B1544 – Reform of the Gender Recognition Act (2004) Watch

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Just because it's on the NHS website doesn't mean it's FACT.
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Just because it's on the NHS website doesn't mean it's FACT.
Oh sorry, I forgot that some random dude on TSR knows more than health professionals.
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Just because it's on the NHS website doesn't mean it's FACT.
Just because you have a profile doesn't mean you're not a Russian asset here to infiltrate TSR to own the libs.
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Oh sorry, I forgot that some random dude on TSR knows more than health professionals.
I never said I did, here's your passive aggressive nature coming out again.

Just like the Big Bang Theory, 'origins' of homosexuality etc are the opinions of professionals, not FACT.
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I never said I did, here's your passive aggressive nature coming out again.

Just like the Big Bang Theory, 'origins' of homosexuality etc are the opinions of professionals, not FACT.
What does homosexuality have to do with this? We're talking about whether gender dysphoria is a mental illness or a mental condition and according to the NHS, it is a condition, not an illness.

2+2 being 4 is the "opinion" of mathematicians isn't it, in that case?
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I never said I did, here's your passive aggressive nature coming out again.

Just like the Big Bang Theory, 'origins' of homosexuality etc are the opinions of professionals, not FACT.
You're a creationist too? Peak boomer. If you don't believe in germ theory you can always eat ****
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What does homosexuality have to do with this? We're talking about whether gender dysphoria is a mental illness or a mental condition and according to the NHS, it is a condition, not an illness.

2+2 being 4 is the "opinion" of mathematicians isn't it, in that case?
**** me you're being dopey can you not link things?

I said things like homosexuality, the big bang theory are still only theories and just because everywhere has plastered the narratives of these scientists it doesn't mean they are factually correct, just like gender dsyphoria.
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You're a creationist too? Peak boomer. If you don't believe in germ theory you can always eat ****
Lol I'm not a creationist.

But tbh, we can't see germs with our eyes so do they even exist?
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**** me you're being dopey can you not link things?

I said things like homosexuality, the big bang theory are still only theories and just because everywhere has plastered the narratives of these scientists it doesn't mean they are factually correct, just like gender dsyphoria.
2+2 does not equal 4 then. It's just the mathematicians' opinions and I'm perfectly within my rights to think that they're full of rubbish :five:
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Please keep it civil, folks - I'm quite sure we all know how to debate without slinging insults or making things personal
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Christ I've seen more chromosomes in a rubbish bin than in that post.
I'm using your logic. You're saying that just because the NHS say GD isn't an illness doesn't mean it is. Just because mathematicians say 2+2=4 doesn't mean it is.

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Ignore them Soggy - we know they have the big gay.
She has* :rolleyes:
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You'll note that I didn't address anyone in particular, I'm sure :hat2:

Also 'the queers' is perhaps terminology that leaves something to be desired here


Nah it's correct, soz.
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Nah it's correct, soz.
Historically it has (and especially "the queers") has been used as an insult and I'm sure you didn't mean it in a polite way.
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Nah it's correct, soz.
Queer is an umbrella term, I am well aware - assuming it's not used in a derogatory manner - and it's one I use myself.

I was referring to 'the' queers, which is just a very odd phrasing :lol:
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Please keep this civil.
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Now, I'd urge everyone to keep polite and on topic as much as possible - I'm aware this topic is contentious to some people, but that doesn't mean it can't be debated as civilly as the many other bills we discuss
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Historically it has (and especially "the queers") has been used as an insult and I'm sure you didn't mean it in a polite way.
Stop reading into my thoughts please. You don't know how I meant it.
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That's what I'm asking: Are you supporting its classification as a mental disorder?

Because I seemed to be reading that you're trying to convince me this should happen if I think it's a mental illness? Like I said, if it's not a mental illness or a disorder then none of it should be offered on the NHS.

I think you were confusing with my colleagues - I didn't comment on whether I think it is or it is not a mental illness.
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That's what I'm asking: Are you supporting its classification as a mental disorder?
Nay
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That's what I'm asking: Are you supporting its classification as a mental disorder?

Because I seemed to be reading that you're trying to convince me this should happen if I think it's a mental illness? Like I said, if it's not a mental illness or a disorder then none of it should be offered on the NHS.

I think you were confusing with my colleagues - I didn't comment on whether I think it is or it is not a mental illness.
I'm a little confused by this statement - regardless of whether it is a mental illness, it is classified as a medical condition. As a medical condition, why would NHS treatment not be appropriate?
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