Is anyone else fucking sick of hearing “I’m a woman trapped in a man’s body” or vice versa?
Tear out of his body if that’s the case, dammit!
I only consider this phrase to be accurate because of society. I wasn’t born in the wrong body technically, I mean it’s my body, not anyone elses. It’s just that in the context of how I identify, and how people will see me then yeah I guess I was born in the wrong body. Also, its probably the best way to describe it to cispeople if you don’t want to here ” How are you a woman, you have a”…yeah
ahahahahah inappropriate image!!!!!! *stabs eyes out*
much better =D
crud i just realized that i sounded mean…….. D=
Sry! i was joking around! its a good one!
hmmm…… i gotta think before i post……..
Bald girl, blood, nudity.
ah, best comic ever in my personal fetishist opinion.
As a guy, Adrian always looks pretty awkward. She also looks more asian as a guy then she does as a girl. What ethnicity is she?
The beginning of a zerg rush.
Anyone else thinks it’s weird that the woman in blue appears to be thinking “Oh no! My clothing appears to have been covered in blood! However will I get it out!” instead of “Holy shit! A person just erupted out of another person!”?
Those are the mysteries of life, resistance is futile.
I’m not as sick of the phrase as I am of people whining about the phrase. Real simple, if you don’t like the phrase, don’t use it. Believe it or not, the phrase can be useful as a jumping off point when you need to smack a cis person with a clue by four.
OTOH, I LOVE this comic. This is so damn near to the little movie in my head every time the phrase rolls around.
Any for a revolution?
I’m so sick of that phrase too, Evelyn. No one is born in the false body! Indeed you have only one and this one is always right… There are just few things you want to change but that don’t mean you’re trapped or something…
Haha, brilliant : D.
I KNOW I thought the same thing too my psychatist was insistant on asking me if I used that term to discribe myself.
“I can’t be ‘trapped’ Because that would imply a desire to escape. To escape your own body is to die. My body has male attributes and those arn’t right in my mind.”
*Beweildered robotic look*
Ugh it’s only second to the part when he spoke about sex. 53year old cis-man talking to a full time 22year old transwomen about sexual experience.
“Ever been with a man taken his penis into your anus and imagined it was a vagina?”
(What the fuck is this guy on?) “umm… I’m afraid I don’t understand the question.”
He wrote that I was a lesbien because of that answer. >_<
“Born with the wrong sex organs”
Haha thats awesome Pebbles XD
I don’t get why people think they can just ask us sex questions that they wouldn’t ask anyone else. I don’t like being asked if I’m planning on having surgery, I can’t explain why but I get embarrassed.
If the chest-buster from “Alien” was made to be funny, this is how it would have been done. I love the look of the cis-woman in the last panel, not actually horrified, more like “How am I gonna get this mess cleaned off?”
Aha the blonde is actually trans also.
I approve of this.
Chest Bursters Ahoy!
You know, it really depends on the mood I’m in. Usually I just see myself as having the wrong parts, but sometimes I get into this nifty li’l headspace where it genuinely feels like I’m trapped in someone else’s body.
For other people, I don’t mind them using it because it’s their decision, their perspective, yadda, and I know how hard it can be when you’re starting out to explain to a cis person exactly how you feel, so you rely on the tried and true. It is essentialist and often inaccurate and that does annoy me, but I’m not going to be the one to appoint myself the language police for other trans people.
(To be honest, it annoys me a lot more when fat people say, “Inside of me is a skinny person screaming to get out.” You’ll notice thin people never say “inside of me is a fat person screaming to get out,” and there is a reason for this. HONESTLY, IF YOU FEEL THAT WAY YOU SHOULD STOP EATING PEOPLE.)
Look, it’s the birth scene from twilight.
Maybe I’m just nuts, but I don’t see it as “my body + flaws.” The last time I tried to associate myself with this thing, I stabbed a hole in its cheek. I hate it, but I’m trying my best to make it tolerable.
Thinking of it as mine makes me sick, though.
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