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I must say your new site is a great idea. It will, as you are well aware, help get rid of the excrement that (by means of anonymity) the Web allows. I also note the large increase (is it exponential?) of members recently. What's happening?
Cheers and good wishes,
SAYS HELPFUL & ENCOURAGING
Once again, thanks,
GOT GOOD RESPONSES
I have just recently discovered your website and have been browsing the articles. I really enjoy the fact that this site is aimed to not only assist T-women to find decent prospects for dating, but to also educate men to the "proper ettiquette" in seeking to date a lady. I must say that the first responses to my ad were a breath of fresh air. For the first time, I have placed a personal ad which generated responses that did not make it directly to my junkmail filter. Whether these prospects turn out to be fruitful or not is to be seen with time, but it was nice not to have to deal with the usual assumptions.
I do want to appologize for the "social faux pax" my first time in chat. I was not familiar with the terms "trolling" and "broadcasting," and was shocked to see so many "guns being cocked." Being nervous chatting for the first time, I was just trying to make conversation. I am reading the rules more carefully before chatting again. I must say that I am very impressed with your monitoring system. I am very new to computers, but my roommate is computer savvy. He was impressed when I told him about my boo boo, and the other incidents where the Room Monitors took control. Before this, he assumed that the chat would be patroled by a "bot."
thank you, and I hope to get to know everyone a little better as soon
as my chatting skills improve.
THREATENS WITH LAWYERS
OK. Hi, lawyers. :)
BEING UNREASONABLE ABOUT TGIRLS?
I'm a single guy, 35 years old, and I've been with a lot of women. I like women, and am so heterosexual it isn't funny, though I've never been homophobic. Perhaps that's obvious, I'm not sure. Like a lot of guys, my first introduction to Tgirls was accidentially finding some on porno websites. I say accidental becasue that's what popped up, and I wouldn't know how to search for it if it was on purpose.
I was very surprised to find out that I wasn't turned off (buy most of them) and was actually pretty intrigued. After that, I saw a special on television about Tgirls and was more surprised at how common it is.
I've always felt that a woman was a lot more than a vagina, however, I can't be with someone I am not sexually attracted to. I have made the mistake of going to other sites which were, shall we say, a bit more animated than yours. I wound up meeting two men wearing makeup and women's clothes. I was, to say the least, dissapointed, and have been leery ever since.
I think a woman should look, act, and feel (emotionally) like a woman. No adams apple, no deep, manly voice, no jutting jaw and Sylvester Stallone biceps. Being the man is my job. And after that, I don't really care what's between her legs.
Am I being unreasonable?
I don't know, and any advice you could give me would be very helpful.
Thank you very much.
TGIRL SAYS THE CHATROOM
FEELS LIKE HOME
I find that most men that are interested in Tgirls, are so in a sort of kinky way, at least in my experience, like I was just a piece of sex to fulfill a fantasy, and that is not actually what I am longing for. I am a post-op Tgirl and have been led to believe after the operation men would not be interested in me, so I am always wary when some are interested and want to know why.
As well that topic of "the best of both worlds" doesn't really apply to me, since I had never been a man, or led a man life, I had always led my life according to my feelings, even as a child, therefore since I felt like a woman since my earliest memory, I wouldn't know how a man feels.
just a post-op transsexual woman, a normal person with a normal life,
that longs for a man to love me for who I am. Now that I have found your
website, who knows? One thing is for sure, at least I will feel like I
am at home. Thanks for all the effort in letting the rest of the world
know about us, as normal people, and thanks for all the advice you give
in all sorts of fields.
SAYS THANKS FOR THE ARTICLE
I wonder how many gay guys who say such a thing have actually smelled a woman in that way. LOL
REMEMBERS A THAI TGIRL
Don't know (but do know) why I'm here. Twice divorced hetero male. Ex-Navy. Met beautiful Tgirl in Pattaya, Thailand, mid-1990s. Honestly didn't know. She was extremely feminine looking/acting. After finding out, didn't care. Why? You tell me, actually, who cares? She was the most ladylike behaving lady I'd ever met. I was married at the time. Not proud, but sailors abroad (on leave) tend to follow their hearts' desires. Trying to honor my vows, I only wanted a local guide to enjoy the sites of Thailand with, and sorry, I enjoy a pretty girl's company.
Her name was Nin, she was stunningly beautiful, refined, and fun to be with. Sex wasn't a primary issue. I honestly only wanted female companionship, and I told her so. We saw many sites, partied at a few of the most popular local clubs, and went for dinner at expensive restaurants. I stayed at her flat. The day before I was to leave, she took me to a club that featured a ladyboy show, as she put it, and I enjoyed it. Surprisingly. I grew up in Kansas, and you don't, or didn't, hear about these kinda things in those days (the 60s).
Later that same night, she revealed that she was a ladyboy. Maybe it was that particular night; I chalked it up to Singha beer; it didn't matter to me. It turned out to be the best sexual experience I've ever had. It's haunted me until now, after reading your article. For years, I've tried to put into perspective what happened, and how I've felt about that encounter, but your article really helped me. I only wish I could have found these answers back then. Thanks!
TGIRLS & SHEMALES
Not trying to be hostile, just trying to understand the logic.
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