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#241 - its like 8 pieces you build like a lego board. Easy as … 05/24/2015 on PC Gaming Compilation 0
#24 - amazing how theres no dust  [+] (1 new reply) 04/10/2015 on Cat 61 +1
User avatar #38 - Garblestickleshlop (04/10/2015) [-]
>Be girl
>Spill hair ties behind piece of furniture
>Move furniture to get them and make up story that cat's did it.
#60 - Taco oh Taco taco, BANG ...no taco 04/08/2015 on execution style pranks +1
#165 - To be honest i never thought bill gates was a super villain po…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/03/2015 on He probably owns alot of gates 0
#170 - cccccccccccc (04/03/2015) [-]
Do some research dude I am not going to spoon feed you. He poisons people with vaccins and with Monsanto. If you trust Bill Gates and Monsanto then you are really crazy.
#161 - what in the actual **** are you on about, link me proof…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/03/2015 on He probably owns alot of gates 0
#162 - cccccccccccc (04/03/2015) [-]
Nah too much hassle. If you really cared you would already know about it.
#165 - zenrath (04/03/2015) [-]
To be honest i never thought bill gates was a super villain poisoning innocent no-name hut dwelling africans...for...his...own gain??

Yeah...Well, learn to troll better, this bait i do not rate 8/8, m8.
#170 - cccccccccccc (04/03/2015) [-]
Do some research dude I am not going to spoon feed you. He poisons people with vaccins and with Monsanto. If you trust Bill Gates and Monsanto then you are really crazy.
#109 - Yeah, its really unfair for me to continue with my train of th… 03/31/2015 on I will fucking drop you 0
#101 - You seem level headed, i do and dont understand, one of the gr…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/30/2015 on I will fucking drop you 0
User avatar #103 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Gotta admit, you make some good points! I don't really understand it all myself but can see what you mean, although I don't agree with all of it. I think people who have busy lives and are barely surviving will still have these issues, but they will have many other issues that take priority which may lead to issues like being trans never being realised but they may still affect their lives but just be seen as depression/a breakdown or something else while the cause might not be found.

I stand by what I said though about it not being a choice. It's what's natural for me and it's who I am, there was never a moment where I was having to choose between boy or girl. Living as a boy I just had no hope, drive or sense of identity. I wore the same black and grey clothes all year round, didn't like music, had no real interests or friends and really had no idea what to say when someone asked me about myself as I didn't feel like I knew myself at all. I may not have known I was trans then but I see it as I was operating on the wrong fuel and trying to live life that wasn't mine and I didn't regognise. Then obviously i started figuring things out and everything started to make sense and now I can say I am a proper person. When I first found out about the option of hormone therapy I just cried for ages, I was so happy and it all just felt so right, like I could finally be the same person on the outside that I was on the inside. And that's that it's about at it's core, regardless of the reasons, cause, background etc. Just being able to match your outside to your inside. It feels kind of like I'm a jigsaw that I'm working on and I keep finding more and more pieces. Each change I make, hair, make up, clothing, name, voice, they're all just different pieces of the jigsaw, and one day I'll look at myself and there'll be no more pieces left, I'll be complete
#109 - zenrath (03/31/2015) [-]
Yeah, its really unfair for me to continue with my train of thought/argument/discussion, when something like this is so personal and emotional for you, but not for me.
I havent been in your shoes, so i wont continue with this, as its really unfair for me to continue.
You sure do have alot of conviction about this though!

Best of luck
#98 - Well its unconventional, because as a guy, i cant choose to be…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/30/2015 on I will fucking drop you 0
User avatar #99 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Right, and I can't choose to be male. I can choose to undergo female puberty and surgery and make my body match my head though. My mum was severely anorexic to the point she nearly died so I know all about that and while I don't want to go into it I can say that it is completely different and much more unhealthy and destructive. Gender is your head, sex is your body. People will disagree but that's how I see it. I'm not "assigning a gender", I'm just being who I am in my head, and the way I see it, it's what's in your head that is who you are, not your body parts. I see what you mean about culture etc, issues like this will still have existed all throughout history but with little knowledge on them, nobody would have recognised them. Go back a while and I'd have been locked up in an asylum for it. And then in the future I'm sure we'll have a much different and better understanding of it all.
#101 - zenrath (03/30/2015) [-]
You seem level headed, i do and dont understand, one of the great paradoxes.

