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"400 HUMAN GENDERS ...and COUNTING!!!!!"

Updated: Jun 6, 2022

Gender Madness - A War on Sexual Identity.

If you are looking for a sure-fire way to destroy a culture, we seem to have found the perfect solution. They have declared war on just about everything: reality, biology, gender, language, reason, logic and common sense.

Everywhere we turn we find their destructive agenda being unleashed on hapless populations throughout the West. What the dictators could not accomplish with tanks and bombs, the cultural dictators are accomplishing with politically correct madness.

"...So, just how many new genders are there? According to a recent count on the website Tumblr, which is the home of the online feminist, there are over 400 gender options now to choose from. From the more popular ‘genderqueer’ and ‘genderfluid’, to far more obscure options, all are to be accepted without question, unless one wishes to be called ‘transphobic’ or ‘transmisogynist’. These options aren’t mutually exclusive either, so one can choose to identify with more than one of these new ‘genders’."

And it is frightening to behold. I have reported on dozens of examples of this over the past few years, including their diabolical war on language. It has gotten so out of hand that simply calling someone by the “wrong pronoun” is now almost a capital offence. Consider just two more recent cases of this lunacy.

In the UK we have Oxford University telling its students to refer to each other with “gender neutral pronouns” such as “ze,” instead of he or she, so that no one gets “offended”. Poor little buttercups. We sure don’t want to hurt their precious feelings now do we?

A few generations ago young men and women were sacrificing everything, dying on fields of battle to protect our freedoms. But in todays world we are seeking to deconstruct reality so that feelings do not get upset.

So we have gotten to the place where gender is now something completely of our own choosing. If I choose to self-identify as a female, black, three-legged alpaca, well, that is who I am, and no one can tell me otherwise. And you better embrace me for who I am, or I will send the gender bender thought police after you.

This gender craziness simply keeps getting worse by the day. As a recent piece from Christian Voice put it: So, just how many new genders are there? According to a recent count on the website Tumblr, which is the home of the online feminist, there are over 400 gender options now to choose from. From the more popular ‘genderqueer’ and ‘genderfluid’, to far more obscure options, all are to be accepted without question, unless one wishes to be called ‘transphobic’ or ‘transmisogynist’. These options aren’t mutually exclusive either, so one can choose to identify with more than one of these new ‘genders’.

Here is a small apparently list:

  1. Agender: A person who does not identify themselves with or experience any gender. Agender people are also called null-gender, genderless, gendervoid, or neutral gender.

  2. Abimegender: Associated with being profound, deep, and infinite. The term abimegender may be used alone or in combination with other genders.

  3. Adamas gender: A gender that is indefinable or indomitable. People identifying with this gender refuse to be categorized in any particular gender identity.

  4. Aerogender: Also called evaisgender, this gender identity changes according to one’s surroundings.

  5. Aesthetigender: Also called aesthetgender, it is a type of gender identity derived from aesthetics.

  6. Affectugender: This is based on the person’s mood swings or fluctuations.

  7. Agenderflux: A person with this gender identity is mostly agender with brief shifts of belonging to other gender types.

  8. Alexigender: The person has a fluid gender identity between more than one type of gender although they cannot name the genders they feel fluid in.

  9. Aliusgender: This gender identity stands apart from existing social gender constructs. It means having a strong specific gender identity that is neither male nor female.

  10. Amaregender: Having a gender identity that changes depending on the person one is emotionally attached to.

  11. Ambigender: Having two specific gender identities simultaneously without any fluidity or fluctuations.

  12. Ambonec: The person identifies themselves as both man and woman and yet does not belong to either.

  13. Amicagender: A gender-fluid identity where a person changes their gender depending on the friends they have.

  14. Androgyne: A person feels a combination of feminine and masculine genders.

  15. Anesigender: The person feels close to a specific type of gender despite being more comfortable in closely identifying themselves with another gender.

  16. Angenital: The person desires to be without any primary sexual characteristics although they do not identify themselves as genderless.

  17. Anogender: The gender identity fades in and out in intensity but always comes back to the same gendered feeling.

  18. Anongender: The person has a gender identity but does not label it or would prefer to not have a label.

  19. Antegender: A protean gender that can be anything but is formless and motionless.

  20. Anxiegender: This gender identity has anxiety as its prominent characteristic.

  21. Apagender: The person has apathy or a lack of feelings toward one's gender identity.

  22. Apconsugender: It means knowing what are not the characteristics of gender but not knowing what are its characteristics. Thus, a person hides its primary characteristics from the individual.

  23. Astergender: The person has a bright and celestial gender identity.

  24. Astral gender: Having a gender identity that feels to be related to space.

  25. Autigender: Having a gender identity that feels to be closely related to being autistic.

  26. Autogender: Having a gender experience that is deeply connected and personal to oneself.

  27. Axigender: A gender identity that is between the two extremes of agender and any other type of gender. Both the genders are experienced one at a time without any overlapping. The two genders are described as on the opposite ends of an axis.

  28. Bigender: Having two gender identities at the same or different times.

  29. Biogender: Having a gender that is closely related to nature.

  30. Blurgender: Also called gender fuss, blurgender means having more than one gender identities that blur into each other so that no particular type of gender identity is clear.

  31. Boyflux: The person identifies themselves as male, but they experience varying degrees of male identity. This may range from feeling agender to completely male.

