The vintologi theory of transexualism

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The probability of someone changing their sex from male to female be estimated from the following factors (most important factors first)

0. Autogynephilia
1. Being a failed man
2. Autoandrophobia (AAF)
3. Attraction to trans girls
4. Not wanting children
5. Being attracted to heterosexual males
6. Wanting non sexual benefits such as extracting resources from men, cheaper car insurance
7. Wanting to Attract cis lesbians
 
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The reason why people change their sex from female to male is mostly due to the following factors
0. Body discomfort
1. Autoandrophilia
2. Failing to develop autogynephilia
3. Not wanting children

People born female will typically not transition unless they experience very strong body discomfort.
 
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Predictions
If this theory is correct the following must hold
0. MtF individuals will be less uncomfortable with their bodies prior to transitioning than FtM, especially young transitioners.
1. AFAB individuals will detransition more often despite being more dysphoric prior to transition as a group.
2. More mental illness among MtF individuals (excluding dysphoria, AGP when born male, AAP when born female).
3. MtF individuals will do better after transitioning.
4. MtF individuals will on average be significantly less sexually successful prior to transitioning even compared to repressors.
 
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Hello, Ive been experiencing gender dysphoria from, what now given the proper education, the very beginning. However I am 27 and feel I am realizing this too late. That being said I’ve been very fem my whole life (I think this is why I didn’t experience dysphoria too badly until recently) and people usually are flabergasted when I tell them my age, they usually believe I’m around 18 or younger. Should I transition or is it too late for me?
 

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Hello, Ive been experiencing gender dysphoria from, what now given the proper education, the very beginning.
If you only have minor body discomfort there is no real need to transition.
However I am 27 and feel I am realizing this too late.
Age is of course not the only factor to consider but generally you want to be younger than 25 before starting HRT.

That being said I’ve been very fem my whole life (I think this is why I didn’t experience dysphoria too badly until recently) and people usually are flabergasted when I tell them my age, they usually believe I’m around 18 or younger. Should I transition or is it too late for me?
You having a feminine personality isn't by itself a particularly good reason to transition.
 
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If you only have minor body discomfort there is no real need to transition.

Age is of course not the only factor to consider but generally you want to be younger than 25 before starting HRT.


You having a feminine personality isn't by itself a particularly good reason to transition.
I think you slightly misread my post. In terms of demeanor I present as very masc (well as close to it as I can manage) but my masculine traits I mentioned are physical rather than social; ie I’m 5’7 and I just started getting facial hair this year
 

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Girl brain?
A lot of trans individuals think they a female trapped in a male body, scientifically this would mean having a brain more like that of the sex they transition to prior to HRT. MRI scans do however show that prior to Hormone replacement therapy the brains of transgender individuals will be mostly that of their natal sex, only subtle differences

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25720349

The "born in the wrong body" narrative is problematic since it can result in people transitioning when doing so isn't beneficial or to refrain from transitioning thinking they are not really transgender becuase they have masculine personality traits when born male.
 

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Being transgender is less genetic than owning a dog
http://www.hawaii.edu/PCSS/biblio/articles/2010to2014/2013-transsexuality.html
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-44083-9

You dont have a female brain prior to HRT (only subtle differences)
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25720349

Benefits from Hormone Replacement Therapy
only MTF participants showed a statistically significant increase in general quality of life after initiating hormone therapy
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5010234/

3.1.1 Sexual function
In a review about multiple orgasms in biological males Wibowo, Wassersug (2016) mention that ejaculation and exposure to androgens may be at least in part responsible for the post-ejaculatory refractory period and thus the inability to have multiple orgasms in one sexual session in cis men. Kinsey (mentioned in Wibowo, Wassersug 2016) reported that among young males, capacity for multiple penile orgasms are more prevalent in kids and teens. Warkentin et al. (2016) reported a case of a prostate cancer patient who became penile-multi-orgasmic on anti-androgen treatment.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S2050052115000542?via=ihub
https://male-to-female.org/en/mtf_pharmacology

Having a good sex-life is very important
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5052677/
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-03...ur-mental-health-too-the-conversation/8322520
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2156059/

The societal impact
Chemical castration work in the case of sex-offenders
https://www.wfsbp.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Treatment_Guidelines/Paraphilias_Guidelines.pdf

