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View Poll Results: If you were one of Farah’s subjects in the video, would you have been annoyed?
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Old 04-14-2015, 08:16 PM   #71 (permalink)
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Yeah I saw that too. I can think of a few days in the month that my girlfriend doesn't seem to handle those fluctuating hormones that well.
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Or than again maybe she does and that's why I am not dead yet.
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Old 04-14-2015, 08:22 PM   #73 (permalink)
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Ok, for one thing, my point is not that a male bodied person and a female bodied person don't handle their hormone fluctuations to the same degree.

Female bodied people naturally have to deal with more fluctuations in their hormone levels and are thus better equipped to handle this than male bodied people that are transitioning to female bodies.

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Ok, for one thing, my point is not that a male bodied person and a female bodied person don't handle their hormone fluctuations to the same degree.

Female bodied people naturally have to deal with more fluctuations in their hormone levels and are thus better equipped to handle this than male bodied people that are transitioning to female bodies.
So couldn't that be a advantage for Fallon? She can't handle it and just rages out on her opponent with all her other advantages. No filter
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So couldn't that be a advantage for Fallon? She can't handle it and just rages out on her opponent with all her other advantages. No filter
You can't just associate the up and downs of a woman's hormonal cycle with rage. Rage is one direction, if you were raging all the time you would be stable in that direction. Fallon would be dealing with a heightened sensitivity to emotional input that she would not have had to deal with when she was male bodied. Sensitivity to things like doubt and anxiety among other things including anger.

It's just my opinion that Fallon would have to be more careful and watchful of herself mentally, at least in the first few years after she started the transition.
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Old 04-14-2015, 08:39 PM   #76 (permalink)
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You can't just associate the up and downs of a woman's hormonal cycle with rage. Rage is one direction, if you were raging all the time you would be stable in that direction. Fallon would be dealing with a heightened sensitivity to emotional input that she would not have had to deal with when she was male bodied. Sensitivity to things like doubt and anxiety among other things including anger.

It's just my opinion that Fallon would have to be more careful and watchful of herself mentally, at least in the first few years after she started the transition.
I'll take your word for it. I have never had hormonal fluctuations. I will say this though. There where times when my girlfriend was pregnant where the littlest things put the fires of hell in her eyes. It was fucking scary. And I got a feeling that if she had a male body the time I forgot to get her snickers and Doritos at the store she would have broke my damn jaw. Least it felt that way.
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Old 04-14-2015, 08:51 PM   #77 (permalink)
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Maybe women handle it just fine. It's MEN that can't handle the way they handle it.
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Old 04-15-2015, 12:49 AM   #78 (permalink)
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Maybe women handle it just fine. It's MEN that can't handle the way they handle it.
That's probably more true than you realize. I've heard addiction medicine specialists state that the effects of narcotics in a person are much easier to predict than the effects of testosterone. Statistically, males age 13-29 commit the vast majority of violent crimes. The one thing they have in common is testosterone pumping through them. Females in the same age range commit more violent crimes than those outside the age range, but it is at a rate less than 20% of the males.


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Also, break a leg tonight on stage. I wish I could be there.

On second thought, break someone else's leg tonight. Your knees are bad enough.
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That's probably more true than you realize. I've heard addiction medicine specialists state that the effects of narcotics in a person are much easier to predict than the effects of testosterone. Statistically, males age 13-29 commit the vast majority of violent crimes. The one thing they have in common is testosterone pumping through them. Females in the same age range commit more violent crimes than those outside the age range, but it is at a rate less than 20% of the males.

Is there a reason your crime graph is black & white?

If you need to use the N-word in your answer, it's OK, we all know what it means.
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