We don’t affirm a schizophrenic’s hallucinations, we don’t tell people who are depressed that they’re hopeless and better off dead, and we don’t agree with anorexics when they call themselves fat. Participating in someone’s mental illness doesn’t promote healing and it can make things worse, so I don’t understand why gender dysphoria gets a pass.
You are a gifted writer. Your ability to articulate what I'm thinking and feeling, yet unable to express, astounds me. Your wisdom is beyond your years.
Nail. Head. You have such an eloquent way of speaking and I love it. You said everything I've been thinking but can't put to words in a kind way. Bravo!!
Wow…this needs to be an article out on all the main platforms!!
Can't wait to say I knew Savvy when... because you're going places! Your ideas, ability to debate, and express them are not the standard today. Your common sense is far less than common. Thank you for articulating so eloquently so many of us feel and see but just don't have the words to say.
I couldn't agree more with a statement if I tried. Playing to people's ideas of themselves and being responsible for someone else's validation is not a game I want to, or will, play. Thank you for saying this so well. Love your mind!
YES!!!!!! I could cry right now, thank you for this. It is not our job to validate anyones identity. So perfectly put. THANK YOU.
I just love your common sense and way of expressing the TRUTH!
Keep going, girl! You are AWESOME 🥰
This was excellent, really sums it all up so accurately and clearly
So clear. So true. Thank you for putting into words what is so obvious but often hard to describe.
I love your calm brilliance and how great you are at explaining the world around you or just your thoughts. You put big issues into the perfect words — something that I can never seem to manage in order to get my point across!
I don't know that I could have explained that better...love your explanation
Do you listen to Bari Weiss? She had a great episode about how mental health is becoming an identity and how dangerous that is
I love your content so much!! Recently I read a quite popular book in the rom-com genre. I got to a section and the author starts referring to they. I literally had to go back and read the same section twice to try to figure out where the other people were. Nope. Just one person. It so completely threw me and distracted me and pulled me out of the story. It’s ridiculous. This post is so spot on.
Very well said, as always.
I love how you always put things in perspective