So my friend is trans and she is not post op yet.. however she will be very soon. she thinks that she won't be able to get any guys to like/date her because she was born with a guys body. would you date a post op trans woman?
- Yes of course why not?50% (9)22% (8)31% (17)Vote
- NO!!!50% (9)78% (29)69% (38)Vote
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Sorry, I don't date mutilated males, no matter what they claim to be, and no matter what clothes they are wearing. It honestly pisses me off how transgender people say "OH I'm a woman because i ACT LIKE ONE", well aren't you sexist to the core, assuming all you need to do to BE and QUALIFY as a *female* is to act in a "feminine way" according to gender roles, and adhere to "feminine clothing" according to gender expectations, and use a "feminine voice" and have "feminine hairstyle"? Sorry man, your chromosomes define that you're male, even if you chop your parts off that would serve as obvious proof.
My answer is obviously No. As much as I'd like to support liberalism, this is just something I can't accept. Claiming to be something you aren't, according to a BIOLOGICAL DEFINITION, is deceptive, delusional, and overall kind of dumb. So, no. I'm not interested in mutilated abominations.
Also, that was surprisingly harsh. Apparently I'm still resentful against all the people who claim "but if She feels as a Woman, then She is one! Who are you to Judge Her for Her feelings and tell Her how She should feel!" well you know what? Grab a biology book, read what a male and a female is defined as, then come back to me and say that you're a woman by claiming to be one. Prove that your chromosome structure, which defines your biological structure, aka the fact that you have a "male body", is in dissonance with what you ACTUALLY are. Because you are not defined by your genes, but by this random feeling that you don't adhere to gender roles, therefore you probably are not what you "feel" you are. And all that testosterone produced by your scrotum and the AMH that destroyed your vagina was a 'biological error'. Right. Good luck with that.
Short answer: Never.6
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