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#31 SMcDaniel001

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Posted March 23 2017 - 03:33 AM

The thought of a gorgeous lady with a big swinging cock between her legs really turns me on. Shove that up my ass, baby.......


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#32 SluttyJess

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Posted May 03 2017 - 08:21 PM

I'm a bisexual girl, I don't think I would have sex with a transexual person as easy as I have sex with a cis person, be it a man or a woman, I'm not saying I wouldn't do it, but I don't think it would be as easy or fast if I knew that person is transexual, I'd probably need a little more connection to that person. At the moment I haven't had sex with a transexual man or woman that I know of. I do think they deserve to be treated equally and have the same rights and dignity as everyone else. 



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Posted May 04 2017 - 03:28 PM

Completely agree with you, needless to say.

Jams>> A shemale is a male to female transsexual that is known to sell themselves to pay for ops, usually featuring in some form of porn.

for more info on different labels that fall under transgender:-
http://ai.eecs.umich...ml#anchor322586

or, to put it another way:

 

A shemale is a male-to-female transexual



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Posted May 05 2017 - 11:13 AM

or, to put it another way:
 
A shemale is a male-to-female transexual


No, aside from sex workers using it as marketing, shemale is a slur.
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#35 jpdonleavy

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Posted May 05 2017 - 03:30 PM

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well, for deaf/blindness, i think you would gain a great appreciation for the world around you, not having a bias to one sensation, you may gain where you would have not had such a liking for. example: a forest can be a buetiful place, but not always a loud place. but if you had no eyes that worked, and you only heard, you would try to hear more, and hear the subtle sounds, and they would compleat the orchestra of the forest, where normaly youd only hear the louder sounds.

i see natures mistakes as intentional, they teach lessons. (again i believe in reincarnation so this goes with it) not long ago i was very confused (still am but im more aimed) i hated myself, i hated everyone and thing, i thought the world was mocking me, i was and am a freak, ~but~ that isnt a bad thing. iv learned acceptence and love for all people, even those that hate me. i believe if i were in my normal body, the one i was ment for, i probly wouldnt be nearly as accepting and omni-loving as i am, id be an entirly diffrent personality, probly not for the better either. being in this body i know first hand what its like, and id never dream of holding something like this against a person, but if i didnt have this i wouldnt have the view, and i might not see how it effects the person, and thus i might not care. iv learned from my experience, and i believe nature creates inperfection as a means of teaching.


as for the question at the end:

i used to be like that, and i had a few close calls, very nearly sent myself to my next life, but they were failed attempts and i soon learned a lesson, that this might not be for the worst, and that maybe i can fight for others who share my problem, help make this a better place for us that are misunderstood by some, and that i can fully absorb the lesson that is to be learned from this expeirence. its painful, beyond what most without a similer problem can comprehend, but in a way its sort of rewarding.

That's easy to say when God hasn't removed your ability to type. However, you may simply reply that if it happened it would teach you to hit the keys using a paintbrush held between your teeth



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Posted May 05 2017 - 03:38 PM

Do you ever fantasize about shemales? It never occurred to me that you might, but I've spoken to two bisexual friends of mine, one a girl the other a guy, and both have said they've thought about it before.

May we expand the discussion to include pseudo-hermaphrodites (given that there are so few true hermaphrodites [ a few hundred]), There are a few on the net and they are beaucoup intriguing. The American ones who choose to do Internet porn generally do it with these brain dead oafs who ruin any erotic content the sex may have. The European ones are more nuanced - but I digress.

 

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Posted May 05 2017 - 03:40 PM

The thought of a gorgeous lady with a big swinging cock between her legs really turns me on. Shove that up my ass, baby.......

So, you wouldn't fellate a shemmy? (raises eyebrows)



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Posted May 05 2017 - 03:44 PM

Ladyboys and katooeys come to mind. The problem is that they can be so sweet and adorable that they over-shadow genetic girls (not that I've ever slept with a ladyboy, or smooched one, of fondled one's breasts, or stroked one of their penes (variant - like clitorides - Greek root, I think), but such could be on my bucket list - could be - just sayin'

 

 

 

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