Thank you for explaining this more Rebecca and he should never of assaulted her and I does understand how she felt in the constant fear of her life. But I does also think when its love and marriage then there should be the 100% trust and honesty and I doesnt think she was honest not telling him.
"Alexithymia" wrote:It was a woman he married. She may or may not have had the surgery, but that doesn't change how she identified as. When he discovered that she was trans*, he assaulted her. That isn't uncommon. If you understood what it meant to live in a world where you were constantly in fear for your life, and never knew who would turn on you when you revealed your secret, perhaps you wouldn't be too upset over her dishonesty. Sometimes we lie for survival.
"hugebear" wrote:I does think everyone is the equal and has the rights to be whatever makes them happy and comfortable and they shouldnt have to hide it. But if the man found out after he got married and he thought it was the woman he was marrying and it wasnt then I does think this is dishonest for not saying it before they got married. Its kind of sneaky in this situation This is just me opinion
"Alexithymia" wrote:What's gross is subjective. In that scenario, the person the man married is the woman he fell in love with. She is not a different person just because she was born biologically male.
"⋆Never Prejudiced⋆" wrote:It's gross, especially when a man found out he got married with a transgender man who decided to be a woman.