+30 Born a girl? Then you are a girl? Born a boy? Same, amirite?

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

I shall return in an hour to view the active warzone

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Born a girl - girl. Born a boy - same, so girl.

by Anonymous 1 month ago

yeah, everyone is a girl according to OP lmao

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Does that make me a lesbian?

by Anonymous 1 month ago

I think we all are.

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Why's that?

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

Read the rules and you should be able to tell why.

by Historical_Angle_665 1 month ago

Thanks for your answer

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

I was born a girl. I have a beard, adam's apple and flat chest. Everyone assumes I'm a man in public. Women do not want me in the women's bathroom. What should I do to reassure them that I belong in there? Pull my pants down and show them my vagina?

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Honestly that is a power move.

by Street_Collection 1 month ago

Yes

by CanaryLongjumping 1 month ago

And if you do get dragged out, what then? Discrimination, Right?

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

I don't care what you want to call it. 😂

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Well let's just say I'll call you a pervert

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

Even the trolls on X have better bait than this

by logan26 1 month ago

What is it I said that is being an ahole?

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

facts :D

by Anonymous 1 month ago

This week on 'h8 b8 4 clickz'.....

by Legitimate-Gur-6921 1 month ago

Many people actually. Sex is not binary.

by Good_Platform3330 1 month ago

Explain it to me please

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

You're trolling and failing at it. There is no god damn way you are at this point in your mindset of transphobic bigotry and have never heard of hermaphroditism, also know as intersex.

by Anonymous 1 month ago

They are anomalies. The exceptions. Not the rule.

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

Well compelled speech laws and how my children are educated based on peoples feelings, ideologies and beliefs do actually affect us

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

You're fine, your kids will be fine. Kids can understand that different people think, believe and experience different things.

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Out of curiosity - in your opinion, what about intersex people?

by macejkovicramon 1 month ago

Bold of you to assume they are that educated.

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Anomalies. They are the exception, not the rule

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

1.7% makes it pretty uncommon by any statistical analysis

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

About as rare as red hair or green eyes

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Yep

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

How many people with green eyes do you know? How many redheads do you see pass you by?

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Very few

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

Any village, or hamlet with 150 people or more has at least one intersex individual living in it. That means it exists in EVERY town and city. (Statistically) And every military base(statistically) and 1 or 2 in a national parliament or assembly.(statistically) every fortune 500 company, every casino, every cruiseship, every college campus...etc etc. It doesn't sound so uncommon.

by Legitimate-Gur-6921 1 month ago

There are a percentage of babies born with certain things underdeveloped or missing(limbs/organs etc) but we all know that healthy humans are born with two arms, two legs, a heart, a liver, etc. Just because of low percentage anomalies does not change biological fact

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

Oof, you are going to get a lot of s*** for this, but be prepared to deal with some mental gymnastics.

by Anonymous 1 month ago

What exactly is bigoted about what I said?

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

Amazing people like the op are so concerned about how others identify

by schimmelharriso 1 month ago

Amazing that there are people in this world are so concerned about how others identify them

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

Yeah it shouldn't be allowed to be able to switch your gender

by Ayanacole 1 month ago

thats dumb

by Good_Platform3330 1 month ago

So you feel that other than genitals and other sex characteristics (ignoring for a moment that those can vary highly between individuals eg female can have a lot of body hair and men can have breasts,) that there are no differences between men and women? No self-perception, no "feeling" like one or the other, no trends in personalities and emotional characteristics, etc? Like if you put a female/woman's brain in a male's body, she would just be a man?

by Anonymous 1 month ago

What are you talking about?

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

You say being born a girl is what makes a girl, so is your opinion that there are no intangible factors to being a man or woman, nothing other than the physical body (which is all you have when you're born)?

by Anonymous 1 month ago

Chromosomes and reproduction organs

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago

Ah, I see. Well, all I can tell you is that many people experience gender beyond their genitals. If you can wrap your mind around gender as part of the life experience, not just sexual experience, you might be able to imagine that someone's gender experience might "feel" inconsistent with their sex. So, although a person might be biologically female, they may want to move through life, experience life and be seen as a man. How you feel about that is up to you, but there's a lot of freedom in not caring so much about what other (often hypothetical) people do.

by Anonymous 1 month ago

There's also a lot of freedom in not caring how others identify or perceive you

by Rich_Explanation_804 1 month ago