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    would your life be better if you were the opposite gender? for any reason: social / economic / whatever.

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    I hate horny men who can't understand no, so no.

    On the otherhand, I might have also had more emotional support and what not that would make it so I don't exactly need to be "strong".

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    I’d love having tits tbh. It might make up for having periods.

    Otherwise, I don’t think I’d care.

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    No, definitely not. I don’t think that anything I do would be improved if I were female. And that speaks volumes about the role of women in society.

    I spend a lot of time trying to understand the subjective mind-state of people from their behaviors, and even subjectively, I prefer being male. The two female LIE’s whom I know both seem confused, or diverted from their true potential, but that might be the result of having a very male personality in a female body. Again, society’s influence.

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    I'm sure I'd make a great man but I wouldn't want to be one, no. Yes, my life would have been easier, no doubt.

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    there are rare psyche disorders of sex identity. those people should get psyche help to accept own strange mind and nothing else. that would be best for them
    for others - to change of the look closer to other sex would be more harm of own life

    there are many harmful ideas which are forced to peoples minds. homosexuality and near is among them. it's all to make normal people weaker, to supress becoming stronger, to have more power above them and redude their quantity/supress its rising
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    My life would be better if I was genderless.

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    I don't know, really. As a man, I suppose, I can live more free/ lone wolf life than as a female. Not really giving a damn.
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    My software will never run right inside of anything. Don't see a point.

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    Not being treated like my genital means about 90% of what I am would be great. I'd take less boobs anyday though, those stupid lumps of nonsense are annoying and attract too much attention, male and female, adding the price of dressing them, yuk. Maybe if I train more... I'd like to have a 6-pack actually, but people tend to flip about that because it's not fashionable with my genital somehow.
    What I want is less bullshit expectations about biological sex.

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    Better pay and so on, they say. I don't seek out leadership positions and shit anyway. But maybe cuz that's cuz I have a girl brain *flips hair*

    The social expectations sound more annoying but maybe that's just cuz they're not what I'm used to, I mean homemaker and private porn star, blah blah, not having feelings, hmm don't want.

    Like Im used to boobs so they aren't annoying, but having balls sounds like hell on earth but I'm sure if you've always had them it's like having feet.

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    My interests tend towards the masculine and having a vagina would be awful but otherwise can see advantages in being female. So would my life be all around better? Probably not. Would it be better in certain aspects? Probably

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chryssie View Post
    On the otherhand, I might have also had more emotional support and what not that would make it so I don't exactly need to be "strong".
    LOL. Maybe that is the reason people have called me strong. I'm actually very defeated if they require me being weak because I can't invest energy in it. Yeah, ExTj= wannabe weakling.
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    Maybe my shyness and sensitivity would be seen as more acceptable.

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    id be the hottest man alive so yes
    “You are a little soul carrying around a corpse.”
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    Honestly I don’t really see the advantages. From my perspective it seems that women are constantly put under a great deal of pressure to look “attractive” at all times, so I’d be required to take meticulous care of my physical appearance, which sounds like a a lot of work and also feels kind of soul-crushing in a way. With this I don’t mean that I disapprove of people who enjoy taking care of their appearance, it’s just that to be required to do so feels kind of wrong. Why should I care whether or not any random douchebag on the street thinks I’m beautiful?

    One of the advantages of being a guy is that you can put on whatever and almost nobody will give a shit. You just get to be kind of... invisible, I guess.

    Also, maybe I’ve been spending too much time on the internet but it feels like there’s still an outstanding number of misogynists in the world. No, thanks.

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    does it mean i'd have to go for dudes? i'd never want a dick in my mouth bro sorry, so the answer is helllllllll naw

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    Quote Originally Posted by peteronfireee View Post
    does it mean i'd have to go for dudes? i'd never want a dick in my mouth bro sorry, so the answer is helllllllll naw
    Oh, I always assumed you were gay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armalite View Post
    Oh, I always assumed you were gay
    Well yeah, it’s actually a LONG story, but pretty much your dad's pussy smelled like stinky fish from the sewers of Sweden.

