Is it true most men who don't like transgenders do so because they accidentally had a sexual experience with one?

I've always felt how others lead their lives is their business. As long as they leave me alone I'll let them get on with theirs. I think most people tend to think along similar lines. But there is a number of people who seem very angry about transgenders and go out of their way to express it.

Now I've a theory, and if you know me you'll know my theories are always right. I believe that the main cause of hatred towards transgenders is when straight guys have a sexual experience with one and don't find out it wasn't a real woman until afterwards.
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  • The only transgenders I hate are those who are pushing their sexualized, non-binary agenda on children.

    I just think other "trans"women are merely super gay. They are medically altered to look sort of like women and play act as caricatures of women.

    I don't see why a gay man would want to have sex with a tranny because gay men are generally attracted to men. Trannies want to be fucked by straight men. But they are NOT women, so few straight men want anything to do with them. And then the trannies act like victims of transphobia. What a fucking joke.

    I'm not gay. I'm only interested in women. LGBTs can engage in whatever kind of sex and kinks they want, but they shouldn't expect heterosexuals to participate.

    Also, "trans"women are a threat to women. They are a danger when allowed in women's-only facilities and they are displacing women in sports and beauty pageants, stealing scholarships and awards, and making real women feel like they will never be good enough, no matter how hard they work.

    On the other hand, nobody has a problem with "trans"men because they aren't a threat to anyone.

    • Check with reality as is backed by real evidence such as statistics, science, and documentation, and learn how far off base you are.

    • @CassandraSpender. Yeah, sure. LOL Being woke is so much better than having a grounding in reality. It's too bad that you don't respect what it is to be a woman.

    • I have a grounding in science, not religion... but don't worry, my generation relies on science and you'll be gone soon.

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  • Hmm, I had threesomes before with other guys. I couldn't image a transgender being much different except more of a girlish figure, maybe. I have heard of that happening before, with guys accidentally having a sexual experience with one.

    This one dude one time, he and his friend went to a bar after work and there was this prostitute there. They gave her some money to have sex with her, and while one dude was making out with her, the other one opened her purse to steal some money, and found out that she was a guy, and stabbed her to death.

    But really, that's not so uncommon. I'm not sure what the statistics are though for how often it happens.

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  • No i think the main reason people are angry about it in America is the affirmative care model (where they never question why just agree) used on confused children, even though for example it’s well known the majority ‘tomboys’ grow into normal straight women. The reason for pushing this agenda isn’t for the well being of people it’s to create life long patients and to make money off them. There’s also schools and insurances hiding this from parents. Then there’s the cheating in women’s sport, public safety and problems reported about perverts using this as an excuse to flash penises in women’s showers and changing rooms where minors are present. A bunch of complications that go against women’s rights not just men wanting to know their sexual partner doesn’t have a cock.

    • I agree.

    • I would say I’m pretty sure for most people that it’s not trans individuals they hate it’s the politics.

    • It's some "trans"-woman adults, though, too. Those who claim to be women so that they can take medals and scholarships away from women. Those who win women's beauty pageants. Those who are celebrated as actual women by the whacked out left. Those who claim to be women so that they can access women's-only facilities like bathrooms, locker rooms, showers and prisons. So they are a physical threat to women and children and they are a threat to women's rights and what it actually means to be a woman. They devalue women. Nobody cares about "trans"men because they are a threat to no one. Of course, there is also all this militancy about pronouns and that kind of crap. I know "trans"women who fully transitioned as adults and just want to blend in as women. They don't go around broadcasting it. And the same with "trans"men. I have no problem at all with them

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  • I doubt it. Transgender individuals aren't very common, and men who dislike them seem to be rather abundant. I think it's more of a personal stigma, highly related to the powerful "anti-gay" stigma.

    • But if transgender individuals aren't very common (which I agree with you about), why are they so ubiquitous now in schools, politics, sports and entertainment? Why is transgenderism being pushed so hard? And is it possible that some of the militants who show up at protests are paid actors? I see some really crazy shit that I don't think the average LGBT would be involved in. Is it possible that some very powerful players are using the idea of gender dysphoria to achieve a larger, hidden agenda?

