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Wow...

Wow...

umm yeah, that's what I ...

umm yeah, that's what I say too...again speechless...

LOLOL!!!

LOLOL!!!

Sickos! My sister had ...

Sickos! My sister had thryoid cancer years ago, and while she was at the endocrinologist's office one day, he told her that he had actually had men come to him, wanting him to "help" them be able to breast-feed children. SICKOS -- ALL OF THEM!

I'm still.... just.... WOW

I'm still.... just.... WOW

for some reason, i am ...

for some reason, i am finding nothing wrong with this. assuming its NOT a hoax, i think it great that they want to bring a child into their marriage.

yeah, it's "nice", BUT ...

yeah, it's "nice", BUT WEIRD...I never understood why someone gets a sex change when they could have just been gay...he WAS a woman but looks like a man, and now is married to a woman...whatever.

<p>that is not really a ...

that is not really a man - it's a woman who is "trying" to be male. but click on the link at the bottom of the page that takes you to mr. Lee. supposedly this is a real man who is pregnant. i say that if men want to have babies let them, after all if the woman had the first and the man had the second there wouldn't be a third! LOL but not to worry i don't think you are going to find many men interested in trying this. come on guys be truthful. how many of you would get pregnant if you could?

the thing with transgender ...

the thing with transgender people is not that they are gay, its that they were born the wrong sex. they feel in their heart that this is not who they should be. gay people simply like the same sex. trangender people like the same sex because they were born the wrong sex. ive watched a lot of shows on these things and from what ive gotten from them, this is how they feel. could be wrong, i dont know. so for them to simply be "gay " would be against who THEY are. THEY are a different SEX in their mind and heart.

<p>Hang on wait.... How ...

Hang on wait.... How can someone be born the wrong sex? I thought it was up to the Big Guy upstairs to decide our gender. Shit, if all we had to do was "feel in our hearts" and that's how things should be then I guess:

1. I should be sitting on a beach not at work
2. Everyday should be Saturday
3. My car should be paid off already

I guess I feel the same way about Transgender as I do about Suicides, it's the cheap way out. Instead of changing your sex or killing yourself, you should try to DEAL with the life you've been handed. Nobody has it how they want it - but you don't see everyone running out to live on the beach, or sleeping all day like it IS Saturday. I guess what I'm trying to say is I think these people need to buck up and survive life instead of giving in to what they THINK is how it should be. Besides, if they WERE right don't you think the Big Guy would have gotten their sex right in the first place?

Kinda like the old saying "You can choose your friends, but you can't choose your family" - you can choose your 'orientation' but you can't choose your sex!

<p>Born the wrong ...

Born the wrong sex?

Not so sure about that.

I do know however that I was born on the wrong planet. My peeps would not shit in the water they drink. They wouldn't kill each other. They wouldn't create cars like the Gremlin or the Matador or the Pacer. They would not eat fried Twinkies!

On my planet, my peeps would not call their bretheren "Peeps". They'd call them "Meeps" because they would all be like ME, Perfect! They'd all eat their steamed crabs with Old Bay seasoning - none of that dipping in vinegar shit business. And they'd have dogs AND cats. I love 'em both. Why does everything have to be one or the other, black or white, all or nothing? Extremes is the problem. We're told here we're male and therefore we have to like to scratch our butts and spit. We're told we're female and therefore have to smell like tuna and be cold as fish too. Then we go around believing it and do it! For once a man should dip his dong in tuna and a woman should scratch her but and spit. Oh, yeah, that's right, there is West Virginia. Nevermind. LOL. Anyway, you get the idea.

I knew a she-male once by the way. Denny was one of the most together people there ever was (or is, not sure if he/she is still around - lost contact after art college). But Denny was so misunderstood. As a hermaphrodite few would even talk/associate with Denny - It was THEY who were confused, not Denny.

Admittedly, at first I found it strange that my friend Yvonne did converse with Denny and always felt it was probably not the right way for me to feel but I eventually wised up. See, the following year, my friend Yvonne went on to another school and Denny, being lonely, would say "hi" to me in passing on the sidewalk en route to class since he/she felt I was friends with Yvonne and she was friends with him/her. So I did say "hi" back and the next thing I knew we were friends since we'd both be up at midnight sometimes in the print making department doing acid etchings on metal printing plates. Then I thought what an interesting photo subject Denny might make for one of my class projects. Denny knew Onyx (Valerie) who was GORGEOUS but another "punk" when punk was Brand Spanking new here in the U.S. She had long beautiful died totally BLACK hair and the other side of her head shaved completely bald. So I ended up doing a phenomenal photo exposé of the two. The strangest thing was taking them out to the malls or to the beach. They were so totally URBAN and in the suburban malls we'd get a crowd of dozens following us as if they were the biggest rock stars (Onyx was in a band but no major star, just big in Baltimore, among the then tiny punk crowd) and at the beach, on the boardwalk they were absolute spectacles to the spectators. They acted as if they were quite actually aliens from another planet. Almost immediately I began to identify with them somehow. They weren't the oddballs, OTHERS were, those who acted so bizarre over them. Sure, they dressed bizarre but they're humans! To treat them the way people did said WAAAAAAAAAAAAY more about the people treating them that way then it did about Denny and Onyx! They lived, breathed, ate, shit, slept the same way as any of us. They dressed and did their hair strange but to make a point. And it wasn't all about gender either but that definitely was a big part of it. It was about roles we play as people in society. If you don't get it you don't get it. I got it. I got to know them and see them for what they are. They're people. The bottom line to me at least was that, so long as they're not harming anyone they have the right to be the way they want to be. To hell with anyone who tries to force others to be anything but who they want to be when they aren't harming anyone.

She-males are different ...

She-males are different then trans genders. I knew a girl that was born with both parts when I was in college. She was a cool girl too.

She didn't try to change what she was though, she dealt with the hand she was given. To her and your friend Denny I give them MAD props. To people that CHANGE their gender, fuckem for being weak.