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Gender Dysphoric The Flower of Individuality 
The year 2020. At this time humans live in an unforgivably politically correct time. This is an era in which the offence-taking mob regularly slams comedians for telling off-colour jokes, or anything too close to the bone about religion or the gay community, or at anyone in fact who transgresses their moral code on anything from same-sex marriage to respecting Islam. A phobia, we should always remind ourselves, is a mental malaise, a disturbance of the mind. It's easy to depict your opponents essentially as mentally diseased. 
 
And yet for all that, wouldn't you feel it would be a risky business to utter the opinion: ‘There are men and women and that’s all.’ Well, that has now happened. It is now looked upon as hateful, sinful and phobic, if you do not fit into what's considered 'normal', humankind is divided only into two sexes, and they are distinctive, and one cannot become the other. 
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The sad story of 
Herculine Barbin,  
November 8, 1838, February 1868 
Herculine was a French intersex person who was assigned female at birth and raised in a convent, but was later reclassified as male by a court of law, after an affair and physical examination. 
 
In February 1868, the concierge of Barbin's house in rue de l'École-de-Médecine found her dead in her home. She had died by suicide by inhaling gas from her coal gas stove. 
Herculine Barbin's 
memoirs were found beside her bed, 
a poem she wrote; 
“You are to be pitied more than I, perhaps. 
I soar above all your innumerable miseries, partaking of the nature of the angels; for, as you have said, my place is not in your narrow sphere. 
You have the Earth, I have boundless space. 
Enchained here below by the thousand bonds of your gross, 
material senses, your spirits cannot plunge into that limpid ocean of the infinite, where, lost for a day upon your arid shores, my soul drinks deep.” 
According to her account, she had a crush on an aristocratic female friend in school. 
 
She regarded herself as unattractive but sometimes slipped into her friend's room at night and was sometimes punished for that. However, her studies were successful and in 1856, at the age of seventeen she was sent to Le Chateau to study to become a teacher. There she fell in love with one of the teachers. 
 
Although Barbin was in puberty, she had not begun to menstruate and remained flat chested. The hairs on her upper lip and cheeks were noticeable. 
 
In 1857 Barbin received a position as an assistant teacher in a girls' school. She fell in love with another teacher, Sara. 
 
Her ministrations turned into caresses and they became lovers. Eventually rumours about their affair began to circulate. 
 
Barbin, began to suffer excruciating pains. When a doctor examined her, he was shocked and asked that she should be sent away from the school, but she stayed. 
 
Eventually, the devoutly Catholic Barbin confessed to Jean-François-Anne Landriot, the Bishop of La Rochelle. She asked him permission to break the confessional silence in order to send for a doctor to examine her. When Dr. Chesnet did so in 1860, he discovered that even if Barbin had a small vagina, she had a masculine body type, a very small penis, and testicles inside her body. In 20th-century medical terms, she had "male pseudohermaphroditism". 
 
A later legal decision declared officially that Barbin was male. She left her lover and her job, changed her name to Abel Barbin and was briefly mentioned in the press. She moved to Paris where she lived in poverty and wrote her memoirs, reputedly as a part of therapy. 
 
 
In the memoirs, Barbin would use female pronouns when writing about her life prior to sexual re-designation and male pronouns, including Alexina and Camille, following the declaration. Nevertheless, she clearly regarded herself as punished, and "disinherited", subject to a "ridiculous inquisition". 
 
In his commentary to Barbin's memoirs, Michel Foucault presented Barbin as an example of the "happy limbo of a non-identity", but whose masculinity marked her from her contemporaries. Morgan Holmes states that Barbin's own writings showed that she saw herself as an "exceptional female", but female nonetheless. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Like many people, most of whom understandably may not express their views, however nonetheless are guided by the masses, moreover, is it right to tell the younger generation they were born in the wrong body? It is indeed worrying that growing numbers of young people are being told they are gender dysphoric and in some cases are being offered therapeutic and even medical intervention to stop them from proceeding in ‘the wrong gender’. 
Some trans kids are being given puberty-blocking drugs that prevent them from developing normally. Young girls who are convinced they are boys are binding their breasts. Boys who might simply be exhibiting gay-like behaviour are increasingly likely to be told that maybe they are really girls and should perhaps have some kind of intervention. What happened to the old cry, ‘Gay is okay’? 
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Male and Female 
in the year 2070 
By 2070 biological humans evolve into astrophysical entities whereupon procreation becomes a thing of the past, all new life is created in smart environments by Citex A.I. this includes astrophysical biological life for The Other World and advanced Plasma life for the Stasis Civialisation. 
 
There really is no need anymore for male or female, however individuals possess the ability to manifest the image they wish to portray. 
 
So much emphasis was placed on ‘gender’ in past years, and it was frowned upon to change your gender. The saying was, 'you are what you are', and with a rapid growing technology by 2070 gender becomes undetectable, and gender issues become a thing of the past. 
 
In earlier years surgeons only possessed crude methods of changing ones gender, and without being able to wave a magic wand it was impossible to alter every subtle facial and body feature that was required. This is no longer an issue in ‘The Other World’, where no male or female actually exist, all people are known as, ‘one’, where individuals can take on an image that best suits their individual personality and character. 
 
New evolved humans of the future use plasma technology, this gives astrophysical humans the ability to shape shift, so individuals really can be whoever they wish to be according to one's mood. 
 
It is perfectly natural, good, in fact, that some people have deep reservations about this strange new crisis of gender, this trend for diagnosing wrong-body syndrome among people who might just be confused about their sexuality or worried about puberty or unhappy in some other way. 
 
A man should be able to become a woman, but this they need to decide when they become adult, there's been too many cases where sex changes have become an anticlimax and often it's too late to reverse the process. 
 
The World is intolerant towards anyone who is different in this way, many would call you a bigot. And yet bigotry means something quite specific. In the words of the Oxford English Dictionary, bigotry is ‘intolerance towards those who hold different opinions from oneself’. Surely there is no right or wrong, a belief is a concept within the mind, these view points are interpreted differently according to how one sees their individual World around them. 
 
It's a cliche that a male should describe himself as being a female but trapped in a mans body, in mind this person is female, therefore should accept their body as being female, after all it is them, and everyone should love their own body and be happy with it, one might feel the need to intensify their femininity to a level they feel comfortable with. 
 
Unfortunately we live in an unforgiving World where image is everything, and if you look different it's not always tolerated, one has to portray the right image of a man or a woman to walk freely and to be accepted by society, if you don't visually look right, more often than not you'll not fit in. At best you could be laughed at and ridiculed and at worst you could even be physically assaulted. 
Shape Shifting of the future to portray the image which best suits your mood. 
Klinefelter Syndrome 
Most men inherit a single X chromosome from their mother, and a single Y chromosome from their father. Men with Klinefelter syndrome inherit an extra X chromosome from either father or mother; their karyotype is 47 XXY. Klinefelter is quite common, occurring in 1/500 to 1/1,000 male births. 
 
The testes are small (about half typical size) and quite firm. After puberty, the ejaculate contains no sperm. Other effects of Klinefelter are quite variable. Boys with Klinefelter are usually born with male genitals that look like other boys. But at puberty, they may not virilize very strongly, they may not develop much body hair, or they may experience breast development. If the boy wishes to virilize, testosterone (either through injections or via patches) can help him to do so. 
 
Although most boys with Klinefelter Syndrome grow up to live as men, some do develop a typical gender identity, and some do develop female gender identities. 
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