Why do the feminized former men in forced feminization captions always end up becoming stupid in addition to becoming female? Do the authors associate femininity with diminished intelligence?
>People get off to this
I can't stop looking at how one of her eyes is drifting off like a balloon over the great expanse of her 5head. Look at it. It's not just a little askew, it's like it was photoshopped off-center as part of a horror movie poster. How is anyone turned on by this? Speaking of horror movie signals, her navel is so ragged and her piercing so poorly set that it looks like she's got two belly buttons. Is this a mutant sexbot from inbreeding lagoon? Is this the muffintop monster from fuck mountain? Is this the pancake makeup fiend? Am I going to die in seven days, because my arousal is already gone and buried.
>I'm pretty sure estrogen dampened my intelligence quite a bit.
That's pretty hot to be honest. I'd like to see some guy who's good at math and making lots of money at a high status business job start getting sucked into becoming a tranny, taking estrogen, and eventually being reduced to not understanding anything except how to make herself pretty and suck your dick.
The pupil of her right eye sits above the top eyelid of her left eye. Her face is fucking bananas, bro. Did you go so distracted by speech bubbles that you didn't ever look at the girls?
>Do the authors
Shitty authors do. They don't know how to write sluts, or any kind of sexy dialogue, so they default to "Dumb women" trope.
I'm addicted to feminization porn.
Before I was on estrogen I could form coherent logical thoughts, I could do complex math. But after I've been on estrogen my mind has been so emotionally-driven, I also think about dicks a lot more too.
math and politics and other technical stuff like that is unnecessary clutter of the mind unless you're actually using it
also being really good at being sexy and having sex is its own kind of intelligence imo, so to me a woman being airheaded or ditzy doesn't necessarily imply any lack of intelligence, it just means that she hasn't chosen to funnel her mental efforts into what society considers to be intelligent
TERFs want everyone to believe radfems hate trans people. It's not true of most of them, and is a tactic designed to divide us when we've generally been allies all along.
The Conversations project is trying to dispel this myth. I really hope it's successful.
>The captions aren't about turning into a successful businesswoman.
I didn't know I had this fetish, please tell me material actually exists catering to my fantasy of becoming an intelligent successful and dignified woman.
>fantasy where negative things happen
That's not a fantasy, that's my life.
Life is negative, but the point of a good, highly arousing fantasy is to be extremely emotionally charged. You can't shock yourself into getting the highest tier arousal feels unless you use humiliating and to some degree horrifying fantasies. There's nothing arousing about things going well.
Really? I always thought these TG stories would be way sexier if, rather than a victim, the transformed party were a consenting agent in the enterprise, coming to understand themselves better, and more fulfillingly, in the context of their new gender/sex through various ups and downs, while maintaining much of their life and dreams.
I can't really stay connected with the character when they're destroyed two minutes in and little more than a sex-zombie for the rest of the narrative.
I always thought I was the normal one.
Dude, that's to disguise her massively unlevel eyes. Look at the median lines of her face. Compare the difference to the bottom of the chin. Follow where the inner eye corners are pointing.
Her nose does it too now that I'm looking at it. Her mouth is off center, skewed towards the side with the high eye. I take back everything, I'm proud of this deformed woman using her sexuality, she's really overcoming a big handicap here.
That positivity crap just doesn't seem like a very powerful fantasy at all though. It reads like something you'd want to have happen to you in real life because it would be pleasant, but feeling general pleasantness is a completely different thing from feeling so aroused you ejaculate. There's zero intensity in what you described. By analogy, have you ever tried starting a lawnmower where the engine doesn't get going easily? It might feel better for your arm / your body in general to just gently pet the cord or pull it towards you slowly, but that won't get the engine started. You need one quick, sharp movement to make that happen. Humiliation and degradation are quick, sharp emotions you can use to shock your mind into getting your erection and ejaculation started.
You seriously have severe body image issues, no sane person encountering that girl while walking down the street would think anything was wrong with her. If anything, people would think to themselves that she's pretty attractive.
Err, no. Usually it's a sharp, sudden jerk that's killing my arousal. The slow build-up helps to give a heightened level of base stimulation so that when something more extreme is going on, it feels a lot more natural to go along with it, and it doesn't need to be much more extreme to really fire the imagination.
Okay, look, here's a visual for you because you're in need of this much help. I've cropped it in to minimize distractions, compensated for the head tilt, and given you face guides so you can see the symmetry. You can very clearly see how the eye line continues on, as a mirror, through the curve on one half of the face and does not hit on the other eye. You can see how the nostril lifts. You can see how the mouth is off the center line established by the crown of her head and the point of her chin. Something dreadful has happened to this poor woman during her development, and we should all be supportive of her strong self-image in spite of rather striking visual flaws.
Doesn't really change the point. Whatever anyone wants to call it, there's a very popular genre of erotic art and writing that is based around the idea of becoming an airhead girl. This doesn't really exist the other way around with a smart girl turning into an airhead man.
I've seen some. Male bimbos would be somewhat associated with effeminate gay men. It's significantly less popular though.
Bimbos are more common of a fetish because they exist in real life at a frequency that most likely everyone has met a girl like that at some point, especially in more rich areas where girls have money but don't have to work very much. I see it quite a bit where I live since the girls here are all pretty stereotypical "stacies" as r9k would put it.