    That shit was SO traumatizing. STDs and all:

    — White cheesey goo all over the place.
    — His retarded ass didn’t clean his ass well either so there was a lot of poop nuggets everywhere

    While cuddling he’d whisper in my ear (in his gay lisp) about your micro-penis, how erect it’d get while you browsed through my posts in the dark wearing your hoodie and your mother’s used, dirty thong she used during her prostitution days and daily gang-bang whoring sessions, with a box of tissues on the side.

    Too much man. Had to turn straight -plus, it’s more fun!!
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    The other day my boyfriend told me that he thinks I would be extremely handsome if I were a guy. I don't really think so though. If I were a guy, everybody would probably think I'm a ******, idk.

    I think my life as a stereotypically masculine personality in female form is fun and interesting. I'd probably be an incredibly boring individual if I were a guy. Also I would be much more paranoid of getting arrested just for existing.

    I'd probably have no incentive to take care of my appearance and health (thanks to having to attract visual-oriented mens and pop out babies), and just die of diabeetus at an early age. Also I wouldn't care about being a good person and social as much probably, and would never develop as a human being.

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    I'm... pretty sure I'd have ended up as a high class hooker if I was born a girl. I'm around a 7 in the looks department as a dude so, if we assume that transfers, I'm a decent looking whore with a workable "rack and back" if ya catch my meaning. A whore who, and here's where the little things start counting, knows she's a whore and all that entails.

    In this current environment? Hell yeah, I'm a very rare commodity! I got no cause to fight for, no "civil right" I'm all that interested in pushing, I'm just a girl with slightly above average looks who knows what it means to be a giver of pleasure with at this point years of experience.

    Pushing this to it's logical conclusion, I could sell seminars on the down low at this point on the subject and save more than a few marriages in doing so. Take it from a man, a girl who looks half decent all things being equal and knows what she's doing in the sack? That buys you quite a lot of "wiggle room" as a woman y'know. As in, you could be a 6 on the HB scale and still nab you a millionaire surrounded by 10's because you are both "not a cunt" (sadly, most 8HB+ women are nowadays thanks to feminist/male hating bullshit) and can fuck him in ways porno failed to prepare him for.

    Quote Originally Posted by sbbds View Post
    The other day my boyfriend told me that he thinks I would be extremely handsome if I were a guy..
    He, like me I'd wager, assumes the rank transfers on a 1 to 1 ratio. Thus, it means he sees you as an 8+. Take the compliment and stop reading too far into it.

    The ****** thing, I'd also wager, assumes your looks wouldn't change much between female and male forms. A "girly man" and a "manly girl" are kinda stereotypically "gay" for a reason. I've said it before, we may not like stereotypes, but they do exist for a good reason...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbbds View Post
    The other day my boyfriend told me that he thinks I would be extremely handsome if I were a guy. I don't really think so though. If I were a guy, everybody would probably think I'm a ******, idk.

    I think my life as a stereotypically masculine personality in female form is fun and interesting. I'd probably be an incredibly boring individual if I were a guy. Also I would be much more paranoid of getting arrested just for existing.

    I'd probably have no incentive to take care of my appearance and health (thanks to having to attract visual-oriented mens and pop out babies), and just die of diabeetus at an early age. Also I wouldn't care about being a good person and social as much probably, and would never develop as a human being.
    Why do you think you’d care less about being a good person or not develop? Expectations for women that don’t exist for men?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreelancePoliceman View Post
    Why do you think you’d care less about being a good person or not develop? Expectations for women that don’t exist for men?
    Yeah, being prosocial. Which gender is the prototypical school shooter one? Do any female role models for it exist yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by End View Post
    I'm... pretty sure I'd have ended up as a high class hooker if I was born a girl. I'm around a 7 in the looks department as a dude so, if we assume that transfers, I'm a decent looking whore with a workable "rack and back" if ya catch my meaning. A whore who, and here's where the little things start counting, knows she's a whore and all that entails.

    In this current environment? Hell yeah, I'm a very rare commodity! I got no cause to fight for, no "civil right" I'm all that interested in pushing, I'm just a girl with slightly above average looks who knows what it means to be a giver of pleasure with at this point years of experience.

