School systems should include LBTQ+ topics in their history and sex education

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I'm not mocking you for your belief. I'm mocking you for your infantile approach at justifying it.

Case in point: Asserting that gay does not mean homosexual, when it is established as such in both official language authorities and by common parlance, just because you want to serve the point that language does not change? Juvenile and ridiculous.
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Well stated.

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Language doesn't change, people hijack, and willfully change its original meaning. That is what is infantile. The word gay was stolen because people who are homosexual don't like the word. So they, like infantile children, try to change the meaning of an existing word with a completely different meaning that they like better. GAY
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Actually that's false, Gender Dysphoria is defined as:
"psychological distress that results from an incongruence between one’s sex assigned at birth and one’s gender identity. "
Its the stress that comes as a result of gender noncomformity. Again, I beg of you to do your research, if you aren't going to engage with my argument - then I see no reason to do that to yours. You've utterly dropped your other argument about other animals -most likely because you realize its absurdity- and moved on to something else entirely. But psychology and science in general don't agree with you, have fun with that ignorance boner. 
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.... you are factually incorrect, lmao
"Linguists rely on systematic sound changes to establish the relationships between languages. The basic idea is that when a change occurs within a speech community, it gets diffused across the entire community of speakers of the language. If, however, the communities have split and are no longer in contact, a change that happens in one community does not get diffused to the other community. Thus a change that happened between early and late Latin would show up in all the 'daughter' languages of Latin, but once the late Latin speakers of the Iberian peninsula were no longer in regular contact with other late Latin speakers, a change that happened there would not spread to the other communities. Languages that share innovations are considered to have shared a common history apart from other languages, and are put on the same branch of the language family tree."
"Yes, and so is every other human languageLanguage is always changing, evolving, and adapting to the needs of its users. This isn't a bad thing; if English hadn't changed since, say, 1950, we wouldn't have words to refer to modems, fax machines, or cable TV. As long as the needs of language users continue to change, so will the language. The change is so slow that from year to year we hardly notice it, except to grumble every so often about the ‘poor English’ being used by the younger generation! However, reading Shakespeare's writings from the sixteenth century can be difficult. If you go back a couple more centuries, Chaucer's Canterbury Tales are very tough sledding, and if you went back another 500 years to try to read Beowulf, it would be like reading a different language."

You have anything else dear?
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Probably the things which are dependent on something else making and programming them - I mean, depending on how technology advances (we've seen drastic rebounds before), it could totally humans. But also, lmao, that's not what I was referring to  -you said "opinions and ideas" about my evidence, which is false, its evidence of a proposition.