BDSM and Transsexualism – Rant

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December 15, 2014 by jayce428

o-TRANSGENDER-ARTISTS-facebookTranssexualism doesn’t count as a fetish! As much as you might be attracted to a FtM or MtF it’s not a fetish – fetishizing trans men or trans women is sexist. If you find yourself attracted sexually or romantically or both to a trans person man/women you might be bisexual which shouldn’t be counted as a bad thing.

It’s kind of similar when a transman and lesbian start dating, I’m not being rude, but she’s dating him because she sees him as a her. Simple as that and I’m not going to say otherwise. I’m not going to say I don’t judge because I do. But fetishizing trans people in general is wrong and still done so often out of ignorance, i.e. lady boys, which the term refers to effeminate males and transwomen in the same context. Transwomen are just that women, and transmen are men. It’s really quite simple if you’re not willing to accept it as so then just go about your day, if you don’t have anything nice to say don’t say it.

All this being said you shouldn’t date a trans person just for the fact that their trans. I wouldn’t want someone dating me for the fact, and people who proclaim to have this fetish shouldn’t be tolerated. My life is already complicated as it is, I don’t want someone who claims to be attracted to who I am instead of what I am.

A few examples of sexualization and fetishized trans people: ‘chicks-with-dicks’ and ‘men with pussies’, and porn is generally the way kids and teens and even adults are introduced to trans people. The fact that porn is fake seems to have not made it’s way to generation X, Y, or Z. Personally, seeing porn that involves transmen while focusing on their sex organs frightens me, and makes me feel dysphoric remembering that’s how my body looks.

For trans people, this can (but doesn’t always) include varying degrees, permutations and combinations of feelings and discomfort around the unwanted presence of breasts and the desire for a penis, testicles and a masculine, virilized body by many trans men, or the unwanted presence of a penis and testicles and desire for breasts and a less virilized, more feminine body by many trans women.

In the trans community, we hear about the results of extreme cases of body dysphoria, such as when struggling young trans men cut their breasts or desperate trans women amputate their own male genitals.

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