Honestly whatever you feel comfortable with. In my everyday life people refer to me as she but I don’t expect it or need it. Thank you for being respectful enough to ask though xx
Love you too. You must have been through a lot xx
You’re welcome. Always happy to discuss things xx
for asking this. I think that they are really important questions. On the
surface they seem quite simple questions but once you start to look at the
implications we can start to understand what the real issues might be.
first question is about the definition of woman. A good place to start with
definitions is usually the dictionary.
An adult human female.”
think that the definitions of human or adult are in contention, but let’s look
at the dictionary definition of female.
I hope you are too!
I don’t remember the context of what I was saying here and I’m too lazy to look it up in a Sunday morning!
What you say about the older generation projecting their experience onto younger generations is certainly true.
Older generations experienced a lot of open transphobia and homophobia and as a result have internalised transphobia that is unresolved. I do often wonder if it is these experiences and resultant (and understandable and valid) insecurities that are being projected onto younger generations and creating this environment of insecurity juxtaposed with entitlement.
Thank you so much for sharing this. It’s really important to hear different voices. I wish you well xx
Why thank you baby radfem xx
Thank you. Don’t worry. It goes with the territory
I hope so too. Thank you.