Promises I Can Keep
"I think if you show any indications of being an egg, you need to marry someone who's OK with you eventually transitioning. Not because you necessarily will want to transition, but because it's likely enough that you need to plan for it."
"I probably don't actually disagree. Keeping promises is very important. What a betrayal it would be—to take someone to have and to hold, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health—only to throw it all away when the cost curve moves? No. But in the spirit of policy debates not appearing one-sided, I would like to register a note of sadness that we're effectively thereby saying 'eggs don't deserve love.'"
"Eggs can have love, they just add a constraint."
"I don't think you understand the seriousness of 'just' adding a constraint to a search problem that is already very constrained. Constraint: must own unicorn."