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    Senior Member pamela_a's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooke Anderson View Post
    I don't hate my male parts, I have always wanted to be a woman but now I understand the kind of woman I want to be. The more and more "trannies" I see online, the more I want to be one. Nothing has gotten me as excited as wanting to become a full on she-male, that way I get all the perks of looking like a woman and dressing as a woman full time but I can still please the women I'm attracted to.
    My apologies to the OP as I fear this will derail the original post but I must comment on this statement.

    With nothing against Brooke and her desires this is why I personally abhor the word "tranny" and, in many instances, avoid associating with the majority of the trans community. This is the classic view most people have of transsexuals and the one that's most often reinforced no matter where you look

    I am a woman, nothing more and nothing less. I was born with a birth defect which I'm thankful I will have corrected in July. This is me, my life. It's not a sometime thing or something I do for sexual gratification. Being female is at the core of my being.

    To the OP: As with many others I believe hate is too strong of a word. It is a birth defect; something I should not have yet do. Without it I would not have my son, daughter, or granddaughter as i know them now. Had I been born with the correct body I'm quite confident I would also have children but to debate an alternate reality is pointless. Although I wish it otherwise it is nonetheless a part of me and necessary to have until it can be used to create my vagina. Even after that, many parts of it will still be there, just in a different form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aprilrain View Post
    Maybe, If you plan on taking hormones you may find it difficult to impossible for your male part to function properly. Then again you might not have much trouble at all. Either way your attitude and approach to sex will likely be different, don't be surprised if your content to just snuggle and kiss!
    I found that last line kind of funny. Hold on I don't mean it disrespectfully. This is how I have felt the last 5 years. I would rather snuggle and kiss then have sex most of the time. I even made it a point to tell my girlfriends at the time that I felt that way. Some were respectful of that wish and others not so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pamela_a View Post
    My apologies to the OP as I fear this will derail the original post but I must comment on this statement.

    With nothing against Brooke and her desires this is why I personally abhor the word "tranny" and, in many instances, avoid associating with the majority of the trans community. This is the classic view most people have of transsexuals and the one that's most often reinforced no matter where you look
    Pamela, I agree with your sentiment. I don't think is it the fault of the trans community that the cisgendered majority (namely men) choose to fetishize and sexualize Transgendered females. If you haven't noticed there isn't to much call for porn related to transmen. I would argue our marginalization in this regard has more to do with our status as female (or at least quasi-female sex objects, in the minds of the fetishists) rather than our transgendered status. ALL woman are sexualized by society, just look at advertisements. I would argue that Transwomen who work in the porn and sex industries do so for the exact same reasons that natal woman do. They need money! and no one else is hiring. Don't get me wrong I think there is plenty of discrimination and marginalization of Transpeople for just being trans but when it comes to sex we are female first and the trans part only adds a kink for certain men. Before i end up sounding like a feminist prude (feminist yes, prude no) let me say I too use to look at "tranny porn" because, like Brook, I admired the women i saw there and wished I could be like them which is probably different than a cismales reasons for looking. I don't know I've never been a cismale. Anyway now that I am well on my way to getting the body I've always wanted (to match my mind) I just feel for any woman who feels she needs to sell her body to make a buck. It's way to easy to get chewed up and spit out in that world.

    On a second unrelated thought, can you really derail a thread that has had over 150 replies?

    Oh and Sophora, no disrespect taken. I said it partial tongue-in-cheek but it is definitely my truth as I discover what I want out of sex is intimacy over orgasm rather than the other way around.
    Last edited by Aprilrain; 05-02-2011 at 05:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aprilrain View Post
    Maybe, If you plan on taking hormones you may find it difficult to impossible for your male part to function properly. Then again you might not have much trouble at all. Either way your attitude and approach to sex will likely be different, don't be surprised if your content to just snuggle and kiss!
    I had an orchi years ago, and although my thing has really reduced in size, it still works! Despite my sex drive being about 10% what it was before the orchi, I can still get erections and climax. Much to my consternation I must add. I asked my endo about it and he said that only about half of people on hormones actually lose function. It makes me feel as if my body is betraying me.

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