You're asking backwards. People with Peter Pan syndrome have jumped into the newest trend.Why do so many troons have Peter Pan syndrome?
Because they often aren't. Any more than separate but equal actually held up. And besides, why shouldn't they be able to if they want to? You don't need a good reason to have a right.I still don't get why so many gays demanded the right to marry; civil unions with the same rights/responsibilities of marriage from a government/administrative level seem plenty fine.
Abuse, trolling, or whatever. People have thin skin.Why do so many troons have Peter Pan syndrome?
You get to identify however you choose. But IMO, the troon crown is only bestowed upon lolcows. AFAIK, we've no reason to believe you're a lolcow. You're simply one of us.Troon, non-binary, same shit. Half the mod team's troons, I've known for a while, no need to hide it.
I created an account after lurking for a while, when I realized this is a "safe space" for us to interact, for those of us who are above acting exceptional due to our sexual identities alone. It's super fucking ironic, but despite (or perhaps due to) being gay as hell, I really like this place. Good on ya.I've been around in the e-drama communities. I know not to act exceptional online.
The only evidence for that is in teens, but it may be a meaningless correlation. Lots of teenagers experience dysphoria. Their bodies and brains are changing rapidly and they're hormonally in chaos. This causes depression and probably the dysphoria. Both of these usually pass. Unless they're indulged and maladaptive coping behaviors sink in.Um, isn't it the other way around? I'm sure having a condition that makes you feel disconnected to yourself like that probably feels like hell. Is there actual evidence that gender dysphoria is cause by depression. Idunno, I was always told it was the depression come FROM the dysphoria, not the other way around. I'd love to hear a professional opinion about that, and not some edgy statement made by some anime-avatar person