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Tommy's bed time
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Old, unfinished sketch of me and Tom cuddling
Tommy loves to read this book with me. It even shows pictures of penises and vaginas!

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Published: 2 years, 1 month ago
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yohancool
2 years, 1 month ago
So cute ^_^ More, please, more
KevinSnowpaw
2 years, 1 month ago
XD
Kittzy
2 years, 1 month ago
"There are 3 genders, 4, even 5" Oh really, this book says otherwise.
DiogenesShandor
2 years, 1 month ago
There are no genders. At least in the sense you intend. Genders are just male and female stereotypes that somehow got themselves advertised as being essential parts of people's identities.
TayFerret
2 years, 1 month ago
I think the word "sex" should refer to reproduction or intercourse. The word "gender" should be whether you're male or female.
Serrano
2 years ago
How come?
TayFerret
2 years ago
Because gender in the modern sense doesn't really exist, I think it should go back to meaning someone's actual, physical "maleness or femaleness".
Serrano
2 years ago
So you're a traditionalist then?
TayFerret
2 years ago
Obviously not. :P
Serrano
2 years ago
Nah, you said you want things to go back to how they were before when gender described maleness and femaleness. Sorry to tell ya this, but the world doesn't really like going backwards, and language changes with time. Some words have more staying power than others like the word "cool," but there are others that gotta recycled and reformed at some point.
jumpingbunny
1 year, 4 months ago
i get what youre saying, but what about "gender reassignment."  to me, that person is still a their original gender, but mutilated.
TayFerret
1 year, 4 months ago
Correct.
jumpingbunny
1 year, 4 months ago
its crazy to think someone who has had sex reassignment can legally be called female. im not hating on reassignment, to each his/her/its own.
TayFerret
1 year, 4 months ago
Yeah, if people wanna mess up their bodies, I won't stop them. :P
EtherBunnny41
1 year, 6 months ago
Sex is physical, gender is mental. If the word "sex" having more than one definition confuses or upsets you, that's not the dictionary's problem.
EvanSKVRL
2 years, 1 month ago
Very cute. :B Also, nice ferrety foot details.
TayFerret
2 years, 1 month ago
Gotta show off those ferret feets!
zfqfmb
2 years, 1 month ago
Someone's confusing genders and sexes.
Yonk
2 years, 1 month ago
Even then, there are rare cases of people with XXX, XXY, XYY, and even XY but otherwise female. That's not even counting the variety of hermaphrodites who are genotypically normal, or the manifold cultures that define "gender" differently.
DiogenesShandor
2 years, 1 month ago
Sexes are actually defined by gamete production
Yonk
2 years, 1 month ago
Then what about people who are sterile (for whatever reason) or the aforementioned XY females? There's always going to be flaws with an absolutist system.
DiogenesShandor
2 years, 1 month ago
When you say XY females, do you mean androgen insensitivity syndrome? Because from a technical standpoint that's just male, albeit with what is technically a type of pseudohermaphoraditism.

If it's some type XY female that produces ova though, then they're female.
Yonk
2 years, 1 month ago
I mean females who are XY but have a missing/defective SRY gene (which is the one that triggers male development in the womb). These women are anatomically and functionally female, but genetically male. They even produce gametes that contain either X or Y chromosomes, which if they mate will 25% of the time will result in the conception of a natural YY embryo (albeit one that will be aborted or stillborn as it's impossible for a human to survive without the genes on the X chromosome). Granted, this is a very rare mutation, but as I said it only takes ONE exception to prove an absolutist claim to be false.
DiogenesShandor
2 years, 1 month ago
If they make eggs and can conceive 75% of the time then they're female
zfqfmb
2 years, 1 month ago
Well on the culture thing it's a bit easier since other cultures generally have different words for 'gender' which show them as different concepts. It's not correct to simply translate them as 'gender' in the way we understand it.

In regards to genetics anomalous chromosomes aren't usually counted, biosex generally being determined by sexual anatomy and secondary sexual characteristics. This gives rise to male, female and intersex. Recently genetics has been taken into account with our ability to actually test for such things, but generally an individual will be assigned one of the three labels.

This is of course an area of debate and confusion, many people can't separate gender and sex at all and there are arguments of what labels should be applied.
Yonk
2 years, 1 month ago
Mincing semantics aside, it wasn't very long ago in THIS culture that sexual orientation was considered central to definitions of gender. A man was a male who was sexually attracted to females, with no exceptions; a man attracted to males was merely "defective" (and criminally so). By that definition, the two males depicted in this drawing could not have the proper masculine gender, because they have a gay relationship. That's not a cultural difference, just time and increased progressivism in the same culture.
zfqfmb
2 years, 1 month ago
It's something that's surprisingly widespread, with some variations. The Romans for example were fans of males being penetrators. Being gay was fine and dandy but being a bottom wasn't. (And lesbians...) My own culture has a place for men 'who are like women' but they can't be men, they're a third gender apart.

