*DEBATE #3* Alec vs. Charlie Mike on the topic of: Do trans people have the same rights as everyone else in the US?

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Re: *DEBATE #3* Alec vs. Charlie Mike on the topic of: Do trans people have the same rights as everyone else in the US?

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Re: *DEBATE #3* Alec vs. Charlie Mike on the topic of: Do trans people have the same rights as everyone else in the US?

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I give this debate to Alec.

CM was never able to refute this point:

Rights under legal terms are laws granted by the government.

If the government grants #1 the right to not be discriminated against, then that's a right afforded to group #1. If group #2 doesn't have that same protection, then group #2 doesn't receive equal rights.

Trans people can be legally denied healthcare, school opportunities, jobs, military service and hate crime convictions against their perpetrators.

White and black cannot be denied these things based on the color of their skin. Therefore, trans people do not have equal rights.

Outside parties are legally required to provide professional services to black people. Not making it legal requirement to provide the same services to trans people are unequal rights.
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Re: *DEBATE #3* Alec vs. Charlie Mike on the topic of: Do trans people have the same rights as everyone else in the US?

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Docbroke wrote: July 7th, 2021, 9:57 pm I give this debate to Alec.
Damn. Who would have thought that? :roll:
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Re: *DEBATE #3* Alec vs. Charlie Mike on the topic of: Do trans people have the same rights as everyone else in the US?

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fools_gold wrote: July 7th, 2021, 10:15 pm Damn. Who would have thought that? :roll:
Who do you think won and why?
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Re: *DEBATE #3* Alec vs. Charlie Mike on the topic of: Do trans people have the same rights as everyone else in the US?

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Docbroke wrote: July 7th, 2021, 10:45 pm Who do you think won and why?
Where is Charlie Mike ?
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Re: *DEBATE #3* Alec vs. Charlie Mike on the topic of: Do trans people have the same rights as everyone else in the US?

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From what I read, Alec had the better argument. Not every person who joins the military will be in combat arms units. The majority of the military are support troops. If, they can met the basic standards of education, physical and mental fitness, background checks, etc...the US Military is an all voluntary force; therefore they should be given the opportunity to serve.

The rights under law and the rights under the Constitution is the winning argument.
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