During pride week in Chicago I’ve seen some of the woman. Some of these chicks are brutes. Big shoulders, necks, thick backs.....combine that with men’s clothing, facial hair and homade tattoos. Something..I don’t know is really off.
“Ive seen some of the woman. Some of these chicks are brutes.”
Right, and I think many of them, just because they aren’t very attractive to men, gravitate towards lesbianism. They don’t look manly because they have a gay gene; they became gay because they look manly and couldn’t attract a man.
they mostl ikely are takign steroids to be more manly looking
Brain studies originating with research into stroke and traumatic brain injury have found that when people focus on a given area of life, the brain grows or colonizes more brain cells in that site.
Brain-injured people are put through occupational therapy to grow new brain pathways around old injuries -- working with eye-hand coordination, repetitive movements involving the injured sphere or the new objective in recovery.
So it makes sense that people have some ability to grow into or out of various behaviors --"Be transformed by the renewing of your mind" -- or that repetition of certain behaviors could grow enough brain cells that the person experiences a powerful sense of compulsion -- especially in the areas of child abuse or being orphaned or abandoned -- the self-protective, "I need to protect my hurt" functions of emotional growth. In the case of butch lesbians, adding layers of fat and making themselves unattractive to men self-reinforces an inner sense of un"whole"ness. In effeminate men, unmanly behaviors insulate a male from adult responsibility, especially the emotional responsibility of a natural marriage.
As for the parade you saw, the medical fad of giving opposite-sex hormones to these confused folks may be responsible for facial hair on women, masculine body image, etc.
Here is the testimony of a woman who gradually grew out of lesbianism. The comments at the link to the original article contain several stories of men and women who either left the life, or continue to insist that nothing can change them, and therefore aren't open to the possibility. The testimonies include people whose pathway included Christianity and people who healed without a religious conversion.