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I am transgender and I agree with TRP. How do I expose the inherent conflicts between these two things and become at peace with myself?

by VelvetRage | August 30, 2015 | altTRP

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Me: born with female parts, but I'm a man now. You would not guess in a million years that I was trans.

Switching from woman world to man world was enlightening. It showed me how quickly women can go from treating me as an equal to treating me as a toy. Or a workhorse. My feelings are no longer of concern to them and that was initially weird to deal with it.

I feel pretty alone. What I want to know is

  • Are there any other guys like me?

  • Does anybody know how to consolidate a conservative sexual-social view like TRP with a liberal sexual-social view like the acceptance of transgender people?

  • TRP is the only community that I feel comfortable with, but TRP is probably not comfortable with me. Is there anything that can be done about this? I don't want to be quarantined to r/alttrp, because there are only 600 fucking people here.

  • There is some evidence that transgender people have brains similar to the gender they claim to be, but what is that really worth considering all of the TRP-affirming evolutionary biology and psychology that we pass around the main subreddit?

I considered crossposting with r/asktrp, but they probably wouldn't know what to do with my situation.


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Title I am transgender and I agree with TRP. How do I expose the inherent conflicts between these two things and become at peace with myself?
Author VelvetRage
Upvotes 15
Comments 5
Date 30 August 2015 07:48 PM UTC (4 years ago)
Subreddit altTRP
Link https://theredarchive.com/post/163374
Original Link https://old.reddit.com/r/altTRP/comments/3izn21/i_am_transgender_and_i_agree_with_trp_how_do_i/
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[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'm an RP man, I identify as bisexual, and I date trans girls almost exclusively. I would say "Welcome to the man club, bro!"

Surely, people will have a problem with this, because males shit-test males as much as females shit-test males. Don't care.

If you want to bang hot chicks and improve yourself, go for it!

[–]JeffsRP3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

Regular dude here.

Does anybody know how to consolidate a conservative sexual-social view like TRP with a liberal sexual-social view like the acceptance of transgender people?

I'm fucking a Poly girl with huge left tendencies. She's extremely smart (163 IQ she says). She can't deny the biotruths that I spout at her and she hates it.

There is some evidence that transgender people have brains similar to the gender they claim to be, but what is that really worth considering all of the TRP-affirming evolutionary biology and psychology that we pass around the main subreddit?

You took/take testosterone, right? Your brain is probably more MAN than a lot of the 'men' these days. Testosterone is pretty much the cornerstone of being a man, from birth through to death, testosterone is everything.

TRP is the only community that I feel comfortable with, but TRP is probably not comfortable with me. Is there anything that can be done about this? I don't want to be quarantined to r/alttrp, because there are only 600 fucking people here.

You don't need to post to learn, it's just not going to be as applicable. You're going to need to learn how to teach yourself.

oh, and meditate. I can only imagine the shit that goes through your head. Meditation will help you focus on what is most important to you.

[–]livelikealesbian5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

I am struggling with this too as a lesbian. I have found plenty of truths from the red pill as the dominant partner but I haven't found anyone else who is the same. All I see of lesbians is that we aren't real and all women, lesbian or not, will "switch teams" or "just need the right man". I have to admit it has felt a bit disheartening, as it is nice to find others to relate to. Either way, I'm gonna keep doing me and improving.

It is possible we could have a lot in common if you want to chat. I'm not transgender but I understand the sentiment of where you are coming from and would love to actually be able to talk to someone about this stuff.

[–]SleepThing3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

Perhaps it is best to ignore the majority of trans social views, since you are simply a guy, as the evidence says about brain function and structures. While problems maybe arise from this status, I believe that it is up to you to be above it.

If a guy who believes in Red Pill philosophy sleeps with a post-op trans girl and has no idea, does it even affect him that she was trans? Some might be uncomfortable with the idea, but what they don't know might not hurt them. c:

I'm a girl, but I'm also trans, and I do believe that TRP is a good philosophy for men, and I don't think it's sexist in it's nature, although there are quite a few people who do turn it into a sexist thing. It certainly is possible to maintain a centrist sort of position while maintaining this philosophy as well as being trans. As soon as these questions you have are forever answered in your mind, I feel like you'll grow exponentially, and trivial things will matter so much less to you...

The point is that you have your needs and that should be respected just as much as any other man's should be. It's what you do with it that matters the most.

I hope you can find some sort of comfort in this community! Improving yourself is the best way to go!

Good luck on your journey!~

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

I don't know if there is an inherent conflict.

I'm an exclusively gay male. I do not find that red pill tenets apply exclusively to gender - identified or biological or whatever. Rather most people are what classic RP would regard as all women.

I've met some fucking red pill woman who I respect. I've met some men who have hamstered so hard it's amazing that stayed on the wheel.

Sure some teachings are broadly gendered, such as generalisations about SMV. But with regard to all of these they do not apply strictly. And where they do tend to hold true they will hold true to you along masculine lines.

TL;DR all people are like that (unless they've swallowed the pill)



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