A friend sent me a video. I can't work out one aspect of it.
Now it's fairly safe for work, unless you are a member of the Westboro Baptists, so I am comfortable dropping the link here. If you don't want to watch, fine. It is a singularly beautiful woman transforming herself into a man.
Now, I have trans friends. Good friends. We've cried together, laughed together, got drunk together, got sober together, and at least one of them will take the 3 AM call and calmly ask if the shovel is needed and where. I don't judge about that. Genitalia means about as much as skin color, far as I am concerned. Friends are friends, end of.
I don't get the tattoos. As she washes, tattoos appear. Nice ink mostly, all credit to the artist involved, but my question is why? How are tats manly? More women than men have them anyway, and it is confusing the hell out of me.
In the space of 5 minutes 17 seconds, she goes from a very beautiful woman to a Central American pimp. Is that really how women see men these days?
What the hell went wrong?