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yeah that's true they should always say even if they look and feel 100% women. And Visa versa
Whoa… what‽ I hope it wasn't an erection or there's a possibility that may be something other than just a friendship.
@N192K001 One Time it was erect.
Okay… 😬 Was that the last time as of yet or was there no reaction in further incidents?I know as a guy that there are a good number of factors that can cause involuntary reactions even when there is no actual valid drive behind it, but… there is a statistically non-0% chance that either ①the friendship wasn't 100% that… or ② #① was initially false, but this incident may have caused it to be true. If either are true, your friend's ability to manage that ('extinguish' it, I'm guessing, if both of you wish to remain platonic) that will be central to this. Otherwise, it could just be an unwarranted, involuntary reaction to the situation and should have no meaning whatsoever.
She asked me to play with it for while and I was ok but its weird
Uh… Okay.You might have to clarify to yourself (& your friend) what type of relationship this is to be. Interest seems obvious: romantic possibly, but sexual seems pretty blatant. What direction do you really intend this to turn? How has your 'friend' been steering this: back to platonic after this experiment or staying the course with other stuff that's similar enough to this day, shamelessly or cautiously, charging with full intention or exploring/wandering wherever things go?With the little info provided, there has been a significant change in the direction of the course. You'll have to decide is this a friend you want to keep or are you intending a change of role/rank/position?
How about respect in terms of affording a basic level of decency towards them, same as you would any friendly stranger?
They are diagnosed with gender dysphoria. In most cases you have to be in order to get prescriptions for hormones. Not many trans people will dispute that they do have gender dysphoria, they just want, and psychological professionals agree its best for their health, to transition and be accepted.
Those are fine but I know many people one of which is a cousin of mine who is under the age of like 7 and he suddenly became a girl because his parents caught him playing with barbies. I also had an acquaintance become trans but did nothing to change his appearance to look like a her and she complains that people call bullshit.
I dont know either of those people so I shouldn't really say anything about them. I will say though that the actions of some do not invalidate others.