UrBaN wrote:So if, in my opinion, the idea of a man changing his body into that of a females, so that he/she/they/them/it can then engage in a homo/hetero/uni-sexual relation with another person of questionable sexuality/gender is objectionable, I should hold my tongue so as to not offend said being?
Sorry, but no.
It's a matter of free speech/personal opinion/me being an @55hole, but seriously, the idea of meeting a person at a club and not knowing what gender/sexuality that person is is just horrible. Why can't you simply be who you are, instead of trying to be something you never will?
"Hi, I'm George, but my friends call me Susan"!?!?!?!?!
Freedom of speech does not mean you can insult someone becuase of who they are or what they believe. And no, I'm not exactly politically correct myself but i don't feel like going there. If you don't like the person, you don't have to interact with them.
Really, if you don't like someone, there are 6.5 billion people in the world, so get to know someone else instead.
Look, i feel that men and women were intended for each other, but I have friends who are gay or Bi or Lesbian. its their own business, not mine. And frankly so long as they don't weird me out, I'll continue being friends with them.