What little girl didn’t dream of growing up to be in Space Force?
Rather than March 31st, April 1st would be a more appropriate day.
In truth, there are two very different types of M-to-Fs, but almost nobody notices that.
There are the highly effeminate homosexual boys, the drag queens and the like. They tend to be of average IQ or lower IQ and fairly nonwhite. I assume there must be plenty of minor celebrities from this morph — e.g., influencers who move a lot of make-up or whatever — but I almost never hear about them because I’m not interested in the things they are interested in.
In contrasted, in logic-powered fields like computer programming, science fiction, special forces, economics, mathematics, etc., you see the occasional member of the other morph: what I call “ex-men,” mostly masculine and heterosexual guys with a transvestite fetish technically known as “autogynephilia.” Rather than be victims of bullies, these guys tend to be huge bullies themselves.
They tend to be above average to brilliant in IQ, white, often Jewish (but maybe not disproportionately to their high IQs), employed in highly male-minded jobs requiring a lot of logical thinking, and generally not nice. They tend to be science fiction fans.
I’ve had to deal with this kind of guy on two separate occasions in my life, and they were all unpleasant personalities, before and after they started wearing dresses. On the other hand, they were ridiculously smart, way smarter than me.
And that’s important because smart people really do have more influence over our culture than dumb people. The horrible problem that our culture is encouraging lots of teenaged girls to have themselves poisoned, mutilated, and sterilized because transgenderism is a fad has a lot to do with very bright ex-men articulating this bogus story. Maybe dad isn’t so sure about his daughter being actually his son, but then he hears Bruce Jenner or the Wachowskis articulating this line of reasoning and, well, maybe his wife and daughter son aren’t as crazy as they seem.
Of course, this Space Force Lt. Col. in a dress is a cliche ex-man, which you can see by reading carefully this Daily Beast article: he was a boy who was obsessed with Star Trek, so he got an engineering degree and grew up to be a guy with a wife and two kids.