Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Trans-species is the new gender thingy.

Somebody explain to me how this is not a mental disorder.

'I consider myself trans-species, in the same way transgender people feel, I need to become how I feel inside, I don't expect people to understand but I ask they respect it.

'The fantasy genre makes me happy and because I didn't have many friends when I was younger I submerged myself into it.'

'I started with cosplay but it wasn't enough, I wanted to change to become my own perception of beauty.'

At the age of 14, he was determined to undergo surgery to look more like an elf and six years later he went under the knife for the first time.

He recalled: 'It was the start that led me to decide this was the direction I wanted my life to go in, the recovery was painful and slow but I was happy with how I looked.

'I didn't care for how much it hurt, because it allowed me to get one step closer to my dream of what I want to become.'

Some day, this guy is going to wake up, look in a mirror and wonder what the hell he was thinking. That's going to be a really bad day for him.

The other thing is, when your whole life is spent thinking about how you look, you have no room for anyone or anything else. That's a pretty crappy life.

The Phantom


Alyric said...

Honestly, if you told me that the mainstream politically-correct topic du jour was being decided by a group of drunken frat boys laughing and telling each other "Hey, bro, what do you think we can get them to agree with next?", my response would be something along the lines of "Now everything makes sense".

Jonathan H said...

Self-identifying as everything and anything is the logical outcome of allowing identification on anything not fixed.

Sam L. said...

I'm guessing this guy's good with a life of celibacy.