Cod philosophy

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I’ve never enjoyed Christmas either.

Right up until I voluntarily escaped the dysfunctional family I was lumped with, “christmas” was a time when I was forced into pretending that nothing was wrong. Misery, and that’s not counting the Big Fairy Story we’re all supposed to accept and spending cash on loads of plastic stuff we don’t need.

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Time is an illusion, lunch time doubly so.
Douglas Adams.

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For years, Sunday afternoons have been the “long, dark teatime of the soul” for me.

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Apologies if this has been posted before.

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Nope, haven’t seen that posted yet.
Profound …

Answer:
A trans man.

(But a woman is significantly more likely as it’s believed that in early societies gender roles weren’t rigidly enforced by the patriarchy, people just did what they were good at.)

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Does a trans man have a menstral cycle?

If men are from Mars and women are from Venus… at least I’m on the right planet.
(I’m intersex!)

  • So other genders aren’t fictitious, I’m neither exactly biologically male nor exactly biologically female.
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That depends on a number of factors…

Are they intersex?
Do they still have ovaries and endometrial tissue?
Are they post menopause?
Are they taking enough testosterone to suppress the ovarian function?
Are the taking a GnRH analogue?
Do they have an IUD, and if so what type? (This may or may not suppress cycling and to a variable degree.)
Certain birth control medication schedules.
Other natural causes.

I may have missed some others.

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Righty dokey Skip :smile: