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This again?

Also Women do not "Have two eggs" they have two OVARIES. One shouldn't attempt to be the authority on a subject when they can't even handle simple biology.

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Now this is my kind of shitpost!

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Meme not fried enough in my opinion but still good.

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"There are only two sexes!"
Wrong. There are at least 36,004 sexes. Possibly more.
The ones found in animals are usually found in four sexes: XX, XY, ZZ, and ZW. XX and ZW are traditionally referred to as Female, while XY and ZZ are traditionally referred to as Male. It's possible to have other sets such as XXY, though. Platipoid in particular have ten genes, which can result in things like XXXXXXXXXY sexes (Although this would be a mutation--Sperm tends to carry XXXXX or YYYYY, not a mix).

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Likewise, your facts lacks... Feelings

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I wish more people could understand simple stuff like this

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FoxFourOhFour said:
This again?

Also Women do not "Have two eggs" they have two OVARIES. One shouldn't attempt to be the authority on a subject when they can't even handle simple biology.

that's kind of the point of this post, people who dont understand biology trying to tell others how gender works

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Rofl at all the inaccuracies in this post! Who ever made this really needs to do some real reaserch.

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Furrin_Gok said:
"There are only two sexes!"
Wrong. There are at least 36,004 sexes. Possibly more.
The ones found in animals are usually found in four sexes: XX, XY, ZZ, and ZW. XX and ZW are traditionally referred to as Female, while XY and ZZ are traditionally referred to as Male. It's possible to have other sets such as XXY, though. Platipoid in particular have ten genes, which can result in things like XXXXXXXXXY sexes (Although this would be a mutation--Sperm tends to carry XXXXX or YYYYY, not a mix).

1. were talking about humans
2. xxy is extremely rare and is seen as just a combination of genders

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DatenWolf said:
Rofl at all the inaccuracies in this post! Who ever made this really needs to do some real reaserch.

So would you then care to share that knowledge with us and tell what's wrong with this post?

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And honestly, why even care when it makes people happy and only person they really "hurt" is themselves. I'm not gonna argue about this because no matter what I say either of sides will yell to go check my facts.
Also, I bet 5$ this ain't gonna stay civil.

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Merkins said:
1. were talking about humans
2. xxy is extremely rare and is seen as just a combination of genders

1. That was never stated in the image. The two examples are even Lions, not humans. That said, ZZ/ZW doesn't exist in lions either.
2. So? Rare or not, it exists, and it's real. People with the XXY genes have a penis and testicles, making them males, but are reported to be able to produce milk, which proves the milk "fact" wrong.

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As a fast talking Jewish gent once said "Facts do not care about your feelings."

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'keep it civil'
Sir, are you familiar with the internet?

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There's a lot to unpack here. And on the source deviantart page. Get the popcorn.

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Ben Shapiro would be proud of this shitpost.

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...I'm not even gonna touch this one. Moving on.

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If you're gonna start flame wars at least do the research first. Even regarding sexes there has been a recognized 3 sexes since the first century. So whomp whomp there. Although those "third" individuals were more commonly referred to as hermaphrodites. The term intersex was first coined in 1917 and proposed as the appropriate term in the 1940s.
Then there's basic inaccuracies like men can't lactate and each biological gender always has it's own sex characteristics. The later of which is the entire reason the Quigley Scale was developed. Not to mention the growing number of recorded chromosome groupings, however uncommon they may be.
Then there are men that have complete androgen insensitivity syndrome, which makes them basically immune to the chemicals in their own body that causes the development of primary and secondary sexual traits so a biological male can be born with and have all of the workings of a female... so yeah just lots of wrong "information" here. And that's strictly from a scientific perspective, not even a social or psychological one.
And just for funsies, all guys start development as females so there's that too.
Anywho, I'm done ranting XP

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Need I point out that other than the cute watermarked couple, who are much hotter on another image* this is one of the ugliest, worst organized, and highly trolly infographics I've seen and that's really saying something.

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Yarsh said:
So would you then care to share that knowledge with us and tell what's wrong with this post?

I am not an the best at biology but the determining factors of what gender people are is incredibly complex. much more so than xx, or xy. non-binary sex has been observed in mammals many times and many studies have taken place that show the non-binary nature of human sex.

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I won't comment on the rest of the image, but this

You feelings are not facts.

is something every single person on Earth would do well to remember.

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The best thing about this is that Maned Lionesses are a legit thing that aren't incredibly uncommon. They display both traditionally "male" and "female" lion behaviors.

