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Should I become Tyrone (serious post)?

I'm a tranny that's tired of being alone and bitter over not being able to pass as a girl. I think I should just give up my dreams of being a passing female because I'll just remain a man-woman-harambe hybrid thing if I keep chasing the unobtainable. I also don't like the trans community (quite frankly they're cucked beyond belief). It's clear to me now that my dream of being a woman died when I was denied hormones during the time when it could have made a difference.

I could become Tyrone with alot of work, and effort. I can easily do it though it would be the ultimate suifuel. Im 6'1, with a good "male" frame, somewhat of a good face (somewhat babyfaced), decent hair (I'm mixed) and light skin. So honestly potential is there, I just need to lose the weight and build muscle.

It would be the biggest source of suifuel but at least I wouldn't be alone (by this I mean having friends, not losing my V-card) anymore. I would still be angry all the time but at least I wouldn't be a loser and people would respect me since I'm Tyrone (and focused on my future).

ImprovingCel, r/Braincels 5 Comments [1/7/2019 4:57:47 AM]
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Pharaoh Bastethotep

light skin

I thought "Tyrone" means a black Chad.

1/7/2019 7:55:43 AM

Doubting Thomas

@Pharaoh Bastethotep

That's what I thought. Is he going to try to pass as black?

And frankly, if I needed advice for life, the absolute last place I'd visit is a website populated with incels.

1/7/2019 12:43:18 PM

HS

Am pretty sure "light skin" in this context refers to a light-skinned black person. For understandable historical reasons, there's
a lot of African-Americans who are quite lighter than their ancestors from Africa originally were.

Also, this person claims to be mixed, and, well, one drop rule still works in the U.S.

1/7/2019 1:38:00 PM

Skide

Yeah, whatever this dude thinks he might be, he never was a woman in the first place. Real transfolks don't tip-toe around these things like they're bloody RPG classes to choose on level up.

1/7/2019 6:12:15 PM

Basiorana

It's also possible this person is just having a really tough time with transition and needs social/ emotional support. A lot of transwomen who transition later in life and feel like they can't pass go through a period of disillusionment and debate if it's worth it or if they'd rather go back in the closet- the "is dysphoria really worse than transphobia" internal debate.

I hope they get real support and figure themselves out. I don't see misogyny here as much as someone beat down by transphobia.

1/12/2019 7:15:52 PM

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