This question was inspired by a question that someone else asked.. http://www.girlsaskguys.com/dating/q1943622-would-you-date-someone-who-is-transgender and i asked "isnt there surgery for that?" i mean, lets say you meet someone, and it seems like they have all the right parts, then you find out that they used to be a different gender and had surgery, would you still date them or become intimate with them? Looking forward to hearing your answers.
Like i said, this person treated you right, they made you happy and you THOUGHT it was just like a regular thing, then you found out they used to be your gender. Im actually amazed at the number of people saying "NO" right off the bat... the same people who say that they are looking for good relationships... This person was a good relationship... they just happened to be your gender AT FIRST. You would destroy an amazing relationship over some crappy principle? Guess you don't want one then
For anyone else answering after this point, what i forgot to mention was that you were ALREADY dating this person, then you found out... i don't know how.. ran into an old friend, saw an old pic, saw the surgery bill... etc.
i am pansexual~ the "hearts, not parts"-est on the spectrum of human sexuality. ergo i don't choose my partners based on gender and would still date a trans person if she or he possessed the qualities i look for in a partner. but let's look past the gender thing for a minute and focus on what's more important in this scenario.
trust is essential to any relationship, and lying is a surefire way to violate that. i'd rather if the person was honest with me upfront because i can't stay in a relationship with someone i don't trust.
I feel like despite a sex change and the proper surgery, a woman turned man would still be too feminine of a man for me. I like really manly men, so I don't know that I would even be attracted to them from the get go even without knowing.
I don't think I could. I fully embrace that everyone deserves to feel beautiful in their own skin however that physically manifests and I am open to friendships with people of all shapes and sizes. but I can usually tell if someone has transitioned (or is transitioning) and don't know if my mind could get past it, personally. I'm into a certain type of men, I like a certain body type, body hair, smell, mannerism, deep voice... I guess really if a person had all of the qualities I liked about men then maybe it could work.
I'm bisexual. (I don't like labelling myself as Pan) and yeah I totally would date someone who's trans. I'd hope they'd be honest and tell me about their past if they wanted to and trusted me but if they didn't I would understand. It's about who someone is right now, not who they used to be.
So they have a mental illness called gender dysphora and I think just because they got their boobs cut off they are a man. That not only makes me completely disregard science ans basic facts of life but I'm mentally ill to when I know It's woman but I delude myself to think it's a man. Trans men always look like men , transgender women need to have tons and tons of plastic surgery. either way your still a chick, I don't care I'm not dating you. And you can act as masculine as you want your still going to have for female ways come through. and I've known many transwomen and they just act like flaming gays, and they have people's after transition on how to act female. Done support the it.
I've been friends with trans people in my teens, the transwomen needed to get 20+ plus of cosmetic surgery to look female. And the fact that one would go to such lengths to alter the way they where born isn't mentally haelthy. the answer is no I would not date them. Their feelings aren't validated by science. Noone is born in the wrong body. Id rather date a transwoman than transman, Im not attracted to female pheromones as long as you have XX chromosomes no amount hormones will keep your putuitary glands from producing female pheromones same with transmwomen they can shove it inside out and their glands will still produce male pheromones.
No, I wouldn't be able to get over the fact the used to have a dick. Even if visually they kinda look like a girl Im not sure it would feel the same or taste the same when going down on them. All they have is a surgically inverted penis. Also I think they need to do all this extra stuff to keep things lubricated and prevent infection.
I wouldn't, there's no such thing as used to be a different gender. Even if you get a surgery, you will always be the gender you were born, you can't completely change yourself and the change isn't natural. A man will never be able to fully be a woman and a woman will never be able to fully be a man.
Jerry Springer once had a *totally* convincing transgendered (but presurgical) M2F that confessed to her fiance weeks before the wedding. She was so convincing that the producer had to check. Other than that, they fool no one.
Even after the surgery, I guarantee they don't *taste* right (Just the thought, ick).
No way! If a man chops of his dick, gets fake breast and lazers away his beard, it is still a man! Once a man, always a man, same with women. Conchita Wurst and Caitlyn Jenner are men and doing the above stages will never change who they are. That's just disgusting... o. O. Guess what? Erik Sprague (A. k. a. The Lizzardman) is not a real lizzard :O. Isn't that a surprise? He is a MAN trying to look like a lizzard.
It's possible, I wouldn't care if they have a penis honestly. I guess I am bisexual. Nothing against them, but honestly most trans people are just unattractive to me and it has nothing to do with their genitals, it's the whole package. If they were exceptionally cute and mentally healthy (i. e. not obsessed over being a victim because they are trans) then sure.