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Incarnadine
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Posted on Thu, May 25, 2006 06:29

So... I'm going to come out and ask this, it might be inflammatory, hopefully not. What do lesbians in general think of male-to-female transsexuals? Not weekend crossdressers, not perv transvestites, but honest, committed transsexuals? My personal experience is tolerance at best and scorn/hate by some. This CAN'T be representative. Please... I need to hear reasoned thoughts, honest opinions. Thanks so much for any input!


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indigo00
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Posted on Sun, Oct 04, 2009 16:08

Honestly I support it 100%! I was born female, but that doesn't mean I feel comfortable with it... so I'm gender queer. I think there is no need for labels. You are who you are, and no one can change that. It doesn't matter what others think If you feel confident, others will too!


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Posted on Sat, Jul 07, 2007 22:50

With the few transsexuals I have known, the transition was incomplete... therefore... they were still male. That doesn't attract me at all! And, I'm not into store-bought boobies... I like 'em homegrown! =)


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wild1122
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Posted on Sun, Jun 18, 2006 22:43

i think people should let people live there life.being gay i know how people can be hatefull.i think everone needs to be there own person.who ever that may be.


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Posted on Sat, Jun 10, 2006 23:27

I have three dear friends who are transsexuals. I believe I understand the difficulty you face - especially when it comes to sharing with those you believe to be your friends. As the transition takes place, those who are around you every day adjust more easily but those who haven't seen you for awhile may react in a negative way - even if they try not to. All three of my friends were already in transition when I met them so I'm not sure how I would react, hopefully in a positive and accepting way. Two of my friends I met through my church where they have been fully accepted. I my own coming out process, I found I could simply let go of those "friends" who said they were fine with it but I never heard from them again. I wish you the best and hope you can hang on to the "real you" to see you through. Take care, Raggedy Gran


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