What is Pansexual Sodomy?
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It hit me that now that I’ve relocated these notes in a new domain I should reestablish the terms and framework.
I reject the conventional binary notions of gender.
Physiology: people are born outside the norms: the intersexual persons. People construct their bodies outside the conventions: pre-operative transsexuals, self-made hermaphrodites.
External appearance: people find fulfillment and pleasure in dressing against their genetic birth gender. There are gay, bisexual and heterosexual crossdressers. Their clothing has varying levels of importance in their lives. For some it is essential: it embodies everything they need for a sense of appropriateness and satisfaction. Others treat it as a happy grace that adds happiness.
Psychology: males and females feel a part or all of themselves is of the gender of which they weren’t born. They create their own individual labels.
All live and define themselves in myriad ways.
The great majority defines themselves and those they desire in a sadly shallow, simply on and off condition: male or female. No blurring or interpenetration of gender color and style.
For me each individual definition is equally worth of love, adoration, tenderness and rich is the purely physical pleasures.
I can enjoy a broad spectrum of gender expression. But for me the ambiguously gendered to tease and defy the norms are so special I can’t fine adequate words to express how glad I am that they are alive.
Not that I despise the monosexual. But I’m glad I’m not you.
The flashes of color, the distinctive voices, the individuality of gender expression. I’m forever grateful they are alive.
Discovering my same-sex affectional orientation was a revelation that kicked me out of a mindset that might have left me a defeated small-town boy.
And it was the despised drama queens with their fluttering wrists, arch mannerisms that tricked me out of erotic ignorance and into a life where unique beauties of gender, person and personality would leave me so very happy to be alive.
You know what I mean?