Welp.

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Remember cubs there are only two genders, blue and pink...Oh and purple
Remember cubs there are only three genders blue, pink and purple...oh and you can be slightly lighter or darker as well so...
...
There are only nine genders blue, light blue, dark blue, pink, light pink, dark pink, purple, light purple, dark purple and an almost fanatical devotion to the pope
Look I'll come in again

Kurai_Ookami said:
If you're gonna start flame wars at least do the research first.

"Although those "third" individuals were more commonly referred to as hermaphrodites."

True hermaphrodites in humans requires a male + female chimera (i.e. fusion of male and female zygotes in utero). Those chimeras end up with an ovary and a testi in some cases and are technically considered both sexes. And no, they don't have a fully function male & female reproductive tract for those that like that style of art. The reason there isn't a 'third sex' e.g. hermaphrodites or intersex is because those 'third sexes' aren't self propagating. In most cases they're sterile or have greatly reduced fertility either due to dysfunctional genitalia or dysfunctional gametogenesis. Further, if they're successful at reproduction, assuming they do not harbor a germline mutation(s) that caused the issue in the first place, they will have a 'normal' sexed child. This means that nature selects out this 'third sex' either by inability to reproduce or if possible selecting for 'normal' sexed offspring. That means that there isn't a 'third sex' because there is not a programmed and consistent sex system in which we have male, female, hermaphrodite in HUMANS (and to my knowledge all other mammals). In other species, yes there can be males, females, and hermaphrodites. Or JUST hermaphrodites. But we're talking humans here.

(Source 5th year Biology PhD student)

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Anyone else notice they put SEMEN in white making it near impossible to read?

Kurai_Ookami said:
If you're gonna start flame wars at least do the research first.
...
Then there are men that have complete androgen insensitivity syndrome, which makes them basically immune to the chemicals in their own body that causes the development of primary and secondary sexual traits so a biological male can be born with and have all of the workings of a female.

complete androgen insensitivity syndrome (CAIS) is one of many outcomes of botched sexual development. It usually occurs because of mutations of the gene which makes sex determining-region - Y (SRY) on the Y chromosome but other similar outcomes can occur if other genes are mutated that affect the way the body produces or senses signals like androgens during development with varying impacts.

And no, "causes development of primary and secondary sexual traits so a biological male can be born with and have all of the workings of a female."

The early fetus has two sets of precursor reproductive tracts, ultimately the Müllerian duct (female) will develop into the upper 2/3s of the vagina and the uterus, while ultimately in males the Wolffian ducts will develop into the epididymis, vas deferens, and seminal vesicles. In SRY mutations individuals, the Wolffian duct do not get the proper stimulation to remain and wither away (like in females). HOWEVER, the Müllerian duct also doesn't get the proper signals to stick around and also withers away. This leaves these individuals with undescended testis (not ovaries) and the lower 1/3s of what appears to be a vagina. They lack: ovaries, uterus, and a full length vagina.

"so a biological male can be born with and have all of the workings of a female." ←

"so yeah just lots of wrong "information" here. And that's strictly from a scientific perspective" ← Not going to argue that one.

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He drew the male lion with pit hair but the female one without, as if women don't grow body hair, and then proceeds to lecture about biology and talk about how feelings don't dictate facts.

Perhaps his feelings on how women "should" look had some influence on the art here?

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Only 2 genders

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no

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Bullshit, men can lactate.
It's a medical abnormal condition galatorrhea. I love how people flip their shit over any hender discussion.

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seriously tho, maybe people should actually read about human biology, chromosomes, intersex people and human sexes instead of acting like their vague knowledge about highschool's ultra simplified human biology is the absolute truth. (because it is in fact impossible to neatly put people into female and male boxes. no matter what method you try to use for sorting them, there will always be lots of people who are left outside of the box)

and also it would be nice if people at least dabbled into gender related psychology a little before writing this stuff. brains are still physical part of human body and their functionality still absolutely should be taken in consideration (fun fact! trans people's brain structure tend to resemble a lot more typical brain structure of the gender they identify as)

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Sex and Gender are two separate things and need to stop being conflated.

Gender: Not touching this one because there are tons of different definitions floating around currently and it depends on the context / 'field' you're discussing. In many people's opinion, it's how one identifies themselves. For others, it can be how a 'society' defines you. If people want to talk about 'identity' then it's a different discussion.

