Thursday, September 29, 2011

New phone

So i got a new phone. Finally huh? It is a samsung infuse and i really like it. I thought i would try bloggin with it so here is that attempt.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Still no phone

Well I don't have a new phone yet. I still haven't decided what I want to get. I wonder if regular guys have such a hard time deciding things also. That seems to me to be more of a feminine quirk than a male one. At least that is how our society portrays it.

After typing that it occurs to me, how exactly am I aware that society portrays things in anyway? I suppose if I were to come up with something, it would be TV. I am taking my ideas of what society says is acceptable from what I view on TV. I wonder how many other people do that. What did people do before TV? Books, newspapers, magazines. Hmm...

It's not as if people go around surveying random other people. Without that sort of input how do we know what exactly other people really do think? Don't we all really just get our opinions of what society thinks from our media?

I think we should go with what we individually think. Of course even with that, I wonder how much our opinions are really valid. How influenced are our opinions by the media we have been exposed to? So is what we think of as our own feelings actually the feelings that a media driven by profits put into us all.

Okay too pontificatious. Nice made up word huh?

Thursday, September 8, 2011



I'm in the market for a new phone. Any suggestions?

Yeah, didn't really think so.

Have you heard about Chaz Bono going on Dancing with the stars? I heard about it sometime last week. I also heard that all sorts of people are very upset that he is going onto the show. They are saying things like, they thought it was a family show, that he's not really a he because he hasn't had a complete sex change surgery.

You know I think the truth is that there are people that will never accept a transgender person as the opposite sex. Actually now that I think about I think most people would never accept someone as being the opposite gender from what they were born as, unless they can't tell.

For example, while I have never really encountered anything really negative about me being dressed as a woman, people do tend to treat me as a guy dressed as a girl. Which is exactly what I think I look like. And I have had no surgery to modify me to look more like a girl. And you should see people's reaction when I talk to them, which obviously sounds very much like a man. As I am after all a man and it becomes pretty undeniable at some point. I don't mind this at all, I actually anticipate it and think of it as an eventuality. But what about someone who really does want to change their gender. What if I did have surgery and didn't have guy parts anymore. Would that make people treat me any more like a girl than they do now? I don't think so unless I had some pretty major surgeries. Like, not only genitals, but face, hips, butt, voice (can you do that?)

I think that in order to be really accepted as a woman, everyone needs to look at you and see nothing but woman. Hell some people don’t even think some real women are actually women.
Speaking of women, have you ever noticed how many cross-dressing women they are? No one seems to call them cross-dressers or transvestites, they are just women in pants. Hmm… Interesting.