World’s first legally married transgender couple get candid about their intimacy

World’s first legally married transgender couple get candid about their intimacy

Ginny Seaboy and Julia James have the distinction of being the world's first legally-married transgender couple.

The couple first met back in 2009 on an online forum for trans people, and discovered they had an immediate connection. They went on a date near to Ginny's work, and married a year later at the home of Ginny’s parents in Bedford, Canada. It wasn't until sometime after the ceremony while investigating public records, that they discovered themselves to be the world’s first openly-trans, legally-married couple.

Despite this, the two trans women have always been pretty private about their relationship ... until now.

In a recent interview, the pair revealed that they now enjoy an active and passionate sex life with each other, and Julie even claims that she is capable of enjoying 198 orgasms in 90 minutes, simply by thinking.

An image of Ginny Seaboy and Julia James. Credit: Press Association

Commenting on their sex life in a new interview, Julia stated:

"I can orgasm standing up, not touching myself and even in seven seconds just by thinking about it. I orgasm like a female mostly now – which means I have rolling orgasms until I get tired, rather than constant ejaculation – and can do it up to 198 times in 90 minutes, although I am a non-op trans. Ginny is multi-orgasmic like me, and we have been very, very lucky sexually."

She added:

"Now, years later, I’m still with my soulmate. When I found her my sex life improved dramatically, too – I didn’t even have a sex drive before. But I’ve never felt the need to have surgery on my genitals to be a trans woman. We are still both multi-orgasmic and our life in the bedroom is better than we ever expected."

Meanwhile, Ginny added:

"When we look back at our lives before we came out and started being openly trans, it feels like we’re looking at completely different people. Now, most of our friends and families accept us and are proud that we’ve had the courage to face who we really are. There is no right or wrong way to be transgender. Like everyone else, we’re all different. But, like Ginny and me, I want anyone who thinks they’re trans to come out and enjoy being who they really are.”

An image of Ginny Seaboy and Julia James. Credit: Press Association

Ginny is currently also serving as Julia's full-time carer, as a result of a medical condition which she has not disclosed.

Neither of them have had surgery, or feel the need to, but are enjoying living as openly-trans women, since they had both been left in unfulfilling heteronormative relationships prior to their coming out. Ginny and Julie are hopeful that,  telling their story and sharing their own experiences, they'll be able to encourage more people like them to come out of the shadows and enjoy happy and loving relationships by accepting their true gender identity.