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#65 - That's funny, I looked up what they use for gender dysphoria t…  [+] (2 replies) 11/13/2015 on It's an ambush +7
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#66 - KillinTime (11/13/2015) [-]
yeah welcome to politically correctsville buddy.
#85 - anon (11/13/2015) [-]
Nah, you're just kinda stupid.

It's like that medical condition where people believe that they should have been born blind or without legs or whatever.

One possible treatment is that they get blinded or cripple their legs or whatever so that their body matches their brain's interpretation of their body. Clearly not the best treatment, since it's extremely harmful, but the same criteria does not apply to being transgender.

Primarily because transitioning does not actually harm the subject, they can still do anything they could before, but also because we do not have set "roles" in society for, say, blind people, as we do with men and women, which is where the social aspect of being transgender comes in.

Anyways, I'm not going to type any more because I don't think you have actually educated yourself on the subject beyond reading a few posts on funnyjunk and making up your mind from them, and research is very important.
#62 - Aren't those pictures taken at her private home? Being t…  [+] (15 replies) 11/13/2015 on It's an ambush +2
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#64 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
No, it's a choice to take hormones and have gender reassignment surgery. The psychological aspect of being trans may not be a choice but the physical actions sure are.
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#67 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
It is a choice but its also one of the ways they use to treat it.
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#70 - ihateeverybodytoo (11/13/2015) [-]
judging by the high rate suicide of post op trans people, it's not a good treatment.
#83 - deckbox (11/13/2015) [-]
you cant Cum anymore

Ever.

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#69 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
And just like any treatment, you have to choose to take it. If Bruce were born in a time when these options for treatment didn't exist, he would have had to deal with the issue vs. treating it. What if, we are treating the symptoms instead of the condition? If you say it is like depression, and a depressed person feels like they want to commit suicide...you wouldn't hand them a loaded gun as a treatment option. Maybe, instead of transitioning, we should treat the underlying condition that causes the disorder. Because it sounds like you and I both agree that it is an unnatural state.
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#71 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
I do agree that getting that particular treatment is a choice, but the thing is you have to go through extensive therapy before a doctor is willing to reassign you. For some people its the end of the line.
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#72 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
To me, it's no different than when we used to treat severe alcoholism or depression with shock therapy. It's tragic that it has to get that far, but if it brings them some relief, it's better than the alternative. Not implying that shock therapy ever did anything of value, but it basically incapacitated the individual enough to make it seem like it worked.
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#73 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
Funnily enough they still use shock therapy in extremely severe cases of depression. It is sad that they feel the need to go that far just to be happy, but basically if they feel that way, and meds don't help, what are they supposed to do? They're depressed if they don't, and there's a chance they'll get better if they do.
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#88 - teoyeezy (11/13/2015) [-]
yer like the most reasonable person on this post, i dont understand why people dont just fucking accept people. i live with a trans guy, just letting him know in really simple ways that i understand dysphoria helps him a lot.
there's absolutely no point in going out of your way to call someone what they dont wanna be called, if they identify as a male, they're a male.
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#91 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
Because funnyjunk is a hug box echo chamber on these issues. Its "cool" to completely humiliate and dehumanize people you don't like instead of just being kind. Asking that you get call them a he isn't outrageous, but they treat it like it is. Its not like the whiners on tumblr that make you call them "xir" because they're a trigendered pyrofox.
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#74 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
It's a sticky situation. I've dealt with moderate depression my whole life, but I've always been able to use simple therapies and natural remedies to pull myself out of it. I couldn't imagine what it must be like to be so deeply entrenched in something as to not see a way out. Sad.
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#75 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
I've been deeply depressed my whole life because of stuff growing up I was pretty badly abuse. to the point where I'd tried to kill myself over 10 times by the time I was 12. I can understand having nothing else, no escape, and then the slightest bit of hope comes through. You gotta snatch it or else you might just fall again. No one really wants to die, they just want to end the torment. And for some, transitioning is that end.
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#76 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
I agree. Hopefully we can progress enough in the field of medicine to offer better treatments for those with clinical issues such as these. I'm glad you're still with us, and I hope you are doing well.
#86 - anon (11/13/2015) [-]
>Comparing transitioning to suicide

That's a pretty fucking stupid comparison.
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#94 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
You are correct anon. Comparing deep seeded psychological issues and suicide is fucking stupid. No correlation. Now be a good boy and go eat a dick...
#60 - Oh no! How dare I call her a her when everyone on funnyjunk wo…  [+] (6 replies) 11/13/2015 on It's an ambush +9
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#87 - mranldestroyer (11/13/2015) [-]
>her
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#84 - Harmoria (11/13/2015) [-]
It is a mental disorder. Let's say someone exists who wears other people's feet skin around their own feet. And let's say someone else identifies as a person who likes it when their feet are raw and bleeding. Those two people have a feet-skin trade and they're both "treated"? Nah man. Just cause people agree to swap around their junk doesn't make them okay.
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#63 - KillinTime (11/13/2015) [-]
"most effect treatment"

I think you need to look up what treatment means buddy. yeah it's the most effective way of calming their mental state but the condition still persists no matter how many times you call them a she.
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#65 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
That's funny, I looked up what they use for gender dysphoria treatment and every site i checked had hormone therapy and/or surgery listed.
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#66 - KillinTime (11/13/2015) [-]
yeah welcome to politically correctsville buddy.
#85 - anon (11/13/2015) [-]
Nah, you're just kinda stupid.

