It's honestly unecissary and that's not a major majority
I'll put the grammar aside for a moment because, what else can I do? Which rights? The right to pay for insurance for medical care approved by the AMA? Yes. The right to marry any gender? Yep. The right to not be fired because they are trans? Yes. What type of rights? Constitutional rights? Sure. Rights afforded by legislation or the common law? yes. Rights we provide in society to make us all more kind and decent? Yes The right to rob a bank without consequence? No.
I believe there are only two genders but who am I to stop people from being who they want to be.
Yes. I support Transgender Rights. Transgender Rights, as far as I'm concerned, are more important than the right to smoke a joint (marijuana) and the right to worship imaginary gods. Transgender rights are ACTUAL civil rights.
I think that everyone should get the same rights no matter what gender, sex, race, etc. This shouldn't even be an issue, people are people. The people who think that anyone who isn't heterosexual and cisgender are the ones that need help though since they can lead to harm to [LGBT] individuals.
No, you don't okay with rights. That's not proper grammar.
Transgendered people are actually people with mental illness who believe they're the opposite gender. Do they have basic human rights like everyone else? Yes. Do they have special rights becuase they're a "minority"? No.
No group of people should be given special rights just for them just because they say so. Trannies have some kind of psychological/mental issue that should be addressed not ignored that's the real tragedy here.
Because that's not how grammar works. Should it say do I BELIEVE in transgender rights? If that was what it meant, then my answer would be yes, but Okay is not a verb. I don't okay anything
Hellllllll Naaaa,transgenders are an obanation to our great soicity here in merica! Yeeee Hawwww.