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#57 - **anahbell rolled image ** Booty had me like 09/07/2014 on sweet roll 0
#157 - Yeah no dude, I'm not arguing with you. I'm just talking. But …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Would still fuck, no-homo 0
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#158 - ecowolfrb (09/07/2014) [-]
Honestly I wish most transsexuals wouldn't get so hung up on the words and focus more on the way they look and feel. It doesn't really matter what people see you as, even if they only see you as a transsexual. I think deep down most people over -exaggerate how opposed they are to being intimate with a transsexual or trap. I'm sure you know there are leagues of people online who are into it, but if you ask them in person chances are you'll get a different story.

If we could detach the connotation that comes with being LGBTQIA, then there wouldn't be such a bad backlash when someone comes out as, or is romantically involved with those people. In other words, if being with a transsexual wasn't taboo in some ways then there would be less of a need for people to fixate on the terminology of what exactly they are. Don't be ashamed or look down on being or being called a transsexual, it's really ok. Or at least those are my thoughts on the matter
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#163 - anahbell (09/07/2014) [-]
I wish we wouldn't either, but for us.. it's our lives. Cause I mean, imagine if you knew you were male.. you looked it.. everything.. but everyone called you she all the time. It'd really get up your nose, wouldn't it?

It's really not okay, though. This stuff kills people every day. Ever since I was 16 I haven't been comfortable. Not once. There's always something stopping me, it's absolutely wrecking me. Even the little things like when I was on my way home today from my celebration dinner (got my operators) my dad kept saying she and her and I just wanted to leave.. it's like a slap in the face every single time and I know he doesn't mean it. He loves me.. but it's the worst thing because I'm always reminded that I'm fucked because I see it when I look down but having those you love the most in this world bring it up to you makes it hurt worse.

Not only that, but I hate it when people have to flat out tell transfolk that they're not the gender they want to be. Like, dude, we fucking know.. but you don't need to say that to someone. It's like saying to a person in a wheelchair. "Hey, you know.. you'll never be able to walk or run or jump." They fucking know it.. but they don't want to be reminded, so instead you ignore it and work around it. It's the same thing, almost verbatim because transgender is a disability too, that of the mind.
#153 - They refer as lesbians OR gay, both work actually. …  [+] (4 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Would still fuck, no-homo -1
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#156 - ecowolfrb (09/07/2014) [-]
Yes, I'm aware of the struggles people face when it comes to this (not that I struggle with it myself, but it's not hard to imagine). I don't have a problem if someone I personally know asks me to refer to them as "She", I don't disrespect someone on that personal of a matter by not adhering to their wishes. That doesn't mean I, or anyone I know see's that person as a full fledged male or female.

And that's what I mean, biologically. While I could nitpick and say that transgender people can't be women mentally if they "know what they are", I do believe that mentally you absolutely can consider yourself a woman, even spiritually I suppose.

I'm not arguing on opinion. I could go out in public with a shell on my back and scream out "I'm a turtle" but no one would consider me a turtle even if I'm painted green and walk on all fours. That's what I'm saying, I'm saying that biologically, and scientifically there's just no way a transgender person can fully be considered, or live their life 100% as the gender of their desire. They won't have the same privileges, or benefits in life. As unfortunate as it may be, it's simply not the same as being what they refer to as "cis", or male or female.
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#157 - anahbell (09/07/2014) [-]
Yeah no dude, I'm not arguing with you. I'm just talking. But yeah like, the turtle thing.. that's the cool thing about it. Ignorance is bliss. As long as you think everyone thinks you're what you want to be. Your mind will make it a fact. (to itself, only). And in turn that helps the person gain confidence in themselves. Cause I mean, all my friends.. they know about me. They call me by my pronouns and call me Jake but in the back of our minds even my own.. I know I'll never be the way I want to be. It kills me though, cause I mean.. other people. Those who are happy with who they are.. they never had this, they never had to fight for it. I'm so damn jealous it's unreal man.. I'd never wish this on my worst enemy, and all I'm asking (not from you in particular) is for peace and understanding.
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#158 - ecowolfrb (09/07/2014) [-]
Honestly I wish most transsexuals wouldn't get so hung up on the words and focus more on the way they look and feel. It doesn't really matter what people see you as, even if they only see you as a transsexual. I think deep down most people over -exaggerate how opposed they are to being intimate with a transsexual or trap. I'm sure you know there are leagues of people online who are into it, but if you ask them in person chances are you'll get a different story.

