God forbid me calling you a girl even though you're equipped similar to one. Go to the nurses office or b!tch on Tumbler like the other freaks.
@ JCLEMZ, to be fair, it is annoying when people cry about this when it can be resolved with an easy "hey I'm not that gender." But calling them freak isn't so kind to those that are respectful when you make a mistake
@Fireriderax , To be fair to you, I think this "Im this gender, not that gender." is mostly garbage. I've been to Tumbler before; people there think their gender is everything from rain clouds to deer breeds - I've seen it first hand. I've never met someone who considers themselves a different gender. I grew up during an age of knowing male from female, simple as that. To me, it's either mental health issues or attention seeking now. You know what I find annoying? When gender viewpoints are dictated by people like you and saying anything but white knight bull hurts your feelings. I have nothing against religions, gays, or even people who differ with me. But Tumbler scum irk me. So that's why I said what I did, and that's why I say this now. Nothing personal, but if gender identity people don't want to be called out as freaks, don't come out as rainclouds or anything stupid like that, and don't try to force everyone into submitting to "transgender rights" like bathroom choice.
@Fireriderax , The truth of the matter is that transgender is actually a form of body-dysmorphia. There have been several studies proving this, so accepting transgender people is the same as encouraging an anorexic to continue starving themself.
@Langenator, Transgender is gender dysphoria. Not body dysmorphia. Someone with body dysmorphia lacks the ability to see their body as it is and will never be satisfied with how they look, even after surgery. It's like comparing someone who has emotional distress over poor physical health to an anorexic
@ JCLEMZ, As a Tumblr user, I want to point out that while I do agree with you, not all of us are like that.
@ JCLEMZ, to avoid trans fats stay off of Tumblr
@CommanderShep, They refuse to see that they are what they are, and will never be satisfied with how they look, even after surgery, so it's pretty much the same thing
@Langenator, Having surgery reduces the feeling of gender dysphoria, but social oppression is what keeps them from being content. You shouldn't call people mentally disordered because they feel they should be different than how others define them. Being gay was also considered to be a disorder, but it is seen differently now
@Torq Rinch, Fat Trans *
Here's something to offend all you trans-whatever nut cases. No matter what you do, what you say, what surgeries you get, at the end of it all, your DNA, your genetic code at its very root, will always show what you really are. What you were when you were born is what you'll be when you die. And nothing can change that.
@PyroCMXXVI, yeah, and we know that, no need to fvcking remind us of something that we know and hate so d@mn much.
Maybe this will make you more compassionate. I'm going to assume you're a guy, if you're a girl, just swap everything. Okay, so you're a guy, right? You've always felt like a guy. Now imagine that ever since you were born, everyone has been dressing you in pink, telling you to act ladylike, calling you she, generally treating you like a girl. Regardless of your anatomy, you're a guy, so it fvcking sucks to be treated like a girl all the time. And to make it worse, you look like a girl, and no matter how much you change your body, you'll always know where you came from, you'll always be reminded of the parts of you that are wrong. So, you can either choose to embrace that you're a guy who happened to be born female and all the shjtty labels that come with that, or you can be depressed because you'll never completely be the person you know you are.
Being trans fvcking...
@Ruupasya, sucks, dude. No one would willingly choose to be trans, to have dysphoria, to look in the mirror and not recognize themselves, to be hated and discriminated against just for being themselves. It's not a choice, just like being gay isn't a choice. The choice is whether to accept who you are and be happy, or accept who people like you think you should be and be miserable. I choose to be happy. Wouldn't you?
@Ruupasya, ok. I hear you, and I understand what you are trying to say, but understand this, I don't hate you as a person, what kills me is that this very personal and quite frankly rare "disease" has been turned into this oversized amorphous blob that just needs to die. It has no place in a social setting. This is a private matter that should be kept private but Bruce Jenner used it to basically used it to reinvent click bait and draw unnecessary attention to the issue.
Everyone has problems. Everyone. I understand that and if you are struggling with your personal identity I'm sorry but while the country has been caught up in the theatrics of this minor issue, our presidency has gone to he//, the country is sinking in an ocean of debt, our men are being killed every day in a foreign country by extremist who would love nothing more than to see us all burn alive, and the country is only getting more unstable.
I'm sorry that you had to catch the flack of me venting. I hope you find peace
@PyroCMXXVI, I understand where you're coming from. I do think that there's an over abundance of 'trans talk' in the media compared to larger issues. However, I do think some dialogue about it is needed, considering that trans people have higher rates of depression and suicide (mitigated by better laws and healthcare options, which requires awareness) and are more likely to be bullied, assaulted, or killed. It is a minor issue on a global scale, but on an individual level, it is very important for thousands of people and their families in the U.S. alone.
@Ruupasya, something like this might require some dialogue but do you think a place like funny pix is the place for that? This issue is turning into a fjcking meme for God's sake!
Secondly, I think we need to just establish some priority on issues like this because between the tens of thousands who struggle with gender identity and the Hundreds of thousands who are in poverty who is getting all the attention right now?
On a different note, I would like to thank you for hearing me out and apologize again for any ill feelings my initial comment caused you. Please know it was simple venting but I'm glad we were able to have this dialogue.
Additionally, I would enjoy talking with you more but preferably through a less public medium.
When you have a gender neutral bathroom but can't find the diarrhea
People never actually assume gender. It's just what our brain tells us the person we are looking at looks like. Mostly our sense of smell is how we distinguish male from female.
@Univofga01, Smell? Really? Tell me more.
@Jdrawer, the pheromones a person gives off is the main way our brain determines if that person is a male or female
@Univofga01, I thought I figured it out by looking at them?
Honestly, that comes bursting in riding a wave of diarrhoea, who's going to hang around to argue genders with it?
Is she wearing gebder neutral underwear though?
@WaitWTF, did you just assume her gender?!
@Thane of Deez, Yes. YES I FVCKING DID OK DON'T JUDGE ME
@Slayer9200, I'll trigger my f-ing gun.
@Thane of Deez, her? Did u just assume gender?!
@Thane of Deez, no they assumed their gebder
I have the solution bathrooms based on reproductive systems
*obligatory "did you just assume my reproductive system" comments*
@k1ngs4ndm4n, I've been in gender-neutral multi-stall restrooms. There's never been any kind of problems in those restrooms. Granted, these restrooms were in an LGBT-oriented building, but when society gets its head out of its ass and stops being so Victorian, I could see it working everywhere. I've always thought gender-segregated restrooms were archaic and weird. You're just there to pee, that's all.
The thing I don't get is: As long as you're not going into a "forbidden gender" restroom, does it matter if the restroom is gender neutral or not?