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Why Get A Transgender Girlfriend

Finally, straight men, you can have the subservient, anti-feminist romantic partner of your dreams; an MtT!

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One popular quote says – “What prevents people from becoming autonomous, fulfilled, and ultimately happy is their refusal to open themselves to experiences that are new and unfamiliar.”

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The modern cis dating market is almost a Mad-Max Thunder Dome dystopia. Anyone who has been in the cis dating market for some time finds to his dismay that cis-women in the modern dating market have more issues than Time magazine. It is a ruthless winner-takes-all-situation. Cis-women are hyper judgmental beings, and men have been reduced to being circus performers who have to constantly entertain the cis-women non-stop or face rejection.

Modern women have a plethora of issues which make them caustic; it can even be argued that modern cis-women would not get any male attention if the almighty love hormones were not at play. Add to that the vast majority of cis-women do not act feminine, care little about their appearance, and…

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Renowned San Francisco phalloplasty surgeon hit with multiple lawsuits

Words to the wise.

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Note: The administrators and contributors at 4thWaveNow do not take a position on the veracity of the allegations set forth in these lawsuits. We are reporting on public documents available on the Internet about these legal actions. Commenters’ opinions are their own.


In a previous 4thWaveNow post, we documented the proliferation of gender surgeons who perform mastectomies and “bottom surgeries.” Some of them, including San Francisco surgeon Curtis Crane,  have publicly indicated their willingness to operate on patients under the age of 18.

One of Crane’s former patients, a detransitioned woman who underwent a double mastectomy at age 17, wrote a guest post for 4thWaveNow.

It has come to our attention that Dr. Crane has been the defendant in no less than six lawsuits during the last year. The suits variously allege medical malpractice, medical negligence, and/or failure to obtain informed consent.

Some of the lawsuits are still active, and all court documents are available…

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Activist-clinicians tout “cultural humility” & surgery-on-demand for “nonbinaries” & “genderfluids”

Brilliant post..Especially the last few paragraphs.

4thWaveNow

Update Dec. 31, 2015: Please see here for instructions on how to submit comments to the World Health Organization (WHO) on their proposed new diagnosis code “Gender Incongruence” and “Gender Incongruence of Childhood.” The public comment period will end soon, so time is of the essence.


A funny thing happened to me recently as I was trudging down yet another Got-Dysphoria?-Must-Transition-or Die rabbit hole.

I came to the realization that those of us who are wringing our hands over the rush to diagnose dysphoric children as trans are way, way behind the curve. That battle has mostly been won (and not in our favor).

Trans activists and “gender specialists” have moved on. Now, they are advocating for fully “depathologizing” transgender, yet at the same time, normalizing the idea that even part-time demiboys, “gender fluids,” and other assorted “nonbinaries,” aka “NBs” (the catchall term for anyone who doesn’t fall neatly into…

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How is this not a cult?

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“Could I be MtF?” asks a 14 year old male in the middle of puberty: He’s not unhappy with his male body, in fact he explicitly says he’s happy with it.

http://transgenderreality.com/2015/03/23/another-teen-goes-from-im-happy-in-my-male-body-to-i-am-truly-a-girl-in-a-few-days/

This is how fast it can happen. In days. How does a teen go from “I’m happy in my body” to “I NEED black market hormones to transition” in a week?

…because that’s how teen brains work: instant gratification. Lack of insight. Planning, judgment, the ability to consider future consequences, and self monitoring are simply not mapped into the neurons yet.

Then why is it—WHY—that the cutting edge in trans thinking and activism now is that “gatekeeping” is awful; that people shouldn’t have to wait at all for treatment; that “informed consent” is enough, and we need to let people start hormones and initiate surgery even younger? ACCESS is the magic word now.

When will the medical and psychological professions wake up?

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Man Who Identifies as a Woman Who Identifies as a Man Wins Weightlifting Competition

Lol.

The Overheard Press

Charles Blake has dominated his first major competition, taking on the South African International in Cape town and making history as the first Non-Cis, Double-Transgendered, Heteronormative Male (NCDTHM) to compete in the event.

Blake was assigned the gender “male” at birth based on his anatomical sex, but he identifies as a biologically female woman who identifies with the male gender and is sexually attracted to biologically female women who identify as women.

The 32-year-old won the men’s 85kg division at the Cape Town event, setting two unofficial national records in the process. Blake’s win is considered a pioneering moment in sport for the LBGT community.

“I’m just thankful our progressive society realizes that just because I was born as a man, dress like a man, compete as a man, and am attracted to women, my gender identity isn’t simple,” Blake told reporters after his victory.

“My gender identity is far more complicated and fluid than most people think.”

Blake’s performance has qualified him…

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The fraud of pantypopo, and/or ‘she may not have intended harm, but it’s a problem that so many forwarded this rubbish’

I spent several hours recently looking at her figures and came to the same conclusion as well, that sloppy conclusions and figures had been drawn.
As STP writes, this is not credible information. We must all be careful to share factual information as best we can. Let the facts lead us wherever they will, rather than trying to simply find facts that seem to support one’s conclusions so far. We all need to read from the widest range of sources for general news or for any particular topic, because all news sources have their editorial biases. Even the New York Times and Washington Post, or whatever source we might consider the most reliable. We must consider the credibility of their sources, discard what does not seem credible, then sort through the evidence, and using our best critical thinking skills, draw our own conclusions, and think for ourselves. It’s important to make decisions based on the information at hand so far, not just waffle about. But then continue to be open to new information and ideas as they come along, and be willing to change our minds if the information and reasoning are sound and point us in a different direction.

Why the Water Fountain Analogy Doesn’t Work

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