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i think he's 52. So by the time the kid is my age he'll be 75, and quite possibly dead/incapable
if that's what you mean
in his mentality, yes.
I can't be bothered having this argument again though.
you didn't see him giving birth did you? because i remember watching a video of someone giving birth in biology once and it was the worst thing i've ever seen.
I had a semi-argument on here a couple of weeks ago with someone who kept correcting me when i wrote "he" about my friend toby, it's just like, how narrow minded?
Ah, that's good. In the video there was ripping in places and blood and weird slime, it was so gross i dont think i ever want to give birth :( blehhh.
but it's pretty petty to be like "no she's a woman' when he and everyone else around him considers him a man. I think i get annoyed about it because my friend has had a lot of trouble being accepted by his family, they still call him 'our so-called son'. If he wants to be considered a man, then that's his choice.
when he was a girl they called him "our so-called daughter" because he was such a tomboy though. They're weird people anyway.
Not that that's really worth discussing anyway. Womb = not man. Transgender perhaps, but that ain't no man.
i see how hurtful it is for one of my good friends (who is female to male transsexual, but hasn't and isn't going to have 'the big op') when people call him 'she' just to make a point. which they do sometimes, it's really pissy. I guess your opinion is fair enough, because he isn't technically fully male, but i would still consider him a man despite that.
there's just something about this case which irks me. it's probably the sensationalist press angle. did the couple court the press or was it a case of being forced into it?
It's just really misleading and verging on the irresponsible to say 'man has baby'. Sure Thomas Beattie has a male mind/psyche/whatever, but still has female reproductive organs. Since having a baby falls into that scientific/biological side of things, you can't really argue that a man had a baby.
when i heard it
xy = male
she's a girl.
my dad's foetus-chamber is 3 years older than me. Playa x 10
as you should
with a little bump and grind
Nowt wrong with it.
you don't win friends with salad
Did you not watch Knight Rider or Baywatch as a kid? David Hassellhod could be your role model.
He's probably a stronger role model for a chap.
we got a lift back from school by this guy's dad who looked to be in his late 60s. The kid's brothers were all in their late 30s. So naturally his dad spent the entire car journey talking about how 'Matty was the accident of the family'. You should've seen the look on Matty's face!
OH GOD WHATEVER
Inherritance being cut
they stink the place up
Had a kid about 2 years ago, when he was 51. Then him and my step mum got married without telling me.
it's pretty fun having a little brother though. You can make him do stuff and get him to do stuff like dance to any kind of music you like as long as you do it with him enthusiastically enough.
my step mum was 40 when they had my half brother. I think they're trying for another one. sigh.
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