Ladyboys at Babe Central

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Originally posted 2023-08-10 20:21:34.

There is nothing remarkable about meeting ladyboys here. Sex is on the agenda and ladyboys live for sex.

The area we live, in Balibago, is not a red-light zone; it’s a quiet – well except for the videoke ‘occasions’ – middle-class residential neighbourhood. Most people work outside the sex business, either locally or uptown in Angeles City. There are a few bar-girls who rent houses in the area but they don’t bring it home; that’s not the Filipino way. Here, they’re just ordinary girls with jobs, no matter what the demands of their professional lives might be. On their days off, they sit out in their yards, drink beers and chat with friends, just like women all over the Philippines.

Remember, the Phils is a modern matriarchy; inside the home space, women are in charge, no matter whether they be mothers or whores – and sometimes they are both. You could have a half-dozen bar girls living next door and think your neighbours were bank clerks – which might cause you some surprise, were you to encounter one dancing naked on a bar-top, delicately plucking thousand-peso notes out of beer-bottles with her moistened labia.

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Daily Babez: Terisa, a ladyboy from Thailand

Originally posted 2023-08-07 15:42:11.

Terisa is a ladyboy from Thailand. It’s immediately obvious how beautiful she is. Her performance of femininity is flawless. The word ‘Ladyboy’ covers a gamut of different local terms, all referring to the same thing, unmasculine, often highly feminine males who seek heterosexual men as partners.

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A ladyboy from Thailand

A ladyboy from Thailand is known locally as a kathoey, though this is an English oversetting, as Thai doesn’t use the same alphabet as English. A ladyboy can be a feminine homosexual male, a ‘gay man’ in the West, although these are usually much more girly than is usual there. It is most commonly understood however to mean a homosexual male who has socially completed as a woman, invariably dressing and presenting as one, almost always taking hormones to further feminise her naturally beautiful features and to prevent any masculinisation. Most ladyboys remain genitally intact.

A ladyboy like Terisa is a natural homosexual male, that is to say, a congenital Sexual Invert. In cultures like those in southeast Asia, the bogus separation between sexual orientation and gender does not apply. A homosexual male is not a man, in fact Don Kulick, in discussing similar phenomena in Brazil, described them as ‘not-men.’ This is accurate because in order to be a man, one must be masculine, and there is no such thing as a masculine homosexual male — even though this may be disputed in the West.

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Bakla: explaining the transwoman of the Philippines

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Originally posted 2022-03-28 19:50:38.

All humans, with the exceptions of a tiny minority with disorders of sexual development (DSDs) or Intersex, are either male or female. So there are two sexes.

We are not tilapia, frogs or molluscs, and these sexes are fixed for life. Sex can never be changed. The nonsense that biological sex has no basis in reality and can be changed from male to female is just that, nonsense. It derives from Post-Modernism; a rotten, toxic ideology. But that means we must explain the phenomenon of transsexualism, and to do that we’ll focus on the form found in Luzon in the Philippines, the bakla.

The explanation hinges on the critical difference between sex and gender. These are not the same.

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Bakla to Kabaklaan: the way of beauty

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Originally posted 2021-09-30 07:42:37.

Transwomen in the Philippines are classified locally as ‘gay’. The specific word used might be ‘bakla’, ‘beki’, ‘bayot’, ‘bading’ or any one of several others, depending on location and dialect.

Here, ‘gay’ does not mean what it does in the West. It means you are male but not a man; that you have ‘green blood’. You are an unmasculine male. In Luzon, the most popular local term is ‘bakla’. Their lifestyle is called ‘kabaklaan’.

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A bakla starts on the life of kabaklaan when she is young, perhaps five or six. This type is called the ‘batang bakla’. Girls who ‘come out’ in later adolescence are known as ‘late bloomers’.

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