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Slut Shaming in the Trans Community

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I have a trans friend who I share a mutual love of music with. It’s great. They are a talented as hell vocalist, and we are both infatuated with making super sexy music. It’s a great buffer for the latent crush I have on them that I don’t know what to do with.

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But that’s neither here nor there as I’m perfectly happy being this person’s friend. They recently said something that I was intrigued by, and I wanted to discuss it openly with others because I’m curious how many other trans people might experience this thought pattern.

They mentioned something along the lines of “I need to get a boyfriend soon, or else I’m going to become a slut again!”

My first reaction was, of course, to ENCOURAGE THE SLUTTERY because THAT’S what good friends DO! Seriously, I did not let them slut-shame themselves any further than they might have already done, because that’s no good for anyone.

“What’s wrong with doing both?” I I asked. “I’m turning up my slut heat at all times!”

They laughed at me and agreed, but they didn’t really speak on their reputation and how they feel about being considered a slut by others, and that’s what made me think.

Do people really consider trans people more slutty, or needing to be more slutty to take the different set of sexual opportunities they get that is counter to the heteronormative standard? I have no idea and hope not, but I’m asking anyways because YOU OUGHTA KNOW like Alanis Morissette sang, baby.

With that being said, let’s ALL slut it up more AND get boyfriends and girlfriends and sex partners if we want to!

Yaaas sweet thang,
Addi Stewart

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  1. janedon1

    September 3, 2018 at 3:53 pm

    I’ve never understood why CIS women do that to each other & understand even less why us Gurls would do that to each other. It makes no sense.

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