A London Transsexual Escort 238.

Without divulging all the words, phrases and opening lines used, that flag up the occasional time-waster, otherwise known as a ‘Tyre kicker,’ calling to make an appointment for which they’ve no intention of honouring, I’ll indulge you in one of the classics.
‘Erm…and can I just check, are you OK with big cocks, I’m 9 inches and people find it difficult because I’m so big,’ ho-hum. My polite response is, 'Well...we'll just have to see what we can do,' which is probably not the response they'd hoped to elicit.
It’s never 8 inches, 10 inches, or 12 inches, it’s always the magical 9; don’t ask me why but there you have it, the preferred cock size of a fantasist. Yes, they do exist, 9-inch cocks I mean, I’ve seen few in my time, but it’s never usually mentioned when making a genuine appointment.
What’s in the water…it seems the world has gone ‘Transsexual/Transgender’ mad! Not a day goes by, that it’s not mentioned in the press, on the telly or the BBC news website. Of course, it’s great news for equality and now that being Gay is mostly accepted as the norm in modern society, to be Trans remains our last taboo.
Of course, they'll always be those who jump on the bandwagon because it’s the latest trend, ‘on trend’ it most certainly is. I'd like to think, when all the noise is over and gender fashion has moved on, that Trans people too, will be seen as normal, which most of us are, just plain old getting on with it normal folk.
I don’t look in the mirror every morning and see a Trans person, I simply see someone looking back at themselves; a good friend encouraged me to see beyond that, thank you, you know who you are. Nor do I feel an evangelistic urge to tap complete strangers on the shoulder and say, ‘Hey, I just thought you might like to know, I’m Transgendered,’ why would I, I’m just trying to get on with my life. 
However, some feel the need and are called to be more vocal, not because it’s fashionable, or for their 15 minutes of fame, but to be a clarion call for those less bold, insecure and shy ones; there's room for us all, the more the merrier.
It was all very different just 25 years ago when I started out, now no dinner-party or political party is worth its salt without a Trans person at the table. I believe we've genuinely moved on, education teaches us both tolerance and acceptance. Unfortunately, whatever race, colour, creed or gender, we'll always have the ignorant with us (Trump anyone?), women's continued inequality in the 21st Century, really...unbelievable!
To be gender fluid is much more acceptable too, Pop culture has played a large part here although, in the present white heat of debate, variants are being banded about like fashion brands; I don’t care for labels myself, but if it helps someone identify themselves then... 

A friend said to me recently, that I wasn't really Trans at all, but that I was 'Non-binary,’ I don't know, whatever...I shan’t be losing sleep over it, I’ll leave that for others to work out.
That by the way, is the Transgender flag, nope, never knew it myself either; it has a very 50's kinda look to it don't you think?

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