75% of California voters oppose sex change surgeries and sterilizing hormones for children under 18 by worried19 in GenderCritical

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The 25 % only said that because they're "not transphobic"

What is the deal with the slur "TERF"? by VioletRemi in GenderCritical

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I've litteraly been called "TERF" for saying I support trans rights so who knows what it means.

Aces and Aros by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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It's still nice to have memes about it (part of why there's a label). Whatever. I call myself that, I share my views on love with friends and it's easier for them to understand but it really isn't a big deal. So I'm not gonna argue, you seem down to earth and there's nothing really to argue about - I just like the label becouse it helps me describe my feelings and connect to other people and there are days I really need it. But yeach, whatever. Real or not - it's a thing. I know who I am with or without that label.

Aces and Aros by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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Wow, ok. Being aromantic isn't about attachment and commitment, it's about feeling romantic attraction. An aromantic person may still crave a close physical relationship it's just not going to be romantic from their point of view. In our culture we assign all the importance to a romantic relationship and set it as an ultimate goal and happiness and anyone not interested is a heartless villan. Friendships can hold just as much importance and they require just as much effort and commitment. You can be a very loving person without the love being romantic. That's why I didn't think that aromantics should be in the community unless they're also bi/gay, that doesn't mean they don't exist, just separately. I don't know if that changes your mind, don't care but I had to say something. Aromantics aren't sex-obsessed lone commitment phobes they just do not feel romanticly attracted to anybody and a romantic attraction towards them makes them uncomfortable. They assign bigger meaning to platonic relationships and maby even crave an exclusive one. We have feelings, they're just not romantic feelings.

Aces and Aros by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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I often go trough "what even is love" and all that and basically everything you said above and think I'm no different from a regular person and it's all a lie but then I talk to 'normal people' or look at irl couples and I just know that's not gonna be me. I don't go around saying how oppressed I am for being aro, that label just exist to find other people to relate to (just like differating bi and pan/Omni or whatever) these labels exist only to describe your feelings but they don't hold any real meaning to the outside world. If you are in a relationship no one gives a shit you're aro or when you're bi no one cares you're actually pan/Omni ect. Is romance just an illusion and a tool for selling stories? Maby it is but I am definitely not 'a romantic' and it's nice to have people to talk about it with and I've meet ppl irl who are big romantics and it's just the opposite of me. It doesn't have to be a big deal I just asked the question out of curiosity and didn't expect aros to be a part of the community based on them being aro.

There is no such thing as a hetero or bi lesbian. Please stop with this fucking nonsense. by Smolders1 in LGBDropTheT

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"he/him" lesbians

I'm sorry, what?

How do you feel about non-binary people being attached to the lgbt community? by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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I've heard a 'non-binary' refer to their pronouce change as 'transitioning'.

American Cartoons with LGB content by haveanicedaytoo in LGBDropTheT

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I definetly recommend The Owl House, The Dragon Prince, She Ra, Harley Quinn and speaking of Avatar universe I absolutely recommend reading Kyoshi novels. Love all the shows.

Lesbian on /r/offmychest tries to find conversion therapy because she thinks her lack of attraction to girldicks is "toxic" by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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"I have been looking into different types of therapy so I can maybe get rid of this toxicity"

I've stopped reading after that.

So essentially, this woman is being shamed for her attraction to women. If that's not homophobia I don't know what is.

Over at AL they are really really close to the realization why there are so many young “trans guys”... by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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Haha I used to do that too. I was always writing from a perspective of a man falling in love with a woman. So obvious looking back on it now.

Being referred to as "Transphobic", do you just accept the label? by Kai_Decadence in GenderCritical

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I've accepted it but only internaly. I have nothing against actual trans people, who actually transition. I do not believe in 'gender identity' and all that 'non-binary' bullshit. As long as people are sane about those things it's fine.

It is not ok to suggest that clothes and roles indicate your gender.

It is ok not to wanna have sex with a transgender person or not want to date them.

It is ok to be concerned about your children and not let them transition until they are an adult.

Gender identity and being gay are completely separate experiences and have nothing in common.

Your gender expression doesn't create a new gender.

