This isn’t gay

The study does not provide an indication of what kind of ghost people like me (assigned male at birth but now transitioning, attracted to feminine people and therefore a slightly harder-to-label kind of gay)

Someone male enough to father children isn’t just assigned male at birth. They are, physically, male. And then still being attracted to female types doesn’t really become gay, does it?

21 thoughts on “This isn’t gay”

  1. Dennis, He Who Has Sensitivity Out The Blow Hole

    …assigned male at birth but now transitioning, attracted to feminine people and therefore a slightly harder-to-label kind of gay…

    Transitioning to what? Batshit crazy?

  2. “…ghost people like me (assigned male at birth ..”

    We need to find the person or organisation who is assigning all these genders at birth and sort him/her/them out!

  3. Is there a training camp where people learn to speak like this?

    I don’t just mean the universities. After all, they’ve got to get it from somewhere.

  4. Bloke in North Dorset

    Julia,

    We need to find the person or organisation who is assigning all these genders at birth and sort him/her/them out!

    JK Rowling had to get her idea from somewhere. Before the stork sets with a new baby a sorting hat hovers over the baby and decides sex at birth birth and then another one decides gender.

  5. It’s an expensive, painful and ridiculous process HE’s gone/going through.

    He’s hetero, but really wants to be GAY, without having his mouth or @rse invaded by a c0ck.
    Solution is to identify as female, continue to molest other women (with or without his c0ck which may or may not be still attached) and pronounce that HE’s GAY, and maybe he’s the only GAY in his *block of flats* or whatever small community is unfortunate enough to have him as a neighbour.

  6. The possession explanation for trannyism is actually slightly more convincing than the nonsense put out by the tranny lobby itself.

  7. “He’s hetero, but really wants to be GAY, without having his mouth or @rse invaded by a c0ck.”

    Thats it in a nutshell. Logic says that if a person is a woman trapped in a mans body, 90 something % of those trapped women will be straight, and want to have sex with men, regardless of their external bits at the time. Thus when they’ve transitioned they’ll still want to have sex with men, only now they’ll have the right (ish) accoutrements. The chances of being a ‘lesbian trapped in a mans body’ (the old joke) is vanishingly small, yet it seems that a pretty large % if not majority of such cases don’t actually like the c*ck. So were never women in their heads at all………………….

  8. attracted to feminine people

    I can’t help thinking that it would be ridiculously simplistic to think that this means attracted to women.

  9. Where has this “assigned” come from? It’s like over on another forum somebody was asking who “assigns” road names. It’s as though an increasing number of people are simply unable to concieve of any reality other than one with top-down control of all decisions.

    Push! Euuugh! Pop! Wonderful! Right, pass me that hat, rummage rummage, congratulations! It’s an Acacia Drive! Sign off the birth certificate.

  10. “but now transitioning” Tim continually plucks Carrie’s low hanging plums but they seem to grow back and require replucking far too frequently.

  11. Nearly Dickless Nick

    really hot gay, bi or lesbian men, women or non-binary people getting hot and naked and doing hot naked sexual things to your hot naked body as you writhe in orgasmic, ecstatic joy

    Lol, OK Gary.

  12. Hmm, going back to the JK Rowling sorting hat for genders idea… This guy/girl/them seems totally Hufflepuff or whatever….

    Gryffindor – missionary
    Slytherin – BDSM
    Ravenclaw – asexual

    Boom, sex ed for millenials made weirder and more interesting….

  13. In my limited experience of the intersection of LGBT and Harry Potter fans the preference seems to be Hufflepuff with the odd slytherin thrown in because they want to be edgy and different

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