Transgender is Cissexual

Following on the heels of the usual accusations and privilege, one of the things that becomes obvious is that to be transgender, one must be “cis-sexual” as well.

Once you change your body to match your brain, you no longer are “transsexual” as the two are in alignment. The TG will deny that “transsexual” goes away, but the real transsexual-born know better. The transgender are very hung up on reproduction in their denial of my identity as a woman and claim that if I can’t have babies, I am not a real woman.

Further, if I somehow had a procedure done so that I could bear children, I have it on good TG authority I still wouldn’t be a woman, because I wasn’t “born that way”. To the transgender, people like me will never be real women. And that is the ultimate in abuse and control. They want control over our lives.

I reject their greedy, grasping advances and state without reservation that I am a woman, and no less a woman than any other. They have no say in the matter.

Turning to the other claims of the transgender proselytizers, they state that “cissexual” is when a person’s “gender” (or mind I suppose) is in alignment with their body, and they experience no “dysphoria” (whatever that is). But implicit in their denials of my womanhood is the notion that one cannot become “cissexual”, one must be born that way. Why?

I can only assume this is related to the deep shame and self-hatred that most of the transgender feel. They don’t feel there is a cure for these horrible feelings, and so there must be no cure for the body either. It is a case of transference. They transfer these feelings from their emotional anguish into their approach to their problem, and then further project it onto people who were born transsexual. Once they have “othered” these people it is an easy matter to demonize and punish.

The transgender as a group are made up of people who have a body that is in conflict with their desired gender role. One could say that their assigned “gender” is in conflict with their desired gender. At the same time they have no desire to actually change their body beyond a cosmetic affectation, if at all. And they certainly do not want to change the primary sexual characteristic, the genitals. If they did, they wouldn’t be transgender any more, they would be “transsexual” according to their definition.

Therefore, transgender must necessarily equate to “cissexual”.

Transgender and transsexual are polar opposites. You cannot be both. If your “gender” and your body are in alignment, you cannot be called “transgender”.

And a person who experiences no conflict between their body and their mind cannot be “transsexual” under anyone’s definition. Transgender people have no problems with their primary sexual characteristics, and desire to keep them. Transgender is, therefore, cissexual. Quod Erat Demonstrandum.

When transgender aggressors attack people who were born transsexual, they abuse cissexual privilege in doing so.

What about “cissexuality” for the transsexual-born? Is it achievable for us? As a woman who has been through the treatment, I say YES. Without a doubt, without reservation! Surgery is the cure for that demon that has tortured you your whole life. The horrible problem you have been dealing with does have a resolution.

To all the currently transsexual women out there, I tell you that your salvation is at hand. Good surgery is everything you dreamed it was. It gives your life back to you.

Have hope.

Your dreams will come true.

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8 Responses to Transgender is Cissexual

  1. If you’ll allow me to get my geek on.

    “People are stupid. Given proper motivation, almost anyone will believe almost anything.”

    ‘Wizard’s First Rule’, by Terry Goodkind

  2. ariablue says:

    lol =) geek ping!

  3. Circé says:

    Thank you for the plug aria 🙂

    Love your article, way to go.

  4. lisalee18wheeler says:

    “Surgery is the cure for that demon that has tortured you your whole life. The problem you have been dealing with does have a resolution.”

    This is ~so~ true!

    Thanks, Aria.

  5. Holly says:

    cis this cis that !geeze those words are something that is only used by TeeGees & homo`s.
    People in society have not a clue about all the CIS stuff.
    Aria, the aggressors are just men, most of the tg activist are men. Look at their blog sites it is evident, just men pushing more male privilege.
    I know this isn`t really on topic, but had to voice it anyway. Have a nice day…….

  6. Laura R. says:

    Your article makes a lot of sense, Aria. For a transsexual person, surgery removes the conflict between mind and body, therefore the person is no longer transsexual, and has become cissexual. The awful affliction that is transsexualism is cured.

    Transgenderism on the other hand is never cured. In fact, the transgender wouldn’t want to be cured. They enjoy being transgendered. To cure a transgender would require that the person’s desired gender be in harmony with their body. The cure would be to reverse their desired gender, and they wouldn’t want that.

    Transgenders are cissexual because their desired physical sex is in harmony with their body’s sex (they want to keep their genitals intact). If the transgender wanted genital surgery, it would make them transsexual.

  7. dyssonance says:

    An error:

    Cissexual means that one’s sex identity that is, sense of what sex they are) is in alignment with one’s physical sex.

    Cissexual has nothing to do with gender, at all.

    The cis* form that has anything to do with gender would be cisgender, the correlative to transgender.

    It is possible for a transgender person to be cissexual. The best example of this is your typical Tri-ess member, a transvestite or crossdresser.

    The assertion of born that way actually relies on the assertion that one is born transsexual or otherwise gender variant. That is to say, if a transsexual is born such, then a cissexual is born such — if transsexuals are not born, then neither are cissexual — and if cissexual are not born then neither are transsexuals.

    Since transsexualism is a known medical condition with a great deal of evidence indicative of physiological etiology, one can fairly easily state that someone is born cissexual for the same reasons.

    As a result, your assertion is fundamentally flawed, since transgender can be concomitant with cissexual, but does not equate cissexual (iow — you are wrong, and you failed to QED).

    Not your fault, though — you don’t have a grounding in the terminology, and so are likely to make mistakes and errors of this sort.

    On the flip side, some things you are correct on:

    1. “One could say that their assigned “gender” is in conflict with their desired gender.” This is correct, despite the scare quotes.

    2. To all the currently transsexual women out there, I tell you that your salvation is at hand. Good surgery is everything you dreamed it was. It gives your life back to you.

    3. Have hope.

    4. Your dreams will come true.

  8. ariablue says:

    “Not your fault, though — you don’t have a grounding in the terminology, and so are likely to make mistakes and errors of this sort.”

    I suppose you have PhD in terminology too? Fascinating!

    “It is possible for a transgender person to be cissexual. ”

    It is not only possible, it is required as I have outlined. Your changing the definition of transgender to include both people born with birth defects and panty wankers does not change reality. Words have to be connected to reality, but they do not define it. This is the problem with post modern thinking of the sort you and other transgender preachers enjoy.

    “Cissexual means that one’s sex identity that is, sense of what sex they are) is in alignment with one’s physical sex.”

    So you concede that transsexual people can be made cissexual. Thank you.

    And I put “gender” in scare quotes to denote that it is complete and utter bullshit as a concept to define who people are. This is the fundamental flaw with “transgender”.

    The rest of your post-modern rambling doesn’t address anything I say, though I’m sure you can’t see why.