I have a heart that can love: A transwoman


Rukshana Kapali/Pahichan

Maybe not what society expects…
Not what they say an ideal woman…
Not what your friends would say, “Woo, your girl is fabulous, you’re lucky”.
Not what you can say, “Hey fellas, she is my girl”
Not what your parents’ would say, “Found the lady who can take care of my son for rest of his life”.

Maybe we are seterotyped. We are always made to feel that we are inferior, we are worthless girlfriends or un-ideal wife, and just the ones whose ass will be fucked by those who say they admire us. There is a  pervasive idea that trans women are always prostitutes or over-sexual.  What more depressive and degrading feeling, when you realize that there are a lots and lots of men who are attracted to you, but among them very few men, just like once in a blue moon, exists who will love you? Just most of them view you in a sexualized way. The pain that they objectify us and over-sexualize us. And the bitterness even if they’re in a true relationship with you, they will not be able to be proudly accepting you in public. There is a disgusting culture of men who are attracted to transwomen.

But I have a heart that can feel 😋 I have a heart that can love. I have a heart that can care 😋😋 Just like other women. I feel no difference…

#Transwomen
#FeelingsOfTranswomen

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