That's actually just sad...
It was meant to be. It's probably a way more realistic reaction than I usually use. I think any trans girl can tell you how difficult it is to find someone who truly doesn't care what's between her legs. Often, it's either like depicted in the caption, where the man can't get past the dick, or it's a fetish. At least with the first, it's honest. With the second, it's really hard to tell until you're really invested.
I know... I mean, I am a trans girl. Things are pretty sad IRL indeed. I wasn't critizing, was just pointing it out. Really good idea doing this. PS.: Sorry about the poor english, I'm brazilian
I didn't really take it as criticism, just furthering the discussion. On the rare occasions when I write captions like this, I kind of want them to spark conversation. Or at least thought. It seems like it's done both.
I got the impression that this is a bit of a "rebound" cap regarding the "nasty" feminised father cap you recently posted.A thoughtful cap, sad, and very well written.
I think it's important to show the other side from time to time. Anybody who says they can't understand Tom's reaction doesn't understand human sexuality. It's not his fault he's not into girls with dicks. It's a preference, just like any other, and is his right.A more cynical (and maybe a bit more realistic) reaction would be if Tom beat the shit out Alex for trying to "turn him gay".
Sad but true. I haven't transitioned yet, but one of my big fears in doing so is whether I'd find someone that I'd be attracted to, who would accept me and love me. I'd also probably be in Alex's position as I wouldn't necessarily plan on bottom surgery. *sigh*
It's not all depressing, though. There are lots of trans girls out there who've found someone to share their lives with. I'm just saying that expecting a straight guy to see a dick, and say "Eh - I'm cool with that" is a bit naïve. At best, it'll take some adjustment on his part (which can and does happen).