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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#9 - fyourahole [OP]
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Feminist Logic: "Oh no, it's a boy! Well, I hope he's gay... because gay men are just like women. NOW STOP PUTTING YOUR IDEOLOGICAL STEREOTYPES ON ME!"
#491 to #9 - yesitstrue
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ASIANS CAN ACTUALLY READ MINDS!!!!!!!!!!
They can hear, and see what you're visually thinking, this is the absolute complete truth!!!!!

Asians hide their mind reading abilities by a lot of them having completely expressionless faces so they don't accidentally show facial expressions when people think things they don't like, find funny, astonishing, etc, and Asians segregate so their not nearly as susceptible to that happening.
Asians also segregate, and are untalkative to avoid accidentally saying things that are similar to what people are thinking and going to say.

Try thinking, and visually picturing things that are as wild as you can when you are around Asians, and look for Asians who give people dirty/particular looks for what appears to be for completely no reason.

PLEASE SPREAD THE MESSAGE!!!! THE WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW THIS!!!!
#579 to #491 - nitsuan
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Never thought I would be using this one again...
#504 to #491 - anon id: 4a0bd410
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LOG OUT AND SAY THAT LIKE AN ANON!
Sorry, I just felt I had to do something.
#546 to #9 - anon id: 55620c20
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Wow! You guys are so right! I'm going to select the dumbest feminist posts to support my idea that all feminism is idiotic and feminists are truly just one mind that has a single belief which is wrong. I mean, back during the civil rights movement, I could probably pick out tons of dumb black people sayings that invalidate the entire movement because the idiotic loud ones are the voice of the movement and of which I will base my entire opinions on ha ha. They were never oppressed or mistreated, in fact, I would say black people have it better than most white people today because this one black kid in my school was popular and I wasn't so what does that say about society? Either ways, I am a very very angry equalist at feminists for causing male rape to exist and not letting me hit them when I deserve to. But I will never research these issues or do anything about them until a feminist talks about their concerns, then I shall bring up statistics to invalidate their worries.
#568 to #546 - ancel
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", I would say black people have it better than most white people today because this one black kid in my school was popular and I wasn't so what does that say about society?"

You think a single black kid in a single school in a single country represent what ever you want it to be?

What a feminist cunt you are.
#564 to #546 - ancel
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It's been 70 years, we know what you tards are all about.
- Men
User avatar #247 to #9 - jaggedherp
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"So, are we having a boy or an abortion?"
#254 to #247 - fyourahole [OP]
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Ironically enough, I just found out that I'm having a boy. <---No joke. I'm going to be a dad.
User avatar #311 to #254 - fredthemilkman
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congratulations, your penis work
hue
User avatar #399 to #254 - italianrambo
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Congrats, you had sex

but really, congrats on the baby
#367 to #254 - ihaspotato
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Congratulations.
Congratulations.
User avatar #1027 to #367 - megatheman
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I will use that .Gif to congratulate from now on.
User avatar #272 to #254 - drfuzzynuts
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Congratulations
User avatar #275 to #272 - fyourahole [OP]
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Thanks, man.
#571 to #254 - insertbrony
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Congrats.
Congrats.
User avatar #681 to #254 - burningsmurfs
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Way to sauce up that lady! But seriously, congratulations. May your first child be a masculine child.
User avatar #865 to #681 - cyanidesandvich
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**** you jinxed it, he's gonna end up a brony on funnyjunk.
#574 to #254 - nitsuan
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Congrats
Congrats
#739 to #254 - dementedg
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Feminazi's fw
User avatar #545 to #254 - fukkendragonite
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Hooray! You're fertile!

Congratulations!
#603 to #254 - taurusguy
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I will rub your balls with congratulations over the internet, whenever you are ready place them against the monitor. its suggested to be alone when doing this, unless your wife is into that ****, in which case i got you one sexy times point (its good for one sexy times)
#467 to #254 - gardian
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grats man
grats man
User avatar #961 to #254 - steedawwg **User deleted account**
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I can't believe you've let feminism down, dave!

congratulations man!
#956 to #254 - ehzio
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What are you going to name your son??
What are you going to name your son??
User avatar #879 to #254 - logickid
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- zomg how could you do dis to femenism

SAID EVERY FEMINIST EVER.
#738 to #254 - rapsuskiller
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Congrats on the sex
#640 to #254 - livinglegacy
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Good luck, I've been thinking about having a kid, but my apartment walls are paper thin and my neighbour's baby cries so much, I get so pissed off. I can't deal with that.

Fun fact, though, It's pretty widespread but if you don't know, it's still fun, so yeah.
A baby's cry is is biologically inbred in us to be one of the worst sounds we can experience, just so we go help them through whatever they're crying for.

Good job, though. At least you're sticking around. However, If you REALLY wanted to "F YOUR A-HOLE" like your username implies, you really wouldn't be having a kid, boy, girl, or otherwise.
User avatar #4 - PrincessTwilight
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How dare she intentionally give birth to a boy!

******* feminists
#644 to #4 - anon id: 9b70ecd7
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but... it's a troll
User avatar #279 to #4 - newfeliperuiz
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It's a shame she wasn't raped, because then her body would've just used its failsafes and shut that **** down.
User avatar #280 to #279 - PrincessTwilight
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But she was raped!

After all, women are too weak to consent to sex, so when she consented to sex with her husband, it was really just rape. He must have used some patriarchy pills to make her pregnant because of the rape.
#464 to #279 - anon id: 67ae16c6
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And even without the failsafes, Kate could always have just turned the settings on her baby-oven to XX chromosome, because women can actively decide what the sex of their children are.

