|Tanya Suarez - K.C. Alfred - Union Tribune|
She said she wishes someone at the jail would have talked her through her delusions and convinced her they weren’t real; instead they isolated her.Talk about a failure to take personal responsibility. The story is certainly tragic and painful.
In an interview last December at her family’s home in National City, she emphasized that she wasn’t an addict. She had turned to meth to cope with depression, she said.In fall of 2018, Suarez dropped out of San Diego State University, where she was seven credits short of a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She has ADHD and was struggling with her studies. She felt overwhelmed, she said.But dropping out only hastened her downward spiral. She was hospitalized for attempting suicide.Beauty of America, you can do something incredibly stupid and we will grant you the freedom to do so. Just don't ask us to pay for your horrible decision making. You decided to use meth and you decided to gouge your eyes out. You paid an awful price but you are 100% responsible for your own actions. No deal.
I am a fairly liberal guy but there are times common sense must prevail. It is a fact that some people do not feel comfortable in the biological gender that they were born. I feel for these people, it must be very painful indeed.
But it is completely unfair for those who have y chromosomes and male muscle mass, to transition and then compete in athletic events against biological born females. And some girls are filing suit against the practice. I don't blame them one bit.
A fairly new paper shows that transwomen have a distinct physical advantage against their born female opponents due to a host of reasons including larger bone structure, lung volume, heart size and higher testosterone levels. What sex you identify with is meaningless, your born gender is dictating your performance and it is patently unfair to your competitors.
Chromosomes don't lie.