Transitive Property

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November 1st, 2015, 5:22 pm

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I know I know I know, there is a disproportionate amount of goths in her high schools. Maybe I just suck at character design, k?

I really wish I could have drown that last frame better, but, hey. This is me here. That other girl also had falsies. She took them out. And why? Well, transitive property, of course! Dr Bernt has helped Annie love herself, and now Annie is helping others love themselves.

What Annie said about chicks comparing their mammaries to other gals bosoms very accurate. All too often I hear trans women complaining about how their breasts will never grow to be 'as big as X person'. Here is a hint: you are not that person. You are you. Just the same as very few people will ever have Angelina Jolie's lips, why would you think your big'uns will ever be the size of someone else's gazongas? Comparing yourself to others is a fruitless endeavour. I know I am smart, but there will always be people in my life smarter than me. I know I am strong, but there will always be people stronger than me. That is just how life is. Stop trying to be someone else and be yourself.

Remember way back when, we had a conversation about bra stuffing? Very few people will actively make fun of you for having a flat chest. If you do it to make yourself feel better, make damn sure you are doing it for yourself and not someone else. If someone mocks you for having a flat chest, are these people you really want to have in your life? Do you value the opinions of a person who would do something like that?

Keep in mind, you may value another person's input greatly. It doesn't mean that they will be right about everything - not by a long shot. Dawkins is an exceptional orator on some topics, and ridiculously ill informed or poor at speaking on others. Does it mean we should dismiss everything he says? Or just sift through the things he should be respected on and ignored for the rest?
Can you say the same about how you look at yourself?

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September 9th, 2016, 10:07 pm

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I wore falsies all the time, when I started out. It wasn't until someone pointed out how large they'd gotten since I began, that I even realized mine were recognizably sized, without the falsies.

When I stopped wearing them altogether, no one said anything. Except one friend in particular who keep telling me I need to wear a bra. :D

I do on occasion, when I'm wearing one of my thinner shirts. But when I wear my old "boy" shirts (with faeries or angels on them), I don't feel the need.

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