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"Trans-agnostism" Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 09:41:54 [Preview] No. 11951
I have tried to understand why this woman passes me off, but now I think I have it. It's not because I wasted money on a thick gender studies book without substance that I won't read. It's not because she's fugly either, or writes like a SJW with autism, as she transbitches about gender entitlement while insisting the rest of the world use words she made up yesterday. No, those are surface irritants, but there's a deeper hypocrisy.

It's because she quit calling herself an atheist and identifies as "trans-agnostic." And she has a PHD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics.


https://books.google.com/books?id=aB4VAgAAQBAJ&pg=PT130&lpg=PT130&dq=julia+serano+atheist&source=bl&ots=JneTVTo0fL&sig=tzo-j6MYbGDLAUUYew6rW6KNl_8&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiNyqL_1bLTAhXDzlQKHQJnDz8Q6AEITTAJ#v=onepage&q=julia%20serano%20atheist&f=false

Her reasoning is weak.
>It's fine to offend cisscum
>but I gots to draw a line on religion. See, just because I haven't had the experiences of Christcucks that doesn't mean they'really wrong.
>if my trans feelings have validating power others can'to see, then so might their religious feelings have proved to them what I haven't seen
>the real problem in the world is "arrogant people."

Fuck you for wasting my time and money. She is not writing as a scientist, do not read her books. You are the perfect example of why I would have to be crazy to take hormones. You wrote that Testosterone numbed your emotions, but I see losing it has weakened your rationality. You decided gratification from your sexual identity mattered more, and then you sold your gifted brain for a hormones fix. That poor brain doesn't deserve the pollution you fed it, but I will accept "trans-agnostic" for the new trans-religion you're a member of.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 20:08:23 [Preview] No. 11958 del
> she quit calling herself an atheist and identifies as "trans-agnostic."
> she quit calling herself a gnostic theist and identifies as an "a-theist"

find the difference

OH NO I CAN'T
BOTH ARE TRENDY NAVEL GAZING BUZZWORD WANK


Anonymous 04/21/2017 (Fri) 13:39:18 [Preview] No. 11964 del
Remember that you need testosterone to stay smart, or you'll gradually go crazy like all women are, and will then succumb to the new religions of the leftists. Never, ever, EVER cut off the dick which keeps you sane.


Anonymous 04/23/2017 (Sun) 08:49:30 [Preview] No. 11974 del
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If someone here thinks her 400 page book is worth reading I'd like to know. But just as I remember, "Whipping Girl" is full of her trigger alerts, and random one-line assertions about oppression from "cissexual doctors" (her words.)
On every page she's transbitching about word choice, or media portrayal. Here, for my own amusement I took a minute to randomly open the book and dig out some typical quotations that I haven't read, just to demonstrate the flavor. Of course, I'll add a sample of what I thought about it.

"After being on female hormones for a few months, I found that people began to consistently gender me as female despite the fact that I was "doing" my gender the same way I always had. What I found most striking was how other people interpreted my same actions and mannerisms differently based on whether they perceived me to be female or male. For example, when ordering drinks at bars, I found that if I looked around the room while waiting for my drink (as I always unconsciously had prior to transitioning), men started hitting on me because they assumed I was signaling my availability (when I was perceived as male, the same action was likely to be interpreted simply as me scoping out the room.)" p. 194

I guess most men aren't interested in other men. WHAT A STRIKING DISCOVERY! She should definitely pursue this research more and get a 3rd PHD with a grant from the gender studies department.

"In this chapter, I discuss a more recent, reciprocal phenomenon-which I call "ungendering"-where gender variant people are used as a device to bring conventional notions about maleness and femaleness into question. *** Here, I discuss the practice of ungendering as it occurs in cisworks of fiction (e.g., movies and novels) and in academia. In both cases, ungendering is an exploitative process, involving both the appropriation of gender-variant bodies and experiences while erasing intersex and transsexual voices and perspectives." p. 195

God, she keeps coining unnecessary words in this book to add ingredients to her word salad, to bolster her own personal equation. Each word is a piece of her impenetrable defense for the war against the CISarchy.

"Capitalizing on Transsexuality and Intersexuality


Anonymous 04/23/2017 (Sun) 08:50:09 [Preview] No. 11975 del
(Cont.)
"...Writer and director Jane Anderson said that, despite the fact that the subject of trannsexuality dominates much of the film, she did not envision "Normal" as a story chronicling the "adventures of a transgender person," but rather as a study of one married coupe's love for another. So if the movie is not about transsexuality per se, then why did this non-trans filmmaker go to the trouble of including a transsexual character? Anderson explained that she used transsexuality primarily as a device to challenge the couple's relationship. *** So, in other words, one of the characters, Roy, is ungendered in order to throw a monkey wrench into the couple's marriage. And transsexuality is no longer a marginalized identity or a grueling issue that real human beings struggle with; it is merely a literary device--a "metaphor" for the "ultimate catastrophe" that can strike a relationship.

