The difference between feminisation and cross dressing… and beyond into transgender and non binary…. by Kristina-J Huddersfield Escort

The difference between feminisation and cross dressing… and beyond into transgender and non binary….

It’s such a refreshing change to be asked a really interesting question like the one I received the other day. What is the between feminisation and cross dressing…

Such a valuable question that I thought needed a blog as there is so much confusion around this subject.

To answer the question it is all to do with where the intention is focused, let me explain for some it is the intention to feel into their feminine to get in touch with the feminine side and dressing in the feminine and feeling what it is like to be feminized. It may involve using a female name while in the feminized role such as John becoming Joanne instead of a male name the focus and intention is on the process of transformation from masculine to feminine through dressing and also other ways allowing the masculine to connect deeper into the feminine. For some they like to be sexually objectified in the feminine and may welcome the been called sexually derogatory names such as, ‘slut’, or ‘whore’.

Forced feminization is carried out in consensual non consent boundaries where the receiver consents to non-consent which allows the giver to force them into the feminine form this can include sexual play such as anal sex, strap on, forced cock worship, forced bi sexual behaviour been made to perform oral sex on a female while in the role of a female or as a female on a male.

Men who indulge in cross dressing on the other hand stay in the role of the masculine and it is purely about enjoying the feel of women’s clothes and wearing women’s clothes nothing to do with wanting to take on or explore their feminine side. Cross dressers have no desire to explore the female part of themselves they simply enjoy dressing and find it a turn on. Although it looks the same there are subtle psychological differences between a man wanting to be feminized and a man who cross dresses and it comes back to where the intention is in regard to dressing.

There is so much confusion around this the whole idea that if a man dresses in women’s clothes for feminisation or cross dressing purposes he is gay or he likes anal sex are both ridiculous concepts it has nothing to do with a desire for anal sex or being gay or transgender these are all separate entities that mistakenly get lumped together with cross dressing and feminisation.

To take is just one step further to transgender and we see a more apparent psychological difference, a male who is transgender is gender identified as female living in a genetically male body and a female who is transgender is gender identified as male living in a genetically female body. So they are physiological or biological opposite to what their gender is dictating. Again there is so much confusion over if people who are transgender are gay and as I am not transgender I can only speak from my observations that people who identify as transgender are not necessary gay.

Individuals who are transgender go through many a psychological battle before deciding to enter into gender realignment therapy. This is not a fetish or a hobby or a sexual kink and should never be treat as such and it does upset me when I see so many people labelled instead of embraced and accepted.

Then we come to non-binary where an individual neither identifies with being a woman or being a man this does not mean they are neither

The term non binary can mean different things to different people. At its core, it’s used to describe someone whose gender identity isn’t exclusively male or female.

If someone tells you they’re non binary, it’s always important to ask what being nonbinary means to them. Some people who are non binary experience their gender as both male and female, and others experience their gender as neither male nor female. Some non binary individuals are transgender others rant.

We as a society are very quick to form uneducated decisions and label someone to put them in a box based on our preconceived ideas. I ask the question is that for your benefit so you can process the information or is in the wider interest of society?

My advice is stop putting people into boxes and categorising based on pre-conceived ideas people are people and whatever they are they are beautiful whether they are male, female, cross dressers, feminized, non binary, kinky, transgender, transsexual, pansexual, asexual or any other kind of sexual we are all sexual beings with feelings and emotions lets not ever forget that simple fact….. Lets try and be a little more sex positive, me I am trysexual – I will try anything once……

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