Anonymous said: Hey, how do you feel about chastity cages?
When training a new gurl, caging her helps re-focus her attention on her man. His pleasure must cum first. And in time her orgasms will cum purely from having him inside her.
Tyler’s always buying me lingerie. Now he wants me to start on hormones.
False eyelashes are all I need to feel like a girl. That, and Dylan’s cock in my pussy.
Mason calls me his princess, and he keeps buying me lingerie. I’m starting to feel like a lucky girl!
We used to flip a coin over who got to be the girl. But this way Joey and I both win.
Zack was always rough with me. To him, I wasn’t a girl… just a faggot who deserved to be slapped around and humiliated.
Anonymous said: I love cross-dressed guys, a lot. I like calling my boyfriend princess and telling him what a pretty girl he is. the maleness of his body is pretty crucial to me, though. I don't understand gender as an identity. Gender isn't really real, is it? It's a role. It's something put on from the outside, whether consciously or not. Masculinity or femininity is something you learn, and maybe identify *with*, not something you are. So I'm confused as to how transitioning can change what a person is?
I think it’s great that you and your boyfriend have figured out how gender factors into your relationship (he’s a lucky girl)! It seems like transitioning isn’t something either of you connect with, and that’s OK. But for some people, it’s the only way to feel whole, complete and authentic. I can’t pretend to fully understand it, but I certainly respect it.
Mateo was a tough motherfucker, but he treated me like his princess.