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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Ten Signs You Are NOT Trans and The ONLY Sign That You Are

 Ten Signs you are NOT Trans

1) Feeling alien from your body/sex from a young age.

2) Believing your kinship to the opposite sex means you should have been born that sex instead.

3) Having a preference for toys/clothes/hobbies/sports etc labeled by society as to be for the sex you are not.

4) Feeling uncomfortable from a young age using public bathrooms.

5) Having your sex questioned often from a very young age.

6) Feeling somewhere between uncomfortable to suicidal going through puberty.

7) Passing as an adult as the opposite sex regularly.

8) Getting sexually aroused from imagining yourself in or wearing clothing labeled by society as opposite sex clothes.

9) Feeling uncomfortable when corresponding pronouns are used toward you.

10) Being romantically attracted to same sex persons.

The ONLY Sign that you are Trans

1) Taking high doses of synthetic hormones that are opposite your sex.

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  1. It's worth to note that most MtT start identifying as women and taking hormones only after they've experienced a good amount of time living with their male privilege (many times after they've been in relationships with women). Over 80% of them never get surgery either. Yet they still want to be called women, be let into women's spaces, and everything else.

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  2. I completely agree with the ten signs that you are NOT trans. Is number eight in reference to autogynephilia? Most of these men are straight dudes with a panty hose fetish.

    (8) Getting sexually aroused from imagining yourself in or wearing clothing labeled by society as opposite sex clothes.

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  3. Ten Signs you are NOT Trans

    1) Feeling alien from your body/sex from a young age.

    I think most girls and women feel some level of discomfort with their bodies. I never felt alien from my sex, but I felt awkward when I was younger, especially when I was starting to develop breasts. Not trans.

    2) Believing your kinship to the opposite sex means you should have been born that sex instead.

    I recall playing a lot of baseball with my brother. I enjoyed this more than playing with my sisters. Not trans.

    3) Having a preference for toys/clothes/hobbies/sports etc labeled by society as to be for the sex you are not.

    I was called a tomboy when I was younger. Not trans.

    4) Feeling uncomfortable from a young age using public bathrooms.

    I never had any problems with restrooms.

    5) Having your sex questioned often from a very young age.

    This only happened to me when I was about sixteen years old. I wore my hair a lot shorter then, and I was mistaken for a boy a lot. Not trans.

    6) Feeling somewhere between uncomfortable to suicidal going through puberty.

    Uncomfortable, yes, but not suicidal.

    7) Passing as an adult as the opposite sex regularly.

    No, people can tell I'm female, but I am not that feminine.

    8) Getting sexually aroused from imagining yourself in or wearing clothing labeled by society as opposite sex clothes.

    No, this has never happened.

    9) Feeling uncomfortable when corresponding pronouns are used toward you.

    Most people can tell I'm female just by looking at me.

    10) Being romantically attracted to same sex persons.

    I am romantically attracted to same sex persons. Not trans.

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  4. Sh*t Trans Guys Say...

    VERY FUNNY...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1h514E2Cew

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  5. I see why you've included (8), but it seems a bit out of place with the other criteria, all of which could apply to any "protodyke" or "protofaggot". I was lucky enough to escape the more tragic ones.
    With regard to your contrary criterion, I confess that when my friend Hilary had finished with her contraceptive pills, for the very good reason that she had become a lesbian (YAY!!), she passed them to me and I took them for 21 days (a month, in those old contraceptive terms). I had no ambition to "become a woman", I just thought in some vague way that a dose of female hormones might make me "a nicer person". Young and foolish. They had no discernible effect, partly, no doubt, because I was already as "femme" as a man can be to start with, but also because the hormone doses in contraceptive pills are feeble compared to what is required to feminize MtF transsexuals. The latter are much greater than used in even the most aggressive treatment of prostate cancer, for example.
    As for testosterone and other androgens, they have VERY FEW legitimate clinical applications. My niece took T for endometriosis until deciding to have her womb removed altogether, but even then the doses were tiny compared to what is pumped into FtMs. The human body, even the male human body, is just not designed to cope with a testosterone overload on that scale.
    As a gay man, I CAN'T make the same arguments that you do as a lesbian. "Be proud to be a woman, however you may be." Good stuff, but thoughtful men are rightly not proud to be men. It's like being a German in 1943 - I'm a German but not a Nazi, I'm a man but ...
    My brothers, my male sisters, to "unbecome" a man is a noble ambition, but it demands we work on our heads, not our bodies.

