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What is a Tranny?: Asks a Wife Who Just Found Her Husband Out

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Imagine a situation, you are out with your girlfriends, on a girls night out, and because you rarely go out, you get too tipsy and have to call it a night and go home early, Added bonus, kids are asleep, and you have enough time to get frisky with your husband and take advantage of the buzz all this white wine has given you. But to your surprise when you sneak upstairs and decide to sneak into bed with him, instead you find him posing in front of the mirror, dressed in your skimpy lingerie and thigh high stockings, in a pair of bright red stilettos that you’re sure are not yours. Imagine the shock! Instead of freaking out you just simply ask your husband, what is he doing, and his response: I’m a tranny. What is a tranny you scream!

That situation has probably happened in thousands of homes because there are many men who were too scared to explore their sexuality or admit to themselves that they had some transvestite tendencies. Many men who are trannies are afraid of the what the world will say, but also they might associate the term with homosexuality. Lots of these men are not gay, they love their wives and girlfriends and are sexually attracted to women. They simply want to explore what their feminine side offers them, and the feminine side of their psyche. Instead of being allowed to do that, mainstream masculinity doesn’t allow for that exploration without being ridiculed or marginalized. So it makes sense that many married men, explore their tranny feelings and identities in secret, when their wives are out and where no one can criticize them.

The tranny questions and answers outside of asking the obvious: what is a tranny, remain. How can a heterosexual man be a tranny without being ostracized from friends and family? Why is being a tranny so threatening to people, and why can’t a man wear a woman’s clothes and still not be considered a man? Is the definition of masculinity so tight and inflexible that simply by wearing clothing that slightly differs from one gender to the other, can put one’s whole sexual identity into turmoil?

This are very important questions to ask and consider, since so many lives have been put through the fire due to the lack of social understanding of what a tranny is and what cross-dressing entails. There are other fetishes and sexual fancies that don’t put one’s sexuality at risk. Women wear men’s clothing many times, or dress more masculine, but yet they are not considered trannies or cross-dressers. Why does femininity and the female gender gets to play with markers of masculinity and men don’t?

Going back to the opening situation, there are many wives who would not understand the fascination their husbands have with cross-dressing, and maybe they would feel threatened or insulted. Some marriages and relationships break up over that, simply due to the lack of understanding and perspective, that not all trannies are gay, and not all cross-dressers want to become women, like transsexuals. The more society talks about the tranny love and the more diverse answers we get, the more likely that trannies everywhere will be more accepted and encouraged to be their true selves, without the fear of retribution hanging over their heads.

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