Ellen Page is claiming to be transgender. What is going on?! by socialistrobot in GenderCritical

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i'm waiting for her to reveal this is all a big social experiment and that she is a proud butch lesbian who's trying to prove how harmful gender ideology is. i'm allowed to dream, aren't i?

Man crowned Miss New Zealand by ArthnoldManacatsaman in GenderCritical

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agreed! it suits them because of AGP and all the sexual arousal they get from being treated like holes to be penetrated.

Man crowned Miss New Zealand by ArthnoldManacatsaman in GenderCritical

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TIMs can keep all the beuty contests to themselves, women don't need that.

I'm done by Criticalofgender in GenderCritical

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i love your user name

Apparently not putting your pronouns in your bio automatically means you're transphobic by iamcool1337 in GenderCritical

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jesus fucking christ!

SNL just called out JKR for a 2nd time and more undercutting of white women - 3rd week in a row by Anon123 in GenderCritical

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oh ffs! i wish i could say i'm surprised...

(Ranty) DAE feel almost-revulsion any time they hear the word "Privilege" anymore? by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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YES! exactly! they criticize the group by hating on individuals. and if you claim it's divisive or aything like that, they quickly say you just don't want to acknowledge your privilege.

(Ranty) DAE feel almost-revulsion any time they hear the word "Privilege" anymore? by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Please manage my mental health because you have more spoons.

sorry i laughed hahaha

i agree. the word "privilege" has lost its meaning because it's overused, just like "empowering". people have the right to be angry at the fact they don't have the same privilege, but being angry at individuals who have such privilege is stupid and does absolutely nothing to help and change the situation.

Is there really any room for Gay men to speak up on Gender Critical? by Kai_Decadence in GenderCritical

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honestly, trans ideology affects both men and women, although it clearly affects women more. i think gay men are 100% allowed to discuss about GC topics. i don't consider GC an exclusively feminist subject, nor a woman's only subject, so i think you should feel free to talk about it here or anyother place you feel safe to do so. i'm pretty sure what you have to add is valuable to the discussion :)

and i'm orry you usually feel lonely in the gay community. but hey! this might be an opportunity to talk to people and help the see the truth. sooner or later people will peak.

UK Women's Prize for fiction now open to TiMs - I guess because their womanly experiences so match ours... by BEB in GenderCritical

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well, a TiM's life is all about fiction, so...

People who appreciate traditionalism in society, how do we know we're not the actually the bad ones? by PencilPusher55 in AskSaidIt

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if you think your ideal world is the only way of being 'normal', i'd say you are close to being a bigot. i don't see a problem with some of the traditional values as long as they are not the rule (as in the law) and people who ""deviate"" should not get punished for being/doing different. that said, if ""deviant"" becomes the new 'normal' and traditional values become the new deviant, then we'll just have a different problem and not a solution for the 'traditional' problems. i don't think people should embrace everything and everyone. but everyone deserves respect, even people we don't agree with.

I can't even by wecandobetter in GenderCritical

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haven't you heard the oldet news ever? misogyny is allowed. it has been since forever. no one really cares about women but the feminists who know material reality matters.

How do you balance being Gender Critical but not becoming outright hateful of trans people? by hmmdmm in GenderCritical

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it's not hard, really. i'm a critical person and i question pretty much everything. i don't agree with everyone here or in any other GC space, same as i didn't agree with everyone on libfem spaces. being gc has absolutely nothing to do with being hateful. the only thing i hate is patriarchy and its consequences. no one is hateful for believing in material reality.

i believe i am capable of living with diversity of opinions. i'm still a fan of artists/celebrities who are pro trans despite the fact they think jk rowling is tansphobic. because i enjoy their artistic work. and also because i've been there and done that in the past. it makes me really sad they'd hate me for being GC, but than again i'll probably never meet them in person hahaahha

anyway, i think we get too used to our bubble and become intolerant of different opinions. we need to keep in touch with reality, always. especially material reality!

What would you do if there were no men on Earth for 24 hours? by BEB in GenderCritical

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i'd walk the streets with no bra (free the nipple!) and i'd go out and stay late and go back home alone with no fear at all. i'd also go to a party and drink with no worries about being drugged and worse.

What are TERFS? An excellent response. by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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this video reminds me of magdalen berns' videos. i miss her so muuuuuch!!!!!!

How do you all deal with being asked for your pronouns in every space? by DangerJelly in GenderCritical

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if it backfires, just throw a tantrum about how offensive their behavior is and how hurt you are, then cry a little (or cry histerically, it's up to you), talk about how their words trigger your dysphoria and show how distressed you are by shaking uncontrollably. they'll end up believing you because trans bs is indeed that nonsensical OR they'll at least be confused.

