Broadening the (erotica) horizon
Charlotte, or Charlie as I called her, was the best thing that had ever happened to me. We met one night while I was out clubbing, getting over my third divorce, and we have been inseparable ever since. She was everything I wanted in a woman. When we first met she had been slightly overweight, nothing too drastic, but she had insisted on slimming down for me even though I didn't mind what she looked like. After all, my previous wives had all been – how should I say – curvaceous?
Her body was absolutely perfect. She was five feet, seven inches tall, had an incredible thirty-six C chest and an all-over tan. She had gorgeous brunette hair that draped around her shoulders, finishing halfway down her back. Her teeth sparkled when she smiled as she had never smoked or had any work done on them. Her eyes were a gorgeous green that always seemed to catch the light.
And so begins one of my e-books, Addicted to Charlie. From the opening description it sounds like any other male/female romance. A guy describing his perfect partner, the woman he loves. The way he describes every small perfection of Charlotte tells you just how much he is in love with her, however the description doesn't end there.
Oh, and I nearly forgot to mention that between her legs, where she should have had a neatly trimmed pussy, she had a magnificent eight inch cock. You see my Charlie was a transsexual, and if anybody had ever said I would have ended up in this kind of relationship I would have laughed.
Suddenly the male/female romance is no more and I have taken you into the world of transgender erotica. Now before you hurriedly, because I can guarantee some of you will, leave the page just think about it for a second. The beginning description has you wanting to know even more about this perfect woman, this woman that has captured the heart of our protagonist yet, as soon as you do, fear enters your mind - fear of the unknown.
But why? Why are people so afraid to believe that transsexual women, as well as men, have the same feelings as every body else and why shouldn't they, because after all they are human just like you and I. They just want to be healthy, happy and live a life just as you or I would, a life of dating, sex, love and, above all, happiness
I began to write trans romance because I got sick and tired of reading story after story of transsexuals being treated as nothing more than sex objects to be used and abused, just for the titillation of the reader and I wanted to show that transsexuals want exactly the sort of life everyone is ENTITLED to.
It is 2013 and all this hate, all this Transphobia, needs to end and if my writing gets just one person to see the real person from a positive point of view then I am doing exactly what I intend to do.
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