Gimme some of that cold cash. I want to stuff it in my couch

Posted by P-Angel

Neuroscience has identified hundreds of anatomical and chemical differences between the male and female brains.


You're more than welcome to chop off your dick .. but, you're still male.



There have been studies that have found indications that the brains of transindividuals share similarities with the gender they are attempting to transition to. It would be convenient if I could jump into the future where enoygh research has been done. But sadly, we still have a long way to go before we completely understand neurochemistry of transindividuals. Still, if doctors are still trying to understand the neurochemistry of transgenders, then I doubt that you know much.

So kindly treetrunk off.


I feel like distinctions need to be made. Transgender individuals, although they can crossdress, are not crossdressers and crossdressers aren't necessarily transgender. Transgenders do not wake up and suddenly decide that they want to change their gender. Nor is it some kind of field dream that they've always aspired to achieve. This isn't a decision to get a dog, it's serious.

Transgender individuals feel the need to transition because their current physical body does not fit the gender they identify with. This often(which means for very many but not all) manifests in high levels of depression, self loathing, and feelings of isolation. Many people who are pre-op trans suffer from high anxiety, panic attacks, and high discomfort. It's why many transmen bind down their breasts, or cut their hair. And that's just me scraping the surface.


It is true that many transindividuals won't have to face the immediate oppression faced by POCS. Post op, they probably won't immediately have strikes against them the moment they walk into the room. A black person can't hide that they're black. A black person can not easily escape the systematic oppression of their race.


But it's a double edged sword. Because a transperson has to be careful of who they come out to. @GlaringTruth is right. The violence against transpeople is very real. A cisgender black person will never have to worry who to share their gender identity with. A cisgender black person will never have to worry about their love interest possibly beating them to death when they share gender identity. A cisgender black person won't ever have to worry about being called "deceitful" because they decided to keep their personal business to themselves out of regard for their own personal safety. They also won't have to worry about people following them into the bathroom to check their gender.

The struggles are different, but the oppression is still there and at dangerous levels. So i don't think it's offensive to compare the two struggles(race and gender identity) at all. They are not the same, this is true. But they do have similarities because the oppression is coming from the same place.
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That's absolutely sexual harassment.

No one should be subjected to that butter in the workplace. Ever.

Being checked out and called hot chocolate is sexual harassment? lol! Love you North Americans but gosh some of you are way too PC and sensitive about the dumbest things.

And she could have laughed it off or said "can you stop please? That's inappropriate."


Or the guy can just not be overly flirty at work and save it for the dive bars

Agree with this. Work is not the place to try and hook up with women or whatever but to label someone a sexual harasser for checking you out and calling you hot chocolate is silly to me.


But it is at work which is why it is sexual harassment

If it was some casual setting then so be it
But the most influential person at the company should not be trying to get some hot chocolate at that moment

So it's OK to call someone hot chocolate or check them out in a casual setting but not at work? Aren't both sexual harassment then?


People have to be at work and therefore should not have to speak out against what they deem inappropriate comments because they are stuck there regardless

Going out to a casual setting is a choice and women know what theyre getting into whether they want to admit it or not. Theyre most likely going to get flirted with at some point.

I do think being flirty at work with fellow co workers who dont like it is inappropriate. While being flirty in a casual setting cannn be inapproriate depending on the situation, but is kind of the place for it.

But being called hot chocolate at work by someone who make you uncomfortable is a hell of a lot different than being called hot chocolate after dancing with a guy at a club.


I guess I see your point. I mean, it is scary if someone is like scary and intimidating


Yes I think the comfort level or lack there of def makes the difference but idk I just dont think work is the place to get ones jollies

And I think people who date co workers are dumb af
But thats a whole different issue lol
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With that said, for me, I know I will never go back.






You cannot make that statement.

The fact that you would is proof positive to me that you're not capable of making this kind of a judgment call. You shouldn't have been allowed to make this decision.


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You shouldn't be allowed to have the Internet.
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I have to agree with Mona on her stance, and I'm not being rude or disrespectful. Why go to such great lengths (medication and physical surgeries)?

I understand societal pressures and the need to fit in but isn't this taking it to the end degree?

I also really don't understand the hypocrisy of this.

When someone speaks against ignorance of those having issues with this....this woman comes to mind.....

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/02/26/rachel-dolezal-white-woman-who-identifies-as-black-now-jobless-may-soon-be-homeless.html



....and it takes me back the thread where people were bashing her.

