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- adj. Nonoperational; not functioning.
- adj. Nonoperative; not using or requiring surgical treatment.
- adj. Having consciously chosen not to undergo sex reassignment surgery.
- adj. Nonoperating; not directly involved in the mechanical operation of trains.
- n. A transexual or transgender person who has consciously chosen not to undergo sex reassignment surgery.
- n. A rail worker not directly involved in the mechanical operation of trains.
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I read somewhere that you can get a non-op registration from many states where you make a statement of fact that the vehicle will not be in the US.
We have expired California plates, but we sent in a "non-op" to the DMV when the plates were first due.
That means we want no admirers, no crossdressers, no TGs, no non-op, no shemales, no "sissies," or any other non-TS here.
Some can't, and the border between full-time crossdresser and non-op TS is blurry.
Those who are merely non-op women are, well, non-op women, and not men at all.
Sometimes her body image is cross-gendered too, and she's non-op.
I know some women who are more feminine than me who are non-op.
I do not put them down, but if it comes down to the law saying men and women transsexuals pre-op, post-op, or non-op then I will say lets do that.
No distinction is made between permanent cross-dressers, and non-op and pre-op transsexuals.
If you want to include gender expression outside of gender identity I'm fine with that as it does cover both pre-op and non-op men and women.