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Frank Hovis

Everyday Feminism - lunatic SJWness

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13 hours ago, M S E Refugee said:

Here is Lauren Southern destroying Lacy MacAuley using SJW reasoning.

and how could the protester be sure that all those "dudes" inside the event hadn't self identified as women.

That is apart from the female interviewer who is legally a man.

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For older people with state and company pension age being based on gender (female age 60 and male age 65) then as it's so easy it might be worthwhile realigning and retrospectively claiming the missing years of pension.  

It's going to muck up the statistics about the numbers of males and females in the country but who cares anymore.

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Very interesting point that, I'd have no issue changing my gender if it meant some financial advantage in some way.

So looking up how to do it I find this.... 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-40692782

Basically at the moment you need to be assessed by a panel. What's really interesting however is that between January and March 112 people applied in the UK, so less than 500 a year.

All that shit written daily on the So-Called BBC and other outlets to cater for 500 a year, seems incredibly excessive and really puts a spotlight on how minimal the issue really is. 

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"It's vital that this reform removes the requirements for medical evidence and an intrusive interview panel, and finally allows all trans people to have their gender legally recognised through a simple administrative process."

It's actually raised quite a few questions in my head, what happens for example when I go to the doctors, I've identified as a women now and so the doctors is going to base recommendations, medication etc based on that fact. 

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On 9/4/2017 at 08:18, twocents said:

For older people with state and company pension age being based on gender (female age 60 and male age 65) then as it's so easy it might be worthwhile realigning and retrospectively claiming the missing years of pension.  

It's going to muck up the statistics about the numbers of males and females in the country but who cares anymore.

This could be a massive game changer.  We all need to be pointing this out to our male older relatives.  What do they have to lose?  and five years extra money to gain!

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On 04/09/2017 at 13:18, twocents said:

For older people with state and company pension age being based on gender (female age 60 and male age 65) then as it's so easy it might be worthwhile realigning and retrospectively claiming the missing years of pension.  

It's going to muck up the statistics about the numbers of males and females in the country but who cares anymore.

 

43 minutes ago, wherebee said:

This could be a massive game changer.  We all need to be pointing this out to our male older relatives.  What do they have to lose?  and five years extra money to gain!

That's an opportunity mostly missed.

A woman has to be 64 to retire this year and they've been brought into line by 2019 at 65-66 so it's a lot of faff for getting your state pension one year early.

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/310231/spa-timetable.pdf

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1 hour ago, Frank Hovis said:

 

That's an opportunity mostly missed.

A woman has to be 64 to retire this year and they've been brought into line by 2019 at 65-66 so it's a lot of faff for getting your state pension one year early.

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/310231/spa-timetable.pdf

From the Lauren Southern video for someone in the US it seemed a very easy process to legally become a man and I imagine vice versa - although yes it might still a bit of a faff by the time you've claimed from the pension funds who at the moment might not agree so quickly or easily.    

Whether it's worthwhile around pension age to change to a woman would depend on your particular circumstances but a years worth of a few £thousand might be worth it to some people who are financially squeezed and for someone who is old enough for the 5 years difference to apply (when it did apply) it could be worth retrospectively many £tens of thousands.

It would be worth it alone just to give the pension fund cheats, fraudsters, bilkers and incompetents a bit of a headache even if the claim ultimately failed.

Chop and change gender through your life depending on what is to your advantage at any given point.  

 

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12 minutes ago, twocents said:

From the Lauren Southern video for someone in the US it seemed a very easy process to legally become a man and I imagine vice versa - although yes it might still a bit of a faff by the time you've claimed from the pension funds who at the moment might not agree so quickly or easily.    

Whether it's worthwhile around pension age to change to a woman would depend on your particular circumstances but a years worth of a few £thousand might be worth it to some people who are financially squeezed and for someone who is old enough for the 5 years difference to apply (when it did apply) it could be worth retrospectively many £tens of thousands.

It would be worth it alone just to giving the pension fund cheats, fraudsters, bilkers and incompetents a bit of a headache even if the claim ultimately failed.

Chop and change gender through your life depending on what is to your advantage at any given point.  

Can anyone think of a reason why if you were convicted to a prison sentence in the UK, you wouldn't choose to identify as a woman and try to go to a womans prison?

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4 hours ago, Frank Hovis said:

 

That's an opportunity mostly missed.

A woman has to be 64 to retire this year and they've been brought into line by 2019 at 65-66 so it's a lot of faff for getting your state pension one year early.

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/310231/spa-timetable.pdf

Don't know if it's been mentioned already but might well be advantageous for a man undergoing divorce to suddenly decide they identify as a woman - not sure how long you'd have to keep the Mrs Doubtfire routine going once you'd got custody of the kids though.

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4 hours ago, SNACR said:

Don't know if it's been mentioned already but might well be advantageous for a man undergoing divorce to suddenly decide they identify as a woman - not sure how long you'd have to keep the Mrs Doubtfire routine going once you'd got custody of the kids though.

Then it would be a lesbian relationship/marriage? xD

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