I'm glad you chose to post, thank you.
I realize my "tone" in the leading post of this thread likely inspires a sense of negativity. I must reiterate that I cherish your feelings for me, Sindras, as well as the feelings of those other XYs (granted, you're <i>particularly</i> special to me, and I really want to cherish you in the physical sense).
I suppose my feelings regarding this article are rooted in my powerful distaste for chauvinistic behaviour and the depressing male-centric power structure which has been perpetuated for far too long. I feel an inclination to help further the feminist movement and (though it's probably just my ego) I believe I could genuinely be of assistance to some girls if they would open up to me.
Do not misconstrue this as an indirect request for a gender-reassignment surgery. You should be the sex and gender you are most comfortable with, and changing that in an attempt just to appease me will have the opposite affect upon my feelings. The gesture would be infinitely flattering, but I’d then feel like shit because I was unable to explain clearly enough how important your choices are to me.
I have no right to complain, I suppose. I’ve been more lucky than I should deserve to be, whether my theories on Karma are correct or not (really though, my life is probably the best proof to use to refute the entire existence of Karma). You, and the other boys shouldn’t feel bad because of how I feel. If anything, you should be angry I had the gull to make a thread like this. I’m not sure I can ever stress enough how much of a rotten and tiresome shit I am. And I don’t mean that as something to put myself down. It’s a waring.
. . . this probably should have been all kept private, but the part of me which desires to be accepted into the Keenspace community was quite vocal right now, and it told me to try a little humanization. Sometimes I wonder if I should just silence that voice like the others. Honestly . . . humanize me? BAH! This better pan out . . .
Odd that "Skype" isn't one of the options in the profile. Granted, MSN is now defunct and Skype its replacement . . .