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Saturday, November 5, 2011

Yes Transmen Teach me a Lesson Will Ya!

I'm highlighting this comment despite it being posted completely off topic:
Although I'm not sure what she means regarding my "power" and despite the rest of the comment not making a bit of sense, she does have one thing right, this blog is NOT for self hating females aka transmen. It is for females interested in loving themselves first and discussing, dissecting and dismantling misogyny and the gender straight jacket second.

So if none of those things are on your list if importances, then by all means move the fuck on!

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  1. Ha! Thanks! That's even more airtime than I could have hoped for.

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  2. You could have posted that yourself as you have posted comments under different names and as anon. It's not hard to figure out!

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  3. "self hating females aka transmen"

    Your bitterness, loud stupidity, and egocentricity brightens my day, Dirt.

    I enjoy how uncomfortable people like us make you in your sick twisted world.

    I LOVE defacing the minds of racists by being black and proud.
    I LOVE defacing the minds of misogynists by being a proud ally to female equality.
    I LOVE defacing the minds of mental midgets such as yourself who bask in the torment of others unlike yourself, by being PROUD of who I am. You'll never know me. Ever.

    Eat it, Dirt.
    Eat it.

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  4. We live in a Decocratic society; so we have freedom of speech which includes any act of seeking, receiving and imparting information or ideas. This blog is for women to discuss gender and how we relate to certain roles in soceity in regards to being female. There is no hate spewed here. Why would any information on this site threaten anyone? Dirt isn't exerting any control of forcefulness on anybody. We all have free will and there are over 182 million websites on the internet. If You don't feel comfortable here there are other places to go. A secure person would never become threatened by anyone else's viewpoint.
    "A successful person is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him or her."

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  5. "It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to." ~W.C. Fields

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  6. Once again.. I will word this differently.. Dirts example is not exactly what I have been saying, but I have been repeating this on this blog.

    I believe I said something along these lines..

    Hey guys.. Quit giving away your power. You are worth more than this. Less is more on this blog. Wipe your feet and move on. You will never change dirts mind nor those like her.

    .........and I suppose it is possible that someone else has stated the same thing. And that is a a good thing. But dirt if you want to see this as taking away your power knock yourself out. What I have been saying is for the guys to quit giving away their power. And to think enough of themselves to not feel the need to explain themselves to you when you are just going to twist things around to suit your wishes anyway.

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  7. what has happened to your once busy blog dirt? Blogs all have a lifespan and it looks like yours is no different than any other once busy blog.

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  8. Hey guys don't give this blog your power. We have our man brains and that's what matters. No one can tell us our brains are not male, that we are not male in brains. As much as they say our bodies are female we know they're not. When we get pap smears they are MAN pap smears. I may not have a prostate but I still get prostate screenings because that is my identity and how I feel inside. This blog can never erase our identity. Stay strong brothers.

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  9. My blog is more read globally than I could have ever dreamed and continues to grow weekly. Whether or not angry young girls who dream of being men comment is of no concern of mine. My concern once again is with dismantling misogyny and the gender straight jacket that inform "trans" ideology.

    Thanks again for not cluttering up this important information posted here, oh wait, you havent stopped commenting...lol Sheesh!

    dirt

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  10. Anon@8:09, My blog has zero to do with your identity, but that pussy between your legs and ears has EVERYTHING to do with it!

    dirt

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  11. "but that pussy between your legs and ears has EVERYTHING to do with it!"

    Talk about gender constraints!! And keeping women in their place!!

    What a crock you are Dirt!!

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  12. Pussy's arent "gendered", they are biology and they are only constraining to those to afraid of non conforming to sex roles because they have pussys!

    MY pussy doesnt limit me!

    dirt

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  13. somehow I think (and hope) 8:09 was being sarcastic (and funny)
    if not, she's pretty darned troubled (and not funny)

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  14. Sex is between your legs and gender is between your ears.

    Gender straight jacket this and that which is just made up words by you. So is the male medical machine. Just words that you made up and your followers use. They mean nothing to me or any other FTM or MTF.

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  15. Wow, the word pussy...just what men think of a woman's vagina.

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  16. Anon 8:09 -

    For the time being trans sceptics are going to be in a position of power because their beliefs are in line with current scientific knowledge. No amount of nutters who make the trans community 'look bad' will contribute as
    much power as reason does.