Evidence show that it's safe to let transwomen use female bathrooms
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13178-018-0335-z

Policy proposal
We need to drastically expand the usage of Hormone Replacement Therapy among individuals that are born male. Body dyshproria isn't the only condition that can be treated with HRT.
  1. lower the age limit for MtF HRT to 14 or lower (full HRT, informed consent)
  2. more funding to transgender healthcare
  3. do a trial among criminals to examine whether or not forced HRT in the form of community treatment order would be beneficial for society or the the individuals subjected to it
Humans rights objections to point 3 are invalid unless you also promote the complete halting of forced druggings in the case of individuals viewed to be mentally ill.
 

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Explaining the apparent HSTS category
HSTS here doesn't refer to all exclusively andropholic transfeminine individuals, only a portion of them.

Gay males are already degenerate in the sense that they are not really into reproductive sex.

This degeneracy factor explain why they are more likely to transition, it's not that they have more gender issues than the average male (the opposite is probably true).

If they transition early their dating pool will widen and increase in attractiveness due to the female dating advantage and the fact that the gay male dating pool is more limited in numbers.

One risk is "autoandrophilia", if they are directly attracted to men they might prefer having a male body, it's likely that these individuals mostly do not transition in the first place.

Autoandrophilia could be a reason for why many gay males with gender issues desist at puberty, they start finding male bodies (including their own) sexually attractive.

Sources of body dysphoria
If you are rejected constantly by straight guys becuase you are male that may cause body dysphoria and there is no denying that many of these guys would be willing to have sex with you if you actually transitioned.

If you have internalized homophobia you might feel likeit's wrong for you to have sex with men when you are a male yourself.

It's also likely that many gay males who want to transition lie about having gender dysphoria to be viewed as valid, they might also lie to themselves.

If a gay male is less attractive he might view him not finding himself attractive as dysphoria and thus transition, once female she will get a lot of male attention and validation and thus feel better about her body.
 

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AFAB individuals with regret despite having had gender dysphoria
You having been dysphoric prior to transitioning does not mean you will not regret it

Mentally ill and dysphoric ftm thinking of detransition

She eventually decided to detransition because she rather suffer from body dysphoria than to be treated like a male.

https://www.reddit.com/user/emptycel

She tried to make some activists to improve the treatment of males (especially incels) which of course ended in total failure.
 

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Girlbrain theory 2.0
It's not clear what percentage of M2F transsexuals this apply to.

While you might start out with a female/feminine brain due to environment and hormones your brain will masculinize, especially at puberty. Thus when proper brainscans are made after puberty transfeminine will have mostly male brains prior to hormone replacement therapy.

Female sexuality
This is sometimes called "autogynephilia" and it seem to be very similar between trans and cis females.

surveyanon.wordpress.com/2019/12/04/data-on-behavioral-autogynephilia-in-cis-women-from-r-iaf-suggests-similar-rates-as-in-trans-women/

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https://surveyanon.wordpress.com/2019/05/29/triangulating-autohomosexuality/

you may still see some differences (especially before HRT) due to male socialization and puberty.

Studies on children
As far as i know no proper brainscan study has been done on children but the following study does give support to the theory that transchildren have a brain of the sex they want to transition into prior to puberty

https://www.pnas.org/content/116/49/24480

Implications
While this may hold true for a significant portion (possibly a majority) of people who transition from male to female it is on it's own insufficient in explaining why people transition.

You having a brain that is feminine (when male) does not nessicarily mean dysfunction will follow, if you are able to function properly as a male you will probably not transition, how well you function will depend a lot on environment and this explain the twin study results.
 

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About "tailcalled"
He is/was a believer in the blanchard topology but when he collected his own data it became very obvious the typology he believed in was psuedoscience.

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Unfortunatily the individual still defend ray blanchard and his pseudoscience and when i pointed out how he was wrong he resorted to publicly accurding me of having essentially being insane "schizotypal traits" or lying while failing to point to anything i said that was false.

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"the theory i believe in being falsified isn't important" this is a big "no no", any deviation from theory has to be taken very seriously.

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This refutes the erotic target location error theory so it's highly significant and no there isn't any way around this.

