I am 70years old and a widower retired from the ministry and partly retired from the art industry. Fan and collector of animated movies (over 300!) as well as a large collection of cartoons. I especially like Warner Brothers, and Jay Ward's cartoons.
Experienced painter of still life rocks and "happy little trees" next to a creek. Free-lance Photographer. Partly retired, and taking the time to do what I've always wanted to do; write, write, write.
I am an author and currently compiling a series of Young Teen Anthromorphic fantasy novels. (Think, Brian Jacques and C.S. Lewis). Also, a YA Sci-Fi novel reminiscent of Heinlein's Starship Troopers.
I play jazz tenor sax and am a member of a community concert band and a swing band, hence the name "LipsterLeo".
My primary language is English, but I speak high school German, a little Thai, some Korean, a bit of pigin Vietnamese, a smattering of French, and I am studying Spanish. I can be fluently misunderstood in seven foreign languages, including English and Texan.
Be warned, I have a weird sense of humor!
My work can also be found at Facebook.com/Leohayesthewriter
And my website, Leohayesthewriter.com
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Gotta say, these lgbtq athletes make you look bad: https://www.outsports.com/olympics/2021/7/26/22594865/medal-count-team-lgbtqhttps://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/canada-quinn-first-trans-athlete-win-gold-medal-olympics-1209140/
Why don't you learn the science:
You mean, the science that says a man has male chromosomes, and a woman has female chromosomes? Of course, big pharma is probably trying to come up with a way to change that.
The primary assumption driving most “biological sex” myths is that there are two discrete mutually exclusive sexes that are immutable (i.e., once born into a sex, you will always be a member of that sex). While there are a number of sexually dimorphic traits — such as chromosomes, gonads, external genitals, other reproductive organs, ratio of sex hormones, and secondary sex characteristics — many times these traits do not all align (i.e., all male, or all female) within the same person, as is the case for intersex and many transgender people.
Also, for each of these different sexually dimorphic traits, some people’s anatomies will fall “in between” or “outside of” what most people consider to be standard for female or male.
So in other words, the term “sex” is neither simple nor straightforward: It refers to a collection of sexually dimorphic traits that are variable both across traits and within each trait. And this is not merely a “trans perspective” on the matter; here is an article from Nature (one of the most respected science journals) arguing that, “The idea of two sexes is simplistic. Biologists now think there is a wider spectrum than that.”
You know, That is probably the stupidist thing I've heard. Your mind controls your body's chromosomes. Think- or read a book!~