How Popular is Ladyboy Porn?

I have met lots of Thai ladyboys over the years who have done porn. A few have regretted it despite them being hookers because of the visibility and the chance that their family may see it. That seems unlikely but once something is on film, it’s there forever or almost ever. Almost every ladyboy I know loves watching porn as do all the older ladies in the massage shop Annie and I always visit. they ask her to show them how to get it on their phone browsers. They all love Farang porn because they love big, white cocks (not joking) whereas ladyboys also like farang porn but the gay variety!   There were a couple of outfits making porn in Bangkok the last time I discussed it with anyone. They both rented or used a condo in Bangkok and arranged for the ladyboys to come and make a movie over a period of a few days. The going rate a few years ago was between 3k for solo Ladyboy jerk-off movies to 5k for fucking movies. There were stories of more with specific kinds of sex. The money is not life changing so do only the desperate cash hungry agree to do porn? Recently I started to wonder about that and did a little research about porn habits.   Intuitively knew this already but read an article about Evil Angels a porn producer and it’s director of business development said: Trans Porn Is Hugely Popular Among Hetero Men  What’s often called Shemale porn is consistently among most popular and its most loyal viewers tend to be heterosexual men....

Ladyboy Lives | Bella

Having seen the video you may be shocked at what happened to Bella and sympathise with her. I know I do. But do you feel that what happened to her is indicative of a broader theme? I am referring to the way in which Thai society and the Thai government regard Ladyboys. At best they are afforded sympathy for being born into a kind of ‘nether world’ between genders and despite Buddhist writing suggesting that in one incarnation we all, even the Buddha himself, will be or has been a kathoey, Buddhist monks try to teach kathoey how to be ‘men’. Is Bella’s suffering just one example of the disproportionate numbers of kathoey raped, beaten and murdered in Thailand? The UN Thailand report on LGBT issues noted that: Homosexuality is no longer considered a mental illness by the Ministry of Health; however,transsexuality is still pathologized. Transgender individuals cannot change their gender on identity papers. Existing marriage laws specifically reference only men and women. Legal and policy reform is seen as difficult both because lawmakers tend to be conservative, and because the constitution and country’s laws are seen as sacred. Although there is no overt persecution of LGBT people, Thai society does not wholly accept sexual and gender minorities. Attitudes towards LGBT individuals can be somewhat tolerant as long as LGBT people remain within certain social confines. There is a lack of understanding about the specific struggles and needs of LGBT people. Arguably, the greatest and often most important struggle that a Thai LGBT individual faces is that of family acceptance. Being respectful to the wishes of one’s parents and...