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chiefwarren

I have a friend who’s a high school teacher and he said about 1/4 kids say they’re trans. This is like the new goth. It’s an excuse for a bunch of misfits to find an identity.

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johndoedater

But I can remember a lot of bulimic girls when I was growing up and I think it might be something close to the same phenomena.

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shortus_mannus

Still haven't met a single trans person in my almost 35 years of life. It's like they're only a local phenomenon, mostly limited to somewhere north of Mexico and south of Canada.

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montanalonewolf

There was a hermaphrodite.

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wuawualooloo

It's almost as if it is rare AND a stigma.

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suppenhaar

The generation before you can't remember a single interracial couple.

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queenroseaddic

what is being done is technically, specifically and textbook sexual grooming, only now its being done on a governmental level state sponsored sexual grooming of kids , i never thought man-made horrors beyond my imagination would happen before i even turn 30

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brumbovh

surely you guys aren't ignoring the transgender scene that was so popular it became a movie trope to have a man dressed as a woman... or even the overly stereotypical femboys of thailand where the behaviour was more socially acceptable for longer.... or even ancient texts describing people wanting to change gender.... joan of what now?

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ekmanis2

Ye but problem with this trend is that whenbu do chop of ur dick or vagina and make some mockery out of it it will not disapear when u get bored from being transgenda

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slightlyamusing

If you can't understand why there were less openly trans, gay, asexual etc. people around when you were a kid, you might be quite dumb.

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