Mind the two males pictured here would be in hot water in most countries.
Yonk
2 years, 1 month ago
Last I counted (couple years ago) 37% of countries had laws criminalizing homosexual behavior. However, this doesn't include countries where there are no such laws, but vigilante violence or widespread discrimination is prevalent, as that's largely regional and difficult to objectively track, compared to just reading every country's current constitution or equivalent.
zfqfmb
2 years, 1 month ago
I was thinking more about the cub nature of one of the individuals involved here, which is somewhat more restricted than plain homosexuality.
Yonk
2 years, 1 month ago
Oh! Well, in that case, better edit "most countries" to "all countries", because there aren't any where adult/child relationships are legal or culturally tolerated.
zfqfmb
2 years ago
Not legally no, though there are... situations. France recently had a bit of a tussle over such things.
DiogenesShandor
2 years, 1 month ago
All genders are deprecated
DiogenesShandor
2 years, 1 month ago
Which is to say, a gender is just when you let manhood or womanhood define you. It's bad enough even when that's done by people who do have the relevant parts.
HattieTheHat
2 years, 1 month ago
They look overdressed.
TayFerret
2 years, 1 month ago
Tommy's only wearing a shirt though. :3
Donamer
2 years, 1 month ago
Thanks Uncy Tay.
IsaacTheWolf
2 years, 1 month ago
Hahaha that book title, love it
TayFerret
2 years, 1 month ago
I wonder if such a book exists and where I might find it! :P
zfqfmb
2 years, 1 month ago
Amazon used to carry it, it was published by the group PragerU who are still active on Youtube and authored by Burt Folsom. 'Sadly' it was pulled with a number of other titles when Amazon got complaints about offensive T-shirts (Some of which you can still buy!)
TayFerret
2 years, 1 month ago
Well, if it's a PragerU thing, I don't think it's my kind of book.
zfqfmb
2 years ago
Honestly, I'm surprised you're reading this book in the pic. I've yet to see a 2-genderer that supports gay, let alone cub.
TayFerret
2 years ago
I tend to form my own opinions rather than aligning with one political party.
zfqfmb
2 years ago
Oh it's not political party, I've never seen any one PERSON with that sort of philosophy. In general I've found the logic that goes 'There are only two genders' always continues 'and the only good combination is man-woman.'
DiBaAs
1 year, 10 months ago
I don't think that's a fair assumption to make.  No group of individuals ever overcame diversity alone, it's most always a large group of individuals from all walks of life that made it happen.

I'm a bisexual male, but I know as a member of a sexually dimorphic species that there are differences between men and women.  How we choose to define roles to what men and women do is a social construct, and that is applied to gender and gender roles.

I also know that other cultures, mostly older, have made gender specifications for outliers, and modern sensibilities are trying to use those as the preferred identifiers for certain individuals.

For many people, myself included, that muddies the waters for what you would identity an individual as from first glance, and the overreaction from saying the wrong thing is where the opposite reaction that there are only two genders is coming from.  Forcing someone to change their perspective to match your own isn't going to make them understand you better, it only makes them resent you moreso for attempting it.

I'm for sexual freedom, and I think it's really no one's business but my own.  I do, however, mind when my bathrooms are combined with the women's bathroom in an attempt to be inclusive, because now my rights and sensibilities are being tossed aside for someone else, and I'm none too pleased with that.  You should think about the other side of the equation if you truly want it to be equal.
zfqfmb
1 year, 10 months ago
A well written and thought out position.
Rhumba
2 years, 1 month ago
Too bad neither of them want to fuck you because it would probably snap you out of this unappealing edgy social reject phase.
WeakenedState
2 years ago
He's just beefing because he accidentally touched a vag when he was groping jeans again.
TayFerret
2 years ago
What does that even mean? :P
jbyoung100
2 years, 1 month ago
Hehe, maybe he should demonstrate one of the genders firsthand. X3

(Btw, I'm neutral with this whole gender thing that's going on right now. I'm just here for the naughty pics.)
TayFerret
2 years, 1 month ago
I'm sure they will both demonstrate their male gender soon!
Serrano
2 years, 1 month ago
OH BOY HERE WE FUCKING GO
TayFerret
2 years, 1 month ago
The next step in my quest to get everyone to hate me.
Joeyboy
2 years, 1 month ago
Congratulations?
C1de
2 years, 1 month ago
N i c e   r e a d
Agrius
2 years, 1 month ago
What's with the trans hate?  Joke?  Real?
FurCollector
2 years, 1 month ago
A good choice, nice to see he wants the little one to be properly educated :3 Nice bait too haha, well made
TayFerret
2 years, 1 month ago
I'm a master-baiter!
Neos8
2 years, 1 month ago
Very nice pic and nice for the kid to be educated
TayFerret
2 years, 1 month ago
He's a really smart little fox. :D
nomudkipz
2 years, 1 month ago
Lawl.
OneManArmy
2 years, 1 month ago
Sex and gender are different things.

