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Transgender adults are not a new theory or issues in society. The fact of sex change operations and the rights of individuals that identify with the opposite sex, however is a new battle today. In past years individuals that were labeled one gender, but felt they belonged to the opposite gender were shunned and regarded as weird or abnormal. It is only recently that a term has been assigned, Gender Identity Disorder.

Many of the people living in the body of the wrong gender feel trapped and alone. Most are ashamed and afraid because of society's harsh criticism and outcast techniques. There are many terms and names that have been assigned to transgender individuals, which can be considered derogatory, and for the use of exploitation in most cases. Transgender adults are considered an umbrella category in which there are many classes of individuals. One of the largest classes of transgender individuals are shemales.

The term shemale refers to male-to-female transgender people who have breasts and other secondary sex characteristics typical of an adult female, but who have not undergone genital reassignment surgery. A shemale born a male but identifies with the female class and most often has characteristics of a female. Generally a shemale refers to a transwoman, which is a male with characteristics of a female that eventually begins to live as a woman. Most of the shemale's have more feminine characteristics and sometimes will even have female genitalia as well.

In some cases the shemale will undergo hormone replacement therapy and a breast implant to help with their life as a woman. This has a drastic affect on the life of the shemale and they face many issues in society that can devastate their life. Society does not have a good understanding of these individuals and they are often targets of cruel and harsh punishment. There are many jokes and issues of poking fun and very subservient treatment to shemales.

Shemales are a hot topic in the pornography industry. Many people are curious and will subscribe to websites and magazines to see what a shemale is. This is a fantasy of many to be with an individual that exhibits characteristics of two different genders. Around the country there are also escort services that pride themselves in the specialty of shemale escorts. There is big money in the industry and many shemales fall prey to the lures of financial gain.

Here are some facts about shemales:

  • Shemales do not feel like they are only half-female or half person. Most are offended by the media portrayal of the incorrect lifestyle. These individuals are normal people that you would not recognize as a shemale if they did not tell you
  • Most shemales never go reconstructive genitalia surgery because they feel it is not necessary in their true identity
  • Contrary to popular belief most shemales are comfortable with the fact that they have male genitalia but live as a female
  • Shemales do not work any different or have lessened ability because they live in different clothes
  • Regardless of the movie industry and pornographic portrayal most of the shemales do not illicit illegal sexual acts or engage in fooling their partner
  • According to the American Psychological Association there are approximately 1 in 30,000 individuals in America that transition from male to female and 1 per 100,000 that transition from female to male
  • Shemales are not gay, they simply feel that they are in the wrong gender body
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26 Responses to “Facts about shemales”

  1. Fransexual says:

    I became a Shemale simply because I was bored with my then present sexuality, though content as an individual, I embarked on a little adventure. I'd never have guessed it would of taken me where it did. It had been one great adventure and continutes to be so.

    Frances.

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  2. Ogryn1313 says:

    I'm currently enrolled in a degree program, soon to acheive my Masters, which will allow me to be a counselor once I've met all criteria. I don't think a "shemale" needs to be counseled for their choice. However, in the history of man if ever there were someone who truly is a victim of the various cruelties in the world the transsexual would be the most victimized. As a result it would be clear that many suffer depression and would simply need someone to talk to. They are truly vulnerable to all of the problems people have simply because of how abusive the world is to them. It is a sad thing that someone is made to suffer so.

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  3. Deanee says:

    Interesting as the terminolgy is, and varied, one over-riding fact is true, Transgendered men and women are people. One may find it hard, even difficult to understand or accept the gender choice(s), and transgendered people recognize this quite well. That they have worked very hard to come to grips with their own sexual identity should be at the least reason enough for others to at least attempt to comprehend what they have to deal with in order to be true to their own hearts.

    Admirers....true admirers of the transgendered have been a well-spring for the them. Others that enjoy their company as friends, aquaintances and even as lovers seem to be able to express a profound understanding of the emotional weight the Transgendered deal with both as they move more towards their true self, and societies unwillingness at large to look beyond how they feel, forgetting that transgendered people have feelings as well. I accept that many people have life issues..........some drink them away........drug them away.........abuse others because of them..........at the very least........

