Discussion in 'Entertainment Industry' started by Biotio, Sep 24, 2017.
torso does look masculine, but ive seen that on real women.
but this guy loses major credibility because his broad accusations. his vid on meg ryan being a man? come on. meg ryan does not have an adams apple, and just because her plastic surgery made her into jack nicholson jokerface does not mean shes a tranny.
i find it easier to believe that these celebrities get chosen to promote a trans agenda b/c masculine type sex appeal, not that they are actually trans
Oooor? I understand not wanting to lose the inspiration these women give for working out and such and they ARE beautiful but I see women all the time on the gym who are in a raw shape and even though they have huge muscles, I've looked closer and they always still have the feminine sape and a bit of cellulite and things. Men don't get that in the same areas as women due to the fat distribution.
Part of her persona - a very assertive, in-your-face type of woman. Opposite to old-fashioned ultra-feminine female caricatures.
Tries to mix both worlds and she actually does it quite effectively. IMO better at it than transsexuals who just look comical, no matter how good their plastic surgeon/ fashion stylists are.
People more likely to accept messages/ propaganda from people they already have some respect for.
How do people confuse Lady Gaga and Pink for trannies? Look at the faces! Can you not tell the difference? Definitely female. I'm not talking about "adam's apples", I mean the shape of the faces and bodies.
Meg Ryan a man!? HAHHAHA!
What's purple propaganda, anyway? I heard of purple prose mentioned in Lovecraft. I mean the horror author, not the sex shops.
Whoever sees transsexuals everywhere must have got burned somehow....
Too much weed is confusing your sexuality, people!
LOL! I've seen drag artists but can tell in a SECOND that they are not female. Wouldn't shag them, no way! Did have a double-take the other day, but still... Bizarre perceptions on here.
no. too much porn does it.
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