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Watching Anime Made Me Gay? - MGTOW

Published on 17 Mar 2023 / In People & Blogs

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This video is brought to you by a donation from Mr. now most likely Mrs. Anonymous and here's what she has to say: "Hi, Sandman. I wonder if you had any insights on the influence of animé on the transgender community. I previously told you about my lifelong gender dysphoria. I had it under control for many years, but after years in a toxic relationship with a psychopath, which destroyed my sense of self and a serendipitous recommendation from my daughter to watch the animé movie Kimi No Nawa (Your Name), which features body/gender swapping between the main characters Taki and Mitsuha, I had a serious mental breakdown which triggered my gender transition at age 64. The director. Makoto Shinkai was deeply influenced by the manga Inside Mari, which also featured a gender swapping plot. I happened to later listen to a podcast by Sasha Ayad, who specializes in treating gender dysphoria in teens. She mentions in the podcast that some of her patients were influenced by watching animé. I had never heard of that connection nor is my viewing of animé broad enough to know of any other instances of gender swapping/bending in the genre. Do you know of other such animé? What is your opinion about the influence of animé on the transgender community?" Well Mrs. Anonymous thanks for the donation and topic. That podcast you sent me I put in the description. It's between two female psychologists that discuss their clients that are transgendered and what made them that way. I also put a conversation with Jordan Peterson and Joe Rogan as the not so mystery link. In both interviews they discuss Dr. Ray Blanchard a doctor in Toronto that mapped out characteristics of trans people in the 80s and 90s. He pointed out that there were two types of transexuals. The ones that were homosexual and the other group that were autogynephilics. Peterson says that only after 30 to 40 years later did Blanchard's research become controversial. He was cancelled for his life work trying to understand trans people. As for the podcast you sent me the two women in it did say that many of their clients triggered gender dysphoria because they watched things like sissy hypno. Even the transmaxxing manifesto suggests that gender dysphoria can be induced by watching sissy hypno content on adult websites. If you have to ask what that is then it's not for you. So Mrs. Anonymous it looks like the film Kimi no Na wa, an 2016 Japanese animated film where a teenage boy and teenage girl in high school swap bodies finally set you off and you transitioned. It was a huge hit and made 380 million dollars worldwide. I think that to understand if certain types of anime can induce gender dysphoria we have to look at the different types of trans people and what gets each group to transition. The ones that are autogynopheliacs are probably the easiest to understand because they get turned on by putting on women's clothing. The second group 80% are gay and usually incredibly feminine and girlish as boys. They typically have high voices and female friends circle. 20% of that second group are not gay and the two female psychologists just call them weird. They also identify a 4th category and say they are scared soft and gentle. Mrs. anonymous you're probably in group 3 or 4. They claim that those groups tend to have men that are bright and a little autistic. That's what Kat the Vat, the content creator with the main transmaxxing channel out there pointed out that incels which tend to be on the autistic side are more likely to question their sexuality. I'll discuss more in a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor Profit Specialist Group:

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