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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Trans Trending-Who is Tansitioning




http://www.youtube.com/user/RayDawson99

http://www.youtube.com/user/Storvick

http://www.youtube.com/user/savmw

http://www.youtube.com/user/TwItChMaN495

http://www.youtube.com/user/ArcaneCenotaph

http://www.youtube.com/user/AHarlan907

http://www.youtube.com/user/LifeinTransitYT

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pp2BYVn9QLg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNEor1FpYNA

More supply for misogyny and the male medical machine's demands.

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56 comments:

  1. Breaks my heart, everytime. I can't bear to look at the vids anymore...........

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  2. .... ^ (Is this fool serious)

    Then don't, you intelligent person you.
    Mind your business and get your head out of everyone else's behind.

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  3. I agree with Anon at 1:26 PM.

    If you don't like the videos then by all means don't watch them! No one is forcing you to watch them.
    I am sure no one is sitting there with a gun to your head making you watch these young mens videos...sheesh!

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  4. ".... ^ (Is this fool serious)

    Then don't, you intelligent person you.
    Mind your business and get your head out of everyone else's behind."

    The moral emptiness behind these comments is worrying.

    But the predicatable laissez-faire response from the usual suspects...........

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  5. ha! 'young mens'
    too much
    & often transists even claim that these kids these girls are just experimenting

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  6. BD, it's a lack of empathy. Displayed by children who have not reached mental maturity or those who have been rewarded and 'love-bombed' for maintaining a childish mentality...

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  7. Being shown on this blog in a trans trending post is a rite of passage now for these young transguys. They consider it a badge of honor.

    You do know that right?

    They actually brag about it.

    Just sayin'

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  8. Good to know anon. I'll disregard the emails from several of them today and the several messages they sent to my YT inbox asking to be removed.

    dirt

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  9. Warren Beatty's daughter is also one of the young 'trenders.'

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  10. You always ignore those pleas...

    Don't credit me.

    LOL

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  11. I've taken down any of those who politely ask. Its not like there isnt a huge pool in which to draw from. But if as you say all those posted are proud to be posted here, then here they will stay.

    dirt

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  12. "Warren Beatty's daughter is also one of the young 'trenders.'"

    Looking at her blog, there DOES now seem to be a perception that if non-op is now included as trans, then butch lesbian is practically (or maybe wholly) trans! A mother who wonders if her gay daughter will later transition, which is heteronormativity at its best! A butch dyke who is now wondering (since the category woman doesn't fit her), if she should better describe himself as non-op trans.......

    Either way, trans trying to subsume lesbianism into heteronormativity, and butch is just trans without the balls to loose the boobs...........

    It's what I've been saying, trans is trying to kill off lesbians as women centered women-born-women.

    And does NOTHING really about the gender straightjacket, no matter how much 'Stephen' may protest about non-binary trans and non-op trans.

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  13. This is what the gay and especially lesbian community are failing to see BD. Trans is no friend or ally to us. The male medical machine began transitioning men they THOUGHT were gay as a way to heterosexualize them and transition today exist for largely the same reason. Either to visually heterosexualize or visually "normalize".

    dirt

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  14. Hear Hear BadDyke!!!!

    OMG how many times do I have to tell people I am NOT trans! I'm a butch dyke! And I'm not sure when being just that became such a bad thing.

    It's really just synchronized with society's whole obsession with men in general. It's bad enough to be a just a woman in this world nowadays- but a butch dyke that is just the worst apparently.

    And it's really messed up that people just assume now that if you are a not the norm girly girl you must be trans. Which DOES demonstrate the TREND that it has become.

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  15. well, the Beatty daughter says she's a 'gay' transman but apparently wants to keep her breasts?

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  16. like, she's straight

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  17. According to some genderists, anyone who defies a single gender stereotype, ever, is not male or female but 'genderqueer'. In the LGBT group I used to be part of it was the in thing to call yourself genderqueer. "I like to watch wrestling therefore I cannot be female, but I wear eyeliner so I can't be male, oh I must be genderqueer."

    The next thing you hear is how they want to modify their bodies to match their 'gender' more closely.

    Queer politics have widened the market that those 'doctors' started. It was not enough to target a small section of gay men and women. Queer ideology is the means for marketing transition to any child or teen who discovers queer politics before they find the alternatives.

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  18. ^

    THAT I fully agree with.

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  19. OMG. That is so funny. You finally found me Dirty-Dirt-Dirt. Good job.
    I'm not experimenting though. Aww. :(

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  20. Will sounds pretty mature, I'm sure she's positive that she's really a man inside.

