Male Soldiers In Spain Changing Genders To Receive Better Benefits And Higher Pay

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by Tyler Durden
Friday, Mar 08, 2024 - 07:45 AM

Just when you though you've hit "peak transgender", you ain't see nothing yet...

That's because soldiers in Spain are starting to change their genders from male to female to earn benefits that are only available to females, according to a new report from the NY Post

The benefits include higher pay and better sleeping quarters and the gender switch has been made possible due to the military's honoring of a "self-identification law" which was put in place in 2023 to help transgender people. 

The report points out that 41 men in Spain’s north-Africa autonomous city Ceuta now list as female after the law change. Only four have changed their name and a a "majority" of them have kept - wait for it - their male genitals and even their beardsaccording to the report

Army Corporal Roberto Perdigones commented: “On the outside, I feel like a heterosexual man, but on the inside, I am a lesbian. And it is the latter that counts. This is why I made the legal change to become a woman.”

"I'm the bearded lady. What are you, one of the freaks?"

He added: “For changing my gender, I have been told that my pension has gone up because women get more to compensate for inequality. I also get 15 percent more salary for being a mother.”

“I even have a private room in the barracks, all to myself, with a private bathroom. This is because I cannot be with men as I am a woman, and I did not consider it appropriate to be with biological women out of respect for them,” he added. 

The Post reports that the transgender legislation, enacted on December 22, 2022, permits individuals aged 14 and above to alter their identity without requiring psychological or medical assessments, though those between 14 and 16 require consent from parents or guardians.

Children aged 12 and older can change their gender identity with judicial approval. Additionally, Spain's left-wing administration aims to increase female representation in the Guardia Civil and National Police to 40 percent. Conservative critics have labeled these measures as "woke" progressive actions.

“I have already seen several cases among my colleagues, and it is going to increase,” one civil guard source concluded.