What's the deal with Super-straight? Warning: Controversial

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  1. Trigger Warning: do not read if you are easily offended or terrified of controversial opinions. You have been warned!
    All I know about super-straight is that it started on Tik Tok, (a terrible app that my younger sister talks about constantly.) But I think it's a meme used to mock SJWs who make up new sexualities such as attraction to bees or whatever and then claim all sexualities are valid but to get them to freak out and rage to reveal they are hypocritical. I also think the guy who made it also makes a valid point. In the video he states men who don't won't date transgenders shouldn't be vilified which I agree with completely. Nobody owes you anything Just because you are a homosexual who decided to get plastic surgery and breast implants. I have a condition called Asperger's Syndrome and I don't walk up to women yelling "Date me or else you hate people with Asperger's Syndrome." Nor do I think women who don't date autistic men necessarily hate them those women are just as entitled to not date autistic men as I am entitled to not date anyone who I don't think is worthy of my time. So I don't think transgenders should get mad when people choose not to date them. I also would not date transgenders either it's just not my preference. There's also a double standard when it comes to women and bi-sexual men women get to say "I won't date bi-sexual men." But when I say I won't date bi-sexual women I'm somehow evil and bi-phobic. So if I'm evil for not wanting to date transgenders or Bi-sexual women I guess I'm also evil for not wanting to date Jewish women, Atheist women, or Muslim women because I'm interested in Roman-Catholicism and I don't really want to date outside of my faith Oh and while we're at it, I guess I'm also evil for not wanting to date pornstars either. So yeah, feel free to to tell me what you think or shred me apart in the comments.
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  2. wack shit, makes no sense
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  3. Anti-Hero

    Anti-Hero Fapstronaut

    I wouldn't say it's very controversial. The majority of the population is superstraight, even if not everyone would call it that.
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  4. BugsBunny555

    BugsBunny555 Fapstronaut

    In a sense it is to mock SJWs even though that term is soooooo 2016

    But in all seriousness, I see it as a way to critique the founder of modern sexuality. Alfred Kinsey, I'm not going to go into detail on this guy because he's a twisted, sick, degenerate. Google him for more.

    But he placed sexuality on a spectrum, I.E you can be 80% straight and 20% gay, which is completely false and has been proven wrong by his successors. Yet we are still taught these ideas in our Health and Science class, at least in America.

    From what I've researched I wouldn't let this guy around my kids, yet he was allowed to write biology books for school children.

    I'm superstraight btw.
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  5. I googled him, Zoophile what a sick degenerate. If I ever have kids I will keep them out of sex-ed and just give them "the talk" when they are 14.
  6. just a correction, it actually started on 4chan
    there are 0 people who say that attraction to bees is valid and are also part og the LGBTQ community
    plus SS isn't a sexuality by definition
    is there anyone forcing cis people to date trans people? spoiler alert: there isn't
    further shows that it's a preference, not a sexuality
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  7. AtomicTango

    AtomicTango Fapstronaut

    Anything that makes libtards angry gets my unconditional support.

  8. BugsBunny555

    BugsBunny555 Fapstronaut

    At the end of the day I have no political stance. Just dont like libs
  9. AtomicTango

    AtomicTango Fapstronaut

    My political stance is whatever will annoy the most people in the moment.
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  10. that image gives me insatiable lust
  11. AtomicTango

    AtomicTango Fapstronaut

    Be careful not to relapse.
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    AtomicTango Fapstronaut

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  14. based
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  16. gordie

    gordie Fapstronaut

    The term came around because if trans women are women in verbiage, being straight has almost no value as a term to describe sexual identity.

    There's a problem in philosophy called the Ship of Theseus that relates to identity; this isn't a problem in science, because the issue is in categorization and not in a confusion of biology. So the idea that "trans" has been proven is really that the person believes the proper category for trans women is women. The argument is taking place in a war of words, not science, because science does not support the idea of a gendered body, but instead a sexual one.

    I recently read an article that "brains are not sexed, just like there is no female or male heart." Scientifically speaking, you can hold things like DNA ceterus parabis and indeed the heart and brain are quite "sexed"-- that is, to say, there is a male and female heart. A male counterpart with nearly identical DNA to a female counterpart will have variations to his organ; moreso than to a male counterpart with near identical DNA. The body conforms quite closely to our words of male and female, and just because something doesn't fit the mold doesn't mean the category doesn't exist. On a sub-atomic level, no two stalks of wheat are identical (or even in form, usually). But ancient farmers didn't say "I don't know how to grow wheat, because what you call wheat actually has 10,000,000,000 variations per stalk and therefore I don't know what wheat is, and therefore I don't know how to grow it!"

    To bring this back to earth, if straight means to also include dating "women" who have penises and a prostate, being straight means a lot less than it meant even 8 years ago. Neither does any other word that conforms to XY/ XX chromosomes. And then you get statements that don't even compute anymore, like a bad line of code, like if a grown man were to ask what sexual orientation he should pursue to produce a family (it wouldn't be "straight," because trans women can't reproduce with biological males).

    Down to its core, it's just playing with languages in a nihilistic sense predicated on the false notion that if words can't perfectly describe the thing they are an analogue for, they can be bent to mean the opposite. But this is a worldview that is almost completely unsustainable.

    Edit: the Ship of Theseus is an ancient ship where each part is replaced on the ship as it travels, and eventually it comes to a port having 100% of its parts replaced. Is it still the same ship, or at what point did it acquire enough parts to become a different ship?
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  17. Keep in mind he is the 'expert' and founder of the modern sexuality movement.
    Consistently all these men -Freud, Kinsey, etc were sociopathic and cruel towards people in their personal lives - I don't think that's an 'accident' it's reflection of the twisted ideology they (successfully unfortunately) largely mainstreamed into society and the educational system.

    Hallmark of the modern 'progressives' is their utter lack of any sense of humor. They rightfully see humor as very dangerous and immediately label it 'hate'.
  18. AtomicTango

    AtomicTango Fapstronaut

    I'm really starting to think you're Barclay from that one episode where he becomes a super genius.

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  19. noone has ever had this conversation

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