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And given that she was aware of my body configuration I have to think that is a strange comment to make to me on a date.Sadly, the situation only further deteriorated with the appearance of the word “ladyboy,” and the fact that somehow the subject kept getting changed when I tried to discuss these things.
Okay ladies, let’s stop right here and get our game together.
One point is that this isn’t just a matter of grossing out a trans woman over dinner; it’s also a matter of a cis woman making herself look like kind of an ass.
And beyond that, this kind of ignorant cissexism just gets in the way of us getting closer and having fun together.
Now, if your response is to start worrying over having to figure out all this ‘complicated trans stuff,’ then I would emphasize a lot of this boils down to respecting us as women just as much as you would want to be respected yourself.
Recently, I went on a dinner date with a cis woman that ended a bit awkwardly.
Some of the conversation we shared was nice, we talked about film (fyi – an easy topic to hold my interest, ladies!
), our common roots back in the States, and her background in performance art.
At one point she shared with me her frustrations over a performance meant to showcase artists from our region in the U. The thing is, whoever put together this particular exhibition had invited a number of men from her theatre program to participate — meanwhile she and several of the other women who graduated from the program found out about the event later when one of the guys posted it on facebook.
It’s pretty easy to feel anger over such blatant sexism, and it immediately reminded me of some of my own experiences of feeling ignored at times in my own workplace.
But then she said something that struck a really odd chord: “Yeah, it’s supposed to represent artists from the South, but it turns out it’s just a total sausage fest.” Okay, we all get the basic meaning here.
But is she really implying that the men who were invited to exhibit their work were asked to do so on the basis of their genitalia?
As a woman I have to say that having a penis never got me special treatment in the academic world.