>>8715098>Have you talked to any medical professional who told you that?
No AGP desires or fantasies
I like men
I qualify. When transitioning my psych just asked once about if I had some kind of fetishes, I said, no, and that was enough to him, he knew me pretty well from all the interviews and never worked on more on the subject. I know he's worked on fetishes with some transbians I've met later, mostly to see the extent of the power of those fetishes. If he never asked me back about it, I get that as a signal that a proffessional accepts me.
Why such a stupid quesiton?>Do you think women have been turned on at some point in their lives by feminine stuff or fulfilling a feminine role?
This is not the same as putting on lingerie in front of a mirror and basturbating ot it on a regular basis. Women don't masturbate to themselves in lingerie.>Do you think that boys who want to do feminine things but know that they're not supposed to would become ashamed of that and thus fetishize their desire?
AGP is not exactly a fetish, it doesn't respond to the patterns of a fetish. Of course, it has an obvious erotic component, but is far more profound and complex, than, let's say, a fetish for exhibitionism. AGP is a different thing, not just a fetish.
I don't know what toanswer to your question, but there are my 2 cent.>Perhaps you only have anecdotal evidence that trans people have to lie about their experiences?
It may change with the local culture. Many trans I've met over the internet are a bit more open than those in my area, who seem stuck in the blanchardian times or in an even more primitive era.
Anyways, the "faking a narrative" shit exists, and I'm tired of seeing it everywhere in HSTS (and in older AGP too, younger ones are more open about it). Anyways, the "traditional narrative" which is something less than 1% of transexual women have experienced, has its roots in the gatekeeping era, and is used as an instrument of discrimination and oppresion