What happens when women arent allowed to be angry?
What happens when women's anger is ONLY acceptably allowed under the the category Male?
What happens when the category Female becomes so extreme, no female can find a comfortable place to lay her head?
What happens when the category Female becomes so extreme, female no longer recognize themselves as female?
What happens when Female becomes a category rather than a biological reality?
What happens when women's fears of not fitting into the category of Female supersede all common sense?
What happens when lesbianism becomes unrecognizable?
What happens when lesbianism has been purposely blurred to ensure it is unrecognizable?
What happens when lesbians cease to recognize themselves?
This is a sample from a typical trans female forum of what happens, and it is happening all over the known world:
Girl A...I thought if I could be a pretty girl then I could forget how I felt inside, I thought If I could be a pretty girl I could actually be a girl, I thought I could push everything aside and force all this on myself, I wanted to be like my friends, I wanted to have crushes on boys, and get excited about makeup and talk about the hottest boys in school but I couldn't, I forced myself to get boyfriends and kiss them, I forced this all on myself and convinced myself I was happy, but I wasn't, I couldn't push who I was away, I knew these feelings would never leave and that's when I realised why I was so depressed and suicidal, I thought I would never be able to express who I really was and that's when the Suicide attempts happened, I've attempted suicide 4 times in my life and self harmed everyday for like 5 years
Girl B...When I initially started puberty I was quite excited to get breasts and a more feminine figure. I knew I liked boys so I guess I felt I needed to look a certain way or I wouldn't get a boyfriend. I felt pretty crappy about myself and every time I tried to be more feminine I felt more awkward.
Girl C...I thought if I forced myself to be a pretty girl I'd be happy too. I looked fine, but I still felt so unhappy and ugly.
Girl D... it's the worst when you managed to look like a "pretty girl" because then it's so much more difficult to take the steps to change. I was obsessed with making myself look perfect, unless the whole act was perfect I would feel so disgusted with myself.
Girl E...Being a "pretty girl" never really suit me and I was a literal bitch BC I was so unhappy
Girl F...I did the long girly hair and make up for years! trying to be a girly girl - didn't work as I was far too 'tomboy' and so made me miserable.
Girl G...Yeah I had so many tiny fixations with my appearance and ended up with an eating disorder which I haven't entirely recovered from.
Girl H...I had a similar period a few months back to try and be what all my friends were, a pretty girl. Made my nana happy too that she got the granddaughter she wanted.
Girl I...When I initially started puberty I was quite excited to get breasts and a more feminine figure. I knew I liked boys so I guess I felt I needed to look a certain way or I wouldn't get a boyfriend. I felt pretty crappy about myself and every time I tried to be more feminine I felt more awkward.