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A Big Moment for Jazz Jennings

Post  Lesley Niyori on Wed Jul 04, 2018 1:22 pm


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Re: A Big Moment for Jazz Jennings

Post  Angelic on Sun Jul 08, 2018 6:22 pm

I'm supposed to care...why?

So a petite male who is accepted by their upper class parents and society, with a free ticket to fame and television at age 6, becomes a passing transsexual, after being given hormones at an early age.

I'm supposed to be happy for them, why exactly?

It's like cheering on the prince of wales or the princess or whatever celebrity wedding is in the papers, has nothing to do with me and I have no reason to celebrate their successes.
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Post  Lesley Niyori on Sun Jul 08, 2018 6:40 pm

Dear, if you're so fucking pissed off at life, for your own situation, fine, be pissed off.

But Jazz is one of us, and she's taken a lot of heat representing us. And when you shit on her, you shit on us.

So knock it the fuck off already.

If you don't want to care, fine, don't care.
And while you are at it, you might as well not respond to any of my efforts too. Like my videos.

And when life takes a crap on YOUR life, don't be surprised when people don't care about you too.

You calling HER a 'petite male' marks you as a bitter asshole Angel.

Go wallow in your mediocrity if you insist.

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Re: A Big Moment for Jazz Jennings

Post  Angelic on Sun Jul 08, 2018 7:52 pm

Lesley Niyori wrote:Dear, if you're so fucking pissed off at life, for your own situation, fine, be pissed off.

But Jazz is one of us, and she's taken a lot of heat representing us. And when you shit on her, you shit on us.

So knock it the fuck off already.

If you don't want to care, fine, don't care.
And while you are at it, you might as well not respond to any of my efforts too. Like my videos.

You calling HER a 'petite male' marks you as a bitter asshole Angel.

Go wallow in your mediocrity if you insist.

Is she one of us?

One of our defining features is having to go through hardship and struggle.

And when life takes a crap on YOUR life, don't be surprised when people don't care about you too.
Don't worry, I wont be surprised, since noone cares about me already. Unlike Jazz Jennings who was rigged to be famous and popular the moment she was born. I'm well aware what she is, a born aristocracy as part of some propaganda piece to normalize transsexualism.

Only the kind of transsexuals it normalizes are not like me and you, we'll have to wait years or even decades to enjoy that kind of national acceptance. But here I guess I'm supposed to clap my hands for the silver spoon, clap my hands for the over-privileged rich while I suffer in squalor.

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Re: A Big Moment for Jazz Jennings

Post  MichaelaSJ on Sun Jul 08, 2018 8:19 pm

Angelic wrote:One of our defining features is having to go through hardship and struggle.
I'll start the paperwork for your sainthood. Rolling Eyes

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Re: A Big Moment for Jazz Jennings

Post  Lesley Niyori on Sun Jul 08, 2018 8:58 pm

Hmm.

Well let's see, I waited a bit for my surgery, seemed like forever to me. Then again, I'm 6 and 3 years DID feel like forever.
But here's the thing, hardship? WHAT hardship? Oh yeah, I'm Canadian, there is no hardship.

I didn't pay a cent for my surgery. I didn't pay for the surgery or the transportation to the surgery, I didn't pay for the bed and breakfast prior to the surgery, I didn't pay for the limo to the surgery. My brother actually MADE money being my ride from the surgery to Toronto for my recovery stay at the Sherbourne Clinic that didn't cost me anything for the 3 weeks I was there. I didn't pay for the ride home from Toronto either.

Does it piss you off I didn't pay sweet fucking diddly for my GRS? I haven't paid a cent for my hormone medication of 3 years now.

That article I was in, I should mention if led to me GAINING several new friends, and my hometown seems full of people that read it and even today I was complimented on it at church. At church eh, where I am accepted as me.
Doesn't sound like I am struggling here unless you mention I haven't found a boyfriend yet.

But really, can I call that a struggle? The ONLY downside of my entire transition, is the absence of a man huffing and puffing and ejaculating his load into my nice new vagina.

Yes, it's depressing I can't find a man, that it has inspired me to resort to saying I'm married to my teddy bear.

Maybe Jazz and I have a lot in common. Maybe I'm one of her and not one of you. Do you hate me now?

I walk around town wearing a tiara. I think it makes me look cute. I get people telling me "Oh I love your tiara". But I am a princess after all eh.

Angel, I don't know why you are so full of hate.
I don't know what you look like. You hide from us behind your anime avatar image. You hide even here where you are supposed to be among your own people. Why? None of us is going to judge you. If we do, I'm sure Celia will kick our ass for it. I don't know your lot in life, and you don't share anything of yourself so I never will.

Everyone here knows all of my stories because I gladly share it. All we know of you Angel is a made up name, and an image that isn't you, and that you are full of hate.

I can't feel for you Angel, I don't even know you.

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Re: A Big Moment for Jazz Jennings

Post  Angelic on Mon Jul 09, 2018 12:25 am

MichaelaSJ wrote:
Angelic wrote:One of our defining features is having to go through hardship and struggle.
I'll start the paperwork for your sainthood. Rolling Eyes

Thankyou. Its in the making for a while now, bout time society recognized it.



I can't feel for you Angel, I don't even know you.
But I feel for you.