J.K. Rowling's latest novel isn't 'transphobic' by jet199 in GenderCritical

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Wokus Dei

LOL

"Trans" identified people lying to straight/gay people in order to sex/sleep with them by Kai_Decadence in GenderCritical

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make the other person stay in the relationship so when the truth comes, it's harder for them to leave because of the emotional bond. Honestly, how is that not fucked up?

exactly! i find it so absurd! it is such a trait of male violence and entitlement. trans women are the ones who push stealth dating the most under the excuse of being oppressed, because they deserve love too, they feel lonely, etc. like the world owes them. and lesbians and bi women are the most affected because they are not as threatening as men.

The neuroscientist shattering the myth of the gendered brain by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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cordelia fine is my shero

Newly peaked because of Mulan. by tript in GenderCritical

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TRAs ruining everything. what's new?

Why are people offended by generalizations? by eddyelric in GenderCritical

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it makes me really angry when people get offended by generalizations. when we talk about social phenomena, generalizations are perfectly acceptable. we can't analyse everything on the individual level all the time. and i don't understand why people can't accept it.

"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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violent porn "terrifies young girls about men and the prospect of sex with them"

story of my life

Losing respect for content creators who support the trans narrative by Depressed in GenderCritical

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thank you!

Losing respect for content creators who support the trans narrative by Depressed in GenderCritical

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what's ACAB?

"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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when I was a girl, we all thought that blow jobs meant huffing and puffing air from our mouths onto a penis like when blowing out birthday candles or what the wolf did in the story of The Three Little Pigs.

HAHAHAHAHA i wish! sounds liek more fun than the actual thing. you sure enjoyed your days. well, looking at the bright side of my experiences, i won't miss these days. on the contrary, i'll probably feel relieved for not having the same sxual drive and not being harrassed. i'll become invisible as opposed to fuckable and this idea doesn't sound so bad.

Losing respect for content creators who support the trans narrative by Depressed in GenderCritical

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that was specially disappointg because he tweeted in support of rowling and then "untweeted" and said TWAW, i mean c'mon! what a jerk move!

Losing respect for content creators who support the trans narrative by Depressed in GenderCritical

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and i've gotta say your username is perfection

"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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I was making out with boys who got me off for years before I was asked to consider or touch a dick

the amount of envy i'm feeling now... i hope you don't take offense on that hahahah. that was way healthier than what we have today. i wish my experience had been like that. the second guy i kissed already wanted sex. i was in my early 20s, but i was very inexperienced. i didn't even know how to kiss properly and there i was trying to give a blowjob. i feel sorry for that young woman... i wish i could go back in time and stop her. teach her everything i know today.

Losing respect for content creators who support the trans narrative by Depressed in GenderCritical

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i wouldn't say i always lose respect for the person, but things really do change. specially because some of them seem so passionate about it. they say slurs against gc feminists and repeat TWAW with such anger... sometimes i abandon them forever. i used to enjoy thought slime very much and found his videos informative and fun even after finding out he is non-binary. but then he decided to make videos about how rowling is a ~~transphobe~ and i gave up.

there is also rationality rules. i'm an atheist myself and decided to give his channel a go after knowing about his views on TW in female sports. he made another video apologizing for his "mistakes" regarding "tone". and he said "trans women are women, period". like wtf? seriously? i left after 3 videos of him trying to defend himself from essence of thought because i couldn't believe he was still trying to appease these people.

"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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i think they take pleasure exactly from their partners pain. women are taught to have pleasure from the pleasure we give, but men aren't taught the same. and porn is all about dick hurting women in various ways. besides, if it hurts, it's because is oooh so big! the bigger the better, the bigger the more male, the bigger the more powerful or whatever. i HATE big dicks. honestly, dicks are the least fun part of sex. everything else is more exciting to me than dicks.

"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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aw, that would be the best!

"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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vanilla people can get turned on by all sorts of stuff, whether they act on it or not, but fetishists are pretty much sterile to everything but their obsession. They are boring people.

you said it all, my friend! i'll definitely use that if i ever have to confront someone who claims to be kinky

"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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where is women's pleasure in anal sex?

oh, haven't you heard the news? it's empowering. and we all know that the clitoris' stimulation comes directly from the pleasurewomen provide to their partners. /s

"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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i'm really sorry for the violence he commited against you. i despise such beings. and i hate nature for making males and females dimorphic to our disadvantage. i wish i was a parying mantis so i could be the strongest.

it makes me so angry to know i've wasted my time with pieces of shit. one guy had the guts to say i was too feminist and that the things i said were anti-feminist. and i know most women fall for him. he's good looking, charming and a fucking LIAR. and i can't save women from him. he's out there having fun and taking advantage of women who are naive to his manipulative tactics, like i was in the past.

