At one point, he got confused during my explanation of the gender spectrum and thought I was a hermaphrodite, which he would have been okay with because in that case, I “couldn’t help it.” The conversation ended when I said, “I don’t need to explain myself to you.
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After much thought, our conversation for closure came down to two things: His mother and friends would accept me, but his Serbian father never would; and he was afraid of experiencing me sexually.
He told me if I hadn’t been open and honest with him (which he was thankful for regardless) that he wouldn’t have cared, but because he already knew, he wasn’t willing to look past it.
All these fears show that he simply isn’t the right one for me.
In this situation, I remind myself that I want someone who doesn’t need to take time to think, but is willing to move forward based on our innate chemistry and attraction. Profile: This guy either has a fetish for trans women, prefers them over cis women (i.e.
After meeting twice, we went on what was supposed to be a quick coffee and hiking date.
Instead, our effortless connection led to a two-hour breakfast, long hike, and two-hour dinner in one day.
During our night together, we had one of our deep conversations.
He told me, “I’ve seen your hashtags—of course I knew, but I wanted you to tell me.” Having an irregular past of his own, he opened up to me about a night where he was on hard drugs in a hotel room.
I even opened up to him about my fear of men dating me solely to “see what it’s like” to be with a trans woman.
At some point during our hike, he expressed that he was extremely attracted to me, and in some ways scared to like me.
Dating is tough for everyone, but dating as a transgender woman is even harder. Starting from the early stages of my transition at age 15, through sexual reassignment surgery at 19, to being an out and proud transgender woman at 24—I can say with certainty that I’ve gone out with pretty much every personality type.