Just Asking.......

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    Ikoro Iyineledaposted 9 months ago

    Can there really be anything like a she-male?

    I have always found it incredibly difficult to believe that the human vulva (which I have always considered to be both rather repulsive, and of an ugliness terribly perverse - be it of sight, or of stench) can be replaced by the glory of the male human organ, and then added to the beauty of the female human form.

    Sounds too good to be nought but photo-shopping, and film-tricks.

    LOOKS too good to be nought but photo-shopping, and film-tricks.

    - Ikoro Iyineleda (17th of May, 2019).

    1. dashingscorpio profile image85
      dashingscorpioposted 9 months agoin reply to this

      I thought a "she-male" was a man who had either grown breasts or had implants and dressed like a woman; but he kept his male genitals.
      It's a man who isn't a complete transsexual.

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        Ikoro Iyineledaposted 9 months agoin reply to this

        That's the impression I was also given by Wikipedia.

        Which makes me have to wonder why there appear to be so many - and why so many (or, at least, those I see in the movies) appear to be much more beautiful than the women I see around me.

        Anyone with enough experience of the "sight of" (even if not "sex with") she-males, should please enlighten me.

        Are they indeed that attractive? Or is it all no more than photo-shopping, and film tricks? - merging the picture of a beautiful woman with the picture of a penis; and having absolutely nought of the outcome near anything to do with the she-male you would meet in reality, on the average.

        1. Kathryn L Hill profile image79
          Kathryn L Hillposted 9 months agoin reply to this

          Good grief. Someone should write that book:
          EVERYTHING you wanted to know about ....

          homosexual males
          homosexual females
          "she-males"
          "male-shes"
          ETCETERA
          The title could be, "T.M.I. Regarding the LBGT Community"

          (The LGBT community or GLBT community, also referred to as the gay community, is a loosely defined grouping of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, LGBT organizations, and subcultures, united by a common culture and social movements.)

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            Ikoro Iyineledaposted 9 months agoin reply to this

            Ha Ha

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            jonnycomelatelyposted 8 months agoin reply to this

            I cannot agree on that "common culture" bit. 
            Gay men don't always or necessarily get on with or even enjoy the company of lesbian women.
            Being a gay man does not mean he's affeminate, interested in cross-dressing, or that he likes drag in any form.  He might - but it's not characteristically gay to do or be so.
            A gay man is not necessarily interested in anal intercourse, pornography, same-gender marriage. 
            I guess the same sort of variations occur in lesbian orientation.
            I know much less about transexuality.  I have never met any trans man-to-woman who had the slightest interest in being gay.
            Again presumably the same would apply to trans- woman-to-man.
            Some bi-sexual people are totally happy and integrated individuals, yet others can be extremely confused and doubtful about themselves.  There is no clearly-defined "state" of being bi-
            It's so easy and inviting to categorise others, put them into pigeon holes of convenience, isn't it?
            Why must we do this?  Not one of those categories I have mentioned is infectious or contagious simply by being together. 
            So the heterosexual community is hardly  in danger of being seduced into belonging.   Why can't we all be respected and cared about/for just as fellow human beings?   As such we have equal rights of mutual respect and a fair slice of the cake....yet maybe the one commonality might be that we suffer some discrimination.  Certainly not a case of sharing culture.

  2. FatFreddysCat profile image97
    FatFreddysCatposted 9 months ago

    http://media.tumblr.com/c61e97504854de8af275af21fd5908fb/tumblr_inline_mfq5z47ESq1rao0jp.gif

  3. Mariah Schnoebelen profile image80
    Mariah Schnoebelenposted 8 months ago

    I have multiple friends who are beautiful that also have a penis. It's not uncommon but not commonly spoke about - especially around straight people.
    I also have met a woman that had one that wasn't so pretty and pretty small.

 
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