Thursday, May 31, 2007

Transexuals / Tarph

Please do forgive me transexuals or Tarph as they are called here in the persian gulf. My question is to those who like to sleep with transexuals, if you partner is acting and dressing like the opposite sex then why would you go for the act a like instead of going to the real thing?

Here in the gulf there are a lot of tarph and married men here love them. Actually in the arab world tarph are gays; a man who act like a woman is gay and the top is a macho man.

Transexual means a person who strongly identifies with the opposite sex and may seek to live as a member of this sex especially by undergoing surgery and hormone therapy to obtain the necessary physical appearance. I got a friend of mine here who is a tarpha; tarpha is singular of tarph, he deosn't accept his partner to touch his penis cuz that makes his partner less of man. I told myself that's only him then one day he told me about other tarph he knows and they feel the same way. Then, is it high percentage of tarph feel their macho men partners less of men if they touch their penises and what if their macho men partners ask them to stimulate their anus would that make them tarph as my friend Ash put it?.

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

I don't know!

Earlier today, I had a chat with a pal , he asked why do we look for relationships on the net.

I took it as he was asking me, so it's my right to defend myself, RIGHT?! I said well, you see some of us -some of us usually means me & I & myself- consider relations online fantasy, it's like having an image of a relationship without the commitment responsibilities.

The difference between a fantacy and dream is fantacy will never come true, so the question is why do we fantasize a relationship?

A lot of us have sex with complete strangers hoping the sex will lead to a relationship. And lots of us go into a relationship and fall in love after exotic sexual adventures even though they don't know their partners last name. A general look at the profiles on the date sites, you NOTICE the majority's list of what they are looking for in their partnes things like good looking, well endowed, knows what he wants, romantic and bla bla bla. And the main important thing is the feeling, how do you feel with him and how does he make you feel which are THINGS you can't get online.

So, do we really want a relationship or is it we are getting more comfortable of having multiple sexual relations?

(It seems that from what we have faced throughout the internet we came
to realize the multiple sexual encounters with strangers are far less
heart breaking than being with someone who might betray us later on)
This comment from Agenda7amra http:/


I should point out this post I copied from my other blog Findingmyself which I can't post on for the time being for reasons I don't know why.

I guess I should introduce myself. I can start by my name is Ali, of Sudanese origin. I live in the gulf, work as electronic engineer.

Whenever I check a blog I start by reading the blogger's profile. I seriously have no idea why I do it, that's a big fat lie, hahahahah. I want to check 3 things mainly, sex, age, and sexual orientation, and recently nationality. I know it sounds unfair to judge others by their sexual gender or age or sexual orientation or even nationality.

Can we elaborate a bit on these, please. For example if someone has a problem with their partners and they tell you that's the end of their lives and whatever then you check their age and they are teenagers, so in your comment you can tell them we'd all been there and life does go on and just move on, lots of whatever on the sea, till you wake up one day and you find no whatever on the sea, anyway that depends on your luck.

Why would I care about the sexual gender of the blogger, in certain kind of writings I need to know the sex of the blogger because I think generally speaking the 2 sexes have different prospectives of feelings especially, I got that conclusion from watching Sex and the City.Being gay, I think I can more understand or relate to a gay man prospective on gay issues than from lesbian prospective.I think the point of nationality is a point of culture here. Different cultures have different prospectives on different issues. You could know more about the others' cultures but still you do live in your culture.