Where is the flaw in my argument? (I acknowledge they are there) /Link
Homosexuality upon attraction to traps is undecidable, or, rather, it is governed by Heisenberg's uncertainty principle.
If one, ignorant to the trap's "trapness", feels attracted to them, then for all he knows he is just contemplating the beauty of a feminine figure.
Now consider what happens when one finally observes and is able to decide on the trap's trapness: the word "trap", which implies the observer's potential victimhood of trickery and tomfoolery regarding the trap's sex, no longer applies to the individual of up-till-then sexually misleading features, as the observer now has knowledge of their sex. Thus, the until-then "trap" is no longer one.
From now on, the observer may or may not feel sexually attracted to the other individual; in the case of attraction, and the observer being male, it is pretty fucking gay, but this is irrelevant to the question of whether or not traps are gay, since the individual who is an object of the observer's attraction is no longer a trap, as his sex is now known. As such, the question of whether or not traps are gay remains undecided.
Published on 13 Jan 2018 at 11:49PM