When you try really hard to convince people youre the opposite sex but you end up fufilling the roles of your original sex
@Mendicant Bias, You can't escape destiny.
@Trve Shad, true. And sex change doesn't change bone structure and DNA
@Mendicant Bias, nature eventually finds a way
Basically two trans people had a baby
@floppydiks, why not just stay with the sex you were born with then?
@Kraft Punk, i don't even want to answer this. (Edit: this is a joke)
@floppydiks, nope, because trans people are more or less sterile due to hormones.
@Sybil Reisz, as a trans person, that is absolutely not true.
@Sybil Reisz, this is only if they are currently on hormones, if they aren't or stop them most become fertile - granted they don't have surgery on their genitals
@Ruupasya, oh really? Because I'm pretty sure that viability is greatly reduced when you're on hormones. And see, I would know, because I happen to be trans as well.
@madeyoulook2, did I not say "due to hormones"?
@Sybil Reisz, for trans men, HRT decreases the likelihood of pregnancy due to the discontinuation of the menstrual cycle, but pregnancy is still possible. i know less about trans women, but i do know that it is possible for trans women to have viable sperm, although not necessarily in as great of a quantity.
@Kraft Punk, because they have a mental illness and we need to help them.
It's not getting any better the third time around.
On top of that they both look like teenagers. That's gonna be one fvcked up kid.
EVERYBODY SWAP CHAIRS
That poor kid.
So in a roundabout way, absolutely nothing changed?
To be honest, this is actually kind of impressive. Sexual transition renders you infertile fairly early in the process. Unless you purposefully take steps to remain viable, you likely won't be.
Ok I care why
I've never seen so much confusion in one place before