Tag: sex

UCLA Anal Sex Research Study Seeks Participants

| Sep 27, 2021 | 3 Replies

The University of California, Los Angeles Department of Urology is conducting a study called Anorectal sexual function study. They are seeking participants for the study who enjoy receiving anal sex. Participation in the study may include a semi-structured interview or  being part of a Zoom focus group. Participants will receive a $25 Amazon gift card. […]

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A Crossdresser Takes the Plunge

| Jun 21, 2021 | 4 Replies

Linda’s friend Lin, once new to the crossdressing scene, had made great strides in improving her feminine appearance and deportment. However, she still felt an uncertainty about how attractive she would be to men. She had to find out. Linda tells us what happened.

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SCOTUS and J.K. Rowling: Sex, Gender and Transgender Causation

| Jul 13, 2020 | Reply

Today Dr. Dana Bevan explains why there is confusion over the difference between sex and gender. Conflating the two endangers the idea that transgender people exist. More attention needs to be paid to terminology and we demand that people define their terms and define them using objective criteria—things that can be observed, including behavior. We do not need vague notions about “identity” or “dysphoria”. Learn why sex and gender are not interchangeable terms and why they using the wrong terms creates confusion.

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“Veni, vidi et illa occurrit” Part 3

| Feb 3, 2020 | Reply

Linda met a couple dressed for a B&D party at a party for trans women, crossdressers and their admirers. The couple thought they would be the hits of the party but their matching S&M outfits were off putting to the crowd. Linda introduced herself and when the male expressed a desire to know what it felt like to be the bottom partner during sex Linda offered to help him transform into a lovely lady who could take her pick of the admirers. Today Linda concludes her story about meeting the adventurous young couple and helping the husband with his curiosity about the art of crossdressing –- and cross-loving, if there is such a thing.

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Crossdressed Lover: I Like It!

| Aug 26, 2019 | 3 Replies

Back in the late 1990s TGForum had a couple who contributed to our content. Vanessa, the crossdresser, and Linda, her partner. They wrote separately and together. A topic they always returned to was couples issues. One of the issues was sex. Many times women look at a crossdressing lover as something to put up with. They may not even want to see their man dressed in women’s clothes, let alone make love with him while he is en femme. Linda Kaye was concerned about what sex would be like with Vanessa. Sex with his male self was great but Linda was dreading the first time with Vanessa. Then Vanessa entered the bedroom and Linda forgot about her concerns. From 1997 we bring you this article from the TGF Archives, I Like It!

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Trans and Cisgender Women: The Science of Love

| Feb 26, 2018 | Reply

Why do fools fall in love? Who knows but as far as everyone else is concerned there is scientific evidence to show why people get together. Since such evidence exists it is only right that our science lady, Dr. Dana Bevan, be the one to present it to you. Dopamine, oxytocin and vasopressin factor are just a few of the things she will explain, and don’t worry, it will all make sense. In the end you will gain information on the signals a cisgender woman produces to invite a man to make his move. That should make it easier to avoid, or encourage, male attention.

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Visit to a Trans Sex Party

| Sep 12, 2016 | Reply

Contributor Jamie Fenton attends a sex party in San Francisco that welcomes trans people and those who are “trans attracted.” Jamie is suitably attired for the evening’s activities in panties, a slip, and thigh hi stockings. The rest of the crowd is either also scantily clad or naked. What went on at the party? Jamie let’s you know in this post, and she gives you the information you need to find such a party in your area. Be advised that this post is about sex so if you are easily shocked it may be a post you should skip.

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Sex, Gender and Restrooms

| Apr 27, 2015 | 5 Replies

Dr. Dana Bevan takes on the restroom issue. With conservative legislators attempting to pass laws to restrict where trans people can relieve themselves Dr. Bevan takes a look at how law enforcement and the legal system could possibly be able to determine anyone’s sex in order to arrest them for breaking one of these ill conceived laws. Bottom line? It wouldn’t be easy.

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Transgender Science Recap

| Mar 2, 2015 | 6 Replies

Dana Bevan reviews the scientifically established facts about the transgender condition. From the simple definitions needed to discuss transgender issues on into the DNA of trans people, the discredited theories of why we are transgendered, and the best estimates of how many humans are transgendered. Be prepared. There will be a blue book exam after you’ve read Dana’s column.

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