25 thoughts on “Worst Parts of Being a Man (FTM)”

  1. @Sam Switz I’m a tell you something about men. It’s true that we don’t talk that much to each other. Maybe that’s because a huge chunk of our attention goes to our special person, but I’m not to sure about that. Just let me tell you that actually there is a huge chance a college, who you have barely talked to, will help you when you are in dire need without much asking. I’ve made my experience with men and women. Women tend to talk a lot more, but the average of people that helped me has always been quite balanced.

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  2. This is not the "worst part of being a man". This should be titled "what biological woman's on steroid hormones experience is like?"

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  3. You need to work on having a masculine spirit. Men are hard wired to be the defenders of the tribe from beasts and threats. The women that were attracted to men like that survived and reproduced. That's why you're turning them off

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  4. Very masculine face but with feminine mannerisms and body shape (hips, elbows, shoulders, legs) hence people probably thinking, "gay." Being a man is so much more than regular doses of hormones and it's certainly NEVER about waiting to use a toilet cubicle!

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  5. I respect him for not sexualizing and objectifing women. Its about respecting and not wanting to be a creep. Since he has had experience being a women for the majority of his life, he understands how it feels to be sexualized by other straight men, directly or indirectly, he understands the feeling. Anyone who identifies as a women and or is a cis women or is ftm understand this. I have noticed straight men staring at me from a very young age. Its creepy as hell and it is so uncomfortable.

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  6. Huh? Who? What??? They aren’t gay, just nice? Has they lost their minds? One – yes. That’s one of our pronouns. Time travel with me as a gender nonconforming gay man to college in 1983. I fought, and I mean literally bashed back at those who called me a ‘F’ word on campus.

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  7. You talked about light details. Can you talk about physical labor for FTM people and whether you can handle “real man” physical labor? (I’m just curious to know if the stamina and endurance are comparable)

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