Why do we pick and choose who gets "accepted" into society or not?

When everyone should just live their life and not give two cents of what other people are choosing to do with theirs.

Personally, I do not care what anyone has in their pants, who they are screwing, who they identify with...it's all their own personal life journey. *shrugs*


I think the difference roots back to the "using our culture as a costume" argument. Dolezal can opt to be a "black woman", but opt out of being one the moment when she experiences the disadvantages.

The situation for transgenders are very much reversed. Their commitment is for life, and doing so often puts them in danger.
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and because, evolutionarily speaking, it's more advantageous to seek out variety


Does that extend to interracial?


I have no idea, I'm making this up on the go
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I've heard that theory from other places too. It's interesting but it's hard to buy into it completely. A lot of people naturally think that features similar to theirs are beautiful. That's why the european ideal is so strong in very multicultural countries.
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and because, evolutionarily speaking, it's more advantageous to seek out variety


Does that extend to interracial?
How does one respond to a taurus man's compliments or endearments when they have a goat heart that can't take compliments. I kind of just change the subject, or hide in his chest or go djhffibeisdbjdnsn.

Also how long can I get away with stealing his pillows
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@xXxQueenliciaXxX
@sakuraflowers
@UnusualVaginalDischarge
@Blue_Froggie
@Classmate
@Tiziani
@Nanobyte
@Dickbutt

Yeah my list is way too long already
#geminimoonproblems

Burn in hell!


lol DIAF, you ableist jerk



What is DIAF? And you do realize I'm joking with you right?
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Oh! That did sound strange coming from you. I apologize, I'm just relatively irritated at how people use the term mentally ill
@Pvjamz!! Gah forgot you in my first list
#gemmoondisloyalty
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@Dastardly
@CaramelizedCoffee

Stop entertaining the mentally ill. One doesn't know what it wants to identify as yet and the other deserves to die lonely. Scrambled eggs won't attract a man. She's too old for the shenanigans. Leave her be. And that other thing I mentioned above.


Stop associating jackasses and/or trolls with the mentally ill. In addition to this, you're also overreacting to the actions of a child.
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My taurus wants to know how one seduces a Capricorn away from Java

By helping her with any questions she has so her mind is at ease, and then they can chill.

package care.lib;

import java.io.StudyException;

public class LovingAssistance extends Reducer {

private MoreTime result = new MoreTime();

public void reduce(KEY key, Iterable values,
Context context) throws StudyException, InterruptedException {
long sumTime = 0;
for (MoreTime val : values) {
sum += val.get();
}
result.set(sumTime);
context.write(key, MoreTime);
}

}

Simple.

he says thanks
#youknowjava #how#what #whathowwhen #Ithoughtyouwereanengineer


I'm a Big Data Engineer #CompSci I need to know languages like Java, Python, Scala, and bash scripting.
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Can you explain more? he has some interest in the field.
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My taurus wants to know how one seduces a Capricorn away from Java

By helping her with any questions she has so her mind is at ease, and then they can chill.

package care.lib;

import java.io.StudyException;

public class LovingAssistance extends Reducer {

private MoreTime result = new MoreTime();

public void reduce(KEY key, Iterable values,
Context context) throws StudyException, InterruptedException {
long sumTime = 0;
for (MoreTime val : values) {
sum += val.get();
}
result.set(sumTime);
context.write(key, MoreTime);
}

}

Simple.
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he says thanks
#youknowjava #how#what #whathowwhen #Ithoughtyouwereanengineer
My taurus wants to know how to seduce a Capricorn away from Java
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we have such a good synastry
just counting the personal planets


venus conjunct mars
sun opposite moon
venus opposite moon
mercury sextile mercury
venus sextile sun

all tight

sun conjunct descendant ( a stretch)

Our love is restricted by the limitations of time and space. It is tragic indeed

?

my synastry with the hydorah

but as I said by the time I reach his current age he'd be dead
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You and hydrorah confuse me so much.
Posted by TaurusGirlRas
What are the affects of
His Jupiter falling in my 10house Leo and Sun 7th house Taurus Asc Sag 2nd House Moon in 5th house Pisces
N. N 3rd house Cap

My North Node Falls in his 4th
Mars in 7th Gemini
Mercury Venus Sun 6th Taurus


Can you post your chart?