- Nov 28, 2020
She was very pretty and one of my friends dated her when we started high school, after they broke up she cut her hair, changed her name, the way she dressed and her personality.Woah.
So what'd you think about it?
Sounds like a beyond depressing situation for her.She was very pretty and one of my friends dated her when we started high school, after they broke up she cut her hair, changed her name, the way she dressed and her personality.
I didn't really know her but I knew her dad had passed away and I'm sure that contributed to her wanting to be male.
I honestly felt really bad for her at the time but no one else seemed to and they just made fun of my friend for dating a tranny.
Growing up as a their gender means +1 female in the sexual market.
By deep instinct women are sexual selectors and promoters of hypergamy at all cost.
So switching to male is one of the methods to ensure that mating rights for men remain in toughest and competitive form.
Less females - means more intense hypergamy. Female brain is a 'chad only' brain, switching to a boy isn't much of a issue for them even if they never have sex. Getting a best chad is hard anyways. By that, they kind of remove a bit of the burden off themselves, not having to deal with all beta sub males constantly chasing them