Just dropping by, to say that you have my massive respect for enduring and even participating in our jokes here..
And by that, you are imo doing a whole lot more for trans issues than the whole bunch of asshats over at era.
Thanks for doing the right thing, Ailynn!
What I mean is that words should be used to differentiate between different objects/people. If different objects/people are called the same word (like "female" for example), then that word loses its meaning because, it can refer to two completely different things.
Because I like simplicity and truth, I'll only ever consider traditionally biological females to be... females. I know biological males can look, sound and act like biological females, but thats just an impersonation to me and doesnt change what they truly are.
I dont say that to be mean or because I hate women or something, its just logical. If people were trying to bully me into saying the sky is green and the grass is blue, I wouldnt conform to that either. I dont have a problem with either color, I just want my words to be genuine reflection of how I see the world.
The hardest part of French class in high school was knowing the masculine and feminine forms of words. Now it would be a lot easier, I mean if people can change their gender for $6 (in NJ) then it should be easier for nouns in another language.