If we could detach the connotation that comes with being LGBTQIA, then there wouldn't be such a bad backlash when someone comes out as, or is romantically involved with those people. In other words, if being with a transsexual wasn't taboo in some ways then there would be less of a need for people to fixate on the terminology of what exactly they are. Don't be ashamed or look down on being or being called a transsexual, it's really ok. Or at least those are my thoughts on the matter
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#163 - anahbell (09/07/2014) [-]
I wish we wouldn't either, but for us.. it's our lives. Cause I mean, imagine if you knew you were male.. you looked it.. everything.. but everyone called you she all the time. It'd really get up your nose, wouldn't it?

It's really not okay, though. This stuff kills people every day. Ever since I was 16 I haven't been comfortable. Not once. There's always something stopping me, it's absolutely wrecking me. Even the little things like when I was on my way home today from my celebration dinner (got my operators) my dad kept saying she and her and I just wanted to leave.. it's like a slap in the face every single time and I know he doesn't mean it. He loves me.. but it's the worst thing because I'm always reminded that I'm fucked because I see it when I look down but having those you love the most in this world bring it up to you makes it hurt worse.

Not only that, but I hate it when people have to flat out tell transfolk that they're not the gender they want to be. Like, dude, we fucking know.. but you don't need to say that to someone. It's like saying to a person in a wheelchair. "Hey, you know.. you'll never be able to walk or run or jump." They fucking know it.. but they don't want to be reminded, so instead you ignore it and work around it. It's the same thing, almost verbatim because transgender is a disability too, that of the mind.
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#145 - Except, it IS a female. She is a woman. Maybe not originally a…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Would still fuck, no-homo -1
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#151 - ecowolfrb (09/07/2014) [-]
She identifies as a woman. Women in relationships don't need to refer to themselves as "gay". They don't have an inability to have children, they get periods and down to a biological level they're fundamentally different.

(sorry if using your situation as an example offends you in some way, it is not the intent)

You can look, feel like, and act like a woman. You can truly see yourself as a woman but that doesn't make you a woman, I'm sorry. I don't see this as a bad thing, because I'm sure you'd agree that even if you don't get to say "I'm 100% a woman" it's still better for you than just being a man, isn't it?
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#153 - anahbell (09/07/2014) [-]
They refer as lesbians OR gay, both work actually.


You can look, feel like, and act like a woman and BE one just the same. What makes you woman doesn't have anything to do with what's between your legs. Maybe biologically yes, but I'm talking mentally and spiritually (oh here we go, right?). It's all about what we see ourselves. We don't need other people to tell us, "You're not REALLY a woman though, because you weren't born one and you have a penis." We know what we are, and we can never express to those who aren't in our situations how it feels. Our brains are literally the opposite gender, and it fucking sucks dude. We're trapped in our bodies and trying desperately to get out. And even if you don't see that person as the gender they are, at least show that person some courtesy and call them by what they ask because man.. it's already hell for us, it's a small favor to ask honestly. Everyone is fighting a great battle in some shape or form, why don't we all just try to make it easier on one another?
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#156 - ecowolfrb (09/07/2014) [-]
Yes, I'm aware of the struggles people face when it comes to this (not that I struggle with it myself, but it's not hard to imagine). I don't have a problem if someone I personally know asks me to refer to them as "She", I don't disrespect someone on that personal of a matter by not adhering to their wishes. That doesn't mean I, or anyone I know see's that person as a full fledged male or female.

And that's what I mean, biologically. While I could nitpick and say that transgender people can't be women mentally if they "know what they are", I do believe that mentally you absolutely can consider yourself a woman, even spiritually I suppose.

