[–] hmimperialtortie 🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈 46 points

“We’re both clueless”

She never said a truer word, if this is real and not trolling.

If you have a brother, he could donate sperm

How transphobic to assume if you have a brother he can make sperm. What if the brother is a transman?

If you have a brother, he could donate sperm

Did they just advocate for incest? Regardless that the insemination is done by a clinic, sister+brother=genetic defects.

The suggestion was that the "boyfriend" get pregnant from OP's brother. I assume OP could also get pregnant from her "boyfriend's" brother. Of course, even TRAs assume that brother = male.

I can’t figure out why being pregnant wouldn’t be dysphoric to TiFs that this suggestion made it through. They go all gun ho forcing us to change our language at risk of losing our jobs to stop reminding them we don’t believe in gender ideology and then TiPs do the most biological thing and create children.

I feel stupid because I assumed they meant their boyfriend is a male "transitioning" to female, and I thought it would be a discussion about freezing sperm. But fuck me, wow.

Don't be, that's what's so insidious about this pronoun shit and language smokebombing. People have to doublethink.

[–] Lipsy #bornnotworn 5 points

I know this thread is an entire day old, which relegates it to the dustbins of ancient history on here, BUT who can resist a terrible dadtype joke:

Right now it's totally understandable to ask how is babby formed... because right now nobody seems to have any formula for a bab[b]y!


See? The crickets LOVED that joke! That's why you hear them so loud


I was home schooled. My parents borderline refused to teach me ANYTHING about sex. They certainly didn’t explain trans stuff to me. No one did. I had a James Dobson book to teach me about sex so my parents didn’t have to. It spent one paragraph explaining that “sex is when a man and a woman take off all their clothes, the man inserts his penis into the woman’s vagina, and they move it around until they get a tingly feeling called an orgasm” (this is almost verbatim) until going back to the main theme of “women like men for who they are, and men like women for what they look like, and that’s that.”

Even I can EASILY see the problem here.

Don’t tell me these people don’t know how to use the internet. The internet is how they got to this point in the first place.

I almost think this has to be a troll.

I’m surprised they have enough brain power to breathe. Definitely too stupid to raise a child if they don’t even know how one is made.

[–] GCRadFem 19 points

Unless they are 8 years old, this has got to a trans fiction. Right?

[–] crodish [OP] 33 points Edited

Comments say they are 18 and understand egg and sperm but didn't know if the same rule applied for the LGBT 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️

[–] GCRadFem 12 points

More information available online than ever and yet, here they are.

Hope nobody tells them because these two people should not be raising a child.

The rainbow stork brings babies to same-sex couples. Just wait for it…

This would be a beautiful children’s book, if I believed in lying to children.

[–] crodish [OP] 11 points Edited

Sex education has failed and people are fucking stupid.

Image Transcription: Reddit


Help needed

Is there another way I would be able to get pregnant with my trans boyfriend without using donated sperm? I'm a cis female, and he is trans, I want to carry the child.

He is currently not on T if that matters.. We're both clueless and don't know a thing about how all of this works...so help would be appreciated. Any explanations and articles are welcome.


The fucking comments 🤦‍♀️


Please do more research about how reproduction works if you’re planning on having a child. This is a little scary to read.


Relax, we are only 18 and plan to have a child at 25-27. We just wanted to know how it works.


You should understand basic reproduction at 18 and what it takes to reproduce. It’s great you’re willing to learn but crazy to me that this is a question.


i know about regular reproduction, with a sperm and an egg, what I've never been taught however is how trans/lesbian/gay couples have children, and i simply wanted to be informed with all the possibilities of having a child with a trans partner. i dont know if any of this made sense, i dont speak English.


[–] [Deleted] 🙉🙊🙈 13 points

"I don't know if any of this made sense, I don't speak English"

no it didn't make sense but believe me, it has nothing to do with English

It’s less the lack of speaking English and more the lack of speaking anything remotely in touch with reality.

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