Translation: I didn’t read a thing written in this article and just want to mansplain something to a trans man who actually studies this stuff and is in this field.
I’m confused by what you’re meaning by referring to trans women when I was speaking about trans men and the need for inclusive language regarding them as they deal with menstrual issues as well as cis women.
One book that was from a history class I took was called “Gender in History: Global Perspectives” by Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks. It’s a good introduction to the concepts of gender and the history of the feminine gender as well, though I will say it is primarily western focused so it leaves some to be desired.
(From the article itself)
“ Please note, this article is not saying that you shouldn’t be aware of your surroundings and take steps to remain safe. This article points out that time and time again, it is the VICTIM who is required to take all the steps to prevent their sexual assault, and if they don’t take every step, they are blamed in some way for…
The argument applies for all people, cis/trans/outside the binary. The reason the focus of the article is on trans people is because that is the current issue being discussed that is being used to justify transmisia and hatred of trans people.
I agree that there are a lot of cases with children being diagnosed due to being different than the majority of kids. While there are some kids that do have the medical conditions listed in my article, it’s distressing how often any child who doesn’t conform to expectations gets slapped with a diagnosis.
It literally says it on the bio that sits both at the top and the bottom of the article.
Either way, I am not going to even entertain listening to someone telling me what I personally have dealt with and have spent years working on understanding. You’re more than welcome to sit there all day and make assumptions, but the…