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Old 10-09-2008, 10:45 AM   #47
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Originally Posted by bexylicious View Post
Donni, I feel the exact same way.
I remember at Pride a few years ago, I was marching in the parade and saw a girl I knew from college. She yelled at me "what are you doing here, you're engaged!"
To feel I had to justify myself, to explain and defend my sexuality, and also that I couldn't just be there to support, was awful

Then when I do explain my sexuality it's usually met with a scoff. As if being Bisexual is not a real option...that I'm one of those girls who kisses another girl to "show off" or for the "experience".

As for my own relationship, I am like you Donni. I am with George because I adore him and he gets me. Not because he is male.

Also, and I do have his permission to tell you all this, George is a crossdresser. So we tend to identify him as Trans. He doesn't live as a woman and isn't out to everyone, but dresses as a woman at home or on days/nights out with me. He is out to a few of our friends now who all couldn't care less lol so that made him feel better.

This has also been met with scoffing and ridicule on the one occasion we did go out in Belfast with him in "girl mode". He was laughed at.
Which pissed me off as I do his hair and make up, and let me tell you he makes a cute chick!!

Peoples opinions of Trans guys and girls sickens me. Especially within the communities you would hope and expect to be more understanding.

But I guess as a fat Bi woman, with a Trans FA partner, its always going to be hard to find somewhere to fit in lol!
I do find gay men more accepting of our relationship than gay women though. That's not intended to offend, just my experience thus far.
Cross dressing guys are the best! I lived with a guy who was my best friend and then we became occassional lovers when i was in my late teens early 20s and he used to dress as a woman..i do remember one particular night as i was helping him dress up after a few too many (just enough) drinks and i was giving him "padding" i remember him looking at me like a petulant child saying "i want to be a THIN woman" lmao.. i didnt actually know i was an Fa then.. but i should have!! I even wanted my boyfriends to be big women! lmao..
I think if you go out with girlboys you are gay anyway. For whatever that means!

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