Are you aware of the differences in emotional consequanrionality between cisgender/straight and transgender/non binary people?

Cisgender straight people tend to be available and uncomplicated when signle, and clearly assume children and family as the most normal/moral and usual outcome of relating - first as buddies/friends, then as closer friends, then as lovers, if it all works (otherwise as a social circle)

Transgender/non binary people always have issues, something to hide, and promote all other values above biological children, since they are infertile/cannot conceive or give birth (except girls with original vagina and a penile implant added who are bearded, but want a male cisgender partner; I am not aware of the possibility of having an ejaculating penis and neovagina at the same time, presumably that male would want a girlfriend)
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  • I am not saying you are wrong, but to say cisgender people don’t bring any problems to their relationships is pretty uhhh… just not accurate. We are not perfect and I can even admit that I have brought problems into my relationships that I do terribly regret. Not all transgender people have a secret and many of them are transparent. I am not suggesting that they are perfect and many of them do sit in a room full of lies, but I don’t think separating people into two categories determines what people bring into their sexual relationships

    • The difference is that a) you were indoctrinated by transgenders to get into trouble to begin withz b) you _regret_ it. They don't. They insist on ruining us. Why else would there be the extinction rebellion?

    • @Soleil8000 the fact that you are blaming the transgender community for every relationship problem is comical. I’m not even supportive the LGBTQ community entirely but what you are saying is just a way to deflect the problems you bring into other people

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