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This Is What A Man Looks Like Now - MGTOW

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Published on 09/14/22 / In Red Pill

⁣Sponsor Link: <br>Chris Whalen CPA <br>http://www.chriswhalencpa.com <br>https://www.amazon.com/dp/0979352266 <br> <br>Mystery Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnmeTyU1rA0 <br> <br>Odysee.TV: https://odysee.com/@SandmanMGTOW:c <br>Bitchute Link: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/YIxeDBpkwsLT/ <br> <br>SubscribeStar.com: https://www.subscribestar.com/sandman <br> <br>Paypal / Email: Sandmanmgtow @ Gmail.com <br> <br> <br>Hi Everyone Sandman Here, <br> <br>This video is brought to you by a donation from Half-Duplex and here's what he has to say: &quot;Hey Sandman, This topic is with regard to the whole transgenderism movement. On a few recent social occasions; said topic came up and I voiced my opinion that a man can only be a man, and a woman can only be a woman - period. But if somebody wants to to refer to themselves as such, then I will call them by their preferred pronouns out of respect. But if I'm asked to identify said person (say in the court of law, or in my own house) I will refer to them as what they are genetically. This usually where people ask &quot;Why does it matter so much? I go on to explain with an example. If I let a friend (female turned male) sleep on my couch or ride in my car and then the house burns down or car crashes with friend inside, and friend has to be rushed to the hospital while authorities question me or the coroner needs me to help identify the body - I'm going <br>to say x person - SHE was my friend. I also mention Rachel Dolezal and her &quot;transracial&quot; identity story from a few years back. She was a white woman presenting herself as black. Growing up - she dressed/looked/showed the part. Felt trapped inside her white body. All the same things I hear when anyone explains trans to me... But society shot her down. I'm a black male in my mid 30s. Growing up in Southern California in a small mountain town (mostly White) I was often told I did not sound/act black. The term Oreo comes to mind, as that is often what I was called. There were parts of me that wanted to be white It wasn't until high school when I started hanging out with more black-kids. Now that I'm an adult - I'm 100% certain of my identity despite what I want people to view me as. I'm a black human, who is male. What sparked me to write in this topic was a video I came across while surfing worldstar. Its Macy Gray being interviewed by Piers Morgan and he basically asks what her thoughts are on the whole gender reassignment clown show we are living in. If anyone can identify as any sex (transgenderism), why can't anyone identify as any race? Why does the buck stop at sex/gender, if its really about accepting people for who they identify to be? Are the parallels not there Sandman?&quot; Well Half-Duplex I'm not 100% sure what you want me to talk about. People can identify with a cultural group but not be part of the race that originated that culture. There were wingers back while I was going to high school in giant starter jacket that were listening to bad wrap music thinking it was good. But they didn't spend hours in the sun to become darker skinned and grow their hair into dreads so they could look Jamaican. Whenever I think about a white man trying to pass for black I think of that CNN reporter. But he doesn't go around calling himself black. He just looks black. I think that the reason people are so obsessed with race and gender is because everyone is trying to play the part of the biggest victim. If you identify as a woman but you were born a man then you gain access to the privileges and power that comes with being a woman. If you are a white male and identify as black or at least can pass for it then companies are more likely to hire you especially if you are polite and intelligent. It allows them to score browny points when it comes to exclusivity. Plus women and minorities are supposedly more oppressed and in today's world the more oppressed you are the more moral and virtuous you appear to the rest of soyciety. I'll discuss more in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor Chris Whalen: <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br>10 images licensed and paid for through BigStock.com. All image licenses are available upon request. <br> <br>Ad Image Credits: <br> <br>1. https://www.bigstockphoto.com/....image-13957406/stock <br> <br>2. https://www.bigstockphoto.com/....image-383198483/stoc

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