THAT'S HOW BIOLOGY WORKS!
#5 - WhattheNorris
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Do people have nothing else to do than find a way to bitch about everything?
Do people have nothing else to do than find a way to bitch about everything?
User avatar #595 to #5 - wtfduud
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Stop bitching about it.
#133 to #5 - anon id: 088932c0
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I just wanted to see a little princess. You don't get to dress your son up in a dress without a lot of questioning.
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User avatar #137 to #133 - WhattheNorris
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You can do whatever you want to your son, I'm not going to judge
#234 to #5 - anon id: ca8752c5
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have you ever spoken to a woman.... O_o
#933 to #5 - anisbanana
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Not people but females.
Not people but females.
User avatar #21 to #5 - europe
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Apperently no
User avatar #42 to #5 - kandazz
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There's irony in this post if you look closely.
#46 to #5 - nuculardonkey
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sauce plz?
User avatar #118 to #46 - WhattheNorris
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Sauce brought to you by the wonderful symus

Thank you :3
#119 to #118 - symus
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User avatar #58 to #46 - WhattheNorris
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It's a video with three clips of Miku flicking people off in various degrees
I'll see if I can find it
User avatar #116 to #58 - symus
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[MMD] How to Flip the Bird

Yo.
#188 to #116 - nuculardonkey
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I love you
#609 to #5 - musclerider
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Comment Picture
User avatar #6 to #5 - PrincessTwilight
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These are feminists. That's what they do.
User avatar #7 to #6 - WhattheNorris
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They need a good dicking is what they need. That'll fix 'em
#278 to #7 - mezznok
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Theyll wind up claiming rape.
#169 - pokimone
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I'm transgendered, and this is ******* stupid.  The amount of **** I've had to go through because of that in my life is astounding.  Don't get me wrong, I'm proud of what I am, but thats what I am.  I'm not happy I was born this way, I'm proud of who I've become and the prejudice that I've personally overcome.  But regardless, I've gone through **** for it.  Why would anyone wish that upon that little baby.  And if anyone reading this agrees with them up there, **** you, so called &quot;trans&quot; and &quot;feminists&quot;, you're a disgrace to your cause, a real feminist wants equality, and being trans isn't even a movement, its just something you are.  Stop trying to guilt others, stop bullying them for not being what you call &quot;different&quot; and stop giving us a bad name.  Let him be what he's ******* going to be, trans, straight, gay.  Who gives a flying ****.  Leave the kid alone.   
   
   
...good god, I think my jimmies have been rustled for the first time in years...
I'm transgendered, and this is ******* stupid. The amount of **** I've had to go through because of that in my life is astounding. Don't get me wrong, I'm proud of what I am, but thats what I am. I'm not happy I was born this way, I'm proud of who I've become and the prejudice that I've personally overcome. But regardless, I've gone through **** for it. Why would anyone wish that upon that little baby. And if anyone reading this agrees with them up there, **** you, so called "trans" and "feminists", you're a disgrace to your cause, a real feminist wants equality, and being trans isn't even a movement, its just something you are. Stop trying to guilt others, stop bullying them for not being what you call "different" and stop giving us a bad name. Let him be what he's ******* going to be, trans, straight, gay. Who gives a flying ****. Leave the kid alone.


...good god, I think my jimmies have been rustled for the first time in years...
#183 to #169 - anon id: b2741cee
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>transgendered
you mean indecisive? you stupid cunt
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User avatar #186 to #183 - pokimone
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Considering I was born with a vagina, and lived my life as a woman for 16 years before deciding I wasn't a woman, then enduring surgery, and hormone treatments for another 4 years, no. I'm pretty sure I know what I mean.
#238 to #169 - anon id: afdd4fda
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I'm on board with gay rights and all that, but I'm sorry, trans people have something wrong with them. It's either a physical deformation or a mental illness.

If you've actually got the wrong set of genitals it's not a "3rd gender" or whatever the **** they're trying to call it. It's a mutation. There are people born with 3 arms, they don't go boycotting shirt companies until they make 3 sleeved shirts.

If you think you were born in the wrong body or some **** that doesn't make it normal. There are people who cut off their own legs because they think they were meant to be paraplegic. That's ******* insane. So why is it accepted to get extensive surgery and hormone therapy to fit "the body you belong in"? The only difference is that the second one falls under the magical category of "gender", so it must be accepted and celebrated no matter how inconceivably stupid it may be.

original comment plz dnt steal
User avatar #243 to #238 - pokimone
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If thats your opinion, so be it. I respectfully disagree, but all the same, you have every right to feel that way. I wont be angry or disrespectful towards you for having a different opinion than mine, that would be just as bigoted as the people I'm trying to fight against. You're free to believe what you want my friend. I will say this, I'm glad you're on board with gay rights. I have alot of friends who just want a child and arn't allowed due to the current laws. And lastly, I'd like to apologize for any rudeness or disrespect anyone transgendered may have shown you. I know alot of us can be a bit... extreme. All the same, your opinion is just as valid as mine.
#245 to #243 - anon id: afdd4fda
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....
darn
you are hard to troll
User avatar #259 to #245 - pokimone
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I've dealt with people disagreeing with my decision my entire life since I've changed, its not easy to offend me anymore. But I know not everyone feels the same way I do. I can't tell him his opinion is wrong, because it isn't. Its his own. And just like I made the decision to follow who I felt I was inside, he chooses to follow his own beliefs. If I hated him for that, than I'm no better than all those people who've tried to hurt me. Like I said, his opinion, while I disagree with it, is just as valid as any of ours. I wont say I'm not slightly upset by it, but I will say, its nothing compared to what I've endured before, and I'll be over in about 10 minutes while I'm watching Game Grumps before bed. Honestly, he doesn't seem like that bad of a guy, just opinionated.
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User avatar #783 to #378 - pokimone
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Well, I mean, I don't know the full situation, but if you're in a relationship with someone who associates with the opposite gender, or is thinking of changing, all I can say is try to support them, but don't feel guilty if you can't. Its perfectly normal to feel sexual attraction to a specific gender or type of person, and while I think love should go past those barriers, for example, it would be difficult for a straight man to be in a relationship with another man. So basically, try your best to support them for who they are, but don't beat yourself up if you don't feel the same way if they change. All we can do is our best, and try to learn from what you do.
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User avatar #844 to #843 - pokimone
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I think she might understand. It sounds to me like your relationship with her is very important to her, so while it might be uncomfortable at first. I don't think she would have a huge issue with it. My dad still calls me his daughter, and I still love him very dearly. It hasn't impacted our relationship at all.
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User avatar #856 to #849 - pokimone
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Not a problem! I hope you and your sister have a very long happy relationship with one another.
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User avatar #996 to #995 - pokimone
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Wait... your brother is your girlfriend? Or... .....I'm confused. Wait, let me wrap my head around this... So it isn't your brother you were talking about, its your girlfriend? Like... substitute all Bro for girlfriend up there? Even in that case, the advice stays the same. Communication is key, just sit down and talk for a bit.
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User avatar #1012 to #1011 - pokimone
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Well, I mean, again, I'd say try to accept it. But don't feel bad if you can't. As much as she should be what she wants to be, if you can't be with a man than you shouldn't feel bad about that. No one should be upset because of how they were born, and that includes straight people. As before, just sit down, and talk to each other about it. Try to work something out and see what happens.
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User avatar #1014 to #1013 - pokimone
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You're a good man for supporting her even if she does go with it.
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#510 to #169 - anon id: 94a849fa
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Im listening to "sweet dreams" and this gif fits perfect with the song
#705 to #169 - umadz
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Can you.. Can you masturbate to yourself?
User avatar #766 to #705 - pokimone
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I've never really tried, maybe I suppose. I'm demisexual though, so I doubt it. I can only feel sexual attraction when theres an emotional connection.
#841 to #169 - thessalonaki
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You. You're pretty cool.   
*brofist*
You. You're pretty cool.
*brofist*
#906 to #169 - anon id: a799f2d2
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i hate people that say im proud to be gay transgendered lesbian etc. If you were born like that you have nothing to be proud of. But i agree its good that you're proud of who you became afterwards and all the **** you went through. But i find it ridiculous to be proud of something u didnt do.
#782 to #169 - lankyman
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Your jimmies have been justly rustled, and you answered it with eloquence, dignity and sound reason


