She passed her phone over and switched to the female filter for me to take my picture...and I just stopped.
I was looking at a really familiar girl I had never met, but it was me. I didn’t know what to make of it. Some of it looked like my sister, but it mostly looked like me...as a girl. I wasn’t supermodel hot, like much of the TG transformation stuff I’d seen, but I was adorably cute, like, I could believe this girl could exist. The hair style was rather simple, but it looked good on her. I tried smiling, and my big, goofy, toothy grin lit up her face. She mirrored my every action.
It's already too late for him now. He even said he went to r/eggirl.But even knowing the unreality of what the Snapchat filter is doing, I couldn’t stop thinking about it. This was me, but female. It didn’t ruin the trip, but suddenly my fascination with girl-me was eating away at the back of my mind.
It was probably bound to happen. If it didn’t happen with Snapchat, something else would happen and then he’d convince himself to troon out.Man with transformation fetish tried the snapchat filter and is now on the verge of trooning out.
It's already too late for him now. He even said he went to r/eggirl.
Another penis is ready for the butcher.
I think it was in the sjw art thread, but there was some girl who used to have her own comics about being trans (despite being a trender), and in one of her comics she talked about how one day she was in her room, decided that drawing herself as a man was a good idea and when she did it, she had an existential crisis about trooning out. And then she did it.Wait what?
I really hate to say this is true but you’re absolutely right.if it was genuine this "father" would be stubborn enough to deny his child as well as his womb-owning self proper care if it meant avoiding being misgendered
Transgender Tragedy: This Baby Died Because the Mother's Medical Records Listed Her as Male
This week, The New England Journal of Medicine published a bizarre story. A "transgender man" entered a hospital with severe abdominal pains. Because she was identified as a man, the doctors naturally did not think to treat her for labor and delivery, so she tragically lost the baby. Rather than emphasizing the danger of placing gender identity over biological sex, both the journal and The Washington Post made the absurd claim that the hospital should not have ruled out pregnancy for a man.
"He was rightly classified as a man" in the medical records and appears masculine, Dr. Daphna Stroumsa at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, wrote in the journal article. "But that classification threw us off from considering his actual medical needs."
"The point is not what's happened to this particular individual but this is an example of what happened to transgender people interacting with the health care system," she added.
The Washington Post's Marilynn Marchioneargued that this case should make doctors aware of the "blurred lines" in medicine. Citing the journal article, she claimed that the case "points to larger issues about assigning labels or making assumptions in a society increasingly confronting gender variations in sports, entertainment and government. In medicine, there's a similar danger of missing diseases such as sickle cell and cystic fibrosis that largely affect specific racial groups, the authors wrote."
Yet this conclusion is forced at best, and merely serves to blind people to the truth of the story.
The 32-year-old woman was not identified, but the journal noted that she told the nurse she was transgender at the emergency room. The record listed her as male. She hadn't had a period in several years and had been taking testosterone, which decreases ovulation and menstruation. She quit taking the hormone after she lost health insurance.
The mother had taken a home pregnancy test and it came out positive. She also had wet herself, a possible sign of ruptured membranes and labor. A nurse ordered a pregnancy test but considered her stable and her problems non-urgent.
Hours later, a doctor evaluated her and confirmed pregnancy. They took an ultrasound and found clear signs of fetal heart activity, but part of the umbilical cord had slipped into the birth canal. Doctors prepared to do an emergency c-section, but the baby's heartbeat stopped in the operating room.
The Washington Post reported these words, "Moments later, the man delivered a stillborn baby."
Tellingly, the authors wrote that if a clearly identified woman had shown up with similar systems, the woman "would almost surely have been triaged and evaluated more urgently for pregnancy-related problems." In other words, the confusion of transgender identity prevented the doctors from giving this mother the care she needed.
The toxic doublespeak of transgender identity runs throughout the journal article and the Washington Post story. Marchione actually defined "transgender men" as people "who are considered female at birth but who identify as male" and wrote that they "may or may not be using masculinizing hormones or have had surgical alterations, such as womb removal."
This kind of explanation is clear gaslighting. From the moment of conception, human beings are either female (two "X" chromosomes) or male (one "X" and one "Y"). Some people have intersex conditions, where their reproductive organs do not develop normally and many of them are sterile. This is not a "third sex," however, as human reproduction involves one male and one female.
When a reproductively-healthy biological female identifies as a man, that does not make her a man. Unless she undergoes surgeries that sterilize her, she can still get pregnant.
