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The Heroines of My Life: Interview with Hannah Warg

Hannah warg

Hanna: Well, I refuse to be held accountable to anything other than my own actions as an individual. I love to dress up and really look my best, but I'm not bothered with it when I'm just being at home, walking the dogs and studying. Hanna: Oh, I don't know if there was any single question that was really odd. However, this last law wasn't reformed until 2012. Monika: Are you active in politics? You owe yourself that honesty.

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The Heroines of My Life: Interview with Hannah Warg

Hannah warg

I honestly do not know much about the people who subscribe to my website. Any special fashion designs, colours or trends? What would be your answer in this respect? Monika: Some transgender activists say that transgender adult movies create a negative image of the whole transgender community? Since then you have had 195 videos, 5,868,923 views and 15,340 subscribers as of 5 January 2014. Collectivism is just another form or racism. Sometimes people have weird misconceptions about what transsexualism is or how hormones work. Usually to help make up their mind, or how to get practical help on how to transition. Monika: At that time of your transition did you have any transgender role models from Sweden or anywhere that you could follow? There's nothing wrong with wanting to show who you are by what you wear, we all do. I make amateur videos of sexual content with my girlfriend, having fun, sharing excitement and the experience with others.

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The Heroines of My Life: Interview with Hannah Warg

Hannah warg

Monika: Many transgender ladies write their memoirs. Not because others made us think we wanted it. Monika: Could transgenderism be the new frontier for human rights? At home I usually wear sweaters and a hoodie. Who is the usual customer of transgender adult movies? It is of course — disgraceful. . Have you ever thought about writing such a book yourself? If you can just get that principle to apply equally we know what to do, no matter of ethnicity, sexuality, age, gender or other.

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The Heroines of My Life: Interview with Hannah Warg

Hannah warg

We all need to find our place in the world and it can be just as hard to a straight, cis-person, who can easily conform but still may not feel right about them self. However, I was surprised to learn that by the end of 2012 Swedish transgender women had to accept sterilization in order to change gender legally … Hanna: Yes, its part of a not so proud tradition in Sweden that began with Carl von Linné categorizing people in races in the 1700s, the founding of the racial biological institute in 1922, that inspired Hitler's ideas and forced sterilization of several unwanted minorities of which most was banned in the 70s. I don't want laws that single out people, but simply the same human rights to apply equally. And I don't know if a book about my life could fill more than 50 pages. I mean I love seeing beautiful people, but I think the whole idea of being put on display is kind of degrading. I am responsible for the image of transsexuals no more than I am responsible for the image of Swedes, Europeans or people who enjoy eating popcorn. I guess I don't have so much to prove, to myself or others.

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The Heroines of My Life: Interview with Hannah Warg

Hannah warg

I don't like karaoke either, but that doesn't mean others can't or shouldn't enjoy it. Monika: You answer many questions about transition, hormones, operations, sex but what has been the strangest question that you have ever answered? I think we should all find what we do best and enjoy it, no matter who we are or were we are in life. Hanna: I'd like to discuss basic principles rather than rights of groups. Monika: What do you think about the present situation of transgender women in the Swedish society? I was once asked if there was a way you can keep the testicles inside the vagina after surgery, and I had to explain that they would be useless, since they need to be outside of the body in a lower temperature, which is the very reason they drop down into the scrotum in the first place. Hanna: I put them in two categories, males attracted to transsexuals, usually asking questions of sexual nature and the other category is of other transgendered people, who want help in one way or another.

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The Heroines of My Life: Interview with Hannah Warg

Hannah warg

Monika: What do you think about transgender beauty pageants? They all just happen to be attracted to females with a little something extra. That and a thousand other projects! There is currently an ongoing lawsuit to claim damages for people who was forced to sterilization. It shouldn't be a matter of belonging to a group that happens to be politically correct to focus on at the moment. We should all make sure that we do what we do, because we want to. Monika: Who is the average inquirer? I want the same principles to apply to everyone.

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The Heroines of My Life: Interview with Hannah Warg

Hannah warg

Which was one of the reasons I found myself participating in a documentary on Swedish television, as well as writing in national newspapers about the former sterilization laws, requiring transsexuals to be sterilized in order to change our legal gender. Hanna: Given my answers to the previous questions you can probably guess! You can only find peace in life if you are truly honest to yourself. There's only a negative image if you think sex is a fundamentally bad thing. Monika: In addition, you are an adult actress. Monika: Could you tell me about the importance of love in your life? Do you participate in any lobbying campaigns? What kind of outfits do you usually wear? We can all find ourselves in a situation where we question why we are where we are, what we really care about, if we made the right decisions and what really matters in the end. I need to share my experiences, have a point, goals, struggle and share the best and the worse, and the most beautiful way of doing that, to me, is in a loving relationship.

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The Heroines of My Life: Interview with Hannah Warg

Hannah warg

But I think its rather sad, and I never could relate to it. Hanna: Nah, I think fashion is stupid. Honestly, I can't find enough hours to finish most of the things I start and I'm always eager to launch new amazing projects. I'm not judging anyone who wants to do it. Any age, income bracket or ethnicity.

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