We all applaud you
User avatar #925 to #169 - kittenfarts
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Me and my girl love you for this.
(she's transgendered too)
User avatar #928 to #925 - pokimone
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^^ I'm glad that I could make you two smile. Give her a hug for me.
#991 to #169 - andiandrea
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It always makes me happy to see someone that has fully transitioned, i still have a long way to go and every story or person i see or come by touches me and renews my hope.

I'm glad on your ways

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User avatar #971 to #169 - steedawwg **User deleted account**
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Kudos to you brother! or sister, or whatever you prefer...
User avatar #972 to #971 - pokimone
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I prefer Stormageddon, lord of all.
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Yes, M'Lord! May your travels be filled with joy!
User avatar #1024 to #972 - shitstormjoe
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******* BRILLIANT!
User avatar #350 to #169 - timmywankenobi
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whats happening is the gender warfare feminists want to cash in on some of the victimisation that gay and trans people face by saying hey women are just as much victims as gay and trans people, but without actually have to give a actual **** about gay or trans people at all.
User avatar #787 to #350 - pokimone
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Women have been oppressed throughout the years, but what feminists don't see, is that they really arn't anymore. We live in a society where as women, they can do whatever they want to just as much as any man. They're stuck in the past, and basically just throwing little hissy fits trying to make themselves seem like victims. Women are just as good as men, but not better. Just as men are just as good as women, and again, not better. I think we should judge people by who they are as an individual, not their gender. And personally, those feminists up there? Judged by me to be grade A asswipes.
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agreed.
#456 to #169 - sexymobile
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you're ******* cool as hell. I wish I had a friend like you, we could go to Target and laugh at the number of teenage boys with their mothers buying Family Guy boxers together.
please be my friend
User avatar #777 to #456 - pokimone
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I guess we're friends now then.
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huzzah!
User avatar #862 to #169 - fauxshores
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Damn. Lots of respect for actually being able to go through with it. My BF is starting up the process of hormones and i would love to join him down the road of fem-dom but im honestly too afraid to tell my parents. They are both so very anti-gay anti-trans anti-everything that i honestly just dont want to lose them.

Any advice on how to go about this?
User avatar #874 to #862 - pokimone
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Well, first off, I'm glad you support your boyfriend in this, and secondly, I understand being afraid to tell them. I was terrified to tell mine. They were baptists if that gives any idea, really antigay and antieverything. But they still supported me, and I even helped change their mind about the situation, maybe you can do the same. All I can say is try to be honest, and if they don't understand, then... well... that sucks, but you'll be able to move on eventually. Personally, I feel that most parents love their children enough to get past things like that, but I know there are some times when they wont feel it acceptable. Just try sitting down with them and having a heart to heart talk. Ease them into it. And don't let that come between you and your boyfriend, a good relationship is priceless.
#353 to #169 - hangingtree
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Hey.
You're cool.
Keep being cool.
User avatar #747 to #169 - gowge
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Id like to thank you for these comments and being so patient with everyone. you have really opened my eyes to the whole trans-gender situation as i never fully understood.
So thanks Pokimone
User avatar #762 to #747 - pokimone
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Its no problem! Alot of the fear or anger people feel stems from ignorance of the situation, not because they're bad people. So I'm happy to answer any and all questions to the best of my abilities. Its nice to see so many people interested and so... well... okay with it all. ^^
User avatar #891 to #169 - hotsaws
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You are an awesome individual. I can't imagine how hard (heh, "hard".) and frustrating it is to wake up with a new penis.
User avatar #892 to #891 - pokimone
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It was just a little awkward, I actually thought it was pretty cool. Wake up, look down, BAM PENIS. Kind of made my day.


