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    been having this discussion with my mates and want to see what you all think. if you are attracted to and have sex with a ts, does it mean you are gay, bi or straight or a mix of all three?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jc23 View Post
    been having this discussion with my mates and want to see what you all think. if you are attracted to and have sex with a ts, does it mean you are gay, bi or straight or a mix of all three?
    I think in todays world people get too hung up on labels.

    I think there are different ways of looking at it, and also depends on if the TS is Pre-op / post op etc. I have known people over the years who have been willing to play with another man / woman in a group situation, but would still class them selves as straight! I dont really think it matters, you are who you are and you should be comfortable with yourself whatever you enjoy.
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    Well, I'm hetrosexual, but if I came accross this beauty, I may have to reconsider! LOL!


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    LOL at that show. I mean it was so obvious that she was a dude. What else could it have possibly been?

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    I think you are right about labels. They are becoming less relevant. For example, I have never looked at a guy and fancied him. Yet I often wondered what it would be like to suck a cock and be fucked in the ass, because I thought the gay community must be onto something.

    I have no interest in going to a traditional male escort, so tried with a TS. Didn't manage to get penetrated but did enjoy giving head.
    Then I went to a TV recently and finally lost my 'virginity' .
    I loved it. Was into a whole GFE experience with her. Would love to see her again. But still would have no interest in a regular guy, no matter what they looked like!

    What does that make me?

    I don't consider myself gay or even bi. I love to be with women and am always turned on by the sight of a beautiful girl.

    Yet I had a fantastic sexual fulfilling experience with a TV, and have visited her a second time.

    I know what my mates in the pub would call me if they knew, but am interested to know what the 'enlightened' on this site think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jc23 View Post
    been having this discussion with my mates and want to see what you all think. if you are attracted to and have sex with a ts, does it mean you are gay, bi or straight or a mix of all three?
    It means you're as bent as a nine bob note.
    Once a prick - always a prick.

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    In Brazil, they neatly sidestep this question - Transexuals are considered a third sex, and there is quite a demand from them from the 'straight' community.

    But I agree with Vampirejackie - labels have their uses, but they can get in the way
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    As long as a guy is still attracted to ladies, I would say he is bisexual. I also like that idea of "no labels" but I would say that said labels are here to stay. Cant see them ever going away.

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    Not sure about quite being bi. Perhaps almost bi. We need a new label!!

    Para-bi or mono-semi !

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    You either love de dick or you don't. You can't camouflage it.
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