what it is to be a man. How it feels to grow through
puberty as a boy, experience male teenage hormones; how their bodies change;
what it feels like to deal with all of that.
Likewise, men will never know what
it is to be a woman. To experience our lives and live as we do.
How it feels when our periods begin
and we start to grow breasts. How it
feels when the world starts treating you differently because of it. How our emotions run riot.
The experience of being a man or
woman can be described to you, but you will never truly know or understand,
because it was not your experience. You
have not felt it. Lived it. So how can you truly know?
Yet now in 2019 we are told that
men can now be “actual born women”.
Because they feel like or identify as a woman, they are now women. How can you feel like something you have
never experienced? That you have no true
When a transgender woman gets breast augmentation, they see it as way to express their femininity.
Quite frankly though, it is nothing but fakery and bullshit. Breasts have nothing to do with how feminine you are or feel.
The way that transgender women think about breasts, is how men see and think about breasts. As sex objects. They make them feel sexy. They slap them on their bodies and pretend that this makes them a woman. They have no idea.
Trans women will never know how it feels to grow breasts at twelve years old and suddenly men are ogling you in the street. How growing breasts changed you to become something is now regarded as “available”. On the market. An object. Except on the inside, you are still a child who doesn't understand why grown men are whistling and catcalling you in the street.
Trans women can never know or experience what it is like to be told "boys will be boys"when you are sexually assaulted. In school. Daily. At fifteen years old.
Trans women are nothing but parodies of what they think women are. Fake breasts and clothes that look like they are living in a 1980s bordello.
If trans women actually knew the way that women think, had lived our experiences and had had our bodies, they would not be waltzing into our bathrooms, our changing rooms, our hospital wards and our refuges. They would understand the fear. They would understand how unsafe this makes us feel. Not just how unsafe we feel, but how unsafe we are when put in that situation.
But they don't. Because they think like men. They cannot understand that fear. Because they have never lived it in the same way that women have.
What they are is narcassistic men, who only see what they want and trample over everyone and everything to get it. All the while sporting a pair of plastic tits and calling themselves a "real woman".
Don't make me laugh.