Yes. I posted this just because Elizabeth McGovern has an adorable Bottom and Yes, I envision the heads of Downton Being both women and yes I fantasies about the fact that Cora’s Wife walks in on Mr. Bricker trying to make the moves on her Wife even though he knows full well that Cora is a Sapphic and said Wife is wearing the female version of Robert’s Army dress red’s and clocks Mr. Bricker so hard that she knocks him out immediately and the day after while the two are relaxing following a long day of dealing with Downton and such Cora and her Wife end up discussing Mr. Bricker and Cora openly admits to the fact that she has been thinking about her Wife clocking that “horrid man” in the face for the entire day and in very Cora like fashion insists that she needs to make it up to her.
Is a transgender person obligated to tell someone that they are transgender before they have sex with them? And if they don’t tell them, is it not ill-informed consent (molestation)?
It's one of the most disgusting, ill-mannered, fuccked up questioned I have ever had to deal with in recent times, but it is also riveting.
This question is interesting to me because of two characters: Zeus from Greek Mythology, Indra from Hindu Mythology. Zeus and Indra had shape-shifting power, which they used in wooing women. People who believed in Greek and Hindu mythology never considered Zeus and Indra’s manipulation as molestation, it was rather considered romantic, playful, and blessing.
The difference between a transgender person and those so-called gods is Indra and Zerus were lying about who they were and a transgender person isn’t even though transphobic people assume that they are.
This is a two-part question, so let's answer both:
‘’Is a transgender person obligated to tell someone that they are transgender before they have sex with them?’’ —— A person isn’t obligated to reveal their gender neither legally nor morally.
‘’If a transgender person doesn’t reveal that they are trans, is it not ill-informed consent and molestation?’’ —— Gender has nothing to do with consent and informed consent only applies to medical procedures as far as I know.
Although legal and medical definitions vary, molestation is typically defined as oral, anal, or vaginal penetration that involves threats or forces against a person who is unwilling (ie, nonconsenting) or incapacitated (because of cognitive or physical disability or intoxication).
"I'm sorry guys, it turns out I'm not *insert gender/sexuality*, I was just a bit confused."
Is perfectly valid. Want to use new pronouns? Go for it! Bi didn't quite fit, but pan does?! Identify with that! If you stop identifying as something, I'm not going to judge! I'm just glad that you're closer to finding yourself!
(For a woman who transitioned either socially, medically, or both, into a transgender man, and has since detransitioned/started detransitioning back into a cis woman, who also is attracted to other women/females)