For a while I would dance around and watch it flop like an elephants trunk, but then my boobs hit the wall next to me and I stopped doing that.
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So does it look like a normal penis, or an extended clitoris, if you don't mind me asking...? (I've never encountered this kind of thing before, only crossdressers.)
User avatar #897 to #895 - pokimone
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Looks like an average penis. I can't really see much of a difference. Maybe slightly pinker. But other than that, pretty normal.
User avatar #899 to #897 - hotsaws
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Pretty awesome. Now I'm going to look up how they do that but with men to women genitals. Good luck with your treatment! Everybody deserves to be comfortable in their own skin, man or woman.
User avatar #713 to #169 - mexicandudeinsd
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can i see a pic of u? [if ure confortable]
User avatar #764 to #713 - pokimone
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I'll take one later tonight for you. I'll put up a before and after shot so you can see the difference from when I was a woman.
User avatar #1022 to #764 - mexicandudeinsd
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can u link me to it
User avatar #793 to #764 - iamnewhere
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I'd like to see this too, if you don't mind.
User avatar #798 to #793 - pokimone
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Its not a problem at all. I just look like a normal guy for the most part, just with slightly softer features. My voice is a tad higher though, so I might do a video instead if thats cool with everyone.
User avatar #802 to #798 - iamnewhere
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Sounds good to me.
I read some of your comments, i like you.
User avatar #810 to #802 - pokimone
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Thanks, I'm trying to respond to every comment I can, but they're so many. Lol. And I think my pizza is burning, the other guys on my shift are gonna kill me for that. Ah well, You seem like a good person, I like you too. It should be up sometime tonight after I get off my shift here, but it might be tomorrow if we get called in for something big. Its been dry lately (I work at the fire department). So I hope you don't mind waiting a few hours.
User avatar #816 to #810 - iamnewhere
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Lol take your time, and see you later.
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User avatar #700 to #169 - suiker
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you go girboyrl..?
User avatar #767 to #700 - pokimone
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I prefer Ladyman McGee The Third, Esquire.
#641 to #169 - Xyhpon
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I've been in a real bitter mood for the past year, on and off, apparently because I am near incapable of taking breakups like the rest of humanity. You seem like a pretty chill person and it makes me glad to know that there's people out there who have endured through some pretty tough **** and are still happy. What's it like to have someone love you even to the point of still loving you after you do something as dramatic as changing your entire physical self? I've only been in one relationship that lasted 7 months in the 19 years of my life, and she never once told me she loved me, so I can't say I'm versed on the subject of being loved. I have given up the fight to find a relationship, and am at peace with the fact of being alone but I'd like to know what its like, just out of curiosity.
User avatar #773 to #641 - pokimone
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Its very nice... Believe me, I know what you went through, I've been in more than my fair share of relationships, and I've been cheated on and hurt many many times. It took a long time and alot of hard work to find that one person who will love me no matter what. But once you find that person, you can't imagine life without them. They become a part of who you are. Shes more like a missing part of me than a different person, and I know she feels the same. But one thing I can say is don't just give up. You have to wade your way through alot of **** to find happiness in this life, but it is out there. Don't force yourself into relationships or out of them just for the sake of company or being alone, wait until someone special comes along and give it another shot. Breakups hurt like ****. And honestly, I can't handle them well either, but once you get through it to find that one person, its worth it all. If she wan't right for you, then it wasn't either of your faults, it just didn't work. And I can understand that you loved her, but it'll all be okay, the pain seems eternal, but it will slowly fade away. My best advice is say go out and be with friends, go see a movie or distract yourself with something. You'll think about her less and less untill its only a small thing in the very back of your mind.
#1007 to #773 - Xyhpon
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I don't really mind not being in a relationship honestly, being single is something I've gotten used to. I haven't really been offered any chances to be in any relationship since she broke up with me, so I've only really taken the time to hang out with friends and move forward with my life. Anyway thanks for the info.
User avatar #679 to #169 - rieskimo
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Thumbed you for the gif alone, now I want to thumb you again for your comment.
#497 to #169 - anon id: d274b043
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Something I was wondering, and beforehand I do not take your opinion to be the voice of all transgender people, how do you feel about assigning gender roles to children?
User avatar #775 to #497 - pokimone
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I think its kind of... well... wrong I suppose. I mean, If were just talking like putting a boy into sports and a girl into dance, then I guess its alright, raise them the way you would with anyone. But once they get to an age where they can understand the world, let them choose for themselves. All I can say, is that I don't think anyone should get some special treatment just for being different, but I think parents should support their children if they are. A parents love should go past gender, race, and all things like that. So I think a parent should just raise a child with as much love and understanding as they can (and no small amount of discipline) and let the child choose who they want to be.
User avatar #465 to #169 - TarnRazor
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I'm honestly confused so please correct me if I'm wrong. I thought being transgendered meant that your psyche was that of a different gender and nothing else. A transsexual is a person uncomfortable with their current body and would like to switch sexes. Wouldn't you, in retrospect, be a transsexual? My boyfriend is a really committed social justice warrior so I try my best to be politically correct for his sake and I kind of like standing up to bigots and whatnot.
User avatar #776 to #465 - pokimone
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You're entirely correct. I suppose I should say I'm transsexual now, but I was transgendered. Personally, I lump the two together because most transgendered people end up changing. I'm sorry if I offended you my friend.
User avatar #987 to #776 - TarnRazor
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No not at all. I just thought you could only be one at any given time. Thanks for clearing that up.
#480 to #465 - anon id: 614cb3f4
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As far as my understanding goes, that is correct, but I would also assume that genetics are lumped in with the physical body, in the definition of transgender, while not so much with transexual. Therefore, they would be both, after an operation, no?

(and if I'm wrong, I blame it on it being 4 am here.)
User avatar #481 to #480 - TarnRazor
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No that makes a lot of sense. Thanks for that.
User avatar #309 to #169 - remsaman
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for curiosities sake, could we get before and after photos?

this is literally the first time ive heard of a woman getting a sex change into a man.
User avatar #788 to #309 - pokimone
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I'll take one later tonight and post it for everyone. Its no problem at all.
User avatar #805 to #788 - remsaman
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awesome
#437 to #169 - lumarious
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i'm happy that you exist
User avatar #779 to #437 - pokimone
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Thank you ^^ I'm glad that so many people are here are so openminded honestly, and that they like Pusheen. Who doesn't like pusheen. So ******* cute. ^^"
User avatar #203 to #169 - sketchysketchist
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You're one of the many gay, lesbian, transwhatever people that I like for having reasonable beliefs.
Now tell me, how do you feel about those who feel entitled to a great amout of respect for everything they do because they're special and you shouldn't hate them for any reason unless you're homophobic.
User avatar #211 to #203 - pokimone
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You mean people who think they should get respect just because their gay or trans? I mean, its tough to get through the prejudice, but aside from that they need to earn it. I tend to try to show respect to everyone until they give me a reason not too, but all the same. If you feel like your entitled to special treatment for being a little different, thats just as bigoted as the people who hate you for it. You have to do something, be a good person, you know? Basically, as long as someone isn't a twatmuffin, I give them respect. But demanding it because you're gay is kind of being a twatmuffin, if you're a good guy, respect will come, regardless of preference.
#235 to #211 - sketchysketchist
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**sketchysketchist rolled a random image posted in comment #19 at &quot;Everything's going to be alright!&quot; **    
I like you.   
Take all my thumbs.
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I like you.
Take all my thumbs.
User avatar #239 to #235 - pokimone
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Thank you my friend! You have mine as well!
#428 to #169 - chaserking
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So like, do they touch?
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Female. Chose to become a guy over time with surgery and hormone treatments. Now I'm happily engaged to a wonderful woman. It took a long time, and most people are surprised to know I was born female. ^^" But while I was on the treatments, the amount of hate was ungodly. But you get through it and everythings okay. Thats why when I see people acting like that post, it gets my jimmies rustled up into knots. Their just being cruel to the poor kid, the whole idea of feminism is supposed to be equality, they need to stop ******* treating men like scum, or expect to be treated like the femnatzis their being. As for the trans people talking about him, or the non trans hoping for him to be one, they just need to grow up and learn to accept people for who they are.


