First 'non-binary' American says it was all a sham, veteran victim of PTSD and Trangenderism, put tears in my eye
Here is veteran Jamie Shupe, Army Sgt Fist Class, who suffered PTSD. I can't imagine what PTSD can do to a person. He was the FIRST person to be legally declared a non-binary person. He was, briefly a celebrity and media Darling for the transgender movement. But then after the damage trangenderism did to his mind and body he re-nounced it. Shupe points out the irreversible damage to his body because of taking female hormones, like bone damage, breast damage, psychiatric damage. He relates the problems of surgeries and other complications that go on. Here is a powerful 4-minute video of Jamie Shupe: https://youtu.be/NHKOdwGAvu8 He now says the whole thing is a sham and now is hated by the trans community! But why do I point this stuff out? Creationism is getting blind sided by a culture that embraces lies. It's easy to LOVE and idea that is infeasible. I've been there, and done that! But at some point we have to play the hand we're dealt and deal with reality the way it is, not the way we want it to be! I learned this lesson powerfully through my casino days. You play the hand your dealt, not the hand you WISH you were dealt. Most of the time, a human is either male or female. The exceptions are considered pathological. Pluripotent stem cells in male and female are measurably different as discovered by scientists trying to do stem cell therapy -- that's in addition to the obvious difference in chromosomal structure. But now it may be a property that is the cytoplasm, heck the entire cell! Sure, some of the trans people may have brain issues, but a guy with a brain abnormality does not make him a woman! A person has the right to do to his body as he chooses, but I have a problem if I or anyone has to be forced to LIE LIE LIE and be subject to sustaining someone else's mis-perceptions of themselves. That may not be the compassionate thing to do in the end. Jamie Shupe's body has been permanently damaged because people are running from the truth. I had once been more hopeful creationism could prevail because I had assumed, naively, that people will place a higher priority on truth than their human wishes. The love and promotion of Trangenderism at the cost of forcing people to LIE LIE LIE, and the belief and love of the idea that man and his laws and his government are sufficient to give him utopia and salvation -- this will not end well for creationism or civilization.
Trans and non-binary people shouldn't have to face invasive and dehumanizing screenings to travel. We must do better—and I’ll keep working to ensure that every trans and non-binary American is able to live without fear or discrimination.
"Why is there still a 'divide' between Asian-Americans and Fobs?" Found a post from 2018 that might still be relevant today.
I'm continuing to think about how to unite the Asian American community, and I came across this post from 2018 before Covid and mainstream resurgence of BLM. This OP clearly wants unity for the Asian American community too, and I find myself asking how much of this is still true in 2020. It's easy to call people all sort of names and insults, but I still personally believe Asian Americans will come to realize another truth. The truth about the lies deeply embedded within us through living in America. I won't give up on them just yet, and I hope you won't either. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Why is there still a 'divide' between Asian-Americans and Fobs?
OP:As a 1.5 generation Korean-American who came here when I was 13 (now 25) and get along fairly well with both Korean international students (I guess we can include immigrants as well) or the so-called "fobs" and the ABK's, it frustrates me and angers me that even until this day, they have to get divided like they are two different groups of people when at the end of the day, we're all fucking Asian (Chinese, Korean, Japanese, or whatever the hell you are) and share that one same ethnic blood all together. Like a lot of the fobs will have a certain negative generalized view towards the ABK's and vice-versa. Like can we just not get along? I find it pretty ridiculous TBH.
There are a lot of comments to sort through. A comment I found interesting: Link to comment
Not necessarily Asian Americans since some are also Canadians, but I've had interactions with some Asian American and Asian Canadian friends who downright seem racist towards "FOB"s. They justify saying stereotypical, racist shit against "FOB"s, especially Chinese students, as "facts". And don't see any issues with having very xenophobic views about them. I've heard stuff like "rw FOBs" and "Chinese people have no manners" "Fuck China" "International students are the worst" "They're all selfish assholes with no personalities", etc. One of my Asian Canadian friends, when I confronted him about it and reminded him that I'm native Asian, told me that it's different because I'm "not like them", that I'm "different" and "one of the good ones". Thankfully since then we've managed to have very productive conversations on the matter and how it's problematic. He also admitted that a lot of Asian people in NA doesn't see much issues with being racist against "FOB"s. I think that's a huge issue.The difference between them and my friends' family is only that their family came a few decades/a few years earlier.
