Click to expand
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
#489 - fatemah (04/21/2013) [-]
But whats this...?
User avatar #492 to #489 - cadaverbox (04/21/2013) [-]
the product of a failed society
User avatar #545 to #489 - Crusader (04/22/2013) [-]
Left - Amputee that had to much pepto-bismol.
Right - Amputee chick with a dick
User avatar #113 - timmywankenobi (04/21/2013) [-]
Meh I don't know why everyone is getting so butthurt about other peoples life choices,gender roles etc. I mean what other folks do with their bodies and lives has no effect on you so why get rustled about it?
#129 to #113 - kanade **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #132 to #129 - timmywankenobi (04/21/2013) [-]
But I didn't do anything ?
User avatar #115 to #113 - joshuaww ONLINE (04/21/2013) [-]
^ Wisest post yet.
User avatar #210 - bitchplzzz (04/21/2013) [-]
To everyone against and for gay rights:

Who cares?
User avatar #547 - cuntbisquits ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
How do I post pictures and gifs? I am fairly knew to FunnyJunk but I've tried many times to post a picture or a gif and it never works.
#548 to #547 - dumerveil has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #554 to #548 - cuntbisquits ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
Oh thank you so much that was confusing me.
#476 - Common Pepe (04/21/2013) [-]
So many people saying sex=/=gender.
If you're a man, you're a man.
If you're a woman, you're a woman.
If you feel you were wrongly assigned, you have a mental disorder.
The end.
#490 to #476 - Common Pepe (04/21/2013) [-]
what is the -mental disorder- causing one to have a gender different to their sex? i dont think you'll find it in any scientific, medical, or psychological journals. personally i like to think that the reason for this is that you are full of ****
like if people really wanna be a boy even though they have a vagina, let them do it and dont be a dick to them. that would be really cool
User avatar #497 to #490 - darkfuzion (04/21/2013) [-]
I think anon is saying that is they think that they should be the opposite gender, which (I think) is different from wanting to be the opposite gender, which is what I got from your comment.
#551 to #497 - Common Pepe (04/22/2013) [-]
no i know what you're talking about
that's called gender dysphoria, most commonly seen as "why couldn't i have been born a girl/boy" and its pretty much the reason for sex changes most of the time
and that is indeed what i was referring to
gender dysphoria isnt professionally listed as a mental disorder anywhere (the point i was making)
and if people have gender dysphoria and would be happier if you treated them as their preferred gender, doing so would be really cool. that was my other point
youre right in that there is a difference between gender dysphoria and "itd be cool to be a boy i guess" but i was talking about gender dysphoria
#553 to #551 - Common Pepe (04/22/2013) [-]
Yes, it would be really cool if I treated them as the gender they want to be identified as, but that doesn't mean there is nothing wrong with them wanting to be identified as something that they aren't.
#491 to #476 - happyphoton (04/21/2013) [-]
Do angry black men read?
The WHO and DSM say gender is a spectrum from Male to female and beyond that. As much as one in 10,000 births are neither male nor female, some are both, some are none, most are one... and within those that are one, none or both are people who identify as straight,gay ,bi or not sexually attracted to anything.

You could have someone with the body of a man but a the brain of a women, someone who was born a women but physically the brain is characteristic of a typical male brain etc etc.
Mental disorders or diseases have to physically affect you detrimentally or cause harm or distress to yourself or others. (Not society)

But by all means hate faggots for another reason, just not that one.
User avatar #508 to #491 - cormy (04/22/2013) [-]
I'm not exactly sure what the purpose of your post was.
#390 - fordun (04/21/2013) [-]
Why isn't there a pair of plain old blue and pink figures up there? I mean i don't agree with transgender persons but iIm tolerant of it. seems like its getting to the point where we are almost advocating for alternative sexualities rather then just being tolerant of it.

Look at the bottom picture. It portrays being straight as boring. I mean it is more of a joke then anything but it does reflect on peoples actual thoughts.

Personally i think it because this generation has a big victim complex. They like to play the victim because it makes one seem more interesting and cultured, even liked. Think about it. Which do you hold a higher opinion of. A World War 2 Veteran or a rich white boy. This generation has learned to respect hardship so much it even admires it.

It could possibly stem from elders and those that have endured hardship using it as a get out of jail free card. "Don't tell me what i do i am your elder and fought in Vietnam", "Respect the troops they risked there lives fighting for your freedom", "Oh look honey at the poor people on TV", "Look at Eminem rapping about when he sold crack for a living or was in a gun fight".

