transgender

1. Gender Core Theory – why am I transgender?

by Electra L on January 7, 2018

The causes of the transgender condition As a civilization, we have definitively detailed and deconstructed millions of physical processes: everything from photosynthesis to fertilization, nuclear fission to solar power. However, there is one physical structure which we are nowhere near understanding: the human brain and its principal interface – the mind. Many processes which involve […]

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The ‘faceless man’ and the terrifying possibility that we have no sexual orientation. Hi, my name’s Felix Conrad and I love black coc*k. I apologise in advance to black men across the world for this blatant sexualisation of their organs but, let’s face it, that’s what sexual organs are for. Furthermore, by the same logic […]

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Is a Transgender Woman a Woman?

by Editorial Board on September 24, 2017

You will be pleased to know that there is a simple method for answering the question asked in the title of this book. We define what a woman is, and then see if a transgender woman matches that definition. But you might not be so pleased when you find out that defining ‘woman’ immediately gets […]

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New book definitively disproves autogynephilia

by Editorial Board 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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Can someone be ‘mildly transgender?’

by Felix Conrad on September 29, 2015

While writing an essay this morning I found myself using the term ‘mildly transgender.’ Immediately, alarm bells started ringing. I could imagine a knock on the door at 3AM as the LGBT thought police came to take me away. This is because they want to carve out a complete and tangible identity in society: transgender; […]

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1. What’s with the whole French Maid thing? Much of human sexuality is symbolic. This means that humans attach sexual significance to seemingly non sexual objects – fabrics, muscles, frills, whips, power – and become turned on by them. As a servant’s uniform, the french maid outfit represents complete submission – which turns the sissy […]

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History has shown that when transgender people can’t decide on the name for something then transphobes and conservatives will invent the term for us. Quite simply… it is time to stop dragging our feet and using terminology for so called ‘cross gender arousal’ that is either offensive, ridiculous or simply overloaded with too many syllables. […]

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Am I transgender?

by Felix Conrad on July 12, 2015

I’ve had a few comments and e-mails recently along the lines of – who the fuck are you to start writing books about gender variance and transgender philosophy when you’ve never said what your own gender is. Are you actually transgender… why aren’t you telling anyone? And there’s a simple answer to that… nobody asked. […]

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This article is a response to Cheryl’s blog post on her experience with hormones. She is the founder of Tranisa films. You can access her article via the crossdreamer forum. Her response to this article is below. ATTENTION: Like all my work on transgender psychology, this article is for older readers with a history of […]

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Sexual signs… 1) An excessive sexual interest in female clothing – especially super feminine items like lingerie and items made of fabrics usually reserved for females: satin etc. 2) An elevated interest in pegging or other sexual activities where he is submissive. A tendency to lie on his back and open his legs like a […]

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Rethinking late-onset transgender narratives

by Felix Conrad May 3, 2015

One of the most difficult things about a late onset transgender awakening is trying to understand how the hell you can spend most of your life accepting your social gender, and then suddenly it all falls apart and the very gender you used to accept now seems as alien to you as if you had […]

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How should (‘some’) transgender individuals identify?

by Editorial Board December 20, 2014

Step 2b of the Fusion Program: Identify in a healthy, realistic direction, and understand that gender change for you should be mostly psychological not physical. (Sorry, a more accurate title for this article would be… How should a transgender person with moderate gender dysphoria and a femephiliac sexuality identify? As ever, readers should remember that our advice […]

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