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  21. gotta love how being a 'man' means dressing a certain way and wearing your hair in a certain way

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  22. Being FTM is more than just wearing "mens" clothes and haveing a "man's" haircut. Seriously if that was the case I would just identify as lesbian. My life would be a hell of lot more easier too. Being FTM more deeper than clothing and a haircut. Its not something that any FTM has to explain to anyone either. We dont have to validate ourselves to others to make it "real". Somethings just are just the way it is. Its our life no one else is going to live it for us.

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  23. They all look the same, wear the same things, say the same things, believe the same things...

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  24. Right on Anon @ 9:13am!

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  25. I do feel sorry for these kids:( They seem to all parrot each other, like a weird cult or something.. They think they have no where else to go with their dysphoria but this categorial box of Trans. The youtubing being a desperate attempt to get reinforcement from other trans trenders, to fill the feelings of doubt within themselves?! SAD!!

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  26. But what about those who just...live their lives?

    No youtube.
    No "T changes updates"
    No "3 hours on T videos"
    No ridiculous pictures of topless "muscle" flexing.
    No comparison collages.
    No abrasive rhetoric.
    No constant wallowing in "transness" for the world to see.
    No discussion of PERSONAL items such as packers and binders.
    No arrogant public documentation whatsoever.
    No nothing.

    Just a desire to live comfortably. Justly. Peacefully.

    What about those who live to simply live, is all?

    I truthfully believe that such makes the difference between a "trans trender" and someone who just so happens to be transsexual.

    This truthfully needs to be substantially thought about.

    -C

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  27. No living human "happens to be transsexual". Trans begin as a mental disorder and ends at the end of a needle/knife. There are no happily ever afters when the reasons one develops the trans disorder are not addressed and worked through. So spare us the bullshit.

    dirt

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  28. Forget it, Dirt.

    I was a fool thinking that I could come here and communicate and reason with a civil human being.

    I gave too much credit and for that I humbly apologize.

    -C

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  29. Can't even get your "point" across without cursing at me.

    Jesus.

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  30. No need to call me Jesus, Dirt will do fine.

    dirt

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  31. Dirt another word for queen bitch.

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  32. C - that list you wrote, that was me. I did not feel the need for posturing because I believed so wholeheartedly. Did this make me trans? No. It meant I believed wholeheartedly in something false.

    Would transition have helped me? No, because paranoid delusions originate in the mind, not the body.

    As far as I can see, being trans originates from internalised misogyny and/or a predisposition to psychiatric problems. Neither of these things should carry a stigma, given that they are largely, if not completely unavoidable; but they DO, hence why people cling to nonsensical ideologies.

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  33. Good for you.

    That being said, we can get to the truth here.

    You are a single isolated human being whose personal walk in life bears no reflection whatsoever on another living being.

    Key words you used in your pitch: "me" "I".

    Just because you claim that YOUR attempt to 'transition' stemmed from internalized misogyny and a predisposition to psychiatric problems does not mean that such is so for EVERYONE else in the entire free world. That is nothing but silliness and folly to think that way.

    I believe the word for that is egocentric. I'm sorry to have to call you that, but you have demonstrated such and must work through that trait in yourself.

    Egocentricity is the enemy of knowledge, friend.

    -C

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  34. C- Maybe you are different than the majority of people who identify as trans..You do not feel the need to youtube or "peacock" around like these Trans Trenders. OK, So be it. But if you are so at peace with yourself, why feel the need to scour this blog looking for reasons to defend yourself or anybody else for that matter. Life is too short to be wasting your time looking for approval from a blog that supports women. So in your mind, you are a real man. No disrepect, but Go live your life, enjoy! If you feel so good about who you are, work on your career.. Find your purpose. Leave this arena for women you need the support. Go find your place in the world who emabraces who you are.

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  35. I thank you for your kind and civil reply. My purpose is not to invade this women's space, I truly mean that. My purpose is to stifle incorrect portrayals. These are unjust, my friend. You must see that.

    Imagine yourself, a woman I presume, being discussed...studied...incorrectly generalized and assessed by people who have never met you, spoke with you, or have insight into your or anyone else's being...and continue to perpetuate vitriol and cruel statements about who they "think" you are. Do you not see the disgusting injustice in that? The very ACT of this implies a desire for ownership over you, your decisions...your body, your privacy, your spirit.

    Now imagine the person doing the above was a man.

    I hope with that you can begin to understand the faulty and slanderous foundation on which this blog rests and the justified rage and feeling of violation that such produces.

