- Type: SeTi
- Development: l--l
- Attitude: Directive
I think you have a fundamental misunderstanding of transness in general
Yea I felt like the perspective I was trying to illustrate required little to no understanding of transness and purposeful structure of labels in order to get the point across. I can see new labels being necessary to counter balance mainstream ones thereby expanding what we know as measurable in the physical world. But to merge the physical into our non-physical aspect of ourselves? What would happen if I said I am black? I’m I saying I am apart of those with the same relative experiences of possessing the skin pigment or am I saying I am the skin pigment? If the former I find it to be just as fair as me saying I am an individual separate from race. If the letter I find it to be as fair as saying someone saying they are a chair. I’m not sure if I am finished BRB I have med appt >”>.