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Damn, the Emprah proto is sick! Truly an awesome figure.
5 maand(en) geleden
they're so beautiful.... bro....im gonna go bankrupt
5 maand(en) geleden
Hope they'll show a prototype for this at winter wonfes. I need updates on moth!
7 maand(en) geleden
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Watch this cost like 30k lol
7 maand(en) geleden
I sure think this would make a cool figure and I'm excited to see how it turns out. How about you guys?

Guys?

Guys?
9 maand(en) geleden
it's cool but where is aCHILLES's FIGURE
9 maand(en) geleden
Senbei1 jaar geleden#64825337...
As for your second example, I would say no, rights for women would not be accomplished. Just because they have all hypothetically transitioned into women, does not mean that they do not abide by laws and social constructs that restrict women.....


I think the above example highlights the problem. If men decided to say they identified as women, then equal rights already exist. There are no social constructs to talk about since men (identifiable by sex, but who can self-identify as women) have enjoyed everything that women who identify by sex keep requesting. Ultimately, ones biological sex becomes irrelevant under the view that one can just pick what one considers themselves to be.

Also on the inter-sex, it is seen in my area as a birth defect and is very rare from what I hear.

Anyway, as you said, back to figure comments :)
1 jaar geleden
ddarko1 jaar geleden#64824822But what do you mean by such persons exist based on consideration? Biologically speaking, there are only two sexes in the human species, right? One may consider themselves something else, but that would just be psychological, or at least it’s the only option I can see. Your culture might foster such psychological inclinations you might have, but cultures like mine would just see it as unnecessarily complicating ones life. In terms of complexity, you cannot deny that grounding ones sex in ones physically verifiable aspects is more simple and concrete too, right? If it’s grounded on ones psychological state, it’s fickle and confusing.
By the way, I don’t mean to be hurtful, just trying to understand...
To give an example, suppose you were to marry a woman. But sometime later, there is no guarantee that they might not feel that they are a man. So now, you are faced with a situation that you are married to a man, although you did marry a woman. So now does that make you a gay person (if you identified as a male?)
Or to give another example, today there is growing concern in my part of the world about rights of women. But, if all or most men just said that they actually consider themselves as women, then does that mean equal rights for women is already accomplished?


Intersex people exist. Gender alignment/ Sex reassignment surgery also exists to help bridge the psychological aspects of gender to physical.

As for your example, possibly. It could mean that you are gay (or bi, etc) but it could just as easily mean that you are not. There are many cases where a SO could still love the transitioned person but is not attracted to them. Being trans does not automatically mean that your tastes will change, but they always might.

As for your second example, I would say no, rights for women would not be accomplished. Just because they have all hypothetically transitioned into women, does not mean that they do not abide by laws and social constructs that restrict women. Therefore, unless laws and social constructs are changed and amended, then your hypothetical situation of an all woman society could possibly achieve "equal rights", not that there would be any men to be equal to.

I think it's great that you're trying to understand, but as another user mentioned, let's get back to talking about the figure.
1 jaar geleden
Hatchuu1 jaar geleden#64792909The fact of the matter is that there are people who consider themselves of neither gender like myself or change their gender and sex. Just because you don't know them, doesn't mean they don't exist. MFC is an international website and has all kinds of people on it who have different ideas to your own, so your comments might sound a bit hurtful even if you don't intend it.
It might sound complex, but for a lot of people it's just not a one-or-the-other situation, but more a sliding scale.
Anyway, ought to get back to actual comments on the figure, tho.


But what do you mean by such persons exist based on consideration? Biologically speaking, there are only two sexes in the human species, right? One may consider themselves something else, but that would just be psychological, or at least it’s the only option I can see. Your culture might foster such psychological inclinations you might have, but cultures like mine would just see it as unnecessarily complicating ones life. In terms of complexity, you cannot deny that grounding ones sex in ones physically verifiable aspects is more simple and concrete too, right? If it’s grounded on ones psychological state, it’s fickle and confusing.

By the way, I don’t mean to be hurtful, just trying to understand...

To give an example, suppose you were to marry a woman. But sometime later, there is no guarantee that they might not feel that they are a man. So now, you are faced with a situation that you are married to a man, although you did marry a woman. So now does that make you a gay person (if you identified as a male?)

Or to give another example, today there is growing concern in my part of the world about rights of women. But, if all or most men just said that they actually consider themselves as women, then does that mean equal rights for women is already accomplished?
1 jaar geleden
Hatchuu ADDR:HATCHUU_TEIWAZ_MFC/.
ddarko1 jaar geleden#64740864Huh? Where I live, it’s just two sexes. Male or female. There can be people born with unclear sex, but it’s just considered a birth defect. So it’s pretty simple, and as far as I can tell, makes sense. There are no fluctuations from time to time, and a person remains that sex for the rest of their life....

The fact of the matter is that there are people who consider themselves of neither gender like myself or change their gender and sex. Just because you don't know them, doesn't mean they don't exist. MFC is an international website and has all kinds of people on it who have different ideas to your own, so your comments might sound a bit hurtful even if you don't intend it.
It might sound complex, but for a lot of people it's just not a one-or-the-other situation, but more a sliding scale.

Anyway, ought to get back to actual comments on the figure, tho.
1 jaar geleden
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