Saturday, July 18, 2015
Friday, July 17, 2015
Since Sybil was all the rage in 1973 the general populace has been aware of the phenomenon of Multiple Personality Disorder or DID. Whether the phenomenon is so much hoaky horseshit or a real effect of trauma is a matter for a different discussion, but the current Narrative push for Saint Transgender brings it to mind in a couple of similar ways: Is it a genuine effect or an affectation? Should its victims?/sufferers?/practitioners? be described as a subgroup of those effected by or affecting MPD/DID? What are the consequences of encouraging victims/practitioners of what is an obvious break with objective reality?
A quick google search by anyone conversant with a keyboard will yield a plethora of information straight from the horse(tte)'s mouth about the past of many of those experiencing/participating in Transgender phenomena.
I suspect more strongly as time progresses that the public's TransFad is nothing more than the perfect storm of a few attention whores melded with a media wedded to pushing an ever degenerate world view and the common desire of many to be seen as already on to the Next Big Thing after the recent pseudo-normalization of homosexual marriage.
As is often the case, in the Freaks-R-Us proponents' rush and frenzy to push this narrative any potential harm to those being encouraged toward potentially self destructive behavior is ignored in the interest of passing another perfect, shiny, secular milestone and unintended consequences be damned.
Whether or not anyone who is genuinely affected by such a severe mental disorder (or is so fucked up they are driven to portray said disorder) falls victim to the transfad frenzy will never be reported, or investigated because, as we are continually informed, believing oneself to be something one is not is perfectly normal.
Psychosis occurs when a person loses contact with reality. The person may:
- Have false beliefs about what is taking place, or who one is (delusions).
- See or hear things that are not there (hallucinations).