Trans women peeing in public
Erin from Ashburn Age: 31. A beautiful married woman will be glad to meet an adult man from 30 years for secret meetings.
I don't think I went to the bathroom alone for the first two years that I was out. We are way more afraid of you than you are of us, and you are far more dangerous to us than we could ever be to you. And sometimes those attacks happen to trans people when they are simply trying to use the bathroom. No matter what, I know that the simple biological reality of needing to occasionally excrete waste would become an enormous distraction from my education, a huge additional emotional stressor. Then, I wash my hands. Next, I imagine knowing that my school isn't even required to allow me to use the right bathroom.
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Ban Cisgender White Men From Public Bathrooms
I'll avoid drinking much fluid — even though I have a medical condition that requires I maintain excellent hydration. If I'm being honest, though, using any public restroom can be a pretty damn nerve-wracking experience for me. Adding insult to injury, like many other trans women, I use a medication called spironolactone to block testosterone production. I'm there to do my business and get the heck out of there, just like every other woman on the planet. Like many other trans women, I use a medication called spironolactone to block testosterone production. Though there are zero reported cases of trans people attacking others in public restrooms, trans people themselves are the victims of sexual violence , police violence, and hate violence at alarmingly high rates.
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Whitney from Ashburn Age: 28. Looking for a cute, passionate lover. No interference with privacy.
Transgender people just need to pee
Transgender students are already at a frighteningly high risk of depression, anxiety, self-harm, and suicide. I came out as trans before the meteoric rise in visibility that the trans community has seen in the last few years, back when we were more urban legend and daytime talk-show fodder than political hot-button issue. Their lives are stressful enough without turning their biological needs into farcical political debates. If I'm feeling particularly adventurous, I'll check my hair and make-up really quickly. Adding insult to injury, like many other trans women, I use a medication called spironolactone to block testosterone production. It became a ritual among my friend group.
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