Date: 01/12/2012 08:49 PM Title: Catch Me, I'm Falling: Redux
Still trying to figure out what the situation is with Kurt's genitalia. Large clitoris? He said he couldn't come from it.... I know when a sex change is done the vaginal walls and cervix are surgically externalized and used to form the penis with the cervix as the sensitive tip, but if that were the case with your Kurt he wouldn't "have a pussy." So, please, explain to me what the situation is with him. Thanks!
Author's Response: So sorry that I didn't respond to your questions until now! (I have a tendency to forget that I've published here, and don't check very often to see if I've got feedback or comments.) Kurt (in this 'verse) is biologically female--but doesn't feel female. He's transgendered. When I say "his cock", I am referring to what is technically his clitoris, but many FTM individuals either feel EXTREMELY uncomfortable with applying that label to their bits due to the inherent "female" identifications that can come along with that term. I can't speak for ALL transgendered folks, but for me? That part of my body is my cock. Testosterone causes a great deal of growth to the clitoris, so it really does end up lengthening, and becomes visibly erect. Unless a FTM person has extensive surgery--they will still have a vagina. So? Kurt has both. He's not a hermaphrodite in the least. (Ps--a more welcomed and accepted term for people with gender variance is "intersexed". There are A TON of conditions/genetic differences that fall under the "intersexed' spectrum, so I won't describe them here.) I hope this clears up some of your questions? Kurt has a cock. A very little one comparitively--but a cock nevertheless.
Date: 01/12/2012 01:54 AM Title: Catch Me, I'm Falling
I didn't see your intro until after I'd done my review. Maybe they use the word transgender now instead of hermaphrodite? If so, do they now leave both genders' genitalia present? I'm sure insurance companies wouldn't cover the removal of one once a person reaches the age where "those involved" feel the person "can make an informed decision" because the insurance companies would then view it as elective surgery, right? *sigh* Just a guess.
Date: 01/12/2012 01:49 AM Title: Catch Me, I'm Falling
So...Kurt's a hermaphrodite? When you said FTM transexual, I thought you meant someone who'd had a sex change from female to male, but it sounds more to me like he's a hermaphrodite (born with both male and female organs and/or genitalia) whose doctors/parents didn't make a gender decision for him at birth and remove/perform reconstructive surgery on the other gender's genitalia.