    I have every right to intervene, women's space or not. I am a peaceful being...though I loath injustice. Especially from those who have also experienced oppression and intolerance. That in itself puts the sharp edge on the boomerang arrow of karma.

    -C

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  36. C- I am a women, and the reason why I come here is to find some solace from the very reasons you stated above..I am constantly judged, misperceived, underestimated and treated like a second class citizen, for the very fact that I am a women. You're preachin to the choir bud.

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  37. I believe in this blog and what it represents. I was rejecting myself and my body because I was internalizing the hatred directed toward me, for the mere fact that I am a female in this society. I happen to support the issues related on this blog, and I do not hate anyone who chooses a different path. I just do not agree with transitioning, i think it is the ultimate rejection to the core of who you are.

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  38. What solace do you find here? The majority of this blog is dedicated to shaming others...accusing strangers of misogyny and psychiatric disorders...

    This blog does just that: judges, misperceives, and silences the very voices that it targets

    What solace do you find here? You seem like a knowledgeable and empathetic woman.That is the equivalent of myself, an African American, finding solace at a blog that aims to help my people through hurting others.

    Yes, there are many misguided young females who confuse themselves with being transsexual, when they are not. That does not mean that we do not exist. We are still a rare phenomena. This "rise in trans trending" is not a coincidence. There are many confused and even lying young women out there who WISH to be men. That does not mean that they are men, no. There again lies the difference.

    The way to help these people is NOT to shame transsexualism and discredit the experience of those who are born with it.

    It is those women who do that list of things that I afore mentioned in my post at 8:07pm who perpetuate the misconceptions...because many of those people are living in falsehood.

    "FTM" is a silly term in itself. I do not claim it, I do not use it, I do not believe in it. It is a nonsensical paradox that makes no sense. And that is the truth of it. Something born female can and will never be male without quotation marks. "Female to male" implies a fraud taking place. And I do not think that it is an accurate exemplification of the transsexual male experience.

    That being said...

    look for the signs. They are there. They distinguish. This blog is handled in a manor of bullying, vitriol, and aggressive bigotry.

    I don't think this blog or its runner care too much about your desire for your place of solace anymore.

    No solace that shames others is ever a solace. It is a mock-solace that is very passable as the real thing. Much like...many other things around here.

    -C

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  39. C-I support this blog and what it represents. Everybody has there own way of expressing their opinions. Just like you, I do not like to be generalized. I do not integrate every single comment on this blog to reinforce what I am. The solace I seek is in the commonality of an experience that I have to deal with on a daily basis, prejudice toward women. I don't always agree with the tactics being used, but it is in the passion of the belief that fuels it. I am not discounting for one second that you truly believe what you believe about yourself. I will never know your soul. I just do not comprehend why someone would reject and punish their bodies for what is in their minds?!

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  40. And yet C, here you are. Were you too not seeking solace within, you wouldnt be here.

    dirt

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  41. I agree Dirt, Seems like C needs to be justified somehow.

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  42. No justification necessary. If I wanted justification, that would imply that I respect you, dirt and Amy. And I do not. Henceforth your presumptuously and immaturely combative claim is again false.

    I RECALL already stating my purpose. If you would have read (if at all) what I said you'd know that...

    And I quote:

    At 4:06pm I CLEARLY stated that "My purpose is to stifle incorrect portrayals."

    I will not respond to any more silliness if you can not even master the simple task of reading.

    Anyway,
    To the Anon I was speaking with, please forgive that rude interruption.

    I thank you for your civility. It speaks magnitudes to the type of human being that you are. You have my respect.

    I will respond to your last inquiry in saying that, in not knowing my soul, as you stated, you know not my spirit as well. That is the grave magnitude of the situation with which I live. It is not as trivial as a matter of body/mind relationship. It is much more internal than that: no punishment involved. I am who I am, is all. That's it. Just like you, friend.

    -C

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  43. I agree C, you are who you are. A female. It is YOU who doesnt seem to accept that. Hence I suspect why you are REALLY here.

    dirt

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  44. Create your own blog then, and you can portray it in in anyway you choose. People that are looking for what you offer will find you. You dont have to come here

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  45. Amy, she obviously comes here out of fear and desperation.

    dirt

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  46. C- Every individual on this planet has their own cross to bear. And we all have to answer to ourselves when all is said and done. I do wish you peace on your journey.

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  47. "The majority of this blog is dedicated to shaming others...accusing strangers of misogyny and psychiatric disorders...

