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By dirty__bill. - / Monday 28 May 2018 19:13 /
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By  Vanderdale  |  8

I honestly question the legitimacy of this story. Pretty much no trans woman is going to open herself up to the very real possibility of violence or murder by not disclosing her status to a sexual partner and letting them find out in the act, which they would have had to know was very likely to happen. Sounds more like one of those 'horror story' urban myths told by douchebags; "be careful bro, she might have a dick!".

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By  lj19717  |  19

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  mattiscg  |  21

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  acmariner99  |  18

The problem is, people don’t like being surprised in the sex department. What you do with your body is your business, but when it comes to sex, people want to know who they are dealing with.

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For some people this isn't a problem :) some people can have fun with whatever genitals their sexual partner has without being worried about such stupid things as homophobia and what society thinks of them.

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  Nadine  |  20

To be fair, you can't really call the OP homophobic. He wasn't even given a CHANCE to explain how he would feel about that kind of situation, and even if he were to reject a trans woman sexually, it still does not make him homophobic. You have the right to be and not to be sexually attracted to LGBTQ people and still be an ally.

By  Paul B. Gyurcsanszky  |  7

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  bluejello2001  |  10

Clearly you weren't all that fussed with how much your partner enjoyed it. Any foreplay at all should have clued you in to the situation.
That said, yeah, the other person should have been upfront about their situation. But you're still a selfish lover.

By  manb91uk  |  20

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  manb91uk  |  20

Wow... Lot of Transphobic attitudes here...

Yeah, she should have declared her status as a transgirl before getting intimate, and that's on her.

But if the OP was attracted to her enough to call her the girl of her dreams, doesn't he owe it to himself to see if it could actually be something more.

I'm not PC, I'm just open-minded enough to accept that with all the other things that happen medically, it's not completely unreasonable for a person to be born with the wrong chromosomal pair...

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  Nadine  |  20

Manb91uk, though I agree with the premise of what you're saying, you can't judge someone for rejecting someone with a penis if they are not attracted to people with penises. There are a million ways this could easily become transphobic, but we wouldn't know that 100% without a follow up from the OP to see how he reacted. But rejecting someone who lied about something that important and also not being attracted to man parts is hardly transphobic.

By  PenguinPal3017  |  11

Was it a feminine penis?

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