This topic isn't interesting unless you ask it in a forum full of conservative old people.
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Why is it pathetic?
If they feel like they belong in another group, isn't it natural to try to get as close to that group as possible?
If they feel like a woman inside, for example, why is it pathetic to try to look like an woman on the outside too?
I have never meet a person before who sees a lesbian in "male clothes" and think that se it's "pathetic". Isn't the same thing?
I hope Square Bob and Bugs Bunny take notes
320 years have passed since the coven sank into the dark
I may have been born in The United States, but running through my veins is 70,000% UK blood.
Here's something from my blog:
Even if it's against society's norms, I think that as long as what they do doesn't hurt anybody, then it's perfectly OK even if it is sometimes outrageous.
Last edited by Hideki Motosuwa.; 09-15-2011 at 11:21 PM.
There is always a more dominate side no matter what organs a person is born with. I believe that decides gender in the rarer occasions you are mentioning. I will say again..
You do NOT have to agree with me. We all have our own opinions. However, getting your panties in a bunch over a stranger's opinion on the internet is just as pathetic.Originally Posted by immoral
Cross dressing huh.... I was forced to do that for a day with the make-up and everything when I lost a bet with my sis..... it's embarrassing but it's quite fun though the high heels did hurt... hey how do girls walk all day wearing those without hurting their feet? (Amazing)
And talking about the biologic part.
A few studies based on small samples suggest that transsexualism might be associated with a difference in the human brain called the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BSTc). In one study, the BSTc of male-to-female transsexuals and cisgender women were similar. Those of heterosexual and homosexual men were similar to each other and different from those of women (cis- and transgender). Another study suggests that transsexuality may have a genetic component.
You do NOT have to agree with me. We all have our own opinions. However, getting your panties in a bunch over a stranger's opinion on the internet is just as pathetic.
I don't understand what you ment by the last sentece. Is it pathetic to discuss this over the internet? What do you mean? *scrathes head and feels ashamed*
Even as a female I cannot give you a good answer to that.
Last edited by SuXrys; 09-16-2011 at 06:21 AM.
Even though im not brave enough to wear the opposite sex clothing, I dont dissaprove of it.
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