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17 minutes ago, spunko2010 said:

I googled "transmasculine" as it's not one I've come across yet. This came up:

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They are apparently all women.

Be careful out there... ¬¬

Something I find vaguely interesting is the shape/attitude/etc that gender changers think they want to be.  

  • Women->men go for this masculine-stereotype, but with obvious feminine traits.
  • Similarly men->women have this storybook femininity, but with obvious male traits.

I don't really envy any of them; they're living out a fantasy that can seldom* actually work.

[* probably never, but I wouldn't want to rule it out completely]

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34 minutes ago, spunko2010 said:

I googled "transmasculine" as it's not one I've come across yet. This came up:

Brothers4Guys.jpg

 

They are apparently all women.

Be careful out there... ¬¬

Christ.

Its like the local authorties gay outreach outworkers are all in bed.

They all look like fat 13yo boys.

 

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Just now, spygirl said:

Christ.

Its like the local authorties gay outreach outworkers are all in bed.

They all look like fat 13yo boys.

 

Is there any research going on to explain why so many gender related issues at the moment? If some people are being poisoned slowly by our environment someone needs to work it out ... 

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Im starting to think a lot of these people are just kids playing 'dress up' that either haven't or don't want to grow up yet.

Also, like kids, they have mini-tantrums when nobody takes them seriously if they put a dress and Mummy's pearls on before demanding to be now known as Barney the Dinosaur.

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24 minutes ago, Sgt Hartman said:

Im starting to think a lot of these people are just kids playing 'dress up' that either haven't or don't want to grow up yet.

Also, like kids, they have mini-tantrums when nobody takes them seriously if they put a dress and Mummy's pearls on before demanding to be now known as Barney the Dinosaur.

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Someone artistic could have some fun.

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4 minutes ago, sarahbell said:

Is there any research going on to explain why so many gender related issues at the moment? If some people are being poisoned slowly by our environment someone needs to work it out ... 

Would a feminised population be easier to control? Females are naturally more loyal to strong male leaders than males.  

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41 minutes ago, sarahbell said:

Is there any research going on to explain why so many gender related issues at the moment? If some people are being poisoned slowly by our environment someone needs to work it out ... 

Environmental ostreogen levels are very high now due to overuse of plastics and pesticides etc.

http://www.121-fitnessandhealth.co.uk/environmental-oestrogens/

Another reason to grow your own!

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15 minutes ago, Wahoo said:

Hope the Russians don't invade...we've got no fecken chance.

It's alright,  with fight them off with our guns knives crossbows air rifles  pink strap-on rabbits  

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Reminds me of this one I saw at Manchester Uni last summer..  

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Nothing wrong with it in/of itself..    just a WTF moment,  and "is this really the type of cutting edge research our leading institutions are working on these days ?"

 

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3 hours ago, Libspero said:

Reminds me of this one I saw at Manchester Uni last summer..  

IMG_5233_LI.jpg

 

Nothing wrong with it in/of itself..    just a WTF moment,  and "is this really the type of cutting edge research our leading institutions are working on these days ?"

 

"Do you hear voices that other people can't hear?"

"Are you holding a phone to your ear?"

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