Concerning *Phobic Futanari

professorplaid:

A personal note, before I dive into this. I’ve been a fan of “gender play” concepts for about as long as I’ve had a libido. I like seeing what happens when people toy with the typical gender roles and the sexual dynamics behind them. I enjoy genres beyond futanari, which involve things like sex-swap (AKA gender-swap/gender-bend), androgyny (traps/reverse traps), feminization, and even the occasional bit of plain old yaoi content. A lot of the reason why I bring up this topic is that I’ve seen multiple arguments put forth about how things that I or other people enjoy, strictly in terms of fantasy and illustrated pornography, are somehow offensive, disrespectful, or even hateful towards queer people. I’m here to pose a counter-argument. I don’t think we care enough to hate you.

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Inbetween Plaid’s postings of mad scientists with tentacle dicks toying with people in lewd ways, cute monster boys that enjoy frolicking in the woods and random bits of shipping is man of wisdom and class.

Definately an worthy read, especially since people seem to claim offensive or *phobic a little too often nowadays, even to things as ultimately ridiculous and trivial as futanari.

Also the following should be a disclaimer shown to everyone as soon as they get on the internet every day:

“Being offensive is arguable, but also entirely subjective, and ultimately inconsequential. Whether you are offended or not is of no importance. Your feelings hold no power over anyone else. Insisting that they should is childish.“

Originally posted at Unlimited Baron Works