No you’re wrong, so just sit there in your wrongness and be wrong shirt, v-neck
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
I was diagnosed, transgender. I’m not a fake, I tell my story consistently across networks and back years. Funny we insist “never question identity” while we’re actively pro-trans. No you’re wrong, so just sit there in your wrongness and be wrong. Then we about-face when someone questions the narrative. I’ve felt dysphoric my whole life too, but “transition” solves nothing, it only hides.
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I guess that makes me part of a Very unique group then. I am a hermaphrodite. I was born with both sex organs. My parents chose the male. Of course, I was very young when they “corrected” natures mistake. No you’re wrong, so just sit there in your wrongness and be wrong. They were wrong. I Am now becoming the woman I should have been. It is not unnatural. I am not destroying my bodies systems. My body has responded very well to its new hormonal balances.
Reading some of these comments just reminds me why I do not follow religion. Religious people are just so judgemental and mean to anyone that doesn’t follow what they believe in. Not saying all religious people are like this, but most are. If she is happy that’s all that matters. Of course, we are not a set of stereotypes and she never said she knew what it was like to be an actual woman. She felt like she should have been born one and changed her outward appearance and is now happy with herself. That’s all that matters to me. As long as she is happy.
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Well as a person of religion myself I do find it distasteful that people judge and condemn others when they should focus on their sins first and foremost, instead of casting rocks. And to try to be the support and foundation that this world needs when it is needed. In order to change the world we must first reflect upon our position in this world, then decide what steps we must take. To walk blindly with no sense of where we tread, or what dangers lie ahead we are sure to falter.
Only after we become aware of our position and role may we clear a path for others. However, we can not force others to travel the exact path we have. We are all different and unique individuals to which we must respect one another even if we don’t agree on everything. Fore we can only live our own lives, not others. The best we can hope for to change other’s hearts is to be a good role model for those in our lives, and to respect all that is around us.