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Monday, May 14, 2012

Trans Trending-Who is Transitioning



http://www.youtube.com/user/Ppsican (age 23)

http://www.youtube.com/user/1emarob (age 22)

http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCupSIwS2Fv1Py55MsKpaoOw (age 23)


http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjHSU1VEc7An_4l5hTWGo2w (age 23)

http://www.youtube.com/user/kaydenk10 (age 18)

http://www.youtube.com/user/BayskiC (age 17)

http://www.youtube.com/user/MegaHeyMickey (Age unknown)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9gTJlqXdCs&list=UUBQdsQr5eeyce-MBpwbP_JQ&index=1&feature=plcp (Age unknown)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_DWalivViY&list=UUBQdsQr5eeyce-MBpwbP_JQ&index=2&feature=plcp (Age 18)


Males have long feared and long desired to rid the world of lesbians, with the help of the male medical machine seems they are finally getting what they wanted.

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  1. Is there a country where this has been going on and we can see what to expect down the road? Like, can we bounce back and take care of our wounded girls years from now. I looked at that new set of victims and it's so fucking heartbreaking. I dont know what to say anymore.

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  2. #8 is especially tragic to me, because she's a world class beauty and incredibly bright and articulate. She has a tumblr that's actually worth reading. It feels like more of a loss to watch someone like her rejecting her female body, because she's so unlike the inarticulate and disturbed young women who usually make these videos. She's 19, according to her tumblr.

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  3. Anon@12:21, say No anon and say it loud. It is the one thing thus far no one is saying.

    And there is no bouncing back from a body permanently mutilated.

    dirt

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  4. Trans people are too good?
    Just being 'trans' makes someone automatically 'good?'
    (and once they think they 'transition' they're joyously happy forever, right?)

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  5. (I posted the above comment in reply to the since-deleted comment which said that 'trans people are too good' to engage in this conversation)

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  6. Oops, my bad. I meant to say that trans people are generally acutely aware that *your* marginalization is the root cause of your fear and stupidity. You are literally *unable* to comprehend the reality that we are not your enemies, or victims, or mislead, or going to disappear. So, I forgive you in the same way I forgive stupid, racist, homophobic people born in the South who have no access to other ways of thinking. You have to *live* inside the box you create with your hatred.

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  7. Number 8 here. I'd appreciate it if you removed at least my link and my face from your blog.

    @ the anon who commented on me. I appreciate that you said I'm bright and articulate. However, because of people like you and other annoying folk, I will most likely be deleting my tumblr and youtube videos. A warning to you guys here, if you message me on any of my online profiles, you will be blocked. And I don't appreciate you referring to me as "she". That's incredibly disrespectful.

    Of course I dislike my body, when I feel like it's the wrong body. I guess you guys here don't understand that here and going into that is another story. I'm sure you have talked to plenty of trans people but have chose to keep your minds closed.

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  8. Actually number 8, most of us know precisely how you feel hence the reason for this blog. And I remove nothing.

    dirt

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  9. Dirt your arrogance is disgusting.

    It literally wreaks of shit. Your mother must be so proud...

    Your life is so meaningless that its almost sad; and you have the audacity to be arrogant when someone has kindly and respectfully asked you to remove a STOLEN picture and link?

    I hope that you are persecuted for all of this some day.

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  10. You guys seriously. IM A TRANS READER and even I think it makes people look stupid when they ask for their picture to be taken down and try to say its stolen. You took this risk when you put these things on the internet to begin with. It's not illegal.

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  11. And I also don't understand why you all wish bad things for Dirt like it's actually going to matter in her life what you think. Do you have any idea how many hateful comments she gets? People try to hack into her email on a weekly basis practically. I really don't think it's magically going to phase her all of a sudden.

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  12. Arrogant is something I've never been, not as a child and certainly not as an adult. It serves no purpose, and I'm all purpose.

    Utilizing YTs in order to save/change lives and help create a better, less self hating world for females is purposeful. That some may dislike their YT's lending themselves to this endeavor, is not my concern.