I know of several people who pretend to cut themselves,pretend to have bi-polar disorder, depression, thoughts of suicide. But in reality have no plan to do any of these things and more.

Because sexuality is something people have been prosecuted for for years while only recently has that became semi-accepted people have switched to something more radical. 5 years ago being gay was all the rage. We saw a uprising in metro-sexuality in popular culture.

Now back to how i said becoming transgendered was being advocated more then tolerated. I take this from the number of kids that become transgender. But you say "That is just on the news! Its not real life".
User avatar #414 to #390 - yutakenusername (04/21/2013) [-]
And if people who are transgendered are becoming more accepted in culture nowadays, please tell me, how does this negatively affect your life? Let me tell you, dude. I speak for many gay/trans people when I say that a lot would choose to be straight if they could. A lot of people do say they have "gay pride" nowadays and all of that, which I do agree, it is silly. I think everyone being gay, trans, straight, what the **** ever, should all be treated the same way. I don't think any should be acknowledged more than the other, though obviously that's not an option right now due to all of the gay rights stuff going on. There is still a lot of bullying and harassment going on for gay kids in school or wherever, it's not like every treats it like a party. And I think you'd apparently be surprised by how much hatred there still is towards people who aren't straight.
#435 to #414 - fordun (04/21/2013) [-]
I effects me because when i have kids there might come a time in his young life 5-11 where i have to explain what transgender people are. This could lead to my points being misconstrued and his developing a warped image of sexuality. As a kid we were afraid of gay people. We hated gays and thought there were all dangerous people with some sick twisted mind. We heard of Micheal Jackson molesting little male boys which furthered this point.

Of course we all grew up and realized that is not the case. Mind you this isn't in some backwater hick town i live in Massachusetts arguably in the top 5 most liberal states.

My point is kids should not have to be exposed to things like this while there minds are developing and sexuality is a new concept to them. California which has just made taking gay history classes mandatory. While it is true that there are prominent gay figures in history such as many leaders of China, Rome, and Greece people shouldn't be taught about them just because they are gay. This only furthers this victim culture.

User avatar #437 to #435 - yutakenusername (04/21/2013) [-]
I think it's a lot like forcing black pride upon people. I think people do the gay pride thing and gay history thing because of the past discrimination of it just like black discrimination and it's like affirmative action in a way. People want to make up for it by teaching about it and all, but I think the whole race thing and the gay thing should be treated just like being straight and white. I COMPLETELY agree there, and I think racism and discrimination against gays would only ever be able to stop if people stopped treating them like they're not the norm, and it does further victim the situations by treating them as such. Though I don't think it's bad for a child to learn what being gay or transgendered is at a young age, it doesn't **** up their mind, it just lets them know that there are those kind of people in the world, just like there are straight people who are happy with themselves.
#444 to #437 - fordun (04/21/2013) [-]
Well its good that we could both reach some common ground at least. I do think the situation with blacks is sad. Something needs to be done with there culture so they can stop identifying with being black and submitting to a degenerative urban culture and acting as if acting outside of that is "being white" instead of it being just a responsible person.
User avatar #423 to #414 - yutakenusername (04/21/2013) [-]
#405 to #390 - fordun (04/21/2013) [-]
Well i personally know of 1 student who got a sex change and this was confirmed by staff that works with her/him. I know of another who is rumored to have gotten a sex change. Another who may not have had surgery but dresses as if transgender. And another that says she wants to get a sex change but her parents say "Its just a phase". And i agree with her. I think anyone that wants to change there gender goes against evolutionary principles. And should be treated as a mental illness. But that is just my opinion and as i said i am tolerant. I don't go bashing transgenders and they can do what they want as long as its "not in my backyard".
User avatar #420 to #405 - yutakenusername (04/21/2013) [-]
And I didn't say this above, I don't think you understand that most people like that can't help it. I do realize that some young teenagers may do it for attention (though, many people fail to realize most teenagers just want to fit in with the rest, hell, it's human nature), but most people who feel like they are the opposite sex or who like the opposite sex can't control that in any way. There's no "phase" they are going through, it's how they were born. Perhaps this is an opinion but I can't quite see how it is when I know so many people who have hurt themselves or who have just felt hurt because of their sexual orientation.
User avatar #17 - jimli (04/21/2013) [-]
You ******* morons it's saying that gender identity is more than just a guy that wants to be a girl or vice versa... it's a spectrum, not zero and one
#44 to #17 - Common Pepe (04/21/2013) [-]
This whole comment section is really depressing me. You're right.
#33 - sundanceholiday **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #34 to #33 - nevrit (04/21/2013) [-]
Some of the examples are bs, but what about the chicks who are born with dicks? Or the guys born with twats?
#48 to #34 - juha (04/21/2013) [-]