In regards to culture, i really think the better our lives get, the more we find problems and the more radical we get. Its really unfair for me to say, but i still believe that whats in your head, in regards to this, isnt innate, its cultural, a choice you made early on, whether intentionally or not, and its since molded you.

I really doubt that the people who have had busy lives, have ever questioned their gender, the people who spend day to day barely surviving, i cant imagine it being an issue, where as now, in this world, its either change gender or DIE (as you yourself put it). It doesnt add up to just being an innate thing, so its all to do with the mind, and thats why many people see it as a mental condition/illness and a choice to not need to change gender.

Sorry for the huge text, and theres no personal hate from me towards you, it really is somewhat interesting. Its cool if you dont reply though, as i know topics like this get pretty upsetting quick, and im seated pretty firmly on the against fence (but again, nothing personal, i see you more as an ideology than a person right now)
User avatar #103 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Gotta admit, you make some good points! I don't really understand it all myself but can see what you mean, although I don't agree with all of it. I think people who have busy lives and are barely surviving will still have these issues, but they will have many other issues that take priority which may lead to issues like being trans never being realised but they may still affect their lives but just be seen as depression/a breakdown or something else while the cause might not be found.

I stand by what I said though about it not being a choice. It's what's natural for me and it's who I am, there was never a moment where I was having to choose between boy or girl. Living as a boy I just had no hope, drive or sense of identity. I wore the same black and grey clothes all year round, didn't like music, had no real interests or friends and really had no idea what to say when someone asked me about myself as I didn't feel like I knew myself at all. I may not have known I was trans then but I see it as I was operating on the wrong fuel and trying to live life that wasn't mine and I didn't regognise. Then obviously i started figuring things out and everything started to make sense and now I can say I am a proper person. When I first found out about the option of hormone therapy I just cried for ages, I was so happy and it all just felt so right, like I could finally be the same person on the outside that I was on the inside. And that's that it's about at it's core, regardless of the reasons, cause, background etc. Just being able to match your outside to your inside. It feels kind of like I'm a jigsaw that I'm working on and I keep finding more and more pieces. Each change I make, hair, make up, clothing, name, voice, they're all just different pieces of the jigsaw, and one day I'll look at myself and there'll be no more pieces left, I'll be complete
#109 - zenrath (03/31/2015) [-]
Yeah, its really unfair for me to continue with my train of thought/argument/discussion, when something like this is so personal and emotional for you, but not for me.
I havent been in your shoes, so i wont continue with this, as its really unfair for me to continue.
You sure do have alot of conviction about this though!

Best of luck
#93 - So let me get this straight, because ive never understood. …  [+] (6 new replies) 03/30/2015 on I will fucking drop you 0
User avatar #94 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
First off, how is female am unconventional gender? It's different for lots of different trans people, for me I'm not changing gender. My gender is female and always has been, I'm changing my body and physical sex. Gender doesn't define me, but I do still have one. Assuming you're male (apologies if not), imagine that everyone saw you as a girl and you were expected to wear girls clothes and had a girls body etc. Sure, you're gender doesn't define you but it still isn't pleasant to be stuck being seen as the wrong one and in the wrong body. It's more than just having girly interests or whatever. It's that constant feeling of dread, that something is wrong. It's wishing you could just stop existing when you look in a mirror. I'm not changing my body and lifestyle to meet stereotypes and be a typical girl, I'm doing it so I can actually feel like I have the right body and actually be happy with myself which isn't something I do a lot of. Being myself means being a girl because that is what I am mentally in my head. And it's very hard being a girl when you have the wrong body.

sorry if I'm not very good at explaining this sort of stuff, I don't get it all and can see it probably all seems weird to someone who isn't trans, but it really is a choice between transitioning or suicide.

#98 - zenrath (03/30/2015) [-]
Well its unconventional, because as a guy, i cant choose to be female and then give birth. Surely thats obvious.

