Monday, July 14, 2014

Why Straight Men Love Transgender Women

For some reason, we have been more interested in the sexuality aspect of the transgender experience. So, in essence, this post actually written in February of 2013 by a Miss Suzi ( Shown below.)  continues in the same vein.  I thought I would pass it along-with the picture which I think is a wonderful cross dresser pic-not so sure about a trans woman.


Candace Suzanne, aka: Miss Suzi

"We LOVE being women more than most genetic women.

And much more important than that… We do not ever take our femininity for granted the way so many genetic women do. Many of us have sacrificed home, family, friends, careers, fortunes, and hours and hours of hard work each day to be the women we have become.

That is what I believe turns men on the most, the "Hey, Look at me; I'm sexy!" attitude that their wives and girlfriends have either lost or never have gotten quite right. He is probably afraid of the whole homo-thing of course... but quite needlessly so. I have found that the men who date me are more courageous and more masculine and more loving of sexy women than anyone who would not or could not love a special lady.

Sometimes a gentleman just wants to be with a woman who really loves being a woman. He longs for a woman who appreciates his desires and his need to look at, to talk with, to touch, to kiss, and to love a woman in high heels, nylons, lipstick, lace, and perfume with soft smooth shiny skin. He desires a woman who gives her undivided attention just to him. He wants a woman who does not make him feel stupid, queer, or unmasculine when he expresses his love of her femininity and his deepest longings to her.

There may be some fetishistic components to the desire of straight men for all women who do the girlie girl thing including transgendered women. Men do love women who wear nylons, high heels, and lipstick. Their overall perception of women and femininity was conditioned by years and years of reinforcement (mostly masturbatory and orgasmic) by the ultra feminine stereotype of womanhood... by so-called "real" women."

Personally, I agree with parts of this manifesto (no pun intended) and disagree with others.  It was presented on a site called The Examiner  and you can read the rest of it by following the link. I will let you make your own judgment on the article by following the link.

**Please note the material between the quotation marks comes from the post!!!

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