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The Crying Game / TRANSGENDER DISCUSSION
#21
(09-16-2014, 10:46 PM)Maggot Wrote: Yeah well............Try doing Turrets on a freakin basketball court in the center of the city.............That actually happened to me with my friend Sammy. Sammy was my Hap-Ki-Do guy that we threw each other around on the mats in the park on Saturdays. I gotta say it took a lot to get outta there without getting our asses kicked by the black guys there. We were ready though and that's what saved our asses. That and the kid that started the entire thing was a retard. What a heart racing fucking thing THAT was! I hate crap like that though , it sucks and its exhilarating at the same time.

For some reason I keep reading turrets as turdetts hah
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#22
(09-16-2014, 10:55 PM)IroningBroad Wrote: For some reason I keep reading turrets as turdetts hah

Your thinking of the current Miss America pageant soon to be a Miss fire go to college for free pageant.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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#23
No. I would not date someone of my gender or that started my gender. If I found out my SO was lying to me about it the whole time, it'd be over.

Yes... it would prove them right that if I'd known the truth I would have left... however, that doesn't /make/ them right for lying about it. That's like a first date kind of detail you share with someone. If the other person isn't comfortable with it, better to end it before it starts. If you're just hiding your gender from someone you're dating/married... then you're basically a homosexual masquerading as a heterosexual (or vice versa I guess). If you got a sex change op, you're going to go from 'lying to the world' about feeling like the opposite gender to lying to your spouse about having started out the opposite gender? It's supposed to be about finally feeling confident in your gender/sexuality. Confidence means not hiding things. Deception isn't a basis for love.

My cousin was born a girl and is now a dude. It's tough for me to even deal with him. I try to be very accepting of sexuality... but gender is something I feel like you just get assigned at birth. Just because someone doesn't like their gender they get to switch? How bout I don't like being a white person. Can I walk around with blackface on all the time and pretend I'm black?
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#24
(09-17-2014, 09:41 AM)Cutz Wrote: Can I walk around with blackface on all the time and pretend I'm black?

Yes you can. I hear Harlem, West Philly, and Detroit are lovely this time of year.
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#25
(09-17-2014, 09:41 AM)Cutz Wrote: No. I would not date someone of my gender or that started my gender. If I found out my SO was lying to me about it the whole time, it'd be over.

Yes... it would prove them right that if I'd known the truth I would have left... however, that doesn't /make/ them right for lying about it. That's like a first date kind of detail you share with someone. If the other person isn't comfortable with it, better to end it before it starts. If you're just hiding your gender from someone you're dating/married... then you're basically a homosexual masquerading as a heterosexual (or vice versa I guess). If you got a sex change op, you're going to go from 'lying to the world' about feeling like the opposite gender to lying to your spouse about having started out the opposite gender? It's supposed to be about finally feeling confident in your gender/sexuality. Confidence means not hiding things. Deception isn't a basis for love.

My cousin was born a girl and is now a dude. It's tough for me to even deal with him. I try to be very accepting of sexuality... but gender is something I feel like you just get assigned at birth. Just because someone doesn't like their gender they get to switch? How bout I don't like being a white person. Can I walk around with blackface on all the time and pretend I'm black?

Just because someone doesn't like their gender they get to switch?
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Yes,they have the choice to switch.Why should they live the gender they were assigned just to please everyone else?The only person they have to please is themselves.Nobody else gets a say.Confidence would only come to that person being who they truly see themselves to be, not who they ought to be because mother nature says so.

If you wanted to be black then by all means look for medical or non-medical ways to begin your transformation.As long as that made you happy, who cares.Live and let live.
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#26
Jesus Christ. I'm sitting here with my daughter who THINKS she has Tourette's and you guys are talking about little gun towers.

NIGGERSSSSS!

There's my Tourette's for you.
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#27
(09-17-2014, 04:37 PM)username Wrote: Jesus Christ. I'm sitting here with my daughter who THINKS she has Tourette's and you guys are talking about little gun towers.

NIGGERSSSSS!

There's my Tourette's for you.

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#28
(09-17-2014, 04:37 PM)username Wrote: Jesus Christ. I'm sitting here with my daughter who THINKS she has Tourette's and you guys are talking about little gun towers.

NIGGERSSSSS!

There's my Tourette's for you.

Well, shoot. We knew she might get a glance of your screen today and didn't want her to think we were talking about her!!

But, yeah, Tourettes in turrets is a bad fucking mix. hah

Hope things go well there, French Fry (once you recover from the Odwalla withdrawal).
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#29
(09-17-2014, 03:59 PM)IroningBroad Wrote:
(09-17-2014, 09:41 AM)Cutz Wrote: No. I would not date someone of my gender or that started my gender. If I found out my SO was lying to me about it the whole time, it'd be over.

