That cosplayer also takes advantage of makeup, fancy camera angles and photoshop. Now you can argue that women use the same tricks, and I agree, they do. But just because a woman looks good in her pictures it doesn't mean she's beautiful in reality too. And reality is what matters when you're in a relationship with one.
At the end of the day I have no idea what your real feelings on the matter are, obviously. If you want to be with someone like that then go for it. But I often get the impression that many people who like traps or trannies or whatever you want to call them do so either because it's a fetish or because they can't get the real deal. Arguably there's nothing wrong with the former (I'm the last who should judge, I bet there are plenty of people out there who find bondage gross), but the latter is a much more complicated situation.>>13622145
I don't know what to say. Let's say a schizophrenic person thinks they're the incarnation of some ancient deity. Should people play along? You could say that humouring them a little can do no harm, but that's what I'm so unsure about. Catering to trans people is a recent development, we don't know how these people will turn out in the long run, in terms of mental health I mean.
I get the feeling that this whole push for transsexuality is just another way of making business. You need to pay a fortune for a "healthy" transition, let's not even talk about the full set of surgeries, and so all of this is extremely profitable for the hospitals and the drug manufacturers.