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Being sexually atracted to transgender women (from men to women) who still have their male testicles, should not be considered as homosexual.
Why should anyone feel ashamed for being somewhat homosexual?
You are attracted to their feminine parts of body or their character and personality as a human.
Just because you see something on someone doesn't make that someone what you see on them.
If it's still a majoritarily male in it's physical form then, by definition, if you're a man, it must be considered homossexual. But there is no problem on that too.
Sexual orientation does not mean anything unless you declare it to your potential mates. It is something like relationship policy.
For example a gay having intercourse with women is not perceived as straight until he exhibits a rejective behaviour for men.
You're living in the society which every sexualities have their own label. It might not affect you as an individual, but impact to your social status quo
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