Womanhood and Manhood cannot be defined. Transitioning should come from right place and not your clothes or what toys you want to play with.

You should think about defying bad stereotypes about men and women before you decide to exclude yourself from them.

No, changing your pronounces is not "transitioning".

Stop. Using. 'cis'. As. A. Bad. Word. Fuck. Off.

Your sex is just who you are. It's not offensive to "assume your gender", it's just a biological statement and a fact so stop crying about it and go to the real world. Let's see if you get paid more becouse you're 'not a woman' and let's see how you get money if you refuse to work somewhere becouse your boss used "incorrect pronounce" (I'm not kidding, people are like this even if the boss is trying)

See, I would be called 'transphobic' and it's fine becouse it has lost it's meaning anyway. If you're (actually) trans then that's ok. You're not a woman/man, you're a trans woman/man and that's your business.

Non binary asks if they are welcome. Disregards only answer that says no and calls them transphobic. Why bother asking? by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I'm sick of people like this. What is anyone gonna do? Do you expect police to come to your house to arrest you bcs you're looking at the subreddit? Nobody fucking cares. It's like people on r/bisexual who say "I'm PaN bUT I sTiLl cOmE hEre bCs tHe meMeS arE fuNnY" NOBODY. GIVES. A. SHIT. Or I make a bi joke and a straight/gay person takes it the wrong way and I'm like this is r/bi_irl I should be able to make bi jokes, what are you even doing here? Fucking attention whores.

Just a meme for y'all #2 by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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B?

Notice the sub’s name? Guess that means nothing. There’s no space only for women anymore. by letal_22 in GenderCritical

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It recently really got to me how creepy it is sociaty lets men into women spaces. If a 'cis' male would do it every one would scream but a 'trans woman' is supposedly ok. We are brainwashed to believe that's 'inclusive' and something positive. Trans people are idolised. The other day someone posted in r/LBGTeens "Uuuugh I hate straight men [...] But not you trans boys ❤️ you're perfect" So yeach what is the world becoming?

SICK OF THIS (Trans community on the character Smellerbee from ATLA) by Beth-BR in GenderCritical

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Uuuugh the comments. A girl wants to be comfortable in her own skin as more masculine and non conforming and they try to indicate she's trans? How? Litteraly nothing points to that.

SICK OF THIS (Trans community on the character Smellerbee from ATLA) by Beth-BR in GenderCritical

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Idk, no matter the wlw couple ppl ALWAYS say it's rushed even if it's not. I don't get said perception of Korrasami, they both are great written individual characters, their (actual) relation started developing from S3 and there was a 3 YEAR gap between book 3 and 4 and they corresponded the whole time. It was really well developed and for the time it was made they did what they could. I can't speak for the creators but Korra's hasn't really changed that much (in the way you indicated) she's always been musculine and she was 'butched' up in S4 only bcs she trained hard and cut her hair. I really don't get what's wrong with Korrasami which did NOT come out of nowhere and I absolutely love their relationship.

Coming back to Smellerbee I just don't get why would anyone say she's trans. She gets upset bcs Iroh called her a boy (bcs she looked like one) and she emphasizes the fact she is a girl, therefore it's not at all their kind of 'misgendering' she just likes to dress like a boy and that's what she is supposed to feel comfortable about and litteraly nothing indicates she's trans.

SICK OF THIS (Trans community on the character Smellerbee from ATLA) by Beth-BR in GenderCritical

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I was curious about what the trans community had to say about the character Smellerbee from Avatar: The Last Airbender and it wasn't a surprise. I don't think I have to spell out how wrong this is. And for F*ck's sake Iroh was 'bad' bcs he though someone was a boy who absolutely looked like one?!? And can people stop compering gay ppl to trans ppl, they have absolutely nothing in common and representing a gay character contributes nothing to the trans community and doesn't obligate to have them represented. I just can't take anymore of this.

