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auntblabby
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10 Oct 2010, 9:57 am

i have never felt masculine in the least. i would not mind being born female, but i would never consider the brutal and expensive options available to change into one now. i have always been repelled by stereotypically masculine things like sports and aggression. bulky muscularity and hairiness also turn me off. i have always had feminine features and traits.



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10 Oct 2010, 10:48 am

I was told that I have some feminine side of me, maybe because of my softness and kindness probably but I've always felt masculine though.


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10 Oct 2010, 10:54 am

I have male parts, but I do not I identify with either gender. I am neither masculine nor feminine in manner. I believe that most of the differences in the way that men and women behave are the result of socialization. It is a process that does not seem to apply to me in many ways.



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10 Oct 2010, 11:44 am

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bulky muscularity and hairiness also turn me off.

lol they used to call me wolf man in school. I practically have fur it's so thick on my arms and legs. Hell my hair is down to my shoulders and i had it cut to an inch only a month or two ago. O.O


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10 Oct 2010, 11:46 pm

James0Zero wrote:
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bulky muscularity and hairiness also turn me off.

lol they used to call me wolf man in school. I practically have fur it's so thick on my arms and legs. Hell my hair is down to my shoulders and i had it cut to an inch only a month or two ago. O.O


notice i said "bulky muscularity AND hairiness" - but hairiness by itself can be good. but sorry, i never saw the beauty of bulky muscles ala schwarzenegger.



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11 Oct 2010, 1:33 pm

I feel like a girl, you got any? :P :oops:


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11 Oct 2010, 9:44 pm

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I feel like a girl, you got any? :P :oops:


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11 Oct 2010, 11:21 pm

I'm a girl who feels more like a guy. I wouldn't say that I'm actually transgendered; just that I'm somewhere in between the genders and I lean toward the masculine side. Gender expectations for women make me feel very alienated. :(



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12 Oct 2010, 1:53 am

I'm a guy and I don't feel much like a man. I see most male behavior as disgusting or offensive. I find women to be much more pleasant company and I guess I feel like I can relate to them much better. I guess inside me I feel more feminine but I have no interest in men. I wouldn't have minded being born female, but I don't think I'd go through a sex change as I wouldn't feel right about it. I haven't had any life experience being a girl so I'd feel like an impostor and honestly I'd be very afraid of attracting a dude... I already do that too frequently for my tastes :( . Plus I kinda want a wife and children so it probably wouldn't be the best idea to make an awkward switch.



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12 Oct 2010, 1:56 am

I don't really feel feminine or masculine, but I am a male so I suppose I'm mostly masculine. I really hate tough guys with macho attitudes though. I guess either extreme would be unpleasant.

After give this some thought, I realized I do somethings feel like my posture is feminine.



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12 Oct 2010, 2:36 am

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Most mornings, but I sleep and wake up alone. :)


:lol:

Honestly, I have no idea what being in touch with my feminine side would mean. From what little I know it would probably drive me nuts.



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12 Oct 2010, 3:19 am

auntblabby wrote:
Moog wrote:
I feel like a girl, you got any? :P :oops:


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I'm here all week, try the veal.


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12 Oct 2010, 7:40 am

I always considered masculinity to be more about honor, tenacity, and ambition than hair, booze, and sports, and in that sense I feel very masculine despite being a nerdy teetotaler... though in the hair department, if I had black stripes, you'd mistake me for a tiger :cat:

I never really wanted to be hairy when I was little, but now that it's happened, I really don't mind it.



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12 Oct 2010, 10:30 pm

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I'm here all week, try the veal.


i love veal. but i shouldn't eat it. i shouldn't love it either but i do.



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12 Oct 2010, 11:59 pm

Tensu wrote:
I always considered masculinity to be more about honor, tenacity, and ambition than hair, booze, and sports, and in that sense I feel very masculine despite being a nerdy teetotaler... though in the hair department, if I had black stripes, you'd mistake me for a tiger :cat:


Not saying anything about you because I don't know you... but MOST humans today know nothing about honor... especially most men... too much pride and ego to do anything honorable >_<. I see honor simply as a trait of the honorable. Maybe the word valor would apply to men more so... but honor... not so much in the world I've seen.