    If these young women cannot even see, nor deal with the potential consequences their YT's hold, should they be embarking on a life full of permanent mutilative surgeries and having to live on a drug the rest of their lives that may literally kill them??

    dirt

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  13. If you can't handle someone legally using something you posted, you probably shouldn't be on the internet let alone medically transition.

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  14. And also, the fact that she is providing the link is far from stealing. She never claimed these pictures as her own.

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  15. transsexuals always assume that questioning the theories behind Transism and its growing numbers is wanting people to 'disappear' - so strange, but of course they have a mental illness right? no, apparently the Brain is right, the whole rest of the body is 'wrong'- anyway, they're defective in at least one way or they wouldn't need 'correction'- this has nothing in common with being homosexual.

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  16. I cannot begin to express how deeply saddened I am by this blog.

    Before I get into my spiel, please allow me to say a few remarks about myself so readers can understand where my perspective is coming from.

    I think what upsets me the most is that this site reminds me so much of the transphobic person I use to be. When I first came out about my attraction toward women, I identified heavily as a lipstick lesbian who wanted absolutely nothing to do with hyper-masculine women, let alone transmen. My perspective on transmen mirrored the ignorant and hurtful comments posted by dirt and other readers on this blog.

    After getting my graduate certificate in LGBT studies, participating in several years of LGBTQ activism, including Congressional hearings and serving in both elected and appointed leadership positions, and after working side by side with every letter in the alphabet soup of sexual orientation and gender identity, I learned the most valuable lesson in queer welfare and political activism:

    Everyone has the right to identify as they please and all judgments about one's identity will irreparably cause harm to their own identity. Separating a group of people based on personal and anecdotal perceptions will severe ties to their membership to the community and misguide the purpose of the formation of the community. The symbol of the rainbow was coined by the queer community by the pioneers of this movement, and was originally meant to capture all sexual and gendered walks of life rendered as deviant to society. Today, it is our responsibility to carry on this message of encompassing identities and PROGRESS with the community so we can continue to educate and progress our greater society.

    Before someone posts the next phobic remark, I invite you to challenge yourself by asking this question: who are WE really fighting and what are WE really fighting for?

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  17. Um, yeah, we get it 3:47, you spent years being brainwashed by the Cult of Queer.

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  18. Having some post up links to my youtube and a photo of my face has nothing to do with medically transitioning.

    I see you won't remove it, dirt. I'm not surprised. It's unfair though, since I have the right to remove my youtube videos and photos of myself, and you are removing that right by posting this up on your trans hate blog.

    I get that you, as someone who isn't trans, won't be able to understand what it's like for a lot of us but you're just being a straight up ignorant asshole. Whatever though, I got better things to care about than old sour bitch posting about me on their blog. Get a life.

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  19. Clearly the only sour grapes is your immature whining because you cannot get your way and you were too ignorant to see any consequence of your actions. This is a good lesson for you to learn.

    dirt

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  20. Anon@3:47am, Females are "hyper masculine" or any variation of "masculine", it is a biological impossibility.

    Try pulling your head out of the Gender Straight Jacket and get some fresh air to your brain or as Marat said in Marat/Sade "the important thing is, to pull yourself up by your own hair, turn yourself inside out, and see the whole world through fresh eyes"!

    dirt

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  21. "Everyone has the right to identify as they please and all judgments about one's identity will irreparably cause harm to their own identity."

    Try this on for size:

    As a 'bio-sexualist' my identity as a female is based on the reproductive system and chromosomes I possess. Each time a science-phobe questions the existance of biological sex, my identity is being irreparably harmed. Such science-phobic opinions constitute hate speech and should be silenced.

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  22. Dirt, #8 is threatening to reveal your home address on her tumblr, and is encouraging her followers to use the information. For that reason, I feel justified in naming her blog, nearlyace@tumblr.com, so you can read it. I'm the same commenter who first mentioned that transitioner, and didn't name her blog, but now it's necessary. I won't mind if you delete this comment, but you should take a look at the mess over there. Too bad she's taking it like this.

