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Priceless: Mastercard to Let Trannies Use Pretend Names

by | Jun 18, 2019

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Mastercard’s slogan is Priceless: There are some things money can’t buy, but for everything else, there’s Mastercard. One of the things that money cannot buy is a new gender. No matter the number of surgeries, the extent of cross-dressing, or the name-changes, a man cannot become a woman and a woman cannot become a man. However, Mastercard is willing to play pretend with those who want to act like someone they are not.

Credit cards have always heretofore required individuals to use their legal names. This means that if a man wants to pretend they are a woman, they can go into their local courthouse and give themselves a ridiculous, gender-inapplicable name and that name can appear on their credit card. However, some trannies don’t want to change their legal names but still want a gender-inappropriate alias. Mastercard is here to serve them.

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Mastercard has announced a program that will allow trannies to use their fake names, and ironically, they are calling it the “True Name card.” Of course, it is literally not their true name. The company said on Monday that they’re working with banks to issue cards with fraudulent names to appease the gender-dysphoric and mentally ill.

Raj Seshadri, president of Mastercard United States, said, “What we’re introducing is a card that represents an individual as they truly are.

Again, if objective facts, biological realities, and absolute truth have anything to say about, this is the opposite of what Mastercard is doing. They’re letting people represent themselves as they truly aren’t. Mastercard is letting them go by made-up names that aren’t even legal made-up names.

One wonders if Mastercard will allow its card-holders to identify as those without credit card debt.

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