Like I don't descriminate them, but at the same time, if a man is born as a man or female as female, that's how I always see them, no matter how much surgery they have or how much they feel the need that they're the other gender. Like what's so wrong with not believing their identity as the truth? Like people can present themselves however they want, but at the end of the day, we end up percieving them through our individual perspectives, so why does the media get so angry that some people don't believe in the transgendered thing?
Most Helpful Guy
I agree with you completely. It's not a matter of looking down at these people or push them over, no not at all. Quite the opposite these people need serious help, they have deep psychological problems and they weren't ever able to accept themselves.
You know, some people are born without limbs, or with a serious desfiguration yet a completely normal, healthy male/female not feeling happy with their own functional body, their own gender, is insulting and sad.
Invert your penis, revert your vagina... Do whatever surgical mutilations you'd like on your body... Just know you CANNOT change your genetics, never. It is impossible to do so. Just as someone prone to diabetes can't... You also can't, born a man or a woman will be transcripted on every single cell of your body and that is nothing you can change. And that's the simple reason why most people won't look transgenders normally, it isn't logical to go against scientific facts.3
Most Helpful Girl
I know someone from high school who's transgender, and it hurt her so much when people refused to call her by her chosen name and pronouns. It made her feel rejected and dismissed. It made her hate her body more, reminded her of all her insecurities. She felt disrespected.
Not passing judgement here, just letting you know... that's probably why.0