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This is my final response to a discussion I was in about accepting transgenders and whether it exists at all:

''I read this before I went on a trip to learn more about myself. It's been a while, I know, but I just want a closing word in before I leave it as it is.

I am only going to say this, no matter whether it's a mental state or if it's biological, if you believe it exists or not. People who feel like the opposite sex they are born in exist. The reason for this no longer matters, what matters is giving people the very basic respect someone needs in order to fully live their life without feeling completely miserable. Saying Miss to someone who is a transfemale, instead of calling them sir, can make a whole world of difference and takes no effort at all. If you see someone clothed like a certain sex, adress them as that sex. If someone needs a form to have other options, let them have that option. It won't affect you in the slightest, but it can make a world of difference for them.

There is naivity to be found in claims that indicate nature is perfect, nature isn't and identity not matching the body isn't so farfetched if you consider all the wonders and errors in this world. But in the end, it's all about respecting your fellow human being, regardless of what they identify with. Just be nice to someone who feels different than you do. Open yourself to believe that the person in question, just wants to be themselves. Give them atleast the smallest ounch of respect you can give someone. Call a person how they want to be called.''

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This is my final response to a discussion I was in about accepting transgenders and whether it exists at all:

''I read this before I went on a trip to learn more about myself. It's been a while, I know, but I just want a closing word in before I leave it as it is.

I am only going to say this, no matter whether it's a mental state or if it's biological, if you believe it exists or not. People who feel like the opposite sex they are born in exist. The reason for this no longer matters, what matters is giving people the very basic respect someone needs in order to fully live their life without feeling completely miserable. Saying Miss to someone who is a transfemale, instead of calling them sir, can make a whole world of difference and takes no effort at all. If you see someone clothed like a certain sex, adress them as that sex. If someone needs a form to have other options, let them have that option. It won't affect you in the slightest, but it can make a world of difference for them.

There is naivity to be found in claims that indicate nature is perfect, nature isn't and identity not matching the body isn't so farfetched if you consider all the wonders and errors in this world. But in the end, it's all about respecting your fellow human being, regardless of what they identify with. Just be nice to someone who feels different than you do. Open yourself to believe that the person in question, just wants to be themselves. Give them atleast the smallest ounch of respect you can give someone. Call a person how they want to be called.''

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Also Known As Soulsaint, my name however was ''taken'' by someone else, thus used this name.... IF you see any of my art signed as Soulsaint, I did not steal it it IS mine.... Aspiring artist and Entrepreneur (always wanted to use that word >_> )

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Nigel-Hirst Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the favs
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Thank you for the Iggy fave!
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Esau13 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the faves!
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Hi!
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Thanks for watching!
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TheWiseWeirdProphet Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem, I am 100 % sure I already tried to watch you twice now, this being my third attempt. Maybe in all my enthusiasm I pressed twice on the watch button both times?.. Alas it will remain shrouded in mystery
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fedde Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2013  Professional General Artist
haha, lol. Not the first time this happens though. I've heard the same thing from others as well. =)
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thanks for the fave (:
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Thanks for the fave!
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