Michelle Obama dancing on The Ellen DeGeneris Show in March 2015. See “Is Michelle Obama a transexual?”
More than 1½ months after I published a post asking if and how much the current movement to normalize and popularize transgenderism is driven by Americans’ growing appetite for tranny or T-girl pornography, the main stream media finally picked up on this phenomenon. (See “The dark side of the push for transgenderism: Sex with she-males”)
Chris Morris reports for CNBC, Aug. 27, 2015, that transgender porn has been steadily climbing in popularity for years. But with Bruce Jenner’s coming out as “Caitlyn” and the favorable publicity surrounding that, T-porn has grown into a full-fledged phenomenon.
Chauntelle Tibbals, an independent sociologist (and former visiting scholar at the University of Southern California) who studies the adult entertainment industry, says in typical academic gobbledeegook: “Porn is part and parcel of society, and our culture is getting more aware and understanding. Even though transsexual porn has existed forever, as the world and our culture is becoming more accepting, it looks at and interacts with this content in a way that is more savvy and forthcoming. In that way, the content has to step up its game.”
Transgender porn is becoming a hot seller. GameLink, an online porn provider, says its sales of transgender porn have increased 14% in the past year, and now make up 10% of its overall revenue.
The top states in consumers of GameLink’s tranny porn are:
- California, which accounts for 17.6%.
- New York, 7.3%.
- Illinois, 5.6%.
- Texas, 5%.
- Arizona, 4.9%.
To date, no other online porn company has revealed statistical data about the transgender viewing habits of its customers. Only Evil Angel has addressed the subject, telling the International Business Times that the category has been its most popular in terms of revenue per scene for decades—since the company can command a premium of more than 20% for the content.
In my July 11 post on tranny porn, I referenced a Salon article by Tracy Clark-Flory, a self-described “gender queer,” which claims that heterosexual men are the main consumers of T-girl porn. According to the book A Billion Wicked Thoughts, by Sai Gaddam and Ogi Ogas, T-girl porn is the 4th most popular type of “adult” porn website.
Two male “celebrities” are known to have a penchant for sex with transgenders. One of them is actor Eddie Murphy. The other is former football pro Hank Baskett (husband of reality TV actress and former girlfriend of Hugh Hefner Kendra Wilkinson), who reportedly had an affair with a she-male “model” named Ava Sabrina London when Kendra was 8 months pregnant with the couple’s second child.
Google “transgender porn” and you’ll find naked images of grotesque
transgenders men with breast implants and male genitalia. In his book Miracles, C. S. Lewis presciently observed that “Sexual intercourse is rapidly becoming the one thing venerated in a world without veneration.” And in our “post-modern”America where sex is the be-all and end-all, and where there no longer are constraints on sexual behavior, people get bored with normal, ordinary sex and look for new thrills to titillate their jaded but never-satiated appetites. Tranny porn is one of those new thrills.
Is there any wonder that the Devil himself is a transgender?
Meanwhile, 65-year-old Bruce “call me Caitlyn” Jenner is finally admitting his homosexuality, saying that he would like “to date” a man. In a clip from his reality TV show that’s plummeting in ratings, he says, “It would be very attractive to me to have a guy treat me…like a normal woman.”
Caitlyn Jenner is a normal woman?