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There’s welcome news for trans VR fans as a recently launched site featuring trans performers is now live, continuing the trend of adult businesses launching trans dedicated sites in addition to straight VR porn.

TranzVR.com [NSFW] comes from the same stable behind WankzVR and MilfVR, promising similar levels of production quality, narrative approach and immersive content.

TranzVR’s scenes come fully optimized for all major headsets including Oculus, Vive, PSVR (PlayStation VR), Gear VR, Daydream and Cardboard.

While not specifically aimed solely at trans consumers, the app should also appeal to anyone wishing to explore their interest in transsexual proclivities at home, according to Phil from official affiliate distributors Pimproll:

“Fans can explore their own sexuality and maybe even discover something about themselves along the way, or simply enjoy the voyeuristic intensity of the highest-quality virtual trans scenes ever captured on film,” Phil said.

“You can think of it as an authentic sex simulator where you journey into the unknown, or you can simply enjoy a niche you already know and love.”

TranzVR features 19 experienced stars, from South America and beyond, across some 17 scenes, with one new scene a week scheduled to be added to the catalog.

Currently the viewer is mostly assumed to be a cis-male participant in each POV scenario, but the company is adding scenes from a trans performer perspective too.

There’s a raft of community tools for members to meet like-minded users, share feedback or get the latest site updates via the dedicated TranzVR user forum.

It’s the latest of only a handful of other sites offering decent quality trans VR porn, the others being VirtualRealTrans, VRBTrans, TSVirtualLovers, and GroobyVR.

Plans start from $1.99 for a two-day trial or, currently, $9.95 for one month. Subscribing for a year takes the comparative monthly cost to $6.57 per month.

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Rob Tylershevsky
Rob is a freelance journalist based in Sussex, UK, with a strong interest in the intersecting fields of technology, human sexuality, relationships, behaviour and psychology.

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