SICK OF THIS (Trans community on the character Smellerbee from ATLA) by Beth-BR in GenderCritical

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NOT KYOSHI

Without constant reaffirmation and indoctrination, children in lockdown are detransitioning. by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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That's becouse being gay is not about yourself it's about who you give your love to. No one wants to be gay but there's always the person who makes you realise you are and who makes it worth all of what comes with it. But being "trans" is about wanting to feel original and different and playing the victim. Nowadays you don't need to do anything to be trans you can say "I don't care about pronounce call me whatever you want" and dumb people will be cheering. I've litteraly never heard of people feeling gay just to be different (eventhough ppl accuse bi/bi-curious girls of that). It's just who you are. And you can't fake it. There's nothing wrong with experimenting and no one will marry the same sex bcs they want attention.

/r/Books is pissed off that historical female authors who were forced to publish under male pen-names are having their work republished under their real names, because apparently it's evil to assume they weren't trans by marmorsymphata in GenderCritical

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A woman: publishes a book under a man's name bcs sexism is a thing.

TRAs: WhAt iF sHe waS TrAnS

I mean come on. All the fights women of the past had to put up and you're trying to claim them for yourselfs. This is unbelievable. "She wore mens clothes so she couldn't have been a woman". Next thing you're gonna tell be is that Colette was trans. Don't you even!

I shaved my head, I'm not a woman anymore! by Beth-BR in GenderCritical

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What is the world becoming where is individuality? Having no hair discludes you from being a woman? Becouse being a woman means only caring about your clothes and make up? Do you have to assign comfort and originality with another gender? I'm fucking tired of this.

I shaved my head, I'm not a woman anymore! by Beth-BR in GenderCritical

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I think the idea of gender 'non-binary' works very well in fiction. Weather it's a shape-shifter or a race where there is no gender I think it's a very intriguing concept. Irl it's just straight-up nonsense.

I shaved my head, I'm not a woman anymore! by Beth-BR in GenderCritical

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I'm so glad we have the space here where I can take out my frustration. I can't say anything anywhere else.

I shaved my head, I'm not a woman anymore! by Beth-BR in GenderCritical

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Everyone knows women are hairless

"Lesbians can become straight" r/AL (Trans woman called a TERF) by oofreesouloo in LGBDropTheT

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Another "sex bad" mindset. Uuggh

In case you were wondering, this is what it looks like to misappropriate a gay/lesbian "identity" as a solution to life's problems. by yousaythosethings in LGBDropTheT

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I'm sorry I just get frustrated over this. I really didn't mean to hate on anybody eventhough that's what I did. It's just that I see those women and all they want is men's approval and they play the 'cool' part instead of living their life. I don't know what has gotten into me and I'm really sorry if I hurt someone. I think I'm not mad at these women but at patriarchy becouse I can see why they act that way. It was wrong to burst out like that. I just wish more women had the ability to give the middle finger to the sociaty and live as they want.

In case you were wondering, this is what it looks like to misappropriate a gay/lesbian "identity" as a solution to life's problems. by yousaythosethings in LGBDropTheT

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I hate late bloomers lesbians. Like get over yourselfs. It's always women who think EVERYBODY cares about every little detail about them. They think they have some kind of responsibility to the world and that it would be SUCH a big deal. And the classic "I'm not a lesbian". I know such women and it just pains me to see them. No one fucking cares you're a lesbian just admit it it will be good for you. And it's women who are OBVIOUSLY gay (from a gay woman's perspective) Everybody takes their time but at a certain poit it's just pointless.

'If you're not pan you're an asshole' by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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the gender propaganda has really gotten out of hand. People are mad about saying 'opposite gender' By that logic you're not just invalidating bi ppl also gay and straight. It's a sexuality not genderuality. If you don't care about it - good for you but you can do that and leave people who do alone. If you believe that ⬆️ you can drop yourself. Couldn't get to the original post, so the Instagram op doesn't believe that bs

'If you're not pan you're an asshole' by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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I tried to upload just the image to Imgur but it wouldn't work and the Twitter op's account was private. Do as you wish

'If you're not pan you're an asshole' by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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I don't believe in validation, but I tried to demonstrate their logic

'If you're not pan you're an asshole' by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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Thanks!

