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#1 waruionna

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Posted 05 January 2011 - 12:53 AM

NO! You can't be gay for your attraction to transgendered women. 4 simple facts, and notes...

Fact: Gay men like penises
Please note: A particular amount of trans women will have negative emotions towards their male in-betweens.

Fact: Gay men often like hard/muscled/hairy bodies.
Please note: Transgendered women often have soft, curvy bodies because of the hormone reassignment therapy, and how it induces the female hormone, estrogen.

Fact: Gay men like men who identify as men, live completely as men, aside from the possible weekend drag gig, or similar, or alike.
Please note: Transgendered women have breasts, and gay men, while some are admirers of them, are not "into" boobs like straight men are.

Fact: Gay men are worshipers of the male form, and are not secretly straight. A true gay male is terrified by the sight of the female anatomy, and is not likely to engage a female sexually.
Please note: Trans women embody the feminine form, and do not resemble men, as we accept men.


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#2 Aust1n

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Posted 05 January 2011 - 06:11 PM

The statement you have made is a bit of a no-brainer. The problem is MOST men who are attracted to pre/non op transsexual woman like them because they have a penis aswell as the male form, which in turn makes them bi sexual.

The only way a man is straight is if he is attracted to a genetic woman or post op.

#3 shemanila

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Posted 13 February 2011 - 05:05 AM

^not all men who engage in sexual activities with pre op trans prefer seeing thier dicks. some are just sexually interested in their feminine looks and sometimes oral sex is enough for them without the ts girls actually getting naked.

#4 AsianBabesShemale

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Posted 13 February 2011 - 04:37 PM

Being attracted to transexual doesnt change your sexual identity at all.
TRANSEXUAL ARE COMPLETELY WOMAN pre-op or post-op we are just born without vagina....

But if you will give time to learn more about us, there where you will find out the answer....

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#5 amherstfrog

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Posted 13 February 2011 - 10:30 PM

I think that most men are gay curious. They tend to not like something that is not politically correct. Peer pressure.

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Posted 13 February 2011 - 10:53 PM

hello nop u are not if u like men yes

#7 TikiBoomBoom

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Posted 14 February 2011 - 12:45 PM

The answer to this topic seems so simple to me:

1. If the gentleman is solely attracted to the femininity of the woman, then he is not gay.

2. If the gentleman is attracted because of the penis, it cannot be denied that something homo erotic is going on; no?

Simple.

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Posted 16 February 2011 - 01:46 AM

I think we are Bi, but itīs not important what are important is that we love us smile.gif
(Men->TS TS->Men) wink.gif wub.gif

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Posted 18 February 2011 - 06:10 PM

It depends on where you are asking..

But no, we are not gay - the fact that we are turn on by shemales is the bi-side of us .. ; )

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Posted 19 February 2011 - 06:31 PM

Hi darlings!
I made the experience also with hetero men: their girlfriends donīt allow them to have anal-sex,`cause they think itīs not normal or they are afraid that their girlfirends think they are gay.
But nowadays many women want to make now the experience, there are even many women who want to make the anal experience with Transexuels and Transvestites, `cause we are more tender and careful!

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Posted 19 February 2011 - 11:07 PM

QUOTE (BIGTV @ Feb 19 2011, 06:31 PM)
Hi darlings!
I made the experience also with hetero men: their girlfriends donīt allow them to have anal-sex,`cause they think itīs not normal or they are afraid that their girlfirends think they are gay.
But nowadays many women want to make now the experience, there are even many women who want to make the anal experience with Transexuels and Transvestites, `cause we are more tender and careful!

I'm trying to determine how your response has any thing to do with the question raised in the topic?

#12 ExitSigns

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Posted 20 February 2011 - 08:09 AM

Unless you are filling in a survey or citizens register, I'm not sure one has to try and define their sexual preference.

From a religious perspective I am sure you have already sinned many times over in every other facet of your life, so you're probably damned regardless Diktats that are centuries old are notoriously inflexible. Much like me looking at an old school report for the definition of the person who I am now. That was a bad example because mine would probably be rather accurate.

I guess we are limited as to the number existing definitions available. Either that or my own vocabulary is rather lacking.

Now I quite like it when girls wear cat ears. I don't even want to imagine what that may say about me.

#13 JohnBaum

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Posted 20 February 2011 - 09:06 AM

Hey ExitSigns!

ON TOPIC: My view (for what it's worth) is that a person's gender identity and sexual orientation are not "binary" choices that can easily be shoved into narrow - some might say, artificial - categories. These matters can be placed on a spectrum of choices and degrees of behaviour and even the location on that spectrum is subject to change, depending on the context of a present relationship, general experience and exploration of "self".

OFF TOPIC: Cats ears are cool. Any reply to a forum post can be covered with the following default settings (just look at the comments below any online news story for evidence of this): it's all Obama's (or other celebrity's) fault; compare anything you don't like to Nazi Party actions; blame it on global warming; use it as proof that global warming is not happening; quote verses from scripture to prove that the end of the world is happening; or completely random comments based on unique personal experience or obsessions to "prove" a poorly argued point.

If all else fails, just attack the previous poster in a very personal manner (the "ad hominem" approach).





#14 TikiBoomBoom

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Posted 20 February 2011 - 09:41 AM

QUOTE (ExitSigns @ Feb 20 2011, 08:09 AM)
Unless you are filling in a survey or citizens register, I'm not sure one has to try and define their sexual preference.

