Female Takes Testosterone, Starts Objectifying Women, Thinking Pornographically, & Becomes Interested In ScienceChris | InformationLiberation
Mar. 05, 2014
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Griffin Hansbury was born female, but trying to transition into a male took large injections of testosterone, and the results confirm every stereotype ever.
Hansbury says he started to objectify women on the subway, attractive and not so attractive women, even if he just found their ankles appealing.
Also, rather than run through some romantic narrative in his mind when viewing women, his mind was instead "flooded with pornographic images."
If that wasn't enough, he says after taking testosterone, for the first time ever he "became interested in science."
"I found myself understanding physics in a way I never had before," Hansbury said.
Listen to an interview with Hansbury on This American Life.