>>5225309 Im not really well versed in my crusade knowledge despite being Christian and being an American our only illegal immigrants are Mexicans which are a relatively calm group of people. At least from what I've seen.
I cannot fathom why any country would allow a blatantly backwards group of people inside of their great nations. First world concepts such as not having a bunch of children acceptance of homosexuality etc are everything these fucks are against. They are backwards in every single way. I love all types of people... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>tfw you've had sex with boys but you don't know whether you like them I don't really check them out in the street, and I think overly masculine men are kind of off-putting... but I liked taking the d.
Can y'all stop flooding our board? It used to be tolerable when there was a trans thread once in a while but now there's several a day, and always an active one at any given time. We just want to frogpost and accept the sad reality that we will be eternally alone.
It's about as desirable to have a MtF transsexual complaining about how the only men that fuck them are chasers as it is to have women from /cgl/ bitching about how they want to date none of their orbiters while selling their pussies to old men for cash and asking "where are the good men... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5225009 No. Why do you have to come in and contaminate our board? It's not like we're over here feelposting about being forever alone virgins that have never been loved by anyone. Why can't you just keep your lgbt in /lgbt/?
I believe that probably 5-10% of them are actually asexual, and will remain so for their entire lives, while the rest is a melange of bandwagoners, edgy teenagers, the chemically imbalanced, people with depression, and simply people that just can't get laid and figured the label would spare them some grief.
>source : Me knowing at least 30 people in my life claiming to be ace that hopped back on the cock carousel within 2 years
I feel bad for actual aces that have to deal with the derision and general doubt of just about everyone... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5224286 I believe that probably 5-10% of them are actually homosexual, and will remain so for their entire lives, while the rest is a melange of bandwagoners, edgy teenagers, the chemically imbalanced, people with depression, and simply people that just can't get laid and figured the label would spare them some grief.
>source : Me knowing at least 30 people in my life claiming to be gay that hopped back on the het carousel within 2 years
I feel bad for actual gays that have... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
▶Informed Consent Providers: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/932389/Trans/Stepping%20Forward%20-%20Informed%20Consent%20Clinics.pdf ▶Makeup Tutorial: http://imgur.com/a/JO33K/ ▶MTF Info Dump: http://pastebin.com/36HC6ZmT ▶Trans Info Dump: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1d9KKqP9IHa5ZxU84a_Jf0vIoAh7e8nj_lCW27KbYBh0/edit?usp=sharing ▶Size charts: http://www.americanapparel.net/sizing/default.asp?chart=womens.pantse_conversion_chart.php ▶Transition timelines:... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Fundamentally, does feminism as a concept and philosophy include trans women? If it excludes trans women, does this mean that feminism is exclusively about biological females? If so, then does feminism include trans men? Or is feminism exclusively about cis females?
If you would like for me to explain what I mean in abstruse and verbose detail, refer to the next three posts (check the name and tripcode).
>>5224134 I ask this because I've recently been wondering about whether feminism fundamentally includes or excludes trans people. This has nothing to do with whether the feminist movement ought to include trans people—I think that it could improve the lives of trans people and alleviate their oppression in doing so, which is good—or whether feminists should also support trans rights. This is exclusively about the conceptual and philosophical foundation of feminism. Does feminism include trans people, particularly trans... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5224134 >>5224138 I'm inclined to believe that feminism is philosophically exclusive to cis women, since feminism originated from this group and the core tenet(s) of feminism has, up until recently, been implicitly trans-exclusionary. This doesn't mean that feminism and trans issues are mutually exclusive, only that they are philosophically and ideologically distinct positions which are neither mutually inclusive, biconditional, nor conditionally related. One argument for the contrary—that feminism, the empowerment of women to equality, is fundamentally based on the concept of womanhood and, to a lesser extent, femininity, rather than biological sex or the relationship between sex and gender identity—is compelling, but this is almost certainly not what feminism originally meant, partly because this nuanced issue of gender identity was not known at the time. It seems to me, however, that this would be a revisioning of feminism's core tenet(s) to include trans people, particularly trans women.
Given the complexity of this issue, perhaps a more complex question should be asked—better yet, a series of questions:
>1. What is the fundamental tenet or philosophical idea, or set thereof, that defines feminism? Removing all the inessential ideas, caveats, beliefs, and values that often define feminism (or types of feminism), what is the essential conceptual foundation that is intrinsically feminism? I would answer this as "the empowerment of women to equality with men". If this answer is acceptable, then on to the second question. If you disagree, then please point out a better answer, for the issue may lie here.
>>5224134 >>5224138 >>5224144 >2. Does "women" mean all who qualify for womanhood, or only those who are biologically female (or only cis females), thereby excluding trans people? Alternatively, assuming "women" means all who qualify for womanhood, what is "womanhood"? Perhaps more importantly, is the status of womanhood conditionally related to the female sex and, in the case of cis females, the relationship between one's sex and gender? I would answer, tentatively, that womanhood is not necessarily sex-specific or requiring a certain sex–gender relationship, though I would say that it is essentially feminine. If this answer is acceptable, then the issue lies in the third question. If it is not, but the first question is, then this may be where the issue lies.
>3. Given the original interpretation and implied exclusion of trans people that almost certainly existed in feminism's formation, is it appropriate to still call it "feminism" when the core of its ideological identity has been reformed? In other words, is the core interpretation and definition of feminism that informed its origins essential to the definition of feminism, or can that too change while retaining feminism as an ideology? Even if we assume that the answer's definition in #1 remains constant throughout the entirety of feminism (which is uncertain to unlikely), it's reasonable to assume that the implications of that definition have changed since feminism's formation.
Am I the only gay person that doesn't understand other gay people? Maybe it's because of my far right upbringing, but I just want to live my life normally, enjoy my hobbies, go out for nice dinners, etc, and happen to be gay.
I have no desire to put on a lisp, or listen to Broadway or noodle my body in poses, nor am I looking for that in a partner. I also don't want to march around demanding everyone address my gayness like it's something I should be getting credit for.
But when I look around, that's literally all I see. A big gay parade... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Are you sure, because your behaving like a massive faggot right now, OP.
Some gay people have lisps and you notice them, other gay people don't have lisps and you don't notice them because they don't appear outwardly faggy to you. Oh, and you don't like Broadway? Oh, bravo, sir, so don't a lot of people. (Protip: many gay kids get into theatre as kids because it's usually a group of people who act less on a condescending dick to them, like you are now.)
>But when I look around, that's literally all I see. No,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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