Sex: In relation to sexual reproduction it refers to the 'body plans' that have been selected for by nature in order to produce viable (and fertile) offspring.

In mammals there are only two viable sexes - males and females. Anything that deviates too far from these 'body plans' is either sterile or has greatly reduced fertility. In terms of reduced fertility, it can be assumed that eventually whatever deviation that produces reduced fertility will not be successfully propagated through time.

If anyone has a particular question or claim they'd like to make regarding sex feel free to ask (or make a claim).
I make minimal claims about 'gender' because it's outside my field of expertise which is biology.

And this isn't to say that a hermaphrodite or an intersex person is any less a person. They shouldn't be treated poorly the same way you wouldn't treat someone with any other birth defect differently. But that's what their condition is, a defect in what is 'normal' biology of a male or female, not some new and 'special' sex.

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Ugh! Why don't anyone get the point? You're a male if you produce sperm optionally that is able to fertilize ovaries and you are female if you have ovaries that optionally be fertilized by sperm, allowing you to grow an embryo in your uterus and give birth. Evolution and genes don't care about the rest wether you like it or not! >w<

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furrrstar343 said:
Sex and Gender are two separate things and need to stop being conflated.

This still confuses me, because both translate to the exact same word into finnish, unless with sex you mean having sex.
So even if they are seperate things, we don't have words for other of the things.
https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/241276655765684225/447923433297149952/unknown.png

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Lord_Eggplant said:
seriously tho, maybe people should actually read about human biology, chromosomes, intersex people and human sexes instead of acting like their vague knowledge about highschool's ultra simplified human biology is the absolute truth. (because it is in fact impossible to neatly put people into female and male boxes. no matter what method you try to use for sorting them, there will always be lots of people who are left outside of the box)

and also it would be nice if people at least dabbled into gender related psychology a little before writing this stuff. brains are still physical part of human body and their functionality still absolutely should be taken in consideration (fun fact! trans people's brain structure tend to resemble a lot more typical brain structure of the gender they identify as)

You're either born with a dick or not a dick, that's the check box. Have you not checked your undies before?

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furrrstar343 said:
(Source 5th year Biology PhD student)

I wouldn't call stating that you're a student a reliable reference. Though it does imply you're still learning, so I'll properly site my source
(Source:UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights)
https://web.archive.org/web/20160304071043/https://unfe.org/system/unfe-65-Intersex_Factsheet_ENGLISH.pdf

furrrstar343 said:
Not going to argue that one.

Ah you're correct. I chose the wrong descriptor and should have used appearances, not workings. The point being that the statement men can't have vaginas wasn't true.

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that sure is a lot of difference between the two sexes but not gender because they are different

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I know there is a lol_comments tag but is there a shitstorm_comments tag too?

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At least proofread your shit, jesus.

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Mairo said:
This still confuses me, because both translate to the exact same word into finnish, unless with sex you mean having sex.
So even if they are seperate things, we don't have words for other of the things.
https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/241276655765684225/447923433297149952/unknown.png

Sex: XX vs XY or something else
Gender: Masculine/boy/man vs Feminine/girl/woman or something else

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I tried to resist commenting here but it seems that nobody has mentioned this yet. Gender is commonly said to be a cultural construct while sex is biological fact. Meaning that the number of genders and the definition of gender is set by society and varies worldwide. It may be interesting to know that in other cultures, there can be more than two genders, such as the Waria of Indonesia or the Hijra of India. In many cases, a culture may view a "third gender" as just as normal as male or female and some even legally recognize more than two genders. There are also many ancient examples of this, showing that it is not a new idea. We may have been raised in cultures that only recognize two genders and had these ideas drilled into our heads. How do we know that the Indians didn't have it right the whole time and we were wrong? It is understandable to feel uncomfortable when confronted with ideas that challenge our existing notions. Remember, cultures are constantly evolving. To the author of this piece, I challenge you to do some more research and try to zoom out a bit, look at this issue from a more broad perspective. Try and see if any of your preconceptions are wrong.

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Either this is made by an idiot or we're on levels of Poe's Law yet unheard of by man.

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I love the comment sections on posts like these.

