2012年2月15日 星期三

Just some of the shit transgender types say to post ops transsexuals.

Just some of the shit transgender types say to post ops transsexuals.
Feel free to add additional things you may have heard from your own experience in the comment section.


“…don’t need surgery to be female.”

“…just as female as any other female.”

“…it’s between the ears not between the legs.”

“…just an after market vagina.”

“…when archeologist dig you up a thousand years from now…”

“…but, I’d have to dilate.”

“…you’re privileged.”

“…they like my six inch neoclit.”

“…just sooooooo elitist.”

“…more trannier than thou.”

“…we’re all queer.”

“…can’t because I have a medical issue.”

“…have to live under constant fear of attack.”

“…you’re just self-loathing.”

“…if you didn’t have so much internalized…”

“…have so much in common.”

“…that’s just plain transphobic.”

“…did you hear what that cis female said.”

“…are you going to Southern Comfort?”

“…why should my genitals even matter?”

“…you are homophobic.”

“…will I see you at the support group tonight.?

“…I can’t wait for Pride Day.”

“…think you’re better than I am.”

“…is another thing separatists do.”

“…so where do you go to the bathroom?”
“…it was ball faced discrimination.”

“…you’re a sister, that’s why.”

“…I had my orchi.”

“…I identify as lesbian.”

“…that damn DSM.”

“…I don’t have a disorder.”

“…did you sign the petition?”

“…Thomas Beatty is a man.”

“…don’t you call me a tranny.”

“…that word is a perjorative.”

“…don’t they ever read the media Style Guide.”

“…it started with a bee sting.”

“…oh, I’m a trans women.”

“…I love hirze too.”

“…we don’t allow transphobic comments here.”

“…I was mam’ed today.”

“…have you been to the Rose Room?”
“…on the gender spectrum.”

“…transgender, but I’m really transsexual.”

“…you’ll never be a real woman.

“…so what, no one ever sees my genitals anyhow.”

“…normative…”

“…did I tell you I’m a feminist?”

“…take that tripe somewhere else.”

“…and I thought you would understand.”

“…then I became the real me.”

“…my wife completely understands.”
“…I went en femme.”

“…vote for her, she’s trans.”

“…I’m not sure our gay brothers and sisters…”

“…I don’t define myself that way.”

“…the troll shows its ugly face.”

“…I’m non op.”

“…I should have that right.”

“…’facepalm’…”
“…well, Julia Serano says…”

“…I feel I need to give something back.”

“…what’s so magical about a penis that makes it define sex?”

Of course there are many, many more…but my all time favorite:

“… you are transgender whether you like it or not.”

美男子遭蜂螫 竟變成女性


美國俄亥俄州一對夫婦,丈夫有一次偶然被蜜蜂螫到之後,體內的荷爾蒙分泌,竟然發生變化,讓他變得越來越女性化,到後來,他索性一不做二不休,乾脆變性當了一個真女人。
報導說,這名男子原來和太太結婚八年,有兩個小孩;他說,當他有一次,一不小心被蜜蜂螫到之後,胸部開始變大,皮膚也變得越來越細緻,體內的雄性激素,也越來越少;相對地,雌性激素越來越多。不過這名男子說,其實他一直有性別認同障礙,從小就不排斥穿女裝。對於身體上突然出現的變化,他反而樂於接受,甚至乾脆直接變性,當個真正的女人了。
My husband became my wife: Transgender woman reveals how a bee sting led to her sex change... and how the woman she had married stood by herRead more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2098442/My-husband-wife-Couple-reveal-extraordinary-story--started-bee-sting.html#ixzz1mRSUzhCi
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2098442/My-husband-wife-Couple-reveal-extraordinary-story--started-bee-sting.html
A transgender woman has told her remarkable story of how the woman she married as a man stood by her through her sex change.
Chloe Prince, who was born male, as Ted, was happily married to Renee for eight years and had two children before a severe reaction to a bee sting triggered a drop in levels of the male hormone, testosterone.
As his skin softened and he developed a more womanly shape, Ted discovered that he felt more comfortable with his body, and ultimately was inspired to undergo gender reassignment surgery.
Chloe and Renee Prince
Still together: Chloe (left), who was born male, as Ted, was married to Renee (right) for eight years and had two children before deciding to become a woman
Today, the couple, from Jackson, Ohio, appeared on Anderson Cooper's show to discuss their experiences.
Chloe, 40, explained how the drop in her testosterone levels following the bee sting was due to a rare genetic condition called Klinefelter's syndrome - something she had been unaware of.
The shock of the sting, she says, essentially 'reset' Ted's endocrine system, triggering more severe side-effects of Klinefelter's, one of which is low male hormone.
'It definitely lent itself to my transsexualism,' she said.
'I had been dealing with gender identity issues all my life, really when this came and it was a diagnosis and my testosterone levels started to lower it really lent itself because I was starting to develop breasts and my skin was softening, my body mass was changing and I was liking the changes.'
Ted and Renee Prince
Just married: Ted, who would later become Chloe, with Renee at their wedding
She admitted that even as a child, enjoyed dressing in feminine outfits, but was confused by the feelings, and had hoped that by 'straighten[ing] up and be[ing] the man that my parents wanted me to be', the unsettling sense would go away.
'I felt if I built a life as a man, I went out and bought a motorcycle... get married, have some kids, this feeling, that I just couldn't explain, I didn't know the words of what it was, that it would just go away...
'I could have left at any time but I had a level of commitment I was able to keep and stick with and I still feel a level of commitment'
'Up until the point where I started getting the information I needed, I just felt this was some kind of confusion in my brain or a perversion, I didn't know what it was, a sexual fetish.'
But Renee, 48, admitted she struggled with her husband's decision to become a woman, and was embarrassed the first time Chloe stepped out dressed in women's clothing.
She even considered ending the relationship before eventually coming to terms with the idea.
She revealed: 'I could have left at any time but I had a level of commitment I was able to keep and stick with and I still feel a level of commitment.'
Chloe and Renee Prince
In love: The couple said that their children and commitment to one another kept them together, though they now no longer have sexual relations
Noting that their children were also a factor in her decision, she added: 'And also our love for each other, so it keeps us together.'
Despite this love, the couple said that they would not describe themselves as a lesbian couple, nor do they have sexual relations.
Chloe explained: 'I am attracted to men and I identify as a heterosexual woman, and when I was a male, I was a heterosexual male.
'I don't think that necessarily means you have to go that way, that's just the way I personally feel but I have had relationships both ways so there's room for figuring out still there.'
They revealed that they are no longer legally married, though they live together and share a house together.
'We share responsibilities, we raise our children together, we make decisions together,' Chloe concluded.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2098442/My-husband-wife-Couple-reveal-extraordinary-story--started-bee-sting.html#ixzz1mRSkRcTP