First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  Next  Last
What do you think of Hermaphrodites?
182 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
22 / F / New Orleans, LA
Offline
Posted 11/9/09
They can't help the way they were born, so yes I respect them.
838 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
24 / F / Canada
Offline
Posted 11/10/09
What's so weird about being a hermaphrodite? I mean, I understand your concerns and that you feel embarrassed and afraid your friends won't understand, but, like, you're born that way. It just...happens. I'm not entirely sure what the causes are but I imagine it has something to do with the fertilization of the egg, right? If I'm completely wrong, well, I apologize. Haha.

Anyway, despite my limited knowledge on the topic I think there'a absolutely nothing wrong with being a hermaphrodite and I think it's kind of cool that some of you can actually choose which gender you want to be (do you have to have the operation before puberty? Or does that matter?) or you can choose to stay just the way you are. That's pretty neat.
9131 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
27 / F / North, Texas
Offline
Posted 12/1/09
There's nothing wrong with hermaphrodites. I wish people wouldn't turn this into a big deal. Like how they tormented poor Caster Semenya ( who had internal testes, which gives her extra testosterone ) as a reason to not let her have her medal because they thought she was a man. After they did some studies they found out she was actually both.

Sadly I'm not sure how hermaphrodites in the future will really deal with this issue of not feeling "accepted" by others, since it's not exactly something that's talked about or that fits within the two gender groups.
546 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
24 / M / NY
Offline
Posted 12/1/09
They are awesome.

Think about it. Both sexual organs.

Oh, the oppurtunities . . . .
5137 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
20 / M / SPARTAAAAAAAAAAAA...
Offline
Posted 12/5/09
i think hermaphrodites are freaks, but given the fact the only hermaphrodite i know i lady gaga i wouldn't really care if i met one
13214 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
44
Offline
Posted 12/5/09
they are fine with me..though i havent met one in person.
love transcends gender.
12330 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
20 / Fluffly Land =D
Offline
Posted 12/8/09
Frankly, I'd be cautious and unsure for the reason that I don't know much about it, but i wouldn't hate or discriminate. Humans are humans, friends are friends. ^_^
1186 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / F / Leading your nigh...
Offline
Posted 12/11/09
Most people would have that 'oh' reaction if they found out. I'm sure that a few people raised an eyebrow or had that little moment of shock, but when you think about it, that's a very natural reaction, doesn't necessarily mean they're like hermaphrodites any less.

I personally do not look at you as any less of a human, I wont lie and say that my reactions was the same as someone telling me the weather, but my eyes did widen just a bit. No one misunderstand me, it wasn't because I think of people with both genitals are less human, but because frankly I never expected someone to right up and say it... even on the internet (some people fear cyber bullying). In fact I applaud your bravery, you may not be open about this in real life, coming out and saying it on the internet is a big step and I do hope that in the near future, it wont be a topic that people will not share because, I hope that it will be something that is widely accepted as the reality of the world we live in. I'm not an idealist, but maybe for such a topic I will have an idealistic way of thinking.


garcon wrote:

they are fine with me..though i havent met one in person.
love transcends gender.


I would also like to say that they are NOT transgenders. Transgenders are those who are born either male or female (meaning having one of the genitilia) and then don't feel comfortable enough in their skin. A transgender chooses to change while a hermaphrodite is born with the two organs, it's not something they choose. To call a hermaphrodite as transgenders is incorrect, because you are confusing two different people. just thought I would let you know ;)
18648 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
103 / M / New york
Offline
Posted 12/13/09
Nothing against em
13805 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
24 / That place
Offline
Posted 3/1/10

snuckles108 wrote:

Seriously, I wanna know what you think about hermaphrodite and if you respect them into this world?

I ask this question because one of my friend found out I was a hermaphrodite. When I came to the nurse office don't want to use the men restroom it will be weird for a guy carrying a pad. Having this 'monster' is a burden to my life because I can't just say to my gym teacher I'm having a period what will people think of me? No, she's not one of those ex friends that will ruin my life we became best friend after I told her all about hermaphrodite and she's coming over tomorrow to my house.


Frequent ask question.



Go ahead and ask me a question



I kind of envy you. I myself am bi-gender. But I guess if I was born an hermaphrodite, maybe I wouldn't feel that way.
But nature sure is tricky...

[explanation of the term "Bi-gender"]



12592 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / F / U.S
Offline
Posted 3/9/10
i don't mind them, I'd accept them.

Life must have kind of sucked..feeling like you're the only person because they're rare. I haven't met one yet.
Posted 9/17/10
I never met one, but I honestly wouldn't mind unless...your an evil genius trying to take over the world, but thats just what I always wonder when I first meet a person.... I'm just a little paranoid. But seriously people are still people, even if they are different.
67723 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
47 / F / Center of the Uni...
Offline
Posted 9/18/10
It's such a rare phenomenon and usually such a well kept secret that meeting one would be akin to meeting a unicorn (or some other rare mythic creature)

I hope I would behave in a respectful fashion and certainly my ideal is to treat every person I meet with as much dignity as they will allow me to.

that said, I'd also frankly be very curious and fascinated. It's not something one encounters everyday.

I certainly don't think it's necessary to treat such a person any differently than any other person you meet.

I am curious though... Perhaps it was answered already in this old resurrected thread.

what gender do you identify with? or do you flip easily between both roles.
17935 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
20 / F / in front of my co...
Offline
Posted 9/18/10
Are acting as a guy right now in school? And What do you mean by deflated breasts? was it on purpose or did it happen naturally? And do you plan to get surgery to become a girl or guy completely? If so which one (if you know you don't have to answer if you don't want to)
By the way I have no problems with this as do my friends. I totally support you! (sometimes I wish I was a guy, life would be easier and the men's room lines aren't that long)
55063 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
52 / F / Atlanta GA
Offline
Posted 9/18/10
What do you think of Hermaphrodites? What is there to think of those people were born with a chromosome issue Inter-sexed some will have surgery some doctor make the decision and do not say a word about it, until recently. to me it is a non-issue. From memory so XXXX, XXXY, XYXX and maybe more.
10521 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
24 / M / In your room stea...
Offline
Posted 9/18/10
The Bi-Sexual's wet dream ?
First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  Next  Last
You must be logged in to post.