    I am not living in denial. And to remember that intersexed children at birth are assigned a gender by society, and accepted though they themselves did not have a choice, does not preclude the fact that many others that did not show intersexed gender at birth, do not become aware of it later on in life..........yet society finds that unacceptable is hipocrisis...........forget the porn industry, it has and does always portray the worst.......whether it be milf's, gays, bi-sexual and hertosexual and or the transgendered. We are surrounded by all types of sexual orientated people that live normal, enriching lives that add to societies betterment...........

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  4. Ogryn1313 says:

    You have raised some valid points. Sadly, for me at least, my sole exposure to anything, including transgendered is the porn world. And I learned long ago that what one sees in porn does not necessarily hold true in real life. There are so many names for the transgendered, some not flattering. What terms are acceptable?

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  5. Shemale Sex Lover says:

    I Ogryn, thanks for your good thoughtful comments. I believe the m2f transgendered people themselves prefer to be called t-girls or transwomen, or simply girls. The term shemale is indeed abusive for many of them.

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  6. Ogryn1313 says:

    You're welcome. I've come to think of them as girls myself. When I first became interested in them I was at a loss. But over the years as I began to learn more about them I came to see them as women. Of course, my only exposure to these wonderful women has been through the internet. I've never met one or had any contact with one online. It is sad in a way. I still wrestle with my sexuality and orientation but have become more comfortable with it. At first I thought I was gay, then saw that it is not a gay thing, perhaps not even bisexual. And all along, as difficult as things are for me to understand about them and my feelings for them, I always remembered that many of them have a far more difficult lot in life.

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  7. Ogryn1313 says:

    Damn, I tried to post a reply but ran into an error. But you're welcome. I hope someday to actually meet one of these special women, even if only as a friend. For years I wrestled with the implications my attraction to them meant. I didn't know how to feel. In some ways I still dont. But I've come to see them as women. As difficult as it was for me at times and frustrating with having no experience or interactions with one of them, I always remind myself that the majority of them face far more frustrations and difficulties than I.

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  8. Ogryn1313 says:

    Grr...each attempt to reply fails!

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  9. Ogryn1313 says:

    You're welcome. Any advice on how one could meet one of these fine women? Online? That is pretty much my best chance.

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    • Will Hengst says:

      a man of few words, but want to say i have become very interested in meeting a T girl.
      i watch T girl videos daily, so i want to meet one in person. i get very turned on by them, mostly when they masterbate. my email address is wkhengst@yahoo.com

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  10. Ogryn1313 says:

    I've tried and tried to reply but for some reason it is not letting me. I have come to view them as girls. I admire them for many reasons which go beyond just simple attraction.

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  11. Ogryn1313 says:

    These women are stronger hearted than I am as a man.

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  12. Ogryn1313 says:

    I can feel comfortable in referring to them as girls. I my opinion they are despite what is between their legs.

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  13. aprilts says:

    I have to point out that one of your facts is outdated and wrong. The estimate of 1 in 30,000 was made official in the early 1960's when the world was still a great deal more hostile towards the transgendered community, before the internet made it possible for those of us in the community to reach out and find one another. New estimates suggest that 1 in every 2,500 males in the U.S. have already undergone SRS to become female, that's just those who have undergone surgery. When you take into account pre-op and non-op transsexuals you can see the 1 in 30,000 figure from the 1960's is laughable. And the the American Psychiatric Association should be asshamed for not conducting updated statics for their Diagnostic and Statistics Manual, the DSM-IV.

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  14. m2f says:

    believe the m2f transgendered people themselves prefer to be called t-girls or transwomen, or simply girls.

