Gender “Play” or Gender-Bending as Part of Femdom

Gender “Play” or Gender-Bending as Part of Femdom

The first rule of this is that, like most features and dynamics of kink and BDSM, what comes of it is between the people in it. So YMMV for sure.

But there are some common factors:

1)

They may or may not be someone who is confused or someone who is non-binary and want to explore their feminine states. So they seek out a dominant who will help this process. They set goals and boundaries and work together to find the person’s place in the world as a woman.

  • b) they may or may not have a sexual relationship
  • c) they may or may not be “forced” or humiliated into it.
  • d) they may or may not be public or in groups of people who engage in this and support each other.
  • e) they may or may not make money as a show “gurl”.
  • f) they may or may not go to extremes like surgery.

2)

They vary how they interact with their dominant and/or their world as a:

3)

  • a) They may be a sensualist who loves fabrics and female bits and bobs like makeup and nylons, lingeries and jewelry.
  • b) They may be a performance artist who has female characters they want to portray. And they want a woman to teach them the how-to. (wear makeup, walk, talk, dance, flirt….)
  • c) or they may want to be shamed for being a man, for being a misogynist

4)

  • a) they may or may not want to explore bisexual or homosexual behaviour.
  • b) they may or may not want to be shamed for being hetero or being curious about sex with men.
  • c) they may or may not have small penises.

5)

they may or may not engage in chastity, cuckoldry, or castration (fantasy or otherwise)
and it may be self-directed, with the dominant female as more of a guide or a support than a harsh mistress who commands them.

I think I caught the most significant variations? But like any other kink or role. there are real people driving, and some of them have issues that are well beyond “play” and might impact what choices they make. But it shouldn’t tar the whole group.
#notallgenderplay is based on bigotry or misandry.

So yes, someone who wanted help with transitioning, or getting comfortable when driving their new “look” could find someone who helps them pull it together. And be quite happy with how they turn out. So it doesn’t exclude transgender people, but it isn’t specifically for their needs either.

So communicate, know yourself, and what your goals are and set the boundaries with anyone involved, and you can have a LOT of fun.

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