I have no problem with this, butit is just so suprising! She is way prettier than any girl I know! And she was originally a boy^^
You like her Simon! Don't lie You don't gotta lie to kick it. I see your thinking thoughts now :). Share it with everybody. Simon, what would you look like in a dress? Can you imagine frank in a dress with makeup LOL!
Edited by LUCIFERIFIC (04/12/0805:33 PM)
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Originally Posted By: LUCIFERIFIC
Your answer MT was actually surprising. I mean to say that you are open and accepting of other peoples freedom to just be... or at least tolerate it. I was expecting a negative response or reaction.
I read some of LaVey's writing where he complains about how men are becoming more effeminate and stuff.
I was addressing the situation from a rational, medical perspective; rather than commenting on whims and fashions. There have been many documented cases of individuals being born in the wrong body, as well as doctors choosing the sex of borderline cases. This is a problem that deserves attention.
As for people showing emotional attributes of the opposite sex for non medical reasons – if it is part of their natural psychology or as some form of manipulation, I don't have a problem with it. If it is conducted on a whim or by a victim of manipulation – then I think it is pathetic.