Do you wish you were a different gender?

Posted by: PetersSmith

There are many differences between the male and the female gender, but would you like to see if the other side was better? This does not have to technically be transexuality and it could be from birth, AKA you literally wish you were born a different gender.

22 Total Votes

No, I would never

I am completely comfortable with my own gender and do not wish I was born a different gender and I do not wish to change.
13 votes

No, but I think about it sometimes

There is nothing wrong with curiosity, unless it will kill a cat.
5 votes
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Yes, permanently

Either you would have preferred to have been a different gender from birth, or are sick of being a male/female currently and wish to change. Perhaps the other side would have or would be much better. I may have been trapped in the wrong body.
3 votes

Yes, but only for a few hours, days, or maybe a month or so

Maybe it would be interesting to just see what the other gender is like. What would it like to pee standing up? Is the Menstrual cycle really as bad as to how women make it out to be? Would it really be that awesome to touch your breasts every day? ... Are women really that hormonal? Do men really only think about sex? Is growing a beard really that awesome   more
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No, the concept of changing genders is disgusting

Who would ever change their gender? We are born with opposite genders for a reason and it should stay that way. I am revolted just thinking about it. One: Who could ever think about being born a different gender? Being born your current gender is a ... gift and it should be cherished. Two: Changing genders is unnatural and completely out of the question. I feel an innate sense of disgust and contempt and disgust for what they do. They are mutilating their body, impossibly trying to become something they will never be. (You could still support LGBT rights with this option as this could mean it just personally disgusts you, not that you're personally disgusted by transgenders.   more
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Preston says2014-07-31T11:38:42.3699411-05:00
Haha, chosen, you want to manipulate people!
The_Immortal_Emris says2014-07-31T11:55:11.3821602-05:00
I mean, if you've ever seen a woman orgasm, you have to at least be curious. It seems so much more fun than the 10 seconds menfolk get.
Formerland1 says2014-07-31T13:11:15.9999496-05:00
If you really want one that last longer you can just stimulate the pleasure censor of the brain for a while ( brain damage could occur) .
The_Immortal_Emris says2014-07-31T13:13:09.1206422-05:00
I'd much rather just be a lady for a day. Brain damage is so very final.
Rightwing15 says2014-07-31T13:17:36.8438762-05:00
Or we could be the same way we were born and not flip our junk inside out, its a nasty surgery if you think about it.
The_Immortal_Emris says2014-07-31T13:24:52.5220079-05:00
No one is talking about surgery. We're talking about hypothetically and instantly changing genders.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-31T13:45:12.7312340-05:00
Simply driven by curiosity, yes. Although the question would better be suited as "wonder".
Formerland1 says2014-07-31T16:49:35.8243817-05:00
Technically its not a complete change because they aren't producing the proper gametes . Nor can a "male to female" change allow the male to carry a baby ( like get pregnant not hold a baby ). That's why only believe in two human genders , two gametes two genders.
The_Immortal_Emris says2014-07-31T16:52:30.9358171-05:00
Gender does not necessarily equal sex. Gender is the range of characteristics pertaining to, and differentiating between, masculinity and femininity. Depending on the context, these characteristics may include biological sex (i.E. The state of being male, female or intersex), sex-based social structures (including gender roles and other social roles), or gender identity.[1][2][3][4]

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