Lloyds Bank To Pay For Transgender surgery.

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Its a mad world alright, came across this and I have to wonder why a bank still owned by the British tax payer is allowed to waste tax payers money like this.

Lloyds Bank To Pay For Workers’ Transgender Surgery

Lloyds Banking Group is to offer gender reassignment surgery as a standard part of its private healthcare provision.

The firm, which is partly owned by the British tax payer, will become the first UK bank to offer the surgery after calculating that 830 of its staff do not conform to “gender binaries”.

The banking group, which includes Lloyds Bank, Halifax, Bank of Scotland and Scottish Widows, will offer the service through private healthcare provider Bupa, allowing staff to have the procedure far quicker than on Britain’s socialised National Health Service (NHS).

The bank said in a statement: “The health and wellbeing of all our colleagues is of utmost importance to the group and we are committed to providing them with increasing and inclusive support.”

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/05/07/lloyds-bank-pay-workers-transgender-surgery/
 

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Its a mad world alright, came across this and I have to wonder why a bank still owned by the British tax payer is allowed to waste tax payers money like this.

Lloyds Bank To Pay For Workers’ Transgender Surgery

Lloyds Banking Group is to offer gender reassignment surgery as a standard part of its private healthcare provision.

The firm, which is partly owned by the British tax payer, will become the first UK bank to offer the surgery after calculating that 830 of its staff do not conform to “gender binaries”.

The banking group, which includes Lloyds Bank, Halifax, Bank of Scotland and Scottish Widows, will offer the service through private healthcare provider Bupa, allowing staff to have the procedure far quicker than on Britain’s socialised National Health Service (NHS).

The bank said in a statement: “The health and wellbeing of all our colleagues is of utmost importance to the group and we are committed to providing them with increasing and inclusive support.”

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/05/07/lloyds-bank-pay-workers-transgender-surgery/

I bet Lloyds don't pay for their employees dental care - but cutting their dicks off and giving them falsies, well that's really important.
 
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Glad i dont bank with them, but it is worrying where all this madness is going to end.

I bet you wont see a lloyds branch with transgender staff in a muslim part of the UK.
 

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In a twisted way I am flattered that some men would goes to these lengths to live out a fantasy of being a woman- but at the end of the day they are still men and their whole concept of what it is to be a woman is totally, excuse me, fcuked up.
 

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If any of these men knew what it was really like to be a woman they would run a mile.

Periods every month, the swelling in the ankles with backpain in pregnancy (not to mention giving birth) having to go through the menopause and on top of that having to look after the men in your life!

These wannabes will never know what its like to be a real woman.
 

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In a twisted way I am flattered that some men would goes to these lengths to live out a fantasy of being a woman- but at the end of the day they are still men and their whole concept of what it is to be a woman is totally, excuse me, fcuked up.

I think transgenderism is actually hostility towards women. You see that trannies turn womenhood into an absolute pantomime. They are not behaving as women, but doing a grotesque send up of women. (By the way, the likes of Mylie Cyrus have joined them in this hostile send up of real women. It seems for a women to make it in the media today, she has to behave as if she were a man dressed up as a women).
 

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I think transgenderism is actually hostility towards women. You see that trannies turn womenhood into an absolute pantomime. They are not behaving as women, but doing a grotesque send up of women. (By the way, the likes of Mylie Cyrus have joined them in this hostile send up of real women. It seems for a women to make it in the media today, she has to behave as if she were a man dressed up as a women).
Im in many ways a "girlie girl" but I also have typically "male traits" of aggression (at times) and a tendency towards abstraction. I also grew up in a culture that had a very narrow definition of femininity in a manner that would be hard for someone coming from the ROI to understand or even the CNR in Northern Ireland- I do see this whole craze as enforcing as narrow and actually inorganic idea of what it means to be feminine and a woman.
 

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I think transgenderism is actually hostility towards women. You see that trannies turn womenhood into an absolute pantomime. They are not behaving as women, but doing a grotesque send up of women. (By the way, the likes of Mylie Cyrus have joined them in this hostile send up of real women. It seems for a women to make it in the media today, she has to behave as if she were a man dressed up as a women).
"Panti" mocks and belittles womanhood in a way that if you or I "blacked up" and joked about being the worst stereotype of a black person we would be rightly condemned. Yet somehow "Panti" is acceptable. Why is this? I cant say for sure but it is a question that needs to be asked.
 

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"Panti" mocks and belittles womanhood in a way that if you or I "blacked up" and joked about being the worst stereotype of a black person we would be rightly condemned. Yet somehow "Panti" is acceptable. Why is this? I cant say for sure but it is a question that needs to be asked.

Yes, can you imagine if we went around saying we feel ourselves to be black, and to prove it we only ate chicken and watermelon and did drugs all day.
 
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