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- n. Alternative spelling of transsexual.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who has undergone a sex change operation
- n. a person whose sexual identification is entirely with the opposite sex
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I also noticed that she decided to use the term transexual with the full knowledge that, that term coming from a cisgendered woman is inappropriate.
I’m not entirely sure that there are, as being transgendered or transexual is a different thing to being a transvestite or cross dresser.
Because while it’s possible to take on the characteristics that people associate with the opposite sex, the word transexual brings to my mind biological definitions, and the word’s definition can’t include changing someone’s genetics to the opposite side of a spectrum.
As to whether a transexual is a he or she, it is up to that person.
Cetta to call a transexual woman a man id transphobic and akin to calling a racially diverse person by a name they find offensive.
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Ideally nobody would identify me as being ‘transexual’ per se, but rather just who I identify as.
The fact is that I am transexual, and it is harder.
In one shot, she is crouching on all fours dressed in a leopard print underwear with matching hat and stockings as famous transexual Amanda Lepore prepares to whip her bare behind.
What was so revolutionary about her wasn't merely her status as a transexual; it was a certain polymorphous quality, an ability to straddle multiple identities at once.
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