    • @Lliam It's more of an ideology than it is an actual issue. Gender dysphoria is increasing in numbers steadily, but most activists are neither trans nor (before joining the movement, at least) actually close with someone who was. Hidden agenda, perhaps. I think it has more to do with the notion of an "echo chamber," in the sense that if you isolate with others who hold your beliefs, the average belief goes farther and farther. The same thing happens on the Far Right, with nearly identical consequences, ironically enough.

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  • Can't speak for other men, but personally...

    1) I don't mix with trans and never criticise any publicly before.

    2) I don't like it when then push LGBT agenda publicly or to kids.

    3) I usually avoided questions touching LGBT in online forums.

    4) I answer this question because it's for me to express a personal opinion. No other intention.

  • If bullshit wore a bra you would fall over.

  • Yes, it is true. I can personally attest that my obsession with boobs led me to explore a new sexual experience. There I was, drunk at a bar. Everything was blurry except that my eyes zoomed onto a pair of headlights that were the most cosmetically perfect gazoongas I've ever seen. Before I knew it, my sausage sunk in those jugs like a worm in a Tequila bottle. As I was squirming inside of those delicious juggernauts, the pseudo-woman asked if I wanted to go down on her. Expecting to taste her delcious fuckhole, I was instead met with one-eyed Charlie the size of a baby's arm. I ran out of there as if a gun had been pointed to my head. Never will I forget that feeling of being deceived by those fabulous funbags.

  • I think the opposite. Most transphobes probably never met one in their entire life. Hate often comes from not knowing.

  • Yes, that's true. It has to be, because you're never wrong Poppy. :D

  • Accidentally? LOL stop the cap

  • There aren't enough passable transgenders out there for that to be a plausible theory.

  • I believe people should do what makes them happy. I don't judge based on people's life choices. I've never had a sexual experience with someone that is transgender, but when working at Lowe's one of them threw a piece of metal siding at me because I couldn't give them a discount. So maybe I don't view them in the most positive light because I think they're angry a lot. Just based on one experience tho.

  • I always agree with every thing you say Poppy... if you said it and that is your theory... I give it 100% legitimacy🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️😊😊😊😊

  • That's a good question, and probably you're right in many cases when stating some guys were not aware of not having dealt with a real woman, and if they enjoyed, they must feel somewhat tricked. I still have another thought: what about pheromones? I have no problem with the existence of transgenders (even meeting one), but being instinctively drawn towards natural women, and loving their smell, I wonder about that aspect in transgenders. I guess the difference in pheromones may induce rejection in straight men. Nothing anyone can do about that, safe using parfume containing some female pheromones.

  • Or maybe it’s because it’s different and strange to them.
    People have a tendency to dislike or even hate things that are alien to them. Trans people definitely fit that description for a lot of people.

  • No 😂

  • Dumbest post of the day.

  • I think a lot of straight men definitely are afraid they will accidentally hook up with a trans woman lol

    they always say “you can always tell” but you really can’t. There are so many trans women who are absolutely beautiful and they pass as biological women. They’re so insecure with their sexuality that the idea of being attracted to a trans woman is horrifying to them…

    they do the same thing with gay men too. They don’t even want to associate with a man who’s gay cause they think they’re gonna sexualize them. Just the way they do with women…🤭🤭

  • No thst is a weird thought.

  • Um... no. Assuming is one thing, truth is another. I just don't care if they are or not. As long as they don't put their private life on me.

  • I agree with you 100%!!! I also think homophobic men who are so angry gays are gay too. 😹😹😹 Well that's the only logical explanation for a man to be so interested in other men's penises lmaoo.

  • No, that's not the case but if you were tricked I am pretty sure that would pass someone off. You dont. lime Trans gendered because it's a man in a dress...#notrannies

  • This scenario reminds me of the Kinks song, Lola.

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/6CzrYXcXweI

    Or Holly from Lou Reed’s “Take a walk in the wild side”.

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/4p_cXfdz8Hw
  • No, most men didn’t have an accidental experience with one

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