Strap-Ons/Lesbians
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LesbiHonest

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Jan 31, 2013
Ok. Im not a fan of labels but I will say that I'm not very feminine and that ive always been a "tomboy". Lately, I feel as if the masuline types and "studs" are expected to use strap on's. I have never liked the idea of using a fake penis to "fucq" somebody. Idk..I don't wanna "fucq" somebody. I don't have a penis and I feel like I don't for a reason. Lesbian intimacy can be fufilling enough without using a strap-on in my opinion. I've tried it, tbh, I couldn't get into it. No complaints received but it was missing the most important aspect which is being able to share the flesh to flesh contact.

I have friends who live and die by the "strap" and even wear them daily. They refer to themselves as "he", goes by different names, strapping breast down, don't like to be touched, hang with groups of guys, introduce themselves as men when they meet women ect...seriously.

These women all have one thing in common, the constant and straight faced referral of their strap-on's as "dics". At times it seems as if the strap on's are empowering to them for the sole purpose of being able to say they "fucqed" a woman in the same manner in which a man could.

I have no interest in doing what a "man can", I have no interest in strap-on's. You?
Wow

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Jan 31, 2013
I don't know what to say about this post.
Well

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Jan 31, 2013
I believe studs have gender-identity disorder and should be treated for it. They probably want a sex change but just can't afford it. Sad, confused souls. My heart goes out to them.
Amy

Evansville, IN

#4 Jan 31, 2013
LesbiHonest wrote:
Ok. Im not a fan of labels but I will say that I'm not very feminine and that ive always been a "tomboy". Lately, I feel as if the masuline types and "studs" are expected to use strap on's. I have never liked the idea of using a fake penis to "fucq" somebody. Idk..I don't wanna "fucq" somebody. I don't have a penis and I feel like I don't for a reason. Lesbian intimacy can be fufilling enough without using a strap-on in my opinion. I've tried it, tbh, I couldn't get into it. No complaints received but it was missing the most important aspect which is being able to share the flesh to flesh contact.
I have friends who live and die by the "strap" and even wear them daily. They refer to themselves as "he", goes by different names, strapping breast down, don't like to be touched, hang with groups of guys, introduce themselves as men when they meet women ect...seriously.
These women all have one thing in common, the constant and straight faced referral of their strap-on's as "dics". At times it seems as if the strap on's are empowering to them for the sole purpose of being able to say they "fucqed" a woman in the same manner in which a man could.
I have no interest in doing what a "man can", I have no interest in strap-on's. You?
Your friends are definitely on the trans* spectrum. My husband is FTM trans* and didn't know how to talk about it for a very long time. There is a local group in town, Gender Warriors, that could help them out! They're on Facebook and tumblr if your friends want to search for them, or let me know and I'll find a way to privately contact you.

Not all lesbians like strap-ons. Some do, some don't. Just like some men like it (or any other gender; there are wayyy more than 2!). Your sexual preferences are yours- so you just have to find someone compatible. I found my soulmate and stuck with him through transitioning and I love it.

So yeah, main point: everyone is different and likes different things. Talk to your partners and explain that you don't like them. Remember, compromising may have to happen on occasion, but it's usually worth it.

Good luck!
Kobain

Evansville, IN

#5 Feb 1, 2013
This thread reminds me of the Seether song, Plastic Man.
Uhhuh

Indianapolis, IN

#6 Feb 1, 2013
I know of many gay women who walk around all day with strap ons thinking they are men. They literally believe they dudes. But the LGBT community don't like to talk about that. The OP is correct about these women thinking they have penises.
Amy

Evansville, IN

#7 Feb 1, 2013
Uhhuh wrote:
I know of many gay women who walk around all day with strap ons thinking they are men. They literally believe they dudes. But the LGBT community don't like to talk about that. The OP is correct about these women thinking they have penises.
At that point, it's no longer a strap-on, it's a packer.

It's the "T" part of LGBT. And yes, there are a lot of transphobics in the LGBT community. It's sad and disappointing.

Gender Identity Disorder is a medical condition only; it was declassified as a mental condition a couple months ago.
BionicWoman

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Feb 1, 2013
OMG, I couldn't imagine a chick trying to use a strap-on with me. I think I'd freak out! Part of the best thing about being with a woman is feeling her soft skin against mine and not dealing with the feeling of my insides being stabbed.
Goober

Evansville, IN

#9 Feb 1, 2013
Amy wrote:
<quoted text>
At that point, it's no longer a strap-on, it's a packer.
It's the "T" part of LGBT. And yes, there are a lot of transphobics in the LGBT community. It's sad and disappointing.
Gender Identity Disorder is a medical condition only; it was declassified as a mental condition a couple months ago.
...and sick.
Amy

Duluth, GA

#10 Feb 2, 2013
Goober wrote:
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...and sick.
Obviously, you have never taken a developmental course. All human beings start out as females (that's why men have nipples). Things can go wrong and guess what? Born in a body that doesn't feel like yours- because genetics works out that way. 1 in 150 births are Intersex! It might not ever affect someone, or you may not know until puberty or trying to conceive.