From a religious perspective I am sure you have already sinned many times over in every other facet of your life, so you're probably damned regardless Diktats that are centuries old are notoriously inflexible. Much like me looking at an old school report for the definition of the person who I am now. That was a bad example because mine would probably be rather accurate.

I guess we are limited as to the number existing definitions available. Either that or my own vocabulary is rather lacking.

Now I quite like it when girls wear cat ears. I don't even want to imagine what that may say about me.

Well, if you appreciate girl cat ears opposed to boy cat ears then it is safe to assume that you are hetero. And please, don't downplay the act of self realization and identification; doing so can enable one to navigate successfully through a world filled with confusion and ambiguity.

#15 Aust1n

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Posted 20 February 2011 - 04:01 PM

I love the whole cat ears thing. I'm such a sexual deviant.

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Posted 20 February 2011 - 06:38 PM

As I have said in the other topic that came up recently where someone asked whether he is gay to be attracted to "more active shemales" I'm just saying the same again over here:

Firstly one is gay, if he considers the possibility of being gay when actually being with a girl. Second, he is actually not looking for a girl but for what he would call "shemale," a perfidious and wicked expression made up by the porn industry to exploit girls who by bad luck happened to be born in the wrong body. And it is really sad that the concept of fulfilling homoerotic fantasies of guys who are too ashamed by themselves to stand up and be seen in public with men (and some even with these girls) works. I mean I wish it didn't coz it traps so many girls in this whole thing. And I wish they could get normal jobs as "easy" as anyone else can. Other than that, I really wonder if other men think about a girl's pussy first, too, even before they meet her. Over here obviously men unfortunately seem to be interested only in the sexual aspect of girls. First come their genitals, then....her genitals again...I wonder if any ordinary man who meets a girl in a club or in the streets would ask her, wheter her pussy is f*ckable instead of a greeting. Over here similar things seem to be the normal way of communication. It's about how big is this or that, are you active or passive...and so on. I mean, if I wanna be with someone I first wanna know what kind of person that someone is....and later when we build up somewhat of a basis for a possible relationship and we come close I start thinking about the sexual aspect. Not before I get there. And then it's definitely not about whether I'm gay but about how to make HER happy and pleased WITHOUT making HER feel HUMILIATED by my actions. Who thinks about whether one is gay to be with a transsexual girl definitely misses the point or the essence of transsexuality. Slogans such as "the best of both worlds" are made up by the porn industry, it's not a voluntar choice of a person to be in this condition. We are talking about people, girls who are girls coz they feel this way, and that's how they are to be accepted and respected. The one who thinks of having his way with them because they are different is not looking for a girl but for something else and since there is a choice between male or female he is looking for the male aspect which definitely makes him a homosexual. One who is possible to look past that aspect and see her inner beauty, her femininity which displays in so many ways, movements, behavior, choice of words, interests, the look in the eye, touches and so on...is purely heterosexual, but he surely wouldn't question himself for he knows and is confident with himself.

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Posted 20 February 2011 - 07:11 PM

I think you make some fair points regarding treatment and attitude, StarRain. Many points are equally valid, if one alters the criteria, to genetic females. I am sure you are absolutely delightful and clearly have a soundly functioning moral compass. I'll be honest my reasoning for being here is part of my sexuality, I think that is quite apparent. Which in your eyes renders me homosexual. I'm entirely comfortable with that. I do not consider homosexuality to be derogatory. I simply am not attracted to men in general. I'm sure life would be much easier if I were.

One though, would have to question why you came to a transgender dating site if you did not have something within your make up which caused you to be attracted. I am sure one can contrive a number of reasons for being here. I have no reason to suspect any alternative motive. But it would go in part, against some of your own point if there was.

People are allowed to question their own sexuality as much as their gender. It is largely for people to make up their own minds what suits and defines them. I accept what you are saying, I don't think it makes one any less understanding or receptive to transgenderism, because there is clearly something distinct in the majority of the people here that causes a heightened attraction. We cannot help our internal dialogue sometimes. It is a fair enough issue to be discussed.

I have never requested details as to whether anybody is active or passive or asked questions about their genitals. To be fair, nobody has asked me either.



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Posted 20 February 2011 - 07:20 PM

QUOTE (ExitSigns @ Feb 20 2011, 07:11 PM)
I have never requested details as to whether anybody is active or passive or asked questions about their genitals. To be fair, nobody has asked me either.

To be fair, this is mostly all I've been asked about.

#19 ExitSigns

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Posted 20 February 2011 - 07:28 PM

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To be fair, this is mostly all I've been asked about.


In no way was I doubting that takes place, I imagine it is exceptionally common. My ex often used to get requested her cup size.

I was just separating the nature of his argument, which seemed to stagger between treatment and the right to question one's own sexual identity. Which I feel are two distinct topics. I got the impression he felt the term homosexual was in some fashion detrimental. But I confess that is largely conjecture.

But the initial statement you quoted still remains true.

#20 JohnBaum

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Posted 20 February 2011 - 07:31 PM

QUOTE (TikiBoomBoom @ Feb 20 2011, 07:20 PM)

To be fair, this is mostly all I've been asked about.

That any woman on this site can make this observation is a sad reflection on society in general, in my view.
This site is just a microcosm that reflects a more widespread malaise, I think.




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