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The Pink(Blue) Pill

There are a shocking number of MTFs (maybe FTMs too, but they’re invisible because nobody questions a horny guy) interested in succubi. Despite making up only about 0.1% of the population, by my estimation MTFs account for a little under 10% of succubus/incubus querents and likely. There has to be a reason why so many women(male) are interested in partners who almost by definition will want to take full advantage of genitals that supposedly cause suffering by their simple existence.

It’s been suggested by some that dysphoria is a spiritual rather than physical disorder.

For an example of how a magical explanation is full of holes, just look at me. My higher self is male, which would theoretically make me want to live as a male. But I don’t and I have no desire to be a man or fill the male role. There are very many like me. In books on energy work there’s always a warning that you might be surprised at the sex of your etheric body. Yet none of the people thus surprised suddenly decide to transition. That can’t be it since such individuals usually react by being upset about their energy bodies rather than their physical bodies.

So if it’s a purely material thing, why is it associated with this specific immaterial desire? No idea. Trans people are drastically overrepresented among tulpamancers too. Nobody in that community understands it either and they don’t talk about it because it’s a very awkward subject. They also have a lot of gays, but succumancy doesn’t seem disproportionate in that regard. I constantly see people posting “I wish I were a girl” or “why can’t I be cute” and it makes me think. There has to be something attracting these people. I actually remember there being one MTF who talked Lilith into making her soul female through a harsh process, but nobody else has tried to follow that example that I’m aware.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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