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  15. Shalane says:

    I'm now a "shemale" because my GF wanted me to be a girl with a cock! She always does my hair and makeup and i live as a female now. She's convienced me to live this lifestyle and i've had breast implants (36DD) and she's so happy that im a "girl" now!! I'm a professional computer engineer with my own company and most of my clients think i'm my sister online and in most cases think i'm just a female consultant that works for me.

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  16. xeno says:

    im 19 and myself want to have surgery to become a shemale but im afriad to bring it up to my parents im sure that my brothers and sister would be ok with it especailly nmy little brother since when we play games that have a character crreate mode i almost always make a girl character and i made my identy on a mmorpg as a girl for 3 yrs and counting but anyway i want to really do this but i want to least have a rough estimate on how much money itll take to do everything except rib removal and equipmwnt awitch b4 i bring it up tomy parents well mainly my dad hes the 1 im worried about hes already prety anti homosexuality (think he gets it from his uncle who is going to get beat up someday by a homosexual-_-) which im not gay( i want to have kids some day and a loving wife(who doesnt)) but u know how easly it is for transexuality to be thrown in the same boat as homosexuality my mom will coup im sure hopefully >.> but its also important that when i do it i dont want to be stilll recognizable as a guy so does age have anything to do with how good ull look when u make the switch cuz while i feel lke a demon for saying this im really scared and have thought about waiting till my dad dies to really do anything so can anyone help answer my questions also add info im 19 black about just under 6'0 just starting college my rents are paying no job yet but looking and live in wv. wouldd really love some advice on wa t to do dont wanna just drop this on them without being properly prepared since aside from them finding a few shemale clips on my computer during puberty if hid alot of my urges to do anything femine in there presence aside from a play joke just to seee how they would respond think thats it and sorry about no periods in this and bad sentence structure lol

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  17. james says:

    want to meet up some time for some shemale sex??

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  18. john prasad says:

    I think u should b happy for wat God gave u...u shoudn't go against nature..if u get into any such thing now,u may repent it later..

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  19. ritvik says:

    im ritvik i want become shemale pls help me .i really fell like girls so pls make me shemale pls help

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  20. Uday says:

    I agree with john prasad

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  21. tj says:

    if there is a tgirl in South Africa and want to fuck a black guy 9inch cock, send me an e-mail tjmashego@webmail.co.za

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  22. klandestine313 says:

    I have recently began dating a T-girl for the first time in my life. I was married to a G-girl for over 20 years but never really felt as loved or appreciated as I have with my new lover. I, like most guys first became interested in Shemales by seeing them on the internet and fantasized about being with a T-girl. I finlly had to make it happened and started an online affair with my special girl. I can truely say that I have never felt this way about another girl ever before in my life. personally, I don't even view her as transgrndered or different sexually as any other woman. I do know that I love her dearly, and I praise the day I first met her on an online Transgender Dating service. She is the loveliest soul I have ever met in my life

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  23. dee says:

    i started out crossdressing and loved it.but had to move away ,the town was not frendlyto me.found a nice little town and no one seam to care about me. after a bit i became a t girl and a new world opened up.i soon found the adult movie/book store,and started to go.i met some nice men and had many dates.i soon foud i could have all the cock i wanted.

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  24. Riki says:

    What about people like me who don't feel that the should have been born female, but want to look, sound and act like one and still have all their gay male feelings and desires and still retain their male sex organs?

    I was normal teenager and had a number of very satisfying relationships with girls, nut at some point I started having the desire to cross dress. It wasn't that I felt that I wanted to be a girl, it just excited me sexually.

    The more that I indulged myself in dressing, the more I found that I was becoming interested in being with another guy.

    It finally happened! I met a gay boy who liked the idea of being with me as a girl, we became friends and started having sex. I now consider myself gay and love it. I love giving oral and receiving anal sex and still having an orgasm as a male!

    I see those beautiful, beautiful shemales in porno videos who look in every way a sexy woman, yet still have their male equipment having, what I consider, gay sex and wish soooo much that I could be like that!

    This isn't one of those fantasy things that are just good to think about. I really, REALLY want it!

    Riki

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