Does a boy wanting to become more masculine mean he's transgender?
Not necessarily. He may just be a masculine boy.
A butch is a masculine gay woman. Not all masculine women are gay. Being gay is a sexual preference and has nothing to do with disliking men or wanting to be men. Just as being a gay man does not mean that they hate women, or want to be women. Read More
If you mean what I think you mean, then you mean Female-to-Male, right? Transgendered men do not have semen. As a matter of fact, genital reconstruction for FTMs is still rather primitive. But no, transgender men have no sperm, and in case you are wondering, transgender women have no eggs. Once a transgendered person undergoes surgery to become themselves, their reproductive system does not work anymore. But advances in technology may someday grant us ovaries… Read More
If a boy feels like they're becoming feminine but don't want to become a woman does that mean there transgender?
Nope. It just means he's a feminine boy. Read More
Transsexual and transvestite are both terms used for someone that is transgender, or has received a series of operations and shots to change their gender. They both mean the same thing. You know you want to become transgender if you look back and can't remember a time when you were ever truly happy or comfortable with your gender. You know you are transgender when you can officially and legally say that you are a male… Read More
I think you mean heroine, and the masculine would be hero. If you mean the drug, it is a neutral. Read More
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It Means Wanting To Be Like The Other Person Or Wanting What They Have. Read More
No, it means they don't identify with the gender they were assigned at birth. Read More
A Tgirl is a Transgender girl. She could be a Transsexual or a Transvestite. Read More
The term 'shemale' is an offensive slur - by offensive I mean prejudice and oppressive - it's used against transgender women. A transgender girl or woman is a girl or a woman, not a man. Read More
Mean is a curious word to use about a country. You might be wanting to sat 'bad' or you might be wanting to say 'average'. Read More
lounge mean "salon" and "salon" is masculine. Read More
Your husband is 6ft 4in tall He was thin as a teen he started using testostrom patches to make him more manly he hates women and is a very mean person could he be a transgender?
Well, he could just be a jerk. Transgender would mean he has the mind of a girl, and that's not very feminine of him to act that way. Would a normal girl act anything like him? If not, then he's probably not transgender. Read More
In some circles it seems to be a sign that you are gay or transgender, but it is by no means a universal symbol of that. Read More
If you mean your child says "I'm transgendered" then listen. If you are transgendered, not much to do but be yourself. Read More
your question is not very clear. masculine is masculin male is mâle Read More
If you mean a public park or a public garden, the word in French is jardin and it is masculine. Read More
They are wanting revenge of some sort! Read More
It means you are interested in all genders (female, male, transgender, etc etc.) But are not interested in a sexual relationship. Read More
If you mean "us" at the end of Roman names, no. The "us" is the Latin masculine singular ending for a name. If you mean "us" at the end of Roman names, no. The "us" is the Latin masculine singular ending for a name. If you mean "us" at the end of Roman names, no. The "us" is the Latin masculine singular ending for a name. If you mean "us" at the end of Roman… Read More
Small, cheap, unimportant. (Can be masculine genitive singular, masculine nominative plural, masculine vocative plural, or neuter genitive singular.) Read More
"Der spezieller Freund" in the masculine and "Die spezielle Freundin" in the feminine are German equivalents of "the special friend." The masculine singular definite article "der" and the feminine "die" mean "the." The masculine singular adjective "spezieller" and the feminine "spezielle" mean "special." The masculine singular noun "Freund" and the feminine "Freundin" mean "friend." Read More
"Mein spezieller Freund" in the masculine and "Meine spezielle Freundin" in the feminine may be German equivalents of "my special friend." The masculine possessive adjective "mein" and the feminine "meine" mean "my." The masculine singular adjective "spezieller" and the feminine "spezielle" mean "special." The masculine singular noun "Freund" and the feminine "Freundin" mean "friend." Read More
Joli (masculine, singular), jolis (masculine, plural), jolie (feminine, singular) and jolies (feminine plural) mean pretty. Beau (masculine, singular), beaux (masculine, plural), belle (feminine, singular) and belles (feminine, plural) mean beautiful. If you want to use the masculine, singular word for beautiful but the word after beings with a vowel, you use bel instead. Read More
Usually -os suggest masculine and -ia feminine but is not a hard rule. Read More
Yes, it is derived from the Latin word for cat: felinus (masculine, nominative), feline (masculine, vocative). Read More