It is true that it is not easy being a woman (don't even talk about being a transsexual) but that's because of people like them who uses their buttocks to think (that's is why they are so 'backwards' in terms of thinking).What the post stated merely shows how bad they treat women and how ignorant they are towards science. They don't even know that transsexuals don't have ovaries.Oh man... the human race has already advanced to eat with cutleries, but they are still eating with their hands. Really shows their brain development.
I agree, I read the article, it lacks fact, educated opinion and just about any shred of common sense. Even my 5 year old son gets the idea that I am trans and what is happening. I'd like to know just what the hell happened in this dimwits life to make him so stupid, was he dropped on his head. Truth be told he probably is trans himself, but he figures that if he slams all of the other trans people them maybe he won't have to face it for himself
Thanks for dropping by again Mikayla. As I read most of the Malay blogs here in Malaysia in regards to trans people, I just do not understand why they have to drag religion into the picture when there is no connection whatsoever between transsexuality, the medical condition, and the things that went on in their book.Perhaps they knew, but they have to justify their bigotry by borrowing from a higher authority, which unfortunately for them still syas NOTHING about trans people.
I find that when it comes to religion, most people are not so much interested in developing their personal relationship with their God as having a weapon to hold themselves above all others. Jesus hated the phrisees for that didn't he, He called them a brood of vipers.
Hello, Ms. Yuki ChoeWhile it's true such hypocrites like that blogger keret mayat exist within religion, I personally think that blogger isn't even a Muslim. He's not aware the way he wrote there is insulting to his own religion when he thinks he's walking along God's path. When he says "Ingat best ke dalam hidup ni bila setiap bulan ada haid?" I feel like slapping him because he has also insulted my mum (in other words, insulting women) Nevertheless, I may not fully understand you, but I do know how it feels when being in your shoes. I sincerely hope you could ignore that article (or anything similar to that). It's not worth the time in our life which is supposed to be filled with love. As a Muslim convert myself, I can only honestly tell you, that blogger's perception is nowhere to be found in Islam's teaching, not even in scripture. He has twisted religion to fit his own belief.
@ MikaylaWhich is why I agree with someone who said; if Christ were to come back tomorrow, the church authorities would crucify him to the cross faster than the Romans did! Some people who profess their religion usually do not really know their God. It shows in their fruits, their character, the heart.@ ChongThanks for your kind words. Actually my concern is that people like "kereta mayat", intentional or not, are hate-mongering against people who he does not understand, like me. It is such mentality that I have to at times face harassment and disturbances; and for some people like me, brutality and violence. There are a lot of insecure and confused people out there. What he is doing feeds to it, and instigates hate on us. :o(
Hello Yuki...i sincerely hope your Islamophobia is based on individual...being a muslim myself, i'd be damned if i'm ever associated with Kereta Mayat and the many more like him out there.i found his writing completely revolting. i was appalled by the way he describes & talks about women. completely disrespectful. and i believe his disagreement to transsexualism are shallow. i'm not even going to pretend to know wht trans ppl go through, and neither am i pretending i know my religion though & through. but the way he says things are as if there is no place for the trans in religion, as if they have no right to call themselves muslims (if they are).people like Kereta Mayat makes me wish i wasnt a malay-muslim
Male, stay being a male..Female, stay being a female..For the transsexuals..Feeling like female is tolerable..But, dressing and having sex like female (homosexual) is unacceptable..
"Male, stay being a male..Female, stay being a female..For the transsexuals..Feeling like female is tolerable..But, dressing and having sex like female (homosexual) is unacceptable.."I wish it were that simple cikguaziz, but it is not.Transsexualism is not about "feeling". It is a medical condition and has its place in the World Health Organization's International Classification of Diseases, 10th revision (ICD-10). And the "feeling" is intolerable, it is intense distress enough to cause transpeople to kill themselves. It is enough for them to risk losing everything, because it is who they really are within.Maleness and femaleness are and will always be undefined except by gender. How would anyone describe their gender? Genitals? There are conditions such as 5-alpha Reductase Deficiency, 17-beta Hydroxysteroid Hydrogenase, which causes almost a complete natural sex change. There is also Androgen Insensitivy Syndrome, where the body mapping is almost 100% naturally female except for the existence of a penis. There are also the Swyer Syndrom (XY woman), Klinefelter Syndrom (XXY), Turner Syndrome (XYY) and so many others.One in 500 to one in 4,500 people will born transsexual, and it is unavoidable. They are in God's hands and there is nothing we can do, but try making the world a better place for them if we can.May I educate you? Homosexuality is a sexual orientation, just like asexuality, bisexuality and heterosexuality. Homosexuals are men who like men. There is no "female" involved. And there is no such thing as having sex like a female. Define what you mean and I will explain further to you.I am a victim of circumstance and environment. I am diagnosed as a classic transsexual female. I can never be a boy, but I will definitely almost be a girl. I do not "dress like a woman". I dress as who I am and what I am comfortable in, like most people in the world. I work hard at an international company. I try to help others as much as I can. I am my dad's daughters and my friend's sister. I have a life. And I am asexual. I do not like sex. I like football though, and look forward for the coming South Africa 2010.I hope you would be open to this. You may think all this is unreal, some kind of fantasy or whatever. But believe me, my pain, hurt, struggle and everything I go through in my life is real. You are a very lucky man not to be born like me. Blessed be to God. And stop judging people like me, whose crime is only being born different with a medical condition.
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