I'm so fucking done with 'non-binary' by Beth-BR in GenderCritical

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Litteraly most of the post there are "my mom is so transphobic she won't accept my pronounce as non binary". And like fuck off changing your pronounce is not only fucking stupid, pointless only for attention and playing victim it is NOT transitioning. You're demeaning struggles of people who have actually fought their whole life for their identity. Just shut up. I've never been an average teenager I live alone since I was 16 and let's just say I already have bigger problems than someone not wanting to call me by some stupid pronounce instead of just accepting your actual gender.

TRAs sabotage their supporters by GuacLettuceBacon in LGBDropTheT

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TRAs: Trans women are women A trans woman: no they are not

It is unbelievable she gave up her identity as trans becouse of what that word has become. It's basically meaningless. A woman can write write on twitter "yeach, I'm non-binary but my pronounce are still 'her' it's cool or whatever" and people be like "oh my god she is so brave! The courage to come out as TRANS" fuck off if you don't transition you're not trans. And that doesn't include top surgery. I want it too, doesn't make me any less of a woman. To think in such ways to define womenhood by whether or not someone has boobs! Nobody cares about your gender, just stick with what you are.

The creepy GenderCynical dudes are on saidit now... by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Do they really think they can change our minds and get rid of us by calling us assholes and telling us to go fuck off and die? Why do you invade a space no one invited you to it's not like we actively invade their space to hate on them, people on Reddit who 'spread hate speech' are just people answering questions who are just not afraid to be honest.

I think this fits here as to the whole "non-binary" thing. by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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I want top surgery too, that doesn't make me anything less of a woman.

Am I the only one sick of the "non-binary"? by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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What's the point of it if your pronounce are still 'her' and like what? Do they want to confuse people? You just wanna be more queer? What's so bad about being a woman and why do you have to make up more identities if your still a woman/man. It's not a third sex. Your personality and behaviour don't have to be another gender. (I don't wanna hate on Noelle I love her work, but this is just nonsense to me). Not conforming into negative misogynistic stereotypes about women doesn't make you not one.

Am I the only one sick of the "non-binary"? by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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I sometimes 'felt like a man' becouse of my laid back mindset, but I've never identified as anything other than a proud woman defying bad stereotypes. Other women in my family, media even some I knew made me feel like I was special, but I'm not. Women are just not like this. I love women, they are badass no matter how gender conforming or unconforming they are.

Apparently "mother" in an uninclusive term. Sick of the NB BS by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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I get if you don't wanna sit trough the whole thing but it just got me frustrated. I'm gonna say it you can call me all the names you want I don't care: all 'gender identity' (besides people who are legitimately trans) is bullshit. there is such thing as gender expression, you don't need to form an idetity around it. The girl in the video talks how she 'trasitions' from her pronounce she/her to they/them. She talks as if it were a serious issue and all the trouble actual trans people go trough. She also says when someone purposely misgenders her "that's when you have a right to get mad and offended". I get it you're 'not like other girls'. Then fight for the true women's image, not exlude yourself from them. And I really liked Georgia but honestly people who play the heros and blindly support this kind of nonsense are even bigger attention whores. She (the 'nb') really just played the victim card.

AskGayBros continues to be in their #1 target now. by Criticallacitirc in LGBDropTheT

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I am very disappointed that this person uses one of my favourite fictional characters as their user name/profile pic

Am I the only one sick of the "non-binary"? by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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I think she said "I'm all genders" which is like wtf?

Am I the only one sick of the "non-binary"? by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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Don't you know lesbian includes all genders becouse why the fuck not? If you dare to desire sex you're heartless and phobic! /s

Apparently "mother" in an uninclusive term. Sick of the NB BS by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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I mean it all makes sense when you know her name is 'Hope'.

I just ended a friendship over this. A gay man sending me (a gay man) an article saying that if I wasn’t willing to date trans men I was transphobic. He told me it was a preference not my sexuality. It’s not okay to tolerate homophobia in ANY form. by Ambisextrous in LGBDropTheT

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Oh my God I am sick of this. Who do you have to be to call someone phobic for not wanting to date you? Like seriously what the fuck? You're no better than calling a woman a bitch for refusing to sleep with you.