It is a post that could land me in jail for prostitution and potentially lose friends. Had Angie Miller not been eliminated from American Idol last night, this post would not be in existence right now.
According to Indiana law, if I were to ONLY sell my (male) virginity online since I would be knowingly or intentionally performing, offering or agreeing to be a part of sexual intercourse for say $1 million. An additional part of Indiana’s Prostitution law includes the prohibition of fondling or offering to fondle another’s genitals in exchange for money or other valuable property – in my case selling my male virginity (to the highest female bidder) would obviously mean I would fondle and/or have traditional sexual intercourse for that amount of money for the move to Indianapolis (and then some, such as the money to pay for much needed work for my gender transition to womanhood and what-not and yes, the $5,000 fine will be included). Unfortunately, as a resident of Indiana, even considering selling my (male) virginity is defined as prostitution and is considered a class A misdemeanor upon first conviction, with a possible sentence of up to 1 year in jail and a fine of up to $5,000 (which is what will most likely happen since this will be the very first crime I ever committed and may be sufficiently provoked since I hardly ever declare single as my relationship status). Unfortunately, if I do end up in jail for a year, jail will only turn a first-time offender into a hardened criminal.
Unfortunately, I am not just selling my remaining male virginity to the highest bidder — there is a catch, the winning bidder has to be a biological woman (usually a bisexual woman or non-op transgender man) who has a completely working female reproductive system (the girl cannot have her tubes tied for any reason), single, and must prove (to my standards) that:
- The woman must no sexually transmitted diseases of any kind
- A willingness to carry a baby to the traditional 40 week pregnancy
Call me “The Lesbian Father” or “The Lesbian Sperm,” and I have to say that this all started long before I even came out as a transgendered woman nearly a decade ago. In fact, it started back during my sixth grade year while I was in my first relationship with Amanda Davidson, where I realized she came out as a bisexual (this would eventually pave the way for my future relationships since I usually know who’s bi and lesbian when looking for my mate) and my eyes were opened to the role of “transgender woman” since I realized I had been going through male puberty (which I still hated) after I realized I was a woman stuck in a male body, never realizing until after one fateful prom night and later dismissal from Indiana Wesleyan University.
Like most little boys (or transgirls), I was raised to believe that sex and virginity is a sacred gift a man (or transwoman) should reserve for just the right woman (or transman). But in 20 years since my first relationship with Amanda at age 10, I learned that this courtship concept is just a tool to keep the my status quo as a male intact (and remained true when I began my gender transition).
After hearing and learning five years ago when Natalie Dylan sold her virginity online and hearing transgender men’s stories about “The Pregnant Man” (Thomas Beatie), Chaz Bono, Stephen Beatty , it became apparent to me as a transwoman that it’s just enough for a good woman to turn f***ing man and heavily criticized them a bit for missing the most joyful moments they had when they were women (becoming a mother when the latter two transmen still had their female reproductive system). When I heard about Thomas Beatie’s story I realized that I might want to keep my male genitals (for the time being) in order to concentrate on having my first child and it is only my tool to keep a transgender woman in her place. But then I realized after seeing a story from watching Maury on my 25th Birthday five years ago, I realized something else: if a transwoman can get a transman or lesbian/bisexual woman pregnant, and the transwoman is the father and the transgendered man (or lesbian/bisexual woman) is the mother (after giving birth) — the transwoman’s sperm is considered that valuable, what in the Hell is to stop me from benefiting from that? It is mine, after all I am a woman that has sperm and that is what makes me a father (and the way I see myself in future relationships with a transman, I am sorry, if you have/had ovaries,fallopian tubes and a uterus — you are or will be a mother, plain and simple — being a mother is the greatest joy and feeling any woman or transman can have in my eyes). And the value of my sperm is one level on which fertile bisexual/lesbian women, and to a lesser extent transmen cannot compete with me (as a transgendered woman 30 years of age. I decided to flip the equation, and turn my male virginity and sperm into something that allows me to gain power and opportunity from women. I decided to take the status quo (I had when I lived as a male until 2003) that a man’s sperm is priceless and used it as a vehicle for capitalism.
Rolling your eyes? Confused? Are you even saying “WTF”? I know my decision to sell my male virginity and sperm experiment to a transman, bisexual or lesbian woman would bring me condemnation and damage my reputation. I’m not saying every forward-thinking man or transwoman has to agree with what I’m doing. You should develop your own personal belief system—that’s exactly my point! For me, valuing sperm as sacred is simply not a concept I could embrace. But valuing sperm monetarily—that’s been a concept I could definitely get behind. I only view the selling of sex is wrong. And for what it’s worth, the winning bid won’t necessarily be the highest—In the end, I will make a final decision.
I recently contacted the organization I that could potentially provide me a safe and legal means through which to execute the sale of my male virginity and sperm: The Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Reno, Nevada — some 1500+ miles from Indianapolis.
I might consider even be an early adopter of a future trend of transgendered women (if not already), if The Pregnant Man’s story have to be any indication of the direction the transgender community is headed in. These days, more and more transgendered women my age have no alternative but to adopt children, bank sperm (which can be very expensive) or men who have had vasectomies in the past should not directly profit from a gay’s point of view, but I’m not sure other transgendered women or biological men should follow my lead. One conclusion my decision to sell my sperm and male virginity will borne out is that society isn’t ready for public auctions like mine—yet
Story will be updated.
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