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  23. "Everyone has the right to identify as they please and all judgments about one's identity will irreparably cause harm to their own identity"

    What sort of twisted nonsense IS this? Yes, I agree with the first bit, everyone can identify as whatever the hell they want, if they insist on doing so, but the second part?

    ....and you're not allowed to disagree EVER about ANYTHING because it causes IRREPARABLE harm?

    And how do you cause harm to an identity? I'm clear on physical harm, mental harm etc, but thou shalt shut up just in case someone gets a bit ANNOYED or UPSET, or feels dis-respected?

    So, let's try this for size -- I hereby declare that I IDENTIFY as a gender atheist -- can't help it, my brain made me that way. It's my IDENTITY okay? I then have an inalienable right to EXPRESS that identity, by saying 'innate gender doesn't EXIST' whenever the hell I feel like it.

    Tyring to STOP me from saying that, on the grounds that it's transphobic, will cause irreparable harm to my IDENTITY as a gender atheist...................

    SO there.

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  24. "Too bad she's taking it like this."

    My daddy always said, " Don't get in a pissin' match with a skunk."

    Dirt started this bullshit and she deserves what she gets.

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    1. where do you draw the line when it comes to 'what she gets?'

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  25. girls thinking they're 'supposed to be male'- now THAT'S bullshit!

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  26. Ha, well im certainly not going to drive my ass to the suburbs of to Detroit to take out such a worthless crap-bag because I can use my words. But if someone else chooses a different path, I'd have to agree that she invited it. There is no anonymity allowed for her targets, so there will be none for her.

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  27. Do you know someone from Detroit?

    dirt

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  28. Woah. The location of the people in those videos is not made public here. All Dirt does is link videos. If you want tit for tat, link a YT vid of DIrt on your own blog and analyse it however you want (theres a few blogs that already do this.) Threatening to publish information about Dirts whereabouts to enable violence against her is not a measured response. Its not the response of a lucid mind, more like someone who is drug dependant and has had their gear taken away.

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  29. She deserves to be 'taken out?' Like, murdered?
    Interesting.
    I've yet to hear ANY trans-sceptic saying that Transists should be killed.
    Maybe some straight men think that way, who think that transsexuals are some extreme form of 'gay'- the belief that I personally am trying to speak out against.

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  30. You clearly have no insight into their lives.
    You are total scum, I can't believe your wasting your time to discriminate against people that have never done anything to you. It's because of people like you who spread the hate so many of the LBGT community are harrassed, abused and murdered.
    You are dirt!

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  31. Nice Jewish DykeMay 20, 2012 at 1:52 AM

    @ BadDyke:

    “how do you cause harm to an identity?”

    By harming the person attached to the identity:

    "a World Health Organization report, released on Thursday, calls [gay "curing"] therapy 'a serious threat to the health and well-being — even the lives — of affected people.'” (From http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/19/health/dr-robert-l-spitzer-noted-psychiatrist-apologizes-for-study-on-gay-cure.html?pagewanted=3&_r=1)

    Identity - whatever it is - is a HUGE part of being human, and it CAN be life-threatening to cruelly and coldly dismiss/deny/judge people’s identities, especially towards those who are more vulnerable, insecure and less confident than people like #8.

    @ Anon 3:47 (May 17):

    I appreciated your post. I’m having all sorts of emotions about this blog too.

    In my younger, dumber, less aware daze, I participated in some online trans-meanness, which I deeply regret. It wasn’t about *them*, it was about me being an arrogant asshole which was just a cover up for a wounded me. I have my own ideas/politics/theories about trans, but that will never override my basic human desire and intention to be treated respectfully and treat others the same way. Nor will I let my trans “politics” override the love I have for the beautiful trans people in my life, just as I hope their trans identity and politics won’t override their love for me. It’s a tricky, complicated dance, but one that can happen if both parties strive to consistently respect each other and their friendship.

