Why do trans people (especially transwomen) believe that they are 100% like the opposite sex or the gender they identify as?
Males (men) only have a penis and testicles while females (women) are a lot more complicated. Females have a vagina, ovaries, fallopian tubes, a uterus/womb, a clitoris, a cervix, a volva and an areola. I might be missing a couple of body parts, but point is females are way more complicated than males. A male can't completely become a female. Besides, transgenders willingly become infertile.
- wobafettyLv 62 months agoFavourite answer
They're not and they'll just have to deal with it. You can sympathize with the situation they're in, but its not healthy to tell them they're something they're not, and they'll just need to accept the fact that certain aspects of their life will be more difficult. No amount of operations in this day and age can change what they are, because its all cosmetics, and fake. Many of which even went through operations like that and found themselves regretting it because it wasn't the relief they expected it to be.
- reme_1Lv 72 months ago
Mother nature makes mistakes and doctors are doing the best they can to help these transgender people to live a better life.
- KoiLv 62 months ago
Transgender is one of the gravest sins being committed in the world today. I would compare it with rape. They believe they are the opposite gender because they are mentally twisted. It's a mentally twisted thing to do.
- Raven SlightLv 52 months ago
First of all, understand what it means to be "trans". In the simplest, most-understandable terms, a female soul resides in a male body...or vice versa. Whether you believe in the soul or not, this is how it feels to be trans.
Second, female and male anatomy is pretty analogous. You ignore that biological men also have areola (which are an area of sensitivity and as such used in foreplay and sensual/sexual contact), vessels/tubes exist analogous to the Fallopian tubes such that sex-cells can travel across (hence why men can ejaculate in the first place), and a clitoral-like grouping of nerve-cells.
Like, this is textbook biology you just get absolutely wrong. And it's a core premise of your argument. Of course, female physiology has a few more aspects than male physiology...but even the greatest differences aren't necessarily "way more complicated" since similar **** happens in men to a lesser degree as well.
And all of that is to ignore mention of non-binary identities and a "gender spectrum" wherein the mind/soul/consciousness's perception of itself can be nuanced. Because, in point of fact, most trans-people find elements of what they were assigned-at-birth which they relate to or enjoy (whether of nurture or nature is insignificant)...but these few aspects don't outweigh their dysphoria, the feeling that they are in the wrong body.
Hell, nothing prevents there being both a masculine spectrum and feminine spectrum independent of each other...so that a trans-man (born female identify male) might see themselves as 4-points-of-five on the Masculine scale and only 3-points-of-five on the Feminine scale. Maybe not much of a difference, but enough where transitioning makes sense to them.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
Why do morons like you think being male or female is a monolithic experience?
- John BoltonLv 42 months ago
I'm pretty sure no trans person is so delusional as to believe their sex has literally changed after transition. I think it's a painful reality for a lot of trans people, especially when people like yourself won't quit banging on about it. Most trans people are just content with the changes they can make to their secondary sex characteristics and try to move on.
- Mx_intersex_folxLv 72 months ago
Because they are. And ALL humans have areolas, males and females. And not ALL trans people become infertile, some keep their fertility or "save" it