    That said, if being trans was just an abstract belief like spirituality I would happily say each to their own. Atheists who badger people with faith have way too much time on their hands. But when blood is being spilled in the name of a belief, and when that belief props up a system of oppression then opposition is justified.

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  17. 10:10 yes there's mental illness between your ears and reality between your legs- if it's not an illness why is there a 'treatment' for it? (even though this treatment can never alleviate constant reality and is only for the benefit of society and its twisted perception of what it means to be a man or woman)

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  18. There's something I'd like to adress. I was reading your blog and, again, saw the word "trannification", which is quite insulting. First of all, it's not a word. The correct word is "transition." It is also quite derogatory as it comes from the word "tranny." tranny is a pejorative word for a transsexual. You people keep saying that this blog is not hateful towards a particular group, but you keep using insulting language when refering to them. Interesting...

    GLAAD MEDIA REFERENCE GUIDE - DEFAMATORY LANGUAGE

    GLAAD's Media Reference Guide: A Recource for Journalists, Updated May 2010

    "fag," "faggot," "dyke," "homo," "sodomite," "she-male," "he-she," "it," "shim," "tranny" and similar epithets
    The criteria for using these derogatory terms should be the same as those applied to vulgar epithets used to target other groups: they should not be used except in a direct quote that reveals the bias of the person quoted. So that such words are not given credibility in the media, it is preferred that reporters say, "The person used a derogatory word for a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender person."
    "deviant," "disordered," "dysfunctional," "diseased," "perverted," "destructive" and similar descriptions
    The notion that being gay, lesbian or bisexual is a psychological disorder was discredited by the American Psychological Association and the American Psychiatric Association in the 1970s. Today, words such as "deviant," "diseased" and "disordered" often are used to portray gay people as less than human, mentally ill, or as a danger to society. Words such as these should be avoided in stories about the gay community. If they must be used, they should be quoted directly in a way that clearly reveals the bias of the person being quoted.
    Associating gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people or relationships with pedophilia, child abuse, sexual abuse, bestiality, bigamy, polygamy, adultery and/or incest
    Being gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender is neither synonymous with nor indicative of any ten dency toward pedophilia, child abuse, sexual abuse, bestiality, bigamy, polygamy, adultery and/or incest. Such claims, innuendoes and associations often are used to insinuate that lesbians and gay men pose a threat to society, to families, and to children in particular. Such assertions and insinuations are defamatory and should be avoided, except in direct quotes that clearly reveal the bias of the person quoted.

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  19. I argue on this blog because I find it fascinating. I am not trying to justufy myself.

    Although this blog is a cesspit. It makes me think sometimes about trans identity and the feminist community.

    I'm not giving or recieving power.

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  20. Dirt knows shes being offensive. Shes not even denying that. But then again she can be quite blunt and uses words I wouldn't use. Maybe she's just less eloquent.

    I would never call a lesbian a "dyke!. Or a vagina a "pussy". Or use the word "tranny" in any context.

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  21. To quote the Sleaze Sister's "spic, nigger, faggot, bum, your daughter is one"!

    dirt

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  22. You let any of the above words come out of that white mouth of yours again, Dirt...

    Do it. I dare you.

    I don't care WHO you are quoting, keep those words out of your white ass vocabulary you despicable privileged disgrace to humanity. Who do you think you are?

    I can't wait until the day that you are hauled off to jail and publicly displayed as the grotesque predator that you are.

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  23. I don't agree with the threat but yeah Dirt, regardless of who you're quoting. Shouldn't use those words. Racially offensive coming from a white woman. There's reclaimation but that was not reclaimation.
    That was a child bleating without meaning.

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  24. 12:52 AM (way up top)

    You seem to have much more bitterness than DIrt or any other questioner of transsexual mythology.

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  25. oh I think it's the same person who posted more recently at 2:50- the one who doesn't think anyone is allowed to say or discuss anything unless they're black and queer.

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  26. she was quoting a song from great old film 'times square' - at least that's where i know it from- from the pre-p.c. age of course

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  27. "Wow, the word pussy...just what men think of a woman's vagina."