Sorry for the rant, its a touchy subject. ^^" I hope I didn't offend or bore you my friend.
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#192 to #185 - pokimone
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No. With surgery you can change a little, but its the hormone treatments that bring it to the next level. Nobody can even tell I was female until I tell them. The only thing is my voice is slightly higher than the average guys. This is a picture of Buck Angel before and after his (her) treatments. (sorry for ****** quality, used paint) He never got surgery to add on a penis, so he still has his vag down there, but as you can see, there is a major difference. Google him (safe search on if you don't want to see man vagina) and you can see more.
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Not with sperm no, but other than that, it works just fine. I can ejaculate like anyone else, I just can't have kids, and the balls are just for show.


You should see the effect that has in public, like I said, I look like a man, so I can have people kick my balls and stay standing. I've gotten out of a good few bar fights with that trick. It still hurts, just not anymore than getting kicked anywhere else.
#223 to #195 - newforomador
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YFW you get kicked in the nuts
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#198 to #197 - pokimone
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No problem mate. I'm happy to answer any and all questions! Thanks for being such a cool guy about it. ^^
User avatar #206 to #198 - starchild
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Just one question, and feel free to not answer. Is sex any different IE the feeling etc or is it generally the same for both men and women??
User avatar #212 to #206 - pokimone
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Well, like I said, mine isn't really a real dick, so my opinion might be invalid here. But personally, I think sex felt better as a woman. Like... it was mind blowing. Not its still damn good, but I don't lose my mind at every orgasm anymore.
User avatar #229 to #212 - starchild
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I thought that would be the case. I know when guys get circumcised, the head becomes less sensitive, due to it rubbing against pants etc, so i imagine is similar to the rest of the penis, were as women are mostly covered so are more sensitive. I think that makes sense?! either way thanks for answering, not something you can usually ask someone.
User avatar #231 to #229 - pokimone
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Hell, its no problem. I'm one of the few people whos experienced both sides of that coin. I have no issues answering anything you want.
User avatar #241 to #231 - starchild
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I don't really have anymore questions, you kind of answered everything already! But thank you, its been informative!
User avatar #244 to #241 - pokimone
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Not a problem! Thank you for being interested, lol. Have a great night mate!
#258 to #198 - anon id: ad93a19c
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Curious anon here.
What sexuality does your partner have? Bi sexual I guess?
Same for you, do you prefer men, women, or both?
User avatar #263 to #258 - pokimone
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She's bisexual. I'm something called Demisexual, which is an offshoot of asexuality. It basically means that I only feel sexual attraction when I feel an emotional connection. Random passersbyers, no matter how attractive, make me feel no sexual desires. The most beautiful woman in the world (aside from my fiance) could come up to me and offer herself up, and if I didn't feel anything for her first, if we wearn't good friends or dating, the very idea of sex would make me sick. It doesn't have to be romantic, it can be friendship that causes sexual desires too. Basically, my brain bypasses primary attraction (the physical side of it.) and jumps straight to secondary (the emotional part). But believe me, when I feel that connection, theres defiantly some desires. Alot of them. Kind of overwhelming really since I don't feel it much. We have a pretty decent sex life if I do say so myself. They say sex brings a couple together, so we try to be as close to one another as we can be.
User avatar #1009 to #263 - defiantly
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You probably meant to use "definitely".
User avatar #1010 to #1009 - pokimone
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I did indeed.
User avatar #1004 to #192 - frankpolard
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but i want your face...
User avatar #1005 to #1004 - pokimone
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Lol, don't worry, sometime in the next day or so I'll be uploading a picture of me. I'm on shift at work right now, so I can't, but it should be up before midnight tomorrow.
User avatar #1006 to #1005 - frankpolard
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i'm ok with that
#184 to #180 - anon id: b2741cee
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>chose to become a guy
do you still have ovaries?
can you produce sperm?
do you have a prostate?
No, you're a woman with mutilated sex organs and a ****** up hormone system.
Still got a whom? yep, thought so.
dumb cunt.
User avatar #202 to #184 - charpentier
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Less hate, more love.
User avatar #187 to #184 - pokimone
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No, unfortunately, I don't have any of those things. I can never have children of my own now, and I suppose I regret changing before I had kids. But all the same, I'm happy with who I am, and I'm happy with my body the way it is. I can always adopt, and that takes a kid without a home and gives him one. So maybe its better this way anyway.
#175 to #174 - anon id: 3d087a3f
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The correct one.
User avatar #349 to #169 - redstain
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I've just been reading through all these comments...

I like you. You are a good person.
User avatar #789 to #349 - pokimone
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As are you my friend.
#751 to #169 - greensky
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I havent heard such ******** for ages
being trans is against nature
#795 to #751 - mcmg
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And being an asshole is against everyone is society. Word of advice, Pokimone is him/herself (I think she became a he, unsure at this time) and you are yourself. Have you ever met in person? Then why does it matter to you, hm? Cell phones? Cars? Skyscrapers? Computers? All of those seem pretty unnatural, man made, and against nature. So, get off your ******* high-horse, and let the person be the ******* person, because it does not, nor will it EVER affect you. It'd be like me complaining about how people who skydive being unnatural. I actually have a strong argument for mine, people shouldn't be that high anyway, or we'd have wings, nor should we be falling from that height. I don't like skydiving, as clear is that as you clearly being a hateful bigot.   
   
Tl;Dr? You're an unaccepting, unsympathetic asshole. Blah blah. I don't like skydiving, but that doesn't mean I justify my fear of it by calling it unnatural. I'm afraid of heights, you are afraid of someone being different.    
   
Tl;Dr any of that?  YOU ARE A ******* ASSHOLE.
And being an asshole is against everyone is society. Word of advice, Pokimone is him/herself (I think she became a he, unsure at this time) and you are yourself. Have you ever met in person? Then why does it matter to you, hm? Cell phones? Cars? Skyscrapers? Computers? All of those seem pretty unnatural, man made, and against nature. So, get off your ******* high-horse, and let the person be the ******* person, because it does not, nor will it EVER affect you. It'd be like me complaining about how people who skydive being unnatural. I actually have a strong argument for mine, people shouldn't be that high anyway, or we'd have wings, nor should we be falling from that height. I don't like skydiving, as clear is that as you clearly being a hateful bigot.

Tl;Dr? You're an unaccepting, unsympathetic asshole. Blah blah. I don't like skydiving, but that doesn't mean I justify my fear of it by calling it unnatural. I'm afraid of heights, you are afraid of someone being different.

