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    Men have their desired qualities too :D
    Such as just the mentality that they are "superior", "stronger", "the bread winner"; there's also the envy of certain body parts, and for a lot of people it just feels right. I wouldn't be surprised if there were people out there who also enjoyed the aspect of being hairy and not having to worry too much on appearance and "cleanliness" when around their same sex.

    A close friend of mine is (a) transgender considering surgery in the far future when science has progressed enough to make it worthwhile (he explains it as males having all the right parts to become female seeing as how all infants start out as female but the same does not work visa versa) he also dislikes the female form in the fact that he likes to rough house but knowing his partner has to be caution to not hurt him makes it a bit unbearable to be trapped and feel weak when he feels he could easily overpower his partner. Personally I'd just go mid way, as lovely as being male sounds in theory I don't think I'd be able to stand it for too long, there's things I don't like about being female but I can handle dealing with them so I don't give up what I love about it.

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    I'm as confused as a ...really confused thing right now about where I'm going, but I think I'll probably go androgynous or even M to F at one point. I can't really stand being fully male, but I don't know. I'm still young, so it'll be fun to see how things turn out.

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    I myself have been bisexual since 2006-2007. I am turning 27 in 11 days (June 22nd). And being Lutheran, my parents and family are uneasy with my sexuality. I just hope I can find somebody who with love me for who I am.

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    I made it through pride weekend without killing a single person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brace View Post
    I made it through pride weekend without killing a single person.
    Good for you. I intend to go to Pride Fest next year in Milwaukee, WI. It will be my first time going to such an event.

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    I'm not sure of the actual definition but for simplicity I'll probably go with Asexual because I'm not attracted sexually by neither males or females in general, the thought of sexual intercourse grosses me out and I hate getting kissed. However, it may be related to my Asperger's Syndrome but I'm not sure...

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    so im gay. i suppose i never really had an issue with it just due to my personality

    gender is somewhat harder to explain. you could say male but not as it would typically be thought of and not very static. basically im in some ways very feminine but perhaps not in the way one would expect. perhaps in a more so elegant or refined sense. i wouldnt call myself flamboyant as en example. perhaps androgynous leaning towards feminine.
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    Due to intimacy issues, I have no consistent ability to feel sexual attraction. On the rare moments where I do have a sex drive, I am solidly bisexual. So I guess asexual is a more comfortable term for me. One day, I hope I will overcome these issues. I have no real attachment to gender as a category. I see myself as having a mixture of both masculine and feminine qualities. I'm pretty weird.

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    Considering that of the terms I am familiar with, I am closest to "pansexual", I find it ironic that I am not particularly fond of LGBT as a movement or community.

    I myself don't identify as much of anything, because the names mean something different to everyone who hears them and I avoid them wherever plausible.





    Quote Originally Posted by RadioCatastrophe View Post
    Futanari is the japanese term for hermaphrodites (and also is something fictional when it comes to anime/porn; e.g. girl magically growing a dick), and the term is a scientific term (out-dated or not) as well. I know that intersexed is the new way and a less "offensive" way of saying it and not all but SOME have an issue with being called a herm, I have a friend who has no issue with the term. I'm not making fun of them when using the term, like people do with pansexual. If someone feels either term is offensive to them I'm sure they'll stick up for themselves but I've never had someone confront me about it.


    I really don't see how using a term that was the scientific and correct term before intersex can compare to someone saying you don't exist because you identify as pansexual or that you just want to be a snowflake.
    I would remind you that humorism was considered scientific and correct for quite some time and was phased out when we discovered we were horribly, horribly wrong.



    Futanari literally translated should mean "hermaphrodite" as it means "two form", however in its common usage it refers to a specific kind of hermaphrodite or intersex, depending on your perspective. (Hermaphrodite and intersex are not the same thing.)

    A proper futanari has a penis and vagina but no external testicles. This is only a hermaphrodite if there are internal testes. Otherwise, it is an intersex.

    A hermaphrodite, derived from the fusion of Hermes and Aphrodite in mythology, is an individual of a binary-sexed species that may function as either sex, which means all sexual organs must be present in a vaguely functional capacity. There is no such thing as a human hermaphrodite, and this is why the term was phased out of usage - it was blatantly incorrect.

    Hermaphroditism is defined by an examination of form - if both sets of genitals are somewhat recognizable, that's a hermaphrodite. Intersex is considerably more scientific and biological than that. Intersex may have ambiguous genitalia or they may have alternative sex chromosomes (e.g. an extra X chromosome). This is why some claim that "every" human on Earth is an intersex, as people can carry sex chromosome variations but do not exhibit any obvious sexual ambiguity, similarly to some genetic disorders that skip a generation.
    Last edited by Fibriel Solaer; 10-19-2013 at 07:56 PM. Reason: Clarifying.

 

 

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