    Anon at 10:12 AM, I think it is funny that you automatically assume that Dirt is talking about the vagina when she said "pussy". You know, "pussy" also includes the vulva (with clit, labia etc.), and not only the vagina. While thinking "vagina" is all there is about female genitals is rather... haha, what MEN want you to think about female genitals.

    To the transguys starting on pejorative language, racially offensive etc... Really I think all this talking about Dirt's power and privilege and such is actually misguided scorn that is created in you transguys by the patriarchal world of your everyday life. It is the typical attempt to transfer the aggression you are receiving to someone who is less scary that the one you received it from. So transguys, you get smashed by men, because you are maybe not passing, or you remember all that smashing from the times you didn't pass, all the invalidating comments from the men, maybe even physical assault... because come on, men are not only often bad to women, they are also much less forgiving on transpeople in general. Go watch "Boys don't cry". But instead of defending yourself, you take your anger to Dirt's blog. And get all flustered because of some words she wrote. In her own blog which no one forced you to read. And try to fight her. ONLINE. Now that is really courageous.

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  28. Well then if I made a comment saying that "Blacks are inferior to white people" on my blog. Then would I be right because its my blog? Would people be able to say to me that what I said is offensive because its my blog?

    And tbh, I've never had any issues from men about my passing or whatever, I don't think Dirt should be using racially offensive words. I think thats just the decent thing to do. But of course, once again no one here is interested in learning or admitting they're wrong. All they want to be is right, its that stupid human winning complex again.

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  29. Etch... it's called looking for red herrings. Its a sign of desperation.

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  30. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRq4KKVrxW4&feature=related

    dirt

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  31. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFOTY0nj-so&feature=related

    dirt

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  32. "Well then if I made a comment saying that "Blacks are inferior to white people" on my blog."

    Etch, Dirt is not saying that ANYONE is inferior to ANYONE. What I meant is that the transguys who come here try to search for an enemy in a place where there is none, misinterpreting the purpose of the blog and the words written within. Dirt has never said that transmen are INFERIOR to anyone; just that they are victims of a dangerous trend; that what they do to their own bodies is wrong, maybe; that they react angrily to what she writes... Where do you see "inferiority of transguys" among those ideas? Trying to throw the words she says into one pot with racism is simply senseless.

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  33. damn she was quoting a kick-ass and meaningful song from a movie- take it easy pc police
    and there's nothing worse than people who try to 'out-victim' everyone else 'i have more credibility than you because i'm marginalized in this this this and this way'- gee that's great, you're a real hero(ine)

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  34. ""Wow, the word pussy...just what men think of a woman's vagina.""

    Nope, what is offensive when some men use that word is that they use it to describe women. The sort of we all look the same in the dark, we're all just fuck-holes view of women.

    "Although this blog is a cesspit. " Really? Who'd want to voluntarily wallow in a cesspit?

    "Dirt knows shes being offensive. Shes not even denying that..." There is a difference here between saying something JUST to be offensive, and talking about ideas that you know someone else WILL be offended by or find offensive, but discussing it anyway because you think the ideas are important.


    So, as we already know, SOME trans people and trans supporters seem to find ANY doubting of the idea of innate gender, or any suggestions that gender is a constructed load of shite that we should try to eradicate from society -- as OFFENSIVE, and they are OFFENDED. But none of us has a right not to be offended (by voicing ideas).

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  35. @badyke You can be offended by transsexualism all you want, it's not going to change the fact that transsexuality has nothing to do with gender roles or being crazy. Of course, I know for a fact that some transsexuals are not transsexuals, since I was part of a sex-reassignment program where I saw this, but these people would eventually leave on their own. For those who truly are, though, no amount of hatred, misunderstanding, scorn or disapproval will make us stray from our goal because it is simply a matter of life and death, whether you like it or not. Either this society gives us what we need or we blow our
    fucking brains out (I'm speaking for myself here, but I'm sure that many would concur with me.)

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  36. that's some threat to society!
    society sure doesn't give me what i need- i should go stand out on the ledge i guess

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  37. Anon 2:46

    Its entirely possible to feel like it's either transition or death, and not to be different on a neurobiological level like trans theorists claim you are.

    Trans sceptics don't hate transsexuality any more than an athiest hates god.

