Im A Tranny ****

Im a transsexual getting ready to start HRT. Im also a ****. I love sex of any kind. I want it all the time. Just wrighting this is making hot. im this bad now i wonder what ill be like ater the operation. I cant say no to sex. Am I the only one?
boniatlast boniatlast
36-40, F
2 Responses Aug 11, 2010

It did drop quiet a bit but didnt disappear. I dont want it all the time anymore but when I do It's still just as powerfull a wanting. I gladly give up the sex drive for all the other wonderful changes the Hormones and less tetsestrone has given me.

You may find that after you have been on HRT a while, your sex drive could plumet and even completely disappear.<br />
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During adolescence, the testoterone and estrogen of puberty activate certain parts of the brain that governes our sex drive. It's different for woment ahn for men, but one thng remains true, that tesosterone is the hormone the gives us sex drive. Even women have a small amount of testosterone produced by the adrenal glandes. Women with high testosterone levels have stronger sex drive than women with low sex drives. In fact women with little desire for sex are treated with small dosages of tesosterone or perhaps the nutrient DHEA, which is a precusor of testosterone and can stimulate sex drive in women without the undesirable side effects of testosterone.<br />
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Many trangendered , having been influenced by testoterone during puberty and having testosterone in their system up until GRT supresses it, will exhibit typical male libido. It doesn't matter what kind of sex one desires, testosterone doesn't really affect that, what it affects is the intensity of theose desires. So whether one desires sex with men or women, or whether one desires to be on the giving or receiving end, is not determined by testsoterone. Hay men can have very high testosterone levels. No matter what kind of sex one desires, the intensity of the desire is where testosterone has the strongest effect . <br />
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In oderder for HRT to have the desired effect, it needs to supress testosterone and couteract it's influence. For many , it may mean the complete loss of libido. Strangley enough, for many transsexuals, that is a desired result.<br />
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I myself had very low testosterone and slightly elevated estrogen before I ever started HRT. My testo was below the bottom level for males and my estrogen was well above nromal levels for males. When I strted HRT within a matter of a few months my testosterone was zero and my estrogen levels were quite high. I completely lost all sexual desires. <br />
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After a couple years on HRT, my sexual desires did seem to increase a little but was well in line with typical female desires. <br />
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In "The Man/Woman Book" a comparative study of the differences between men and women ,it says: "A man has relationships so he can get sex. A woman has sex so she can be in a relationship." <br />
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Typical female libido would not be described as "slutty". Even is these days of free teenage sex and hook-up culture in which girls are influenced by role models who appear slutty, sluttiness is not a normal or highly regarded state for females. Many young women today complain that they are having a hard time forming romantic relationships because young men are putting them under so much pressure to "put out." Many girls also complain that if they don't follow the examples of the slutty celebrity pop stars, they will not be popular and won't get and dates. This attitude is more a reflection of the biologically normal sexual feeling that women have. <br />
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You may find that after you have been on HRT for awhile, yur sexaul desires will be greatly desired. I knw more than a few post op transsexuals who are emabarressed about the sexual desires they had before they transitioned. They felt releived that they had been able to shake those desires off and felt they had more feminine sexual desires. Many of them had these wild fanstasies of what sex would be like after surgery and rushed to try out the plumbing after surgery, only to discver that it really wasn';t such a big deal...not as big a deal as having the correct anatomy to match their gender identity.<br />
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Your results may vary. Maybe your sexual desire will all but disappear. Maybe you will retain a high libido and can be the **** you fatasize yourself being. Or maybe you will develope a normal female libido and your feelings about sex will be more in line with the typical female.<br />
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It's a complicated issue. There a real ironic twist to it though. If you are driven by erotic desire to start HRT and have SRS, you may find that those occurances may leave you with a much reduced sexual desire. If sexual desire is your motivation for going on hormones and having SRS, you may find yourself not only disappointed with the results, you might be downright remorsefull. <br />
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On the otherhand, many transsexuals do in fact go on HRT for years and have SRS and still behave strong sexual desires. . But you won't really know how things will turn out untill everything is done.<br />
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Before taking these steps and starting transition, you should make damn sure that your erotic desires are not the only thing that motivates you to do this. <br />
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I think that on the Experience project, a high premium has been placed on being a "****." It's good to have a healthy sexual desire, but aspiring to be a **** may not be the highest of ideals to strive for.