“Transgenderism” is a word acting as a social bridge between transsexualism and transhumanism.
October 19, 2022 – Jennifer Bilek
Western societies are in the vortex of Transhumanism. We are being sucked in because this radical transhumanist agenda and its eugenicist underpinnings are being obscured by a popular LGB human rights veneer.
“Transgenderism” is a word acting as a social bridge between transsexualism and transhumanism. It is an umbrella term with weak borders that allows this bridging quality to transhumanism to nimbly evade scrutiny. Transsexualism is largely an adult male fetish that compulsively objectifies and covets womanhood. Men with autogynephila (the professional name for this form of transsexualism) seek to medically appropriate the sexed humanity of women by purchasing surgical simulacrums of their sexed reality, in parts, to assuage their compulsion. It is the apex of the sex industries, reducing women to parts for commercial and sexual use.
Transhumanism is the movement to increase human lifespan and cognition through a more intimate melding with technology, artificial intelligence, and biotechnology. The transhumanist agenda sees immortality as its ultimate end goal and splits the mind from the body, like most religions. A transhumanist existence is one where biological realities, such as the border between male and female, would become irrelevant. Through virtual reality and fusion with technology, reproductive sex would become obsolete, and having sex would be reduced to a mind game, with our corporeality left behind.
The word “transgenderism” obscures the escalation of a compulsive sexual fetish into the industry forming around it, an industry that erases women’s wholly sexed humanity in language, law, and all our institutions, and markets dissociation from the sexed body as progressive to children and youth. Women only exist as parts to be consumed or commercially used for their reproductive capacities. Women are systematically dismantled using terms like “chest feeder,” “womb haver,” and even “surrogate.”
Transhumanist philosophy has been with us since at least 1957, coined by the British philosopher Julian Huxley, grandson of the prominent biologist T.H. Huxley, a brother of novelist Aldous Huxley who wrote Brave New World. Brave New World was published in 1932 and anticipated vast scientific advancements in reproductive technology, sleep-learning, psychological manipulation, and classical conditioning combined to make a dystopian society. Julian Huxley was a committed eugenicist. His post-Second World War eugenic thinking was a crucial overpass from what has been referred to as old eugenics to new eugenics based on molecular biology, which can be likened to the bridge from transsexual operations to transhumanism: from experimenting on human sexual characteristics to manipulating human genetic codes and beyond.
Eugenics is the study of arranging human reproduction to create more “desirable” characteristics and the forced sterilization of those with “undesirable” elements. Though the old eugenics has been discredited as unscientific and racially biased because of the adoption of its tenets by the Nazis to justify their treatment of Jews, disabled people, and other minority groups, eugenics hasn’t gone anywhere. It has simply advanced with technology and is riding the tsunami wave of unfettered corporatism. It is now coming at us through transhumanism and genetic engineering. Eugenics has a long and complex history that cannot be tackled here, but the current experiments on children’s healthy bodies and sex organs, many of whom are likely to grow up to be gay, and many who also have autism and other mental disorders, echo its tenets. These “transgender” experiments sterilizing young people are currently being forwarded under the rainbow banner of “human rights.”
“Transgendersim,” a word first used in 1965 by psychiatrist John F. Oliven in his book Hygiene and Pathology, was used to denote a transsexual’s desire that leaped beyond the compulsive urge to dress in culturally sanctioned women’s clothing to appropriating their secondary sex characteristics through surgeries and hormones. Transvestic fetishism became transsexualism, though some men did not opt for surgeries and continued to cross-dress.
“Transgenderism” is an offshoot of both these words and is being used as a rebranding of transsexualism to appeal to a new, youthful market. It is a harbinger of the genetic and technological manipulations we are being conditioned to accept via transhumanism obscured by co-opting the familiar branding of a wildly successful human rights movement. In reality, it is an anti-human agenda.
