Wicked Transcendence II

went to the genderqueer support/discussion group at the Pacific Center again; showed up early to change into my Pearl dress (it would be a waste to only wear it once) and surreptitiously slip a copy of Anne Lawrence into the library

I think I mostly enjoy being the token conservative/TERF (um, relatively speaking); I say that my pronouns are he/him "because I don't perceive myself as having a choice in the matter" and probably smashed the record for most uses of the phrase biological sex at one of these

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  1. Thank you for the book recommendation. It strongly spoke to many of my experiences as a trans woman that I've been treating as unmentionable. (Especially among my many trans friends!) I think I'm going to start treating them as mentionable.

    On the pronouns. You may not perceive yourself as having a choice but the thing you really don't have a choice about is whether you have a choice. That's socially determined. Society has spoken; you do. Sorry.

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