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Old 01-13-2010, 05:10 AM   #12
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To me, someone who is bi-gender(ed) is a person feels like they are born in the wrong body, kind of like someone who is transgender but their true self is a hermaphrodite. In other words, they want to be simultaneously male and female with the parts to go along with it.

I consider myself genderqueer. I do appear conventionally feminine, but I often feel like a drag queen when I am dressed to the nines. The idea of playing around with gender roles also get me all hot and bothered - nothing more exciting than packing under a tight leather skirt and bending someone who is outwardly tough and masculine over. I sometimes wish I am male, but I would want to be extremely campy, flamboyant and queer so most people don't take it seriously.
Indeed. I often think if i was male i would still be queer, though i am not sure how that works! Though, obviously i could not know for sure..
I think it takes more than xx to make a woman, and when i have thoughts about being male then i believe i am for that moment. Though, my thoughts are not driven and i float somewhere closer to female identified...male curious but married to my female self perhaps??
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