Nonbinary Chic

“Emma Corrin said playing Princess Diana in ‘The Crown’ helped them realize they are nonbinary.”

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  1. posted by Edward TJ Brown on

    Who cares how some celebrity may identify?

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  2. posted by Tom Scharbach on

    Who cares how some celebrity may identify?

    Conservative homosexuals aligned with conservative Christians.

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  3. posted by Agee on

    Tom, do you have an actual response, or do you just engage in insults?
    ETJB, it matters because the “queer” movement is becoming a movement that seems little concerned with the rights of gays and lesbians, and more wrapped up in either transgender issues or the nonsense of gazillions of supposed sexual identities. And, as Stephen asks, what about gay kids, who are now being told by LGBTQ advocates that if they are stereotypically discordant with their biological sex (“effeminate” boys; “masculine” girls), then they are actually trapped in a body with the wrong sex and should transition.

    That should be troubling to you, and to Tom. But hey, snark is easier than confronting actual issues.

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  4. posted by Tom Scharbach on

    Tom, do you have an actual response, or do you just engage in insults?

    “Conservative homosexuals aligned with conservative Christians …” is an actual response.

    Conservative homosexuals are as obsessed with corralling sexuality into “this or that” binaries as conservative Christians are.

    It doesn’t work that way — sexuality is a spectrum, more accurately multiple spectrums in different directions/dimensions, and, to some extent fluid over time.

    Even the primitive research of the late 1940’s and early 1950’s confirmed that the “homosexual/heterosexual” binary was nonsense, and we’ve learned a lot more since then. Any fool could have told Kinsey that from life experience.

    The fact that conservative homosexuals and conservative Christians are determined to think in binaries — still — is striking.

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  5. posted by Agee on

    Even the primitive research of the late 1940’s and early 1950’s confirmed that the “homosexual/heterosexual” binary was nonsense, and we’ve learned a lot more since then. Any fool could have told Kinsey that from life experience.

    Yes, but that’s not what the post was disputing. Stephen states very plainly that the new trendiness, of which he’s critical, is to claim to be nonbinary, which is NOT bisexual and is not about sexual orientation, but is based on defining gender identities based on gender-stereotypical behavior, which is regressive. That’s the whole point of the post.

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