Transsexuality, Transgenderism, Men and Women with Sorenson

Scott Douglas Jacobsen: With some of the preliminary thoughts setting the groundwork, let’s delve into transgenderism and transsexuality, how would transssexuality be a fourth category in itself?

Christian Sorenson: Since in my opinion “transsexuals” have a “fe-male sexual orientation” regarding their “sexual self-identification outcomes,” and in relation to their “secondary sexual characteristics” that are “completely feminine-masculine,” as well as to their “sexual object elections” that are “markedly one or the other.” By analyzing them “comprehensively,” it is possible to sustain “functionally” speaking, that they are “exactly identical” to “men or women,” except for the fact that in their “primary sexual characteristics,” and “sexual karyotype” are “inverted.” If we place the “sexual characteristics set” on “a balance,” encompassing both, “biological and physical,” as well as “psychological” aspects, it’s possible “to deduce” and clearly “demonstrate,” in my opinion that “they definitely lean towards the opposite,” though strictly speaking “they are not what they seem to be.” Nevertheless, by “identifying transsexuality” to “man-woman categories” as “original genders,” “an absolute injustice” and “complete reality denial” are induced.

Jacobsen: How would transsexuality become part of transgenderism?

Sorenson: Through “a conversion factor” analogous to that used for “transgenders,” that is to say as these last in my opinion become a gender of “special woman” and of “special man,” more commonly known as “transgender women” and “transgender men,” since they are “transformed” through “an externally intervened” process, it could be possible to “extrapolate” that logic regarding “transsexuals,” due to the reason that with them it would occurred exactly the same, except for the fact that their “conversion process” does not regards “to any external intervention” which could consist of “cutting something over their bodies.”

Jacobsen: Why do some religious traditions mentioned – Christianity and Islam – impose concepts so strongly on community?

Sorenson: Because they are “so sexually attracted” and “tempted” by transsexuals and transgenders that “they can’t hold back.”

Jacobsen: What is a man?

Sorenson: From my point of view, is somebody who “always” carries “an Y chromosome,” and who regarding its “sexual orientation,” and its “sexual object election,” is “behaviorally” speaking at some point along “a continuum” between two “extreme tendencies” that I will denominate respectively as “absolutely heterosexual pole” and “absolutely homosexual pole.” Additionally in my opinion, due to “its simplistic nature,” it could be said that excepting “sexual functions,” usually man tends “not to be able” to relate with “woman.”

Jacobsen: What is a woman?

Sorenson: Is someone who “never” carries “an Y chromosome,” and that “behaviorally” speaking, in relation to “sexual orientation” and “sexual object election,” is somewhere between two “extreme tendencies” that I will denominate respectively as “absolutely homosexual pole” and “absolutely heterosexual pole.” From my point of view, due to “its complex nature” and to the fact that woman is similar to “a paper sheet, since use to tolerates everything,” it could be said that excepting “reproductive functions,” generally its relationship with “man,” tends to “be incompatible.”

Jacobsen: What is a “pseudo-man”?

Sorenson: It is a “genetically biploid” man in relation to “chromosome X,” and its “primary and secondary sexual” characteristics are “feminine” in appearance.

Jacobsen: What is a “pseudo-woman”?

Sorenson: It is a “genetically monoploid” woman in relation to “chromosome X,” who does not have its “primary and secondary sexual” characteristics well developed, and therefore has “a childlike” appearance.

Jacobsen: What integrates the primary sex characteristics, secondary sex characteristics, and “psychological sexual orientation”?

Sorenson: In my opinion, the “sexual appetite intensity,” associated with the “unconscious sexual object election,” and “its triggering function,” as “a sexual desire object.”

Scott Douglas Jacobsen
Scott Douglas Jacobsen
Assistant Editor, News Intervention, Human Rights Activist. Scott Douglas Jacobsen is the Founder of In-Sight: Independent Interview-Based Journal and In-Sight Publishing. He focuses on North America for News Intervention. Jacobsen works for science and human rights, especially women’s and children’s rights. He considers the modern scientific and technological world the foundation for the provision of the basics of human life throughout the world and advancement of human rights as the universal movement among peoples everywhere. You can contact Scott via email.

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