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Johnny_Joestar said:
You're either born with a dick or not a dick, that's the check box. Have you not checked your undies before?

that is incorrect. person's genitals can be anything between penis and vagina and sometimes person can be born without genitals at all. like i said, do research instead of pretending that the highschool biology is absolute truth

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i feel like half the comment section reads and understands what they want to, and ignore the rest of the facts and information that other people are saying, and then 25% are "butt hurt feeling" children who were taught to feel and not logically think for their lives and failed at the basics of science and the common works of society, and the last 25% are smart and use full facts and knowledge that comes with years of study and research, not something you can go online and search for and claim you understand it in 10 seconds cause it most relates to them.
but what do i know from working with this subject for 4 years with animals and people.

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FoxFourOhFour said:
This again?

Also Women do not "Have two eggs" they have two OVARIES. One shouldn't attempt to be the authority on a subject when they can't even handle simple biology.

also you're not that smart yourself please fact check yourself before commenting.
"Ovaries. The ovaries produce and release eggs (oocytes) into the female reproductive tract at the mid-point of each menstrual cycle. They also produce the female hormones oestrogen and progesterone."

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Shana123 said:
also you're not that smart yourself please fact check yourself before commenting.
"Ovaries. The ovaries produce and release eggs (oocytes) into the female reproductive tract at the mid-point of each menstrual cycle. They also produce the female hormones oestrogen and progesterone."

Read the comment you responded to. FoxFourOhFour didn't say anything against that.

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Furrin_Gok said:
Read the comment you responded to. FoxFourOhFour didn't say anything against that.

what seemed to me is that they are stating that women do not have eggs "BUT" ovaries instead, as i had taken it to be that the ovaries were not eggs (well a cluster of eggs that are produced and released) thats how it read to me, if misunderstood then my apologies.

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Shana123 said:
what seemed to me is that they are stating that women do not have eggs "BUT" ovaries instead, as i had taken it to be that the ovaries were not eggs (well a cluster of eggs that are produced and released) thats how it read to me, if misunderstood then my apologies.

Fox said they don't have two eggs, but two ovaries. Nothing about no eggs at all, just that the count isn't "Two."

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Furrin_Gok said:
Fox said they don't have two eggs, but two ovaries. Nothing about no eggs at all, just that the count isn't "Two."

i gave my what my understanding was and my apology, there really isn't any need to keep stating what i misunderstood and understand now -_-;

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Mairo said:
This still confuses me, because both translate to the exact same word into finnish, unless with sex you mean having sex.
So even if they are seperate things, we don't have words for other of the things.
https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/241276655765684225/447923433297149952/unknown.png

Gender formally refers to how you gramatically refer to something regardless of whether its male or female, and how the rest of your sentence (verb endings, pronouns, determiners, etc.) should concord with it (just like with singular/plural). Hence, in "modern" english (because gramatical gender doesn't exist in english anymore), sex is what you physically are, while gender is what you expect people to refer to you as.

As far as I can tell, though, Finnish is completely gender-neutral as far as grammar is concerned (even moreso than English), which would explain why the distinction between sex and gender is even more confusing to you as it is for most people (which is already quite a lot).

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Fifteen said:
Gender formally refers to how you gramatically refer to something regardless of whether its male or female, and how the rest of your sentence (verb endings, pronouns, determiners, etc.) should concord with it (just like with singular/plural). Hence, in "modern" english (because gramatical gender doesn't exist in english anymore), sex is what you physically are, while gender is what you expect people to refer to you as.

As far as I can tell, though, Finnish is completely gender-neutral as far as grammar is concerned (even moreso than English), which would explain why the distinction between sex and gender is even more confusing to you as it is for most people (which is already quite a lot).

so its a big mess? is what im getting from it @w@

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FXF said:
There's a lot to unpack here. And on the source deviantart page. Get the popcorn.

Your avatar fits so well with this comment

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notsome said:
He drew the male lion with pit hair but the female one without, as if women don't grow body hair, and then proceeds to lecture about biology and talk about how feelings don't dictate facts.

Perhaps his feelings on how women "should" look had some influence on the art here?

God I love when conservative weirdoes have "Facts don't care about your feelings" used against them

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lewdbold said:
The best thing about this is that Maned Lionesses are a legit thing that aren't incredibly uncommon. They display both traditionally "male" and "female" lion behaviors.

Welp.

Maned lionesses are a thing? That's so cool, THE MORE YOU KNOW

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Dickard said:
At least proofread your shit, jesus.

Downvoted for wanting someone to actually correct typos and grammatical errors when they're trying to argue a point. Smh.

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notsome said:
He drew the male lion with pit hair but the female one without, as if women don't grow body hair, and then proceeds to lecture about biology and talk about how feelings don't dictate facts.

