A Journal of Mormon Scripture 4 I understand that some doubts have arisen in your mind. Probably I have entertained some of them in my own mind. And perhaps I still harbor some of them myself.
Most trannies are narcissistic. Now when I say this, I mean dangerously so. They will have a certain in-ability to read situations around themselves.
They can just walk through a busy situation and utterly ignore everything around them. It's just a disastrously poor situational awareness.
I've noticed this about each and every tranny I've ever been around, zero situational awareness. Another thing is the lack of shame. This carries over to the narcissism, but trannies will not have any understanding of shame.
A normal person can realize that adopting exaggurated mannerisms of the opposite gender doesn't make you the opposite sex. A normal person doesn't even realize the difference between sex and gender, because there isn't.
But they become deluded that they're trannies, mainly in response to a perceived failure sometime in the past that they cannot let go of. A failure that makes them less of a man.
But instead of getting back up, they choose the easy way out. By becoming a woman. And then they weirdly flaunt their failures.
Going on about their sexuality, or how empowered they are as a woman. Again, a normal person can't make sense of it. And what is a direct red flag of narcissism? They think themselves as God. That tranny that wrote the article has a very holier than thou method of narrative. At any time someone says "Imagine you're….
This couples back with the lack of shame and lack of situational awareness.
The tranny parades around as if transitioning solved their problems. As if they are some infallible gods.
So to answer the question, you're more or less correct. The tranny wishes to be the Mary Sue of their life. Every tranny wants to be the center of the universe.The Purdue University Online Writing Lab serves writers from around the world and the Purdue University Writing Lab helps writers on Purdue's campus.
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