"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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now that is my kink

Excluding transwomen from womanhood perpetrates the idea that there's a wrong way to be a woman! by RedditHatesLesbians in GenderCritical

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no. it simply perpetrates the idea that men cannot be women.

"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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they always assume the penetrated person in anal is going to be the woman. and they expect women to be penetrated in every orifice. 100% of my sexual partners asked for anal sex, including the one who took my virginity. after a having sex with me a few times, there he was "would you do anal sex?". and don't come say "oh are you seriously complaining that the guys politely ask you for anal? they are doing nothing wrong!" well, if they are asking, that's because they expect it. otherwise, they wouldn't even try. besides, i always said no and they always questioned "but why? but many women like it! but i'll be careful not to hurt you! but it can be relly good for you too! but but but!"

i really wish men were the ones to be penetrated in sex everytime because i hate being so vulnerable for the mere possibility or maybe who knows having something that resembles an orgasm.

my philosophy now is: masturbation now, masturbation tomorrow, masturbation forever.

"Vanilla shame" - yet another byproduct of liberal feminism? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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Vanilla people have sex under the blankets, in the dark, once a week, in a missionary position.

you just described heaven hahaha

the irony is: vanilla is an actual spice

Am I, a man, a lesbian? Wherein everyone says yes. by millionssomething in GenderCritical

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i can't get my head around why they wouldn't want to be banned. i'd want to leave voluntarily if i were them.

"Not My Cup of T" - New Documentary Explores the Impact of the Rise of Gender Transition | 4W by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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we're not that far from each other: i'm 31. i've had few sexual partners and none of them were good. there was one who put an effort because he really wanted to give me pleasure (the one who took my virginity), but it didn't work. it just hurt everytime we had sex. there was another one with whom i managed to feel pleasure ONCE, amidst pain, with a looot of concentration to focus on the pleasure instead of the pain. this one was careful not to hurt me, but he couldn't care less about my pleasure. he asked for blowjobs (and sometimes i'd give them without him asking) and never once offered me one in return (i was too shy to ask... i should have, maybe he would have done it). to me, sex = pain. i just can't relax with someone i barely know and i cannot trust men. all my experiences were with men who lied or ommited something from me to get what they wanted. there's no benefit for me to engage with them and on top of that, it can be a dangerous and traumatic experience. to me casual sex is: best case scenario, i'll have bad sex, worst case scenario i'll be raped and murdered.

"Not My Cup of T" - New Documentary Explores the Impact of the Rise of Gender Transition | 4W by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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i wish i could like this a million times. i have completely given up on having a normal heterosexual life because of this. i don't like sex and it's not because i'm a prude or i1m repressed. i just cn't stand the demanding attitude of men in bed. i'd rather masturbate. my orgasms are garanteed (at least one) and i don't have to deal with a man trying to break my boundries over and over. that is so annoying and off putting.

The Capture of Nature (the scientific journal) by anonymale in GenderCritical

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gorillas know sex, cats know sex, even flies know sex. they might not have a linguistic concept of sex, but they know very well which one they can mate with. i cannot understand how people can be so willingly blind to biology. just because humans classify and label things doesn't mean such things are always sujective, vague or devoided of material reality.

Reddit user who wrote /r/actuallesbians policy on dating transwomen is a man who tries to breastfeed his child by dmitrykaramasov in GenderCritical

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i think it makes a lot of sense.

Reddit user who wrote /r/actuallesbians policy on dating transwomen is a man who tries to breastfeed his child by dmitrykaramasov in GenderCritical

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the first time i read it, i thought he was saying that their were feeding the baby formula and thought "he's probably using some kinf of weird gadget to emulate breast feeding" and i didn't think it was a big deal. but after reading it a second time, it does sound like he's 'feeding' the baby directly, as if he actually could do so. disgusting!

Men vs Women when it comes to biological children by TalkToTheVoid in GenderCritical

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i don't think it's misogynistic for a man to leave a woman because she doesn't want to have biological children because in this case it's not about oppression, it's about compatibility. it's not fair for him to stay in a relationship that makes him unhappy (considering that having his own children is very important to him). at the same time it's fair for her either because compulsory maternity is terrible. they both want different things and therefore the relationship is not good for either of them.

it would be misogynistic of him if he decided to stay with this woman and insist that she has his children (compulsory maternity).