    Pushing this to it's logical conclusion, I could sell seminars on the down low at this point on the subject and save more than a few marriages in doing so. Take it from a man, a girl who looks half decent all things being equal and knows what she's doing in the sack? That buys you quite a lot of "wiggle room" as a woman y'know. As in, you could be a 6 on the HB scale and still nab you a millionaire surrounded by 10's because you are both "not a cunt" (sadly, most 8HB+ women are nowadays thanks to feminist/male hating bullshit) and can fuck him in ways porno failed to prepare him for.



    He, like me I'd wager, assumes the rank transfers on a 1 to 1 ratio. Thus, it means he sees you as an 8+. Take the compliment and stop reading too far into it.

    The ****** thing, I'd also wager, assumes your looks wouldn't change much between female and male forms. A "girly man" and a "manly girl" are kinda stereotypically "gay" for a reason. I've said it before, we may not like stereotypes, but they do exist for a good reason...
    Loled at your post omfg.

    Actually, my bf has also told me he thinks I'm manly, although not in a negative way, so he thinks I'd be aesthetic in a masculine way too. I am also taller than him.

    And the ****** thing comes from an SLE male friend of mine telling me that everyone thought he was gay in highschool, actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbbds View Post
    Yeah, being prosocial. Which gender is the prototypical school shooter one? Do any female role models for it exist yet?
    Do you suppose it’s due entirely to ‘models’ that women don’t shoot up schools? I wonder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreelancePoliceman View Post
    Do you suppose it’s due entirely to ‘models’ that women don’t shoot up schools? I wonder.
    Of course not just that, but male role models being violent and lone wolf-like in general. Some of that is inborn ballsack toxins testosterone too.

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    All this being said, if I were living in an Islamic state, or a country or situation where I could not control my ability to avoid pregnancy, then I'd rather be a man I think.

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    Betrayers of humanity.
    "The society that separates it's scholars from it's warriors will have it's thinking done by cowards and it's fighting by fools." ―Thucydides



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    Quote Originally Posted by Remiel View Post
    Betrayers of humanity.
    And you can trust me on that, im an authroity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbbds View Post
    Of course not just that, but male role models being violent and lone wolf-like in general.
    How impressionable would you say you were/are to role models?

    I don’t think, as a kid, I had any. Or perhaps if I did they were a small handful of female teachers and librarians — but I’m not sure how much influence they had on my personality. I grew up fairly isolated, and that’s caused certain problems for me, so I’m interested in others’ perspectives on these kinds of things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreelancePoliceman View Post
    How impressionable would you say you were/are to role models?

    I don’t think, as a kid, I had any. Or perhaps if I did they were a small handful of female teachers and librarians — but I’m not sure how much influence they had on my personality. I grew up fairly isolated, and that’s caused certain problems for me, so I’m interested in others’ perspectives on these kinds of things.
    You are an astute dude with long hair and glasses who wears crocs so I wouldn't be surprised if there was some influence there lol.

    I had like one role model as a kid aside from anime characters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbbds View Post
    Loled at your post omfg.

    Actually, my bf has also told me he thinks I'm manly, although not in a negative way, so he thinks I'd be aesthetic in a masculine way too. I am also taller than him.

    And the ****** thing comes from an SLE male friend of mine telling me that everyone thought he was gay in highschool, actually.
    I do aim to please. Tomboys are a well established fetish by this point. As are girls who are bit more "toned" than what most would consider normal for women. A recent anime has one such girl as a primary member of the cast. She's quite girly/feminine, but also a bit more muscular than normal. Just a little experiment, name what I'm thinking of and I'll be pleasantly surprised.

    Quote Originally Posted by FreelancePoliceman View Post
    Do you suppose it’s due entirely to ‘models’ that women don’t shoot up schools? I wonder.
    There's a whole lot I can get into there. However, let's just say that a girl of any kind going on a killing spree with an assault rifle wouldn't exactly fit the narratives the PTB are trying to push right now. Also, MK-ULTRA, look that one up. Whenever you hear of a mass shooting after knowing about that, yeah, not surprised or even shocked anymore.

    Quote Originally Posted by FreelancePoliceman View Post
    How impressionable would you say you were/are to role models?

