Transableism is the next cause de jour that will be crammed down our throats by Leftists

Posted: May 4, 2023 by Jon Fournier in Uncategorized
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For the past few years transgenderism has increasingly become the de facto religion of progressives here in the United States.  Major corporations, the news media, and especially the education industry, are all trumpeting this destructive ideology so incessantly that the number of supposed transgender youth has skyrocketed.

Just this past week a new celebrity cause has exploded on the internet: ‘Transabled’ People Are Now Purposely Blinding, Disfiguring Themselves to Become Disabled – The Political Insider

Transableism is the idea that healthy people “identify” as someone with a disability – with some taking steps to actually disable themselves, like the woman above who purposely blind herself. Because having two working arms, legs, and eyes is so last year. 

How do you treat this condition? By having your perfectly good arms and legs cut off, getting a little snip on your spinal cord, or maybe just destroying your eyesight. 

This transabled ideology is further proof that progressivism is a dangerous mental disorder.

This concept of people believing or desiring to be disabled isn’t new; it was just known under a different name. Formerly called Body Integrity Identity Disorder or BIID, people suffering from this affliction identify as handicapped instead of ‘able-bodied.’ 

These people in the past have either done this by pretending to have an affliction like blindness, would tie back an arm or leg, choosing to move through life in a wheelchair even though they can walk, and in some extreme cases, they resort to self-mutilation.

There are a great many parallels between transgenderism and transableism.

The reality is instances of transabled people, or more accurately put those suffering from BIID, are minuscule, and the cases of surgical mutilations are also rare. But that also used to be the case for transgenderism.

Those who advocate for transabled surgery claim that it is the only relief these people have, that psychiatry won’t work, and that denying them this surgery is cruel. If that has a familiar ring to it, it should.

  1. bob sykes says:

    There was a science fiction short story in the 60’s (or maybe 70’s) based on this idea.