Shemales Answering the “What is a Shemale” Question

Shemales Answering

There’s no denying that many people can give an answer to the question “what is a shemale” and they would probably be right in their statements. We’re living in the modern age of technology, which means internet, which means everyone knows at least a little bit about everything.

However, wouldn’t you say that the best shemale definition and shemale meaning can be given by nobody other than actual shemales? We know we think that, which is why we’ve gathered actual comments of shemales talking about this phenomenon. Without further ado, here they are.

Miranda, 26

To me, a shemale is exactly what you think it would be – a person who looks like a woman but is a man as far as their nether region is considered. I’m not particularly fond of that word, but I don’t mind it either, since it’s so rarely used in public and belongs mostly on porn websites.

I’ve just recently become a shemale and I’m loving it. Originally, I planned to do a full transition from man to woman, but I’ve had a couple of sexual encounters once I reached a stage where I looked like a girl but still had a penis in my underpants and frankly, I enjoyed too much to give it up.

All of these encounters were with bisexual men, which means I had the opportunity to fully enjoy the benefits of my current gender state. I discovered that I liked both giving and receiving anal sex, so I think I’ll either stay this way for a little while longer or I’ll completely stop my transition.

Zoey, 34

First off, I don’t like being called a shemale. I know it’s not supposed to be an insult, but I still consider myself to be a woman, even though I have a penis between my legs.

Personally, I don’t feel like you need to have a vagina in order to be a woman. Being a woman is a state of mind rather than a state of body if you ask me, which is why I didn’t have any problems with the idea of having a penis but still looking like a woman in every other way.

I’ve been into men my whole life and I still am. I’ve also been a woman my whole life and I still am, the only difference between now and five years ago is that now I have a working penis. It doesn’t get in the way at all and most men have proven to me that they don’t have a problem if their chick has a d***.

In fact, 8 out of 10 men I’ve been with ever since I’ve had my surgery had absolutely no issue with my genitals. Some of them ignored the fact, others embraced it and only a small minority showed that they didn’t like what they had discovered.

In any case, a shemale is a non-existent thing in my book. You’re either a man or a woman in your heart and mind, so don’t let what you have in your pants determine who you are.

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