So you also keep mention body and appearance doesnt line up with your perception/desires/interest, is that no like anorexic people? Do they not also wake up in the morning, look at themselves and feel sick, thinking theyre fat?

I guess with the general public, including me, believe theres something much deeper going on, something that breasts and high cheekbones dont really fix. The fact that you can personally assign yourself a gender despite the fact that gender is the definition of reproduction glands, makes it seem as though you have a very selective interpretation of the world. (Probably sounds like irony from your perspective, i know)

If we all became basic again, with little culture and language, farmed and hunted all day, wearing brown sacks of clothing, i dont think a single person would ever feel the need to become transgender, and i guess that ideology is where people like me (the majority) have a hard time understanding and accepting your point of view, that its simply an innate choice/feeling not based upon anything.
User avatar #99 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Right, and I can't choose to be male. I can choose to undergo female puberty and surgery and make my body match my head though. My mum was severely anorexic to the point she nearly died so I know all about that and while I don't want to go into it I can say that it is completely different and much more unhealthy and destructive. Gender is your head, sex is your body. People will disagree but that's how I see it. I'm not "assigning a gender", I'm just being who I am in my head, and the way I see it, it's what's in your head that is who you are, not your body parts. I see what you mean about culture etc, issues like this will still have existed all throughout history but with little knowledge on them, nobody would have recognised them. Go back a while and I'd have been locked up in an asylum for it. And then in the future I'm sure we'll have a much different and better understanding of it all.
#101 - zenrath (03/30/2015) [-]
You seem level headed, i do and dont understand, one of the great paradoxes.

In regards to culture, i really think the better our lives get, the more we find problems and the more radical we get. Its really unfair for me to say, but i still believe that whats in your head, in regards to this, isnt innate, its cultural, a choice you made early on, whether intentionally or not, and its since molded you.

I really doubt that the people who have had busy lives, have ever questioned their gender, the people who spend day to day barely surviving, i cant imagine it being an issue, where as now, in this world, its either change gender or DIE (as you yourself put it). It doesnt add up to just being an innate thing, so its all to do with the mind, and thats why many people see it as a mental condition/illness and a choice to not need to change gender.

Sorry for the huge text, and theres no personal hate from me towards you, it really is somewhat interesting. Its cool if you dont reply though, as i know topics like this get pretty upsetting quick, and im seated pretty firmly on the against fence (but again, nothing personal, i see you more as an ideology than a person right now)
User avatar #103 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Gotta admit, you make some good points! I don't really understand it all myself but can see what you mean, although I don't agree with all of it. I think people who have busy lives and are barely surviving will still have these issues, but they will have many other issues that take priority which may lead to issues like being trans never being realised but they may still affect their lives but just be seen as depression/a breakdown or something else while the cause might not be found.

I stand by what I said though about it not being a choice. It's what's natural for me and it's who I am, there was never a moment where I was having to choose between boy or girl. Living as a boy I just had no hope, drive or sense of identity. I wore the same black and grey clothes all year round, didn't like music, had no real interests or friends and really had no idea what to say when someone asked me about myself as I didn't feel like I knew myself at all. I may not have known I was trans then but I see it as I was operating on the wrong fuel and trying to live life that wasn't mine and I didn't regognise. Then obviously i started figuring things out and everything started to make sense and now I can say I am a proper person. When I first found out about the option of hormone therapy I just cried for ages, I was so happy and it all just felt so right, like I could finally be the same person on the outside that I was on the inside. And that's that it's about at it's core, regardless of the reasons, cause, background etc. Just being able to match your outside to your inside. It feels kind of like I'm a jigsaw that I'm working on and I keep finding more and more pieces. Each change I make, hair, make up, clothing, name, voice, they're all just different pieces of the jigsaw, and one day I'll look at myself and there'll be no more pieces left, I'll be complete
#109 - zenrath (03/31/2015) [-]
Yeah, its really unfair for me to continue with my train of thought/argument/discussion, when something like this is so personal and emotional for you, but not for me.
I havent been in your shoes, so i wont continue with this, as its really unfair for me to continue.
You sure do have alot of conviction about this though!

Best of luck
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