Today’s article will be a little more personal because I’m going to tackle what my fears are as a transgender woman in the world of transgender dating websites. Please know that everything I’m writing here will be from my sole experience and things may or may not apply to you. Don’t blame me if you find yourself wasting a minute or 2 because of this lol.
Tranny Chaser is an offensive term coined to describe a person equivalent to a womanizer. In transgender dating, there’s a high possibility that your boyfriend started out fantasizing by porn and have seen a lot of things. There are only a few transgender women in the world and there’s a big percent that your man has never met one in person which urged him to discover the beauty of transgender women through paid cam sites and dedicated porn sites.
Evolution occurred and his hobby with his right hand (left if he’s different lol) turned to an experimental rampage on transgender dating websites and adult yellow pages.
Finally… he met YOU! The transgender woman of his dreams…
Dos and don’ts are not just exclusive to transgender dating but I want to be more in-depth about the DON’Ts section of the lottery we all call dating.
There are numerous factors as to why is it seemingly that when we try to get to know someone, things suddenly fall apart. Consider dating as an investment and every action and word you put out must be a seed for a lasting relationship to grow.
Please think before you act or say anything, and HARDLY. If you find anything you did/said from the DON’Ts in transgender dating below, then this might ring true to your situation.
Please also take everything with a grain of salt because I’m basing all of the examples from my life experiences as a transgender woman who has been in the trans dating game for years.
Things you DON’T Say
Users are everywhere. They can be in a form of family, friend, and a lover. You’re never really going to know what a person’s intentions are with you unless you know him/her for a good amount of time.
Today, I’m going to share some signs on whether the person you found from a transgender dating site is just using you.
I’m in no way a paragon of morality but and I think that I’m a bit 50/50 with this. I think this is acceptable if the set-up is like of a sugar daddy/sugar mommy-sugar baby kind but if this is the issue that’s being masked by love, then I think it’s not okay.
Today is not about finding a transgender date for you. It’s about what you can do and who you can meet apart from a life partner in a transgender dating website.
I know that it may sound uninteresting to you but please hear me out. I’ve met a lot of friends in dating websites and until now, we’re still great friends. Things may have not worked out for us but at the very least, I have people at my beck and call for keeps.
Other people in Transgender Dating Sites
There are perverts everywhere but I want to be specific and try to help you on how to determine if the guy who’s been messaging you in a transgender dating website just wants to get off on your expense. There’s nothing wrong about being sexually in touch with yourself but if you’re a transgender who’s looking for a real relationship, by all means, keep reading.
In my list are types of guys that I’ve encountered based on my life experiences. Take this with a grain of salt because this may or may not apply to you.
Today is going to be an article solely for my trans sisters. Transgender dating is already a very small circle made smaller by dating sites. Dating sites are the most accessible avenue and common ground of trans people and people who love them so it’s inevitable to be passed by popular personalities from time to time.
Dating famous people can be rewarding but can be can be crippling to one’s confidence at the same time especially if you’re a transgender woman and the man you like who also happens to like you back can’t for some reason introduce you to the world. I’m a very understanding woman and I try to be patient for as long as I can especially if LOVE is already in place and for the welfare of my partner. However, there comes a time when I’ll tell myself…
Enough is ENOUGH!
Well… factoring if he makes millions, that’s a whole different story. Just kidding!
When is it ENOUGH?
“Jealousy, jealousy, jealousy, is such an evil thing” – Paris Hilton.
This happens not only with transgender dating but dating in general. I’m not the perfect person to give advice but since I’m a naturally jealous person, I think you’ll get some value about how I overcome it when I’m in a relationship.
Please take everything with a grain of salt because each person’s individuality can never be cloned.
His dating PAST
I’m always curious about what type of women my current prospect has dated. Questions like
We were all once novices in the world of transgender dating. Today, I’ve enlisted some questions in random order that you should avoid asking on the first conversation if you want to proceed to the next level.
Everyone’s individuality varies in enormous degrees but just know that the tips here are applicable in general as to not potentially hurt someone you really fancy.
You better not take risks John!
Are you a virgin?
Stop right there! My or anyone’s virginity is none of your business. Nobody’s asking you how many holes your wiener has entered. I don’t know if this is common amongst western men but this is a very common question from men in my country. This is so outdated and inappropriate. Polish your communication skills and think of something better.
I think insecurity happens once in a while to everybody except Elizabeth Taylor or Mariah Carey (I love them).
As a transgender woman, I have a LOT of insecurities. Today, I’m going to be talking about how you can deal with your transgender date who’s battling her physical insecurities. Puberty of a transwoman is different from a ciswoman. I didn’t grow boobs or started my period at 14. A woman’s shape and form are what I aspired to have and it didn’t happen overnight and for free. You have to know that although we get to live with what we have, there are times when it can become crippling seeing ourselves in the mirror without the reflection of who we want to be. The lack of hips, butt, smaller waist, breasts, suppler skin, gentler facial features and etc. can all target a transitioning transwoman.
When I was 17, I already had soft features (I’m Asian) but I HATED my pot belly and fat arms because my Filipino diet consists of rice daily. Yeah right Amanda, blame it on the Filipino diet.