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  38. It always depends on how much you need something to live. If you can't do without something, you have to make a choice: either be miserable and not do anything with your life and live off the government until you die because you're too fucking depressed to do anything, like it was for me, or end it, or have a sex-change. The choice for me was quite easy. As for transsexuality not being a neurobiological matter, all I can say is that, for me, it had nothing to do with gender roles since my parents or anybody else never made me feel as if I could not do something because I was born female. My parents never
    had a problem with my dressing as a guy or playing with
    just guys or not wanting to do traditionnal "female" things.
    They started having a problem with me when they
    realized just why I was doing that, which was because I felt
    or wanted or wished to be a boy. They did not want me to
    be a boy. They already had one and were very happy to
    have had a girl and wanted to keep her, to my own great detriment. The fact that we had at least one other case
    of transsexuallity in my family, possibly two, and all on my
    mother's side did not help my case( I learned about these family members years after my parents realized how big a problem they had on their hands, probably because they did not want to give me "ideas"... It is also why I believe
    transsexuality to be more biological than anything else.

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  39. Interesting all the so called "transmen" posting on a WOMEN only blog, looks like some arent truly convinced they are "men".

    dirt

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  40. I had a feeling you were going to say that again. If you don't want transmen to post on here, don't talk about us or make your blog a private one. I post responses when I feel the need to, when we are talked about wrongly or disrespecfully. I don't see what's wrong with that. Also, I read your blog mainly because I WANT to know what it is about us that threatens people so much. Why do we bother society so fucking much. After all these years, I still can't figure out why.

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  41. Dirt it's called freedom of speech, what your practicing here on this blog. If you really wanted transmen to stop posting you could. It's common sense also if there is a blog to be believed as attacking certain group that group is going to say something. I see it all the time with tons of different blogs. I see feminist commenting on mysognist blogs and speaking their mind. Your just like the other bloggers complaining about the blog isn't for such group but leave their comments. If trans comments are not welcome delete them like you delete men's comments.

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  42. "As for transsexuality not being a neurobiological matter, all I can say is that, for me, it had nothing to do with gender roles since my parents or anybody else never made me feel as if I could not do something because I was born female."

    Gender roles are enforced outside the home, though. No one gets to escape them.

    "They started having a problem with me when they
    realized just why I was doing that, which was because I felt
    or wanted or wished to be a boy."

    Which tells me that you have internalised gender roles because being a boy has nothing to do with wearing a costume, performing certain mannerisms, etc. Being male is possessing a Y chromosome and male genitalia.

    In order for your theory of innate gender to stand up you are asking me to believe that most of the people I know are trans because they don't love/conform to their expected gender roles. Wouldn't it just save a lot of hassle to say gender is man made and sex is what's between your legs (/in your DNA)

    For the record I believe there would still be a tiny minority of people with neurological disorders and mental illnesses who would feel like parts of their body were 'wrong' but this has nothing to do with 'transsexuality'.

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  43. "Of course, I know for a fact that some transsexuals are not transsexuals, since I was part of a sex-reassignment program where I saw this, but these people would eventually leave on their own. "

    Right, so supposedly there are REAL transsexuals, and others who just BELIEVE they are -- but the trans lobby doesn't need to worry about the uncritical 'you're a man if you say you are' line, because these 'fake' transsexuals will somehow leave of their own accord.

    So why isn't the trans lobby paying a bit morwe attention to these mistaken trasn people, or are they really jus hoping they will 'sort it out for themselves' (fine support there!), or , as I suspect, is that you can't say both 'you're a man if you say you are', AND say 'but some people are mistaken about that' without making the inconsistencies in the trans ideology glaringly obvious to even the slowest of us.....

    "My parents never
    had a problem with my dressing as a guy or playing with
    just guys or not wanting to do traditionnal "female" things."

    Except the very identification of 'dressing as a guy' or traditional female things, shows that you indeed did KNOW the very cultural stereotypes we are talking about -- even if your parents didn't seem to be pushing you one wya or the other, SOCIETY certainly was in that you knew these stereotypes existed.

    It's like a woman saying -- my parents always encouraged me to do whatever I wanted to (hence no social conditioning), whilst then later acknowledging, say, that they never had a female maths teacher.