You are not the barometer for "normal people" and basic competence, bro. No matter how often you insist you are. You're also not the grand poobah of divining who is sane and who isn't. You're just some schmuck. >>5721685 calls it a superiority complex, but you're the only one here trying to claim positions of absolute power. I guarantee that people look at details of each other's faces. There's an entire field of science on the practice, from microexpressions to biometrics, the illusion of faces that aren't and the faults of faces that are.
You're applying it to someone else rather than yourself, but it's the same basic sort of mental illness. Pic related.
>No matter what they say I'll just repeat myself endlessly! That will show off my superior intelligence and moral fortitude, making me the victor!
>No matter what they say I'll just repeat myself endlessly!
You're missing the point, which is that you're obsessing over details instead of having a healthy sense of the bigger picture.
>An obsession with one or more bodily features, normally in the face, indicates a condition called body dysmorphic disorder.
>When viewing themselves in photographs, patients with BDD underutilize parts of the brain used in seeing the face's overall shape and size, he said.
>"If you just see the pieces of your face, and not seeing how they fit into the whole, then it's going to look distorted," he said. "That's how we interpret the findings."
>You're still doing it
You're wanting me to present counterarguments for the tiny, not at all important facial details you're obsessed with, which is again missing the point that it's not whether or not these tiny details exist so much as whether or not you have a mental illness for thinking those tiny details matter.
That's an inferiority complex. It's when you are always anxious about being inferior to anyone else that you look for anything to justify thinking that you actually are a phenomenal person. When something, even the smallest thing indicates someone might be much better at something than you, your confidence falls apart. When you make some statement or argument that is then disproven or contradicted, you become very confrontational, because your evaluation of yourself depends on being good at things to an unrealistic degree. So you have a very flimsy self-esteem.
A superiority complex is being completely disinterested in proving your own genius to your inferiors and putting no weight in their opinions or evaluations of you. If anyone ever challenges or insults you, it doesn't bother you because they're inferior to you. These people appear very indolent.
That's not the goal. I think you might be the one obsessed, anon. Are you okay? Should we call someone for you? I wanted to talk about something I noticed and create a gag about movie monsters. You're hunting down the dysmorphic and being repetitive. This isn't an argument, even if you're trying to make it one. Although I would definitely not call asymmetry of an entire eye width tiny, this is very subjective. And it's also very unrelated to your crusade.
Close the browser, lay down, and breathe slowly. I think you'll be able to break this loop you're stuck in if you just try to become calm again.
Making a post in response to each post you make directed at me isn't an obsession. Writing about how deformed a perfectly normal female model looks because of some bizarre minor facial details is on the other hand indicative of obsessive body image issues.
It's not the replies that show your obsessiveness. It's the repetition of words and subjects in divorce of context. I was serious about those suggestions before. If you need help just tell us. We might all be anonymous here, but I care about you.
I admit to being repetitively correct about you having body image issues. If you're going to repeatedly miss that point, I'll repetitively respond with how that's what you're doing.
This isn't a joke. You're having a mental breakdown and we're all concerned. Human sympathy doesn't have to be a farce. This is a hand reaching out. Do you have something you need to talk about? Since we all have no identities, this is the safest place possible. And really, if you leave an email or a phone number, I at least will contact it on your behalf and tell them that they need to intervene for your benefit.
Inferiority complex is thinking you're worse than everyone else, and think your achievements is nothing compared to others.
Superiority complex is thinking you're better than everyone else, and if somebody who you may be jealous of appears, you'll find faults in the person so you can feel better about yourself.
Oh, I get it now, thanks for taking the time to explain this to me. It turns out the woman in the picture used for a caption genre based on attractive but unintelligent bimbos that has nothing to do with ugliness or deformity is horribly deformed. How weird, I wonder why everyone involved in taking pictures of her or using pictures of her in their captions totally missed that definitely true, not all an illusion of your mental illness, blatantly obvious case of disfigurement.
You are retarded.
You don't know what superiority/inferiority complex is, and you don't know what BDD is, yet you continue to talk about it.
BDD can only be reflected inwards, they tend to find other people attractive and don't see others as ugly. The people who suffer from BDD ONLY find issues in their own appearance, finding flaws that others can't see.
That anon has a superiority complex, and is feeling challenged on their own superiority, by mindy z..
forced feminization is a power play fetish. If someone loses IQ points along with becoming weaker and more feminine, its sexy. makes you feel like you are in charge and they are now helpless and submissive.
Why are you so focused on this particular facet? Especially at the expense of your own previous admissions, and openly other anons that say they can see the same thing? Are you assuming they're all suffering a BDD that faces outwards towards this one particular image? Is there something about the humor itself that offends or frightens you?
That's not BDD.
BDD is even possible to spot on MRIs, or at least it's activity. They literally perceive themselves differently than others, it's now low self-esteem, it's literally the brain has ended up wiring itself to view it's own body as disfigured.
You can't have your BDD apply to somebody else, it's literally impossible.
This is just somebody that is jealous of mindy z, and is coming up with stuff to make her seem ugly, so that anon can feel better about themselves.
>That anon is jealous of the model
>Saying somebody good looking, is actually bad looking
Close enough, I'm going to count that as me winning the argument since it shows I'm not the only one who sees how that completely normal and good looking woman isn't deformed and retire my autism for the night.
Women tend to associate femininity with diminished intelligence quite often.
I have heard women called "dumb", "stupid", "retarded", "bimbo", etc by other women more than any man would dare say.
Yeah there's actually a little feminist infighting over this. Some feminists criticize other feminists of blaming men for women's trends.
Like with corsets historical documents actually indicate men really disliked them despite feminists claiming men forced women into them.