How little I know. I thought one was always more womenish the other. I thought one was more manish and took the role as the dominate partner? Anyway, In the long run, I guess I'm saying I agree with Dori. Still, I can't understand how some can be married and live the man / women married life for x-number of years and then decide they are guy and "then" act more womenish? That always puzzled me.
Once again, we assume that gender roles are specifically assigned, and both must be present for a relationship to work. The only thing necessary
for a relationship is love and mutual respect. It doesnt require
for one to be masculine and one to be feminine. It is the people on the outside
who find a need
to assign these roles. When we stop finding a need to define, and assign our stereotypical gender roles to everyone we begin to see people for who they really are. Just people.