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Here I go.... again. Indoctrination to create a new super race of transpeople? Really? Well, I'm here (again) to talk truth about things that should by now be commonly accepted stuff. Vocal people today are saying that Big Government is evil, EXCEPT where people's bodies are concerned - then they think Big Government should be as big and all-powerful as friggin possible! Hmmmm.... Who should get to decide what trans kids can do? Well, their parents first off - and maybe ask adult trans people for another start. They know what trans kids will face, and they can speak honestly about what that path is like. People who have no involvement in these matters should not be consultants, and should not have power over individuals' decisions. Everything else being bantered about is the fear by some that 'normal' people are slowly being replaced by those transformed into abhorrent and deviant types of people. Sound familiar? It sure does to me. So here I go! Again!!!
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13 thoughts on “Saying what needs to be said… yet again.”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars DusteDs Stuff says:

    Fran, I'm a long time subscriber, because:
    You have cool stuff.
    You know cool stuff.
    You tell cool stuff.
    In short, I like your content. I am not a fan of your voice as such, people have the voice they have, and that is _FINE_, when you say cool stuff, I don't care what your voice sounds like.
    If you need to make these videos too, that's fine, we are who we are and must do what we do, I don't care.
    Please continue doing what you want to do, not what others tell you to do.
    I'll be here for the cool electronics stuff 🙂

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars iamnobody2 says:

    as a person particularly interested in voices, i don't feel much about your speaking voice. i do really love your voice on franlab outro song, its super simple but for some reason i have always loved it, one of the best youtube themes of anyone probably.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars cerulean daydream says:

    I was absolutely furious when I saw that part of Maher's show. The channel was just on; I haven't watched him for years because he was saying some really transphobic shit about Caitlyn Jenner (I have no love for her as a person, either, but I digress). His political incorrectness had to adapt along with what was actually considered acceptable, and pretty soon he was taking jabs at "SJWs" along with the right wing. No thanks. That's what being overly privileged and under-empathetic turns you into eventually.

    When he spoke as if that horrid book were factual I seriously considered calling or writing to HBO to demand they stop airing the episode because it spread misinformation. Then I realized that no one there would give a shit about a single phone call. I kind of hoped John Oliver would address this, to be honest, since he's got the same platform, and I'm still thinking about sending a letter to his mailbox. His show is 90% of the reason I have a subscription to HBO anyway.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars good 'un says:

    I automatically hit the "skip ads" button to start this video, without even thinking about it (it's second nature at this point), so quickly that after the ad disappeared it took a couple seconds for my brain to process what I saw for only a second —- an ad that appeared to show a gender-reveal bomb going off, and the big scary-looking Hispanic actor whose name I forget but who usually gets typecast into playing a gang member or cartel killer. Are the algorithms merely being associative, or attempting to be humorous?

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Michael French says:

    How about we just stop saying it? Ignore the idiots block them. Ignorance is everywhere in the world. It doesn't matter how many videos you make. Why waste your energy trying to convert people and change the opinion of those who are never going to have their opinions changed? You're better off expending that product that energy on a project that you enjoy

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Fallyn says:

    i believe the USA is firstly seriously hampered by a wreck of a healthcare system. that means that affirmative care for trans people sadly makes the most sense. Sadly, because that means that getting any assesment horridly expensive and likely uninsured. But affirming, instead of observing can lead to bad choices. also the entire spectacle around self id kinda ruined our image as trans people i feel. i haven't seen many of these issues here until very recently for the Netherlands never offered affirmative trans healthcare and has a very low regret rate and very affordable care. But what in the end saddens me is that the so called liberals don't hold back on identifying us not as individuals but as a collective with collective guilt and collective thinking. this would harm anyone but singles us out as succeptible to political whims of the time we're alive in which feels so vulnerable. But dear Fran, you being trans is the least interesting think about you to me and i think you're one of the most wholesome youtubers on the platform. stay true, stay strong <3

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars lohphat says:

    The same lack of logic plagues these geniuses when discussing gun control too.

    The 2nd Amendment was to enable able-bodied men to DEFEND the nascent country before it had an organized military — thus the "militia" reference.

    But the ammosexuals claim to need all their guns to protect them from "Big Government". Yes — the same one they claim to "love" by waving flags and crosses at every opportunity and bleat "Support Our Troops!" in public to demonstrate their fealty.

    So what they're declaring is their need for guns to commit SEDITION when they feel "oppressed"…which is code for "we lost the election", except when dictating what a woman can or cannot do with her body.

    These people are literally crazy.

    Thought and Prayers[tm] my ass.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Shaggy Dogg says:

    As a parent, I honestly don’t know how I’d feel about a child with confit about gender. Luckily I never had to go through this. Giving kids puberty blockers? Idk. Life for adolescent is hard enough. I do feel for those kids. Love is the answer ultimately. Peace.

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars oded einat says:

    a whole video about annoying voice and stuff (which I, BTW don't get, it is relaxing for me,), but not a single word about that shirt which almost caused my first epileptic seizure 🙂
    and seriously – you're POV is inspiring. this is really important for many people to understand.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Keri Szafir says:

    You're a role model to me – something clicked when I first discovered you in late 2000s. Only that I saw myself as androgynous back then, even considered some cosmetic or non-surgical medical procedures but didn't feel I'd be qualified for the latter as the discourse was way more of that "true trans" gatekeeping thing and I saw no way for me to transition.

    Fast forward thirteen years or so and I'm two years on estrogen now. Oh my, it was one of the better decisions I made in my 36 year long life.

    Oh, and got to state the obvious:
    ANY disrespectful (transphobic etc.) comments WILL be deleted. Different opinion is okay – bashing, shaming, insults etc. are NOT.

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars fluffy says:

    I find your voice neither soothing nor annoying. I wouldn't want you to do an extended voiceover on a meditation video or anything but that's also not why I come here.

    I definitely wouldn't have chosen to be trans and there are reasons it took me until my 30s to even consider transitioning. Now I have a split feeling on it, like part of me wishes I'd done it much sooner, and part of me wonders if it was a mistake. But I definitely have no regrets for having done it.

    When I first came out to my parents for the first time (it took… a few tries before it stuck, and they still have trouble with it) they told me I was choosing a difficult path. It sure as hell wasn't a choice.

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Crobisaur says:

    Growing up with those gender feels but being unable to talk about them or research about them in a Catholic family it was access to the internet that enabled me to do my own research and truly understand my feelings and identity. Online communities even offered me knowledge and skills to hide myself and mask up until I could escape the dependencies of a bigoted family & community. Sadly my hiding didn't end until the end of my 20s and now I wish I had the programs and resources today as we had even 10-15 years ago.

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kendra Akin says:

    I was 10 when I saw Christine Jorgensen in a newscast returning to the states, I knew that it was possible – sort of. No way for a kid to jump on an airplane and go someplace. And nowhere to find information when you dare not trust anyone, an aspie issue.

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