    This blog does just that: judges, misperceives, and silences the very voices that it targets"

    Except what else is going to happen when you present people with the fact that you disagree with their personal interpretation of their experience? Or that you want to present other possible interpretations (such as internalised misogyny, or various psychiatir conditions).

    Is this SHAMING? No. Is it NECESSARY. Hell yes, it it does get across the fact that there ARE other interpretations to those who might be starting on this transition journey.

    Else we'd be stuck with -- we think you're wrong, but we're not going to say so.

    What's so wrong with judging BTW -- we do it all the time, and saying you don't judge/have any opinion of what others do is just the same as saying -- I don't give a flying fuck about others, each to their own, no business of mine etc etc.

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  48. "I hope with that you can begin to understand the faulty and slanderous foundation on which this blog rests and the justified rage and feeling of violation that such produces."

    On one side, we have our ole chums the male medical establishment, willing to drug and carve-up the bodies of young women, AND (even better!), managing to persuade these young women that it is what they really want, and that they are HELPING them.....

    On the other side, we have a blog that points out this possibility. And who is it that gets accused of inciting rage and people feeling violated?

    Let's sat it again -- if only one in a hundred/one in a thousand of these women were actually mistaken about their situation and had surgery unnecessarily, isn't THAT something that the trans crowd ought to be worried about? Seems they're not THAT worried, if even discussing the possibility using publically-available videos as sources of information is classed as violation. I assume that trying to STOP people making mistakes doesn't fit in with the trans ideology..........

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  49. BadDyke,

    who asked you?

    Butt out with your dogmatism. Opinionated piece of work.

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  50. I just want to say anyone who interprets the mention of mental illness as a SHAMING tactic is projecting their own prejudice.

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  51. "who asked you?

    Butt out with your dogmatism. Opinionated piece of work."

    Some here seem too friggin' SCARED of actually thinking about anything for themselves, and just follow the same ole dreary cant.

    But resorting to a polysyllabic version of 'shut up' every five minutes or so is really depressing. Might as well just stick your fingers in your ears and chant 'I'm not LISTENING, can't hear you.......'

    Yeah, I'm mean and nasty, and won't shut up, and you CAN hear me else you wouldn't be so BOTHERED by what I'm saying......... and so unable to actually answer the points raised.

    I did call myself BADdyke after all....

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  52. People have called me n**ger too. I have a problem with it. Do I knock their lights out for it? Yes. That way they don't have the teeth in their head to dare throw that word at another human being.

    With your logic, because i have a problem with that...I truly believe myself to be a n**ger.

    Not true you unimaginable piece of trash.

    Mean and nasty...psh. You're nothing more than a childish bigot choking on her meaningless words at a useless and hateful blog that is nationally known for being just what it is: mean and nasty.

    THe fact that you claim those words as a badge of honor speaks magnitudes. You're a sick dehumanizing oppressor. Nothing more and nothing less. And one day you're going to bite off more than you can chew.

    And it won't be on your rear end in front of a computer screen.

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  53. 2:01 AM - "You have an opinion and racists have opinions, therefore opinions are bad and anyone with an opinion is comparable to a racist."

    Do you hear that noise? Sounds like the bottom of a barrel being scraped.

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  54. "You're a sick dehumanizing oppressor. Nothing more and nothing less. And one day you're going to bite off more than you can chew."

    Empty threats (at least I HOPE they're empty).

    O BOY, the REAL oppressors out there (HINT: it ain't the radical feminists or the lesbians out there beating up trans folk!) must be laughing their socks off at this one! First, getting people themselves to support the gender system to such an extent that they DEMAND hormones and/or surgery if they supposedly don't fit -- that was a stroke of genius. Now, even better, rather than having to deflect criticism of the gender system, the conned themselves are queuing up to take out any who dare question it, stifling debate before it can even get started!

    Trans, the new foot-soldiers of the patriarchy!

    "Not true you unimaginable piece of trash." think a little here -- WHO are the people using this type of language. I didn't call YOU a piece of trash, I just dared to disagree.

    "choking on her meaningless words" The only one choking here is you, choking on your own anger, and unable to see that.

    I don't believe gender is innate, and I think those who do believe it and seek surgery as a result have been conned. That is NOt the same as saying they shouldn't exist, or that they are human beings who deserve our hate -- au contraire, they are victims of the patriarchy, just victims that have been co-opted BY the patriarchy.

    Where is the HATE in anything I have posted? Seriously, WHERE? Think about it before you throw more bile at me.

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  55. She plays the race/privilege card at absolutely every opportunity, that one- obviously laden with 'issues.'

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  56. Thanks for getting my link out there, Dirt. I owe you another one again. :)

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