It's like that medical condition where people believe that they should have been born blind or without legs or whatever.

One possible treatment is that they get blinded or cripple their legs or whatever so that their body matches their brain's interpretation of their body. Clearly not the best treatment, since it's extremely harmful, but the same criteria does not apply to being transgender.

Primarily because transitioning does not actually harm the subject, they can still do anything they could before, but also because we do not have set "roles" in society for, say, blind people, as we do with men and women, which is where the social aspect of being transgender comes in.

Anyways, I'm not going to type any more because I don't think you have actually educated yourself on the subject beyond reading a few posts on funnyjunk and making up your mind from them, and research is very important.
#58 - Isn't she like 60?  [+] (25 replies) 11/13/2015 on It's an ambush 0
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#61 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
Something like that. I understand trans being a choice, but you can choose not to wear a fucking bathing suit like that in public.
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#62 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
Aren't those pictures taken at her private home? Being trans isn't a choice though. Its like depression, or being gay.
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#64 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
No, it's a choice to take hormones and have gender reassignment surgery. The psychological aspect of being trans may not be a choice but the physical actions sure are.
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#67 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
It is a choice but its also one of the ways they use to treat it.
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#70 - ihateeverybodytoo (11/13/2015) [-]
judging by the high rate suicide of post op trans people, it's not a good treatment.
#83 - deckbox (11/13/2015) [-]
you cant Cum anymore

Ever.

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#69 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
And just like any treatment, you have to choose to take it. If Bruce were born in a time when these options for treatment didn't exist, he would have had to deal with the issue vs. treating it. What if, we are treating the symptoms instead of the condition? If you say it is like depression, and a depressed person feels like they want to commit suicide...you wouldn't hand them a loaded gun as a treatment option. Maybe, instead of transitioning, we should treat the underlying condition that causes the disorder. Because it sounds like you and I both agree that it is an unnatural state.
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#71 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
I do agree that getting that particular treatment is a choice, but the thing is you have to go through extensive therapy before a doctor is willing to reassign you. For some people its the end of the line.
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#72 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
To me, it's no different than when we used to treat severe alcoholism or depression with shock therapy. It's tragic that it has to get that far, but if it brings them some relief, it's better than the alternative. Not implying that shock therapy ever did anything of value, but it basically incapacitated the individual enough to make it seem like it worked.
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#73 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
Funnily enough they still use shock therapy in extremely severe cases of depression. It is sad that they feel the need to go that far just to be happy, but basically if they feel that way, and meds don't help, what are they supposed to do? They're depressed if they don't, and there's a chance they'll get better if they do.
User avatar
#88 - teoyeezy (11/13/2015) [-]
yer like the most reasonable person on this post, i dont understand why people dont just fucking accept people. i live with a trans guy, just letting him know in really simple ways that i understand dysphoria helps him a lot.
there's absolutely no point in going out of your way to call someone what they dont wanna be called, if they identify as a male, they're a male.
User avatar
#91 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
Because funnyjunk is a hug box echo chamber on these issues. Its "cool" to completely humiliate and dehumanize people you don't like instead of just being kind. Asking that you get call them a he isn't outrageous, but they treat it like it is. Its not like the whiners on tumblr that make you call them "xir" because they're a trigendered pyrofox.
User avatar
#74 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
It's a sticky situation. I've dealt with moderate depression my whole life, but I've always been able to use simple therapies and natural remedies to pull myself out of it. I couldn't imagine what it must be like to be so deeply entrenched in something as to not see a way out. Sad.
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#75 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
I've been deeply depressed my whole life because of stuff growing up I was pretty badly abuse. to the point where I'd tried to kill myself over 10 times by the time I was 12. I can understand having nothing else, no escape, and then the slightest bit of hope comes through. You gotta snatch it or else you might just fall again. No one really wants to die, they just want to end the torment. And for some, transitioning is that end.
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#76 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
I agree. Hopefully we can progress enough in the field of medicine to offer better treatments for those with clinical issues such as these. I'm glad you're still with us, and I hope you are doing well.
#86 - anon (11/13/2015) [-]
>Comparing transitioning to suicide

That's a pretty fucking stupid comparison.
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#94 - travishein (11/13/2015) [-]
You are correct anon. Comparing deep seeded psychological issues and suicide is fucking stupid. No correlation. Now be a good boy and go eat a dick...
#59 - anon (11/13/2015) [-]
>she
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#60 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
Oh no! How dare I call her a her when everyone on funnyjunk wouldn't otherwise! Its not like transgenderism is a mental disorder and the most effect treatment is transitioning to the gender you identify as.
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#87 - mranldestroyer (11/13/2015) [-]
>her
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#84 - Harmoria (11/13/2015) [-]
It is a mental disorder. Let's say someone exists who wears other people's feet skin around their own feet. And let's say someone else identifies as a person who likes it when their feet are raw and bleeding. Those two people have a feet-skin trade and they're both "treated"? Nah man. Just cause people agree to swap around their junk doesn't make them okay.
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#63 - KillinTime (11/13/2015) [-]
"most effect treatment"