  32. Burstgender: Frequent bursts of intense feelings quickly move to the initial calm stage.

  33. Caelgender: This gender identity shares the qualities or aesthetics of outer space.

  34. Cassgender: It is associated with the feelings of considering the gender irrelevant or unimportant.

  35. Cassflux: There is a fluctuating intensity of irrelevance toward gender.

  36. Cavusgender: The person feels close to one gender when depressed and to another when not depressed.

  37. Cendgender: The gender identity changes from one gender to its opposite.

  38. Ceterogender: It is a nonbinary gender where the person has a specific masculine, feminine or neutral feelings.

  39. Ceterofluid: Although the person is a ceterogender, their identity keeps fluctuating between different genders.

  40. Cisgender: Being closely related to the gender assigned at birth during the entire life.

  41. Cloudgender: The person’s gender cannot be comprehended or understood due to depersonalization and derealization disorder.

  42. Collgender: Various genders are present at the same time in the individual.

  43. Colorgender: In this category, colors are used to describe gender, for example, pink gender or black gender.

  44. Commogender: The person knows that they are not cisgender yet continues to identify as one for a while.

  45. Condigender: The person feels their gender only under specific circumstances.

  46. Deliciagender: Associated with the feeling of having multiple genders but preferring one over the other.

  47. Demifluid: Having multiple genders, some fluid while others are static.

  48. Demiflux: A combination of multiple genders with some genders static, whereas others fluctuating in intensity.

  49. Demigender: The individual has partial traits of one gender and the rest of the other gender.

  50. Domgender: The individual has multiple genders with one dominating over the rest.

  51. Duragender: Having more than one gender with one lasting longer than the others.

  52. Egogender: It is a personal type of gender identified by the individual alone. It is based on the person’s experience within the self.

  53. Epicene: It is associated with a strong feeling of not being able to relate to any of the two genders of the binary gender or both of the binary gender characteristics.

  54. Esspigender: The individual relates their gender identity with spirits.

  55. Exgender: The denial to identify with any gender on the gender spectrum.

  56. Existigender: The person’s gender identity exists only when they make conscious efforts to realize it.

  57. Femfluid: The person is fluid or fluctuating regarding the feminine genders.

  58. Femgender: A nonbinary gender identity that is feminine.

  59. Fluidflux: It means to be fluid between two or more genders with a fluctuation in the intensity of those genders.

  60. Gemigender: The person has two genders that are opposite yet they flux and work together.

  61. Genderblank: It is closely related to a blank space.

  62. Genderflow: The gender identity is fluid between infinite feelings.

  63. Genderfluid: The person does not consistently adhere to one fixed gender and may have many genders.

  64. Genderfuzz: More than one gender is blurred together.

  65. Genderflux: The gender fluctuates in intensity.

  66. Genderpuck: The person resists to fit in societal norms concerning genders.

  67. Genderqueer: The individual blurs the preconceived boundaries of gender in relation to the gender binary or having just one gender type.

  68. Gender witched: The person is inclined toward the notion of having one gender but does not know which.

  69. Girlflux: The individual identifies themselves as a female but with varying intensities of female identities.

  70. Healgender: A gender identity that gives the person peace, calm, and positivity.

  71. Mirrorgender: Changing one's gender type based on the people surrounding.

  72. Omnigender: Having or experiencing all genders.

Now we are told to stop calling spouses ‘husband’ and ‘wife’. Yes you read that right. As one newspaper report states:

Victorian government workers are being discouraged from using “heteronormative” terms such as “husband” and “wife” in a new guide to communicating with the LGBTI community. Instead, the workers are being schooled in adopting gender-neutral pronouns “zie” and “hir”. The Inclusive Language Guide, which has been designed for use across the public sector, also warns against derogatory terms, such as “dyke” and “fag”, as well as “offensive questions”, including asking a transgender person whether or not they have had surgery. In his introduction to the guide, Victorian Equality Minister Martin Foley says the government’s responsibility is to keep people safe, including the LGBTI community. “The guide is one of the ways in which we are addressing and eradicating homophobia, biphobia and transphobia,” he says. Ro Allen, the state’s first gender and sexuality commissioner, encourages businesses also to use of the guide, saying that equipping people with correct language will “promote safer spaces” for LGBTI Victorians.

Dan and his Labor buddies obviously have far too much free time on their hands since they keep coming up with all this utter lunacy. Every anti-Christian, anti-family, and anti-life agenda item you can imagine seems to have been put forward by this hyper-liberal government.

Thankfully not everyone thought this latest fashion was a great idea. For example, Opposition spokesman Tim Smith said this:

People should be respectful to everyone regardless of gender, religion, ethnicity, sexuality and appearance, but once again Daniel Andrews is dividing people with his over the top ideological nonsense. Victorians are being swamped by a violent crime wave and skyrocketing electricity bills but Daniel Andrews is focused on people using heteronormative terms such as ‘husband’ and ‘wife’. This isn’t just creating unnecessary division it’s also a frightening waste of taxpayers’ money when respect and common sense is what’s needed.

Jeremy Sammut of the Centre for Independent Studies was also not very impressed: “It’s a totalitarian project dressed up as liberation theory. I would think it is possible to treat people with respect and respect people’s privacy without resorting to this.”

And Rachel Carling-Jenkins, DLP member of the Victorian Legislative Council, put it this way on social media:

The bitter Left is at war with our culture, so much so that they now want to stop us using the words “husband” or “wife” in the workplace in case we offend someone. I ask, what is so wrong with a culture built upon individual freedoms, equality under the law, and the family unit? The culture change being sought is one of “tolerance” and “respect”, in which your freedoms are suppressed by the totalitarian instinct of the bitter Left, through a government that instructs you on what you’re allowed to believe, what you’re allowed to say, and how you’re allowed to say it. Dumb, dumber, dumbest? Ordinary folk know this is nonsense.

Yes there is a whole lotta nonsense going on around here. The old saying about “Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad,” seems to be completely at work here. As a society we are destroying everything in our path, and we are doing so by use of some of the most self distractive means possible.


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