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It’s becoming a common occurrence for people to be shamed for their sexual desires in the lgbt community.
I would like to argue why this is bad for everyone.
But more and more certain members of the queer community feel a sense of entitlement to deride other people for their sexual attractions.
I want to strongly state that I don’t want to be insensitive to anyone in the trans community.
I can’t imagine how difficult it would be to feel unhappy with the body you were born with.
When it comes to queer women’s culture, in particular, many lesbians misguidedly deal with trauma from the patriarchy by attacking essentialist notions of manhood.
But the penis is not an essential element of manhood — it can beautifully and comfortably coexist with womanhood in one body Radfems, you’re not just missing out on great sex…I care that you don’t bother to interrogate the origins of your phallus-based distaste for trans women, and think about whether it’s actually a dislike of the organ that’s happening here or whether transphobia and a refusal to view trans women as women is involved.
And it is affecting the lives of people face to face in the queer community. Gay men don’t seem to get nearly as much of this because frankly they don’t tolerate it and gay/bi trans males are a relatively smaller number than lesbian/bi trans women. Some women suggest this guilt tripping by trans activists and allies perpetrates “rape culture.” This may be hyperbole but hardly more hyperbolic than calling a lack of attraction to trans women as “transmisogynistic.” Below are some quotes from Tumblr and other sites.
We can blow this off as the extremes of the Internet but young people are in fact growing up on this Internet and are as influenced by it as anything else in their day-to-day lives.
Not with your toxic biological essentialist attitude.