I think you need to look up what treatment means buddy. yeah it's the most effective way of calming their mental state but the condition still persists no matter how many times you call them a she.
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#65 - kikisu (11/13/2015) [-]
That's funny, I looked up what they use for gender dysphoria treatment and every site i checked had hormone therapy and/or surgery listed.
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#66 - KillinTime (11/13/2015) [-]
yeah welcome to politically correctsville buddy.
#85 - anon (11/13/2015) [-]
Nah, you're just kinda stupid.

It's like that medical condition where people believe that they should have been born blind or without legs or whatever.

One possible treatment is that they get blinded or cripple their legs or whatever so that their body matches their brain's interpretation of their body. Clearly not the best treatment, since it's extremely harmful, but the same criteria does not apply to being transgender.

Primarily because transitioning does not actually harm the subject, they can still do anything they could before, but also because we do not have set "roles" in society for, say, blind people, as we do with men and women, which is where the social aspect of being transgender comes in.

Anyways, I'm not going to type any more because I don't think you have actually educated yourself on the subject beyond reading a few posts on funnyjunk and making up your mind from them, and research is very important.
#5 - Tom Rodgers WBFF FOX45 Baltimore UPDATE*** The man spoke last …  [+] (4 replies) 11/12/2015 on Equality bitches... +7
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#6 - travishein (11/12/2015) [-]
Okay, let me make this clear....the "equality" part of my post is that these women are being arrested and charged with sexual abuse. I don't care why he called the cops. I care that they are being treated as sexual predators, which the video clearly shows. She was denied bail and charged with third-degree sexual abuse. Hell, the guy could say he feared there were aliens outside and I don't care. The women broke the law and are being arrested ACCORDINGLY. Savvy?
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#14 - thebigcountry (11/13/2015) [-]
I like your word choice
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#16 - bobtombobbob (11/13/2015) [-]
sabes?
#2 - Except he said he only called police because it seemed like th…  [+] (7 replies) 11/12/2015 on Equality bitches... +8
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#4 - travishein (11/12/2015) [-]
WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - Two women are accused of sexually abusing a man inside a gas station, and police say they have made one arrest.

WASHINGTON DC -- One of the two women wanted for twerking on and groping a man in a D.C. convenience store has been arrested, according to police.

Ayanna Marie Knight, 22, was arrested and charged with third-degree sexual abuse, police said.

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — One of the women who allegedly sexually abused a man by twerking and groping him appeared in court and was denied bail Wednesday, according to the U.S. States Attorney's Office.

Ayanna Marie Knight, 22, of Las Vegas, NV was arrested Tuesday and charged with third-degree sexual abuse, according to D.C. police. Police said a pedestrian alerted officers to the woman. There were no details on Marjorie Charles, 23, the other woman involved in the incident, according to charging documents.
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#5 - kikisu (11/12/2015) [-]
Tom Rodgers WBFF FOX45 Baltimore UPDATE*** The man spoke last night under anonymity stating only that he is a teacher. He said he was not sure what the women were doing but he saw them with some guys who were just outside the store. He thought the guys told the women to go a try to entice him or maybe rob him. He called police because he said he feared for his life from the men not seen in the video.

From the local news where I live.
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#6 - travishein (11/12/2015) [-]
Okay, let me make this clear....the "equality" part of my post is that these women are being arrested and charged with sexual abuse. I don't care why he called the cops. I care that they are being treated as sexual predators, which the video clearly shows. She was denied bail and charged with third-degree sexual abuse. Hell, the guy could say he feared there were aliens outside and I don't care. The women broke the law and are being arrested ACCORDINGLY. Savvy?
#25 - saytwaa (11/13/2015) [-]
#14 - thebigcountry (11/13/2015) [-]
I like your word choice
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#16 - bobtombobbob (11/13/2015) [-]
sabes?
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#3 - travishein (11/12/2015) [-]
But the police are actively seeking out and arresting the women because of the sexual advances and groping. 3 reports I've read have said the same thing. There's always that one person....
#4 - Me neither  [+] (5 replies) 11/12/2015 on Bombs dropped +1
#21 - anon (11/12/2015) [-]
Assuming you started playing the game exactly at 12AM on the 10th, and it is 4pm exactly now, there has been 64 hours since the bombs Fallout 4 has dropped. That means you have spent 76.5% of the last 2.66 days playing Fallout. I suggest sleep and food, for your health lol.
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#7 - dinonator (11/12/2015) [-]
ok fine jeez
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#5 - dinonator (11/12/2015) [-]
r u ok?
#8 - kikisu (11/12/2015) [-]
sorry I made this image twice because the other one I'd uploaded was a gif by accident.
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