What's the term you call someone whose sexually attracted to feminine women, transwomen, and feminine males?
But isn't attracted to masculine women, transmen or masculine men?
Hey y'all, so I'm not sure if this topic is even appropriate for this community, but I am hoping its not too far off topic for folks. I'm curious about any experiences people have with the various antidepressants they are on or have been on in regards to their sexual side effects. I was on an SSRI (zoloft) for awhile, and while it worked amazingly for a lot of the symptoms I was hoping to treat, it pretty much killed sex for me. Not being able to orgasm with a partner is a bigger deal than people make it out to be, I think. (well, some people, anyway)
Anyway, so I have switched to wellbutrin because it doesn't have the same effect on my sex life. Its ok. But I'm curious if others out there have found other treatments that are easy on the ol' libido.
I have slept with a lot of people, both men and women. So has my partner.
I always made sure to ask the person that I was with if they were STI/STD free, but always used condoms anyway.
I got tested on a regular basis and the etcetera.
Before my partner and I slept together, he wanted everything on paper. So we went together to get tested and basically said, "here ya go."
On to the questions! (lots):
For those of you who do or have engaged in casual sex, do you (or did you) ask the other person's status?
Before or after?
Did it feel awkward for you?
If they said, "I am STI/D free", did you trust them?
Does this statement make a difference either way?
I mean, it makes a difference if they say, "I have something", but just about anyone can say, "No, I do not have something."
Have you ever required 'everything on paper' before sleeping with someone?
How did they react to this?
So I went and had my Essure Consultation v.2.0 today. He wanted to make sure that we both (him and I) understood and were okay with the idea that I could change my mind. Lots of things happen in life and my philosophies could change, just so that I'm okay with that. There is no turning back. Oh yes, doc, I'm QUITE sure. And if I do change my mind? I'll consider adoption or fostering so that I can help out existing people rather than create more.
He's never done it on a 23 year old before, and never on a nulliparous woman. Oooooh goodie, I get to be his guinea pig! I have no qualms about that. And hey if you can't get it in there, sure go ahead and stick a paraguard in there (even though I really don't like the idea of IUDs). But you'd better try your damnedest to get it right the first time.
Sooooo I came away with consent forms, and prescriptions for the cervix-softening pills and Valium. He said that he doesn't usually use the cervix softening stuff, but since I haven't had kids then it might be a good idea (I actually brought it up before he did!). Ladies and gents, we could be looking at an IN-ZARKING-OFFICE procedure as soon as March 9th!
He asked me if I'd talked about it with anyone else before, and I told him about the previous consultation. Just as I suspected, he seemed genuinely shocked that Dr. A-hole refused to do it on me without being put under, and definitely raised his eyebrows when I mentioned the women supposedly screaming in pain. He seemed a lot more confident in his abilities than the other guy.
Woop woop! *cheers*
Would a mole on your partner's nipple bother you, intrigue you, some other feeling? Just a flat, brown spot really...not like a big hairy witch mole. And just because it may come up, it's totally harmless and non-cancerous according to the derm.