Reddit user who wrote /r/actuallesbians policy on dating transwomen is a man who tries to breastfeed his child by dmitrykaramasov in GenderCritical

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they do know biology. they just deny it for their own twisted purpose.

Reddit user who wrote /r/actuallesbians policy on dating transwomen is a man who tries to breastfeed his child by dmitrykaramasov in GenderCritical

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"you wouldn't rule out someone because they have six toes, would you?"

yeah, sure, because people have sex with feet and no genitals are involved. except for foot fetishists, people expect to there be genitals involved in sex and if they are not into that particular kind of genital, they have the right to refuse it.

Time Magazine claims female Viking warrior could have been transgender, non-binary, or gender fluid by worried19 in GenderCritical

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apparently, she could have been anything BUT a woman. wow!

Study on The Psychology of Gender Critical Feminism by GenderCriticalStudy in GenderCritical

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i love when trolls try to troll us and get nothing. keep it coming, it's quite amusing!

r/periods got brigaded today. how long till they go the way of r/pcos? by spicyramen in GenderCritical

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the comments section is beautiful

User on /r/MTF advocates for rape by deception. by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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oh yeah, i'd care. rape by deception is definitely something i would care about.

I peaked after dating a trans girl and need advice on how to leave by lunemoonjune in GenderCritical

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well, i left my old job a long time ago to study because i couldn't manage college and work. turna out i've chosen a career with no real opportunities (or maybe i'm just incompetent). so technically, i've been in a personal crisis for years now. considering the current economic situation, i'll remain in my personal crisis. tough life, i guess.

I peaked after dating a trans girl and need advice on how to leave by lunemoonjune in GenderCritical

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i'm glad i could help. don't worry about what i said regarding my own situation. it's something that bugs me 24/7, but i'm not that sensitive to what people say on the internet. i meant everything as a joke hahaha

i'd love to hear an update on the situation after it gets resolved if you feel comfortable sharing. good luck and take care!

I peaked after dating a trans girl and need advice on how to leave by lunemoonjune in GenderCritical

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she doesn’t have a job. She’s not in school. She lives off her parents entirely and she’s almost 30

i feel personally attacked by this. delete it now.

just kidding, hahah. well, i'm jobless and live off my parents too and no matter what i do, it seems i can't change my situation. my life sucks and i'm over 30. yes, i know. fucking loser, right? that's why that line grabbed my attention in a special way.

jokes (and regret for my past decisions apart), i'm sorry that you have been through this. this person sounds quite unpleasant to be around. the lack of hygene and will to make any changes, the previous eating disorder, the self loathing... all of this makes me think this person has depression, which is not uncommon, specially considering their trans identity. it's very, very difficult to deal with depressed people and you've made it clear that you care about this person although you can't keep the romantic/sexual relationship for obvious reasons.

my opinion is: you can't save people from themselves and you can't put your well being last because you care about someone. irrespective of the situation (trans or not, depressed or not), break ups are always difficult and they hurt. it's inevitable. even when both people can't stand each other, the break up will be hard and people will suffer. then they'll feel relieved. that's the cruel truth. so all you can do is accept this reality and face the challenge. you'll be called a transphobe if you tell the truth, and probably if you lie too. you'll be called selfish and worse. but you know you are none of those things. and if you decide to lie to avoid negative consequences, i won't judge.

i'm really sorry that i can't hug you and give you an easy solution. i wish i could do that, i wish i could give you all the support you need... but i cant. you have to be strong with this. you can't be responsible for other people's happiness if it makes you miserable. you have to break up with this person and go on with your life hoping they'll go on with theirs. maybe some day you'll meet again and be friends, maybe they'll get help with their mental health and they'll get better. but for now, you must prioritize yourself.

What is in it for women? by fuckupaddams in GenderCritical

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virtue signaling

TiM calls doctor “Transphobic” for warning them about the TRUTH of GRS/SRS & wants to report / dox them! by girliiish in GenderCritical

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this is exactly how delusion works. no matter what you say, the delusional person's beliefs stay the same. doctors are blamed for malpractice no matter what they do or say. "the results might be a disaster" or "the results will be wonderful" are both 'malpractice' for TRAs.

TRA gets what he deserves for being a pervert by marielaney in GenderCritical

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it looks like that person was just minding their business and a bunch of people decided to beat them. i don't get it. what is the context?

