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By Anonymous - / Sunday 15 September 2013 07:53 / United States
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Should've told them you'd write down your gender on a piece of paper for them. Leave and have the words "I have an unusually high voice." Leave them questioning their judgement forever!!! Always wondering...

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I'm not saying that she didn't have to find out. I'm saying that OP didn't have to have been told the reason that the other person talked to OP to begin with. Unless, am I reading your statement wrong?

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#4, I don't think your logic for hitting her would be correct: She came up to talk to her, to determine Op's gender. Op answered, revealing she was indeed female, and the questioner was thrilled to discover this, leading me to believe she was on Op's side in the first place by betting she was a girl. So while making such a bet may be a bit insensitive, Op would be slugging out the wrong person, IMO. :) Punch out her friends! ;P

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I agree with you. Personally, I can see a lot of advantages to being gender-neutral, specifically less pressure to act in a certain way based on genitalia.

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It does seem rude that she did not consider that it would make op feel bad, but from the information given it doesn't seem like she was intentionally trying to offend her either. But, just because some stranger made an insensitive comment to op doesn't mean they have to feel bad! The beauty to life is that we get to decide how we want to see things :)

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Neither being male or female is a bad thing, so what's so horrible about being confused with the wrong gender? It shouldn't be offensive. A little kid once asked my transgender friend if he was a boy or a girl, and he was totally okay with being asked. Little kids seem kinda wise in that respect; there shouldn't be anything wrong with asking someone that sort of thing. There's nothing wrong with a boy looking like a girl or a girl looking like a boy.

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#22- not sure if that was a reply to 12 or 16, but 12's joke did in fact fit here, seeing as how Meg has gender identity crisis in almost every episode of family guy... And 16's reference to Pauly D, was also pretty accurate based on number 12's chosen hair style. So your comment is the only one I don't see working here....

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