by robert cinque
All ideologies are social constructs. They are ideas, linguistic structures that convey meaning. They are theories, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.
Biology is not a social construct because it precedes all constructs. Social Constructs come AFTER biology and are therefore secondary to what we observe in Nature.
Science is the study of reality. It uses observation, hypothesis and experimentation to determine what is true and provable.
Transgenderism is an hypothesis that seeks to explain the experience of feeling like I am in the wrong body. My sexual identity and my body don’t match. The theory is that I was born into the wrong body and need surgery and puberty blockers to become my true self.
Is there a test we can perform that would prove or disprove this theory? Is there a brain scan that can identify one’s sexual orientation? Is there a way we can prove that we are in the wrong body without using circular reasoning? “I am in the wrong body” is a theory with no evidence. “I am in the wrong body” is an attempt to explain one’s experience of gender dysphoria but it fails because it’s just another idea, another social construct. It uses the theory as if it is a fact. How do I know that there are invisible faeries in my garden? Because I can’t see them! How do I know I am in the wrong body? Because my theory said so!
My theory is that sincere, honest, decent, good hearted people become gender dysphoric for very different reasons that have nothing to do with being “born into the wrong body”.
It has to do with moral virtue in the face of a decadent and depraved state of humanity. Young girls who notice that boys see only their breasts are revolted and flee into the arms of anyone, females included, who can see them in a more complete and dignified way. Young boys who see adult men behaving like bullies and cowards are revolted and flee into the arms of anyone, males included, who are truly masculine, protective and supportive of others.
Any child who witnesses the primitive, barbaric and degraded state of adults in this modern world is in a serious state of shock and trauma. He and she have every right to be horrified and, if they want to take their gender dysphoria really seriously, then the Excavator is needed.
The Excavator is an Enquiry into the Nature of Myself.
Am I born? Do I die? Am I identical to this body and mind? Am I inside it?
Or, Is it inside me?
What is me? Who am I?
You can’t get to the bottom of gender dysphoria without asking and answering these questions.
My personal opinion is that Gender Dysphoria is not the result of being in the wrong body. It is the result of spiritual revulsion, the disgust at the horror of what passes for adulthood in our society. What child would want to have anything to do with the sub-human mob of hungry ghosts who have only one redeeming feature: they show our kids how not to be.
The problem for the kids is that they can’t find anything greater than the undeveloped and un-heroic pipsqueaks who rule over them. Their sexual power overflows the tiny banks of the river society has provided them and floods the town with all kinds of bizarre and cartoonish ideas. People are now identifying as animals and as different races. The unproven theory of “being in the wrong body” has spawned many speculations and adventures into what it means to be a human being.
I believe that anyone who is feeling gender dysphoric would do well to really investigate it on a much deeper level than pop theories that they heard from the hungry ghosts. They are these same ones who told us that all diseases are caused by viruses and killer microbes and we need their vaccines to save us.
Gender dysphoria is a much deeper phenomena than what the Transgenderites are saying it is. I believe gender dysphoria is a spiritual indictment of adult men and women who have betrayed themselves and have become monstrous caricatures of what men and women can be when we are aligned with our deepest and truest nature.
I also believe that gender dysphoria is a battle worth fighting. If the goal is to be a self actualized, competent, spiritually, emotionally and sexually mature adult, then deciding who and what I am and what I’m going to do about it, is essential.
This Enquiry, when completed, will obliterate all ideologies, not just Transgenderism. The blistering Light of What is True blows all theories to smithereens and only What is Real remains.