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  6. Love this stuff from http://naturalbutch.blogspot.com

    Over the last 50 years, then, people who used to be understood as “butch lesbians” now are said to have “gender dysphoria” (and other newly emerging gender “diagnoses”).

    So, while it used to be said that:

    Butch Lesbians simply need the same cultural context, tribal fellowship, and elder mentoring that all minority individuals require to function with any health in a majority-culture that rejects or devalues them.

    The degree to which they fail to have those things is the degree to which they (like all minority people) suffer depression, rage, self-hate, alcoholism, drug use, suicide, and more.

    The real gender problem here is the greater culture’s rejection of nature and diversity — and it’s from outside of and imposed upon the butch lesbian (again, just as it is for all minority people).

    Now it’s said that:

    “Gender Dysphorics” need psychotherapy, testosterone, antidepressants, mood-balancers, plastic surgery, and more to become who they really are – and they need psychologically-oriented support groups of other “gender dysphorics” who are also getting psychotherapy, testosterone, antidepressants, mood-balances, plastic surgery, and more to support them.

    The degree to which they fail to have these things is the degree to which they (like all psychiatrically-challenged people) suffer depression, rage, self-hate, alcoholism, drug use, suicide, and more.

    The gender problem here is within and part of the gender dysphoric individual — it’s a brain and body dysfunction that creates a psychiatric disability.

    Along with this, we’ve witnessed the birth of a whole new medical, psychiatric, and psychological industry: one that “researches”, “treats” and “manages care” for people who’ve been assigned to gender entries in the diagnostic manual for psychiatry. It’s as if a new field of medicine had skyrocketed into existence to do skin-lightening, plastic surgery, psychotherapy, and anti-depressant/mood-leveling drug prescriptions for depressed, angry, and alienated African-Americans who’ve been diagnosed with “racial dysphoria” — and we’re supposed to believe this is “progress”.

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  7. @1:17am
    So then why aren't you obsessing clowns trying to build up the Butch lesbian community? Oh no that would be too much work plus require "REAL" love for your community. Instead it's much easier to make hateful and untrue remarks about a group of people that have been around since ancient times. We aint going away. We're all over the world. You all really need to focus on YOUR Butch/Femme community and build it up instead of "trying" to knock down the Trans population. Your wasting your time. You will not win this battle ladies.

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  8. What kind of "escalation" would that be? Going to try "teaching those women a lesson" by doing something like jmping around naked in their space with your dangling male genitalia?
    Germany

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  9. Making history up as they go along...

    Instead it's much easier to make hateful and untrue remarks about a group of people that have been around since ancient times.

    Yes, people have always stepped outside of culturally based gender roles, but they weren't always called transgender. I'VE SAID THIS SEVERAL TIMES BEFORE, BUT I'LL KEEP REPEATING IT. TRANSGENDER DOES NOT OWN A PATENT OR HAVE EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS ON ALL GENDER NON-CONFORMITY BOTH PAST AND PRESENT. THEY MIGHT WANT TO THROW ANY AND EVERYTHING UNDER UNDER THE TRANS UMBRELLA, BUT IT DOESN'T MAKE IT TRUE. Sex reassignment surgery is relatively new on the long time line of human history. Puberty suppressing drugs certainly haven't been around since ancient times. Twenty years ago, "top surgery" was rarely heard of and no one had any idea what "T" was.

