<sorry i cant spell for beans> If you woke up tomorrow morning and found your self to be the oppissit sex what would your first reaction be? What would the possitive and negitive things about being a guy/girl for a week? Just a pick your brain kind of question. Abby
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I think It would be a really strange thing to wake up as a guy. I think my first thought (since I sleep in the nude) would be where are my brests and what the h*ll is that thing. Then I would figure out that I'm a guy and well just see how much fun I could have as a guy. My poor b/f though, wonder what he would do for a week knowing I'm a guy like him???
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Second Reaction: How am I gonna explain THIS to my girlfriend?
If I knew it was only for a week, I'd be happy...I would be absolutely thrilled. I think I mentioned this somewhere else, but I'm a transsexual (mildly so) and have always wanted to know what it's _really_ like to be a boy. I'd be having a great time exploring, though, getting to know what it's like to be a guy, to be in a guy's body...
The cons...If I didn't know it was only for a week, I would be worried. My girlfriend might get a little wierded out by it. My friends would go bonkers nuts (unless we told them I had gone away for a week, and that 'Dmitri' was my gal's new 'boyfriend'). I think another problem would be having a mind that's used to being female wired into a body that's supposed to be male.
But I'd get to play with condoms...Whee!
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I would probably be a bit unsure of myself for a while... But it'd be an awesome experience to be the opposite sex for a day! If only that could happen ::sigh::. I would want to see if people react differently to me (at stores an stuff) because of my gender. And I wonder if I would get in trouble for wearing dresses and stuff to school... Hmmmmm
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Every time I see this topic being discussed anywhere I have to put in my .02 so here goes:
I would LOVE that. The pros: in most of my dreams I am a guy. I would also not have to hide the fact that I enjoy girls very, very much. I would be much less judged based on my appearance or whether or not I know how to do various girl things (I am a bad cook and my boyfriend is rapidly exceeding my abilities in this art as it is...hehe...): not that I think everyone is obsessed with that stuff but really some of the comments I get would lead me to believe that a fair number think I am some kind of female impersonator because it all boils down to my being a tomboy.
In my coolest dreams, I am always a guy anyway (including sex dreams...ahem...) which is interesting and I've considered whether or not I am transsexual since I have many friends who are. I've come to the conclusion that changing one's gender by medical means does not generally become a fix-it-all for a person's life problems/issues, so I wouldn't do it because I like to fantasize but I like my girly bits and such... but hey, if I were to magically get to skip all of that and just become a boy...I'd be all over that!
The cons: I think if I were a boy I wouldn't enjoy sex as much contrary to popular belief. I would also probably waste my entire opportunity being freaked out about the sudden change, and be put into a loony bin when it was all over with. And although I'd be a guy, I still wouldn't really know how to approach girls AS A GUY. I wouldn't know how I'm really supposed to relate, even though I know various things about guys in general. That doesn't mean I have to be one. And the ultimate con: What if I decided that I REALLY liked it better despite all of these cons and then...poof...I have to go back. Eek. No, thanks.
Ohh... sounds like fun Well, after getting over the surprise, worry about what clothes to wear... I doubt my clothes would look good on a female body. Then go out every night and try to pull the straight guys who I like (ohh... and maybe my female friend who I, uhh, really liked (and asked out and made a prat out of myself), and who I found out was actually a lesbian when I came out to her). Actually, no, that would be cruel. Maybe I wouldn't do that. Oh, now I just don't know I'd see how long I could get away w/out telling anyone who I really was. Can I assume I wouldn't get a period in that one week? Yeuch...
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If I awoke and found out I was a woman, I probably wouldn't leave the house for about a week. Once I had things pretty well figured out, I guess I'd like to do all the things that I cannot do as a male. Flirt my way out of a traffic citation, wear low-cut shirts to attract attention, and spend inordinate amounts of time in the gym locker room.
But I would only be willing to trade on the condition that I'd get my regular guy body back at the end of 3 weeks...before menstruation. I'm a big baby and don't think I would enjoy a period very much.
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I'm with Laughs_Wisely here. (WOOHOO!! ... wait a minute...)
I think the first thing I would do if I suddenly had a boy body would be to strip naked, put on a long dark green flowing hippie skirt, lace up my combat boots, and go dancing in the rain. Not that I've thought about this at all.
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i will admit that i have wondered often about what it would be like to be a guy. more so, i think about what it would be like for a guy to be a girl, preferably during that time of the month so they have to put up with bloating, mood swings, and cramps.
If it happened durring a week when you had your period, you would probably think that you were bleeding and hurting because it somehow got cut off.
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I'd have to lock myself in my room if I woke up a woman.
Not just to examine my new parts, mind you (though having breasts would be fairly entertaining). I'd just make a really ugly girl unless my body changed a whole lot more than just anatomy. Even if I looked decent, I'd have to go find some clothes. If you've got it, flaunt it (well, if you're not going to have it forever, anyway)! No reason to hide it behind all my t-shirts and cargo shorts.
If it was a Thursday night, I'd have to go to Gameworks. Nothing like getting stuff for free just because you're female. And maybe I'd have to go to Victoria's Secret and see what that place is really all about. When I got bored with everything else, I'd start flirting with anything on two legs and see how well that works.
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