I'm fine with people expressing themselves however you want then to. Like is someone seriously hurting you by dressing up as a female? What they do in their own time is none of your business.

Changing birth certificates? Now that's something different. If I want lower car insurance, should I chop my penis off?
TayFerret
2 years, 1 month ago
What kind of discount can I get on my car insurance if only the foreskin got chopped off? :0
Serrano
2 years ago
None, but you might if you had hormone replacement therapy or some shit. The whole reason insurance companies charge dudes more is cuz dudes have a lot more testosterone, and that shit doesn't start to drop off until around age 25, so that's why your rates don't start to go down until then. It's not about having a dick or not, it's about body chemistry xP
TayFerret
2 years ago
But I thought females were supposed to be the bad drivers! :P
Serrano
2 years ago
Testosterone turns you into a dickhead on the road, not an incompetent one. The people who get the cheapest insurance rates never get into accidents. Why? They either don't drive much and their vehicles are purely for "personal use," as opposed to daily commuting, ridesharing or delivery driving, or they drive like a pussy, and I'm sorry to anyone out there for appearing sexist here, but most women do drive like pussies. Men, on the other hand, drive like assholes much more than women do, so companies put all that shit together plus the person's track record and give a final price.
Quiet269
2 years, 1 month ago
Super cute
PedoCoon
2 years ago
Tay, you're one of my best freinds, but I have to admit, I think you need to take a more nuanced look and issues like these. How can there only be 2 genders, when there aren't only 2 sexes? Intersex people exist, and it isn't some sort of super-rare freak thing.
TayFerret
2 years ago
I'm sure the book covers this in great detail. :P
PedoCoon
2 years ago
Come on, I'm trying to have an adult conversation, you can't just always deflect with a joke. I know you always like to to piss people off, and so do I, but only when it's based on facts. I'm not sure why you want to piss off genderqueer/ whatever people when you don't have any facts to back up why you think they're wrong. I'm just genuinely curious what the point of this is.
TayFerret
2 years ago
Regarding what people call "physical sex" (what I think should just be called "gender"): Humans are an inherently binary sexually reproducing species. There are of course some people born with intersex anomalies, so the question is whether it's useful to refer to these anomalies as different genders. I don't think it makes much sense to do that. Intersex people are just variations of male and female as far as I'm aware. And where would you even draw the line? Is a guy with a penis and balls suddenly a different "sex" because he produces less testosterone than average or something? If I get chemically castrated for being a pedo, making me unable to reproduce, does that mean I'm not male anymore? I don't think so.

And then the idea that "physical sex" and "gender identity" are two separate things (or even the idea that there's such a thing as "gender identity") is a-whole-nother layer of bullshit. Don't get me started on that! :P

But yeah, I really didn't draw this picture to start a debate. I'm too old for that shit.
PedoCoon
2 years ago
I don't see how people with a high-school understanding of biology can think they know better that someone who's spent their life studying human gender and sexuality. What if I were to tell you that humans were an inherently heterosexual species, because biologically, that's how we reproduce? It doesn't really constitute an argument. How would you classify someone with 1 ovary, one teste, and external genetalia that could either be interpreted as a large clit, or a small dick?

If there was no truth in the idea that gender identity and sex are different, than people who claim they are transgender should have brains identical to people of the same sex they are born in to. This is not always the case. It's complicated and not black-and-white, but that there's any difference is evidence for something. Source: https://www.the-scientist.com/features/are-the-brains-o...

This is an issue for neuroscience and psycology, not reproductive biology.

