Pulvis Et Umbra Sumus
- Jan 24, 2012
I sadly have to agree with you on this part.Redryhno said:Most of the time I think most of the problem comes from most uses(that's alot of mosts) being surrounded by venom and a bunch of negativity. Whether or not it is being used as derogatory(personally, most uses are to me because of this), there's just too many instances of it being used as the former, and very little of the latter.
If it happend on the 'wonderfull' internet, being anonymous only helps causing this kind of vileness.
I have to admit, other than cisgender I have never heared of any other words used with 'cis' slapped onto it (for a lack of a better word). Sorry that I cannot say much about this.Redryhno said:Not to mention the proliferation of other words meant fully as confrontational branching off of it like my favorite cis-plain, cis-normativityed, cis-complain, etc. All the while the people using them not accepting the same stuff like trans-plain being thrown back at them in an effort to show them how silly they're being.
Got lucky that I have a rather feminine body shape, which I'm happy about. Still missing up front so to speak but a dress fits me well.Redryhno said:I do have to ask, why would anybody want to wear women's clothing if not just for a fun few hours if they don't have a woman's body though? Don't listen to Alex from LRR, dresses are supremely uncomfortable the couple of times I've worn them(very long stories) and I still have trouble understanding how most heels (and suits) have stayed around for so long.
The problem is rather that a corset can and will hurt my lower back.