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#TRANSWOMAN: UNDER THE SHEETS. #TRANSSEXUAL #TRANSGENDERD #SISSYBOY


1. Parts and What to Call Them 
Contrary to popular belief, not every trans woman has undergone sexual reassignment surgery (SRS). In fact, for many trans women, it isn’t a top priority.A major apprehension around having sex with trans women, though, is the uncertainty that comes with bodily names having a gendered overtone.One need only research phallic symbolism and imagery to understand the cultural connection between the penis and masculinity. So wouldn’t calling a trans woman’s genitals a penis make her uncomfortable?Not necessarily!

Many trans women have reclaimed the notions around their penises and recognize them as a feminine part of them.After all, it’s not like there’s an empty void of femininity that only exists over their crotch — their package is no less feminine than their left pinky finger.But while some have been able to reclaim this idea, others still are extremely uncomfortable with their sexual configuration. These women may prefer that their junk be called a clit, instead, since they are both essentially the same organ.Or they may prefer for it to be called something else entirely. The best way to know is – you guessed it – by talking to her.
A major apprehension around having sex with trans women, though, is the uncertainty that comes with bodily names having a gendered overtone.


One need only research phallic symbolism and imagery to understand the cultural connection between the penis and masculinity. So wouldn’t calling a trans woman’s genitals a penis make her uncomfortable?
Not necessarily! Many trans women have reclaimed the notions around their penises and recognize them as a feminine part of them.
After all, it’s not like there’s an empty void of femininity that only exists over their crotch — their package is no less feminine than their left pinky finger.

But while some have been able to reclaim this idea, others still are extremely uncomfortable with their sexual configuration. These women may prefer that their junk be called a clit, instead, since they are both essentially the same organ.
Or they may prefer for it to be called something else entirely. The best way to know is – you guessed it – by talking to her.
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Before sex, ask her what makes her feel good and what she likes and allow her to tell you on her own terms, asking for clarification if you need to. (This is also a good time to talk about STIs and protection methods!)

2. Fucking
There’s more than one way to have sex with a trans woman. In fact, there are enough ways that Mira Bellwether was able to write an 80 page zine about them, which she so eloquently titled Fucking Trans Women (FTW).
While I think everyone should read the zine from cover to cover, there are a few important highlights that are worth describing.
Muffing, for instance, was made popular by FTW and refers to inverting the testes and scrotum back into the cavity that they came out of during puberty.


This newly exposed cavity can then be used as a pleasure center that can be stimulated with a vibrator, fingers, or a penis, similarly to a vagina.
Another point that Bellwether brings up in FTW is that just because we’re interacting with a penis doesn’t mean we need to assume that it should be erect.
Stimulating a flaccid penis is rarely, if ever, a consideration in sexual discussion, but is a very real possibility.

Especially considering that your partner may be undergoing hormone replacement therapy, which can diminish sex drive and prevent erections, this allows for a whole new playground of pleasure and experimentation.

All, or none, of these ideas could be appealing to your partner and, as per usual, it’s best to talk to her, ask questions, and have conversations about how she likes to fuck and the best ways for the both of you to fuck together.
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