Perhaps his feelings on how women "should" look had some influence on the art here?

The dude has his arms in the air and the woman does not. Hard to tell if she actually has pit hair tbh. Also, spoiler: Both of them are covered in hair.

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Quality shitpost

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To add to all the inaccuracies in this nonsense, men actually can lactate...just putting that out there...

Fuck, I hate when people put either the direct image or a link to the artist's account and not a link to the image on the account.

{s}Anyway, I really love how they say that estrogen doesn't make you a women but don't say that testosterone doesn't make you a man.{/s} Why is it always one sided like the bathroom bs? At least for hormones, anyway. The genital thing they stated could go either way. If you're gonna say something like that, at least cover both sides and don't seem biased.

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Edit: The image description helps clear things up a lot. https://cynderthedragon5768.deviantart.com/art/Hey-you-yea-you-read-this-744933131

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Besides the part where it royally messes up by saying women have “two eggs”, everything else is pretty damn true. I love how this sets everything right, bashing against the self-made illusions of delusional people.

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FoxFourOhFour said:
This again?

Also Women do not "Have two eggs" they have two OVARIES. One shouldn't attempt to be the authority on a subject when they can't even handle simple biology.

Oh no. They used the wrong word. Oh well. It still doesn't disqualify literally anything else about this post.

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“Don’t mind me, I’m just here to watch~“:https://m.9gag.com/gag/5459406/morons-morons-everywhere

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Oh, look. An internet-intellectual with a middle schooler's understanding of biology. I also love how they always try to pretend they care about the children getting too confused, it's the exact same argument people were making about homosexuals a decade ago. Have fun being on the wrong side of history and reality ya sad cunt.

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Also this looks like the kind of garbage that Roarey hack used to do.

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NdG_Crimson said:
Oh, look. An internet-intellectual with a middle schooler's understanding of biology. I also love how they always try to pretend they care about the children getting too confused, it's the exact same argument people were making about homosexuals a decade ago. Have fun being on the wrong side of history and reality ya sad cunt.

I have to respectfully disagree. This whole gender identity thing will go the way of the Hippies, especially considering that Generation Z is currently a complete counter-culture to Millennial thinking. If projections are to be believed from the behavior that the oldest from Generation Z entails, then SJW ideologies will simmer, steep, and loose their traction / foothold.

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I see it as there's 2 (and a half) Genders; there's male, female, and hermaphrodite (but that's a mix of the two, it's extremely rare, and it's a mutation).

I just don't like when Gender becomes a personality Zodiac, forced on everyone.

Y'know the saying "I don't care what you do, as long as it doesn't affect me"? That's what's gotten everyone's panties in a bunch. The common worry is someone rudely crusades for pronouns; But that's SJW stuff, and I don't want to base my perspective on that. But others let it and it's a formula for misguided rage on both ends... More so for the SJWs to be perfectly accurate.

Just my attempt at understanding this brave new world of artificial identity crisis.

This comment won't end a thing is the problem, this topic is bound to be debated via flaming keyboard and waste everyone's time.

Which raises the real question: Are the founders of Gender Politics... Trolls?

Bum bum bum!

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Shana123 said:
i feel like half the comment section reads and understands what they want to, and ignore the rest of the facts and information that other people are saying, and then 25% are "butt hurt feeling" children who were taught to feel and not logically think for their lives and failed at the basics of science and the common works of society, and the last 25% are smart and use full facts and knowledge that comes with years of study and research, not something you can go online and search for and claim you understand it in 10 seconds cause it most relates to them.
but what do i know from working with this subject for 4 years with animals and people.

You sound butt hurt

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Dickard said:
Downvoted for wanting someone to actually correct typos and grammatical errors when they're trying to argue a point. Smh.

It's because trying to argue a point with typos and grammatical errors makes you sound like an idiot. You're 'shooting yourself in the foot'.

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This post mixed up sex and gender. Weird. Male and female are terms defined biologicaly by dna and body structure.

Man and woman are terms that represent imaginary social constructions we as a society use to describe to others the role we play in our lives. We made them up. They don't have to reflect our biology, it's just that we decided long ago that our biology determined who we as people can and should be, and that today we have changed our minds about that.

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Dumb science... We all know that the pee is stored in the testicles!

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For anyone curious, the link might not work, but I still managed to get a hold of a big picture on the deviantart page.

https://pre00.deviantart.net/32ec/th/pre/i/2018/134/4/7/hey_you_yea_you_read_this_by_cynderthedragon5768-dcbii2z.png

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Remove the sex education tag. Nothing about this is related to sex ed.

