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Would you date a transgender?
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Posted 10/2/15 , edited 10/2/15
I was in the "gender" thread and part of me is now wondering if there are even any transgender people in Crunchy. Either way, the question is pretty simple.

Personally, if she looks enough like a woman, I'd go for it simply because I'm not exactly a looker myself and anyone that can see past me being a not-so-attractive man and like me for me should be treated the same way.

Since I've been a virgin for this long, sex isn't that big of a deal to me so I can honestly see myself just being in a relationship simply because.

And also, if anyone saw Ixion Saga DT



but yeah, your thoughts?
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Posted 10/2/15
Yeah only for once in my life
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kinza2015 wrote:

Yeah only for once in my life


how very open minded
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Posted 10/2/15
My answer to this is exactly the same as my answer to this thread: http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-915395/first-date-from-internet-but-after-conversation-its-obvious-partner-lied-and-is-trans-g?pg=0


I can see why they wouldn't immediately start off the conversation with: Hi! I'm transgender. I definitely did not start off any of my dates with: "Hi! I am a woman [with lady bits]. Do you like lady bits?". It makes more sense for them to tell you in person. I don't think it would really bother me because if I like the person, I would see where it goes, if I don't, I'll tell them so. If we have no physical chemistry, then that's that. It's like any other relationship. It would be super weird if the first interaction you had with a person before going on a date was to exchange information about your genitals.


I recently started reading this helpfully informative web-site (http://www.transwhat.org/), that clarified for me that transgender can mean a lot of things because it is essentially an umbrella term. When I made the above statement, I was assuming that the OP was referring to a bigender or genderqueer individual, and that was wrong. Most of the statement still stands though because I haven't gotten around to reading the glossary of terms page yet - I'm looking forward to it.
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Posted 10/2/15
Nope.
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Posted 10/2/15 , edited 10/2/15
Uh huh.
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Posted 10/2/15
I'm sure we're talking about trans folks that pass.
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Posted 10/2/15

Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:

My answer to this is exactly the same as my answer to this thread: http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-915395/first-date-from-internet-but-after-conversation-its-obvious-partner-lied-and-is-trans-g?pg=0


I can see why they wouldn't immediately start off the conversation with: Hi! I'm transgender. I definitely did not start off any of my dates with: "Hi! I am a woman [with lady bits]. Do you like lady bits?". It makes more sense for them to tell you in person. I don't think it would really bother me because if I like the person, I would see where it goes, if I don't, I'll tell them so. If we have no physical chemistry, then that's that. It's like any other relationship. It would be super weird if the first interaction you had with a person before going on a date was to exchange information about your genitals.


I recently started reading this helpfully informative web-site (http://www.transwhat.org/), that clarified for me that transgender can mean a lot of things because it is essentially an umbrella term. When I made the above statement, I was assuming that the OP was referring to a bigender or genderqueer individual, and that was wrong. Most of the statement still stands though because I haven't gotten around to reading the glossary of terms page yet - I'm looking forward to it.


I wasn't trying to offend anyone, y'know. I am ignorant to transgender terms so I just used the basic one. I'm sorry
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Kid2daKrazx wrote:

I wasn't trying to offend anyone, y'know. I am ignorant to transgender terms so I just used the basic one. I'm sorry


As am I, so I thought I would share the resource. The openly trans person in my life says that they are only offended by people who choose to remain ignorant and don't even try to learn more about these things. If you go through the glossary section of the web-site you might find what term it is you were looking for.

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Posted 10/2/15 , edited 10/2/15

Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:


Kid2daKrazx wrote:

I wasn't trying to offend anyone, y'know. I am ignorant to transgender terms so I just used the basic one. I'm sorry


As am I, so I thought I would share the resource. The openly trans person in my life says that they are only offended by people who choose to remain ignorant and don't even try to learn more about these things. If you go through the glossary section of the web-site you might find what term it is you were looking for.



fair enough, I checked out the site and after reading, I actually do mean "transgender" as in a group of people that say "damn my gender" and identify, relate to and/or appear to be like their opposite gender as an entirety.
Posted 10/2/15
Probably not or maybe I don't know, cause I think people who make a big deal out of how they want people to identify them or just the whole confusion of "I don't know what gender I am" would be a pain to deal with (though on a certain level I can understand their plight).

All in all if they were level headed and wouldn't lose their equanimity when I questioned them about themselves then sure I'd go on a date with them even If it was a chick with a thingy or a dude turned into a chick if I found them attractive, though I wouldn't be with them long since I would like to have kids at some point in my life.
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Kid2daKrazx wrote:

fair enough, I checked out the site and after reading, I actually do mean "transgender" as in a group of people that say "damn my gender" and identify, relate to and/or appear to be like their opposite gender as an entirety.


Thanks for the clarification. In that case, I think I would have the most difficulty with an androgyne or bigender person. I think it would be difficult at first to use gender neutral pronouns for that person and I might upset them when I slip up.

Posted 10/2/15

I know there are people who can do it, but personally can't.
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Posted 10/2/15
Nooooooooooooooooooo, I like mah ladies to be actual ladies
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Posted 10/2/15 , edited 10/2/15
Not really. I know, quite ironic.
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