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TERF arguments can be hard to argue with as they are good at asking gotcha questions in bad faith, especially as he hadn’t thought about them much. He probably shouldn’t have engaged with her and just punished her straight away and I don’t know why he didn’t.

The witch made too many logical arguments. The man in authority should have just burned her without a trial.

That said, it was risky for the girl to record the conversation and post it. OP does say he lives in Maine, and a quick google search shows that one-party-consent recordings are legal there, but I don't know if there are extra stipulations in the realm of education.

Part of what made me realize I was trans was that I hated the way cis boys talked about women and didn’t want to be like that. And this made me realize I am a girl.

Not being sexist != female

[–] spw 11 points Edited

Part of what made me realize I was trans was that I hated the way cis boys talked about women and didn’t want to be like that. And this made me realize I am a girl.

I have really bad dysphoria, particularly after going to the restroom as I find it hard and it's a reminder about my penis and I find that really hard. After going to the restroom one time I had a bit of a breakdown about it.

So not liking the way boys talked about women made him realise he was trans? I would have thought his supposed crippling dysphoria he has every time he sees his penis would have been the bigger clue? Or did that not exist before he decided he was trans? I wonder why that could be?