Show Title: Ukraine is run by TRANSGENDERS
Opening Song: Alice In Wonderland Lyrics – YouTube
Closing Song: “white rabbit” – Jefferson Airplane Lyrics
Ukraine is run by TRANSGENDERS* Audio link : here
Ukraine is run by TRANSGENDERS* Video :
Ukraine is run by TRANSGENDERS *
PDF File: This FILE has hundreds of examples of actual high-level celebrities, political figures and how they have bad chins, ugly necks. They think they are hiding, maybe they are because not many are noticing. Learn to train your eyes.
Photos show the impact of hormones. Everyone on the screen is TRANSGENDER
- The hormones give them strange looks in the chin and neck area.
- You can see in the neck where they did surgeries on the Adams Apple.
- Men have wider teeth than women, you will notice most all these trans women have the huge teeth.
- Real men have longer necks, they have everything flipped.
- The women all have the long necks and male jawlines.
- In real life, women have a smaller jaw and small chin.
Huge veins in the neck area
Many of them have chin implants, you can see the scars on the face
Bruises under the neck from chin implant or neck work
Wigs- Hormones make them go BALD
Wigs- Hiding in Plain Sight – DECEPTION * Video
Wigs- Hiding in Plain Sight – DECEPTION * PDF File – Wigs Hiding in Plain Sight – DECEPTION
Do men have BALLS of Confusion?
Opening Song : The Temptations – Ball Of Confusion (with lyrics) – YouTube
Closing Song : Get Together The Youngbloods 1969 – YouTube
Do men have BALLS of Confusion? Audio Link : here
Do men have BALLS of Confusion? PDF : Do men have BALLS of Confusion?
YouTube Videos: Psychopath In Your Life – Dianne Emerson – YouTube
Do Airplanes Need FUEL? Are the Weapons REAL?
Fake ‘Military Weaponry’ Is All Just CGI By Aaron Dover
Airplanes – Do they need fuel??? Or part of the oil hoax?
Was the Moon Landing Fake?
Fake Moon Landing PDF : Fake Moon Landing.docx
Did Walt Disney play Hitler?
Walt Disney and Hitler -Who Was Shirley Temple? Video by Mitchell E. Brooks
IS JFK Jimmy Carter?
Facial Feminization Surgery (FFS)
Facial Feminisation Surgery – Part 1: ‘Gender Markers’ by MrMenno
Facial Feminisation Surgery – Part 2: Serious Business by MrMenno
Trans 101: Ep 16 – Dangers of Hormone Replacement Therapy [CC]
Terms of Identity
Assigned sex at birth: The sex (male or female) assigned to a child at birth, most often based on the child’s external anatomy. Also referred to as birth sex, natal sex, biological sex or sex.
Cisgender: A term for people whose gender identity generally matches the gender assigned for their physical sex. In other words, someone who does not identify as transgender. The word is derived from the Latin root “cis” meaning “on this side.”
FTM: Female-to-male transgender person. Sometimes identifies as a transgender man. Someone assigned the female gender at birth who identifies on the male spectrum.
Genderqueer and/or nonbinary: People whose gender identity and/or gender expression falls outside the binary categories of man and woman. They may define their gender as falling somewhere in between man and woman, or they may define it as wholly different from these terms.
Gender affirming: Adjective used to refer to behaviors or interventions that affirm a transgender person’s gender identity (e.g., a physician using cross-sex hormones for a transgender patient may be called gender affirming, as can the use of a correctly gendered pronoun.)
MTF: Male-to-female transgender person. Sometimes known as a transgender woman. Someone assigned the male gender at birth who identifies on the female spectrum.
Transgender: An umbrella term for people whose gender identity does not match the sex they were assigned at birth. Transgender people may identify as straight, gay, bisexual or some other sexual orientation.
Transition: An individualized process in which transgender people move from living aligned with the sex they were assigned at birth to living aligned with their gender identity. There are three general aspects to transitioning: social (e.g., presentation, relationships, employment, names/pronouns); medical (e.g., hormones, surgery, mental health) and legal (e.g., changing gender marker and name on legal documents and identification). Each person’s transition path is unique.
Gender Affirming Medical Interventions
Bottom surgery: Colloquial phrase to describe gender affirming genital surgery.
Breast augmentation: Enlarging the breasts using breast implants.
Chest masculinization: A bilateral mastectomy that removes most of the breast tissue, shapes a contoured male chest, and refines the nipples and areolas.
Facial feminization surgery: Includes such procedures as reshaping the nose, and brow or forehead lift; reshaping of the chin, cheek and jaw; Adam’s apple reduction; lip augmentation; hairline restoration and earlobe reduction.
Facial masculinization surgery: Includes forehead lengthening and augmentation; cheek augmentation, reshaping the nose and chin; jaw augmentation; thyroid cartilage enhancement to construct an Adam’s apple.
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT): The process in which transgender people choose to take a prescription of synthetic hormones. For transgender women, that may include estrogen as well as testosterone blockers. For transgender men: testosterone (T).
Metoidioplasty: A surgical procedure that works with existing genital tissue to form a phallus, or new penis. It can be performed on anyone with significant clitoral growth caused by using testosterone.
Penile construction/phalloplasty: The construction of a penis generally includes several procedures that are often performed in tandem. They may include the following: a hysterectomy to remove the uterus, an oophorectomy to remove the ovaries, a vaginectomy to remove the vagina, a phalloplasty to turn a flap of donor skin into a phallus, a scrotectomy to turn the labia majora into a scrotum, a urethroplasty to lengthen and hook up the urethra inside the new phallus, a glansplasty to sculpt the appearance of an uncircumcised penis tip, and a penile implant to allow for erection.
Top surgery: Colloquial phrase to describe gender affirming surgery of the chest — either bilateral mastectomy or breast augmentation.
Vaginal construction/vaginoplasty: A procedure in which surgeons may remove the penis and testes, if still present, and use tissues from the penis to construction the vagina, clitoris and labia.