TheGrammarBolshevik wrote:That's not the direction of Роберт's complaint.
It looked like a consistency complaint; even if it were a "lesbians are the bigger threat because there are more of them" that wouldn't be an argument for accepting either.
It's not a consistency complaint. It's a non sequitur complaint: if you're concerned about kids having sex on camping trips, that might give you reason to be concerned about sending lesbian girls on camping trips, but it doesn't give you reason to be concerned about sending trans girls on camping trips ("trans" is not a sexual orientation, and straight girls are generally not attracted to trans girls).
Роберт wrote:If that was her objection, than she should worry about homosexual girls, not trans girls.
The conclusion is to "worry about homosexual girls, not
trans girls." "Worrying" about homosexual girls while still worrying about trans girls — a "consistent" solution — does not satisfy this. So, it's not a consistency complaint. Hence what I said about direction: I suspect Роберт was less saying that Taylor should worry about lesbians, and more saying that she should not worry about trans girls if her underlying concern is what she says it is.
sourmìlk, for GSUSA to take the opposite stance would be no less an engagement with controversial gender politics.