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tanicus:


Twin Boys, One Transgender, Become Brother and Sister
As early as age 4, Wyatt Maines asked his mother, “When do I get to be a girl?” And he told his father he hated his penis.
Wyatt always liked girl’s clothes and movies, while his twin brother Jonas played with traditional boy toys.
Born identical twins, the siblings share the same DNA, but their gender identification took divergent paths. Now, at age 14, they are brother and sister, as Wyatt’s transition to Nicole is well under way.
Nicole is 5-feet, 1-inch tall and 100 pounds; her twin brother is 5-feet, 6-inches and weighs 115 pounds — and they are best friends.
Their story — marked by tearful emotions, bullying at their first school and eventually a lawsuit and a move to a different town — was chronicled in the Boston Globe on Sunday.
Read the rest

This is a good article, until the second page when they go into unnecessary detail about hormones, surgery, and sex. She’s a little girl for fuck’s sake, can we not talk about her private parts, or whether she’ll be able to achieve orgasm? (Not that it would be excusable if she were older anyway.)

tanicus:

Twin Boys, One Transgender, Become Brother and Sister

As early as age 4, Wyatt Maines asked his mother, “When do I get to be a girl?” And he told his father he hated his penis.

Wyatt always liked girl’s clothes and movies, while his twin brother Jonas played with traditional boy toys.

Born identical twins, the siblings share the same DNA, but their gender identification took divergent paths. Now, at age 14, they are brother and sister, as Wyatt’s transition to Nicole is well under way.

Nicole is 5-feet, 1-inch tall and 100 pounds; her twin brother is 5-feet, 6-inches and weighs 115 pounds — and they are best friends.

Their story — marked by tearful emotions, bullying at their first school and eventually a lawsuit and a move to a different town — was chronicled in the Boston Globe on Sunday.

Read the rest

This is a good article, until the second page when they go into unnecessary detail about hormones, surgery, and sex. She’s a little girl for fuck’s sake, can we not talk about her private parts, or whether she’ll be able to achieve orgasm? (Not that it would be excusable if she were older anyway.)

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  • 26th December
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tanicus:

stfusexists:

face-down-asgard-up:

private-revolution:

ificantrelate:

Can you see the difference between the two?
I can.

Accurate!

Misandry doesn’t exist. There are women who hate men, yeah. But “misandry” isn’t a threat to men. It doesn’t have the power and the privilege behind it to be harmful. I’m not saying hating all men is great. It’s not. But, I can honestly see how some women get there. Shit, I have had days where I read about the bullshit women have to go through at the hands of men and at the hands of a society that favors men and I think, “Ugh, I hate men!” How did Henry Rollins put it? If i was a woman these days, I’d be killing motherfuckers. my handgun  would never cool and my hands would be covered in testicular blood. I  would have a horrible reputation with a lot of men because I would be  calling them on their weak bullshit left and right.
I don’t encourage what this graphic calls misandry, but I do understand it. I do see how living in a society that has designated you as lesser for centuries can lead you to hate that society and the ones who hold power in that society.
I just…why do we even have to make this clarification? Instead of dismissing it we should be looking at what causes it. Where does it manifest? I think if we did that we would be lead right back to sexism and patriarchy.
I have only ever heard it being said in arguments about feminism, when  women are fighting too strongly against the oppression they face every  day; when women want to try and assert themselves or try to explain how  society oppresses women still, to a great extent – this is misandry. And  these general statements – ‘I hate men’ etc – are turned into genuinely  personal attacks by those men who hear it. Misandry enables men to feel  that they are the victim in these situations, because it sounds like it means the same thing as misogyny, but the other way.


Flawless commentary as always from one of my favorite bloggers. 

Reblogged for commentary.

tanicus:

stfusexists:

face-down-asgard-up:

private-revolution:

ificantrelate:

Can you see the difference between the two?

I can.

Accurate!

Misandry doesn’t exist. There are women who hate men, yeah. But “misandry” isn’t a threat to men. It doesn’t have the power and the privilege behind it to be harmful. I’m not saying hating all men is great. It’s not. But, I can honestly see how some women get there. Shit, I have had days where I read about the bullshit women have to go through at the hands of men and at the hands of a society that favors men and I think, “Ugh, I hate men!” How did Henry Rollins put it? If i was a woman these days, I’d be killing motherfuckers. my handgun would never cool and my hands would be covered in testicular blood. I would have a horrible reputation with a lot of men because I would be calling them on their weak bullshit left and right.

I don’t encourage what this graphic calls misandry, but I do understand it. I do see how living in a society that has designated you as lesser for centuries can lead you to hate that society and the ones who hold power in that society.

I just…why do we even have to make this clarification? Instead of dismissing it we should be looking at what causes it. Where does it manifest? I think if we did that we would be lead right back to sexism and patriarchy.

I have only ever heard it being said in arguments about feminism, when women are fighting too strongly against the oppression they face every day; when women want to try and assert themselves or try to explain how society oppresses women still, to a great extent – this is misandry. And these general statements – ‘I hate men’ etc – are turned into genuinely personal attacks by those men who hear it. Misandry enables men to feel that they are the victim in these situations, because it sounds like it means the same thing as misogyny, but the other way.


Flawless commentary as always from one of my favorite bloggers. 

Reblogged for commentary.

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