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Would you date a transsexual?

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Well, would you?

Definitively. 80 7.70%
 
Yes, but only if attracti... 139 13.38%
 
Yes...but only completely post-op. 26 2.50%
 
I don't know. 74 7.12%
 
Probably not; I would be ... 113 10.88%
 
No. 374 36.00%
 
Transsexuality is disgusting. 155 14.92%
 
You're weird, Wright. 78 7.51%
 
Total:1,039

No i am only into women, also i want children.



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Ka-pi96 said:
TiagoCosta said:

Yeah, I'm not too big on relationships (yet) but when I try to imagine the future having a son is a must. Gotta have someone to follow my legacy :p

*high five*

Although, I want a daughter just as much as a son. I don't really have anything against adoption but I just want to continue my family blood line. I'd want my children to take after their parents biologically.

I'm with you. *raise hand*



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Mystro-Sama said:
No, just talking to one would be awkward as hell.

How do you know you haven't talked to one already?



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Wright said:
Ezquimacore said:

I could date "her" as a friend, and if we are drunk and she's cute she can give me a BJ. Nothing more is going to happen if we're not drunk and if she still has the handle in those jeans, I just don't like the D, yuck lol :P

But, I can have friends of any gender or sexuality (not sexually).


Well, when referring to transsexuality, doesn't necessarily have to be a pre-op. Can be a post-op (there's the option in the poll), so she wouldn't have a dick anymore.


Also, by getting drunk with a pre-op you also risk not only a BJ (you to her!) but also you receiving the D. (?!)

 

true, but tbh I don't want to say no, because that's new to me lol. But I would have to be crazy in love and "she" would have to be a she.

......I will wear my D stopper lol



No. I voted no, but the disgusting option(and I'm fine with it being included, why censor potential responses?) wasn't specific enough(please don't burn me at the stake until you read my post). I know and work with transsexual people. They don't disgust me in the sense of interacting or to be friends and hang out or even to be in their presence nude or to see them nude(not that I have either). I've seen the nude form before so that isn't an issue for me.

When it comes to sex with transsexual people, I find that disgusting to me. I feel the same way about seeing two men(pro gay rights btw) having sex with each other. If some people don't have the same feeling as me, great! I hope they have a great relationship.

Some people find it disgusting to watch two obese people or two skinny people have sex. Some aren't attracted to short people or tall people. It isn't based off of any bias or hate against transsexual people. It's just not what I'm attracted to at all, regardless of the superficial appearance and I'm allowed to feel that way. Never for a minute from the time I became aware of transsexual people did I have any bias or prejudice against them, but I don't have to be attracted to them. We all have a hang up somewhere and that is simply mine. The only thing I don't agree with is the label of female genitalia. I know what the procedure entails and I can't wrap my head around calling that body structure something else when it has been reformed by surgery.

Again, it's not a political or moral stance, it just doesn't rock my jollies if I know it.

Also, I was adopted(at 13 months) like a previous poster mentioned and I still found it very important to me to pass on my genes. I also plan to adopt and give back some day and we made it up to the eleventh hour on an adoption a few years ago before there was a change of heart by the parent(and she turned out fantastic for her son).



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Probably not.



Absolutely. Pre-op specifically

I realized two years ago that I was atracked to men. My self respect grew when I finally accepted that but I knew my interest in women didn't change much. I dont want to classify myself as gay or straight because I'm really fickle and it's very hard for me to maintain a relationship with either girls or boys. I'm sure about two things though, I dislike very masculine and vey feminine people, and I've always had a certain admiration for androgynous people ever since I was young but I didn't know it was actually sexual attraction then.

I'm still in the closet and I only said that to one person IRL but here I'm just an other anon on the Internet.
Thanks for giving me the opportunity to get this off my chest, Wright.



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Ka-pi96 said:
Mystro-Sama said:
No, just talking to one would be awkward as hell.

How do you know you haven't talked to one already?

Maybe, and If I did then kudos to their surgeon.



Razeak said:

No. I voted no, but the disgusting option(and I'm fine with it being included, why censor potential responses?) wasn't specific enough(please don't burn me at the stake until you read my post). I know and work with transsexual people. They don't disgust me in the sense of interacting or to be friends and hang out or even to be in their presence nude or to see them nude(not that I have either). I've seen the nude form before so that isn't an issue for me.

When it comes to sex with transsexual people, I find that disgusting to me. I feel the same way about seeing two men(pro gay rights btw) having sex with each other. If some people don't have the same feeling as me, great! I hope they have a great relationship.

Some people find it disgusting to watch two obese people or two skinny people have sex. Some aren't attracted to short people or tall people. It isn't based off of any bias or hate against transsexual people. It's just not what I'm attracted to at all, regardless of the superficial appearance and I'm allowed to feel that way. Never for a minute from the time I became aware of transsexual people did I have any bias or prejudice against them, but I don't have to be attracted to them. We all have a hang up somewhere and that is simply mine. The only thing I don't agree with is the label of female genitalia. I know what the procedure entails and I can't wrap my head around calling that body structure something else when it has been reformed by surgery.

Again, it's not a political or moral stance, it just doesn't rock my jollies if I know it.

Also, I was adopted(at 13 months) like a previous poster mentioned and I still found it very important to me to pass on my genes. I also plan to adopt and give back some day and we made it up to the eleventh hour on an adoption a few years ago before there was a change of heart by the parent(and she turned out fantastic for her son).


That's fine. I did left the option in the poll as ambiguous as I could (as ambiguous as you can by saying "disgusting"), but it was more of self-interest into knowing how many people would press that option without saying it so in the thread. Nothing wrong with it, I'm not enforcing people to vote + comment, but you know, curious. You raise good points, and I'm not judging people for their answer or they truly stance in this matter, so I'm glad for your contribution.



Damn its so weird to actually read like how many people would actually date transsexuals or at least are not prejudiced and would interact normally with us, that makes me happy :)