    IT'S NOT TRUE THAT ANY WOMAN WHO WORE MEN'S CLOTHES IN THE 1600s WAS TRANSGENDER. QUEEN CHRISTINA AND GEORGE SANDS WERE NOT TRANSGENDER SIMPLY BECAUSE THEY CHOSE TO WEAR MEN'S CLOTHES. I WORE BOY'S CLOTHES WHEN I WAS YOUNGER, BUT I NEVER BELEIVED THAT I WAS MALE OR TRANSGENDER.

    http://www.staffs.ac.uk/assets/A%20Trans%20Timeline_tcm44-41554.pdf

    I'm fully aware that the transgender community has co-opted intersex, native cultures, and almost everything it comes in contact with, but pointing to something that happened centuries ago and saying it's or was "trans" isn't exactly accurate. Transgender tends to make up it's own history as it goes along.

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  10. "Your wasting your time. You will not win this battle ladies. "

    Actually, the demographics are on our side. Women far outnumber transgender and we have more voting power than they do. Indeed, there is no way that Obama could have been elected twice without the women's vote. When it was just transgender harassing the heck out of women at MichFest and elsewhere, no one really cared. After the Colleen Francis incident, more women are waking up. Women don't want males in our restrooms and locker rooms, parading their male genitalia in front of 17 year old high school girls. This issue isn't going away any time soon.

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  11. So then why aren't you obsessing clowns trying to build up the Butch lesbian community?

    Who says this website and other trans critical websites are just about butch lesbians? Some of the most trans critical people I know are straight women. I personally could care less if a woman is straight, lesbian, or bisexual. I do, however, hate to see females mutilate their healthy breasts and bodies and take synthetically produced testosterone for years.

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  12. @anon 9:26/9:32
    Demographics have nothing to do with it. Straights far out number Gays & Lesbians in the U.S. but it's becoming a lot less socially acceptable to be openly homophobic. Same with being openly racist and the majority of people in this country are white. That doesn't mean homophobia and racism are dead; by no means but the bigotry isn't being embraced by the majority the way it once was. That's what I meant when said "Your wasting your time. You will not win this battle ladies." It's a slow process BUT Trans bigotry is beginning to be seriously addressed plus the younger generations are a lot more accepting of differences. So I see people who hold the same notion's of Trans folks as you do to be a dying breed and certainly not a future majority. So as I previously stated Your wasting your time. You WILL NOT win this battle ladies.

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  13. Demographics have nothing to do with it...You WILL NOT win this battle ladies.

    Actually, demographics has a lot to do with it because there is no way Obama could have been elected twice without the women's vote. The Democrats know this. I shudder to think where the transgender community would be without the Democrats. See how far the transgender community gets with Republicans in the White House, Senate, and Congress, or the Conservatives in Ottawa. Transgender has been riding the political coat tails of the GLB success for years. It's time to cut the string and let the "T" go it's merry way. They are drunk and giddy with liberal guilt, but women are starting to pull back the curtain and see the real face of behind the misogynistic attack on women.

    First of all, this and other websites are about all women whether they are straight, lesbian, or bisexual. I've repeatedly said that it doesn't matter to me whether or not a woman is straight, bisexual, or lesbian. All women share common interests. Second, women are finally waking up to fact that transgender is evolving into an Orwellian nightmare for girls and women on so many levels. Does this person really want to know what people think of Mr. Colleen Francis parading his penis around the women's locker room in Olympia, Washington? Or, how the average person really sees the freak in the ring, Mr. Fallon Fox? I hate to call Mr. Fox a freak, but this word is actually one of the more polite terms of endearment.

    If women wanted to, we have the voting power to shut the entire GLBT down. We just aren't organized, but we are getting there. So, every time a transgender activists threatens a woman, it's going to be recorded.

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  14. It's a slow process BUT Trans bigotry is beginning to be seriously addressed plus the younger generations are a lot more accepting of differences.

    Trans misogyny and threats directed towards women are going to be remembered. How can the mothers in Olympia, Washington ever forget Colleen Francis?

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