Nothing grinds my gears quite like this bullshit about trans identified men having "periods".

"I have every symptom except the bleeding! I spend DAYS on the couch crying, eating ice cream, and downing pain killers like a real woman!!!" So you have every symptom EXCEPT the only symptom required to menstruate? If you aren't bleeding it's not a period, this is the most simple concept in the world (besides the concept of only two immutable sexes) and they are so disturbingly ignorant of it.

I'm not even arguing that it's insulting to real women to fake periods and reduce them to stomach cramps and moodiness (even though it fucking is), but the idea that you can know the definition of menstruation and still say TIMs menstruate is such horseshit I can't deal with it. And they die on this hill! You can't be reasonable with them and politely and calmly point out that lack of shedding of the uterine lining means that whatever symptoms TIMs experience is not due to menstruation.

It's infuriating and one of the things that pushed me to peak.

I don't know but I don't think it will ever get to the point where transwomen can have simulated brain activity

but why does it matter 🤔 I thought 'gender identity' had nothing to do with biology and menstrual cycles have nothing to do with womanhood...

i swear the disciples of transgenderism are the stupidest most pea-brained fucks I have ever had the displeasure of encountering. logically inconsistent misogynistic fetishistic perverts and a complete drain on society.

My cis gf usually uses me as a warning sign that her period is coming up, as I tend to get mine a few days to a week before her

That most definitely happens, guy... /s

"A cis friend and I literally started cramping on the same day last week... I have become the Midol dealer among my friends. But yeahhh, I understand how some girls who don't get cramps feel like they're missing out, but yeahhh I'd rather be kicked in the nether region in terms of pain and discomfort."

Who wants to bet his friend got her period and he decided he wanted to skinwalk her? "I totally have cramps too, fellow woman! Here is some midol, now give me your used tampon for my fetish validation or you're a bigot!"

Who wants to bet his friend got her period and he decided he wanted to skinwalk her?

That was my first thought.

Also, Midol dealer? I hate how they think that happens so often. Girls and women learn to prepare for their period pretty quickly after we first get it. Although I feel safe and comfortable asking a woman for a pad, tampon, etc. I'm just not often in that situation to begin with.

I think I've taken Midol maybe once? These people think we are walking stereotypes, and that we're constantly starting our periods on short notice without any inkling of our cycles or ability to plan ahead. The more I think about this comment, the more insulting it is to women and girls. Midol dealer. This is pure fantasy. I wonder if he has ever actually interacted with a woman.

If it's not just fantasy I'll bet he's friends with a bunch of handmaidens who are tripping over themselves to validate him.

How have so many of the men in that thread deluded themselves into believing cramps are the same thing as a period? The fuck? And why on earth would someone want a "simulated period," other than to fetishize female pain and discomfort?

You have to remember, these are the same fucks who think PMS makes all women bitchy and that 'cramps aren't that bad lol' because either they don't value women's pain or they only knew women who had manageable periods and period pain so they think other women are exaggerating.

They clearly think having period pains helps validate themselves into womanhood, as if that's what defines a woman ('cause they certainly don't care about sex).

I don't need a simulated one, I have a monthly cycle. Many trans women do. No bleeding but every other symptom. I've been formally diagnosed with PMDD by my family doctor too

WTF dude.

Doctor’s probably worried this guy would show up with a gun if they didn’t acquiesce to his demands

This made me so fucking angry to see.

Actually diagnosed with PMDD. It's miserable. I have lost so much because of it and I'm finally getting treatment.

No dude, you do NOT have PMDD.

Oh God, one is claiming to have been formally diagnosed with PMDD by their GP. He probably typed that with one hand.

Wtf? If that's real, his doctor needs to have their license taken away.

There's no way it's real...how can you have PMDD with no menstruation? I truly hope doctors aren't this far up the asses of TRAs

[–] GCRadFem 15 points


Clowns, the lot of them.

Someone should invent a TIM pretend period app. With the app, they would have to buy a TENS unit and when it’s time for their PP (pretend period), every 28-30 days (depending on their choice) they can slap that TENS on their man-tummy and we can remotely initiate doubled-over in pain, pretend period cramps.

They would love it.

And give them some laxatives too. I have endometriosis, I don’t know what we would have to do to simulate that. They would be super sorry they ever asked.

There would need to be technology for you to ovulate which requires no y chromosome so.. no :l Also its creepy how all their information about being a woman/female is secondhand and detached you could outright lie to these men that women have 4 toes and they'd start crying about how they were born in the wrong 5 toed body and they always knew that they were destined to have 4 toes like a true wommen. That is absolutely not a natural or inherent tendency it's a socialised obsession and objectification of other people.

[–] Lipsy #bornnotworn 1 points


6 toes is better than 4, if only because their panicked search for a surgeon who'll somehow add prosthetic toes would be infinitely more amusing and pathetic than just finding a chop shop that'll remove them (they could "just" give themselves frostbite and gangrene in one toe for that, NBD right?)

For what purpose? And at what cost? And at how much more cost thrown at it than at things like, say, endometriosis research?

Why would anyone research endometriosis? It only affects 10% of all women. 😂

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