Transgender woman instructed on science following revelation of first ‘period’ discomfort

Warning: Adult Language

Following purges on Twitter for social media users who made controversial statements like, “a man is a man,” one “trans woman” left platform participants speaking up about their disbelief with scientific facts after @iamdeeluu claimed to be experiencing the anatomically impossible.

On Friday morning, the apparent resident of New York City contended that, without possessing any female reproductive organs, he was experiencing the pain and discomfort brought on by menstruation for the very first time.

“Ok,” @iamdeeluu tweeted, “I’m a trans woman who’s experiencing her first period cramps and WHAT THE F*CK????? I have literally never felt pain like this.”

“Why do we let people live like this?” @iamdeeluu added with excessive question marks in the tweet that has since earned more than 91,000 likes and been shared more than 12,000 times in a combination of retweets and quote tweets. Unapproved replies were disabled by the poster who has a modest following of over 2,600.

The scant audience was overcome by the impossibility of the claim thrusting it into the viral limelight where debunking and discrediting ensued.

Brittany Hughes of the Media Research Center simply stated, “No you’re not,” to the claim and allowed a scientific explanation of the causes of menstrual cramping to do the rest of the talking for her.

“During your menstrual period, your uterus,” which @iamdeeluu does not have, “contracts to help expel its lining. Hormonelike substances (prostaglandins) involved in pain and inflammation trigger the uterine muscle contractions,” the post explained.

“Higher levels of prostaglandins are associated with more-severe menstrual cramps,” it read in conclusion.

This explanation led one person to lay out what the likely cause of the cramping was, “PMS and hormonal cramping is NOT the same as period/uterine cramping. You are having cramps from all the hormones, don’t call it a damn period because it is not.”

Of course, @iamdeeluu was not the only person confused about this fairly basic scientific fact. One person actually asked if this phenomenon was possible while acknowledging the organs are not present to bring about a menstrual cycle.

“No,” was the simple response that included a diagram that further laid out the biological science behind menstruation.

Others concluded that @iamdeeluu was likely experiencing intestinal issues, “What you are describing is pain of IBS, it’s not a period pain, you would really freak out if you started passing blood clots. You have no idea about the reality of menstruating.”

By self-diagnosing with an impossible condition, another person spoke up about the serious need for a doctor’s consultation. “I’m not trolling here,” @OlympiaLenny wrote, “please see an oncologist. If you are having that much pain in that region then you cannot mess around. My first symptom of Leukemia was this and I went early enough that it saved my life.”

“Please,” the tweet went on, “I beg, see a doctor asap.”

With glaring evidence to the contrary and genuine concern for the health and well-being of the trans New Yorker, @iamdeeluu did not let up and reasserted the presence of  “female anatomy.”

“Women experience real pain due to our female anatomy and no one believes us,” the Twitter user wrote. Then, accusing those who spoke up about the medical issue of being trans-exclusionary radical feminists (TERFs), @iamdeeluu called them “misguided and cruel” before demanding to be left alone after issuing a public statement.


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