Androginy

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    Feb 29, 2008 3:36 PM GMT
    Para aqueles que gostam de Adroginia, seja em vocĂȘ ou em seu parceiro. Discutir no forum os principais preconceitos do esteriotipo, pessoas pensam que androginia esta relacionada com o fato de tendencia a ser trans ou shemale.

    For whose likes Androginy, wether being yourself or in your partner. Share opnions about the mainly stereotypes of androginy, people who think androginy is related in fact of being trans or shemale.


    For me for example: i love of seeing me as androginy, not that i would like to be a woman, or shemale.. the fact of confusing str8 boys and take some advantage
    hehehe =P
    I does suit better at gym when i take a time act like a queen at the hot males who work
    as instructor in my gym, this provides me a few look at him tapping his balls..!
    Know what i mean? =P Well i wish str8 guys than gay ones... i think thats my problem...
    hehehe!
    Enjoy yourself at this forum, lets share more experiences like that.

  • Squarejaw

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    Feb 29, 2008 8:34 PM GMT
    monalisa saidKnow what i mean?
    Um...no.
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    Feb 29, 2008 8:54 PM GMT
    I have nothing against androgyny as an art form or a lifestyle, but it's not something that I've found myself attracted to. Having experimented in a past relationship with someone who themselves enjoyed dressing androgynously and the whole lifestyles, I found it wasn't terribly exciting or stimulating. But, I can that I didn't turn aware from it with ignorance, which why I tried it in the first place.

    Though there's no chance of ever dating someone whose transgendered or androgynous again, I still feel sorry for those who are, because they still have to suffer not only the bigotry of heterosexuals, but also a portion of the game community where they can find their only refuge. It's no wonder why some end up destroying themselves. They have no place to call their own.
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    Mar 01, 2008 6:52 AM GMT
    The Japanese have a better term for it: Bishounen

    It's not being transsexual at all. Bishounen applies to young men whose beauty transcends gender. That is, he sexually appealing to both men and women. He shows a weird merging of both masculine and feminine traits, though not to the point of dressing like a woman.

    I've known one bishounen online, and yes, he was beautiful. I mean, really beautiful, in the same way you can say a woman is beautiful. But not my type, honestly. icon_wink.gif

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    Mar 01, 2008 8:27 AM GMT
    Oww Great =P
    Love bishounen
    I think this twins are a good example
    of it Tokio_Hotel1.jpg


    yehaa
    and its hot!
    =D
    he is not intend to be a shemale or whatever, just himself =D thats cool about accepting the way u are... and being down to earth with that! hehehe

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    Mar 01, 2008 8:33 AM GMT
    The art of androginy is the same as this.
    Hypnotizing. Mistic and powerful.
    Mona Lisa
    Please check for more informations at wikipedia
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mona_lisa

    Leonardo used a pyramid design to place the woman simply and calmly in the space of the painting. Her folded hands form the front corner of the pyramid. Her breast, neck and face glow in the same light that softly models her hands. The light gives the variety of living surfaces an underlying geometry of spheres and circles. Leonardo referred to a seemingly simple formula for seated female figure: the images of seated Madonna, which were widely spread at the time. He effectively modified this formula in order to create the visual impression of distance between the sitter and the observer. The armrest of the chair functions as a dividing element between Mona Lisa and us. The woman sits markedly upright with her arms folded, which is also a sign of her reserved posture. Only her gaze is fixed on the observer and seems to welcome him to this silent communication. Since the brightly lit face is practically framed with various much darker elements (hair, veil, shadows), the observer's attraction to Mona Lisa's face is brought to even greater extent. Thus, the composition of the figure evokes an ambiguous effect: we are attracted to this mysterious woman but have to stay at a distance as if she were a divine creature. There is no indication of an intimate dialogue between the woman and the observer as is the case in the Portrait of Baldassare Castiglione (Louvre) painted by Raphael about ten years after Mona Lisa and undoubtedly influenced by Leonardo's portrait.

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    Mar 01, 2008 12:11 PM GMT
    At some point in the '90s, Leo DiCaprio was noted to be androgynous... Marilyn Manson? Well... icon_eek.gif
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    Mar 02, 2008 4:34 PM GMT
    Come on marylin manson is a freak =P
    hehehe
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    Mar 07, 2008 4:30 PM GMT
    In japan...
    ...The idea that same-sex attraction necessarily involves some kind of transgenderism or desire to be like or even become the opposite of one's biological sex is constantly reinforced by Japanese media which discuss homosexuality and transgenderism in the same context. For example, in the same edition of the popular magazine Da buinchi (March 1999) discussed above, there is an article on cross-dressing boy bands entitled 'Do you like men who are too beautiful?' The lead article includes interviews with some of the cross-dressed performers and goes into the history of cross-dressing in the Japanese music and theatre industry. Given the number of katakana (an indigenous alphabet for transcribing foreign words) terms introduced in these articles, the writers provide a glossary entitled 'Words to help you understand individuals who have gone beyond their sex [sei wo koeta hito bito].' The first word defined is gei [gay] which is glossed as 'male homosexual' [dansei dooseiaisha]; other words describing male homosexuals such as homo and okama are described as 'offensive.' Also defined are lezubian ['female homosexual'], nonke (a gay slang term for 'straight,' meaning literally 'no feeling,') is defined as 'heterosexual' [iseiaisha], toransusekusharu ('transsexual,' or persons who want to change their biological sex through an operation), toransujendaa ('transgender,' or persons who express themselves through the gender opposite to their biological sex but do not want an operation), toransubuesutaito ('transvestite,' or persons who want to dress as the opposite sex because of a 'fetish'), and nyuuhaafu (male-to-female transsexuals or male-to-female transgendered individuals who have 'come out' [kamu auto] and work in the sex industry [fuuzoku]. In this list it is not at all clear how gay men and lesbians want to 'go beyond' their sex or what, if anything, they have to do with transgendered individuals. The boys who cross-dress professionally as part of their stage act [described as imeeji kei, or 'image group'] state that their cross-dressing has nothing to do with same-sex desire and the couple described as an onabe and a nyuuhaafu are not 'homosexual' but transsexual. It is therefore not clear why the subject of homosexuality should come up at all in this context.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrYGzWl0UWA
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    Mar 07, 2008 4:32 PM GMT
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrYGzWl0UWA
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    Mar 07, 2008 5:22 PM GMT
    "it's time for androgyny, here comes Pat"
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  • auryn

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    Mar 07, 2008 6:08 PM GMT
    I can sum up androginy in two words from this years American Idol: Danny Noriega. *Sigh* He was this year's answer to Sanjayna, only with a MUCH better voice. He'll be missed.
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    Mar 07, 2008 6:25 PM GMT
    I thought he was horrible. Good riddance.
  • auryn

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    Mar 07, 2008 6:35 PM GMT
    McGay saidI thought he was horrible. Good riddance.


    He had the same effect on me that Celine Dion has. I've liked the voice, but I just can't look at either of them. Celine with her gaping stance so you can see her cooter scares me and Daniel with that performance from last Tuesday horrified me; he should have performed it in stilleto go-go boots. My fragile little mind has suffered trauma. I'll never be the same again.

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    Mar 07, 2008 6:45 PM GMT
    "cooter"

    HAHAHAHAHA!
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    Mar 07, 2008 7:06 PM GMT
    i used to have a cat named cooter