Lesley Niyori wrote:Hmm.
Does it piss you off I didn't pay sweet fucking diddly for my GRS? I haven't paid a cent for my hormone medication of 3 years now.
Not really no. Too depressed to get mad also my back hurts too much to care.


Everyone here knows all of my stories because I gladly share it. All we know of you Angel is a made up name, and an image that isn't you, and that you are full of hate.
k. Heres my story. Androgynous boy, into girly things and science. True passion was videogames and vacations, didn't really fit in socially that much. After around 4 or so, hated being human and wanted to be an animal, doll or robot. After around 8 or so, imagined I was a lesbian. After around 11 or so, stared in the mirror for long periods imagining i was a girl. Childhood years somewhat chaotic and parents had a dysfunctional toxic relationship. Highschool years the angst and sexual dissatisfaction grew. Shy and didn't know how to process the girls flirting with me, then'd go home and masturbate. Adulthood came, googling how to be a real man. But by then the girls lost interest in me, ironically by the time i actually had the courage to flirt back. Long story short, as the T grew i became uglier and uglier, forcing my hand on female hormones. Society didnt take the hormones too well and even my own family uprose against me. Quit hormones, and went to the shadows living many years of loneliness, rejection and isolation. And now here I am. I have lost interest in the modern game industry too, games seem to have regressed and are worse and more mediocre than ever before.
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Re: A Big Moment for Jazz Jennings

Post  Lesley Niyori on Mon Jul 09, 2018 3:58 am

Thanks for sharing that.

I wish your family had been accepting like mine. I know too many transgender females that suffered the loss of family when they came out.

I think you need to unleash a talented cosmetician and fashion expert on yourself. In 2012, I looked like the pinnacle of warehouse manager. I had zero in common with the feminine. In 2014 I began to alter my wardrobe. New hairstyle and proper clothing, but most importantly a distinct attitude shift. It was clear I expected to be treated as a woman. If you don't project the attitude you won't get the proper treatment. I made the effort to change my legal name and legal gender. If you can't be taken seriously, you won't be. By a year of hormone therapy, I was at least 'feeling better'. But it has taken me 3 years of progressive, steady, constant searching for my appearance.

I didn't plan to look this way, I just evolved into this look. I'm partly the talents of a friend that knows how to make your hairstyle look 'right'.

In 2012, if you were able to show me a picture of me from 2018, I'd think I was staring at a lost sibling. I'd probably refuse to believe it was me. In 2012, I looked 20 years older, and there was no way I'd believe I had any chance of looking 'pretty'.

You won't find the girl inside of you overnight. But you'll never see her if you don't go looking for her either.

I agree with the video game comments. The games of the 90s were better. The devices are more powerful today, but the games haven't really evolved. They just take up more data space.

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Post  Kaibeth on Mon Jul 09, 2018 11:11 pm

Personal attacks and misgendering are surefire ways to get on my bad side, folks. Just saying.

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Re: A Big Moment for Jazz Jennings

Post  Angelic on Sat Jul 21, 2018 2:56 am

Kaibeth wrote:Personal attacks and misgendering are surefire ways to get on my bad side, folks. Just saying.

Jazz isn't even a real person on these boards.

And I didn't even misgender them, I called them a petite male for a reason. I was referring to them before they transitioned, which was the whole point. What would you have preferred, calling them a petite female? It would have made little no sense whatsoever and just messed up people's neurons.

So I guess you want to ban the word MTF because mtf, male-to-female, is not politically correct enough for your standards.

But I am not sure if logic is your forte so whatever. FYI people like you are not helping the cause, you just make us look like we can't calmly do logic when passers by examine your absurd word-policing.

If you want to get on my bad side, don't do logic and instead resort to fascist word politicking.

It's like I used to like you, because you liked flight sims, but you as with so many people just want to let me down and give me a hard time. It's like I want to like you, but with comments like those it's making it damn near impossible.

Also fuck jazz. Silver spoon that is richer than me and got everything handed at an early age. Fuck em, I don't owe them anything and they never helped me none, my life has been nothing but misery while they've been soaking up fame and fortune in their ivory tower. And you expect me to be happy for her, how insulting, beyond even humiliating.


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Post  Angelic on Sat Jul 21, 2018 3:01 am

Lesley Niyori wrote:

I agree with the video game comments. The games of the 90s were better. The devices are more powerful today, but the games haven't really evolved. They just take up more data space.

Agreed, so totally agreed. We would be soulmates but I am A. either an angry male, B. a femboy or C. a full out transsexual and you seem to be obsessed with prince charmings who are loving being dude's, so not sure a relationship would work between us. But your views on games are that of someone from the year 3000, same as me.
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Re: A Big Moment for Jazz Jennings

Post  mariehart1 on Wed Aug 01, 2018 3:19 pm

I used to be a petite effeminate boy, now I'm not so petite but still effeminate. Lucky me. While your story has certain similarities for many of us. Most of us have resisted the bitter self pity and hatred you have embraced. Also the paranoia. We are not your enemy! But if you want us to be enemies we can be. This has been a common theme in your current Angelic persona and your previous persona on TGboards.

If you want to stop people shooting back at you then stop throwing grenades in their trenches.

No on here has attacked me nor on TGboards. I wonder why? Ease up on the rhetoric and you'll get a lot more help. But it's clear to me your problems won't be solved here but in real life. Stop blaming everyone else and do something about it.

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