I think you’re aroused by their femininity, it’s not a homosexual desire at all.
Some girls have dicks, but they’re still girls.
This is such a brilliant response. Kudos to you, yourmotherscock.
Whatever you’d like to call them (transsexuals, ‘trannies,’ dickgirls, schlongdames, etc), girls that have dicks occupy a really interesting place in sexuality (as do the apparently far less common boys with pussies, such as the fucking awesome Buck Angel). You don’t need to have homosexual tendencies to appreciate them, although there’s no shame (ever) in not being heterosexual. Arousal by femininity is a massive part of the appeal.
While a lot of people would say that a statement like ‘I’m not homophobic’ would illustrate that the OP probably is homophobic, I don’t think it’s that simple. A lot of people assume they’re one thing and then, quite suddenly, are smacked in the face by the possibility that they might not be after all. That calls your sexuality into question and as society places a massive amount of stock (too much, in my opinion) in a person’s sexuality, it can be a threatening and surprising thing - especially for a guy as any hint of male homosexual attraction is incorrectly seen as being weak or flawed or unnatural - to suddenly find out you’re attracted to a sexy woman with a turgid cock.
It’s worth noting, too, that human sexuality is fluid and it’s not a polar state (straight or gay) and not even a tripartisan state (gay, bi, straight). It’s a scale. Possibly the easiest way to understand it is to look into the Kinsey Scale, in which 0 is entirely heterosexual, 6 is entirely homosexual and everything else in between is not entirely either.
Either way, Anon, if you’re not sure how you feel then you’re already several steps ahead of those people who will lash out at anything that makes them uncomfortable. So kudos to you for that.
How do you feel? You feel aroused, so enjoy that.
Reblogging this so that more people will see it! I always worry about this blog (http://yourmotherscock.tumblr.com) veering more to the objectifying side and away from celebrating these beautiful people.