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However, instead of pointing out the obvious truth that biological cues are foundational for sexual and romantic attraction, the author goes to great lengths to convey sympathy for the exclusion of transgenders in the dating field as if it’s merely a social justice issue.This is yet another avenue progressives are using to encourage others to deny biological reality and normalize abnormal behaviors.After thirty seconds she said, “okay” and shrugged. She sipped her wine and continued, “You’re not an axe murderer too, right? “Then I think, we’ll be just fine.” She was trying to let me know that me being trans was not a red flag or deal breaker for her, and apparently I had a lot of wiggle room because axe murderer was her only defined line. So it’s like having a best girlfriend, but as a boyfriend.” She explained with a gleeful tone, as if she had just had the world’s greatest epiphany. I am not the best of both worlds because I lived many years of my life pretending to be someone I wasn’t.On our third date we had gone to a botanical garden. ” I asked, feigning eagerness.“It’s like the best of both worlds! I am not like one of your best girlfriends because I tried to be the woman everyone told me I was for 25 years. Do not date a trans man because you want an all in one package.Neither of her conclusions could be further from the truth.A lack of interest in dating a transgender person has no parallels to interracial dating.Blair explains that she and a colleague asked 1,000 survey participants, “Would you consider as a potential dating partner (check all that apply): The results showed “87.5% of the participants who were asked this very question only checked off the cisgender options and excluded transgender and non-binary individuals from their hypothetical dating pool.” Blair explains how important finding love is to happiness. Then she goes on to say, “If very few people are willing to date trans people, what does this mean for their health and well-being?If trans and non-binary people lack access to one of the most stable sources of social support, this could explain some of the existing health disparities within trans communities.” Instead of analyzing why this might be the case, or what it might say about the transgender movement, Blair immediately assumes trans people are being actively excluded, even discriminated against.
The extrapolations of this study are painfully obvious: The results indicate that biology-affirming people fail to be attracted, sexually or romantically, to people who have chosen to live outside biological norms.If I am a woman, why would I be suddenly attracted to someone who identifies as a woman yet retains many masculine traits? Blair’s refusal to acknowledge these possibilities could actually be damaging to gender-natural and transgender people alike.Blair compares the quest for including transgender people in the broader dating pool to how interracial dating was viewed decades before: Just as sociologists have tracked acceptance of inter-racial relationships as a metric of overall societal acceptance of racial minorities, future fluctuations in the extent to which trans and non-binary individuals are included within the intimate world of dating may help to illuminate progress (or lack thereof) with respect to fully including trans and non-binary individuals within our society.This is a partisan reading of these results, so much so that her conclusions nearly abandon science altogether.Jesse Singal, who wrote a fascinating article in The Atlantic last fall about transgender children (and received significant heat for it), tweeted this observation of the article: Interesting example of what happens when, for ideological reasons, you decide to pretend that biological sex isn't a thing that exists and is pretty deeply baked into who we are.