Yet the embrace of transgender identity in medicine and in journalism has led people to make absurd statements, such as claiming that "men" have female sex organs and that "men" can get pregnant and deliver babies. This is lunacy.
To be clear, some people have a serious condition of experiencing severe discomfort from persistently identifying with the gender opposite their biological sex (gender dysphoria). These struggles deserve sympathy, but it is entirely wrongheaded to embrace a false transgender identity in the name of helping these people.
This is akin to telling a teenage girl who struggles with anorexia (thinking she is fat when she is really thin) that she is truly fat and should starve herself. Whatever the anorexic girl's "fat identity," the fact is that she needs food to survive, and attempts to starve herself are unhealthy.
In this mother's tragic case, the medical profession's rapid embrace of transgender identity actually cost a human life. This unborn baby had done nothing to deserve death, but because the baby's mother identified as a man and because medical records listed her as male, her baby was not given the help this most vulnerable human needed to survive.
"It's a very upsetting incident, it's a tragic outcome," Dr. Tamara Wexler, a hormone specialist at NYU Langone Medical Center, told the Post.
Yet she drew an absurd lesson from the tragedy. "Medical training should include exposure to transgender patients" so health workers are better able to meet their needs. "A lot of doctors who are practicing don't have that in their training."
"There are implicit biases that need to be addressed," Nic Rider, a transgender health specialist and psychologist at the University of Minnesota, told the Post. He insisted that training is not enough. People must be re-educated to stop thinking of human beings as male and female.
Health records may use male and female templates "for gender" but "it doesn't mean that we just throw out critical thinking or think about how humans are diverse," Rider argued.
Basic biology is accurate. Only women can get pregnant. Even though this mother identified herself as transgender, she should have been seen as a woman. Her false identity is not "diversity," and in this case, it made it harder for doctors to save the life of her baby.
Accurate medical records cannot erase biological sex. Men and women have different health needs, and even when a transgender person takes hormones and surgery, his or her body is still impacted by his or her biological sex. In the case of a "transgender man" like this, doctors need to know that she is truly female — this can be a matter of life and death.
The tragedy in this case is not "those bigoted doctors and nurses" but the prevailing fiction that this woman is "really a man." Had the medical records not listed her as male, her baby might be alive today.
I think it was in the sjw art thread, but there was some girl who used to have her own comics about being trans (despite being a trender), and in one of her comics she talked about how one day she was in her room, decided that drawing herself as a man was a good idea and when she did it, she had an existential crisis about trooning out. And then she did it.
Another highlight of the comics was when she met a girl, she got attracted to that girl, and turned into an incel when said girl was straight (as in, not attracted to troons) and dating a boy.
The one in the dark blue v-neck looks like he's had open heart surgery, looks like a serious midline scar there. Pretty wack if they actually give hormones to someone with a CHD yikes. Also why do so many of them have nightmare acne.Picture time! I kinda like this first guy, wrecked miniblinds and all. The attitude makes it.
And now, those cute/so pretty/could never clock laydees.
Thanks for this observation. I noticed the scar but didn't think about what it meant.The one in the dark blue v-neck looks like he's had open heart surgery, looks like a serious midline scar there. Pretty wack if they actually give hormones to someone with a CHD yikes. Also why do so many of them have nightmare acne.
Sad but they chose it.I wonder if the acne is caused by the fact that they’re basically going through a second puberty. I know that acne is more common in trans men but I can see how it could become an issue for trans women too.
It seems like it should be less common, because high testosterone is a big reason a person gets acne. Testosterone makes your skin produce more oil. Couple possibilities hereI wonder if the acne is caused by the fact that they’re basically going through a second puberty. I know that acne is more common in trans men but I can see how it could become an issue for trans women too.
Yeah the story makes absolutely no sense. Why would anyone care if you play female or male avatar, let alone jump to tranny conclusion? Guys choose to play as ladies all the time for various reasons like better voice acting or more pleasant bum to look at 40+ hours.Bet 50 box this story never happened.
Trannies are bad liars.
Agreed. Trannies are the only people dumb enough to think that playing opposite gender characters is some kind of troon shibboleth. It's like they don't realize that normal people can separate fantasy from reality. This kid's story is as dumb as claiming his sister saw him playing an evil character, assumed he was a murderer IRL, and called the cops.Bet 50 box this story never happened.
Trannies are bad liars.