    "Also, I read your blog mainly because I WANT to know what it is about us that threatens people so much. Why do we bother society so fucking much. After all these years, I still can't figure out why." Society, I dunno, but feminists on here like myself -- because I personally find the trans reliance on some INNATE, in-built, inerradicable gender, that transcends biological sex, to be a deeply offensive and dangerous idea as regards women (and men). Because it assumes that at some fundamental mental level, aside from social conditioning by society etc, that men and women are different as human beings, KNOW they are different -- and then the obvious argument that the reason why society treats men and women differently, and why we have different expectations and social roles ISN'T just because of differences arising from biological reality (women can bear children, men tend to be physically stronger/taller/hairier), but based on this magical innate inner difference. We get treated differently because, as trans gender essentialists would have us believe, fundamentally we ARE different.

    Just think how offensive it would be to say -- black people have a 'black brain', it's different to a 'white brain' etc.............

    I don;t see WHY people are willing to accept this innate gender trash, yet would run a mile if anyone else suggested innate differences based on anything else..........

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  44. Yeah, usual NONSENSE written to try and shut her up. Such as:

    "No, there's no expectation that they will "amputate their genitals". That's not what happens at all anyway, unless you count trans men getting masectomies. However, since they would have been on puberty blockers, they wouldn't develop them"

    So, in what twisted mind does inversion of the penis, removal of the testes, or sewing up the vagina NOT count as 'amputation of the genitals' or at least a sort of surgical genital mutilation that should be classed along with 'classic' female genital mutilation as a harmful cultural practise?

    Maybe they think that since sensitive tissues (tip of penis or clitoris) are supposedly 'retained' and incorporated into the new genitalia, that it doesn't COUNT as FGM?

    And having your breasts removed removed is seen as just lopping off a few lumps of fat and some milk-producing yuckiness that you probably never wanted to USE anyway! No thinking that they are IMPORTANT except for chaps to look at..............

    "The article makes no attempt to understand the issues of ambiguous physical characteristics.." Except trans is different to intersex, idiot poster!

    Anyway, I'm NOT at all sure that puberty blockers are as BENIGN and reversible as some here seem to think, with the idea that just come off them, and puberty just happens a bit late!
    But are the physical changes really delayable like that?

    But when you see that MOST GID kids develop to become NORMAL gay kids, makes you wonder what is REALLY going on here! We've already had trans advocates claiming that MANY dykes are trans anyway, just haven't admitted it, so begins to sound in some quarters as if trans is the proper thing, with associated cure, whilst being GAY is just being in denial about being trans, because BUTCH dykes aren;t proper women, obviously, and camp or sissy boys obviously aren't proper men and would make BETTER women.

    And then trans people claim to be all SURPRISED when lesbians and feminists aren't HAPPY with the new trans, gender-adjusted world they seem to want................

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  45. I dont care if gender roles are inforced outside the home. When I decided in the 4th grade I did not want to play with the girls in gym class because I did not belong there, didn't want to be there, I went to the teacher and I told him I wanted to play with the boys, he shrugged his shoulders and said, "sure", and I did always played with the guys in gym class from then on. Furthermore, I started having these feelings of being a boy whenI was 3 years old at the least, probably earlier, and I was not influenced by anyone outside my home because at that age I still was not going to school and no children came to my home and I did not
    hang out with anyone. And, again, it's not because you lack certain body parts that you are something other than
    who you feel yourself to be. If I used gender clues traditionnaly associated with boys, it was mainlyto show my
    family who I really was, no matter what I had in my pants. When the people around you don't want to acknowledge
    or recognized who you are , you will do the utmost to show
    them, hence my hyper masculinization at that age.
    Children do that in order to developp a firm identity as boys and girls. I wad doing it even more because I wanted
    to be recognized and acknowledge as a guy. You want to scream it on roof tops when people denu who you are and therefore your very existence. How else was I supposed to achieve that otherwise? Hello! Also, I never thought to
    myself, geez, I like doing this and that and those things are
    done mostly by boys so, therefore, I must be a boy. NO, I WAS a boy, so therefore, I did these things because these things were expected of them. Once my identity and body
    started to match more and more my mind after homones,
    gender roles quickly vanished because, at last, I could be without doing. I could do "female things" and not be
    threathen or insecure, just like any boy who go into puberty and, after a few years, is well established and
    secure in his manhood. And, again, this fucking argument
    about genitalia and chromosomes. What are you gonna do if you're involved in an accident and had the misfortune
    of losing your dick, which is, apparently the only thing that makes you a man? What? Are we supposed to call you
    miss from then on? And again, the chromosomes! You
    haven't read anything on kareotyping. For your information, there are xx males, and except for them being
    sterile, they are quite stereotypical boys. Also, if doing the dishes and the laundry was what a majority of boys would have done to show they were boys without having to show their ass, that's what I would have done, because I was a boy. When you are a child, you do what you can to show
    stupid adults who you really are and if stupid adults
    suscribe to these gender roles, well, you do even more of it
    to show these idiots that you're a boy. That's all you can
    do if you're a boy stuck with a pussy. That's what you do
    when you don't take testosterone. Now that I have
    changed, I don't have to play these games anymore. I
    don't take out the trash, I do the dishes. I don't pretend to
    like sports, because I don't ( when my body started to
    change the wrong way, sport didn't interested me anymore,
    nothing did, and from the age of 12 until the age of 20,
    when I finally went to college as a means to get help for my condition, unfortunately, my interest for sports never returned), I wear pink shirt, something I never would have done before transition.

