Some Dating Tips Shared With All Transgender Women

Sometimes it takes a tumble to really understand where you stand, like when you become a transgender woman you understand the difficulties of transgender dating. That is to say, it's easy to find a transgender date, but it's not easy to have a happy date. I've been dating so many times. From 16, when I started transitioning, and I underwent sex-reassignment surgery when I was 19. By the time I was 23, I was a real trans woman, and to some extent I could say I had dated some typical types of men. So I can share some of my trans dating experiences, and some of the tips for transgender women on dating.

My Encounter

We met at a friend's birthday party and fell in love at first sight. After three dates, I started to really like him. One night, we went out dancing in Hollywood, and after dancing we went out for a breath. I leaned against the wall and he was so close that I could play with the necklace around his neck. Then we got closer and closer.

I asked him, do you have any thoughts on LGBT hookup? He was shocked. I went on to say "gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, Queer?" He responded to me by saying, "I can accept everything except transgender people." My face flash dropped. I asked him why he had a problem with transgender people. He said, "I'm sorry but I don't think a man can be a woman." Until that moment, I wasn't sure if he knew I was transgender or if he loved me. He suddenly opened his mouth, as if he understood, and he said, "oh my god, I've been afraid this is going to happen, you should have told me."

This conversation ends when I say, "I want someone to really love me because I have the courage to be a young person and I don't have to explain myself to you." He retorted, "well, you should tell the next guy first." He walked away and so did I. I feel very disappointed and sad about this date. Because I like him very much and have great hope for this relationship. Dear reader, can you understand what I was feeling?

Next date on the transgender website

After that failed date, I found it difficult to date a man. I was scared, but I was really alone. Suddenly one day, I found a website called transgender dating, which is dedicated to trans dating. I searched for some members and I felt good. Previous worries have shown that that person is simply not for me. In this case, I remind myself that I want my partner not to take the time to think about it, but to be willing to develop based on our most natural chemistry and attractiveness. I got my confidence back and started looking for dates on transgender dating sites. Therefore, the best advice for transgender women is to stay confident, and it's easy to find dates and partners on transgender dating sites.