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You found that person.

 

The circumstances don't matter. Maybe was on a saturday fever night, on which like John Travolta, you showed people who's the boss at the dancing stage. Then you talked to her. Maybe it was walking at the park with your pet? You had the sudden urge to speak to that woman. Or maybe, she approached you. You don't remember, but that doesn't matter.

Even her name sounds like music to your ears.

You go around with her. Maybe it was love at first sight? Or you don't believe on that crap. But you walk with her. Date her, watch TV. Eat chinese food together. Going around. Talking. Listening. Running. Suddenly, she's your soulmate. The feeling is reciprocal. She feels safe when she's at your side. You're her guardian. Her Hero.

 

She likes exactly what you like. Or maybe she's the polar opposite? In any case, she's whatever you've always expected from the person to trust your life to. In fact, you've already confessed some deeper secrets of yours to her; something you've only done once before, and it was with your best buddy. You don't feel fear with her, because she understands you. She doesn't judge you.

 

In other words, perfection doesn't exist. But she's the closest thing to it.

You love her. You've found that person. You feel strong enough to go to the World's end and come back just for her.

 

You both decide that it is time to make an extra step. You both love yourselves. The passion is flowing. It doesn't matter where, her apartment? Your house? At the forest? Take your pick.

 

But before the heat embraces you both, she confesses a secret that has been haunting her for years. A secret so heavy she felt like hiding it from you, because she couldn't bear the burden of disappointing you. But you must know. You deserve to know.

 

The name that was given to her when she was born wasn't a female one. It was a manly name, actually. She is a woman alright, but she hasn't been one all her life. Before your imagination runs wildly, she also confess that she hasn't been able to undergo through total surgery...yet. She's trying to. But money be damned, the operation is too expensive.

She wanted to tell you from the beginning, but she was weak.

She stares at the ground, with an unease feeling. She needs a reply from you.

 

You choose to stay with her?

Or you feel like everything has been a lie, that you tell yourself that those wonderful moments were a fabrication, that she's not a...woman? Or even, the person you thought you could spend Eternity with?

 

What's your reply?



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The twist didn't catch me. Still, there's some promise in this. 8.5/10.

My reply would most likely be, "I need to take awhile to think about this." Because, even now, I still don't know how'd I reply. The first time you approached me with this, it was quite literally the first time I've ever thought about this situation.



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NintendoPie said:

The twist didn't catch me.


The twist is so incredibly obvious from the title, you might as well not call it a twist!



If I love her I might as well stay with her. A person's junk ain't gonna change that!


Wright said:


The twist is so incredibly obvious from the title, you might as well not call it a twist!

I know. But, I wanted to sound all snazzy and movie critic-y. Just like all those jerks that are mean to Shamalamalan. Or however you spell his last name...



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(Looks at OP)

Nope, it's not a spurgeonryan thread. Surprising.

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I think you should try gay sex once, it feels reaaaally good, and a great plus is that males are much more opened for sex without need of too much talk and convinvement! When 2 guys want sex they go on and make it, when a guy and a girl want sex, you gotta take her to dinner several times, say she's pretty, say you love her (even if both just want a quicky)

Let's just fuck guys *-*

Greetings Himeros, God of sexual desire, Son of Aphrodite.

Let's blast off to a new dimension, in your bedroom.

Take me to your planet, take me to your leader, take me to your Venus!

PlayMatt said:
I think you should try gay sex once, it feels reaaaally good, and a great plus is that males are much more opened for sex without need of too much talk and convinvement! When 2 guys want sex they go on and make it, when a guy and a girl want sex, you gotta take her to dinner several times, say she's pretty, say you love her (even if both just want a quicky)

Let's just fuck guys *-*


I'm guessing you choose to...stay? xD



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Think of me as too sure of myself, but I don't think I'd end up in such a dilemma. Does this really happen to people, or is it purely in the realm of fiction? I... believe I can recognize a man when I see one, let alone get to know one. I dated a girl with an identical twin and I could always tell them apart even when few could, though they fooled me by their voice a few times over the phone. In fact, I wasn't nearly as much attracted to the other twin.

I've met a few very androgynous people and I've never had doubts about their sex, nor their sexuality. Of the very few transexuals I've seen, they just looked... weird. I'd never be attracted to any of them.

Sorry Wright, I'm just giving an honest answer.