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Kurai_Ookami said:
I wouldn't call stating that you're a student a reliable reference.

Dude...
That person is a 5th year student. They likely already have a degree. They're doing grad school. That is, in fact, a pretty fucking good reference. Lol

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Houston_Jobo said:
Which raises the real question: Are the founders of Gender Politics... Trolls?

Bum bum bum!

Oh... oh my god...

Seriously though... this is just a shitpost... right?

I just... damn. There's so much salt in this... it's like the dead fuckin sea! Lol

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I looked at something else the artist posted in response to negative feedback, explaining that they weren't referring to 'real' trans people (whatever the hell that means), and were instead referring to people who identified with made-up genders like 'fee fi fo fum,' as the artist puts it. If that's the case, I have two criticisms to make:

1: You had a really ham-handed way at going about this, if this was not meant to address 'real trans people' (known in common vernacular as trans people), because that's what this sounds like. When addressing a scientific issue your language needs to be precise.

2: This seems to me like a strawman. I can't read the artist's mind, so I'll give them the benefit of the doubt and assume they just didn't know any better, but there's no credible movement to get you to adapt to pronouns other than he, she, and they. All the transgender people I know still self-identify within the gender binary so I don't see the problem.

Okay, many things here are wrong, but I'll simply only go over the one I'm able to best explain, which would be the mess that is the asexual bit. Labels such as homosexual and heterosexual are referring to sexual attraction. Someone who is asexual doesn't experience sexual attraction, which means they can't look at someone and go "Wow, they're sexy. I'd fuck them." HOWEVER, this doesn't mean they can't enjoy the act of sex itself. Some asexual people ARE sex-repulsed, and find it undesirable, but being asexual does not directly mean they don't enjoy or engage in sexual activities. Someone who is asexual can masturbate, enjoy it, and still be asexual. If they were thinking about someone while masturbating, and/or imagining sex with a specific someone while masturbating, they would not be asexual since they were sexually attracted to someone. If you want to have sex, you CAN STILL be asexual. If you want to have sex with a specific person, you CAN NOT be asexual.

Thanks for coming to my ted talk.

BlueDingo
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2013 5_fingers abs anthro athletic canid canine canis claws collarbone dingo front_view fur gloves_(marking) half-length_portrait holding_arm imiak inner_ear_fluff looking_at_viewer male mammal markings navel nipples nude peachez pecs pink_eyes pink_fur pink_nose portrait pose shy solo tan_fur v-cut

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User: flux_capacitor
Date: March 02, 2013

Image says:
Women have breasts. Men cannot.

Depends on what you mean by "breasts". Technically, a breast is the pectorial muscles plus everything covering it, meaning men do indeed have them. It's basically the chest's equivalent of a "buttock". Seriously, haven't you ever wondered why a bird's breast is called a breast despite birds not having breasts? Then again, "bird pecs" doesn't sound as palatable.

If you mean functioning mammaries, a man actually can grow a pair if you pump enough estrogen into him over a long enough period of time. What it should say is "men don't normally/naturally get them".

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this image is super funny and im reclaiming these characters theyre trans now

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Remember, kids: there are only two ways to be yourself. If you feel differently, you're wrong and bad, get back in the prescribed box.

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lol whoever felt the need to point out all the typos

Can't we just stop trying to shove our opinions down each other's throats and agree to disagree?
I swear, humans are one of the most self-centered and mentally retarded species and I despise having to share a species with so many people.

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Women can birth babies, and men cannot... it's not that hard people

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FoxFourOhFour said:
This again?

Also Women do not "Have two eggs" they have two OVARIES. One shouldn't attempt to be the authority on a subject when they can't even handle simple biology.

Notice how you didn't actually respond to any of the points. Just insead stated that one of his points was invalid, therefor all his points are.

Instead of doing the intelligent thing and building up his argument so you can actually have a dialogue, you are insead going for cheap shots that lead nowhere.

*sips tea*
that's some spicy tea

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I'm a simple gamer. I see truthetosterone, the post rating raises up.

Metallosexual said:
2: This seems to me like a strawman. I can't read the artist's mind, so I'll give them the benefit of the doubt and assume they just didn't know any better, but there's no credible movement to get you to adapt to pronouns other than he, she, and they. All the transgender people I know still self-identify within the gender binary so I don't see the problem.

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