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.
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.
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.
“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.
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!
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.
I’ve thought about this for about a hundred times before talking about it and the reality is… it happens.
What happens exactly, Amanda?
When hormones get the best of us transgender women.
I am the same as your transgender date but I’m not sure if she is undergoing hormone replacement therapy. If she is, keep reading.
Nobody’s born with an arsenal of world knowledge. We all started from ignorance. The very reason why schools were created is for us to learn.
You really want to pursue your transgender date but you’ve said something out of ignorance that made her dislike you. What do you do now?
So your transgender date magically turned into your girlfriend. You want to seal the deal somehow and move on to the next level.
There are a lot of joys when it comes to living in with your partner. As a transgender woman, my perspective is coming from a “wifely” role lol. I thoroughly enjoyed being domesticated and being the perfect homemaker for my ex=boyfriend. The utter joy overshadowed my miniscule pet peeves like dirty clothes on the floor and shoes everywhere. I’m talking about my personality so be sure that you really know your transgender girlfriend before moving in with her.
I am trying not to stop myself from fuming from what I’m about to write. Keep it professional Amanda! We all know that transgender dating sites do more good than bad but I just want to share with you my worst experience with one.
I’m not going to name the website but it’s one of the most popular ones way back in 2007. It had a Backpage/Craigslist kind of theme. You could literally post an ad without having a profile.