"You would think that Anderson-as a woman and a lesbian-would be aware of the troubling way sexual minorities are portrayed (and their voices silenced) by the media, and that she would, at the very least, make a modest attempt to ensure that her character was respectful of the transsexual experience. Unfortunately *** Anderson unabashedly answered that she relied on her "imagination," that she made it up all by herself."

In short, her panties got in a bunch over the accurate treatment of transsexuals in a piece of romantic fiction, even though the director admitted that accuracy wasn't the goal. I would have liked to have read the fury she'd have written if Anderson had been a CIS man, aka one of the devils who torment her existence at the theaters. Worse, she just expects lesbians and women to take her side, but why? If she had her way, Anderson wouldn't be able to tell the kind of stories she wanted to tell because she has "gender entitlement."

Later the chapter ends with:

"By replacing gender-variant voices with their own, both Eugenides and Anderson ensure that real transsexual or intersex voices are not heard."

You can hear "OPPRESSION" even when she doesn't say it. Basically, if your voice doesn't conform to what I believe, or what I want to hear, then your words are oppressing my minority by denying them a voice. So stupid, get the transbitches to make their own films and if they're good and you tell people they're more true, they might sell more. I say might, because a lot of consumers != necessarily the same class as the characters they play. /u/ want a certain style of story-telling and don't actually want to read realistic stories about dykes, but it's always the dykes who get their panties in a bunch over inaccuracy.

Anyway, the beginning and endings are the funnest. Going back...

Ch 5: "Blind Spots On Subconscious Sex and Gender Entitlement

>"ONE OF THE MOST FRUSTRATING ASPECTS about being a transsexual is that I'm frequently asked to explain to other people why I decided to transition."

Oh, so you don't like to have conversations or answer natural questions? What an entitled bitch.

>"Unlike gender dissonance, which is only experienced by trans people, gender entitlement can affect anyone. It is best described as the arrogant conviction that one's own beliefs, perceptions, and assumptions regarding gender and sexuality are more valid than those of other people. Gender entitlement often leads to gender anxiety, the act of becoming IRRATIONALLY UPSET-

Ahahahaha....(cont)


Anonymous 04/23/2017 (Sun) 08:52:21 [Preview] No. 11976 del
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>"...irrationally upset by or being made uncomfortable by the existence of those people who challenge or bring into question one's gender entitlement."

I can see why some people would be upset if some bitch continually challenged them and insisted they check their privileges for gender entitlement.

>"Heterosexist gender entitlement can lead to homophobia which is an expression of gender anxiety directed against those people who engage in same-sex relationships."
(I.e. Normie entitlement permits "fear of fags" which is being "IRRATIONALLY UPSETâ„¢" about homos.) I think my version is easier to read.

>"Similarly, the gender-entitled belief that all women are (or should be) feminine and men masculine-- which some have called cisgenderism--gives rise to transphobia, a gender anxiety that is directed against people who fall outside of those norms. *** I have also met some people in the transgender community who feel that identifying outside of the male/female binary is superior to, or more enlightened than identifying within it."
Your sources are special snowflakes.

>"Such people often express gender anxiety (binary-phobia?) at people who identify strong as either female or male."
Your sources are special snowflakes.

"What should be obvious by now is that all forms of gender entitlement and gender anxiety are, at their core, expressions of insecurity. After all, people who are truly comfortable with their own desires and expressions of gender and sexuality do not have any need to be bothered or concerned by dissimilar expressions and desires in others."

At least they don't write insecure books like the special snowflakes do.


Anonymous 04/23/2017 (Sun) 09:30:06 [Preview] No. 11977 del
Man, I've been thinking about banging this trans chick I met at the bar last night. Are they all this crazy though?


Anonymous 04/23/2017 (Sun) 17:29:58 [Preview] No. 11981 del
>>11977
If you want to try one, do it fast before she kills herself next week.


Anonymous 04/23/2017 (Sun) 19:42:20 [Preview] No. 11983 del
>>11977
haven't you read about that guy who tried a pinoy tranny but everything became regrets?


Anonymous 04/23/2017 (Sun) 20:20:44 [Preview] No. 11985 del
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>>11983
What happened? Trying a pinoy will always lead to regrets tbh, especially the Visayan women. Filipinas are spoiled rotten, and marrying one is marrying into a large tribe where she will expect you to serve your in-laws and go to 40 birthday/weddings/funerals/baby-showers/christenings/church mixers every year while they ignore you and speak in their Spanish creole languages about the afairs and careers of old relatives you haven't heard of. Pinoys ignore their kids and let them run wild except when they're pressuring them, and so 2nd generation boys have drug addictions.

Don't race-mix with SEAs.



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