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Would you stay in a relationship with someone who changed their sex?
Posted 11/28/13
My sexual drive is that I put my penis in your vagina and squirt my DNA in you which will mix with yours, and nine months later an alien composition of us both pops out of your TARDIS. So unless your vagina can do magic I don't think so. You better put something else in there, for compensation, like an ice cream machine or something, and say "I'm sorry I can't have your babies, but here's a strawberry flavored iced cream." Like seriously, dude, no babies and no ice cream. You're taking away everything? Even my ice cream? No, I don't like you anymore.
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Posted 11/28/13
helll naww i'd ditch the ho
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Posted 11/28/13
Gone so fast her head would spin.
Posted 11/28/13

Chopsuey9444 wrote:

Let's say you meet this significant other who you love and really rocks your world, except surprise surprise, they were formerly a man/woman. Would you still want to remain with that person, or would you leave?


I'd be like "No." D:
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Posted 11/28/13
Not sure, it never really happened to me :c
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Posted 11/28/13
haha no. Everyone here is giving all these extra long answers as if there's really a need. If you're cozy with it, you'll let it, if not, then no. I'm not cozy with someone whom i thought was a female from birth tell me that she had a sex change x years ago. That's like me dating someone and neglecting to tell her that I have a child from a previous relationship. It's fucking rude, selfish and undeserving to someone who you wish to be honest with. Now, I do agree that maybe not telling them EVERYTHING on the 1st date is a smart move, but after a while, you know when you need to be honest.
Posted 11/28/13
Whoa hold up did i just get into a relationship 1st full of lies!!?? did this person straight up date me to later tell me they had a sex change? cus if they did i gotta let u go i dont like a relationship starting on lies .

but either way i would still be like No sorry. theirs alot of problems with this medical wise and i mean like what up if u want a family?!...... but doesnt mean i wouldnt mind being friends.
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Posted 11/28/13
As long as they don't mistreat me, or cheat on me, I'll stick with them!! I would also hope that they will be comfortable enough in our relationship to be honest with me. Other than that, I don't see a reason why I wouldn't stay with them.
Posted 11/28/13 , edited 11/29/13
0. No because I am not gay.
1. even with the best surgery...I wouldn't be fooled into thinking a man is a woman.
2. No because the person would have been lying to me with such a BIG lie...this isn't the "I only slept with 3 three guys in my life" lie.
Honesty is the best policy especially with things like this...you can really get hurt doing this when there is a clueless straight guy who finds out that he's been messing around with another dude. ouch i can just smell hospitalization on this one.
3. No 100% straight guy would just go through with...your now woman was born with a penis.
4. Everyone lies, but if you lie about something big like your sexual orientation or that your transgendered.. than expect to get dumped.
5. Some people are just more honest than others...there's nothing self-righteous about it...if you lie a lot and are OK with dating ppl who lie a lot-thats OK with me. I prefer the more honest type of woman since I am more of a honest man.
Posted 11/28/13
I have no idea how that can be an issue. And I really tire of people acting all self-righteous and saying how they cannot forgive someone who lied to them or whatever.

Everybody lies, get over it. Unless you have never told a single lie or withheld the truth in your life, you have no right to judge someone for doing so. Especially when it concerns something as serious and confidential as this.

I'd be glad if they are able to muster the courage to tell me. I honestly think I would admire them more for it.
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Posted 11/28/13
Gonna outright come out and say it. This happened to me two months ago. I thought she was a woman the entire time, mind you it was easier for her to hide it, because we had an online relationship, mostly through Xbox, etc. She messaged me one day and said "I think there's something I need to tell you before we meet" and she spilled it.

The first thing I told her was "You THOUGHT there was something you had to tell me?!" We had already been going out a year by then. I mean, I tried to be there, tried to support her, but in the end what really killed me was the fact that she lied to me for a year. I'm not saying that I've never lied, but I would NEVER lie about MYSELF. Plus, there were other things during our relationship I couldn't really forgive either, so i suppose that played a big role in our demise in the end.

Anyway, maybe things could have played out a little better, but in the end, we're still best of friends, I support her in every way possible.
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Posted 11/28/13
Honestly, for me it depends on how I find out. There's a difference in him being uncomfortable to admitting formerly being a woman very early on in the relationship, but admitting it a few months in, versus hiding it altogether and me finding out years later through a third party.

For the former, yes, I would stay. I would even admire him more for being able to tell me upfront.

For the latter, I would stay, but also be incredibly hurt by his lack of trust in me. It would also make me wonder what else he was hiding that he didn't want me to know about.
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Posted 11/28/13
Im not sure, honestly, I probably wouldn't...
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Posted 11/28/13
I'm quite sure I'll never end up in that situation, so I do not know how I would react.

The biggest problem would most likely be the lack of ability to reproduce, since most couples tend to want children. It's an interesting subject, though.
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