Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by laurenc, Apr 5, 2014.
not sure if this is the right place to ask but here goes .would you date a trans woman (mtf)?
Yes I would. Post-ops are the best for me, but pre-op isn't a deal breaker. It would just require a lot more compromises on things I'd be willing to do or not if we started a sexual relationship.
For me that wouldn't be a problem. In my eyes love is love, despite of race, gender etc. It is the person that I fall for
If I was attracted to her yes but I wouldn't want anyone to know she's trans
just want to say thank you to all 3 of you for answering .
Yes. Pre- or post-op, they would still be a woman, and I see no reason to discount them. If I was attracted to them and we were both in a good place to start a relationship, I'd see no reason not to go for it.
Absolutely! It's just a woman like any other after all. The only difference is that a transwoman had the bad fortune to be born with the wrong sex, but in the end it's love that matters and usually you don't fall in love with one's genitals, but their personality.
Possibly post op, but not pre-op. Sorry if that offends anyone >_<
I have never dated any girl but im sure that if it ever arose then i would happily date a trans woman
If they are a woman to themself then they are a woman to me
I haven't before, but yes I would if I fell for one, I wouldn't treat them any differently.
I would, but they'd have to be post-op, unless they're OK with not having sex until they're post-op.
Yes, I mean, if I find her atractive, then that wouldn't be a problem at all.
Not really sure. I think lesbians who are more masculine are hot, but not sure if I'd be interested in MtF. If I fell for her then it wouldn't be out of the possibility. But at the moment I'm not sure whether I like penis so she'd probably have to be post-op.
I think so.
My ex was one. Unfortunately, she could not have the hormones due to health issues and remained pre-opt. She also refused to come all the way out, even though I was supportive. I was not allowed to refer to him as a 'her' either because of this and that did upset me greatly at the time, but I wanted to respect her choice.
It was easier for me, to sleep with a woman in male form, than actual cisgendered males.(if this makes sense)
I asked myself this question before and I would like to think I do, but honestly, I can't tell you for sure
Yes. If someone identifies as a woman then they ARE a woman. I have felt attracted to mtf before (or even cis males who look very androgynous at times).
If the person was pre-op there might possibly be some issues with intimacy but not necessarily. My understanding is that most people who are trans do not enjoy sex in the 'conventional' ways (eg penis into vagina etc) that a cis person would anyway, as they do not identify with their physical gender and the actions that go with it. I have heard that many pre-op mtf prefer to have the penis treated more like a clit, and that some, although not all, enjoy 'muffing' (receiving penetration from fingers, small sex toys etc using the inguinal canals usually used for tucking). Of course I'm sure everyone has their different preferences but if I really liked someone we could probably find a way that suits us both.
I wouldn't have sex until after her surgery
I'm currently nursing an unrequited crush for a pre-op trans woman, so heck yes.
Sure, I see no reason not to.