Quote – “A Transgender is the Embodiment of a Stranger” – 6/18/2020

“All things understood of a familiar person, or familiar object, is as such. For the familiarity of a person or object, is in relating its likeness to something already similar. We each have flesh, as humans, and such flesh can be wounded so that it is not familiar to us. We are shocked by the open wound, for one reason: it is unfamiliar, and objectively not meant to be. Fear ensues, and in relating the Transgender to the open wound, is even in relation to their philosophies. That, whoever they are ‘within themselves’ must be revealed for the world to notice. How do we accept a Transgender, if we do not accept an open wound?”

– Anonymous