its really easy
User avatar #102 to #48 - sepheroth (04/21/2013) [-]
Why not both?
User avatar #52 to #34 - durkadurka (04/21/2013) [-]
The Y chromosome determines gender.
#37 to #34 - sundanceholiday **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #40 to #37 - nevrit (04/21/2013) [-]
I'm also done, don't comment back
#36 to #34 - sundanceholiday **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #38 to #36 - nevrit (04/21/2013) [-]
That has nothing to do with the answer I gave. Regardless of it being a genetic mistake, would you call a dick girl a dude, or a pussy guy a bitch?
#41 to #38 - sundanceholiday **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#11 - Common Pepe (04/21/2013) [-]
It is talking about gender identity in couples not sexual orientation.
User avatar #514 - I Am Monkey (04/22/2013) [-]
I support gay rights and whatnot, but "transgender" isn't a third gender, it's a disorder. It's either a genetic disorder were you are born with two sets of sex organs or it's a mental disorder were you think you're a woman born in a mans body or some ******** . It pisses me off when people try to act like it's normal and piggyback their cause with the rest of the gay rights movement. There's nothing natural about having tens of thousands of dollars of plastic surgery to make yourself look like the opposite sex.
User avatar #552 to #514 - MysticTomatoe ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
glorious blue name master race
#546 to #514 - princessren has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #544 to #514 - Crusader (04/22/2013) [-]
For them though, it's not plastic surgery to look normal, it's corrective surgery.
Like if you have an extra finger, and you have surgery to remove it.
That is what transgenders believe.
#535 to #514 - clevergurl (04/22/2013) [-]
^^^^^^^^^ this right here, exactly, btw I'm actually gay, and approve your message
^^^^^^^^^ this right here, exactly, btw I'm actually gay, and approve your message
User avatar #521 to #514 - dblej (04/22/2013) [-]
While I agree with you for the most part, I think disorder is a bit strong of a term to be used here because it makes a strong statement that there's something wrong with them mentally and physically. One thing you didn't take into consideration was the fact that some people have surgery as babies due to their parents believing that they were the opposite sex due to a tiny penis or a large clitoris. This causes them to have been born one sex and to mentally be that gender, but physically be another and it's in no way their fault.
#525 to #521 - Common Pepe (04/22/2013) [-]
I think you're making a stronger statement there there is nothing wrong with them mentally. You approach it as if it's a completely normal thing, when in reality it is not. You take extremely isolated incidents and present them as a blanket coverage of the entire issue, as if every transgender person is simply the product of a mis-diagnosis at birth.
User avatar #530 to #525 - dblej (04/22/2013) [-]
You're right and I thank you for pointing that out to me. There are many types of transexual people and while the one I listed is one of the more common ones there are others. There are tribes in lesser developed countries where girls will be raised and upon reaching puberty their hormones spurr on the development of penis and other male organs making their sex obvious. This is a natural occurrence within that specific society and they treat it very normally. Hormones have been found to play a large role in this process and certain birth control medications have been found to lead to higher rates of children that identify as the opposite sex. Typically if by age 5 or 6 if a child adamantly declares themselves to be the other sex they'll grow up to be transexual. Again these are just the ones I'm more familiar with, but I hope that does clear up the issue a bit.
User avatar #154 - cullenatorguy (04/21/2013) [-]
Why is there not a person completely blue or completely pink? It asks which one we identify with most, so isn't there one for those of us who feel/look like only one gender?

Why is this post so hateful for people who aren't gay, bi, or transgender? This needs to be taken down.
User avatar #108 - iliekcereal (04/21/2013) [-]

The most ignorant Funnyjunk comment section ever.

