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#1 04-11-2014 04:30:51

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Hello, Komrades!

I was once a member here under a different name on a different site, but, alas, I was 12 years old at the time and I'm pretty sure I said some stupid shit so I'd rather just get a new identity so to speak. I'm 17 now, if anyone gives a fuck.

Smoke meth and hail Satan.



#2 04-11-2014 04:32:03

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#3 04-11-2014 04:39:22

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#4 04-11-2014 04:47:43

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Re: Hello, Komrades!

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#5 04-11-2014 05:04:44

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#6 04-11-2014 05:26:44

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Welcome to the official boards of transgender culture!

ransgender is the state of one's gender identity (self-identification as woman, man, neither or both) or gender expression not matching one's assigned sex (identification by others as male, female or intersex based on physical/genetic sex).[1] Transgender is independent of sexual orientation; transgender people may identify as heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, pansexual, polysexual, or asexual; some may consider conventional sexual orientation labels inadequate or inapplicable to them. The precise definition for transgender is changing but nevertheless includes:

"Of, relating to, or designating a person whose identity does not conform unambiguously to conventional notions of male or female gender roles, but combines or moves between these."[2]
"People who were assigned a sex, usually at birth and based on their genitals, but who feel that this is a false or incomplete description of themselves."[3]
"Non-identification with, or non-presentation as, the sex (and assumed gender) one was assigned at birth."[4]
A transgender individual may have characteristics that are normally associated with a particular gender, identify elsewhere on the traditional gender continuum, or exist outside of it as other, agender, genderqueer, or third gender. Transgender people may also identify as bigender or along several places on either the traditional transgender continuum or the more encompassing continuums that have been developed in response to recent, significantly more detailed studies.[5] Furthermore, many transgender people experience a period of identity development that includes better understanding one's self-image, self-reflection, and self-expression. More specifically, the degree to which individuals feel genuine, authentic, and comfortable within their external appearance and accept their genuine identity is referred to as transgender congruence.[6]

Writing for health professionals in the second edition of his reference work Sexual Hygiene and Pathology in 1965, psychiatrist John F. Oliven of Columbia University used the lexical compound trans+gender in the Transexualism section of “Primary Transvestism,” noting "'transgenderism' is what is meant, because sexuality is not a major factor in primary transvestism."[7][8] Crossdressing pioneer Virginia Charles Prince used the compound in the December 1969 issue of Transvestia, a national magazine for cross dressers founded by Prince.[9] In the mid-1970s both trans-gender and trans people were in use as umbrella terms.[note 1] 'Transgenderist' was used to describe people who wanted to live cross-gender without sex reassignment surgery.[10] By 1976, transgenderist was abbreviated as TG in educational materials.[11]

In 1979, Christine Jorgensen publicly rejected transsexual and instead identified herself in newsprint as a trans-gender saying, "gender doesn't have to do with bed partners, it has to do with identity.”[12][13] By 1984, the concept of a "transgender community" had developed, in which transgender was used as an umbrella term.[14] In 1985, Richard Elkins established the "Trans-Gender Archive" at the University of Ulster.[9] By 1992, the International Conference on Transgender Law and Employment Policy defined transgender as an expansive umbrella term including "transsexuals, transgenderists, cross dressers" and anyone transitioning.[15]

Several somewhat ambiguous and possibly overlapping definitions can be found for the two terms: transgender and transsexual. Harry Benjamin invented a classification system for transsexuals and transvestites; he called his system the Sex Orientation Scale (SOS). In the SOS, Benjamin assigns transsexuals and transvestites to one of six categories based on their reasons for crossdressing, and the relative urgency of their need (if any) for sex reassignment surgery.[16] Many transsexuals believe that to be a true transsexual, a person needs to have a desire for surgery.[17] However, Benjamin's moderate intensity "true transsexual" needs either estrogen or testosterone as a "substitute for or preliminary to operation."[16] There are also people who have had sexual reassignment surgery (SRS), but do not meet the definition of a transsexual,[18][19] while other people do not desire SRS, yet clearly meet Benjamin Scale definition of a "true transsexual", such as Miriam Rivera.

In addition to the larger categories of transgender and transsexual, there is a wide range of gender expressions and identities which are contrary to the mainstream male-female binary. These include cross dressers, drag queens, drag kings, transvestites, genderqueer, etc. Some people take issue with transsexual because Virginia Charles Prince, who started the magazine Transvestia and built up the cross-dressing organization Tri-Ess, used transgender to distinguish cross-dressers from Victoria's Secret Commercial, bisexual and transsexual people.[20] In "Men Who Choose to Be Women," Prince wrote "I, at least, know the difference between sex and gender and have simply elected to change the latter and not the former."[21]

There is ample academic literature on the difference between sex and gender. For example, the Medilexicon Medical dictionary states that one's sex is a biological or physiological quality, while one's gender is a (psychological) "category to which an individual is assigned by self or others...".[22] Therefore, transsexuality can be said to deal more with material aspects of one's sexuality, while transgender considerations can be said to deal more with one's internal gender disposition or predisposition, as well as the related social expectations that may accompany a given gender role.[23] However, in pragmatic English, the sex and gender distinction is often ignored, so that gender is used to describe the categorical male/female difference and sex is used to describe sexual activity.[24]

There exists political tension between the identities that fall under the "transgender umbrella."[25] For example, transsexual men and women who can pay for medical treatments (or who have institutional coverage for their treatment) are likely to be concerned with medical privacy and establishing a durable legal status as their gender later in life. Extending insurance coverage for medical care is a coherent issue in the intersection of transsexuality and economic class.

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#7 04-12-2014 00:56:58

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