autogynephilia

My wife caught me watching forced feminisation porn – help!

by Felix Conrad - Clinical Philosopher on August 17, 2016

Dear Felix, I’ll get straight to the point. Two days ago I was caught by my wife in an extremely compromising position, watching hardcore Lustomic forced feminisation porn. Having read your article on ‘should I tell my wife about my crossdreaming’ I was hoping you might be able to tell me how the hell I […]

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New book definitively disproves autogynephilia

by Transcend Everything on December 28, 2015

Dear Felix, Please help me. I’m trans and I want to transition. No, I don’t want to – I need to – because if I have to carry on living a lie I don’t want to live. My family is Muslim and I know my parents will suffer when they find out, but I am […]

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1.The autogynephilia apocalypse, Shakira, and much much more

by Felix Conrad - Clinical Philosopher on September 28, 2015

Introduction: Welcome to the autogynephilia memorial lecture. Today we’re going to be talking about the philosophy of psychology, autogynephilia and… Shakira’s vagina. …That got your attention! You see… I understand many of you are jaded with this subject so I’m gonna promise you two things… you will have never heard a lecture on transgender psychology […]

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What is autogynephilia?

by Transcend Everything on January 5, 2015

Warning: They say in quantum physics that there are some particles which – for reasons unkown – change their behaviour once they are being observed. I would argue that if your taste lies in that direction, knowing about the theory of autogynephilia changes you forever. It can change your relationship with your sexuality, affect your […]

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Is autogynephilia a fetish?

by Transcend Everything on January 3, 2015

Is femephilia a fetish – Is autogynephilia a fetish? ‘Fetish’ is an extremely unhelpful word. It is not a neutral, scientific word, but a term that comes loaded with baggage, and to most people is a synonym of ‘perversion.’ Therefore, even if it was technically correct to say that femephilia is a fetish I would eliminate […]

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Continued… I believe in Universal Transgender Theory. This theory states that a large number of groups who have previously been thought of as somehow different – early onset transsexuals, crossdreamers, late onset transsexuals etc…- are all, fundamentally the same. They’re transgender – and the cause of their gender variance is the same in all cases: […]

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6. Transgender females and a fetish for transformation

by Transcend Everything on August 23, 2014

A fetish for transformation… or a simple case of correction? All sexual fantasies begin with a leap of the imagination; a leap that involves transporting oneself to another place – the setting of the fantasy. Imagine a woman with a really sexy boss, for example; every time she fantasises about her boss she transports herself […]

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7. Transgender or transvestite?

by Electra L on August 21, 2014

Attire: a body for hire FETISHIST POSITION: “I understand that clothes can turn a cis woman on… like lingerie for example… but only because they signal impending sexual experience. There’s no doubt, however, that many of your so called ‘transgender’ people are simply transvestites… who get turned on – without any other sexual partners involved […]

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How to defeat the ‘Paraphilia by Association’ argument…

by Transcend Everything on August 4, 2014

I’ve just been rereading Anne Lawrence, and one passage particularly struck me: the relationship between other self directed sexual behaviors and crossdreaming. Anne Lawrence uses these behaviors as proof that crossdreaming (autogynephilia) is a paraphilia and that any resulting female identification the result of said paraphilia. The argument We know that for every sexual preference […]

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2a. Autogynephilia – brain scans and feminine manerisms

by Felix Conrad - Clinical Philosopher on July 29, 2014

2. The next dimension of the dispute that has caused so much wasted time and energy on both sides is… proving or disproving the two types are different. The proponents of autogynephilia, for example, have subjected transsexuals to brain scans to check their grey matter, repeated phallometric testing – which is basically attaching sensors to […]

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2b. Sexual differences between homosexual and nonhomosexual transsexuals

by Felix Conrad - Clinical Philosopher June 30, 2014

c) Sexuality Finally, the supposed importance that non-homosexual transsexuals have erotic fantasies that the homosexual transsexuals don’t have, is completely unfounded… and far from being anomalous is totally logical: one group is gay… the other not. Duh! Since when were gay and hetero fantasies the same? Now, my ear is burning of course as I […]

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3. The schoolboy error at the heart of Blanchard’s taxonomy of transsexuals

by Felix Conrad - Clinical Philosopher June 29, 2014

3. Faced with our revelation that there are dozens of possible taxonomies of transsexuals, Blanchard is going to take us to one side and explain the following. “Dude, I get what you’re saying… ok, there’s an infinite number of taxonomies… but mine is different. The ones you’re citing are just man-made, observations of unimportant differences. […]

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