I remember back in middle school, when we were forced to go through our diversity/sensitivity classes, we were told “race doesn’t matter.” Now, in 2014, it’s “race is the most important thing in the world and saying you don’t care about race means you’re racist.” “Not judging someone based on their skin color” is now “erasing someone’s identity.” “Be colorblind” is “supporting oppression.”

Anonymous asked:

What's your opinion on people who identified as a different gender than what they were born as?

I don’t agree with it. I think it’s wrong, and that the person should seek help, but at the same time it’s none of my business.

I’m not going to advocate for any laws against it.