This part I find highly relevant with the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes we've been seeing:
I think a lot of people also don't realize that racism and xenophobia towards native Asians/towards "FOB"s will not let them off the hook. Xenophobia towards native Asians, if allowed to go out of control, will affect views towards the local Asian community too. Just like I know how Sinophobia towards Chinese nationals in my country, Sinophobic reports and news towards Chinese nationals, are going to affect racism towards me as a Chinese Indonesian. When people hate Chinese people enough, they're going to at least subconsciously extend that discrimination towards me too. They're going to hate me and look down on me. I think that's something that a lot of Asian diaspora communities all over the world need to see.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bringing this back to 2020: If they haven't yet, I think Asian Americans need to realize that the perpetual foreigner stereotype and model minority myth is still pervasive in the minds of many Americans. These stereotypes are NOT TRUE, but people are using them against Asian Americans still today. Is there a connection between how Asian Americans approach conversations about anti-blackness in the AA community and how much they relate to Asian culture or newer Asian immigrants? To quote the comment above, this statement, "I'm "not like them (fobs)", that I'm "different" and "one of the good ones"." is a very us vs. them mentality which has me wondering if the reason Asian Americans latched on so quickly and talking AT (NOT a two way conversation) Asian communities as their number one responsibility is related to another binary thinking of AsAms good, recent Asian immigrants bad. Maybe even a step further to another binary: American culture good, Asian culture bad. This type of thinking is harmful. It saddens me to see Asians who feel this way, and I know they're saying this from a place of hurt too. I hope they can heal and eventually realize that in the end, no matter if they've been rejected as being "not Asian enough", they don't 100% relate to Asian culture, they feel ostracized for not knowing the language, etc. the ones who will stick up for anti-Asian racism will be other Asians.
So I don't even think that this is even possible but I guess it won't hurt to try to ask for some help. I'm a 24 year old non binary American (assigned female at birth) who has a high school diploma and some college credits. I am on the Autism spectrum, have ADHD, various learning disabilities and struggle with mental health issues like Anxiety and Depression. I went to community college for half a year and then transferred to a for profit art college for a year before dropping out do to difficulties learning (there wasn't much help academically). Since then it has been a struggle to find jobs, even before Covid and I have only ever worked 2 places, one being my family's small business and the other a volunteering position. I basically am very sheltered by my mom and don't have much of a life going for me even before Covid. I only really have 1 good friend who lives in another state who is going away into the military soon. I have been trying to get away from my controlling family for years before Covid but I don't have many choices on where to go. I am also scared of living in America in general and have really wanted to leave since 2016. I just want to live an independent life and find something I am good at that I can do for a job. I also would really like some more help from a country that actually has programs set in place for people like me because here it costs alot of money for my medicine and therapy. There's also a lack of help for "higher functioning" people like me. I have been trying to get on SSDI for a while now and they haven't been helpful at all and I have been denied by other public and private programs. Since I don't have great work experience I think the only 2 options are going to a university or dating someone. I don't feel comfortable trying to befriend someone with the intention of immigration because I don't want to take advantage of them (plus I'm not very good at making friends, especially dating) With the Universities option I am also worried. My scores and grades are just average or below average. I don't have any particularly good skills and am worried about needing academic support/accommodations. I am scared I wouldn't get accepted because of this. I should mention I have a pretty hard time learning other languages because of my learning disabilities (but it won't stop me) so that's why I would like to preferably go countries that commonly speak English as either it's official 1st language or it's 2nd language. So if it's a country where English is a 2nd language I can learn the native language by living there and taking classes. I understand that other places aren't perfect and that this probably won't work out but I just want to try. I would love suggestions and to see if anyone is familiar with similar situations. Thank you!
how do i decode the raw binary data of american megatrends bios?