Tl;Dr any of that? YOU ARE A ******* ASSHOLE.
User avatar #804 to #795 - pokimone
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I'm going to be taking that gif if you don't mind. It will go very well in my folder of "**** you, and ********" reactions. You seem like a nice guy, keep going on being that. We don't have nearly enough people like that in the world.
#812 to #804 - mcmg
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Thank you. And, female, actually. ^-^ You keep being strong, and I'll find it somewhere in me to keep being nice.
Thank you. And, female, actually. ^-^ You keep being strong, and I'll find it somewhere in me to keep being nice.
User avatar #823 to #812 - pokimone
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Then you seem like a very nice woman. ^^ I accept your virtual hug and return it tenfold my friend.
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[/sarcasm] oooh better watch out everyone, someone is a bit sore at getting called out on his bigotry and is thumbing people down everyone run and hide and maybe he'll spare you [/sarcasm]
#979 to #751 - renegadesparks **User deleted account**
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Why do I imagine this is what you look like, coming out of your basement comfort zone just to make fun of someone different from you, just to slink away before you can suffer the repercussions, personally I could never see myself going through all that just to be what I feel like on the inside, and (s)he had the metaphorical now literal balls to go through with this, and you are here, just sitting there, insulting this fine person because you feel it's "against nature"
#831 to #751 - anon id: 67b48770
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Look up clown fish then say this dumb ass
User avatar #1029 to #169 - pokimone
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Also, for any of you wanting a picture of me. Just uploaded something entirely unrelated to my trans today, but it does in fact have a picture.
#176 to #169 - shitstormjoe
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This is how awesome you are right now my friend. Be proud for what you are and still have common sense!
User avatar #34 - GEARBOY
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What pisses me of more than female feminists are MALE feminists - WHAT WENT WRONG?
User avatar #215 to #34 - shitposts
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I Think you missed the part where Feminism is defined as someone who is for gender equality, not someone who hates males or is sexist against males.

If you didn't mean feminists but instead femnazis then I agree, that's a little ****** up.
User avatar #35 to #34 - ireallylikepotatoe
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Male feminists are just dudes trying to get laid.
#797 to #35 - anon id: d5acb1cf
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I think they might be a little undereducated about the crowd they are trying to bang
User avatar #658 to #35 - noblekira
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if thats the case they must really like a ******* challenge
#576 to #35 - anon id: 55b0ca66
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totally n they knkow it
if they against slut shaming then theres no shame seeing a hooker
#572 to #35 - anon id: 55b0ca66
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ya an the feminists know it,
if they hate slut shaming then there should be no shame in seeing hookers
#503 to #35 - anon id: faeabbea
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Male feminists is just dudes trying to achieve gender equality for all.

******* douchebag...
User avatar #543 to #503 - ireallylikepotatoe
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No they are not.

Feminists aren't even trying to achieve gender equality. If your movement is trying to achieve gender equality then it would not be named after one side of the genders.

I believe in gender equality, but Feminism is not gender equality.
#678 to #543 - anon id: f98fc08a
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Feminism: noun: The advocacy of women's rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men.

Equality. Said this a thousand times; yes there are a section of feminists who take the thing to an unbelievable extremity like everything in life. Just because a select few muslims are terrorists doesn't mean that the muslim religion promotes terrorism. Same applies with sexism. It's a movement with good intentions for a good cause that is blown to extreme heights by a group who bring shame to the entire movement.
Don't be a closed minded prick, you're just making the "feminazis" look like they're right in saying all men are the same.
#554 to #543 - mrcinnamon
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Isn't that more of an etymological point? It was called feminism because initially gender equality would have been pretty much entirely focused on the advocation of women's rights and now the movement holds the name as a relic from that era. To hold the name against it is foolish. At the worst proper feminism is an approach to equality which focuses on removing the obstacles existing in the lives of women. It is compatible with other movements for gender equality like the men's rights movement, LGBTQ movements etc. Loads of feminists are actually against a lot of the advantages women DO have in society (like in custody battles or army service) because they see them as relics of a more sexist time when men and women were given different spheres of control (the public and the private).
I agree there are feminists who seem confused about the name and seem to think that the movement is entirely about promotion of women's rights but even they (misguided as they are) think this is a way to approach gender equality... if you exclude the misandrists which I think is fair as they're a huge minority.
#475 to #35 - masterfuck
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Idk, I think Stranger 1 summed it up pretty well. Actually found on Omegle in the "spy" (question) mode.
#43 - shishiko **User deleted account**
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He warned us.
He warned us.
User avatar #466 to #43 - TarnRazor
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kenji...
#567 to #43 - damakorithus
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this is my only related picture...
#60 to #43 - nitsuan
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#52 to #43 - derptyderpderp
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User avatar #45 - mechaemperor
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That sounds like sexism against males.
User avatar #71 to #45 - heartlessrobot
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That's exactly what it is.
User avatar #89 to #71 - walcorn
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No, no, you see...

Sexism is only sexism when it's against women.
There is no such thing as sexism against males.

Trust me, I heard it from a professional feminist.
User avatar #90 to #89 - heartlessrobot
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Tell her to go floss her cunt with barbed wire.
User avatar #91 to #90 - walcorn
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That might just be the cure for feminism...

You never know unless you try
User avatar #109 to #89 - syrenthra
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also how black people can't be racists, don't forget that
User avatar #111 to #109 - walcorn
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unless they're men of course
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Tough Guise- documentary.
#22 - I Am Monkey
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I'm on board with gay rights and all that, but I'm sorry, trans people have something wrong with them. It's either a physical deformation or a mental illness.

If you've actually got the wrong set of genitals it's not a "3rd gender" or whatever the **** they're trying to call it. It's a mutation. There are people born with 3 arms, they don't go boycotting shirt companies until they make 3 sleeved shirts.

If you think you were born in the wrong body or some **** that doesn't make it normal. There are people who cut off their own legs because they think they were meant to be paraplegic. That's ******* insane. So why is it accepted to get extensive surgery and hormone therapy to fit "the body you belong in"? The only difference is that the second one falls under the magical category of "gender", so it must be accepted and celebrated no matter how inconceivably stupid it may be.
User avatar #660 to #22 - noblekira
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Im not saying i agree of disagree simply that is it not just better for people to be happy whatever that means (within the respects of the law of course). If you're only happy when your puntkicking a pensioner well thats another story
User avatar #768 to #22 - didyoufall
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I always thought to myself, why wouldn't you just be a tom-boy, or a feminine guy. But no matter how retarded we think it is, it would be a violation of rights to not allow them to do what they want with their body.
User avatar #830 to #22 - qxy
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Dude, being gay also is a genetical mutation.. But that doesn't mean you have less rights.
#852 to #22 - lolibear
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I think it's one thing if you parade being transgender like it's some kind of "3rd gender" and that you are special in some way and deserve special treatment. However, I think people have the right to try and change their gender if they truly feel they never wanted to be what they were.

