>The Manitoba court has a new transgender judge, and his appointment is a milestone for the province.
>"I'm just one example of many of my colleagues and people who are attaining certain levels of notoriety that can show people we are just people," McKenzie said. "We are just doing what everyone else does and we can achieve whatever we want to do with hard work and dedication."
Does anybody else have what ma nigga Blanchard called Behavioural Autogynephilia?
Like, nothing turns me on more that the thought of doing feminine (or socially considered feminine, for the tumblrfags) things.
The thought behind it is feeling like you're "one of the girls" in obviously effeminate activities such as ballet, working on a large women's clothing store, studying nursery etc... It's almost as if the girlishness in the environments were to theoretically diminish your masculinity while simultaneously making you more feminine in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5416733 According to one individual, what this seems to be is an emasculation trauma, where the anxiety of whatever trauma suffered will be turned into arousal when relating themselves to anything stereo typically feminine. Most see this as a fetish, but like any heterosexual relationship, you begin to form an emotional attachment to the thought of being "female".
So really, in theory, you don't actually love being female, you love being emasculated in the strongest way possible. Not being a man at all.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Is there a way to go "back in the closet" so to speak?
When I was in college, I thought I was gay, had a lot of short flings, but after 5 years now, I just realize I don't enjoy having sex with men. I told one of my friends, and he went all ballistic on me, calling me a bigot and a homophobe, and I'm kind of worried how to break it to my other buddies. Is this just something I should keep to myself?
I just got a $450 gift card to Old Navy. Wouldn't have been my first choice of place to get clothes, but I'm certainly not going to waste it.
Can you guys help me pick out some androgynous clothes? I'm an MTF in the awkward inbetween phase, and I want to start having more androgynous clothes to fit my in-between appearance. Stuff that could still work when I go girlmode would be fine, too.
I don't even know where to begin :/ even just telling me nice styles that are androgynous would be nice.
>Be lesbian >In an arranged marriage to a man >He's very nice and everything, but just, not attracted at all.
I keep trying to encourage him to go get a mistress or something, so he won't always have an erection when he comes to bed, but he's being very..... difficult about it, keeps saying that he doesn't want to break the marriage vow, despite it being something that his dad pushed him into; and it's not like he minds me and Cheryl or anything, I... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
/legbutt/, I have a bit of a question. I was out on the net today, searching for pictures of feminine cis dudes for a roleplay profile. My google-fu is weak, but I did find one trans guy, from a tumblr dedicated to feminine trans dudes. It's a good pic of the image that I'm trying to convey, but the person in the pic being a trans dude has me a bit iffy. Any opinion on that matter? Pic related, it's the pic.
>25 year old fat guy based in the UK >Out of the game for a good ten years due to crippling anxiety from previous and only girlfriend's treatment >Sex deprived and curious as fuck >Try Craigslist on an off-chance, find an ad by a 19 year old male chubby chaser >Scant few details, but he wants to meet me in a nearby public park after nightfall and suck me off, maybe get the same back >Every... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Are there any straight people here who are jealous of /lgbt/ people?
I've always envied them since I was a little kid. I was always fascinated by queer culture and how much more freedom it seemed to offer than the heterosexual culture.
Gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people can all choose their "role". They can be masc or twinks or butches or femmes or androgynous. They can be tops or bottoms. It seems to me that queers can choose pretty freely how to act in relationships.
If you are born a straight guy or a girl, there is no... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If anything, I'd argue that the rules that you often find an LGBT culture allows for less freedom. People see your body type, declare you with a label, and then decide whether or not they're interested in you based solely on that label. As a guy who personally enjoys a wide variety of body types, I find it pretty distressing.
On the other hand, I have heard of quite a few nerdy bear types who kinda wished that were gay because attracted far more attention from gay men than they did from women. I can kinda see that.
>I've always envied them since I was a little kid. I was always fascinated by queer culture and how much more freedom it seemed to offer than the heterosexual culture.
What seemed insane to me as a gay man was that one straight guy literally asked how two tennis people got together, when the woman was slightly older than the guy. He seemed to think that women are somehow 'tricked' into liking men, and he must do so himself with a younger woman. He could not comprehend how two people can simply like each other.
>If you are born a straight guy or a girl, there is no freedom like that. There are exactly two roles, male and female, period. A straight guy has to be masculine alpha jerk or he's a beta failure. A straight girl must be submissive feminine slut or she's undesirable. Individual traits don't matter. Any attempt to break the mold means you might as well accept living alone for the rest of your life.
So which one are you?
I don't think it's worth... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
> last night I was at my local board walk > see this beautiful girl sitting at one of the bars > 8/10, red hair, green eyes. > Fucking gorgeous. > I go over to her to try and introduce myself > I barely get my name out when she dumps her drink on me and calls me a "chaser" > She storms away > What the ever loving fuck? Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5415508 Kind of hard when crazies look "normal".
>>5415514 Why would me knowing if she had a dick change anything? If knew she had a dick, but found her attractive anyway (I'm bi), that would make me a chaser? Wouldn't a transgender person want someone who knew that they were trans, but didn't care about it? I honestly don't care if you're trans, if I find you attractive, I'm going to try and introduce myself and get to know you better.
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