Discussion in 'Serious Chat' started by Gloomy Mushroom, Apr 10, 2012.
Well, I support it. One can argue 'natural,' but as it was pointed out before, beauty pageants are full of fake women anyways. I'm not being insensitive here, but I've had more than my fair share of run-ins with beauty queens and they all seemed very plastic and fake to where I can have a preconceived notion that they are all that way... My run-ins with transgender people have mostly resulted in pleasant experiences. As someone said earlier, they are probably more real than the competition.
I think there was an interview with Barbara Walters that had before and after photos.
I just tried to "like" this. I spend too much time on Facebook.
In the context of this post, I'm not sure how calling her a slut isn't defamatory. If you're going to use words like that at least commit to them.
i think he means the term "slut" and its meaning apply to her accurately, rather than just calling a girl a slut because she's attractive and chose someone other than yourself
Nope. I don't like this.
Whichever the case may be, accusing someone of being a slut, in the context a list of negative traits they apparently possessed in high school no less, is pretty defamatory.
Because I don't want to be drooling over some - GUY.
Lmao she's not a guy. Besides, are you that insecure. If a girl is hot a girl is hot. Her past doesn't even matter.
No one's forcing you to drool over anyone.
Transgender people almost always believe they were a member of the opposite sex at birth. In her mind, she's always been a she. If you love someone enough, shit like that wouldn't matter. Especially if you're attracted to them.
Each person's opinion on beauty is different, I dont even understand why these contests exist. If anything it teaches us to be more shallow and judge a book by its cover.
Having transgender people in this pagent might open some eyes as to where the world is at today, and appreciate that everyone is unique.
Isn't everyone entitled to like people for what they are and not what they have or don't have?
To be honest i'm only looking at the contestants, not fucking them, so I don't have a problem with that.
It's nice to see most people here are open to this.
Here's the thing. It's not an accusation, and by definition the term applies to her. I won't go into details, but things went down numerous times and she had various meetings with the head office as well as our city's school board due to her behavior; it was more than just something out of the rumor mill.
Society sucks like that.
Then don't. Also, she doesn't identify as a guy, so she isn't a guy.
See what I did there?
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