Well... I hope my english isn't too bad when I read and write to you.
I was asking you all these questions because your concerns sounded to be linked to sexuality and/or identity. And... these are questions which are generally not deeply enough studied. Society used to place people into cases but it could not be so simple. By example, you said you were "trans attracted". It should indicate that you can feel attraction to someone with a non-common sexual identity (in accordance with most people) with a proportion of characteristic that society attributes to male and female genders. But I guess that all transexual people won't inevitably attract you because of being transexual. Am I right ? Unless this is really the fact to meet a transexual people itself which arouse you, there's something else behind the simple fact of being transexual attracted. Don't you think so ?
The fact is that we are all composed with these two proportions of male and female genders. It can appear physically or more mentally, and sometimes this appears both physically and mentally, but always in different quantities. So... because of it, and regarding your answers to my other questions, I wonder if you're more questionning yourself about the others than about yourself... And if I guess well, you won't find any answers by asking only "What is my sexuality ? or "What kinda people I feel more attracted to ?" The question of who you feel more attracted to is a first step. which could maybe allow you to accept to break with old common standards and to open your mind to a far more bigger world ! After that point, the questions won't be "Why a girl or a man or transexual people attract me or leave me great reaction ?" anymore, but "Why this people I am face to (girl, guy or transexual people) leave me a feeling of attraction ?"
More simply, I think that your problem is maybe more located in the way you approach other persons than in their inner sexuality or yours. By example, I can tell you there's a great and unavoidably visible difference between "having sex" and "making love" with someone. There is far more excitation and feelings when the moment of making love with someone is come, than just having sex. It lefts my girlfriend a feeling of being unsatisfied when she was trying having simply sex with other guys (before I met her). And because you're not the first to have such a speech, I believe there's far more to discover and enjoy when feeling attracted to someone than just sexuality or body attraction. But this is my point of view.
So, when I asked you : "What is your report to sexuality ?" I was rather asking you what place sexuality takes in your relationships. Now that I think about it, I should more have asked you the question this way. This is what your concerns about sexuality and identity let me think about.
I've a question maybe easier to answer which could help me to know and answer you better : "What is your FIRST reaction when you think about meeting an attractive people ?" Try it. Do you think of sharing feelings ? Having sex ? Do you wonder of what is the effect you make to the other one ? Do you thnik about what the other ones will think about you ? ...