If for no other reason than to help her relax, be prepared to do so.
She does not want to ruin the mood by having to argue with you about it, and she 1.
There are lots of monogamous gay guys, lots of monogamous bi guys and lots of monogamous straight guys.
Whether someone is monogamous has less to do with sexual orientation than the nature of the individual you're involved with.
I have solicited comment from many on the various aspects of sex with the transsexual woman, and of course have drawn from my own experience as well.
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This is one of the minefields mentioned in the opening paragraph. If you plan to insert your fingers, use an actual sexual lubricant.
If she's pre-op or non-op and this is your first time playing around with her, it's best to not give any attention to her penis. K-Y Jelly is a well-known product available in most grocery and drug stores.
This is usually defined as serious foreplay: Stroking her breasts, butt, genital area, and so on. Stroking her vaginal lips won't release lubricating fluids as with a genetic female, but you can always apply some saliva your fingers to make them slide wetly along the plane of that pussy. In most cases, as with genetic females, it's an extremely sensitive spot.I'm not going to discuss how to initially seduce a TS or entice one into having sex. Women want to be "taken," they usually aren't the ones to initiate sex by pulling their men into the bedroom.We're making the assumption that both have already decided to yank off their clothes while dashing madly to the bedroom. There's plenty of anecdotal evidence to support this notion.Check out the covers of romance novels in any bookstore, for example.Look into a woman's eyes -- notice how they draw you in? If she's never put her mouth on a man's organ before, she's no doubt wondering what that will feel and taste like, whether she will gag (or worse), and she's hoping that you're very clean.