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Where can a straight guy find a transsexual woman who is NOT a hooker and just wants to be friends (with benefits)? I know of one club where they hang, but they are mostly hookers there. I would like to go someplace where I could meet one and see if we could hit it off and go from there. I know they are out there, but I just can't find them! Help a brother out! PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE!

Lonely Tranny Lover

If what you're looking for is a transsexual who'll allow you to fuck her—or who'll fuck you—but who won't require you to have an actual relationship with her, LTL, then you'll have to pay some nice woman for her time and her emotional distress, like all the other straight guys out there into MTFs. Why do they have to pay? Because, LTL, it's kinda shredding to sexually service someone who's embarrassed to be seen in public with you.

It's nice that you're willing to be friends with the transsexual you're fucking, LTL—that puts you above most straight-identified men who are into trans women. But most trans women, hookers or not, want more than that. They want love, companionship, intimacy, and a commitment—you know, all that shit non-trans women want.

I'm a 24-year-old straight female in a relationship. The sex is great, except for one thing: My boyfriend is so fucking quiet while we are having sex. No words, no moans, a stone-cold facial expression. I know he is enjoying himself because he always comes, and he initiates sex as often as I do. However, his stoic demeanor makes it hard for me to really get into stuff that isn't directly pleasurable for me. It's hard to be motivated to choke on someone's cock when they look and act like they can't even feel anything.

I've mentioned this to him several times after sex, and he just laughs it off and then says something like, "Do you expect me to scream like a girl?" One time, I purposely remained completely silent during an orgasm, like he does, and he became very self-conscious. He didn't believe me when I told him I came, and I asked him how he likes it when I'm quiet. He thought this was funny, and then things went back to normal.

Why is he so quiet? What can I do?

We're Not In The Library

Stop treating this like it's a problem, WNITL, even if you experience it that way, and start treating it like a challenge and a game.

Give him a blowjob, choke on that cock, bring him right to the edge, then pull his cock out of your mouth and say, "Do you like that? Are you close? You want me to keep going?" Then look up at him and slowly stroke his cock—not fast enough to get him off, but not so slowly that you'll have to start that blowjob all over again—and wait for his response. When he says something, his dick goes back in your mouth. When he stops talking, his dick comes back out.

Be playfully, sexily confrontational, WNITL, and you'll be able to extract the feedback you want during sex while helping him get over his insecurities about how men are supposed to act during sex.

My boyfriend/fiancé likes to be put in a cage, and we have a very scary-looking cage in my closet. His biggest turn-on is to come home on Friday night, go right into his cage, and for me to keep him there until Sunday morning. I only let him out if he needs to have a bowel movement or if I want to screw. (There's a bottle of water in his cage if he gets thirsty and an empty bottle if he needs to pee, and he doesn't get fed much because he's not exactly burning calories in there.)

The issue: I won't leave our apartment when he's locked up. What if there's a fire? Or we get burgled? Or if there's a meteor strike? Or a terrorist attack? He says I'm being paranoid and that it really turns him on to know that I'm out with my girlfriends, having drinks or whatever, while he's locked up in my closet "with the rest of my things." Who's in the right here?

My Boyfriend Is My Prisoner

You're in the right, MBIMP. If there's a fire or a robbery or meteor strike—or if you get hit by a car and wind up in a coma for three months and he slowly starves to death in your apartment—then you could go to jail for manslaughter and/or negligent homicide. So that fiancé thing of yours shouldn't be left alone when he's in his cage; no one should ever be left alone tied-up and/or imprisoned. If he insists on you going out on a cage weekend, MBIMP, then you'll have to hire a sitter—bondage, not baby. Take out a personal ad, lay out what you need, and very, very carefully interview applicants. Better yet, get involved with your local BDSM group, make some kinky friends, and see if anyone is up for a little bondagesitting.

Or, hey, you can live a little dangerously: Give your boyfriend a cell phone, don't go far, and instruct your prisoner to call if he smells smoke while he's doing his crunches.

A PROGRAMMING NOTE: Lots of folks have asked me where my iPhone app is. Well, I didn't have one—until now. The Savage Love iPhone app has been submitted to Apple. Will they accept it? Or will it be too porny for Steve Jobs? Stay tuned. In the meantime, you can still find a new Savage Lovecast (my weekly podcast) at every Tuesday.

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