Trans women go through a lot and some of us, even go further and reach the stage of transition called transgender hormone replacement therapy.
Today, I’m going to discuss the effects, costs, and dangers of transgender hormone therapy. Please know that what I’m going to be writing here is from my personal experience as a trans woman. This should not be taken as a replacement for proper transgender hormone therapy information from a specialist.
I know that I often talk about dating and relationships but there is one thing that must be said and if it’s a soulmate that you’re looking for, you must have a better understanding of her through decrypting her past.
Today, I’m going to discuss my trans experience in its early stages. There are a lot of trans women who start their transition at a very late age and we will be tackling that as well.
Sex reassignment surgery is quite a vast topic so I’ve decided to make a condensed guide of the most important details that you have to know. This guide will be all-inclusive and we’re not just going to discuss the neovagina.
If you’re a trans man who happened to stumble upon this guide, keep reading as well.
There are thousands of things if I’m being honest but I’m going to narrow them down to 8 things a person needs to remember when it comes to dating transgender women.
Even though I’m a trans woman, please still take these tips with a grain of salt because every one of us is different. This will be a good manual though since I can proudly say that I’m less neurotic than others lol.
No tea, no shade.
Have you been looking for love in transgender dating websites for years with no luck?
Has your experience made you jaded?
Keep reading this and let me share with you my story on how I was able to regain the butterflies in my stomach when chatting with new people.
Today, our topic is something way deeper than my usual woes about transgender dating. I’m going to talk about my fear as a transgender woman when it comes to dating guys. Dating is more complicated than what and what not to do… sometimes, there’s something just out of your control and it’s usually something that you cannot offer that your partner really wants that others can. When dating men, I always have this fear of… “What if he leaves me for a genetic woman because he wants to have children of his own?”. Another is my fear that he’s so used to dating cis girls that he might not find having sex with me pleasurable. Lastly, my constant comparison of myself as to why he’s able to display his past genetic ex-girlfriends to the people he cares and loves and me not having the same treatment.
I’m writing this because I just got gold-digger shamed in a transgender dating site. To be honest, I’ve been financially independent since I was 19 and I’ve only experienced depending on a man when I was 18. I’m 29 and I’m currently working 3 jobs and it is funny that I’m still called a gold digger because of my expectations from a partner.
I know that most transgender women are dealing with insecurities. It’s bad enough to be born in a body that is opposite to one’s mind, and even made worst when after all of your efforts to change it, you’re still not getting the results that you desire.
Are you new to a transgender dating website and you’re overwhelmed with the bountiful amount of options? I know, I’ve been there too.
Along with the surprise comes the feeling of being totally lost. Especially if the options you see speak audibly to your desires.
Worry not because I’m going to give you some tips on how to approach the transwoman of your dreams. I’m going to divide this into sections so that you won’t be confused with what to do.
Today, we’re going to talk about the holiday that I really hate the most… Valentine’s. Just kidding, I am not bitter in any way and I am actually very enthusiastic, so much so that each key from my keyboard is about to pop out.
Do you find yourself clueless as to what to give to your transgender date this coming February 14? Keep reading.
Before anything else, let me preface this by saying that I may be in a polar opposite dimension in terms of taste from your transgender date and you’re the one who still knows her best.