Friday, June 20, 2014

AMERICA'S WARRIOR PRINCESS

Presenting Kristin Beck, retired Navy SEAL, Afghanistan war vet, and Americas first tranny war hero . . . S.L.


Kristin Beck is a transgender who served in the Navy SEALs as Chris Beck. Beck was recently in a CNN biography Lady Valor and also is the subject and co-writer of the book Warrior Princess.

Beck served on Navy SEAL Team 6, also known as US Navy Special Warfare Development Group.

Beck’s transition started in 2011 after his retirement from the military. Revealing this information any sooner would have resulted in immediate discharge from the military.

Making this news public was very important to Beck because he is now be able to live in a manner consistent of his life-long gender awareness as a female. Beck currently is leading the fight for acceptance of transgender soldiers in the military, which is currently not permitted.

A large part of his book, Warrior Princess, focuses on the suicide rates among transgender individuals. As of June 2013, when the book was published, the suicide rate among transgender individuals was exponentially higher than in the general population. The prevention of suicide of transgender combat veterans is a very important issue to Beck.


I was not aware there were enough tranny combat veterans to be able to collect data suitable to make quantifiable analysis.

Notice I use the male pronoun in reference to Kristin Beck. For the record - a dick-ectomy doesn't make one a woman any more than wearing a dog collar makes one a dog. To maintain this myth is an insult to women, and it's striking that this point of view is propagated by women who label themselves feminists.

Am I the only one who remembers it was not that long ago transsexuals were labelled freaks and weirdos? When did this become acceptable, to the point that it is being forced upon us by the politically correct crowd. Nowadays, to openly speak out against this kind of sexual perversion is to label oneself as bigoted and intolerant, with penalties for "discriminating" against what is one hundred percent unnatural.

Please take note: there is no DNA involved here. There is no "Gay DNA" - at least none detected by scientists when they mapped the entire human genome. For all we know, "gay" is nothing more than a sexual kink, and yet we are to embrace this lunacy as if it is a viable alternative, a third sex for all practical purposes. What this really represents is a significant chunk of the cultural rot that is consuming our society.

Personally, I find this creepy and disgusting . . . so disturbing, my soul recoils in horror . . .

STORMBRINGER SENDS

23 comments:

  1. Mapping the genome isn't enough to determine if being gay is hard-coded into the DNA.

    There's evidence that sexual orientation is determined by the size and structure of a small portion of the hippocampus. The researchers who noticed this emphatically stated that their findings were preliminary and needed a lot more data to be conclusive.

    Oh and this portion of the brain can only be examined posthumously.

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    1. DNA chromosomes identified in 1958 does not determine sex or gender, as one can have both XX & XY chromosomes and be male or female and be fertile.... So we have recently discovered. And also now recognizing 296 genes among the 19 variations of chromosome combinations that can be turned on in an astronomical set of variations.

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  2. I dunno if there's "Gay DNA" or not. I DO know my younger brother struggled for a LONG time before "coming out" - and that it was both a very painful and eventually good thing for him to have done so. I don't believe being gay is a "choice" having seen this now for 20-some years.
    Boat Guy

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    1. Gender identification and sexual orientation are two different things. I cannot say what the sources are for each, but each are independent of each other.

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  3. Since we aren't about fighting wars and winning them anymore, let all the stray cats and dogs in.

    It'll confuse the hell out of the enemy when they go to rape them, and shrink our active military to about 200 people, most of them the very freaks and geeks in question. No one else will want to serve in the Haight-Ashbury equivalent of Noah's Ark for very long.

    Beck is also brain damaged if he doesn't see the tremendous logic fail in recruiting a population with a vastly higher suicide rate into the military in the first place, but then thinking doesn't seem to be one of his strong points.

    The Trident validates your man-card without question.
    It does not, however, confer papal infallibility on all sociological questions. The proof is that he had to get out because the brotherhood he belonged to would have disowned him in a hot second if he'd pulled this crap while serving, and a separation in disgrace wouldn't have advanced his agenda nearly as well, now would it? The point and success of the Teams is BECAUSE they're TEAMS. Which is quite pointedly inimical to the whole concept of "My Freak Flag is more important than accomplishing the mission or anything else."

