Yeap. you’re right, having a penis makes you male, it doesn’t make you female. I don’t have a penis, the doctors made what I now have out of what was a penis, and now I have what they call a “neo-vagina” (I think that translate to “created-vagina”). So, I don’t have a dick as you so nicely put it, yet you don’t consider me to be a woman, please don’t insult me by referring to me as a man. But lets have a look at other people. There are soldiers that have come back from recent conflicts with amputations of their legs, their arms, and I’m sure in some instances, their penis. Those soldiers that have lost their penis’ in conflicts are still men, they still feel and act like men. Angelina Jolie had a breast reduction (did they remove all the tissue, I don’t know) due to a cancer scare in her family, she’s still a woman.
Treat me as you find me, and don’t make assumptions based on how I might look, which is how we should treat everyone. I don’t “force” myself on anyone. If I’m attracted to someone and they feel the same way, then something may happen, it may not. If they accept me for who I am, then good, if not, it’s their loss in my eyes. Not everyone is obsessed with sex as much as you seem to imply.
Fwiw, Viagra was discoverd by accident while scientist we’re researching something else, so it was never the end goal, but a side-effect of it.
I’ve been pretty up front on this blog about the fact that my impetus to create it arose from abject horror at the way lesbian communities (in particular) were being colonized/destroyed. Suddenly, organizations and publications that previously focused on the needs of women, on topics of import for women, were now focused squarely on the interests of males who feel like women. Such interests – pronouns, access to hormones and surgeries, entry into women’s restrooms, theorizing on penises – are in no way important to women’s liberation or women’s actual experiences. They may be very important to trans folk, but they have precious little to do with the issues actually facing women. And yet, women are expected to take these issues on in spaces that once were for and about them. Very few people are outraged over this, because very few people truly care about women and fewer still care…
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