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Post Reply Becoming disabled by choice, not chance: ‘Transabled’ people feel like impostors in their fully working bodies
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Why does it matter if a limb is foreign or not. If it works that's the I.portant thing. I could understand chopping off a nonfunctional limb but why get rid of a limb that is functional even if its foreign. The thing is literally just a super advanced biological machine.
Because it obviously feels very unpleasant if the person reaches a point where removing it seems like the better option. Yes the limb itself can preform certain functions but every waking moment the person is getting a sensation that something is dreadfully wrong with it. Logically they can look at it and say I know it is my arm hooked to my body, but their brain isn't going to stop sending the constant stream of wrong signals because something is wired wrong.
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This made me laugh harder than it should have
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A lot of mentally ill people hopping on the trans wagon. Nevertheless, I always found this interesting.
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:


A lot of mentally ill people hopping on the trans wagon. Nevertheless, I always found this interesting.




I guess you could say this entertainment costs quite an arm and a leg.

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Jude_Thaddeus wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


A lot of mentally ill people hopping on the trans wagon. Nevertheless, I always found this interesting.




I guess you could say this entertainment costs quite an arm and a leg.



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