I like to cross dress and ever since I was young I pictured myself in the female position in porn. I want to explore my sexuality, suck cock and get fucked.
However, I'm perfectly happy as a man in day to day life and all this is purely sexual. My gf doesn't know any of this, I love her very much and we are in a committed relationship.
I'm not sure what to do. My desires seem to only grow stronger and I no longer feel satisfied from sex.
Anyone had similar experiences? I'm 21 and never had anything but heterosexual relationships and intercourse.
I think I might be bi 4chan. I've always fapped to tranny porn, but recently I don't mind the guy sucking the shemales dick, and when faced with accidental gay porn in trap threads..; I didn't hate it.
I realise sexuality is a spectrum, but if I'm attracted to very effeminate traps, I should realise I'm attracted to guys.. right?
I wouldn't really say that's anything out of the ordinary. If you were born in ancient Greece you'd be more or less expected to like qt boys
If you ever start liking chest hair that's when you should worry
That's the problem, mentally there's a significant line between liking/respecting a dude and thinking of a dick in a positive sexual way.
i've never thought about a dude irl "i want his D". But i HAVE fapped to traps getting F'd in the A
So, dear transgenders of /lgbt/.
A lot of you have shown in the past a blatant disregard over your partners right to be informed. If you are not one of these people, please feel free to not be included in that statement.
Now that an 8 year sentence has been placed on someone misleading about her sexual identity, how do you feel about that now?
TL;DR: Woman posed as a man to get laid with a woman, was sentenced to 8 years for rape.
who here /confused/?
>straight guy by daytime when I'm around family members and out. I still find girls attractive etc.
>whenever I'm in bed at night and feel horny I switch into full crossdressing sissy mode where I want cock.
>don't find most faces of boys attractive
>find sissy caption gifs hot as fuck but can't tell if I want myself to be the sissy or if I want to be the one fucking the sissy.
>bought a dildo and enjoy using it sometimes but feel pathetic and ashamed at what I have become...
>see other gay men in public
>"in your face"
>"just one of the girls"
Am I seriously the only one who feels this way?!
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well, i can't help feeling this way, but i'm disgusted. I'm disgusted by the fact that his penis entered a nasty vagina and he actually enjoys this. I'm disgusted that he enjoys female company and their sex. I can't look at him the same way again.
Break up with him so he can find someone to be with who is less of a judgmental cunt like you and then afterwards cry about how u are so lonely and blame women for ruining everything when really you are to blame because you're an intolerant douchebag
Fundamentally, does feminism as a concept and philosophy include trans women? If it excludes trans women, does this mean that feminism is exclusively about biological females? If so, then does feminism include trans men? Or is feminism exclusively about cis females?
If you would like for me to explain what I mean in abstruse and verbose detail, refer to the next three posts (check the name and tripcode).
I ask this because I've recently been wondering about whether feminism fundamentally includes or excludes trans people. This has nothing to do with whether the feminist movement ought to include trans people—I think that it could improve the lives of trans people and alleviate their oppression in doing so, which is good—or whether feminists should also support trans rights. This is exclusively about the conceptual and philosophical foundation of feminism. Does feminism include trans people, particularly trans women, as a part of its conceptual and philosophical foundation?
I understand that transfeminism exists, which one could interpret as an interdisciplinary movement that combines trans theory with feminism and supports both, but my question is more concerned about whether transfeminism is fundamentally different from feminism proper. If feminism does include trans people, then transfeminism seems like a synonym for feminism with no real application. If it does not, however, then transfeminism has some meaning as a distinct ideological position—or, at the very least, it's little more than a type of trans-inclusionary feminism.
I also recognize that there are some feminists who exclude trans people, often called trans-exclusionary radical feminists (TERFs). My question has more to do with whether this is a meaningful classification given the fundamental philosophical underpinnings of feminism, and whether "TERFs"—or their opponents—are just self-ascribedfeminists who do misinterpret the core tenet(s) of feminism.
I'm inclined to believe that feminism is philosophically exclusive to cis women, since feminism originated from this group and the core tenet(s) of feminism has, up until recently, been implicitly trans-exclusionary. This doesn't mean that feminism and trans issues are mutually exclusive, only that they are philosophically and ideologically distinct positions which are neither mutually inclusive, biconditional, nor conditionally related. One argument for the contrary—that feminism, the empowerment of women to equality, is fundamentally based on the concept of womanhood and, to a lesser extent, femininity, rather than biological sex or the relationship between sex and gender identity—is compelling, but this is almost certainly not what feminism originally meant, partly because this nuanced issue of gender identity was not known at the time. It seems to me, however, that this would be a revisioning of feminism's core tenet(s) to include trans people, particularly trans women.
Given the complexity of this issue, perhaps a more complex question should be asked—better yet, a series of questions:
>1. What is the fundamental tenet or philosophical idea, or set thereof, that defines feminism? Removing all the inessential ideas, caveats, beliefs, and values that often define feminism (or types of feminism), what is the essential conceptual foundation that is intrinsically feminism?
I would answer this as "the empowerment of women to equality with men". If this answer is acceptable, then on to the second question. If you disagree, then please point out a better answer, for the issue may lie here.
>2. Does "women" mean all who qualify for womanhood, or only those who are biologically female (or only cis females), thereby excluding trans people? Alternatively, assuming "women" means all who qualify for womanhood, what is "womanhood"? Perhaps more importantly, is the status of womanhood conditionally related to the female sex and, in the case of cis females, the relationship between one's sex and gender?
I would answer, tentatively, that womanhood is not necessarily sex-specific or requiring a certain sex–gender relationship, though I would say that it is essentially feminine. If this answer is acceptable, then the issue lies in the third question. If it is not, but the first question is, then this may be where the issue lies.
>3. Given the original interpretation and implied exclusion of trans people that almost certainly existed in feminism's formation, is it appropriate to still call it "feminism" when the core of its ideological identity has been reformed? In other words, is the core interpretation and definition of feminism that informed its origins essential to the definition of feminism, or can that too change while retaining feminism as an ideology?
Even if we assume that the answer's definition in #1 remains constant throughout the entirety of feminism (which is uncertain to unlikely), it's reasonable to assume that the implications of that definition have changed since feminism's formation.
Soooo Ive finally agreed to let my TS girlfriend of 2 years fuck my arse. With hormones she doesnt really get much use for her cock and me being straight before we met Ive never really wanted it anywhere near me. In Feb she has SRS and before that happens she want to fuck me.
Tonight when she went to bed she left me with pic related and told me to prepare to tomorrow!
So what do i start with and how do I prepare?
this is new to me, its come out of nowhere and honestly is a big suprise. She has gone to bed now so no chance to talk but if its what she wants Im willing to give it a go. Do I need to prepare? what should I expect?
READ THE OP
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What are you all listening to? I looked up some songs that have a big difference between the left and right headphone, and am listening to a bunch of those.
Also, I think I might not be a virgin, so that is a thing. I keep reading people saying that it hurts, but it really did not. I think those people are doing something wrong.
you think you might not be a virgin? how does that work? you don't know? or did i read that wrong cuz i'm high?
my s/o is listening to sublime, bad fish, and the birds are singing along with it... they fucking love this song
I wish I was born a girl, I'm straight guy but I wish I was born as a girl, I dont want to be transgender though, I have a bi girlfriend aswell, I'm not happy as a guy but I dont want to be a trans, I wish I was a girl from birth. Wat do?
So I let my gf peg me for the 3rd time and I really really liked it. The peg is 6.5" long and really thick and I took it to the leather within a few minutes. I think I liked it too much for her, I spent the whole time moaning and squirming because it felt so good and I think I freaked her out. My butt was really clean too because when she took it out there was nothing on it so she wasn't grossed out by that. I was able to get myself close and let her pound the rest out of me and I came a gallon of really thick sticky cum, much different from when I'm alone.
I hope we can work up to that. I just told her I'm mtf and She is happy for me and cool about it but I don't think she understands what that means for her yet but I think she is finding out. She knows the HRT will sterilize me and shrink my penis but I think it's just now hitting her that I'm not joking or pretending or going to let this go. She has started resenting me I think because now she sees me as her gf and I'm in much better shape than she. We started working out together after she saw I was really starting to get an ass from running and squats.
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get in tinychat faggots
I think the first thing we really need to discuss is:
Do we let this whole hippy pattern shirt thing continue? You know the ones with the watery colours. The Hollister ones. You know them.
Do we need to move on from this? Straight people are starting to copy.
How is this shit any different from blackface?
To comprehend why is this accepted and black face is not, you have to comprehend the tiers of oppression as defined by tumblr and social justice.
Most privileged to least privileged:
>white cis straight male
>white cis straight woman
>asian cis straight male
>asian cis straight woman
>latino cis straight male
>latina cis straight woman
>black cis straight male
>black cis straight women
>white homosexual cis men
>white whatever trans men
>white homosexual cis women
>asian homosexual cis men
>asian whatever trans men
>asian homosexual cis women
>latino homosexual cis men
>latino whatever trans men
>latino homosexual cis women
>black homosexual cis men
>black whatever trans men
>black homosexual cis women
So now we can appreciate from this list that MtF are more oppressed than women, unlike black people that are more oppressed by whites. This is why as a white person, you CAN'T use blackface since it would inherently be racism, but as a MtF, you can crossdress as a woman since women exert oppression over you, and thus it's in no way sexist or should be offensive.
Old one is autosaging.
I'll start. pretty flawless, right?