Hermaphrodite chat room

12-Mar-2016 06:09

i have found some support, but im a greedy ***** and i want all the attention... Every song reminded me of Im sorry to say I cant move from this. Okay, before I get slammed , I am not a hermaphodite, but I have two friends in my life who are and I love them dearly. Im at work now and thought it was a good idea to...I'm very glad to be here and share alittle about myself to you all! We will have a four bedroom house with three full bathrooms set against the mountains. I woke up today not blonde and beautiful,rich and healthy. Puffy eyed and head swollen from 3 days of a broken heart. I had energy today,came from out of nowhere as I was just drinking water. That's what my mom said the doctors told her before I was born. in and out of bed now,losing wat er,good though,sad but good.shakng still..eating.drinkng water.It doesn’t cause her any discomfort but it can put off potential adopters.They see there’s a stigma around it.“Potentially, with the insurance, they think there may be health issues, even though she’s been given the all-clear by vets. While it does not cause any physical or health problems, RSPCA carers had feared Holly’s unusual situation was putting potential owners off since her arrival at the re-homing centre in November.But since a media appeal last month, staff at the charity’s Coventry and Nuneaton district branch in the West Midlands have had inquiries from as far afield as Denmark.

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Centres or areas dedicated to supporting hermaphrodites have led to the rise of similar establishments within other fictional lands, such as Goldfur's Herm Haven, based in The Chakat's Den website and Forest Tales series of stories.[1] On Furry MUCK, the Hermaphrodite Haven (usually referred to as Herm Haven) is one of the busiest social areas.

I was sort of surprised when one of the players found no mention of him being hermaphroditic on their PHB.

Turns out his version of the PHB was a later printing where it had been edited out. he bought his book in the UK and the older version was purchased in the US, but it would seem odd to have a separate print run for both.

Intersex is the going phrase I believe, but it sounds like they adjusted the wording to be safe. Turns out that hermaphrodite is kind of an offensive term now, for humans at least. Non-Binary is a better term but may also be confusing to some. Corellon is both male and female, according to elven legend, going back to 1e Deities & Demigods - this wasn't Gygax seeking LGBT brownie points.

Intersex is the going phrase I believe, but it sounds like they adjusted the wording to be safe. Yeah, especially since the main reason "hermaphrodite" is kind of offensive is that the word denotes specific reproductive capabilities, and that denotation does not fit RL intersex humans. But for a fictitious elven god, it may well have been accurate, and furthermore quite interesting: it would mean that Corellon can be both a mother and a father, which seems suitably godlike to me at least. (On the other hand, you can find people who are offended by the term "androgynous" too.) At least the main point of the paragraph is still there: "This is a fantasy game, and we fully endorse you being whoever and whatever you damn well please." Yes, intersex is the correct term. No real world human can be biologically fully male and female AFAIK, but s/he is a god.

Centres or areas dedicated to supporting hermaphrodites have led to the rise of similar establishments within other fictional lands, such as Goldfur's Herm Haven, based in The Chakat's Den website and Forest Tales series of stories.[1] On Furry MUCK, the Hermaphrodite Haven (usually referred to as Herm Haven) is one of the busiest social areas.

I was sort of surprised when one of the players found no mention of him being hermaphroditic on their PHB.

Turns out his version of the PHB was a later printing where it had been edited out. he bought his book in the UK and the older version was purchased in the US, but it would seem odd to have a separate print run for both.

Intersex is the going phrase I believe, but it sounds like they adjusted the wording to be safe. Turns out that hermaphrodite is kind of an offensive term now, for humans at least. Non-Binary is a better term but may also be confusing to some. Corellon is both male and female, according to elven legend, going back to 1e Deities & Demigods - this wasn't Gygax seeking LGBT brownie points.

Intersex is the going phrase I believe, but it sounds like they adjusted the wording to be safe. Yeah, especially since the main reason "hermaphrodite" is kind of offensive is that the word denotes specific reproductive capabilities, and that denotation does not fit RL intersex humans. But for a fictitious elven god, it may well have been accurate, and furthermore quite interesting: it would mean that Corellon can be both a mother and a father, which seems suitably godlike to me at least. (On the other hand, you can find people who are offended by the term "androgynous" too.) At least the main point of the paragraph is still there: "This is a fantasy game, and we fully endorse you being whoever and whatever you damn well please." Yes, intersex is the correct term. No real world human can be biologically fully male and female AFAIK, but s/he is a god.

Most of this article refers to the entity on Furry MUCK, though public areas with the same name exist in many other places.