Proceed with caution, extreme rustling of jimmies may occur
User avatar #564 - sirvarayne ONLINE (04/22/2013) [-]
In the fifth one I can guess you can say that the woman "wears the pants"
User avatar #561 - zonedguru (04/22/2013) [-]
You twats realize how gay you are
User avatar #506 - nightmarecorpse (04/22/2013) [-]
As far as I am aware, you can be straight, bisexual, homosexual, or asexual? other things people have told me don't seem to fit the actual definition of what sexuality is, so i don't see how there could be so many. Unless of course there are a bunch of weird ass hipster underground sexualities that people are trying to identify with just for the sake of being different. Not trying to be ignorant.
User avatar #512 to #506 - awesomenessdefined (04/22/2013) [-]

The new bisexuals, apparently. Cringe every time I here them say it's a real thing, and not just edgy bisexuality.
User avatar #516 to #512 - dblej (04/22/2013) [-]
Pansexuality is more along the lines of being personality based. Bisexuals tend to be predominantly attracted to one sex over the other.
User avatar #518 to #516 - awesomenessdefined (04/22/2013) [-]
So what I'm hearing is, bisexuality isn't a real thing, just people who like to experiment.

Correct me if I'm wrong, though.
User avatar #526 to #518 - dblej (04/22/2013) [-]
Yes and no. There are certainly some people, mainly the young teenage girls, who only claim to be bisexual after experimenting one time. However, there are people who are genuinely attracted to males and females. The difference between this and pansexuality is that they aren't attracted solely by personality. Typically they are also not attracted to trans individuals, although that depends on the features of the person in question and the tastes of the Bisexual.
#515 to #506 - dblej (04/22/2013) [-]
The whole idea behind this is Gender Identity not sexual orientation. Gender identity is how you perceive what gender you view yourself as being. Gender is the mental aspect of it, while sex is the physical. These are typically the Trans individuals whose gender identity doesn't match their sex. There's also the term Genderqueer and that's a blanket term used to describe anyone who doesn't fit into the mental male or female binary. A man who identifies as a woman still fits into this binary because he views himself as being a female which is one of the two accepted gender roles. That's the jist of gender identity. As for sexuality, you for the most part had it right. You did leave out another widespread orientation which is Pansexuality. Pansexuals aren't attracted to a person based on their gender like you or I are attracted to predominantly males, females, or both in the case of bisexuals. Pansexuals are more attracted to the personality of the individual and don't care if the person is male, female, trans, or genderqueer. There are people who don't feel like they don't fit into these categories and though I don't know any of them, I'd say there are some that want to be different and there are those who genuinely don't feel like they belong to any established gender. I hope this helps because this is the only practical use I've found for my human sexuality class so far. Here's a puppy for reading.
User avatar #513 to #506 - alexthebest (04/22/2013) [-]
The pic is referring to gender identity, but as for your question, I would imagine there are in-betweens. Maybe someone is gay but find the occasional woman attractive and may have dated one or two. I also heard about people who aren't physically attracted to anyone until they get to know them on a really personal, emotional level.
User avatar #519 to #513 - awesomenessdefined (04/22/2013) [-]
I think that's called falling in love.
User avatar #523 to #519 - alexthebest (04/22/2013) [-]
But to not be attracted to anyone at all until you get to know someone?
User avatar #524 to #523 - awesomenessdefined (04/22/2013) [-]
Kinda i guess. Imagine a really fat chick or something.
#134 - DrollHumor ONLINE (04/21/2013) [-]
I think I'm pink body,  blue head.
I think I'm pink body, blue head.
User avatar #248 to #134 - thatnerdyguy (04/21/2013) [-]
The fact that you're on FunnyJunk supports that.
User avatar #339 to #248 - mayormilkman (04/21/2013) [-]
What does that even mean?
User avatar #353 to #339 - thatnerdyguy (04/21/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure what she was basically saying is that she has the mind of a guy.
FJ is mostly guys.
User avatar #359 to #353 - mayormilkman (04/21/2013) [-]
... now I understand.
User avatar #362 to #359 - thatnerdyguy (04/21/2013) [-]
Good. Knowing is half the battle.
User avatar #304 - mrfourtysevenman (04/21/2013) [-]
#227 - sarcasticone (04/21/2013) [-]
mfw the comments in this here section.

It's glorious, you learn more crap everyday here.

blue body and pink arm is me ...

I touch myself a lot.
#101 - princessren has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #87 - therealtjthemedic (04/21/2013) [-]
tfw no straight relashionship on chart
 Friends (0)