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Re: “Keep calling me "it", asswipe.

Don't worry about being offensive, compared to some stuff I've had thrown at me your inquiry is positively charming.

I understand where you're coming from. Being a normal man or woman with normal looking genitalia would save me a lot of hurt, and your right. That's partially why I chose to be female for high school, because its easier than being myself. I'll wear high heels to make social life easier. But I will never surgically alter my genitals. It's got nothing to do with being proud of my uniqueness, or fighting for a third gender, wocka wocka wocka. As admirable as all that crap is, It has nothing to do with how I feel about things.

The reason I won't get surgery is simple. I like sex, and surgery down there always means loss of sensitivity, loss of nerve endings, loss of everything that makes sex fun. Usually the result doesn't even look like a normal penis or vagina, or if it does it doesn't function properly, or gives you pain when you pee, or infections, more surgery...

For me, it's not worth it. Even though people are going to run screaming from my bed most of the time, once in a while I find someone who's totally cool with the way I am. Some are even turned on by how different it is, and we have a great time. I'd rather have occasional mind blowing sex with open minded people than frequent orgasm-less sex with people so narrowminded that they'd run away at the sight of anything different.

As far as my mental well being goes, I've been through a lot of shit already, I can take it. But life without orgasms? Not so much.

Posted by "it" on 03/16/2009 at 12:15 AM

Re: “Keep calling me "it", asswipe.

Ummm, I cant speak for all people like me. Some people do feel like one gender or the other, and some like a third gender. But I guess I don't really feel like either gender. I was raised as a boy, and then when puberty hit I didn't really get the deep voice and other masculine traits, and I'm not comfortable with hormone supplements... so it was easier to pass as a girl. Really I just chose whatever was most convenient. My parents gave me one of those boy or girl names haha.

Posted by "it" on 03/12/2009 at 1:30 AM

Re: “Keep calling me "it", asswipe.

Hahaha, I guess not Joeblow.

Thanks for all the kind words. They are few and far in between these days. You're all right about people in high school being dicks. That's the reason I chose a gender in the first place. I have enough to worry about without the dickheads distracting me, grades, exams, getting into university etc. I'm going to get into a nice big university in a nice big city where I can finally be my good ol androgynous self in peace.

Posted by "it" on 03/12/2009 at 12:02 AM

Re: “Keep calling me "it", asswipe.

This really isn't what I was bitching about, but I feel strongly about this subject, so...

Yeah Todd, I was left intact, thank God. Cranky, the decision can be made when the kid is old enough to decide. I was left alone, and I chose, and I'm fine.

Intersex people who were operated on as newborns often have serious emotional and physical problems when they grow up.

A common misconception is that people who have uncommon genitalia can't have sex or orgasm. The only people I know who are like this are people who had parts of their genitals removed during surgery when they were born.

After a week of hell at school, it's nice to see that some people actually aren't completely ignorant about this.

Posted by "it" on 03/11/2009 at 2:03 PM

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