Let's use your own example. What if someone was born with 3 arms, and they said "I feel uncomfortable and wrong having 3 arms, I want to have surgery to remove one of them." Are they wrong because of that?
#172 to #22 - SemiAnon
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I agree with everything you said, and disagree with all the arguments against it.   
   
Telling everyone to accept transgenders as normal is the same thing as telling everyone to accept people with down syndrome as normal.
I agree with everything you said, and disagree with all the arguments against it.

Telling everyone to accept transgenders as normal is the same thing as telling everyone to accept people with down syndrome as normal.
User avatar #363 to #22 - I Am Monkey
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Let it be known that somebody got so butthurt by this comment that they went on my profile and thumbed down all my comments going back like a week. ******* feminists...
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I will white knight the **** out of you so ******* hard for the next 72 hours.
User avatar #780 to #22 - makomirocket
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Technically, being gay is a mental illness, as we as a species, as all species, have pretty much one reason to live: reproduce. However, no one cares that it is a "Illness" as it shouldn't effect you what so ever. Except for all that dick you'll be getting

btw, I am not a bigot, it's just science
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User avatar #472 to #22 - logicstrike
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it's called gender dysphoria, if you were wondering they are advised to go through counciling first. or they may have suffered some form of hermaphroditism or accident that would have caused gender reassighnment at birth, and that would lead to confusion as they growup because of incorrect hormonal development.
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Gender is black and white though. They're called deformities because they're biological errors. Just because you're a man who likes girly things, or a woman who likes monster trucks, doesn't mean you're a man/woman trapped in a woman/man's body. Just some dude who likes barbies.
If you think the proper response to that is to get extensive gender reassignment surgery, there is something seriously wrong in your head.
User avatar #61 to #22 - WhattheNorris
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Transgendered people are for the most part not celebrated and accepted like you say they are. More often than discrimination against gays do do trans people receive discrimination against being so uncomfortable in the bodies they were born in. They're treated like ungrateful freaks, which they aren't. Why is it so bad for people to change what they think is necessary for their happiness? It's not like affects anyone but them.
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Obviously not celebrated among normal people, but in the feminist movement they're treated like royalty. For them it's a contest of "who's getting discriminated against most"
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User avatar #63 to #22 - secretlysuperman
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I don't expect people to celebrate me, but am I as a person not allowed to be accepted by society just because I'm not comfortable with my body?
Whether or not there is something wrong with me or not (who really knows), of course its not normal, to be so uncomfortable with my body. But whats so wrong with people under going surgery if its what will make them happy and comfortable?
It might be a mental illness, a genetic mutation, or a physical deformation, but its irrelevant because its the cross that some people, I being one of them has to bear.
It is never easy to make a large change in one's life, especially one that is so massive, if that's what the person wants, why is it stupid?
#64 to #22 - vanoreo
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why can't we just let people be themselves?
User avatar #72 to #64 - I Am Monkey
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You don't need extensive surgery and hormone therapy to be yourself.
#733 to #72 - toogreenforyou
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So far I've largely agreed with your points, I'm also fairly sure this is a slip of the hand type of comment. There are people out there who do need hormone therapy and body changes to be theirselves. Regardless of the fact that people consider it a mental illness or not, it goes further than just wanting to improve your physique for example. These people can't identify their mental image with the picture they see in the mirror, they hate their bodies and can't function normally.
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Of course they can't function normally; they aren't normal.
User avatar #73 to #72 - vanoreo
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If it's what you want it is
User avatar #76 to #73 - I Am Monkey
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If you can afford it go right ahead, but not if it means your insurance company or government paying hundreds of thousand of dollars.
User avatar #77 to #76 - vanoreo
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I'm not trans myself, but it's not the government or insurance company's responsibility to pay for your surgery

but they by no means can outlaw it
User avatar #79 to #77 - I Am Monkey
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I don't think anyone here said outlaw it.
User avatar #80 to #79 - vanoreo
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no one here said insurance or government paying for it either
User avatar #81 to #80 - I Am Monkey
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But they are in many countries.
User avatar #82 to #81 - vanoreo
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let me change something I said above, I'm fine with insurance companies doing it but iffy on government

i don't know enough about transgender to argue any further though, I just know that they're just normal people feeling they belong in a different body
#636 to #82 - xpeh
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I don't think my tax dollars and insurance payments should go to people trying to benefit themselves. If being born in the wrong body was harming the physical health of a person, then I wouldn't mind as much.
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That's why I said I was iffy on government but fine with insurance

They're paying for insurance too
#647 to #22 - livinglegacy
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I haven't read the replies to your comment, but, you're right. None of that is "normal". But at the same time, it's not "wrong" either. If someone thinks they would be themselves with one appendage missing, who are we to judge them for what makes them happy? It's not like they were going to be born a "normal" person and decided "OH I DONT WANT TO BE NORMAL, LET ME CUT MY LEGS OFF". They just feel compelled to do things that they want to do. If they lose a leg, or two, or maybe even just some fingers, it doesn't hurt you. It just makes them happy. So what's wrong with it?
User avatar #75 to #22 - TheFreak
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It's not a mental illness. When the baby is forming and its gender is being sorted out there are certain hormones that cause the actual sex organs to be formed and certain hormones that go to the brain and say "hey, this is what gender we are." The reason trans people feel like they're in the wrong body is because the body-affecting hormones and the brain-affecting hormones didn't match up.
User avatar #83 to #75 - I Am Monkey
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How is that not a mental illness?...
By that description it sounds like a developmental disorder.
User avatar #115 to #83 - TheFreak
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Mental illness are defined as behavioral or emotional problems. They're psychological. A trans person is someone whose hormones got messed up while in the womb. You can't change what gender the brain identifies itself as, you can only change the body it's been put in.
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Is this a fact that transgender people have a hormonal imbalance? Because the way I've always seen it is that people are displeased with the socially constructed gender rolls they've been given.