The next most crucial step toward the transhumanist goal is to usurp human reproduction and move it into the tech sector. The assisted reproductive market is currently $25.6B and is projected to reach $41.4B by 2030. This market is being invested in by many of the same elites investing in the gender industry, who are invested in the medical and tech sectors in general, and who are simultaneously using the LGB human rights political infrastructure to abolish sexual dimorphism—reproductive sex. It’s a perfect fit because individuals in same-sex relationships will need the assisted fertility market if they wish to reproduce—and only those with considerable resources can finance these risky medical procedures. The rest will stand as the medical refuse of eugenicists, sterilized for life.
The first “gender bill” was cultivated by a group of men with transvestic fetishism in the early ‘90s. At least one of these men, Martine Rothblatt, has undergone transsexual surgery, a misnomer since no one can actually change their sex. He is a transhumanist (no one has yet transitioned from human either), owns a major biopharmaceutical company, a xenotransplantation farm for harvesting animal organs to transplant into humans, a 3D organ printing corporation, and has created a robot of his wife. Rothblatt worked on the Human Genome Project at the UN level and created a technological religion called Terasem. He is the co-creator of Sirius XM satellite radio. Rothblatt is highly renowned in technology, political, and business circles. He has written about the necessity of overriding the process of categorizing men and women by their biology and believes that sexual dimorphism is tantamount to South African apartheid. He has also written extensively on the future of reproduction via technology and transgressing our species’ boundaries. Rothblatt was tutored into transhumanism by Ray Kurzweil of Google, a company investing in the gender industry on various fronts while it collects our data.
In a 2015 report from The Atlantic, Rothbatt discusses gene editing, the rights of human cyborgs, human data collection, synthetic genomics, and the coming age of pharmacogenomics—treating people with drugs that align with their genes—and bioinformatics—an interdisciplinary field that develops methods and software tools for understanding biological data.
While what is happening with the term “transgenderism” is the attempt to override our species’ sex, transhumanism is an attempt to breach the limits of our species’ mortality via technology and biotechnology. Both concepts would be a tough sell to the mainstream public, who remains mostly unaware of the enormous leaps in technology that have been made toward engineering humanity out of our roots in the biosphere and toward a more intimate fusing with technology and biotechnology. “Transgenderism” is the bridge to get us there, because it is a disorienting term without strict meaning whose goalposts constantly move to include new ideas, even as they contradict what has already been suggested. It is, in essence, transhumanism being buoyed and obscured by LGBs, whom they eventually seek to dismantle along with the rest of us.
Trangenderism/transhumanism is being forced into every sector of society, government, and even into children’s schools where they are taught that they can be boys or girls as they choose; it is a bridge to get us to a place of social acquiescence to these changes. This grooming process would be impossible without the LGB civil rights political apparatus and the already culturally cultivated acceptance of gay people.
There are conferences all over the world on transhumanism. There are college courses, centers of study, books, and if you Google “transhumanism,” you will get in the neighborhood of 6 million hits. The author of the first gender bill is a transhumanist who lectures widely and openly about the connections between the two. Rothblatt has a strong presence at OutLeadership, the business networking arm of the so-called “LGBTQ+” community, and is affiliated with various hospitals that assault human sex under the guise of “gender affirming” treatment, including UCLA and John Hopkins. He is now on the board of the Mayo Clinic. Zoltan Istvan, a transhumanist, ran for president. Ray Kurzweil, an advisor of Google, one of our most influential technology corporations, is a transhumanist who mentored Martine Rothblatt. OutLeadership intersects with all our major corporations cross-marketing their $3.7T consumer base to them.
There are men in the highest echelons of politics, technology, education, medicine, sports, Hollywood, and elsewhere, being given platforms to sell us on “transgenderism.” They have not come up with one coherent definition to help anyone understand it or why it has gained such prominence and captured the attention of the most influential law firms, international banks, investment houses, governments, corporations, and all our Western institutions rapidly and simultaneously. They sell their ideology to the next generation by indoctrinating them in schools against most parents’ wishes.
Without a banner of human rights, the transhumanist boat would sink like a stone. It uses vulnerable children as fodder for the coming revolution in assisted fertility to force our trajectory as a species away from the biosphere and further into technology—unless we stop them.
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