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This shouldn’t be a surprise for anyone but I do have issues with emotions. That being said I think Autistic people can be a little too over sensitive and that doesn’t work either. For example, Matthew-Clarke.ca Matt has a pattern of irrational behavior such as drunk driving and then resorts to defensive sensitivity. This is actually harmful and interferes with their ability to develop life skills. I do not tolerate this and neither will the Autism Revolution!

Experiment: For the interest of transparency I did train this kid on dealing with difficult customers. Whether they get an A+ or an F it is up to them.

Sensitivity wise: I failed, I really did. F – I am okay with that. I am a customer so let’s do some business!

Quote from seller: “I’m really sorry you were unhappy. You already have the knowledge of the topic that I would normally help with, so I tried to help you with accessibility in other ways. There isn’t really anything negative to say about your content or your idea so there wasn’t much for me to comment on, which is a good sign that you know what you’re doing. I assure you that I do a thorough and thoughtful job when given clear instructions and a goal, but in this case I did the best I could. Thanks.” Keep in mind this is a deliberate stress test that I have paid the participant for.

My first review:

But I didn’t get everything I paid for. So we sent in the Buyers’ Union on Fiverr.

2020-07-17 – We decided to turn this post in to satire. I have my Jen account pretending to be drunk. Today the kid literally pretended to be suicidal to get out of the agreement. Listen, at the end of the day I think you are my competitor. Intention: I am clogging your business to make sure we don’t compete. 6133923561 Quinte West OPP called at 10:51 AM on 07-25-2020 . Note: We still suspect this account is distributing copyrighted works however we have been asked to leave them alone. We request someone else pick up this study from here.

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Transgender Fitness: How dance exercise helps with stereotypical feminine expression?

Ashton Deroy Writes: Hopefully this isn’t news for my readers but I identify as Gender Queer. I used to say in High School that the male gender was flexible enough for me to be feminine. Now I just identify as both masculine and feminine or in other words Gender Queer. Season 30 Episode 7 Werkin Mom Episode of the Simpsons, Homer Simpson says, “I guess these days it is okay for everyone to be everything.” Yeah, that sums up being genderqueer perfectly. Even though it is not as intellectual as one might want.

If I were training a Transgender Female client at a gym. I would recommend Zumba & Dance workouts. As far as learning & mastering forms of feminine expression. I can think of no better workout than dance for Transgender women to learn more feminine mannerisms. In fact, dance as a feminine expression can be traced back as a feminine expression as far as the Veiled dancers in 100 BC. From what I can gather from the artwork below the Veiled dancer was majestic & a form of performance artist for their time.

Veiled dancer

For me personally, dance exercise shows me what feminine moves I can do and which ones I can’t do. I have to keep my queer flame going as lively as possible. To me that isn’t going to be done with the butch workouts I do to tone my arms. I need a little loose expression, I need to shake my hips and move my feet. Also as an added bonus dance exercises have added a little bounce to my walk. This way I do not look as miserable when I am walking.

Besides dance, you may want to focus on workouts that shape particular areas of your body. I suggest mostly focussing on core & hips. Since many people born male didn’t grow up using a dance that worked from these areas of the body. They often don’t know how to do the feminine dancing from these movements outward. For me, it has been about 4 years of self-practicing dance and I have only now just finally gotten a little more flexibility in my hips.

Here are some more benefits of Dance exercise:

  1. Improved function of your heart & lungs
  2. Improving muscle tone & even strength
  3. Increased physical confidence
  4. Better social skills
  5. Improved balance
  6. Increased aerobic fitness
  7. Weight Management

According to Better Health 

I can’t say enough about the benefits of dance! I get giddy just thinking about how good it is for you. I think of dance as the spiritual equivalent of brushing your teeth. The best reason to dance is to nurture your own soul.

Now if you are not a Transgender female or even genderqueer, but you still are intrigued at the prospect of dance exercise. I still say go for it! The purpose of this article is to get people thinking about the types of recommendations we can make for the purpose of Transgender fitness. I also think my readers would be interested to know that I don’t just focus on learning the masculine movements of fighting. I also focus on learning the feminine movements of the art of dance.

No excuses readers, go out there & start dancing! 😀