[Currently "FtM"] You guys are right by please_help in GenderCritical

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i'll try to help you giving some advice i think might be good for you, but remember no one here is an expert. we're all just trying to help.

  1. the most important thing right now is to seek professional help with a therapist who is not affirm-only.

  2. stay away from the trans bubble for a while and see how you feel. we are very influenced by our environment and sometimes we loose ourselves to the group we belong. get out of your internet bubble and talk to other people (talking to us here is a great thing you've done already!), preferably about other things. obsessing about gender is bad - obsessing about anything is bad.

  3. look for stuff by detrans women (there is a bunch of youtube channels by detrans people - i recommend GNC Centric). they understand your experience and they can also give you valuable informations about transition, stuff that no doctors told them when they decided to have surgeries and take hormones.

  4. search for materials about internalized misogyny and internalized lesbophobia. i think these things are related to what you're feeling. once you understand what is behind your feelings, where they come from and why they happen, it's easier to overcome them.

  5. consider yoga as a hobby. yoga help you with body awareness and is a good physical activity. by moving you're body in a mindful way and learning about the amazing things it is capable of, you'll learn to appreciate it more and more.

  6. consider meditation as a frequent pracitce. it helps you control your own mind and keep instrusive thoughts away. it is difficult in the beginning, but be patient. learning how to meditate is an act of self love because you need patience and perseverance. it is very rewarding and feels really good when you achieve the meditative state. you can find guided meditations online. i encourage you to start with 5-10 min pratice and increase the time little by little. also, do some research on the benefits of meditation. for example, it can literally change you brain, as in growing more cells. it's amazing!

  7. i know it sounds painful as hell, but you need to face the fact that you are female (and it's even better if you learn to appreciate it to some extent). getting over a psychological thing is very difficult and professional help is essential, as i have already stated. however one little thing you can do (that is actually huge) is looking at yourself in the mirror and observing your features. this one isn't mandatory, but i do think it can be beneficial. you shouldn't feed the thought that you are male because that is not the reality. you can't solve a problem if you don't face it.

i hope my suggestions help you somehow. i tried to write them in order of importance so you know you're priorities. good luck!

TiF is really pleased to get mistaken for a man by doctors. When TiF is nearly killed because doctors think she's a man it's all their fault. by jet199 in GenderCritical

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just another one of those "damned if you do, damned if you don't" situations. these people LOVE being triggered.

TiF is really pleased to get mistaken for a man by doctors. When TiF is nearly killed because doctors think she's a man it's all their fault. by jet199 in GenderCritical

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This article replacing sex with gender throughout was annoying

YESSSSS! my eyes hurt everytime they were like "this and that depend on age, weight and gender" like WTF, just use the right term ffs!

TiF is really pleased to get mistaken for a man by doctors. When TiF is nearly killed because doctors think she's a man it's all their fault. by jet199 in GenderCritical

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they mess up a system that is already far from perfect and then problems like this arise. how can a trans person not think "oh, maybe i should inform my doctor that i am trans, i have modified my body, i take hormones, etc because if these things change my appearance to the point where i can pass, than they probably have consequences on my internal organs". if you pass, you can't expect your doctor to simply guess you're trans. so much for validation.

maybe i think that because i'm a biologist, so it's pretty obvious to me. i just think it's unfair to complain about the doctors and medical staff for not knowing an information that trans people themselves could have given!

i do agree that more options for filling the forms and stuff should exist. "transgender - FTM" for example can solve problems like this and in addition enhance the knowledge about trans people's health. although you can't change sex, many things change in your body when you remove important organs and take hormones for decades of your life. i doubt their biology is the exact same as that of a non-trans person. the amount of important information about their particular health profile as a group would be immensely valuable to them.

"Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion: WAP" confusion - please help your fellow radfem to understand! by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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There's nothing wrong with getting your needs met and getting your pussy wet.

correct. that's not what i refer to when i say it's degrading. it's the choking, slapping, spitting, etc that are so common in porn.

How long til there's a TIM featured on menstrual products or period underwear? by emissch in GenderCritical

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i don't doubt it, but i think it's unlikely. although that would mean selling more products. i know of tims who use tampons just to 'feel it inside', which is pretty weird to say the least.

"Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion: WAP" confusion - please help your fellow radfem to understand! by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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as long os it is degrading to women, transphobia is forgiven by libfem.

Transwomen in women's sports parodied by South Park by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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not parodied: portrayed

"Wet Ass Pussy" Cardi B song being called empowering by X_Act in GenderCritical

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you know what would be truly empowering? being famous in the music industry without the need to self objectify.