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  32. Reality isnt the enemy, and enabling a faux identity by drugs and mutilations is not only cruel it is inFUCKINGhuman!

    dirt

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  33. If it weren't for this blog and Gendertrender, I'd be completely unaware of how young some of these transitioners are. Like most people, I had thought of that community as the adult hipsters I've seen. Only by reading blogs like this and watching the youtubes, have I learned what's going on. This is child abuse. I've shared this info with others. No one is trying to hurt these kids, it's just that people have to know what's going on, and how will anyone understand the problem if they don't see the videos, which aren't private, they're accessible to everyone.

    BTW, #8 has been recently diagnosed with Asperger's, and if her family and doctors allow her to transition without first addressing that, they are grossly negligent. This is probably the case with most of those kids, who have obvious mannerisms that indicate emotional problems. But why call attention to that...that's unsupportive. We must ignore the pathology and support whatever any teenager wants to do.

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  34. No. 8 here. I have not been diagnosed with aspergers. I am amazed that someone who hates on trans men spends a considerable amount of time on my blog. I am also aware that you have sent anonymous questions to me, and suggest you actually come off anon if you want to talk in future. I actually find it funny that I'm so relevant on this blog right now. Now I can brag to all my trans friends about how internet famous and popular I am among trans haters... wooo.

    By the way Lynn, you've made it rather apparent that you're dying to transition. Best of luck with working out your gender identity issues. Don't be too hard on yourself, eh.

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  35. "This is probably the case with most of those kids, who have obvious mannerisms that indicate emotional problems. But why call attention to that...that's unsupportive. We must ignore the pathology and support whatever any teenager wants to do"

    I was 'okayed' by psychiatrists as having legit GID aged 21. This was despite admitting self harm, a family history of paranoid mental illness, being a user of recreational drugs who'd had severe delusional episodes since taking drugs, and estranged from one of my parents *who was obsessed with having a male child and reffered to me as his son from birth to 4 yrs old*

    I told the truth because I was desperate to get help, not desperate for transition necessarily. Anyone desperate to transition has access to pages of tips on how to fast track themselves onto hormones by lying to shrinks - not that you have to - as long as they tick enough boxes on their little GID diagnosis sheet, they are absolved of
    responsibility.

    Its a god damn circus.

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  36. "Identity - whatever it is - is a HUGE part of being human, and it CAN be life-threatening to cruelly and coldly dismiss/deny/judge people’s identities, especially towards those who are more vulnerable, insecure and less confident than people like #8."

    In that case let me draw your attention to the young teenage girls who go online to find answers because they are 'girls who don't feel normal and don't like the way they're being treated' - and are then told - maybe you are not really a girl, maybe you are male. How is this not coldy dismissing what they know to be true (their biology, their unhappiness with the status quo) for the sake of pushing queer theory?

    Why is it ok to push innate gender theory on kids but heinous and 'damaging' to suggest how else gender identities can develop?

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  37. Number 8, I do not pathologically hate myself or my body and I have NEVER subscribed to the GSJ. But given you clearly are a subscriber, your comments arent at all surprising. Try thinking outside of the GSJ, you just may recognize a friend then next time you look into the mirror.

    dirt

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  38. Anon@11:35pm, Gays and Lesbians are murdered because of homophobia and homophobia is built on the foundation of misogyny.

    As a powerful figure who works tirelessly to challenge and dismantle misogyny, your comment not only makes zero sense, it reeks of ignorance and self hatred.

    dirt

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  39. Asperger's, is yet another over diagnoses "disorder". Over diagnosed because their is money to be made from it, right up their with bipolar, ADHD, anxiety etc.

    New and popular disorders are being added to the DSM as we speak, it isnt because people are suddenly developing "new" problems, it is because the same old troubles that previously people pushed through, are now being labeled as mental issues so psychotropic drugs can be dispensed and billions of dollars be made by a medical machine fueled by solely greed.

    dirt

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  40. Nice Jewish DykeMay 20, 2012 at 4:45 PM

    @ MNDR:

    "Why is it ok to push innate gender theory on kids but heinous and 'damaging' to suggest how else gender identities can develop?"

    It's not okay to push any theory on anyone. That's all I'm saying. If we're pushing anything, we should be pushing the right to be human and express it in whatever way feels right to *the person*.