Yes... it would prove them right that if I'd known the truth I would have left... however, that doesn't /make/ them right for lying about it. That's like a first date kind of detail you share with someone. If the other person isn't comfortable with it, better to end it before it starts. If you're just hiding your gender from someone you're dating/married... then you're basically a homosexual masquerading as a heterosexual (or vice versa I guess). If you got a sex change op, you're going to go from 'lying to the world' about feeling like the opposite gender to lying to your spouse about having started out the opposite gender? It's supposed to be about finally feeling confident in your gender/sexuality. Confidence means not hiding things. Deception isn't a basis for love.

My cousin was born a girl and is now a dude. It's tough for me to even deal with him. I try to be very accepting of sexuality... but gender is something I feel like you just get assigned at birth. Just because someone doesn't like their gender they get to switch? How bout I don't like being a white person. Can I walk around with blackface on all the time and pretend I'm black?

Just because someone doesn't like their gender they get to switch?
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Yes,they have the choice to switch.Why should they live the gender they were assigned just to please everyone else?The only person they have to please is themselves.Nobody else gets a say.Confidence would only come to that person being who they truly see themselves to be, not who they ought to be because mother nature says so.

If you wanted to be black then by all means look for medical or non-medical ways to begin your transformation.As long as that made you happy, who cares.Live and let live.
couldn't have said it better myself. :thumbsup:
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#30
(09-17-2014, 06:27 PM)Clang McFly Wrote:
(09-17-2014, 03:59 PM)IroningBroad Wrote:
(09-17-2014, 09:41 AM)Cutz Wrote: No. I would not date someone of my gender or that started my gender. If I found out my SO was lying to me about it the whole time, it'd be over.

Yes... it would prove them right that if I'd known the truth I would have left... however, that doesn't /make/ them right for lying about it. That's like a first date kind of detail you share with someone. If the other person isn't comfortable with it, better to end it before it starts. If you're just hiding your gender from someone you're dating/married... then you're basically a homosexual masquerading as a heterosexual (or vice versa I guess). If you got a sex change op, you're going to go from 'lying to the world' about feeling like the opposite gender to lying to your spouse about having started out the opposite gender? It's supposed to be about finally feeling confident in your gender/sexuality. Confidence means not hiding things. Deception isn't a basis for love.

My cousin was born a girl and is now a dude. It's tough for me to even deal with him. I try to be very accepting of sexuality... but gender is something I feel like you just get assigned at birth. Just because someone doesn't like their gender they get to switch? How bout I don't like being a white person. Can I walk around with blackface on all the time and pretend I'm black?

Just because someone doesn't like their gender they get to switch?
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Yes,they have the choice to switch.Why should they live the gender they were assigned just to please everyone else?The only person they have to please is themselves.Nobody else gets a say.Confidence would only come to that person being who they truly see themselves to be, not who they ought to be because mother nature says so.

If you wanted to be black then by all means look for medical or non-medical ways to begin your transformation.As long as that made you happy, who cares.Live and let live.
couldn't have said it better myself. :thumbsup:


You're so gay clang, you're posts are giving me AIDS I think.


Of course you wouldn't care if the woman you were dating left out that little detail about once having a dick. You have homosexual tendencies, what do you give a fuck. The rest of us normal folk wouldn't fall for something like that in the first place.
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#31
I have crossdressing tendencies, I am straight though. Shut the fuck up, ya closed minded bitch fuck.
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#32
Hello McFly! If you are willing to carry on a relationship with a bitch that once owned a dick then you are not straight. You're just as much of a freak as the asshole that tricked you.
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#33
I agree that people have the right to do with their bodies what they choose.

Some people use plastic surgery to greatly alter their appearances, some get surgery to drop hundreds of pounds, some get breast enhancements, some get gender reassignment surgery, some of us just choose to embrace the hand we're dealt and make the most of it... Those are personal choices.

