Norwegian Man Now Identifies as a Disabled Woman, Uses Wheelchair “Almost All The Time” – Reduxx

A man in Norway is sparking outrage on social media after he was sympathetically interviewed about his decision to begin identifying as a disabled woman.

On October 28, Good Morning Norway (God Morgen Norge, GMN) aired an interview with Jørund Viktoria Alme, 53, an able-bodied male who now identifies as a disabled woman. In the interview, Alme stated that he had always wished he had been born a woman who was paralyzed from the waist down.

TV 2‘s statement on BID, sometimes also called Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID), also referenced a condition called apotmenophilia, which is defined in medical research as “a syndrome in which a person is preoccupied with the desire to amputate a healthy limb.” The term was coined by sexologist John Money in 1977, after he spoke with men who wanted to become amputees because they found the idea sexually arousing. Money is largely credited as having coined the most commonly understood concept of “gender identity.”

[D]espite his wife’s outrage, Alme started dressing as a woman at home, a situation that “became a strain” for her, as she was struggling with a recent cancer diagnosis. Agnes has been open about her difficulties in accepting her husband’s fetishistic behaviors, and has said that she initially “tried to leave” him twice “in despair and grief.”

Vaishnavi Sundar, a filmmaker and women’s rights activist, has spoken with over two dozen women from various countries who have divorced or left their husbands over issues relating to a self-declared “gender identity.”

Her upcoming film, Behind the Looking Glass, will feature interviews with these women, who are sometimes referred to as “trans widows.”

Speaking to Reduxx about Alme, Sundar expressed concern for his wife.

“It’s not unusual for trans-identifying men to claim profound victimhood and demand their wives to play along. In some cases, these men go a bit further by claiming additional levels of marginalization; for example, self-identifying as Jewish, or claiming to suffer from some sort of bodily disability,” Sundar explains.

“It is highly traumatizing for women who are forced to stay in the relationship as it is a form of emotional violence. She’s expected to enact a lie day after day and is punished for daring to challenge it. She is forced to question her own identity in the process and spends the rest of her life as a ‘lesbian’ in some cases. Not to mention providing for his sexual demands and managing the household while he goes off throwing all their savings on clothes, shoes and makeup.”

Source: Norwegian Man Now Identifies as a Disabled Woman, Uses Wheelchair “Almost All The Time” – Reduxx

One thought on “Norwegian Man Now Identifies as a Disabled Woman, Uses Wheelchair “Almost All The Time” – Reduxx”

  1. Well, of course, this is all totally normal.
    Furry’s, ‘women’, ‘men’, disabled, ‘Kermit’.
    We can be anything now and encroach on the private world of everyone making a dangerous nuisance of our selves.

    This truly is enlightenment…

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