    Not a trans person, and not theoretically anything but ME,
    NJD

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  41. Nice Jewish DykeMay 20, 2012 at 5:20 PM

    @ MNDR:

    "I told the truth because I was desperate to get help, not desperate for transition necessarily."

    Did psychiatry push transitioning on you? How do you ID today? Did you get the help you needed? I hope so. :)

    Sounds like a really hard & confusing way to grow up re. your parents' pressure/obsession with a male child. I have a lesbian friend whose mom thinks that my friend's "disease" of lesbianism was caused by her (mom) wishing so very hard for a boy when she was pregnant.

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  42. Chillax ladies:D

    Love from Jim, a happy transguy on T:)

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  43. "Happy" females in the perpetual state of "transition" do not read this blog.

    dirt

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  44. Nice Jewish DykeMay 20, 2012 at 9:16 PM

    Obviously they do Dirt, no matter how much you try to invalidate their experience. How are you the expert of Jim or other content trans ppl who have commented on your blog?

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  45. Happy people do not seek "transition" period. Clearly you arent happy with your faux identity or you too wouldnt be here struggling to prove to yourself how "happy" you are despite the evidence shown here weekly to the contrary.

    dirt

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  46. Happy 45 year old butch dykes don't spend their time on a blog talking about whom they most despise, for actually being true to themselves and doing what you are too scared to do.

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  47. But strong Butch women do step up and work to make the world a better place for females of all ages (especially our young) by questioning and out right dismantling misogyny in all its female shaming and hating forms.

    dirt

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  48. "Did psychiatry push transitioning on you? How do you ID today? Did you get the help you needed?"

    I can't say psychiatry pushed transition on me, but what it did do was present innate gender as 'fact' and at no time was I encouraged to critically evaluate my feelings.

    I now identify as female because thats what my five senses tell me. I still have the odd kind of blip, like a strange irrational feeling that I'm not female, but its not distressing to me like it used to be cus I can separate it from reality. Perhaps its easier for me cus I had other superstitions that were more obviously delusional alongside the gender stuff.

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  49. That last comment was by MNDR sorry - typo.

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  50. Hey Dirt,
    Did you used to chat in W.O.W's LesbianSPACE or WomenSpace back in the 90's on TalkCity or VIA WebTV?

    I was an op back then, you seem familiar

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  51. No NG, I've never heard of either.

    dirt

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  52. "it CAN be life-threatening to cruelly and coldly dismiss/deny/judge people’s identities"

    Sorry, but is this anything BUT don't say anything, cos I'll kill myself?

    I really don't GET this whole identity thing, and the supposed importance of everyother human being on the damn planet having to AGREE with whatever you choose to identify AS.

    The difference between identifying as (which can, frankly, include any ole nonsense, that is not questioned as long as this strange thou shalt not question thing remains in place), and just actually BEING.

    It just ends up reading as, thou shalt not question anyone elses identity EVER, however delusional or at odds with reality that identity seems to anyone else.

    Sorry, made no sense to me the first time I came across it, and still doesn't.

    So, WHY should I 'respect' someone elses identity to this extent? Plus disagreeing ISN'T the same as being cruel or cold. You could 'identify as' a frog, say, as much as you liked, and it's neither cruel nor cold to point out that you're not (and never could be) an amphibian.

    Similarly, however much someone may 'identify as' a woman, doesn't change the facts if they are actually male............

    And WHY should we not discuss this, when what is at issue here is what 'being a woman' actually MEANS? Why should those of us who are female and feel that being a woman ISN'T to do with 'brain sex' (or whatever other theory is current at the moment) or 'innate gender' be free to discuss that?

    It's like saying that atheists should shut up cos the christians feel threatened when we dismiss (as an understandable social delusion) their religion, or DENY that the god they so fervently believe in exists (depiste their claims he talks to them inside their heads, or that they have a personal experience of the living Jeesus), or judge them...........

    So, if I can't be a gender atheist, why can I be a religious atheist?

    Anyway, as I said before, I decided that I 'identify as' a gender atheist, and it CRUUELLL and COLD and just plain NASTY if you deny/dismiss or JUDGE that identity...................

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