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  46. Continued from previous post

    So, basically, I do what the fuck I want regarless of whether these things are associated with girls or boys. I AM FREE.

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  47. "Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains" Rousseau

    dirt

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  48. " That's all you can
    do if you're a boy stuck with a pussy."

    Boy with a pussy is an oxymoron. Would you take me seriously if I said I was an amputee who had no missing body parts? The fact that you say STUCK with a pussy is a real clue. What you were stuck with was the crapload of expectations that having a vag brings on you. You can proceed one of two ways: dismantle the expectations or get rid of the pussy (or evidence of having a pussy)

    Of course now no one knows you have a pussy you can express the traits you held back before. Society relegates females who do femininity to the position of dumb fucktoy. Sure, the stereotype is the butch girl who is shamed into transition but it's not exactly rocket science to extrapolate why non-butch girls transition either!

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  49. lol pullin' out a Rousseau quote. I know you thought that was probably really clever and insightful, Dirt, but it wasn't. It makes you look like a pretentious douchebag.

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  50. Everybody chill out. Most of what she says on this blog makes sense. I don't always agree with her, but I like her style and her ability to make a clear argument. Good for Dirt.

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  51. "It makes you look like a pretentious douchebag."

    And more of the usual trash. Some people think knowledge is a bad thing, or at least they claim to when it is being used against them.

    "L'homme est né libre, et partout il est dans les fers."

    Now THAT'S pretentious! :-)

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  52. You jusssst had to, didn't you?
    that quote wasn't used against me. whatever. I'd like to know what kind of education Dirt has actually. Just curious.

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  53. I see "Cynthia Lee" posted here. That's a married man who went out dressed like a woman and let men give it to him in the butt. He caught HIV and gave it to his wife. Not only that, now she's all screwed up in the head too, not wanting to be a woman anymore. I guess it makes sense, because if her husband wants to be a woman, and she's now infected with HIV, where does that leave her?

    But isn't that how it goes? The idiot man goes out and pursues his sick fantasy, and the wife ends up paying for it in terms of her health and happiness.

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  54. CL's comments have been deleted as this is a FEMALE only space.

    dirt

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  55. How typical... when a woman says no, ignore her and keep coming. After all, she's "just a woman".

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  56. @ Dirt "Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains" Rousseau


    "L'enfer, c'est les autres."
    Jean-Paul Sartre

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  57. Well, if you said you were an amputee without missing bodyparts, I would say it might be true. After all, you don't seem to proccess and undestand my posts very well. Also, I don't think there was much expectation regarding "my" pussy when I was 3-years-old.

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  58. Continued from previous post. I meant amputee in the head.

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  59. @ Anon 5:31: Classic. "if you disagree with my ideas you must be uninformed."

    FYI "amputee in the head" is known as BIID. There's no shame in calling things what they are.

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  60. Cont. from above, I am quite open about having mental issues but they don't affect my IQ. Let's cut the out the bs where you suggest that I'm mentally incompetent for seeing through weak arguments.

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  61. My arguments are quite clear, based on my on experience, but also based on science. Comparing someone who's transsexual to someone who thinks he's handicapped without being is quite ridiculous.

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  62. but ftm's think they're men without being- not too different

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