a regular woman?
Or at least that’s what the question literally translates to when I’m at a trans party.
Yes, I was born with a vagina.
Which is met with with sighs.
These boys are not so interested in cisgender ladies.
But they are NOT GAY, they tell me.
You’re not gay.
You just like women who have breasts and a penis.
So how about rather than the binary gay, straight or bi (which still revolves around gay and straight as the defining center), sexual attraction be described as male, female or trans-oriented?
It’s interesting that so many guys give such a rat’s ass about being labeled gay.
At first I think the implication is that it’s less of a social stigma to be into transsexuals than to be gay.
But after a hard think and a talk with S, I conclude that maybe those guys don’t want to be labeled gay because they’re attracted to women.
Which would make them not gay.
The guys also want to know WHY I’m at a trans party.
If I’m not here to pick someone up, get hit on or freely be the woman I was meant to be without the genetic advantage, what gives?
They don’t get it.
The women are less confused and more, “Let’s talk heels and get drunk.”
And I’m like, “Yes, drinks and how are your lashes so amazing?”
So we chat about cars, nature, various trans scenes in Japan while commenting on bearded ladies in scandalous bikinis and Pippy Longstocking wigs.
Simply put, it’s a fun time, visually awesome and I always love to see my homefolk without their well-worn masks of social conformity.
The vast majority here freak out and/or don’t accept non-traditional lifestyles that aren’t meticulously closeted. Just the other day, this young kid proudly displaying his many tats (which still carry a social stigma) probes me about my personal life. I answer matter-of-factly and when I reveal that my ex still lives with me, “What the fuck?!” is his response.
Dude, you asked me.
I’m tempted to mindfuck him a bit more with the I married my trans ex-girlfriend bit but decide to keep mum.
There are pearls and swine and at this point in my life I don’t cast those strings so carelessly.