If you haven’t done the test, don’t spoil the results by looking at this page. Click on the image below and do the test.
Of course, there are individuals who don’t neatly fit into any of these categories, but broadly speaking – here are the 5 types of readers who visit this blog. Below each picture is the description of the test results.
Gay or Bi…
Okay, ‘sissy’ maybe a multi use term, but your consistent leaning towards men as sexual partners leads us to think that ‘gay’ or ‘bi’ is a better term for you. But of course…gay is beautiful: so be proud!
While sissies, crossdreamers and crossdressers often fantasize about men, these men are often (but not always) props in a deeper fantasy about being female. Your answers seem to indicate that what’s important is that you have a man in front of you – not that you are female.
If however, the female role is important to you then you have fallen through the cracks of the test and the result is inaccurate. But remember: it’s the journey not the destination that’s important, so use the test to think about your sexuality and gender – all in the service of self-knowledge.
2. Hetero – with a side order of sissy kink!
Sorry, my beautiful friend…but you’re not an authentic sissy…you’re a part time dabbler. Your answers reflect an erotic interest in sissy subculture but a lack of the filth and commitment that characterizes the true sissy.
People with your test score are ‘kink-surfers’…which means that you’re a hetero guy with a spicy kink on the side. Personally, I wouldn’t complain…it means you have something about your sexuality that’s more interesting than a regular dude…but you can still cut it with the boys.
However, if you have ‘I’m a sissy’ tattooed on your butt and are disappointed to be excluded from the ranks of sissyhood, please remember that this test is not remotely scientific and the results maybe entirely wrong, so just use it as food for thought about your sexuality and gender.
Your dreams centre on a female self that goes way beyond the superficial femininity of sissy fantasy. And although you might maintain an outward appearance of masculinity, you know that there’s a part of you that’s forever female.
Crossdreamers live somewhere in the space that lies between (or maybe beyond) sissy and transgender. They recognize a strong sexual component to their crossgender behaviour but see it as more than sex.
Ultimately, however, the crossdreamer continues to live and present as their biological gender. This could be because their male self is just as strong as their female self, or because they don’t see transition as practical
To conclude, this test is not remotely scientific and the results maybe entirely wrong, so just use it as food for thought. Ultimately, we got your attention by promising a label…but it’s much better to think about your sexuality and gender in the interests of self knowledge.
4. Gender variant masochist or …straight up masochist
Although submission is a common component of sissy fantasy, it is only one of several. Your answers indicate, however, that submission is the prime energy source of your sexuality.
The most accurate sexological term for your sexual behaviour is, therefore, ‘masochism’. The biggest turn-on for a masochist is humiliation and servitude…and this indeed seems to be your biggest turn-on.
Sissification provides us with some insight into the differences between gender-centred sexuality and masochist-centred. Whereas a ‘sissy’ would be turned on by the intense femininity of a french maids uniform in of itself – the masochist is turned on by the humiliation of a male being forced to wear such a feminine article.
However, it is well known that every human being usually has three or four sexual preferences that turn them on, so it is common for a gender-centred sissy to get turned on by the humiliation of masochist centred behaviour and vice versa. Therefore, the best description for you might be a ‘sissy with a strong interest in masochism’.
However, this test is not remotely scientific and the results maybe entirely wrong, so just use it as food for thought. All we want is that you think about your sexuality and gender in the interests of self knowledge.
This test is for fun, so please don’t proclaim yourself transgender because of the result.
Saying that, your answers do show a tendency towards a transgender perspective. This means that your femininity is not just as a kink or a temporary state of mind, but a fundamental part of who you are.
Therefore, we conclude that you are definitely not a sissy because both the linguistic origins of the word and sissy subculture make the protagonist of sissy fantasy a feminized boy – whereas you see yourself as a girl.
However, this test is not scientific and the results maybe wrong, so just use it as food for thought. Ultimately, we got your attention by promising a label…but it’s more important that you think about your sexuality and gender in the interests of self knowledge.
However, by that definition, lots of other people who did this test are sissies… so why did you gain the esteemed title and they didn’t? What makes you a sissy? (Wish us luck! I’m sure we’ll get lots of angry e-mails about the following definition.)
A sissy is a man whose sexuality has a strong feminine component. However, this part of his nature is not evident in his day to day life (and he can usually have regular heterosexual sex just fine). There’s a firewall around his femininity.
Therefore, while in fantasy, a sissy may like to dress like a whore and suck fifty cocks (sorry, random example) the rest of the time he’s chillin’ in guy world.
If there’s no firewall containing your femininity and you’re walking around town en-femme, or you are obviously feminine…then ‘sissy’ is not the term for you. We would argue that something further along the spectrum of sexuality /gender is more appropriate.
To conclude, please remember that this test is not remotely scientific and the results maybe wrong, so just use it as food for thought. Ultimately, we got your attention by promising a label…but that is not our prime interest… we want you to think about your sexuality in the interests of self knowledge.