This is taken from females who are radical transphobes and call themselves feminists, these are not the type of people who tend to enjoy feminine gender roles which could be the the explanation of lower rate among these cis girls.

This support the notion that what's called "autogynephilia" simply is normal female sexuality (it will still be different prior to HRT due to different hormones).

Flawed methodology
Almost all data is collected from the samplesize subreddit and not from actual trans girls, thus he end up collecting data for "gender issues" instead of what actually causes people to transition. This of course didn't stop him from denying that narcissism was a factor becuase it wasn't in his flawed data-set.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4301205/
 

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What are they doing? Are they using reddit as a research tool?

They look like the cultural studies guys that use goodreads to understand market trends in the consumer literature
 

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FtM transition is a bad idea
My main argument is going to be the fact that a lot of things males historically have offered to society isn't desired anymore. I think males are being artificially overvalued currently due to the monogamy norm but we still have a lot of males with no real purpose in life, this is not really due to feminism, it's simply that technology had advanced to the point where most males are no longer needed in society.

The only thing that could change this dynamic of males being increasingly unwanted (due to committing more crimes, not really needed, etc) is a societal collapse but if that takes place being dependent on testosterone you inject will be far from ideal.

People born female that transition to male will be at a disadvantage compared to people born male when it comes to dating typical females and even if you are able to find a girlfriend as a trans man you will still not be able to make her pregnant and thus it will be more difficult for you to take on the father role.

What does the research say?
The following two studies did show worse outcomes for FtM individuals

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5010234/

https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/142/4/e20174218

I predict that future better studies will show that people born male benefit from transition far more frequently than people born female.
 

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Are men treated better than women? A trans man's point of view.
The following story was written by an FtM individual thinking transitioning to male was a good idea:

I've always thought that sexism, be is misogyny or misandry, can best be understood through experience. I am transsexual which means that I have experienced both being perceived as a woman and a man by society. So here's my experience and the reason I'm an MRA.

Background
I'm ftm transsexual. I spent the first 18 years of my life as a girl/woman and these last 2 as a man.

The good aspect of being a woman
Most people treated me very well. Those who didn't mistreated me because I'm autistic, not because I was a girl. I was never made to feel bad whenever I asked for help, people were happy to help me. Guys were happy to help with emotional issues particularly. Whenever I was having a bad day, they were happy to talk with me and keep me company. Overall, my mental health and well-being was taken more seriously. Additionally, it was easier to make friends. From what I can tell, others just felt more comfortable around me and felt safer sharing their problems with me.

The bad aspects of being a woman

I honestly can't think of anything. I've never experienced misogyny. I wasn't exactly attractive so I never got any sexual/romantic attention from guys be that positive or negative. The only thing I can think of was that a few girls at school were mean to me but again that's because of my mental disability, not because I was a girl. That and they were just shitty friends in general. I think this too would have been worse if I was attractive as I would have been seen as competition.

My bad experiences as a man
Socially, nothing really improved. I hear some people say that men are taken more seriously with certain things, especially when it comes to the workplace, but at my work men and women are treated the same. I feel more confident now, but that's because my gender dysphoria has lessoned considerably.

I don't feel comfortable asking for help anymore, especially when it comes to mental health. Whenever I do people are less enthusiastic about helping me. I've also seen a decrease in the quality of help I receive. I also find that it's harder to talk to people. It's like they just aren't as comfortable around me and don't trust me as much. It's hard to make friends compared to a few years ago. People overall treat me neutrally and sometimes slightly negatively. I've noticed strangers are more wary around me. Nothing like pulling their kids away or clutching their purses harder, but they tend to stay at a farther distance and don't make eye contact with me as often (not that I mind, but it is something I've noticed).

Final thoughts

It was a jarring experience. I went from being treated like how a person should be treated (trusted, listened to, etc.) to being treated, well, like a man. In my experience I have been treated far worse as a man. I by no means regret transitioning in any way, but I really wish someone would have prepared me for this.

Keep in mind, these experiences are my own. For others it can be much different. Additionally, I've only been a man for two years now so maybe that "male privilege" I keep hearing about will kick in sometime soon (that's a joke of course). That or I'll experience more and worse misandry, especially as I get further along in my transition and become even more masculine.
 
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