Black mirror's "striking vipers" episode perpetuates a theory that may be very real. by Mencantbewomen in GenderCritical

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i've that episode and it's one of the worst they ever wrote. i didn't analyze it from a feminist point of view. i think you're overthinking it. the guy does love his wife as it's shown in their past as a couple, but living in a fake world has messed with his sexuality. he's close to his friend, time has made his marriage kinda boring... the game is like porn, but a next level porn, where he gets to experience sexual pleasure beyond masturbation. another thing i didn't like in the episode was the ending where the wife takes off her wedding ring to go have fun. it gives the idea that she hides from her potential partners that she is married. she shouldn't do that. people have the right to know who they get involved with. yes, she's just looking for a one night stand, but feeling can develop from one night stands. well, that's just a detail. it's just an episode of a show and most people didn't even like it. i do think it's an interesting parallel to porn and how living in a fake reality can be damaging to one's sexual experiences and relationships in real life.

Black mirror's "striking vipers" episode perpetuates a theory that may be very real. by Mencantbewomen in GenderCritical

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that is so true! you said it all!

We are all BEAUTIFUL! Such a feminist idea! (I hate it!) by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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the one time i tried criticizing how (un)feminist saying "you're beautiful" all the time to my female friends, those very friends told me that i was wrogn because women who aren't considered beautiful by the standards deserve to feel beautiful and the want to hear they are beautiful. they were proving my point, but whatever...

The reasoning behind TIFs and TIMs is clear... But wtf is the validation behind NB?? by Jekawi in GenderCritical

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they want to be snowflakes, that's all. "i don't like some of my physical traits" becomes "i have dysphoria", "i'm a weirdo" becomes "i'm oppressed", etc. in the early 2000s we had the emo kids, today we have the NB kids.

Time to pay up for those trans reparations you knew were coming by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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my favorite response:

"I ain't a charity, the 5 bucks in my pocket is staying, sorry."

"People who bleed talk about periods", so fucking tired by Criticalofgender in GenderCritical

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ONE

O N E

trans man

O-N-E

and the title has to be "people who menstruate"

I know its been discussed before, but I need clarification again - why is Transgender so much different than someone saying they are Transracial? I understood before - gender is not biological, etc. but now with the blurring of biology within this ideology I am confused with this argument. by lunarenergy8 in GenderCritical

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it makes no sense that TRAs invalidate the transracial argument because gender isn't biological. what happened to the female brain in a male body? isn't that about biology?

the thing TRAs love the most in the world is colonizing language. AMAB and AFAB are terms used by the intersex community to define the violence intersex babies suffer when doctors assign them male or female based not on their biological sex (which, although ambiguous, is binary), but on their own standards (a boy with a small penis is assigned female at birth, which means his penis is removed and he'll be raised as a girl).

another argument i've seen is "well, it's not the same thing. you don't see transracial people as much as you see trans poeple. trans gender/trans sexual people have existed since ever, it's a thing. transracial isn't". i think thereare two reasons for that:

  • no one really cares about women. the black movement has men and women in it, but feminism is about women. gay spaces aren't as colonized by "gay trans men" as lesbian spaces are by "lesbian trans women". it's very clear to me that if a social movement has no men in it, no one takes it seriously.
  • femininity is performative aand it is in and of itself a fetish. it is a male fantasy. of course there are some elements that some women enjoy, but that doesn't mean such elements are inherently feminine. both men and women have feminine and masculine traits. society sees men as the standard human being and women as this forced fetishized thing that needs high maintenance. now if you look at race, blackness isn't performative or a fetish. it might be in some contexts (like porn or when there is cultural appropriation), but it isn't in itself a fetish. it's not something people need to work hard to achieve. black people are born black and that's it. they don'tneed to "act black" to be accepted as black. and if someone who's not black tries to emulate black people, it's blackface, it's disrespectful (and it is recognized as such by TRAs). now if a man tried to emulate women through stereotypes, it's not considered offensive to women. it's funny and entertaining (drag), brave and beautiful (trans) - again, i'm talking about TRAs. anyone who doesn't follow gender norms is subject to discrimination by society in general.

i might be wrong, but that is my perception of things.

I love how warm & civilized s/Gendercritical is - so this is what a women’s space feels like by dandeliondynasty in GenderCritical

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i'm glad you enjoy this space. it would make no sense to criticize TRAs and treat those who disagree with us the same way TRAs treat those who disagree with them, right? it's important to talk about things without being rude or violent, otherwise people won't listen.

