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Old 01.28.2013, 04:03 PM   #12
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glice, how does rob's expression of his "opposite gender" preferences equate transphobia?

i get it that he's not being inclusive of all forms of desire, probably because it would be daunting to catalog all its forms, but isn't the leap from limited-range to phobia a bit much? i mean-- he's not saying "transgender folk may not experience sexual attraction for anyone at the library."

it's sort of like saying that liking country music (one of the dominant genres in american pop culture) makes you against non-dominant forms of music. and i say this because you like country music (megabusiness) and play microsounds in your violin.
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