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    Default After this fiasco of a thread.................

    https://www.escort-ireland.com/board...ng-(Not-on-EI) (But an interesting question.)


    I'm still none the wiser here!


    Is it O.K. to advertise in the female section and not mention your are a post op transsexual?


    I'm genuinely confused here!


    I know in your private life what you do, or who who tell has to be your own business.


    But when your escorting is it alright in you opinion to conceal that you are a post op transsexual woman?


    Sorry. TBH I'm only interested in transgender female responses here or very mature adults with a bit of knowledge on the subject.


    This is a subject that I have no experience in so I am very interested in peoples views and ready to be educated.









    Sorry dr love, but I think it is an important qustion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by irishdeltaforce View Post
    https://www.escort-ireland.com/board...ng-(Not-on-EI) (But an interesting question.)


    I'm still none the wiser here!


    Is it O.K. to advertise in the female section and not mention your are a post op transsexual?


    I'm genuinely confused here!


    I know in your private life what you do, or who who tell has to be your own business.


    But when your escorting is it alright in you opinion to conceal that you are a post op transsexual woman?


    Sorry. TBH I'm only interested in transgender female responses here or very mature adults with a bit of knowledge on the subject.


    This is a subject that I have no experience in so I am very interested in peoples views and ready to be educated.









    Sorry dr love, but I think it is an important qustion.


    Reilly?


    Nobody has anything?


    Just leaving me hanging here?


    O.K. But don't complain if I express an ignorant view or something!
    Last edited by irishdeltaforce; 17-05-16 at 22:13. Reason: dr love kick me ass to the curb. Nobody cares.

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    I can't see why they should have to state that they are post op.
    If they act & look feminine then does it matter what gender they were born as?
    It's not like you're getting married !!
    I am more concerned about tv escorts advertising as ts, luckily I have only come across this a couple of times.
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    If the operation makes it impossible to tell the difference (I don't know whether that's the case), then I see no reason for her to mention being post-op - this would be to define herself by what she used to be rather than what she is now. As long as the punter has the experience of being with a woman her history is really none of his business.

    On the other hand, if a punter is liable to realise half-way through, then it would be unfair, because that could freak someone out. It wouldn't bother me at all, but I would feel I should be entitled to know in advance in this case. That's my view, for what it' worth.

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    if i had made a decision to fully complete ts transformation to a woman and had the surgery done, i am no longer a transsexual neither post op ts.. i am ALREADY a real woman with pussy and i have the rights to not telling everybody about my past
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    It's one of those things where if you don't know it won't hurt you, an appointment with an escort and chances are the average client won't notice or if he does notice will convince himself it's just an ugly "real" pussy. Personally I'd feel very conned, cheated and disgusted and realistically all I'd do is walk away and chalk it down to shit happens but a lot of guys wouldn't.

    Now if we're talking about meeting someone and starting a relationship, that's a whole new level, that's fucking with a straight guys emotions and just looking for trouble, it isn't Disneyland and there's not going to be a happy ending.
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    i believe a client should be informed. Some people do not want to have sex with a post-op ts and should not be misled/ deceived into doing so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe00 View Post
    i believe a client should be informed. Some people do not want to have sex with a post-op ts and should not be misled/ deceived into doing so.
    Maybe I'm being naive, but done'st the term "post-op ts" simply define her as what she sued to be - ie by her history and not what she is now? In which case, it's fair to ask why is her history any of the client's business?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoordog View Post
    Maybe I'm being naive, but done'st the term "post-op ts" simply define her as what she sued to be - ie by her history and not what she is now? In which case, it's fair to ask why is her history any of the client's business?
    Probably because although the world is falling over itself to be politically correct there are still people entitled to their opinion that if you are born physically a man, you are physically a man no matter how good a boob job you get.
    Neither do I feel the need to impose that attitude on anyone, I'm merely sharing it so the same applies, I don't see why anyone should bow to an others opinion. Physically a post op will still be a man and sorry to be blunt but a client is paying to be with a woman and shouldn't be deceived into thinking he is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joe00 View Post
    i believe a client should be informed. Some people do not want to have sex with a post-op ts and should not be misled/ deceived into doing so.
    i have friends who inform her clients that they are post op ts and i also have friends who didn't and it's totally none of your business. It's up to them.

    You just joined this forum a month ago but look at your post it's everywhere. Are you here 24/7 ??

    When you guys compare 'fake' pussy and the real ones it's the same like you compare strap on and the real cock BUT why there are still many punters looking for strap on?
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