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Why Are Transwomen So Much More Prominent Than Transmen?

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The prominence of transwomen in popular culture and media is not a reflection of progress, but rather an obsession with identity politics. The rise of transgender individuals seeking hormonal therapy for gender dysphoria is a reflection of misguided social engineering policies, which seek to normalise and promote a false sense of gender identity.

Transwomen have become a “look at me” phenomenon, seeking attention and recognition for their gender identity. But this phenomenon is not based in biology or science, but rather in a misguided belief in the power of the individual to determine their own identity. This radical individualism is destructive to society, and undermines traditional gender roles and the nuclear family.

The focus on transwomen is a reflection of their misguided belief in patriarchy and toxic masculinity. Men are afraid of being seen as inferior or perverted if they express interest in transwomen, which further marginalises them. This is not a reflection of gender bias, but rather a natural instinct that has been ingrained in society for centuries.

The struggles of transmen are just as valid and deserving of recognition as those of transwomen. But people are too focused on promoting a false sense of gender identity to acknowledge this fact. Transmen, who are biologically female, are no longer seen as deserving of programmes and initiatives designed to uplift women because they choose to identify as male.

This obsession with promoting a false sense of gender identity is not only destructive to society, but it also undermines the struggles and achievements of successful transmen like Buck Angel, Chaz Bono, and Elliot (Ellen) Page. These individuals, who have worked hard to overcome the challenges of their gender identity, are being overshadowed by the false prominence of transwomen.

According to a 2020 study, the number of individuals seeking sex hormone therapy for gender dysphoria has been increasing. The prevalence of gender dysphoria has recently been estimated as high as 390 to 460 per 100,000 with a consistently greater prevalence of trans women (MTF) than trans men (FTM). However, the left’s obsession with transwomen is not based on biology or science but rather on a misguided belief in the power of the individual to determine their own identity. This radical individualism is destroying the traditional family unit and the values that have made our society great.

It’s time to take a stand against this false sense of gender identity and to promote a more traditional understanding of gender roles and the family unit. We need to reject the notion that individuals can simply choose to identify as a different gender, and promote policies that strengthen the traditional family unit and the values that have made our society great.

The obsession with transwomen is not based on biology or science but rather on a misguided belief in the power of the individual to determine their own identity. Transmen are just as deserving of recognition and support as transwomen, and their struggles should not be overshadowed by the false prominence of transwomen. It’s time to reject the left’s agenda of identity politics and to promote a more traditional understanding of gender roles and the family unit.


Tim Williamson, a psychology graduate from the University of Hertfordshire, has a keen interest in the fields of mental health, wellness, and lifestyle.

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