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Old 02-07-2013, 10:09 PM
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Originally Posted by ManofDiscovery View Post
Yeah, I don't think it's right if she's going on dates with guys who think she's a real female, then she later reveals she's not.

It's like coming out of a shop thinking you've purchased one product when in fact they've sold you something else.
If a woman is born with a hormone problem and deformed genitalia, which she corrects with hormone pills and surgery, should she be expected to explain her medical history on the first date? Is it "not right" if she waits until she knows if she even likes someone to bring up that sensitive piece of her past?

This isn't any different. Women, whether cis or trans, are nothing like commodities you purchase from a shop.
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