That didn’t stop the intense expression of confusion that spread across his face.“So you’re a man? “Do you know how lucky you are that I’m not, like, crazy?

Because I know plenty of guys who would really do some shit to you.”“No, I’m a woman, a transgender woman,” I answered, trying to make him understand. His entire view of me had changed and there was no going back.

It could be your prototypical 21st-century love story. Rebecca, a 34-year-old administrative assistant, immediately knew that Alex (not their real names) was different from other guys she’d dated.

But there is one small catch; the boy was born a girl.

Hey everyone, I thought I'd start the first topic of this new thread we have. Personally, while right now I'm not ready to be with anyone, I feel that dating is going to be especially hard for myself and those of us who have, while we may have taken other steps such as orchiectomy, mastectomy, etc.

to match our bodies with our minds..are still not able or are unwilling to have SRS/GRS. Right before we're about to get intimate with our partner?

Cindy JAmes I think a lot of it is trial and error.

I'm still sort of figuring out what I like and don't like sexually.

The world of online dating is fraught with judgments, biases and dead ends.

It’s difficult terrain for many people, who often feel it’s like an exercise in marketing.

I think the partner should not find out by accident, that could lead to a violent incident.

Using TS/TG dating agencies as Janet suggested sounds good but you have to be in big cities for them to be present.

As a rule of thumb, only show off one part of your body at a time.