As for not wanting to start a debate. Too bad. Posting an opinion publically is an invitation for debate. You of all people should know that.
TayFerret
2 years ago
Invitations can be declined. :P
CampionL
2 years ago
I find the picture cute. As for the book and subject matter, though, I'm not touching that with a 10 foot pole. And this is coming from a guy who already gets a lot of crap for the subject I DO discuss...
jackryclett
2 years ago
Lol this was just to provoke comments... cute work :)
TayFerret
2 years ago
I was hoping they'd all be nice comments though. :P
Coonkun
2 years ago
Oh gosh, I'm so happy I clicked on this xD Your boldness on the subject is admirable.
TayFerret
2 years ago
Thank you. I guess I'm bold with a lot of things!
Swiftpaw
1 year, 10 months ago
This is what I know about this issue thus far:

"Sex" I think has been accepted to mean physical genitals while "gender" is what someone's brain identifies as (if you want to reverse those definitions, okay, but obviously it's going to be confusing if you're one of the few using them in a reversed way lol).  The latter and former can be different because, to put it scientifically, shit can get fucked up during development.  You can end up with a "male mind" in a "female body" and vise versa.  I can relate to that since I identify as a wolf even though I'm in a human body.

To your point, do you need new words to describe various intermediary stages between male and female genitals?  You can, but is it very useful?  I think "hermaphrodite" is a useful term for example, someone who has both male and female genitals.  As far as making up a bunch of additional words for different phases of both/herm/intersexed, you could of course do that and have sub-categories of both/herm/intersexed, but as far as most are concerned, calling someone "they" for both/herm/intersexed animals and recognizing both/herm/intersexed as a particular genital situation is good enough.  Another sex which has been recognized in various human cultures over time is "null", when you have no genitals, so that's another significant state that I think deserves its own word.

Now onto "gender", what kind of genitals someone feels they should have.  This isn't some sort of trivial feeling, someone's brain gets developed like the embryo thinks its male so it gets pumped with testosterone and develops some differences that males usually have in comparison to females, while the lower half of their body gets developed as a female, or vise versa, so you end up with someone feeling like they should reeeeeeeally have a vajayjay instead of a dick or vise versa.  If someone has had this happen to them, and they haven't had surgery to invert their genitals yet (since of course ultimately that's all male/female is, just inverted genitals with various tweaks), calling someone a "he" who is a female mentally and could even be awaiting that surgery would be a mistake.  A forgivable mistake, if they have a dick, but if they then told you "actually I'm a female inside so 'her' is preferred" then I think we should respect that just like we should respect someone's inner species.  At the same time, someone calling me a human, or someone calling someone a male who has a dick but mentally they are female, is totally understandable too.  "You still have a dick, so I'll call you a 'he'" is logical and easier, but if someone tells you they are female inside so are a "her" instead, why not respect that?  I think we should, it shows respect and acknowledges what someone is inside.  What if they live in a capitalist hellhole like America where they can't get free surgery and don't have enough money for it for example?  Among furries/weres/etc, calling someone a human when they're non-human inside is disrespectful as well, it's failing to acknowledge who they are and to pay attention to that as something that you think is as important as they think it is, i.e. "respect".  I have no problem showing someone respect (as long as they are respectful to others and deserve respect).  If someone flips out over a stranger calling them a female when they look like one or have a cunt when they feel male inside, then they're the ones in the wrong, maybe just having a bad day!  Also, there are those who feel mentally like they're hermaphrodites so prefer the pronoun "they".  They're on the fence and could go either way and sometimes would prefer to have either or both genitals.

To summarize, as far as genitals are concerned: male, female, both/herm/intersexed, none/null.  If someone feels mentally that they are one of these and that it differs from their current physical genital situation, then out of respect you can use whatever pronoun applies to whichever genitals they feel they should have.
TayFerret
1 year, 10 months ago
I disagree. :P
Swiftpaw
1 year, 10 months ago
With what?  If someone has both a dick and a cunt, using "M" or "F" is silly, so there needs to be more categories than that.  Sure, they could just pick one, but that would be a horrible description of what they have between their legs, lol.
TayFerret
1 year, 10 months ago
I'd rather not get into it.
TwistedTales
1 year, 9 months ago
So don't go posting cub art with edgy book titles lol You kinda asked for it.
Rethex
1 year, 10 months ago
I utterly can't laugh more at the picture and the comments, this have made my day, thanks you !
TayFerret
1 year, 10 months ago
Someone with a sense of humor! :3
Rethex
1 year, 10 months ago
Today it's hard to find that eh? Keep up with the good work!
TayFerret
1 year, 10 months ago
It sure is!
FelligerDrache
1 year, 10 months ago
Hahaha, I knew that you would upset a lot of people with the title of that book, as soon as I saw it.
And the comments did not disappoint indeed. :D

I commend you for having the balls to voice such an opinion in a place like this!
TayFerret
1 year, 10 months ago
Mmhmm, I don't like to hold back my opinions, even if it did lose me like 20 or 30 watchers. :P
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