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    1. Interesting that the many who are so afflicted with this thing called Transsexualism seem to serve with honor and fidelity towards their teams and duty. A matter of record! So, as a Veteran, no one who knows of my own decision to deal with my issues has ever come to me or anyone indicating that i put myself ahead of the mission or those I shared responsibility. In fact, most have indicated that I went beyond the call for my team. Hmmm?

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  4. Being transgender does not necessarily make one homosexual, but by definition being transgender means one suffers from mental illness. I do not understand why mental health professionals indulge and promote - to the point of surgical mutilation - the behaviors associated with gender identity disorder while other psychological disorders outlined in the DSM are treated with counseling and drug therapy. Seems backward for the sake of political correctness.

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    1. There are cases where the wiring is jumbled enough that surgery is the least traumatic option.

      They used to reserve surgical alteration for such extreme cases.

      The DSM is actually kind of to blame for the drift of psychology away from science and moving ever more to feel good platitude.

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  5. All these philosophical and psychological musings are fine. The bottom line is in the chromosomes IMHO. XX = female XY = male. No amount of surgery and hormone abuse is going to change that.

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    1. Your understanding of Chromosome DNA is not medically accurate, however, you might consider that some form of remediation is relief from being a freak and living under continual abuse from others.

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  6. We never used to have situations like this and we were able to deal with whatever came along without a lot of dithering and hesitation. Things are different now and not for the better. Something's gotta give.

    It's like being in Caligula's Rome. A half breed faggot of dubious provenance on the throne and toadying grifters running the place.

    What did we expect?

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    1. Rather than dealing with medical and social issues, I would suppose that extermination is at least a cheaper and more expedient solution. For me, I am thinking that anyone who is too lazy to work fits that bill too!

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  7. Damn it all! I really, really hate to admit this, but I do have to give full credit where credit is due; The Iranians were RIGHT in calling us the Great Satan. I am disgusted with how sexual perversion is being enbraced and openly approved off at every level of government. If the full fury and wrath of God does not come soon, then IMNTBHO, Sodom and Gomorrah are way over due for an appology.
    Just so you know I am NOT a liberal softy, I have not forgotten or forgiven what the Iranians did back in 1979. We still have a score to settle with one.
    If you came into this world with a cock and a pair of testicles hanging between your legs and you are confused about your gender identity or where to stick your hard-on, then you DO have a mental disorder. You are a PERVERT. Period

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    1. An interesting point! I would ask though, what if you had genitalia which looked different than the normal guy thing. I mean it looked more like a girls thing? And you were in the locker room and had to explain yourself? What if you at some point in your life started to grow large breasts and they hurt? And on top of that you realized that things were just more than you can deal with? What then? I guess one could "MAN UP", and deal with it and just blow one's brains out. Or maybe recognize that things are not always so simple and easy and just move on and deal with it.... Just saying!

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  8. FOR THE RECORD - I am not commenting one way or another on one's sexuality. Human sexuality covers as wide a spectrum as the rainbow, to coin a phrase, and homosexuals have been around since the dawn of time.

    The point here is that transgenders are, by definition, NOT NATURAL. To imagine that a bit of snip and a tuck-n-roll makes a man into a woman does an incredible disservice to women. Missred is right on track about XX vs XY chromosomes.

    FWIW one of the best officers I ever served with was homosexual - everybody knew it and it didn't make a bit of difference. I supported him and the last time I saw him I shook his hand.

    (I didn't hug him - not comfortable enough in my own sexuality to go that far.)

    The single worst soldier I have served with happened to be a homosexual. That had no effect on what landed him in Leavenworth - it just happened that was his sexuality - what he did was far worse.

    My opinion on homosexuality is that it is a kink, not tied into one's DNA. If they ever find that it is, I will change my opinion, but to date they have not. And like any kink, it should be kept in the closet, where it belongs.

    I think what upset me the most about this story is it came across the home page of the corporation where I'm currently doing contract work, presented as a part of LGBT month (did I get that acronym right?) and it was being celebrated as if this is a great advancement of Western Civilization, when in fact it is quite the opposite.

    More of the cultural rot which seems to be compounding and increasing more and more with each passing day.