    I don’t think, as a kid, I had any. Or perhaps if I did they were a small handful of female teachers and librarians — but I’m not sure how much influence they had on my personality. I grew up fairly isolated, and that’s caused certain problems for me, so I’m interested in others’ perspectives on these kinds of things.
    Depends on how badly you want/need a "role model". I never wanted or needed one very much, but that's because I apparently qualify as a religious fanatic insofar as I have always regarded the ultimate role model to be Jesus Christ and worked from that starting point for as long as I can remember. Dude did say and believe some very radical things, but he also had absolute confidence in his own words "being correct" to the point that he didn't use violence to push his views upon others.

    I mean, if you really are "the truth" incarnate, that ought to show in ways anyone not opposed to you root and branch will be able see and grasp. Given how that religion has spread primarily through persuasion and words rather than swords, cash rewards, and other such worldly considerations, well, that's just another point in its favor IMO. Plus, I mean, the witch test works pretty damn consistently. Who needs a pile of wood or something when merely asking someone to say a string of words they need not even mean works just as well .

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    Nah being female sucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbbds View Post
    You are an astute dude with long hair and glasses who wears crocs so I wouldn't be surprised if there was some influence there lol.

    I had like one role model as a kid aside from anime characters.
    Lol. I’ll choose not to interpret that as a backhanded compliment. (And anyway, is it really a stereotype of women to have a bad sense for fashion?!) ツ

    I was curious re. role models since you mentioned that you thought you turned out how you did because of societal expectations and all that. Would you say they were more general, undirected influences coming from society in general rather than specific people, then?
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    I have never had role models.

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    With other things remaining the same, physical size, personality, ethnicity no, my life would be much worse as a man. I don't really have any penis envy even though I have joked about it. I am content with my gender and I believe I have advantages in life that many men don't. Like those mentioned by @squark

    Plus I don't want three vulnerable little dangly things hanging off my body. I would feel like I had to protect them constantly especially the parts barely holding on by skin (mostly).


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    My life would be better if I was genderless.

    In the future, maybe but not now. People are not as accepting on the inside as they want to appear are on the outside, if you know what I mean (jeez please do not read that in an @End's tone lol).

    “My typology is . . . not in any sense to stick labels on people at first sight. It is not a physiognomy and not an anthropological system, but a critical psychology dealing with the organization and delimitation of psychic processes that can be shown to be typical.”​ —C.G. Jung

     



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    male genitals are itchy. that's a bad thing about them, everything else is great.

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    I tend consider myself as bit non genderless (as I have little need to identify as either) in male body because I have little need to advertise it. Keeps intruders away or something maybe better than having female body.

    I bet most males do not feel their genitals just consider the trunk as fast waste disposal unit and balls can be cut off if you really fear kick in the nuts.
    Measuring you right now

    Winning is for losers

     

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    I once got curious and read a reddit from a guy who willingly castrated himself at 25 (and then regretted it).

    anyway, some ppl can fuck even after castration, but their sex drive is greatly diminished. others can't (and erectile tissue eventually changes into... regular tissue).

    just thought i'd post that here.

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    @End I'm not sure as I haven't watched much or any anime recently. The only one I can think of is Mikasa. Like my post if I'm right?

    Quote Originally Posted by FreelancePoliceman View Post
    Lol. I’ll choose not to interpret that as a backhanded compliment. (And anyway, is it really a stereotype of women to have a bad sense for fashion?!) ツ

    I was curious re. role models since you mentioned that you thought you turned out how you did because of societal expectations and all that. Would you say they were more general, undirected influences coming from society in general rather than specific people, then?
    I wouldn't say I turned out the way I did because of societal expectations point blank directly like that, more like everyone is influenced by them to an extent. There's also how much things resonate with you as an individual. For example when I was a kid, I would tie my barbies up naked with toilet paper and make gallows with my legos and rubber bands and torture them lol. My dad is an ILI and abhorred girly things, so it seemed like I absorbed and bended to his values to some extent, but on the other hand it must have resonated with me too. I was not similarly "influenced" by other primary caretakers of mine in such a way- in quotations again because it only worked as far as it resonated with me, for my case.

    If society really did influence me that much, then I'd be like Meghan Trainor (horrible) or Ariana Grande or another MK Ultra robot like that.

    So I would say it's both society and individuals, but within the limits of what resonates with you.

    Thank you for the question. Made me think.
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