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What does "trap" mean in the TS community?

Discussion in 'Ask a Transgender Person' started by AdamHenry, Oct 1, 2014.

  1. AdamHenry

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    Excuse me for being a dumb ass, but what does the word "Trap" refers to regarding Transgendered individuals?

    Cheers,
    A.H.
     
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    A pre-op trans woman who is very feminine in appearance and surprises (traps) you in the bedroom when they undress.

    To trans women it is an offensive term like trans and heshe.
     
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    Cool, thanks for the info.
     
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    Cool, thanks for the info. It didn't seem like something nice to say, happy I asked before calling someone that.
     
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    I understand it is offensive, but that scenario to me sounds so hot lol
     
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    Hugs henry.
    Rod it is best left as a fantasy as it can lead to violence or even death fro a trans person.
     
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    I understand with the wrong person it could end up very poorly. Myself however there isn't the slightest chance of any of that unless the trans tries to attack me....
    Just because some people are violent and can't accept others for who they are doesn't mean everyone is like that.
     
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    Yes most people aren't like that but your life isn't worth the risk to do something so risky. It is also very rude to not disclose you are trans to a potential partner.
     
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    Well life is about enjoyment, you can't always be worried about risks. Yeah I'm just looking for a trans that would let me find out when they pulled out their dick, to me that would not be rude but sexy. Obviously it wouldn't please everyone, was just saying I would enjoy it.
     
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    I am just saying it is a good fantasy but not a good reality
     
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    i didnt know that some found "trans " offensive. we can all learn x
     
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    play it out with a sexy escort! don't know a one that would not gladly indulge that fantasy.
     
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    Why trap somebody just be real
     
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    seems like there are a lot of "offensive terms" when it comes to transgendered. to me, the word trans sounds way more feminine than "transgendered"
     
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    I definitely understand where to your coming from. the reason why trans, trans, ladyboi, heshe are all offensive is because they are used to market trans women in the adult industry and dehumanize them. What trans people are really fightin for is to not be viewed as a fetish and viewed as people. So using those terms are kinda a step in the wrong direction.

    Also any term that is being screamed at someone as an insult or right before they are attacked it is generally really insensitive to use it ( N word for black guys, F word for gay men, D word for lesibians, etc etc etc). People who are attacking or tryng to humiliate trans women dont scream " HEY YOUR TRANSGENDER WOMAN!" They scream " HEY YOU FUCKING trans". Plus the term trans is really used as an insult to other women " Omg Sarah look at that girl, she looks looks like a total trans" is used when a girl or guy is trying to bash a manly looking woman, or a woman with too much makeup on like a drag queen. So the term isnt really a term of endearment.

    We try to avoid using these and Preffer out of repect you call us Transgendered woman, Transexual woman, tgirl or trans Women. And what can sound more feminine then being called a woman or girl :p

    Anyways i hope that brought some light to the topic! Keep it real! :pP

    xox

    Savannah
     
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    Oh and the reasoning why trap is considered offensive is because people make trans women feel like they need to hide who they are because its something shameful. So calling a girl a trap is like saying " Oh don't tell anyone your a trans women right until the end" and we would rather be able to announce it proudly! We arent trying to trick, or confuse people, we are just trying to live our lives and be accepted as people! And with all you lovely trans attracted men out there, we don't need to trick anyone! We already have enough people who want us for who we are!! LOL
     
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    maybe just you in particularl
     
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    As an activist in the trans community I can definitely say that its not just me. lol. Not everything in the world revolves around being sexualized. LOL. But I guess you must be the leading expert in trans matter being a cis gendered man. lol.
     
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    A device, or rune in D&D that can adversely harm a party or party member, usually used to guard treasure, a building, or a room.
     
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    Huh?????
     
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    BAHAHAH! I love it!
     
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    Heh. Play D&D with a TG friend. Learned the "other" meaning a few months back, when I attempted to disarm a trap. She'd told me she wasn't wielding a weapon at the time. *eyeroll*
     
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