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    1. Thank-you, for stating the matter better than what I was attempting to say. It is the cultural rot, which is being celebrated as an advancement of Western Civilization. Our enemies are paying attention. They know we are weak, and lack the will to win. Our enemies still hate us, and losing their fear of us. Could it be, with all the hype over gay pride this and three cheers for LGBT month, awareness (ect, ect) THE core fact is lost; the sole function of a military force is to kill people and break things?

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    2. I cannot stand the gay agenda politics, nor the social diatribe that we today are being bombarded with. I am active in domestic abuse prevention, and I can tell you that froma medical stand point, the Transgender children suffer terribly over this kind of thinking. I guess I should ask, what would you do to your own child if they did not fit into your way of thinking? Well? Because I know that my three sons, who all have been in military training and one in combat from day one had a mind of their own. They are all different, and from speeding tickets to the crazy things they get wrapped up in, I can say that none of them have ever fit into my expectations. I am very proud of them! Again, your child? How will it go?

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  9. Hello!

    I have a quick question for you, could you email me when you have a chance? Thanks! –Emily

    EmilyDWalsh(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. It has nothing to do with being gay or not. In fact most Transsexuals actually resent being called gay, as many do not seek sexual resolution to their gender quandary. There are a number of Chromosome/Bioneurological Anomaly with which children are born. I will not discuss my own Intersex issues, but was the child of a father who had three testicles and a non-descended ovary. He was awarded a medal for Meritorious Action and served in the Army with Distinction. I was born with things not exactly right and suffered for it. By the way I am a Veteran and severed with honor. "I DID MY DUTY!" However, life is not so kind, and this thing called Intersex has made me the freak that so many cannot understand. I am not gay, but because I do not fit into the cute little box that most peoples small brain can fathom, they decide to be vindictive and well, ... bigoted! In this world 1/83 children are born with some level of Intersex Gender incongruence, meaning that the division between male and female is not so divided or discernible. Medically and Scientifically there is no line or boundary that can be defined to address the gray area where gender and sex are ambiguous. In my own life I am always puzzled at the behavior of others who seem to have issues with my gender or sex, i.e. Orientation and physical being. Fact is I am part male, and part female, ... Sorry! I was born that way, and let me tell you the Army was as tough as it gets! However, what I have discovered is that those who are repugnant and express their hate that they have over this fact of nature are themselves apparently insecure in their own gender and sexual orientation. That is sad, because it is not by birth, but by choice. So, in every school room there is a child that will grow up to be a Navy Seal, Army Sapper, Air Force Commando, Marine Tough Nut, and even a Coast Guard Rescuer who has the courage to not only face danger, but the daily grind of others small minded hate and petty thoughts. Hats off to those who are so strong to serve and when it is time enough to stand separate and honestly address the truth in their own lives. They do just that!

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    1. So much to think about! I did no tunderstand how you or others were in so much distress until I met someone that really intrigued me. In fact as I got to know her i was infatuated to say the least. Brilliant mind and just a loving person. As things progressed it became complicated as well. She was the handsomest woman I have ever known, and I guess when I learned of her situation the prettiest guy I have ever known too. She was like any normal women with a body and breasts that were very attractive. And her athletic prow and demeanor was something I respected. Then it came to serious realizations. She had male business down there, kind of different, and also all of the female as well. She was born that way. It became clear to me that as much as I wanted to contue our relationship, she was no tinterested in becoming one thing or the other, but was happy just being who she was. A little more than I could handle at that yonger age. However looking back, I really miss her. I guess I could not understand it all and the fact that she was a thing. I have regrets because i think she really liked me too. Funny, I let my friends get into it and they pushed me into breaking it off. Their lafter hurts to this day, and it hurts me to have hurt her too]

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  11. I would like to know what his record says and if he earned any medals, or if he had any charges or articles filed against him. What somebody does after they get out is their biz! What they did on my tax dollar is mine to ask. So was he a good soldier or a slug?

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  12. Navy Seals! Are these the bimbos who get drunk and then stand up on the table to show everyone that they don't wear underwear? Frankly, with that kind of team work anyone going in would have to come out screwed up! At least Kristin has figured out what kind of shorts work for her. Okay, I off for a long cold beer as this is all too much for me!

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  13. Until this punk ass can do better and have the honor of wearing the trident, your ignorant thoughts about transgender people will speak more about your cowardice than any accomplishment you could ever dream of achieving.

    R. Heil

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