ramsej84 wrote:FCB general wrote:Number of children wanting to become opposite sex doubling each year in Sweden, say doctors [source]
God Bless... do they say if it is more m or f who are more likely to change?
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“There’s a 100 percent increase in numbers each year,” Frisen said.
“There [are] more and more young people, and more children coming at very young ages. The increase is identical on the adult side too,” she added.
The country has six clinics for people seeking gender investigation. The overall increase in the number of people who believe they were born in the wrong body indicates a "greater openness" in Swedish society, Cecilia Dhejne, chief of the gender identity investigation team at the Karolinska University Hospital, said.
Dhejne warned, however, that healthcare resources are already overstretched. “The problem in Sweden is that there is a long queue for people both for initiating an investigation into their gender identity and for the different stages of treatment across the country. It is worrying.”
red fish wrote:Funny thing about all of this is..when a child(10 years old) says that she want to be with a man who is 30 year old as her boyfriend...."it is unacceptable because a child DOESN'T KNOW how to make such decisions". However when we talk about transgenderism, suddenly a child is a expert in making decisions according to the parents ..o_O!!? While logically speaking you could say both of the cases a child is a child and cannot make such decisions. Parents of this age have gone full re-ta-rd, while you never go full re-ta-rd.
JANCKER wrote:Disgrace of a world... not news.
A woman marrying is a woman marrying, but in these days young women of 20 years old have the mentality of a 8 year old girl. So if it was up to me, with my children i would not even allow my 20 year old daughter/son to marry if she/he has still a mentality of a 8 year old kid. Such people will be a burden on their husband/wife and burden to their own children as they are mentally not matured.
Roonzil wrote:I'm still baffled how many people voted for him. He has hardly campaigned at all this "season", his party program was one A4 sized piece of paper, without any explanation of how he was going to achieve his goals, or how much it was going to cost. He is still the only member of his party (others aren't allowed to join, it's a one man party...), and the local divisions have had some pretty damning scandals in the past few years.
Some people must really hate foreigners to still vote for a nutjob like him tbh. (Funny thing: his party gained the most votes in areas that are less likely to have a diverse community).
FCBayernMunchen wrote:Funny how much this topic bothers you
FCBayernMunchen wrote:Your use of "progress" shows that it does bother you
Roonzil wrote:FCBayernMunchen wrote:ramsej84 wrote:[quote="Roonzil"]
GO EU!! F*CK YES!! Pro EU parties won, the smartest thing to do right now. Very glad!!
Glad Wilders and his bad haircut didn't become the biggest party, altho I'm not too fond of the VVD's tendency to **** freelancers over in favour of employers...
We'll see what this'll bring now.
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But he still gained more votes and seats... In no time he will become the biggest party.
I think the Turkish thing helped Rutte a lot , what do you think ?
Not necessarily. The rapid growth trend those parties have seen in recent years might have been reversed by the time the next election comes around.
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FCB general wrote:FCBayernMunchen wrote:Your use of "progress" shows that it does bother you
I learned history and I saw what's the real definition of progress. But this what people talk today for the last 60 years is a pure joke, a fairy tale. You have to really push hard to show progress.
FCBayernMunchen wrote:And what difference at all does this do to your life?
ramsej84 wrote:cause we care for the future generations...
FCBayernMunchen wrote:ramsej84 wrote:cause we care for the future generations...
By hating a whole bunch of people in those generations?
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