As I stated earlier, my new spy thriller “KissZZZzzz” explores the way for the transgender woman. It is a book full of excitement and deep feelings.
My first article of the straight man and the transgender woman covered the subject of the sense of smell in the male animal. It is a fact that a male needs to smell the woman to want to breed her. Because no matter what you call having sex: ‘making love,’ ‘having sex,’ or ‘having a baby,’ the fact remains that no matter what polish you put upon us, we continue to belong to the animal specie. Therefore, we have many of the characteristics that make us animals. The male does not have sex simply for enjoyment. The male animal does not have sex period. The male animal breeds instinctively every time he mounts a female. Under certain circumstances, give him any willing female, and he will breed her. I feel that the male animal subconsciously and instinctively is breeding a woman every time he has sex. It does not matter whether he uses protection or not. In another level, subconsciously, the male smells a woman and he wants to breed her. That is the order of things in nature. That is what he was dna – ed for. Why is it that males go after females who have outstanding female characteristics, such as full breasts, round hips, and a particular scent?
I had many male friends and beaux but I liked them as friends. Then I met my husband. We hit it off right away. I particularly remember loving his scent. I do not know why. I simply knew I loved to smell him. I used to tell him that I could carry his scent in a bottle around my neck and smell it forever. To this day, it is the same. I feel that blindfolded, I could identify my husband from a group of men without any trouble through his scent. Now, I know why. It was my femaleness responding to his male scent. From the start, it was a very hot need for both of us to be together. We had to be together.
I feel the male has to smell a female, and she has to recognize his scent. I feel it has nothing to do with wanting a person as the romance novels say. It is recognizing the male scent and the female being ready to breed. Even if breeding does not take place, subconsciously and instinctively, the pair of ‘animals’ are symbolically doing what they were made for, breeding. Just as you see a young puppy emulating breeding motions, the ‘pair of human animals’ are symbolically breeding every time they have sex. I feel that is of number one importance. If men and women are not mated, they go to places where males and females hang around. Animals in the wild look for partners to breed with.
In the movie “Quest for Fire,” there is a scene where the caveman, who reached an Asian-looking tribe, is held prisoner in a hut. Two very obese women come in. In that culture, only obese women were bred. First one of the women lies down on her back. He sniffs in her general direction, but he is not interested. He does the same with the second woman. Finally, one of the women positions herself on her hands and knees. The caveman sniffs her. Very perfunctory and instinctively, he approaches her, sniffs her and breeds her. There was no love, no lust, no passion in the breeding act. He was just doing his job. The whole thing had to do with the smelling and the positioning of the female in the position he was accustomed to seeing the females adopt. If a male had come and dropped on his hands and knees, the caveman would have sniffed him and not given him a second look. But the women were there to be bred. He could smell that they were females in season ready to be bred, so he bred them.
Does the transgender woman smell like a woman or does she still smell like a male after the re-assignment surgery? I don’t know. That is something to discuss with the doctors who do the re-assignment surgery to change a male genitalia into a female genitalia. Does a transgender woman smell like a man or a woman? I doubt they smell like a woman even after they have had the re-assignment surgery. A male has a particular scent all his own. If the transgender woman does smell like women after the surgery, then doctors who specialize in the field should educate us. If a transgender woman does not smell like a woman, what can those doctors do to get them to smell like a woman, and it is not perfume. This smell goes beyond superficial things.
The second thing that has been debated since the publishing of my book “KissZZZzzz” concerning transgender women is ‘breeding.’ I feel the male animal is subconsciously and instinctively always looking for a breedable female. Males are looking for the female scent in a woman to breed. They think they are looking for fun sex. No matter what men and women today call it, the male is instinctually looking for a female to breed. Not a female to have sex with. He is looking subconsciously for a woman to breed. The male is constantly preoccupied with sex: talking about sex, looking around at the women in their vicinity with sexual interest, talking with other males about the possibility of having sex with a woman, talking about women’s secondary sexual characteristics: how big the breasts are, the hips, legs, lips. It does not matter if people call it lust or love, the male is looking for a female to breed. The male can have sex with a transgender woman, but is the animal in him looking for sex or for a female to breed? Does the male animal through smell notice the difference between a natural female and a transgender woman? Is it possible the male smells, but he does not smell a woman, and he does not sense that he is before a female he can breed?
The transgender female lacks two things: the smell of a woman and the ‘real’ breeding vehicle. I wonder if subconsciously and instinctively the male animal knows that a person who looks like a woman, who has a female’s genitalia, is not a breedable female? Is that why straight men do not give the transgender women a chance? Will the female genitalia do it for the transgender woman or will the male animal always be searching for the real breeding vehicle in a female? Does a male’s breeding self become confused with the transgender woman? Does the male animal know which females can be bred and which cannot? Even if a transgender woman has female genitalia, I wonder if the male animal smells for the female or subconsciously and instinctively knows that regardless of the female apparatus that that transgender woman has, she is not a breeding animal of its specie; therefore, she is not breedable, and he ignores her.
In a movie entitled “Species,” The story dealt with an alien woman who was looking to reproduce herself with earthlings. The scientists searching for her discovered that she did not mate with males who had physical problems. She killed one man and did not reproduce with him because she sensed or smelled that he was a diabetic. She would only mate with males in perfect physical condition. If male cannot breed the woman, then the programmed animal in the male looks elsewhere for a female of its specie that he can breed. The fact is that many women whether they want it or not, start out to have fun sex and end up pregnant because the male is always instinctively looking to breed the female.
Perhaps a doctor who specializes in re-assignment surgery will educate us on these two subjects I have discussed and that have been debated, or perhaps through our debates and questions we have enlightened transgender women and given them ideas to pursue. Maybe by discussing these issues we have opened the way for a transgender woman to find a way to a man’s heart and hearth.
In “KissZZZzzz,” my spy thriller, I gave the transgender woman an opportunity to explore womanhood, and it is up to you the reader to come to a conclusion whether she succeeded or not.
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