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  • Female, obviously.

    24 35.29%
  • Male in disguise.

    4 5.88%
  • Both.

    5 7.35%
  • Neither.

    5 7.35%
  • Who cares?

    22 32.35%
  • Lady Who? Gag?

    8 11.76%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soar337 View Post


    A tampon string. How much more evidence do people need?!

    This is a little nasty, but I had a gay friend tell me that he knows bottoms who have receptive anal sex so much that they actually use tampons in their asses to prevent fecal leakage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    This is a little nasty, but I had a gay friend tell me that he knows bottoms who have receptive anal sex so much that they actually use tampons in their asses to prevent fecal leakage.
    Yeah, I heard that too. Prolapsed rectums rock!
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    OK, to all of you cold-hearted haters,

    Y SO SERIOUS?

    Really, it's just a thread. I'm partially being for real, partially joking.

    Have a little fun sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    This is a little nasty, but I had a gay friend tell me that he knows bottoms who have receptive anal sex so much that they actually use tampons in their asses to prevent fecal leakage.
    Which is why gay men should sometimes not have anal sex
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soar337 View Post
    A tampon string. How much more evidence do people need?!
    C'mon now, a string in the panties does not a vagina make.

    Either way, I think this 'chick' doesn't mind the attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Yeah, I am a bit of a prude in that regard.
    close contact doesn't have to be sexual. to be honest i thought you were gay and all of the gay men i know can spot a transsexual without removing clothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    close contact doesn't have to be sexual. to be honest i thought you were gay and all of the gay men i know can spot a transsexual without removing clothing.
    Why would you think that? About 1/3rd of my posts on here are something along the lines of "Why do only crazy girls like me?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    I looked up the tampon thing, she just had the string outside her bottoms. A male could do that too, and most females don't have that problem by her age.
    Does the tampon string magically stay put once you hit a certain age?

    She's constantly moving and dancing around. Costume changes happen very quickly. The string getting shifted over is unfortunately an easy thing to miss in her position.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    The only difference in that before and after picture is hair and makeup (and the fact that the left image is very grainy and it's difficult to see details). Her facial structure is the same in both. In the first picture she's wearing very heavy makeup that gives her a drag queen look, in the other it's more natural and muted which gives her a more young and feminine appearance. Not to mention that her hair is a choppy mess in the first pic. Never underestimate the effect of wigs and makeup.

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    i don't know folks. i'm not convinced.

    anyone who's got to draw attention to their sex in their reference protocol is probably trying to cover something up.

    the question we must as ourselves is whether or not she has official lordship over anything. that is to ask; is she the lady of any one thing.
    to my knowledge, she does not possess this quality, given that "gaga" isn't a something, making lordship over the fake noun prohibitively impossible.

    the excessive and inappropriate use of the prefix points us to the conclusion that her sex is only a masquerade.

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    And that she had a nose job. That pictures been around a while.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pettycure View Post
    Does the tampon string magically stay put once you hit a certain age?

    She's constantly moving and dancing around. Costume changes happen very quickly. The string getting shifted over is unfortunately an easy thing to miss in her position.



    The only difference in that before and after picture is hair and makeup (and the fact that the left image is very grainy and it's difficult to see details). Her facial structure is the same in both. In the first picture she's wearing very heavy makeup that gives her a drag queen look, in the other it's more natural and muted which gives her a more young and feminine appearance. Not to mention that her hair is a choppy mess in the first pic. Never underestimate the effect of wigs and makeup.
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