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) I earned Chantal's trust and she disclosed to me the nature of their own very interesting and secretive relationship. Dave always took me under his wing and included me in events and parties when no one else really wanted me there. Naturally blonde my hair is very fine and the virtual lack of hair over my body was always a bit of am embarrassment to me.
I asked for her permission to recite their story to my readers and she agreed so long as I changed their names. I have no hair on my chest or stomach and that hair that is on my arms and legs is so fine that is doesn't appear to be there at all.
My voice is high pitched and soft, I have no real muscle mass to speak of, the skin is soft and pale, and I am rather timid by nature.
In fact all through school I was commonly the butt of peoples jokes at parties, people calling me Dave's little bitch.
While my dick is barely 3 inches long when rock hard and barely noticeable at all when not.
It is a variation on the familiar term "hafu" （half or ハーフ） that is commonly used for people of mixed Japanese descent, signifying that transgender people are a new type of "half".
Davy Crockett is quoted as using the term in regard to a shooting match; when his opponent challenges Davy Crockett to shoot near his opponent's wife, Davy Crockett is reported to have replied: "'No, No, Mike,' sez I, 'Davy Crockett's hand would be sure to shake, if his iron pointed within a hundred miles of a shemale, and I give up beat...'" The term later took on an implicit sexual overtone.
Dave just smiled and rubbed me on the head, telling me not to mind them.
After high-school we moved off to the city together in search of work and shared an apartment to make ends meet.
In her 1990 book, From Masculine To Feminine And All points In Between, Jennifer Anne Stevens defined she-male as "usually a gay male who lives full-time as a woman; a gay transgenderist." French professor John Phillips writes that shemale is "a linguistic oxymoron that simultaneously reflects but, by its very impossibility, challenges [gender] binary thinking, collapsing the divide between the masculine and the feminine." Trans author Leslie Feinberg writes, "'he-she' and 'she-male' describe the person's gender expression with the first pronoun and the birth sex with the second.