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TOPIC: Eunuch, trans, bi-, asexuals, hermaphrodites and Samantha Brick

Eunuch, trans, bi-, asexuals, hermaphrodites and Samantha Brick 18 Oct 2013 14:54 #1

Since threads on men or women always go one way or another i propose this thread stand as a platform for non-aligned, neutral, transcendent or non gender affiliated members to discuss and offer their thoughts on sex and the various attributes of the sexes.

Are the terms man/men and woman/women biological or cultural?
Do they determine an existing reality or a man made concept?
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Eunuch, trans, bi-, asexuals, hermaphrodites and Samantha Brick 18 Oct 2013 18:48 #2

Samantha Brick is transcendent of traditional gender stereotypes, which is to say "is better than", she is no mere women, nor is she a man, she is something altogether -set apart-, an uberfem perhaps, i don't know.
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Eunuch, trans, bi-, asexuals, hermaphrodites and Samantha Brick 18 Oct 2013 19:09 #3

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Samantha Brick ....dont even know who she is

Me neither.....& quite frankly can't be arsed googling it to find out either. :D
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Eunuch, trans, bi-, asexuals, hermaphrodites and Samantha Brick 18 Oct 2013 19:17 #4

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Eunuch, trans, bi-, asexuals, hermaphrodites and Samantha Brick 18 Oct 2013 19:41 #5

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Cheers phe.

From the wiki link....
Hadley Freeman writing for The Guardian on 5 April 2012, criticised the Daily Mail for its treatment of its female writers.[4] Despite the paper having a higher percentage of female writers than other British national newspapers, Freeman accused it of using, "its female writers as Trojan horses to voice its most misogynistic attitudes [...] through their confessional journalism, or having them write horrible things about other women". She gave examples of three women writers who had had their articles rewritten without their permission, in each case casting the writer in a critical light, and also criticised the paper's treatment of Samantha Brick.[4]

Just goes to show how shit the Guardian is doesn't it.
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Eunuch, trans, bi-, asexuals, hermaphrodites and Samantha Brick 18 Oct 2013 21:24 #6

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Genesis P Orridge (probably) approves of this thread


In January 1996, Genesis and h/er second wife, Lady Jaye (née Jacqueline Breyer), relocated to the New York burrough of Queens in the US.[63] Following their move to Queens, the couple began an ongoing experiment in body modification, aimed at creating one pandrogynous being named "Breyer P-Orridge";[64] they received breast implants and adopted gender neutral and alternating pronouns.[65] In a 2011 interview with The Village Voice, Breyer P-Orridge described Queens, where the couple shared a brownstone residence that Breyer P-Orridge had purchased in Ridgewood,[63] as an "ideal" area for the enactment of such an experiment:

... we arrived as husband and wife, me still dressing and technically behaving male, and all the local shopkeepers who knew Jaye from being a kid, all the neighbors ... And then over the years, we transformed more and more until we were both running around in miniskirts, dressed the same, and none of them said anything! Except in the pharmacy, where very politely, one of the Pakistani guys we knew very well there ... he says one day, "Hope you don't mind me asking, but you probably want us to say 'Miss P-Orridge' now, don't you?" We said, "That would be good!" And that was the one time anyone even mentioned that anything had happened.[63]

In 2012, again with The Village Voice, Breyer P-Orridge explained the ethos behind the term "pandrogyne": "We came up with "pandrogyne" because we wanted a word without any history or any connections with things—a word with its own story and its own information."[66]

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