Just like I don't think people should be denied the right to make those personal choices, I can't give a pass to people who use deception to deny others the right to make their own significant life choices. That's precisely what the liar in the OP is doing. It's extreme selfishness and lack of respect, no matter what excuses anyone makes for it. That person is not someone whom I could ever trust.
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#34
(09-17-2014, 06:53 PM)sally Wrote: Hello McFly! If you are willing to carry on a relationship with a bitch that once owned a dick then you are not straight. You're just as much of a freak as the asshole that tricked you.
once owned a dick...but she's all woman now. So that makes her a woman,and me straight in my book.
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#35
I get a little testy when some of you say that wanting to change your gender is a choice. Most transgender folks feel (in their brains) that they were born in the wrong body. Those chromosomes can really get messed up, some one gets an extra Y chromosome or an extra X, etc.... It happens and the brain doesn't wait until puberty to decide this. These feelings are apparent at a very early age...Just like being gay is not a choice, neither is a transgendered person. If you choose to judge someone, try to research the issue first.
What I don't understand is that Hank Bassett dated a transgendered person when he cheated on Kendra so what does that make Hank? Not sure about this scenario. Human sexuality is complicated but some conditions you are born with just like the color of your eyes and is not a choice.
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#36
(09-17-2014, 07:08 PM)blueberryhill Wrote: I get a little testy when some of you say that wanting to change your gender is a choice. Most transgender folks feel (in their brains) that they were born in the wrong body. Those chromosomes can really get messed up, some one gets an extra Y chromosome or an extra X, etc.... It happens and the brain doesn't wait until puberty to decide this. These feelings are apparent at a very early age...Just like being gay is not a choice, neither is a transgendered person. If you choose to judge someone, try to research the issue first.
What I don't understand is that Hank Bassett dated a transgendered person when he cheated on Kendra so what does that make Hank? Not sure about this scenario. Human sexuality is complicated but some conditions you are born with just like the color of your eyes and is not a choice.


Babies born with an extra chromosome is what's called profound mental retardation or downs syndrome, it has nothing to do with transgender people. If you're born with an extra chromosome the least of your problems is being gay.

They may be born with more female or male hormones, however. Either way I don't give a shit what they do, but they should have the decency to be upfront with the person they're becoming romantically involved with.
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#37
(09-17-2014, 07:08 PM)blueberryhill Wrote: I get a little testy when some of you say that wanting to change your gender is a choice. Most transgender folks feel (in their brains) that they were born in the wrong body. Those chromosomes can really get messed up, some one gets an extra Y chromosome or an extra X, etc.... It happens and the brain doesn't wait until puberty to decide this. These feelings are apparent at a very early age...Just like being gay is not a choice, neither is a transgendered person. If you choose to judge someone, try to research the issue first.
What I don't understand is that Hank Bassett dated a transgendered person when he cheated on Kendra so what does that make Hank? Not sure about this scenario. Human sexuality is complicated but some conditions you are born with just like the color of your eyes and is not a choice.

They make the choice to physically transition Mtf Ftm but I completely agree that they do not have a choice on how they see themselves.On how they feel.Ex:John Doe is a man but has always felt like a woman trapped in man's body and vice versa.
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#38
I do agree that deception about something like this would be a deal breaker to many if not most.But if that person told me they didn't say anything out of fear of losing me then I would really think it over..but only if I was deeply in love with them.

Otherwise, if it was more a hit it or quit it situation I would drop that bitch like a hot potato hah
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#39
I agree that a person should be upfront as you never know what direction a relationship will take. Your statement about chromosome is too simplified...it is actually more complex..... That is my premise based on my training in human sexuality years and years ago in Graduate school. Chromosomes have a way of getting messed up besides the standard Down's Syndrome, and mental retardation.....and anyway, my comment was directed at Cutz who said gender was a choice or did I misread that.....I will reiterate, it is not a choice, something gets messed up during the cell division at time of conception and instead of matching brain to genitalia, Mother Nature messes up, and we have a transgendered person...They have the right number of chromosomes, but maybe more X's or Y's than what would be considered "normal." An extra chromosome is related to Down's Syndrome and I didn't say anything about an extra chromosome.
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#40
(09-17-2014, 07:08 PM)blueberryhill Wrote: I get a little testy when some of you say that wanting to change your gender is a choice. Most transgender folks feel (in their brains) that they were born in the wrong body. Those chromosomes can really get messed up, some one gets an extra Y chromosome or an extra X, etc.... It happens and the brain doesn't wait until puberty to decide this. These feelings are apparent at a very early age...Just like being gay is not a choice, neither is a transgendered person. If you choose to judge someone, try to research the issue first.
What I don't understand is that Hank Bassett dated a transgendered person when he cheated on Kendra so what does that make Hank? Not sure about this scenario. Human sexuality is complicated but some conditions you are born with just like the color of your eyes and is not a choice.

I looked up the different XY genetic syndromes and none suggested that having an extra X or Y chromosome had anything to do with being transgendered. Klinefelter syndrome is the occurrence of 2 X chromosomes in a male child (XXY), XYY or Jacob's syndrome is the occurrence of 2 Y chromosomes in a male. Triple X sydrome is a female born with three X chromosomes.

All of these syndromes have an occurrence of 1:1000 live births.

In none of these cases was there any predisposition to becoming transgender. You may be speaking of some other chromosomes, but the XY variations play no role in transgenderism according to reputable studies that I can find. If you have research you could link I would like to read it.
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