It's not sick. There is nothing wrong with trans* people.
Answer

Indianapolis, IN

#11 Feb 2, 2013
LesbiHonest wrote:
Ok. Im not a fan of labels but I will say that I'm not very feminine and that ive always been a "tomboy". Lately, I feel as if the masuline types and "studs" are expected to use strap on's. I have never liked the idea of using a fake penis to "fucq" somebody. Idk..I don't wanna "fucq" somebody. I don't have a penis and I feel like I don't for a reason. Lesbian intimacy can be fufilling enough without using a strap-on in my opinion. I've tried it, tbh, I couldn't get into it. No complaints received but it was missing the most important aspect which is being able to share the flesh to flesh contact.
I have friends who live and die by the "strap" and even wear them daily. They refer to themselves as "he", goes by different names, strapping breast down, don't like to be touched, hang with groups of guys, introduce themselves as men when they meet women ect...seriously.
These women all have one thing in common, the constant and straight faced referral of their strap-on's as "dics". At times it seems as if the strap on's are empowering to them for the sole purpose of being able to say they "fucqed" a woman in the same manner in which a man could.
I have no interest in doing what a "man can", I have no interest in strap-on's. You?
Lesbians come in all shapes, sizes & appearances....a "stud" is a more masculine form of lesbian. a "stem" is supposedly a softer stud who still fems up occasionally.

TRANSGENDER stud:
...when a "stud" wears a strap-on outside of the actual act of having sex it generally means they identify with being a male which would classify them as being TRANSGENDER. They usually shy away from everything about their sexuality that is feminine. They hate having breast & vag because it identifies them as a female & 99% of the time they want to be addressed as being a male.

LESBIAN stud:
...being TRANSGENDER SHOULD NOT be confused with being a "stud" who simply enjoys using a strap every now and then in the sack. this does NOT mean they want to be a man in any shape, way or form. Studs are not the only form of lesbians to use a strap. i've heard of fems doing the same....

Whether you're a stud or not if strapping pleases your partner, then there should be nothing wrong with incorporating a toy in your sexual escapades. some women enjoy orgasms through penetration, some prefer clitoral stimulation only, some enjoy both.. to each their own.
truth

Evansville, IN

#12 Feb 2, 2013
this thread is disgusting
Tashana J

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Feb 2, 2013
Well wrote:
I believe studs have gender-identity disorder and should be treated for it. They probably want a sex change but just can't afford it. Sad, confused souls. My heart goes out to them.
Honestly, I thought it was somewhat of an identity crisis too. My friend that I grew up with is a stud. She talks like a guy in a deep voice, looks like guy, she told me that she wears a strap-on all the time and that she doesn't like to be touched down there. She is also trying to grow facial hair. I'm very confused as to why a female wants to be with another female that looks like a guy and uses a strap-on.
stellar1

Evansville, IN

#16 Feb 24, 2013
I'm transgendered, and in Native American belief those who are gender bending are considered supreme beings... Because they are unique and carry spirit of both masculinity and femininity -- essentially they are Alphas. Ppl will always fear what they don't understand and hate out of ignorance....tale as old as time.... I'm proud to be different not ashamed,.. There are millions of the same lame ppl out in the world... And I am sure not one! Holla!!!
Hmm

United States

#17 Feb 24, 2013
I'd try it if she was hot. I'm only attracted to girly girls tho
Queen

Chicago, IL

#18 May 26, 2013
Well wrote:
I believe studs have gender-identity disorder and should be treated for it. They probably want a sex change but just can't afford it. Sad, confused souls. My heart goes out to them.
Maybe you should be treated for you disorder. They just like to do what makes them happy.
You probably jag off every day....fregging butt-plug
What are they being medically treated for?
Just a dumb as response!
wtfreally

Evansville, IN

#19 May 27, 2013
Well I think it is sexy as hell for a girl to wear one and fuck the shit out a another hot chick..And as far as the one wearing it to look butch,no way, way hotter if she is sexy and very girly...To girly girls kissing and rubbing and teasing then fxxxing each other ....YUMMY.. But nothing against the butchy ones I love you all too,its all fun.So you shouldn't point that out because its all in what turns a person on,my only problem there aient enough fun girls around these days...Cant we all get along
Woop

Indianapolis, IN

#20 May 27, 2013
pixie dust

Indianapolis, IN

#21 May 27, 2013
Woop wrote:
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=e Zurix2Qa7o
i noticed that too about some of them studs that don't moan. i chopped it up to them TRYING to be manly, but that's why that shit whack. Also tranny's. dont judge me. They are still MEN, why? they don't even moan or enjoy sex like a woman. They still try and stifle their moans of desire and pleasure like a MAN. Plus they stroke game be so whack even while f**ing a chick. Eww yuck. I can't get into manly lesbuns. I don't think they are cute and i don't get turned on by that. If I was gay though I'd want a cute feminine woman type.
really

Princeton, IN

#22 May 27, 2013
There is a huge difference between transgender and being butch or stud. And I know femme or lipstick lesbians that will wear a strap now and then for fun. If you are with the same girl for 5 years, spice the sex up.

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