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Should the LGBT community embrace Sheila Jeffreys more closely in an effort to educate her about the positive consequences of transsexuality and gender reassignment surgery?

Should the LGBT community embrace Sheila Jeffreys more closely in an effort to educate her about the positive consequences of transsexuality and gender reassignment surgery?
  • Yes she should be embraced.

    The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender community should embrace Sheila Jeffreys more closely to educate her about the positives that can come from transexulaity and gender reassignment surgery. Educating is the only way you can win people over in an argument and if you can't do this in a civil manner than nothing will be accomplished.

  • She's a bigot.

    She's dedicated her life's work to denying the existence of the LGBT community. Her writings characterize gay male sexuality as a deviant sexual perversion. She opposes bisexual feminism. She is a leading transphobe who believes transition related therapies should be outlawed under international law on the grounds that such therapies are a violations of people's human rights. She wants no part of the LGBT community nor does the community want anything to do with her.

  • She won't change her mind.

    I think Sheila Jeffreys is an intelligent woman who has almost certainly formed her views already taking into account the evidence and information that is currently available. However much we might disagree with her opinions, I very much doubt there is much we can say to her to change her mind at this point.

  • Some People Just Can't Change

    Some people like Sheila Jeffreys simply can't change or won't change, especially later in life. As such, the LGBT community should just let her have her opinion and leave her be. Part of the reason Jeffreys howls so much is to get attention. People like that should be promptly ignored.

  • No They Shouldn't

    I believe Sheila Jeffreys has the right to believe and think how she wants, even if it does go against other peoples view points. I do not believe the LGBT community should feel obligated to embrace her with the plan to change her views on transsexuality and gender reassignment survey.

  • No, the LGBT community shouldn't have to embrace anybody.

    I do not think that the LGBT community should have to embrace Sheila Jeffreys more closely if they choose not to. If they want to educate her on the positive consequence of transsexuality and gender reassignment surgery then that is their choice. Sheila Jeffreys also has the right to choose.


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