"You wouldn't even know the difference!" (More unscientific nonsense aimed at lesbians in order to coerce them into sleeping with trans women) by TarshishJupiter in LGBDropTheT

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Anyone who says that knows nothing about vaginas OR nothing about neovaginas.

Selfless bi woman advises lesbians to be nice to MTFs who surprise them with pulling out a dick before sex, because ''frustration is guaranteed'' when you have sex with men, lol by a_blue_bird in LGBDropTheT

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How much Xanax does she take to get through the day?

Has anyone here EVER thought this? by artetolife in LGBDropTheT

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Wtf does it even mean to be queer enough? YOU LIKE THE SAME SEX OR YOU DON'T. It's really that simple.

"vaginas aren't inherently female" by Beth-BR in LGBDropTheT

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If sex characteristics don't matter and sex doesn't matter, why do they spend such an inordinate amount of time trying to imitate those characteristics? If genitals aren't inherently sexed, names and clothes sure as fuck aren't either.

Any straight teenage girl pretending to be a gay man can use the word faggot by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I have actually read them say it is validating to be called a faggot because at least it means they're read as male. Fuck all of us gay men who grew up being called faggots and associate it with some very unpleasant memories. Yet they're supposed to be the same as us? Sure...

Gay men should work on their pussy biases by Rosefield in LGBDropTheT

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I've literally heard them use excuses like "it would trigger my dysphoria" or "I don't want to deal with another person's dysphoria." So basically, "do as I say, not as I do."

I feel strong aversion to the LGB(TQ) community by oofreesouloo in LGBDropTheT

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I have never heard from another person who feels exactly as I do on this topic. When women tell me they are bi, I straight up don't believe them unless they have actually had a relationship with a woman. I know that maybe that's "invalidating," but people who really ARE something don't have to feel validated. If someone tried to take my gay cred away, it wouldn't change all the dicks I've sucked.

Bi-furious rant by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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I think that what most gay people are saying is not that ALL bi people would want trans people, but rather that ONLY bi people (even if a minority) would be capable of feeling attraction to mixed sex characteristics. And that is totally fine when they're not calling themselves gay.