Originally Posted by Ineeda SM
The term "Cut off her cock" was just a figure of speech. I know how the SRS process works. NO they can not cum. Some of the ball sack skin is used to form a vagina, and it still contains the same nerve endings. This makes the touch, sensitive and can arouse the woman. But there are no longer any testicles. Without testis, there is no cum or orgasm. Only a little arousal from touch. Period.
Danielle can not reverse the SRS. She is this way forever. Her new look with a vagina will make money for her. Why would she complain and turn away business and fans. Of course she will never say she is unhappy with her changes.
Oh dear, we have a good one here. I don't know where you learned your human biology--behind the school bike shed? Because you really are an ignorant man.
I have demonstrated elsewhere on this board in recent days, that 95% of the fluid in male ejaculate does not come from the testes but from the prostate and the seminal vesicles. Go and look for the post yourself, it's fully referenced. Furthermore, men who have had orchiectomies due to cancer can cum, though they may need to relearn the procedure, and transsexual women who have had the same op report they can cum too (though they may not be able to get hard.) Therefore your statement that without testes (testis is singular) there is no orgasm, is incorrect.
However, to forestall you, in SRS the situation is slightly different, but nevertheless; "follow-ups indicate that a majority of early-transitioning TS's are orgasmic postop" (source: Lynn Conway, http://ai.eecs.umich.edu/people/conway/TS/Warning.html
) Note: Lynn Conway is a post operative woman herself, and this page is not about encouraging women to have SRS but warning them of the dangers. In fact there are a significant number of late-transitioning women who cannot orgasm after surgery; however this is certainly not always the case and most report satisfaction with their sex lives even without. The male orgasm is not at all like the female one and it can take time to learn.
Note the following:"Orgasm
after SRS is also a function of the SRS surgeon's skill, and especially of the individual's body to heal.
Much of the surgery involves healing of areas with significant nerves and nerve endings...
Modern SRS techniques have significantly reduced the length of time for return of sensations in the genital area.
Historically, time for genital sensations to return, averaged 6-12 months.
Today, some girls have sensations almost immediately after SRS.
Others still have a recovery time period, until sensations return.
And obviously, it takes the ability of sensations in the genital area in order to have genital/based orgasm
s." (Source Dianna, at http://www.myevanesce.com/forum/topic_show.pl?tid=1921
Doesn't sound to me like a complete absence of orgasm, "period", does it, now? What it sounds like is that there are many factors, including the skill of the surgeon, which admittedly is very varied, and the quality of post-operative care and counselling.
To recap: what is important is sensation in the erogenous zones, and learning how to use these to develop an orgasm.
Kindly note this: "About 75 percent of all women never reach orgasm from intercourse alone -- that is without the extra help of sex toys, hands or tongue. And 10 to 15 percent never climax under any circumstances." (source: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Reprodu...9#.Ty-ficgiCWQ
Sounds like post-op TS women experience a similar range of difficulty or ease of orgasm as natal woman, wouldn't you say? And, is that not what I said in my first response to your misleading statement? Hmmm? Why would we expect it to be different for post-operative women?
Furthermore, it takes a man to think that sexual satisfaction is based entirely in the ability to orgasm, or indeed that this ability is the key to overall happiness. It is not like that for women, either natal or post-op; orgasm is important for them, yes, but many other things are equally so, and it takes all of them to satisfy a woman. But you really don't know very much about women, do you?
As for your second statement, inferring that Miss Foxx is lying abut her contentment with SRS, why should she say she is unhappy, if she is happy, as she has repeatedly said she is? What right do you, a self-centred, self-obsessed, egotistical cockhound have to suggest in this manner that she is being dishonest?
I'll tell you. Like all cockhounds, all you see is a penis, with tits attached so you can pander to your self-delusions. The one thing you cannot abide is the thought that the objects (and for you they really are objects, aren't they?) of your lust would ever want to not have a penis, for where would that leave you? The one thing you desire above all else being rejected by the person possessing it--meaning that you, and your lust that you disguise as 'respect' are being treated with the absolute contempt that you so richly deserve. All your praise, desire, lust, the masturbatory juices you spend over a girl's image or the time you spend hungrily worshipping her cock--these are worthless to her, just as you are. This is an outrage to you and you use every trick, every lie, every opportunity to misinform, to discourage anyone from doing that which you most fear, even when it is the key to their own happiness, for in that one act is the total, absolute and complete rejection of you and everything you desire and stand for.
But then, other people's happiness doesn't matter a fuck to you as long as you have a cock to suck, does it?