I never planned to attack you neither. On the contrary, I truly appreciate the touch of positivity that you infuse in this forum and I don’t have any doubts about your professional/human abilities. If you remember, one of my posts in this thread starts with “I understand your sensitivity”. But beside that, I also expressed my own sensitivity, without trying to impose anything (including to Sammy about the creation of new threads).
I’m perfectly aware about the “social drift” and abuses that you have mentioned, I do agree with that and I’m as sorry as you are, trust me. But that’s why I initially made a precision on one of my posts, saying that I was not referring to the point of view of what I called the “Tumblr community” and the New Age-y trends. My speech was more about the different and multiple gender conceptions that existed (and still exist) within various civilizations all around the world, including the most Ancient ones. My mention of the Aliens was also made according to the same logic, like in the sense of “others”. Many kinds of “others” that we can’t judge only because they don’t fit in Western or even Earthly points of view and visions of life.
But we didn’t find the occasion to discuss further more and calmly because yes, as you say, these are topics prone to passionate positions. I say it for both of us. I felt attacked when I read your comments written directly as “you”, I mean like for example “you can call yourself whatever you want”, despite the fact that I already mentioned that I was a woman. Or the other lines like “don’t try and twist the truth and make it into something else because it fits an agenda, and do not destroy innocent children’s lives because it is fashionable, and don’t expect others to follow a narrative that is built on fear, lies and destruction” and lost patience as well, because I was thinking that these worries and disagreements could have been expressed in another way.
I hope that I made it clearer this time. English is not my primary foreign language, so I’m aware that it can lead to confusions sometimes as well.