Trans fetish okay?

Trans fetish okay?

Nanuk Nanuk
Is it okay for a cisgender person to have a purely sexual trans fetish?
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02/06/2017
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Mistress Stefana Mistress Stefana
I talk to people all the time like this. I actually enjoy doing trannsformations for people. Where for a few hours usually a male dresses as a woman and we may go out or even sit around having conversations about clothing, shoes or feminine products. I myself identify as a Fetishist whose fetish is other peoples fetishes.

On a more personal note and a little back on topic I am a woman who is bi-sexual so trannys are like 2 in 1 for me. But I generally look at trans as being more female. And if you have seen some of the trannys I have seen which all you have to do is Google it, you'll see how beautiful some of them are.

I sometimes think because they are turning into something they originally are not they go overboard alot of times. Men and woman alike.

Truthfully though in a day when beauty is what you see on TV if a woman with big breasts, long flowing hair, perfect makeup, short skirts, long nails etc. They just fall in line with the typical what's hot on TV. So does it really matter if under the skirt is a Dick or not? I don't know I would say desiring them is just programmed in us.

Than again this is coming from someone who would love to be able to sit on a Dick and have TaTas to play with at the same time.
02/08/2017
Nanuk Nanuk
Quote:
Originally posted by Mistress Stefana
I talk to people all the time like this. I actually enjoy doing trannsformations for people. Where for a few hours usually a male dresses as a woman and we may go out or even sit around having conversations about clothing, shoes or feminine products. ...
Wow. You have a LOT to learn about the trans community. First off, "tranny" is widely regarded as a slur, and if you're not trans, you shouldn't use that term. I don't even know what else to say to you. There's so much going on in this post.
02/12/2017
Slinkykinkyduo Slinkykinkyduo
Speaking actually as a transgender person (who strongly advises cisgender or non-transgender people to never. ever. say "tranny" again), I don't think it's okay for cisgender people to only have sex with us because they think having sex with a trans person is hot. While I don't think this thread gets a lot of traction, it's one of the few on Eden that addresses an issue. Trans people are not a sex toy for you. We are not a bisexual's dream. We're people, and our gender identity and struggles that go with it is not our fetish, and it shouldn't be a cisgender person's either. You can want to have sex with us because you find us attractive, based on personality or looks- not because you want to have sex with a trans person and that's the first trans person you met. And there is a difference in those two statements. You can find us sexy, but it's not a fetish. Or it shouldn't be. Trans people are already highly at risk for domestic violence and depression, being used for their bodies to get a cisgender person off isn't helping. If you cared about basic human decency, you wouldn't seek a trans person out just to fetishize them. That's my hot take. Have sex with a trans person because you like the individual, not because you like the idea of them.
Oct 10, 11:08 pm
GingerAnn GingerAnn
Dear Slinkykinkyduo,
You are certainly right about one thing - that "fetish" aspect should never be a determining point for deciding whether you like a person or not. There is, however, a concept of preference, or so-called "type". For example, a person likes people with red hair. It doesn't mean that he or she would date exclusively red-haired people, but that would catch their attention, or, in other words, might be one of the reasons he or she became attracted in the first place.
Am I making a correct point?
Hope I am. You are right about one more thing - there are not many discussion like this on our Forum, while there definitely should be more.
Oct 11, 10:17 am
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