Why Trans Agenda Violates The Rights of Others

15 Aug


I live in the United States so the social behavior I am writing about may not be the same for all readers.

I am an atheist. I am allowed to be one. I don’t have to follow any religion or be attacked by people for not following their beliefs. I have no right to go into any place of worship and disrupt their services. There are religious people who go out in public and scream at people for not following that group’s interpretation of their religion but they are mostly seen as pests.  If two religious groups want to rumble in the street, eventually the forces of the secular government are going to break them up because that sort of thing gets in the way of other people wanting to go places, buy things and make money.

This mostly works well.  Yes, there are politicians trying to vote their religious…

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