Well, I guess I have two critiques to make first. Flick you say "a man's penis is a man's penis" That is true if you are referring to a man. I'm pretty sure all, or most of the tgirls in the entire world do not refer to themselves as men, nor would they like to be by others. "Man" is a word that contributes to a person's identity. Its a big contribution, but still just a word. Words are made. They are elements of language, and language is what defines us. The words you use and the words used to describe you are all creations from culture. They are not biological, like a penis. They are cultural. A man can be many different things. But a penis is always a penis. Whether you say "a woman's penis", "a man's penis", or "a little indian girl's penis" The identity changes but the penis stays the same.
Which leads me to my second point. Jhnewman you said "behaviour isn't identity". If I am right and we are defined by the language we use to describe things then behaviour is a huge part of identity. The way we speak reveals and influences our behaviour. Basically, speaking, using language, is the most common of bahviours.
It is for this reason that I consider myself transgender or queer. I do not care for the words: gay, lesbian, or bisexual. They are like many people said, labels. Strict, rigid uncompromising labels. Transgender and queer, for me, are fluid categories where sexuality can take many different turns.
Ok thats all I've got. I'm gonna go see if I can find some hot and horny little indian girl penis. It is Pride weekend there must be one out there somewhere
Is that a cock in your panties, or am I about to get slapped in the face?