The story of a beaten down trans woman(Real story)You know, Sometimes I look at what people do to people of color. But I feel I can relate. Even though I am white, I have never once felt like I've had privilege. You're probably reading this going, "yeah right you're white you probably lived the white collared life." I can't see it as that way. Ever since I was a child I was, odd... To say the least. I had one friend through grade school, his name is Gabriel. I have been beaten up, called a freak, hated by teachers and principles a like. In my own right I never did anything wrong but everyone made me feel like I was the worst person on the planet. In some cases they still do.The story of a beaten down trans woman(Real story) by Tyrant9
I've been beaten, I've been threatened, I've been tortured mentally for my entire childhood years. My parents telling me not to do certain things that girls would do because I was a boy. So I had to stop the urges that came to me naturally. Though the urges were still there I had to stop. I had kids throwing dirt clods and rocks at me till I was bruised and bloody
Transgender VS. SemanticsThere is something I think about once in a blue moon. Mostly because it comes up once in a blue moon. Simply put it’s the semantics of the idea behind transgender.Transgender VS. Semantics by EvilTrapZ
For anyone who doesn’t know it’s along the lines of some male or female is the opposite gender of the one they appear to be because they’re mind is in the wrong body. The gender of the body allegedly doesn’t match the gender of the mind.
The thing that always bothers me about this is that people aren’t exactly robots. Whenever I hear people talk about being transgender so often it is just about stereotypes. I’ve literally heard someone say that they know they must be transgender because they weren't into beer, football and tits like their father and brothers. My immediate thoughts were isn’t it plausible that maybe, just maybe not every male is into that stuff?
And of course it goes the other way to. If you’re not into pink dresses, Barbie, dolls and