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Posted 6/9/16 , edited 6/10/16

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Can't wait to read all the transphobic comments.


Full expecting loads of people complaining comments are transphobic


Some of them are very hateful. Though I shouldn't talk, considering I want to murder a certain someone.
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Full expecting loads of people complaining comments are transphobic


We'll see.


You already did see, why I haven't even seen you ask for people's personal pronouns here, you're all kinds of -phobic.
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Murder isn't nice PV. Consider alternatives like killing with kindness.

I generally don't bother to tell specifics of someone's sexual identity as it doesn't really affect me. If I had a romantic interest I might care, but it still wouldn't be my business unless they cared to share.
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:


jtjumper wrote:


Nalaniel wrote:

Can't wait to read all the transphobic comments.


Full expecting loads of people complaining comments are transphobic


Some of them are very hateful. Though I shouldn't talk, considering I want to murder a certain someone.


Not me, I hope.
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Elvikun wrote:


Nalaniel wrote:


jtjumper wrote:

Full expecting loads of people complaining comments are transphobic


We'll see.


You already did see, why I haven't even seen you ask for people's personal pronouns here, you're all kinds of -phobic.


If it's okay for men to be to interested in men or women, why is it a problem for people to have preferences about other people's biological features?
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jtjumper wrote:


Elvikun wrote:


Nalaniel wrote:


jtjumper wrote:

Full expecting loads of people complaining comments are transphobic


We'll see.


You already did see, why I haven't even seen you ask for people's personal pronouns here, you're all kinds of -phobic.


If it's okay for men to be to interested in men or women, why is it a problem for people to have preferences about other people's biological features?


This is less about that and more about how people attribute stereotypical traits and follow them verbatim to the point that you'd probably be lumping in a great deal of cisgender women in an attempt showcase your broken gaydar. In the next few decades, with time between advancements becoming shorter and short, it'll just be an attempt at superficial superiority.


This is also a bit of a stereotype that needs breaking down, because not all transgender people are going to be OBVIOUS. Instead of judging whether or not a prospective date was born a man on characteristics that are rarely 100%, just ask them, if it means so much to you. Still, within a few years those vaginas will get quite convincing, if not already. (I've seen a fair few.) But the dick wants what the dick wants. If you find someone attractive, isn't that important?


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Murder isn't nice PV. Consider alternatives like killing with kindness.



I don't care.
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"But the dick wants what the dick wants"

That made my day! 11/10.
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So a certain forumer and I have come to a crossroads. One say they can identify transwomen, or males transitioning to females, and I doubt that claim. Though what if I'm wrong? Can anyone post pictures?

The criteria she posted was...

Adam's apple.
Man hands.
Penis.


This forum goer may be in for a shock. If transitioning is started early ( before the early to mid twenties ) you can forget the adam's apple and if it was started later there's a surgical procedure to fix it. Much like there is to fix the whole penis issue.

Lets try a little test shall we. Can you spot the transexual woman in here? No Googling.



Did you spot her?

Are you sure?

Positive?

Answer:



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Wait?
All of them?

Okai... That was new information... Doctors have come a really long way.
Quite amazing that it is possible.
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:
So a certain forumer and I have come to a crossroads. One say they can identify transwomen, or males transitioning to females, and I doubt that claim. Though what if I'm wrong? Can anyone post pictures?

The criteria she posted was...

Adam's apple.
Man hands.
Penis.


This forum goer may be in for a shock. If transitioning is started early ( before the early to mid twenties ) you can forget the adam's apple and if it was started later there's a surgical procedure to fix it. Much like there is to fix the whole penis issue.

Lets try a little test shall we. Can you spot the transexual woman in here? No Googling.



Did you spot her?

Are you sure?

Positive?

Answer:





Not impressed. Excluding ciswomen creates a 100% chance for error by exploiting the bias people have when they expect at least 1 or half the pictures to be ciswomen (which is what most people expect when given no number information, especially since in real life, there are more cis than trans). This is more of a psychological trick then any kind of proof, because people (under false assumptions) spend time convincing themselves that one or more the trans were cis, thus causing them to later doubt their ability to distinguish, when really they failed because the question was rigged psychological trap.

Summary: If you want to prove something, have real comparisons.
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Depending on the individual that you can't tell. There are strong female and male attributes (like a jawline) but even those are visible on people of the opposite gender but i feel like only trashbag people would look at someone and say "Hmm that girl has a strong chin, i bet she's a man. Let me go ask her" I'd suppose middle school kids would ask that though.


Thanks to all these trannys you almost have to ask just to be sure your not dating a dude.
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shugotenshi-atm wrote:

Murder isn't nice PV. Consider alternatives like killing with kindness.

I generally don't bother to tell specifics of someone's sexual identity as it doesn't really affect me. If I had a romantic interest I might care, but it still wouldn't be my business unless they cared to share.


I think I'd rather just die than be killed with kindness... death by kindness is quite nasty

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Not impressed. Excluding ciswomen creates a 100% chance for error by exploiting the bias people have when they expect at least 1 or half the pictures to be ciswomen (which is what most people expect when given no number information, especially since in real life, there are more cis than trans). This is more of a psychological trick then any kind of proof, because people (under false assumptions) spend time convincing themselves that one or more the trans were cis, thus causing them to later doubt their ability to distinguish, when really they failed because the question was rigged psychological trap.


Thats a lot of words just to say "I fell for it and my sexuality feels threatened"

;p

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jtjumper wrote:
Not impressed. Excluding ciswomen creates a 100% chance for error by exploiting the bias people have when they expect at least 1 or half the pictures to be ciswomen (which is what most people expect when given no number information, especially since in real life, there are more cis than trans). This is more of a psychological trick then any kind of proof, because people (under false assumptions) spend time convincing themselves that one or more the trans were cis, thus causing them to later doubt their ability to distinguish, when really they failed because the question was rigged psychological trap.


Thats a lot of words just to say "I fell for it and my sexuality feels threatened"

;p



Saved "Thats a lot of words just to say "I fell for it and my sexuality feels threatened"" to my Troll.txt.
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