I don't mean to insult as I'm genuinely curious. I've always been for gay rights, but the idea of being transgendered has always bugged me.
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It's not a hormonal imbalance per-say. It can't be fixed with injections or pills. When the brain itself was forming the initial hormones dictating what gender the brain would identify itself as didn't match up with the ones actually effecting the body. It's like a software that can't be rewritten. You can only change the hardware to suit it.
It has nothing to do with gender rolls. It's the brain's programming clashing with the reality of the person's body.
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Interesting. Thank you for the information. I was unaware that there was a hormone that influences gender identity. I always thought that the only real biological factors that distinguish gender were caused by the levels of estrogen and testosterone in a persons body. Then again this is a silly things to just assume since biology is never that black and white. I suppose this is why I am not a biologist.
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#30 to #22 - bigmanblue
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thats not trans
trans are people who are born male but act/believe they are female at heart or vice versa
#48 to #30 - pirdulitis
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ughh you can't read properly can you?
User avatar #117 to #22 - roflsaucer
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What I never understood is why go through the hormone therapy and surgery to switch gender, instead of going through therapy to be comfortable with the gender you already are? I mean, you avoid extensive surgery and achieve the same result.

I obviously have no idea how it feels, but from a practical and objective point of view, simply undergoing therapy to be comfortable with the body you were given seems a lot easier to do, and less harmful.
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User avatar #131 to #127 - roflsaucer
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Not really, no. With gays, it's a bit of a different situation. You're comfortable with your body, you just like the same gender.

With being transgendered, you're uncomfortable with your body and, as far as I know, the two ways to solve this problem is to A.) Get a sex change or B.) Undergo therapy to be comfortable with your body. And, from what I understand, option B would be a lot easier on you, don't you think?
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If a transsexual can undergo therapy which makes them feel good about their biological body, they are not "real" transgender. Their brain and mind is different gender than the body, it's not a mental illness as much as being left-handed is. In most countries they have to go through a lot of psychiatric tests to prove this. We know too little about brains to know what causes this.
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User avatar #136 to #135 - roflsaucer
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You're not getting what I'm saying.

People who are gay have no problem with who or what they are - so they don't need to fix anything.

Transgenders, on the other hand, have a problem with who or what they are - so they DO need to fix something. What I'm saying is, why not go for the easier fix to the problem?
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Well, not necessarily. Lets face it, people aren't going to treat them like whatever gender they switch to, which would probably lead to emotional trauma somewhere down the line when, even after undergoing such extensive surgery and treatment, they aren't accepted.

Changing your mind to fit your body, rather than your body to fit your mind, seems to have a much easier to achieve and favorable result.
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Well, they can't keep it hidden from everybody, especially if they decide to get into a relationship with someone. They're going to have to reveal it eventually, especially if the person they're in a relationship with wants kids. And it would feel ******* terrible when the person you thought loved you suddenly switches so drastically on you.

There really is no "easy" solution to it, but it just seems like therapy to fix your thoughts is a better long-term solution.
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I don't know, personally I wouldn't be able to go out with a transgendered woman. It's a very uncomfortable situation for everybody.

And it would be common courtesy to keep something so personal a secret.
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"A lot" may be a bit of an overstatement, nearly every guy I've had this conversation with has said they wouldn't be able to.

But regardless, as far as I can tell undergoing therapy and/or treatment to be okay with the body you already have is a much more complete, if not easier, solution. There's no worry about how others feel about you, or complications from surgery and whatnot.

Even if it is more difficult to do, it just seems like it'd be a lot better of a solution should it be done.
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User avatar #59 to #22 - BrotherDeath
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I understand yout opinion, and to a point I agree with it. However, I take the view that if someone wants to do something to their body, including surgical removal of limbs or gender change, then they should be free to fo ahead and pay a doctor to do it (this is including Canada, UK, and other countries with free healthcare; no way the government should have to pay for that kind of ****).

The flip-side is that they then have to put up with it. You had a guy chop your legs off and now you want to go back to having legs? Tough ****, dumbass, your legs are ******* gone. You're not getting them back.
User avatar #875 to #59 - cyanidesandvich
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well that goes two ways,

if you were born with two cocks (no matter how awesome that would be, for this example its a bad thing)
you are currentlly an infant, i think it should be free to have your double decker trimmed.
even if you had it till 50 and so on
allthough, if you wanted to remove something from the basic anatomy or add something to it, then you should have to pay, (unless it's something replacement, (arm get's mangled in a car accident, donor arm)

nothing stupid like breast enlargement or liposuction, that's comes from your own pocket




User avatar #988 to #875 - BrotherDeath
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Yeah, ok, in that scenario I'm willing to extend my point to include mutations causing negative deviations from the standard human anatomy. Even if it doesn't affect one's ability to work, it'll be a serious problem in their life eventually.

My main point is that governments paying for the medical costs of their citizens should not have to pay for anything which either doesn't affect or will detract from their ability to workj and live a normal life. The main examples are gender-swapping surgery and the unnecessary surgical removal of parts of the person's anatomy. That kind of medical service should be the individual's responsibility, not the taxpayers'.
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You can do whatever the **** you want with your own money, but if the nutcase activists had it their way it would be on he taxpayers dime. Especially in places with universal healthcare. On top of that you've got people who regret it and think it should be reversed for free like its someone else's problem.
User avatar #97 to #65 - BrotherDeath
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Yeah, no, I completely disagree that this kind of thing should be paid for by the government.

If it's not something that directly affects your physical or mental health, or puts your life in danger (basically, if it's for your own self-centered reasons), then no-one else has any business in paying for it, and you should not expect it of them. Asshole.
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I really wish more people in Canada agreed with you. Sex changes are paid for. Eye care, dentistry, hearing care, psychologists, chiropractic, and (I believe) physiotherapy are not.
User avatar #605 to #484 - BrotherDeath
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...So Canadian Universal Healthcare will pay for someone to change their sex, but won't pay for people to recieve treatment for quite a number of things which actually affect their ability to work?

Wellp.
User avatar #1008 to #605 - chucknorrisTHEGAME
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Welcome to my country. Imagine paying just as much as you would ordinarily for health care PLUS 10-30 grand a year in taxes for it.
#296 - raybongo
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How's it going?

I'm Ray Bongo
#583 to #296 - Dakafal
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Oh no, I thought we killed you a long time ago.
#743 to #583 - notstill
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no that was his evil twin brother Ray Bingo, this is ray bongo
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#654 to #8 - meinneger
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just reading the word 'cis' gets my blood boiling

we don't need a special term for what we are because it's ******* normal

it's like saying i've got no-cancer syndrome
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That was brilliant : D laughed for a good 10 seconds. And thats pretty long.

Also i put a space in my smily face so i don't get that faggy yellow rounded emote.
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someone smack that women in that picture