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How to Pee Standing UpI recently realized there is no guide for this anywhere in our group. I've been aware for quite a while that it's not only possible, but relatively simple to pee whilst standing up in a urinal like any other guy, without making a mess.
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1. Get over your fear. No one is looking. No one WANTS to look. Peeing isn't sexy. No one cares, no one will notice. If anything, you're confirming to people who weren't entirely sure that "I am a boy who just looks sort of female."
2. Pull your pants down to just under your butt. You don't want to do this in a short shirt, I suggest (at least until you're good at aim) wearing shirts that go down to about where your fingers are when standing relaxed. Eventually, with some work, you can pee through the fly of regular jeans without pulling down too far, but I've never managed it and I've been trying for a few months now.
3. Stand with your feet about shoulder width apart, crotch forward, shoulders back. This assists in aim, and this position helps first of
The Gated Trans CommunityI hate the concept of identity as gated community.
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I've been seeing this in trans circles lately, this idea that you can't just have anybody identifying as trans, or the next thing you know, the bums will take over the whole neighborhood! You'll have those giggly yaoi fangirls who want to be bishounen because bishounen are hawt, and those creepy guys who want to be girls just so they can have sex with lesbians, and they will poison the community.
To which I wonder, poison with what? I'm serious here, how exactly will they harm the community?
If they're creepy, fetishistic people, well, that's certainly not a province solely for the cis. I've met creepy asshole trans people before, and I avoid them for being creepy assholes.
But that's not what you're really worried about. Because you're not talking about poisoning our community with creepiness and assholery. You're talking about our community being poisoned with
Bi-Gender, what it means and why you need to know!So a few times I have attempted to explain how I feel in regards to my gender in the simplest terms, but almost no one, from strangers on this site to the people I live with, seem to quite 'get it' except for the few I have come across that feel exactly the same. This is probably because I've barely pushed the topic, but perhaps also because I've not really gone that in depth about it. To start with, I should point out that being bigendered is not the same as being Intersex. That is where you are born with the sexual organs of both sexes (or in rarer cases you are born with none at all) and your parents choose your gender at birth and raise you that way. It is possible to be both bi-gender and intersex however, and this brings me to my main point. Your sex is purely physical, and is decided at birth based upon your genitals (quite a reasonable way to do it of course) but your gender is a different thing altogether. Gender, and this is bit most people don't know anything about, is a mat
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