| | Re: Miss Universe bans transgendered contestant
We are talking about North America not Europe and I said you were over exaggerating on the part were you said, "yeah I'll support most anyone's right to exist" since no one was outlawing anyone for being alive. Pay close attention to what I'm saying here. You said that they were in the minority. If you get a sex change, then you put yourself in the minority. What I said was not unfair. It was the truth since a majority of people do not have sex change operations. I did not say that they bring anything on themselves (good or bad).
On the prom issue, she was allowed to go to prom. They just had another prom where she was not invited. The school system didn't ban her from anything. It wasn't a fake prom. It was just probably not the one she wanted to go to. She did win the lawsuit regardless. Was it childish on the part of the PTA? Sure, but that proves my point. The system was fair towards her.
People are mean. That's life. Sometimes it violates the law sometimes it doesn't. Sometimes you get justice and sometimes you don't. The laws in North America does offer protection though. That girl won her lawsuit. You can't vandalize someone's property or anything of that nature because of a person's orientation or even their past criminal record (sex offenders, DUI, etc).
Now, I'm not trying to derail this conversation, but it is getting a bit off topic. This is just a little heads.
Originally Posted by narusasu1
I see the virtual one got most intelligent, cyber ego upgrade
Last edited by -Omega-; 04-23-2012 at 02:22 AM.