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May 14 17 4:41 AM

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Take a look at @LauraAJacobsNYC's interesting PP-presentation on transgender and BDSM at the AltSex conference.

She writes:
The trans and gender nonconforming community has expanded dramatically in recent years, and a large number are exploring nontraditional romantic and sexual relationships. This presentation is to encourage a nonpathologizing approach to raise general cultural competence around clinical work with trans and gender nonconforming people engaged in BDSM and nonmonogamy.


http://cdn-altsexnycconf.pressidium.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Laura-Jacobs-AltSex2017.pptx.pdf

 
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May 16 17 7:06 PM

Interesting points, particularly that trans people are well-versed in roleplaying already, so it's kind of logical they'd engage in roleplay in sex, I hadn't thought of that. That trans people, already being outside social norms, probably often have fewer inhibitions aboit BDSM makes sense.
I read elsewhere an interesting point about forced feminization fantasies among crossdreamers - there's probably an element of fetishizing the fact that our crossdreaming is or at least was originally probably unwanted,

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May 17 17 8:10 AM

I like that it includes gender non-conformity as well. Being gender non-conforming without being trans is a difficulty with being a male submissive or female dominant. I've dealt with this guilt both as a male sub and a crossdreamer. My Mistress has told me every guy she has dominated went through some phase of guilt or denial. Dominant women can also face a backlash from men who feel threatened by them.

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May 17 17 8:16 AM

Karen wrote:
Interesting points, particularly that trans people are well-versed in roleplaying already, so it's kind of logical they'd engage in roleplay in sex, I hadn't thought of that. That trans people, already being outside social norms, probably often have fewer inhibitions aboit BDSM makes sense.
I read elsewhere an interesting point about forced feminization fantasies among crossdreamers - there's probably an element of fetishizing the fact that our crossdreaming is or at least was originally probably unwanted,

It kind of worked the other way for me. BDSM helped me open up about crossdreaming.

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May 17 17 8:03 PM

Sofie wrote:

It kind of worked the other way for me. BDSM helped me open up about crossdreaming.



Come to think of it, it was a bit like that for me too. My first submissive fantasy had no crossdreaming (it was of giving oral sex on my knees to a certain boy) but eventually fantasies involving forced feminization arose.

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