Forums - General Discussion - Would you date a transsexual?

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

i would have sex with him/her, thats all.



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Absolutely, why not? I've seen a lot of trannies that are way more beautiful and attractive than most girls. Besides, you can get the best BJ ever, like everyday!



I choose an obvious answer in the poll



No, I want to get it on and have babies IN there :D



Nope



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spemanig said:
On the one hand, it's frankly disgusting that even one person would pick the "disgusting" option, let alone it being the second highest selected choice. But on the other hand 501 at least somewhat accepting folk vs. 90 is a much better ratio than it probably used to be. Progress I guess.


I don't judge what people truly think about these matters. I put the option on the poll because I know some people (according to it, quite a lot) believe transsexuality is disgusting. There's some users that openly admit so, and I see no problem in expressing their own opinion. Sure, I would prefer people choosing other options, but hey.



It would have to be a scenario where I already fell for them before I knew. If I knew straight up, I have a hard time seeing myself be comfortable to build that kind of relationship.



 

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Shadow1980 said:
I don't see any reason why not. Gender doesn't matter to me so long as they have a good personality and I find them attractive, and it just so happens I'm only attracted to feminine individuals. Their "equipment" doesn't matter to me; I discovered a long time ago that both sets have their own distinctive appeal to me. I prefer women as they have a sexually appealing physiology, and I like feminine faces, hips, legs, and butts. However, I wouldn't mind a good-looking post-op trans-woman, a really girly pre-op trans-woman (think Bailey Jay), or even a cis-gendered guy with a sufficiently feminine face and build (I've seen a few online, all of them Asian, interestingly enough; perhaps that's the source of both the bishounen and "trap" archetypes in anime & manga). But the "standard" male form just doesn't do anything for me. The typical build and facial structure of men isn't something I find attractive, nor do I find facial or body hair attractive. To put it crudely, it's not the junk that bothers me; it's the rest of their body that's a turn-off.


This is probably the most spot-on comment about how I truly feel about this matter.



Wright said:

I don't judge what people truly think about these matters. I put the option on the poll because I know some people (according to it, quite a lot) believe transsexuality is disgusting. There's some users that openly admit so, and I see no problem in expressing their own opinion. Sure, I would prefer people choosing other options, but hey.


To me, it's as dispicable as finding a race, religioun, or sexual orientation "disgusting." I can't tolerate intolerance. It feels like listening to Donald Sterling talk, but he at least genuinely believes he's not racist.



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Scizor_99 said:


Sometimes naturalistic ethics are adhered to independently of religion though. For example, Someone could believe that living things should not be manipulated on the premise that we should "accept people for who they are". It doesn't need to have anything to do with religion. And people can still believe in souls/ spirits witout really ascribing to any doctrine.

Makes sense, but.....does a clone have a spirit? I agree that the naturalistic approach can be ascribed to the way one should live life outside of religion. The question still remains and we are still finding out a lot about ourselves as human beings today. The reason why I use religion is because religion affects a portion of society which is large enough not to be ignored. Once it gets into the fabric society eventually it can go from subculture to actual culture if not kept in check. I also understand that people can believe in spirits without doctrine. Thats no different than an athiest being able to have morality opposed to a large population which wonder how an athiest ever could because they lack religion. Its a cycle, you see.