(19-01-2016, 02:01 PM)Jaded Jade Wrote: I am basically bi/pan as well, so technically there might be some element of AGP for me. Though I generally reject it as a viewpoint because of how callously and invalidatingly dismissive some people (TERFers, binaryist T-folks) are towards NB people using that term. Plus, you never hear them use the term AGP to discuss lesbians at all, let alone in a dismissive manner.
But back on topic, I think the whole trick with being trans and maintaining function is to understand that to function at all, it isn't going to be male function at all any more internally, mentally, and emotionally. You need to understand accept and adapt to the new way things are working, rather than expecting them to work the way the used to.
Agreed. My brain has changed for sure. In some ways I'm like a broody female and I'm definitely on-the-point-of being weepy.
But I'm also not judgemental towards others at all. I just know for sure that I don't have disphoria. I have, instead, an almost unhealthy fascination with the beauty of the female form.