We have a computer (running linux) that has a hardware watchdog feature installed on it running American Megatrends Bios Version 2.18.1263. 1) We have code on how to enable and refresh this watchdog and it works well. This part works OK. 2) Now the problem that we have is the following: If we refresh the watchdog and the PC has the watchdog function enabled in the BIOS then all is well and the PC works well. However if we refresh the AIO watchdog and the BIOS watchdog feature is disabled, then the PC will have a bad side effect of not being able to power on after a power reset or reboot. Additionally I have no code or ability to detect and avoid this situation by reading the watchdog BIOS setting. Can you provide us code for any platform, preferably Ubuntu/Linux so that we can read the BIOS settings for the watchdog and determine if the BIOS watchdog feature is enabled or disabled. Then we can update the watchdog code to read this value.
CMV: The American political system with it's binary national party system is not recoverable
America suffers from political polarization. All available evidence points to this being the case DESPITE the fact that most Americans are relatively centrist (moderate liberal to moderate conservative). I believe this exists because of the political primary system and "first past the post" elections. A statistically very small group of generally activist voters participates in primaries and chooses the two options the rest of us get to choose from. This is even worse in presidential elections where that small number of voters in a handful of early voting states are the only ones that really matter (no one has won the nomination of either party without strong early state showings even if national polls at that stage of the election showed those candidates as lacking broad support). It seems obvious that eliminating primaries, ranked choice, and runoffs would all help get more moderate candidates Ruth ideas that better align with the people. So why don't we have any of these systems? The political parties themselves benefit from their control of the primary system where the party establishment broadly gets it's preferred candidate in place (Trump being a notable outlier) and even more potently: the ability to ensure party loyalty once elected and to eliminate third party contenders. Those facts aren't going to change, so the system won't change. The two parties will continue to elect partisans not policy makers and partisanship will only get worse. Only possible way out that I see: demographic changes increase Democratic party dominance until the party gets so large and controlling that it fractures internally between moderates and progressives leading to a three party system... But I'm not convinced it will happen, certainly not anytime soon. I would love to get my mind changed by anyone who can demonstrate how the US might actually overcome it's party dominated political system.
1600 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, D.C. It is an undeniable fact, not an opinion, that each and every human being deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, and should be able to safely and happily live their lives without fear or anxiety for who they are and who they choose to love. Despite having made a number of historic changes during the Obama Administration towards empowering America’s LGBTQ community and working to tear down barriers, there is still very much to be done. This is especially so following the tearing down of a lot of the work done under the Obama Administration by the following Trump Administration. Facing discrimination in almost every single aspect of their lives, LGBTQ+ Americans must recieve the support they need from their own country unless discrimination is nothing more than a tragic yet daily part of their lives, and as such President Kennedy will launch a campaign against this epidemic of hate to heal the soul of our nation.
Utilizing his authority as President of the United States, President Kennedy is to primarily nominate judges and federal officials otherwise of the United States who represent America’s minority communities, including those who are LGBTQ+.
The Department of Justice will officially state and affirm that Title VII of the Civil Right’s Act of 1964 which prohibits the discrimination of employees by their employers based on their sex as well applies for discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Under the direction of President Kennedy, ongoing entrepreneurship training programs under the purview of the Department of Labor, Department of Education, and Small Business Administration are to begin focus on assisting transgender and non-binary Americans. Current programs funded by these agencies shall strive to improve their access to training resources and adequate support.
Following intensive lobbying campaigns by the President, the governors of thirty-nine states have announced that their states will launch programs to help transger and non-binary Americans in preparing them for the workforce and to promote entrepreneurship among this community.
The Department of Defense will immediately reverse the ban on transgender Americans from serving in the United States Army, United States Marine Corps, United States Air Force, United States Coast Guard, United States Navy, and the United States Space Force. These transgender servicepeople will be granted the necessary medical treatment and are to be free from all forms of discrimination.
Following rather swift votes in Congress, the Every Child Deserves a Family Act, and the Student Non-Discrimination Act of 2025, have all entered into law following the signature of President Kennedy. These laws make a notable variety of reforms, definitions, and affirmations by the federal government. Under the Every Child Deserves a Family Act, adoption or foster care facilities otherwise that receive federal funding are to be prohibited from using sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status of a potential parent or the same from a child to delay, or deny the placement of a child in foster care, deny the ability of a potential parent to adopt, or require more screenings and burdensome bureaucratic processes. The Department of Health and Human Services shall liaise with these institutions in the provision of legal guidance on procedures, assist with casework paperwork, and will be given the authority to withhold payments to states which refuse to comply with the legislation. As for the Student Non-Discrimination Act of 2025, this act prohibits public school students from being excluded from participating in any federally-assisted education program on the basis of their sexual orientation, or gender identity. As well, it legally recognizes harassment as a form of discrimination.
Through the passage of the Safe Schools Protection Act, states will be directed to mandate their local educational agencies (i.e. public schools, state supported living centers, etc.) to establish policies which strongly prevent and prohibit bullying and harassment on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity. In doing so this amends the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. The Department of Education shall also provide guidance on the rights of transgender students under federal law.
Protecting not only our kids, but our elderly must as well be a priority. The United States Congress has passed the Ruthie and Connie LGBT Elderly Americans Act of 2025 which will officially label LGBTQ+ elders as a federally protected, “vulnerable population”. As well, the National Resource Center on LGBT Aging shall be established.
One of the first pieces of legislation to land on the President’s desk following the inauguration of President Kennedy is the Equality Act, which federally prohibits discrimination based on sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation. These three are to be defined by this act to be a prohibited category for discrimination or segregation. As well, the Equality Act grants authority to the Department of Justice to intervene in equal protection actions in federal court on account of sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity. President Kennedy has directed his cabinet to fully enforce the Equality Act in each and every federal office or department otherwise.
One of the most barbaric ongoing practices in the United States, the mere concept of what is named “conversion therapy” is nothing short of inhumane and an injustice. President Kennedy shall immediately sign into law the Therapeutic Fraud Prevention Act of 2025 which shall immediately prohibit commercial conversion therapy and similar practices in the United States.
All Americans, regardless of who they are or who they choose to kiss must be free from discrimination and harassment of any kind of manner. We are all Americans, we are all humans. President Kennedy will as well make a number of rather symbolic moves, such as lighting the White House with the colors of the pride flag on every June 28th. This is in commemoration of Christopher Street Day. As well, President Kennedy will be making a number of appearances at pride parades throughout the country to walk with them in solidarity.
From options fundamentals to strategies and advanced concepts,.posted on may 26th,.click here to cancel reply.opzioni binarie americane beautiful.ultra trader, iqoption 2flogin.guida facile opzioni binarie ebook trading binario ist.opzioni binarie strategie .convenience store petroleum,.opzioni binarie classiche americane wiki.for affiliation ... Video credit. Note that this works for binary to English, using ASCII, or American Standard Code for Information Interchange.Converting binary to ASCII is just another way of saying we’re going to convert binary to text.. Basic Decimal to Binary. In order to understand the text representation of binary, you need to know the basic binary to decimal conversion. CFTC Headquarters Three Lafayette Centre 1155 21st Street, NW Washington, DC 20581 202.418.5000 Definition of binary adjective in Oxford Advanced American Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms and more. Convert text to binary, decimal to octal, binary to hexadecimal & vice a versa online with BinaryTranslator.com binary converter online for free. Now, it's easy to convert text (ASCII) to binary with our tool. Use & Get.
American Binary Option Pricing: 3 Period Binomial Tree Model
www.investmentlens.com We price an american binary call option in a 3 period binomial tree model. Idea is to show how an option with a particular payoff can be priced in discrete time framework ... Best binary options trading brokers located in usa for usa legal traders 2018 🔴Want to learn how to trade properly go here: http://bit.ly/2R8D01Z Are you loo... IQ OPTION COME FUNZIONANO LE OPZIONI CLASSICHE AMERICANE - Duration: 4:16. Binary Option Europe ... Opzioni binarie, Grafici Professionali - Duration: 25:52. Investire.biz - Investimenti ... In questo video ti mostro come difenderti dai fuffa formatori... Premetto che non sono un formatore, ma se vuoi saperne di più posso consigliarti a chi rivol... Non ultimo, con questo strumento è possibile guadagnare con opzioni binarie e crearsi un doppio reddito. Strategie di Trading per opzioni binarie 60 secondi forex e opzioni americane notizie su Trump