- Jul 20, 2015
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I don't discriminate. I make fun of everyone equally.
Take a picture tell the parents you’re concerned.My wife works with a guy who wants to be recognised as a woman and she can’t stand being near him. Thing is he only does it in work and when they have a night out away from where he lives. His parents don’t know or don’t approve so he doesn’t dress as a woman where people know him and may tell them. If he seriously felt he was a woman he’d be saying fuck em this is who I am but his lack of conviction makes me think he’s either looking for attention or he’s a perv. My wife stopped going out with them for drinks because he’d turn up as a woman and follow them to the toilets. Not right in my opinion
I came from a not liberal or 'progressive' thinking family, and feel the same way. Huh, odd that.I come from a very liberal and progressively thinking family. So I have absolutely no issues with gender changes, homosexuality, religion, veganism, etc. The only thing I expect those people to respect is that I don’t wanna talk about it every 5 minutes. It’s okay they made their decision, but don’t expect any special treatment. Find your place and live a happy life, you don’t have to justify or explain, I’m fine with you.
That is certainly an interesting one. Especially a displaced bung vagina. Never heard of that one before.I have a trans story, but it's a bit different than most (or at least most I've heard). I went to school from 4th grad on with a kid I knew as Mike. He played basket ball in high school, neat kid, friendly, intelligent, etc. In early adulthood he ended up getting checked for colon cancer because he was... well... without getting too graphic, he was "bleeding". During a colonoscopy the doctor found a "tear" and they scheduled a procedure to repair it. However, during that subsequent procedure, they discovered that the tear wasn't actually a tear... it was an underdeveloped vagina. Even though externally he had guy parts, internally he also had under developed girl parts. The bleeding wasn't a sign of colon cancer. He was menstruating (so to speak). Long story short, he ended up having surgeries to "transition". I now know her as Kimberly.