If you were the opposite sex?


#21

Yassss!
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#22

I am definately glad to be a female. Based on the other men on my family, I would have more hair on my body than on my head. But I would be big and probably on the football team, which is cool.


#23

I’d be clean shaven and meticulous about my appearance. Kind of like Matthew McConaughey in those car commercials, with the watch and spiffy car and everything. I’d probably be successful, but not a workaholic. I’d buy my lady flowers and do nice things for her to show her that I care, but I’d also be a manly man who wouldn’t be afraid to get his hands dirty and fix a toilet or build a tree house for the kids.


#24

I feel like women are smarter than men. So I would enjoy that.

I have issues with my weight as a man. I can only imagine being 40 pounds overweight as a woman would be a nightmare.

I would also enjoy the freedom to choose my hair color. Dying it, styling it, etc.

Finally I would hope to be a woman with a nice set of thighs, and a great ass.


#25

Good to know I guess :expressionless:


#27

Go for the man bun!


#28

I don’t think I would be much different than I am now. I would definitely have had lots of girlfriends in my younger years. Just like I did for real, in my younger years. I definitely would not be an Avon rep though. I’d probably be an insurance rep. Or a real estate agent. I probably would have been much happier in life than I was as a female.


#29

Probably be higher functioning due to estrogen.


#30

If I were a guy then my dad would have wanted to be my friend and take me with my other brothers for burgers fries and a slice of pie when we went out to the only not-so-local mall around.
As it was because I was a (the only) girl, I had to go with my mom, and she brought from home, only a couple slices of (now very) cold buttered toast for lunch.
It’s ok, I love toast.


#31

Hell, I would make a terrible woman. I would just sit at home all day playing with my breasts. Yippee! Lets hear it for breasts!


#32

I’d be a lesbian and date kate McKinnon.


#33

I’d probably be a mean bitch, attractive, yet cold and rude.

Wait I’m like that now :thinking:


#34

What is the opposite of me??? x files theme starts playing in the background :thinking:

But nah if I had grown up as the opposite sex I would have either loved it or hated it. But more than likely I would have hated it


#35

I’m genderfluid so it’s almost like I’m both. If I was born a boy I would probably still be genderqueer.


#36

I would have sex with myself


#37

Judging by my male physique, I think I would be decently endowed in the bosom area. I have literally no idea how the rest of me would translate, other than I would be a chubby woman.

I suppose some things would be harder and some would be easier. I don’t see how I could be into guys as a woman. Because then I wouldn’t still be me. I would possibly have to have better vocal skills to do Industrial music because girls can’t growl as far as I know.


#38

I would probably touch my self to recognise my new awesome body!! xD
Also I think women can have everything they want, like one day a woman who was sitting next to me started to talking to me and when I realised I was buying her a pizza ! So probably I can use this huge women advantage to have a lot of free meals
Sorry if my English is bad I am from Colombia and I am new at this community , I was diagnosed​ with paranoid schizophrenia one year ago


#39

I’d wear a long beard and longish hair to my shoulders, and wear jeans and a shirt and flip flops (and a long top and turban when i go to mosque), and I’d get a job suitable for me, like writing or library or work in a shop. Drive a beetle or a mini.

In short, I’d be a hippie Muslim guy instead of a hippie Muslim girl lol! :smile:


#40

I would have been higher functioning, the rest would have been the same.


#41

You could always be a lesbian! :smile: