Sandra M. Lopes

130 posts
Confused aspiring transgender philosopher.

Backlog…

Some of you may have noticed that, all of a sudden, after a bit more than a year, I’ve been posting my pictures and videos again. The reason for that is slightly complex, and as promised on some of the comments on Flickr and YouTube, here follows the explanation why […]

Why Blanchardians are scientifically unsound (and no, it’s not because activists hate them)

Every now and then, I pop over to ThirdWayTrans’ blog — someone whom I consider fascinating from several points of view, especially because even after detransitioning, he’s open-minded enough towards those who wish to transition for the right reasons; he just warns that a diagnosis of ‘gender dysphoria’ might not be […]

No, you will *not* become a woman!

Remember that saying? If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck. — The Duck Test You all know this classic example of inductive reasoning: based on a series of observed characteristics, we assume the most plausible explanation […]