The Transgender stereotype – An agenda by Transsexual’s

 

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When I was growing up, if you dressed as a girl, the stereotype was that you must be gay. Logic being that if you want to dress as a girl, you want to have sex with a man. The hard link between gender and sex.

Now in the Facebook era, the stereotype has thankfully changed. But now much? Now it seems to be if you dress as a girl, you are “transgender” which 99% of the people are using to be equivalent to transsexual. Again, the hard link between gender and sex – so where is the real progress? Sorry, the truth is there is no real progress.

The tragic irony is this is the most opinionated seem to the gay community and now the transsexual community seems to be following suit. Frankly they should have been the most open.

Well, I am not gay and I am not transsexual (or transgender), I am bi-gender for lack of a better word. So I will continue to espouse who I am. My biological sex is male. I have sex with woman only. I am not changing my sex. With that said, my gender is far more girl than guy. A very dark pink side with a light powder blue side both of which can nicely coexist in your accept both. I may be more feminine that most girls but have a masculine side also. Neither are going anywhere. Nor is my ultra submissive side that loves female domination.  Yes – on this blog I describe myself as a girl. Well – since I’m more girl than male, that is true.  But that does not mean, my biological state will ever change.  GENDER DOES NOT EQUAL SEX.  

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Posted on December 27, 2015, in Bondage and Discipline, Crossdressing, Crossdressing Slave, Domination and Submission, Femdom, Feminization, Feminization, Feminization Mistress Samantha, Feminized Male Submissive, Forced Feminization, Humiliation, Public Humiliation, Transgender and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I think you nailed it. At least you said it better than I could have. I also feel the same as you do and agree with what you said. I also am a man and have a strong feminine side, but more of a man, The only reason I am more manly then feminine is because of the stereo types you refer to. I would like to be more feminine in public but wont.
    Thanks for a good article.

  2. Nina, are you still around? I hope all is OK.

  3. You do a big service to help and support others!

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