I'm not arguing on opinion. I could go out in public with a shell on my back and scream out "I'm a turtle" but no one would consider me a turtle even if I'm painted green and walk on all fours. That's what I'm saying, I'm saying that biologically, and scientifically there's just no way a transgender person can fully be considered, or live their life 100% as the gender of their desire. They won't have the same privileges, or benefits in life. As unfortunate as it may be, it's simply not the same as being what they refer to as "cis", or male or female.
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#157 - anahbell (09/07/2014) [-]
Yeah no dude, I'm not arguing with you. I'm just talking. But yeah like, the turtle thing.. that's the cool thing about it. Ignorance is bliss. As long as you think everyone thinks you're what you want to be. Your mind will make it a fact. (to itself, only). And in turn that helps the person gain confidence in themselves. Cause I mean, all my friends.. they know about me. They call me by my pronouns and call me Jake but in the back of our minds even my own.. I know I'll never be the way I want to be. It kills me though, cause I mean.. other people. Those who are happy with who they are.. they never had this, they never had to fight for it. I'm so damn jealous it's unreal man.. I'd never wish this on my worst enemy, and all I'm asking (not from you in particular) is for peace and understanding.
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#158 - ecowolfrb (09/07/2014) [-]
Honestly I wish most transsexuals wouldn't get so hung up on the words and focus more on the way they look and feel. It doesn't really matter what people see you as, even if they only see you as a transsexual. I think deep down most people over -exaggerate how opposed they are to being intimate with a transsexual or trap. I'm sure you know there are leagues of people online who are into it, but if you ask them in person chances are you'll get a different story.

If we could detach the connotation that comes with being LGBTQIA, then there wouldn't be such a bad backlash when someone comes out as, or is romantically involved with those people. In other words, if being with a transsexual wasn't taboo in some ways then there would be less of a need for people to fixate on the terminology of what exactly they are. Don't be ashamed or look down on being or being called a transsexual, it's really ok. Or at least those are my thoughts on the matter
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#163 - anahbell (09/07/2014) [-]
I wish we wouldn't either, but for us.. it's our lives. Cause I mean, imagine if you knew you were male.. you looked it.. everything.. but everyone called you she all the time. It'd really get up your nose, wouldn't it?

It's really not okay, though. This stuff kills people every day. Ever since I was 16 I haven't been comfortable. Not once. There's always something stopping me, it's absolutely wrecking me. Even the little things like when I was on my way home today from my celebration dinner (got my operators) my dad kept saying she and her and I just wanted to leave.. it's like a slap in the face every single time and I know he doesn't mean it. He loves me.. but it's the worst thing because I'm always reminded that I'm fucked because I see it when I look down but having those you love the most in this world bring it up to you makes it hurt worse.

Not only that, but I hate it when people have to flat out tell transfolk that they're not the gender they want to be. Like, dude, we fucking know.. but you don't need to say that to someone. It's like saying to a person in a wheelchair. "Hey, you know.. you'll never be able to walk or run or jump." They fucking know it.. but they don't want to be reminded, so instead you ignore it and work around it. It's the same thing, almost verbatim because transgender is a disability too, that of the mind.
#83 - Transfolk* whoops 08/30/2014 on Phobias 0
#82 - Yooo, me too. Tumblrettes and even some other transfolks make …  [+] (2 new replies) 08/30/2014 on Phobias +1
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#85 - milfordcubicle (08/30/2014) [-]
I'm trans too!
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#83 - anahbell (08/30/2014) [-]
Transfolk* whoops
#52 - I was gunna do it but you did it. 08/29/2014 on Lorde ain't got shit on this +4
#170 - You too, friend. Take care. 08/29/2014 on The kitty truth 0
#163 - It's not sugarcoating anything it's called common courtesy but…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/29/2014 on The kitty truth 0
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#169 - krobeles (08/29/2014) [-]
"I think normalcy is overrated anyway. It's boring" Quite.
If nothing else, we can atleast totally agree on this point.
Have a good one.
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#170 - anahbell (08/29/2014) [-]
You too, friend. Take care.