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- Apr 12, 2014
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I think that people are also trying to become the object they desire. I would find myself way more attractive if i were a curvy girl rather than a dude. idk something to consider. I may have a weird view though because i dont really feel attached to my appearanceI think it's a product of genders commodifying personality traits: you can have qualities of the opposite gender without getting a sex change. You can dress up in a dress if you want, put on make up and whatever have you, but because people like to make everything about sex (subsequently gender), then to seek validation they feel they must be the other gender. I don't think gender should matter, ultimately you should use the sexual organs you're given as it is the most natural, but people like to categorize and create bias on the way people act: if we truly accepted everyone can exhibit any type of behaviour I don't imagine people would be obsessed with self-validation to the extend they need to change their physiology.what if the transgender epidemic is just a bunch of confused people thinking they want to be a different sex when they just want to be treated the way the opposite sex is? people should use the findings of game theory in everyday life. im bored and my eyes are tired but im not ugh. by the time we are capable of eye transplants from other species will it even be needed or will we have perfected genetic manipulation enough to just modify our eyes? why would humans evolve without tails they are so useful for expression and balance?
Having said that I don't imagine people would change their biased assumptions, so the transgender movement is a valid response to societal bias, but it should not be the case. It shouldn't be radical but it is.