Would you consider...

Genderfree Genderfree
...a person who transitioned, then transitioned back, to be cisgendered?

It's a completely random question, I don't know any person who HAS done this (as of yet).
03/31/2013
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needapacker needapacker
Yes. If someone detransitioned they were never trans in the first place.
03/31/2013
GONE! GONE!
It depends on what they identify as in the end. Not everyone detransitions for the same reasons. They might end up identifying as genderqueer or something like that. If they consider themselves cis, then tney're cis.
04/01/2013
Peggi Peggi
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Originally posted by GONE!
It depends on what they identify as in the end. Not everyone detransitions for the same reasons. They might end up identifying as genderqueer or something like that. If they consider themselves cis, then tney're cis.
I basically second this. It all depends on what happens during the detransition. There could be various forms it'll take, and I'd consider them to be whatever they identify as.
04/01/2013
Ciao. Ciao.
Yeah, it's all about their own identity. There are I am positive some instances of people who have transitioned and then detransitioned at various states in the process, but it tends not to happen all that frequently.
04/02/2013
raffi raffi
hmm ... as far as an intimate relationship and my soulmate, that's a hard question to really answer. perhaps it is because i believe i'm with my soulmate and feel like he's irreplacable. for my own body and household i want as little medical interference as possible - so a gender transformation surgical procedure would be very difficult for me to be ok with. however, if one day my man wanted to walk around in a dress and put on makeup - whatever i'm fine with that.

as far as friendships, acquaintanceships, the millions of people i may come in contact but never really "know" - do what you've gotta do to be happy, your life is yours to do with as you choose, and the person who is your soulmate will agree with the choices you've made to be happy.
04/02/2013
Genderfree Genderfree
Quote:
Originally posted by raffi
hmm ... as far as an intimate relationship and my soulmate, that's a hard question to really answer. perhaps it is because i believe i'm with my soulmate and feel like he's irreplacable. for my own body and household i want as little ... More
Huh??

On topic:
On the other hand, yes, it's all about how they identify! I was thinking more that the individual had been living as their 'ideal' gender at the time for a long time, maybe including bottom surgery, then de-transitioned. It seems tricky to me to consider them "cis" because I feel like that's saying "you were born that way". Anyway, it's hard to explain, it was just a thought.
04/04/2013
charletnarouh charletnarouh
i think it's all about how they identify. It's not for me to apply labels. They have to figure that out for themselves. i know a trans man who went off T and stopped the process because of health reasons but he's still a man and still trans even though the process of his transition has regressed and he's biologically and anatomically "female". It's their body and their mind, no one else really gets a say in my opinion.
04/09/2013
treehugger treehugger
Yeah, I'd say it depends what they identify as. A person can be trans* regardless of if or how they transition.
04/10/2013
Mediumsizedman Mediumsizedman
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Originally posted by needapacker
Yes. If someone detransitioned they were never trans in the first place.
This. For the most part those who are detransitioning are doing so because they were never trans in the first place.
04/14/2013
Kyle Hunter Kyle Hunter
i believe its how a person identifies
04/14/2013
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