"World's first vagina museum in London to tackle taboos"
"The museum will be inclusive of all genders because "not everyone
who has a vagina is a woman, and not every woman has a vagina"."
Yeah. I’m not quite sure what to make of that statement.
You see, I’m pretty much of the persuasion that everyone is male, except those of us without testicles.
It’s a language thing.
Mankind, brothers in arms, etc. These terms can refer to men and/ or women.
Logically, my argument could be turned around: everyone’s a woman, except those without a vagina, and I’d find it perfectly acceptable.
The bits between the legs are what makes you, in my eyes, a man or a woman.
And I don’t care which anyone is.
I don’t actually find the distinction all that important. Everyone should be treated equally (as a starting point, obviously... I’m not suggesting Adolf Hitler should have equal rights to Stephen Fry) and people should behave as they want (in matters of dress, speech, love, etc.) and see fit. Without the threat of being boxed into any corner.
That way, you can be a man (a cock), but dress up in the clothes you want, have sex with whoever you want and not need to feel discriminated or feel the urge to mutulate yourself.
I find it sad that so many people want a sex change. Instead of just accepting what they’ve been dealt with and EVERYONE ELSE accepting that too.
But, I’m old fashioned in that regard. Maybe (self-)mutulation goes beyond the realms of my understanding and that, even if everyone did accept the individual for who he/ she is, that they’d still feel the urge to change themselves physically.
I know ladyboys (which is quite a horrible term) in thailand generally don’t mutulate themselves, but accept themselves physically.
But I just saw a documentary on them and seemingly Thai acceptance of them is only centred around certain industries.
Edit: I used the term cock, because my post was banned for using the formal term for it... a bit sick, considering the subject...