Gender Critical YouTube — KingCritical: My Thoughts on the Open Debate Letter (Chomsky, Rowling, ...) by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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dude, i "know" you from youtube! you use the same user name hahah hello! i've seen you on a GNC centric livestream, then on king critical's comment session and then i left a comment on your youtube channel about goth. good to see you here! i've become a subscriber to king critical and i quite enjoyhis content. i'm really curious about his trajectory to become gender critical. i'm waiting for a video where he tells his story hahah

Are there such things as "femininity" and "masculinity" or are they just imaginary things humans made up? by Nohope in GenderCritical

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i think they're made up. aside from gender stereotypes, they also represent archetypes. everybody has feminine and masculine traits and i don't understand why humans have this need to categorize masculinity and femininity as male and female traits.

How can I get a gf? by TamerlaneClubberLang in GenderCritical

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there is no recipe. you basically need luck.

although there are beauty and bahavvior standards, people are different and have individual preferences. so you need to be lucky enough to find someone who is compatible with you.

some advice: don't be desperate for sex. 100% of the women i know (me included) cannot stand guys who are desperate for sex. take the time to get to know each other and let things happen without pressure. and if you watch porn, i advise you to quit. it sets unrealistic and unhealthy expectations, it's violent to women and it may give you erectile disfunction (if you don't believe me, do some research on google, you'll find plenty of information on the subject).

"The Matrix Was Intended to Be a Trans Story, Says Lilly Wachowski" by Jekawi in GenderCritical

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that explains the male protagonist

Rape by deception is totally cool if you're trans by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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yes! i remember the video about yaniv where blaque said "trans women can be bad people too" and "i don't have to address every controversy involving trans women" and also "people misgendered yaniv, even in the news"

funny how they are quick to cancel anyonw who disagrees with their delusions but avoid addressing issues that show how dangerous their ideology is to real women.

Rape by deception is totally cool if you're trans by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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i've seen many videos by kat blaque. i like the content about polyamory because i've learned a lot about the toxicity of this community. blaque is polyamorous and defends this lifestyle, but talks about its problems too, which i find very important and informative. i avoid the videos about trans issues because i don't have the stomach to endure the same old arguments and the trashing of real women TiMs love doing.

My male ex boyfriend has sent me a paragraphs-long explanation about why he is now trans and identifies as a nonbinary woman. by fuckupaddams in GenderCritical

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how can a person be NB and a woman at the same time? i swear to god, i'll never understand this enby shit.

Rape by deception is totally cool if you're trans by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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something similiar has happened to me. i told the guy i had had a bad experience with a polyamorous man in my past and that i didn't want to engage in something like that ever again. i told him i was monogamous and would like to engage only with monogamous men, even if it wasn't anything serious. he seemed to understand and we had a fling for a while. i already knew it wouldn't evolve into something serious, but than he flirted with another woman while we were still together. and he did it in front of me, as if i didn't exist. i got really upset. couldn't he wait until we were no longer together?? anyway, he said i was being unfair and he had done nothing wrong because we weren't serious and than he said "my last relationship was polyamorous. i made out with other women in front of my girlfriend and she didn't mind. she made out with other men in front of me and i didn't mind." than proceeded to tell me i was overreacting, i was too jealous, i was too feminist - to the point where i was anti-feminist (!!!).

i hope this motherfucker is dead and buried. he deceived me and never ever admitted he was dishonest. i feel disgusted when i think that i let this pos get inside me.

Rape by deception is totally cool if you're trans by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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or maybe they are having sex out of politeness and/or because they don't want to be accused of transphobia. this seems specially believable if OP is 'transbian' (it's not clear from the original post). it's common for women to do that. we get scared of possible violence due to rejection, we don't know how to get out of the situation, we feel sorry for the other person, etc. so we end up having sex even though we don't want to.

Rape by deception is totally cool if you're trans by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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OP says that it's ok if the TIM is post-op. i still think they are putting themselves in danger. the other person might notive there is something 'different' and things can get bad really fast. i think it's for validation, yes. if they can get away with it, it means they are perceived as women. i wonder people have sex with OP out of politeness... because they have basically 2 options in case they notice they are with a TIM and don't really want to go on: pretend they didn't notice anything and keep going or saying "i'm not into trans people" and being accused of transphobia (3rd option would be a hate crime, which i don't agree with). if OP is a 'transbian', i think the first option is what ends up happening most of the times (if not all).

The Thread is a must read! Marie Lagouste shreds the "author", who is bashing JK Rowling, into pieces and puts everyone in HIS place! by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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what a legend! i feel inspired :D

Rape by deception is totally cool if you're trans by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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More than anything else, I want to be treated the same as cis women.

hmmmkay... 'cause being treated as a cis woman in hook up culture is really great, right? i wonder if it's at least better than being treated as a TIM - which i don't doubt. OP makes it seem like it only applies to post-op TIMs, and considering the fear of being a victim of hate crime, i think i can understand why they would want to be stealthy. but i still think it's best to be honest because people have the right to choose if they actually want to be with you. i've had a sexual partner who ommited important information from me (nothing related to trans though) because he knew i wouldn't have agreed to have sex with him if i knew the truth. he was stealthy and it made me feel violated when i found out the truth. it was horrible. i think that they can talk to the person and check their attitude towards trans people before deciding to have sex with them. what if the person notices that they're trans during sex? a hate crime could happen anyway and it would be even worse because the other person would feel entitled to react for being deceived. as a woman who has been rejected for not waxing/shaving, i've had friends telling me to conceal this information and just let things happen. but i don't want to risk being naked and vulnerable to see if the guy has a problem with my body hair. it makes no sense and sounds like a humiliating experience.

Shat Attack! Is Shatner Peaking? Are we going to see a peak wave with the celebs coming forward, or a peak Tsunami? by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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i'll just sit here and wait patiently. they're doing the work for us. let's wait with our arms open for the peakers (is that even a word?).

"I don't trust cis people" by RedditHatesLesbians in GenderCritical

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i wouldn't trust cis people either. i mean, they don't really exist. and as a good atheist, i don't trust imaginary beings.

CNN calls women "individuals with a cervix" but prostate-havers are still "men" by Terfenclaw in GenderCritical

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so you're telling me that 'men' is the standard human and 'individuals with a cervix' are the other kinds of humans? hmm, sounds oddly familiar...

Rap song about how a man cannot become a woman. by FrancisAaronUK in GenderCritical

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i like it! the part about age hahahah! and the chorus is quite catchy. to be honest, i'd like to be a bat because i think they are fascinating animals, but oh! i'm trapped in this human wingless body!

What are some game tropes you just can't stand? by moody_ape in Gaming

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it's a personal currency hahah reminds me of "epic NPC man" from the "viva la dirt league" youtube channel. if you've never heard of it, check it out. it's really funny!

I came out as *le Tervenclaw* to a very close person... by AdmiralPangolin in GenderCritical

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well, hopefully this will add to her peak, because at some point she will have to peak. we all peaked, didn't we? i'm hopeful this can be a start for her peakening.

i've lost friends too, for various reasons, and i survived. it is sad, but sometimes it is necessary. and sometimes friends come back. i've had some friends reach out to me after thinking about stuff and even when i was in the wrong, they insisted and we worked things out. maybe you'll have to be that insistent friend, maybe you'll be the one who waits to be contacted, maybe you two will never talk again. just remember that you can always make new friends! i like making friends online, so feel free to PM me if you want. i'll be glad to talk to you :)

I came out as *le Tervenclaw* to a very close person... by AdmiralPangolin in GenderCritical

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that's sad. i'm sorry you've lost a friend to trans activism. argh, it shouldn't be like that! people should be able to disagree without all this hostility. she could at least try to understand you position.

Wow – a trans person with common sense that is brave enough to be critical of TRAs and their lapses in logic by veruscka8 in GenderCritical

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this channel has some very interesting videos. i find it funny that the videos that criticize the left receive way more likes than dislikes and many comments supporting the channel. but the videos that criticize the right receive similar number of likes and dislikes and most comments "call out" the channel about bad quality content.

So much to unpack here. “Woman’s body”, “femme clothes”, hips... by letal_22 in GenderCritical

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i wish i could give you a high five hahahahah

Well, well, well... by fijupanda in GenderCritical

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wow, that is a sad story in the link you shared... yes, the AAP experience indeed seems to be very different from the AGP experience. I wonder if it's because performing femininity is itself a fetishized thing from the male perspective, irrespective of their sexual orientation. what i mean is: a straight male who is into very feminine women is considered normal, but i think it could be a fetish because it's different from a straight male who likes different kinds of women, some more feminine than others.

Well, well, well... by fijupanda in GenderCritical

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gay trans guy who only dates other gay trans guys is just lesbian with extra steps and extra words i wondered if TIFs could have AAP too, since it seems like a TIM thing. interesting...