when people get judged by the way they look. are people more/less likely to talk to them? For example if there was a group of straight guys and a transgender person walked past, (male to female transition) wearing loads of makeup would they be nice to him or judge him and make fun of him. Has anybody experienced this or heard of any stories
Do transgenders have a hard time in the community? Do they get treated differently?
What Guys Said 6
depends on the group. Some don't care, but others look for any excuse to pick on anyone. With transgender, and particularly with M2F transgenders, some straight guys tend to get insecure in their sexuality. They want to make it widely known that they would never have sex with a dude, because if other people think they would have sex with a dude, then if some random hot chick decides she wants to have sex with any available male, she might think that guys who want to have sex with other guys are not available.
Plus, I don't think other guys really 'buy' the transgender thing. I think most just assume it is a basic desire to be submissive, taken to a perceived extreme - i. e. if goats were considered the most submissive creatures men regularly fuck, M2F transgenders would, instead, wear horns and insist they are a goat.
Personally, I'm on the fence about it. It's not my world, so it's not my concern. However, I don't think anyone should be bullied over it.
There's a transgender who I'm acquainted with on campus and he's phenomenal. He's an excellent cosplay er and I'm honestly really jealous. In my experience, can hardly tell the difference (unless its plain obvious) but I've never discriminated against a Transgender before. Though I do know some who have been discriminated against. They're pretty hardy though. I'm sure they knew the hardships of their choice but stuck with it regardless and I have overwhelming respect for them because of it1
Maybe, depends how thick their skin is. Whenever I've seen one I've done a double take because it's unusual, it's natural to be interested in something you don't see every day. I've noticed other people do the same, stare, or laugh, I've never seen someone be abusive.0
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Only the religious nutcases who believe it's still the 19th century give transgenders a hard time. Most people include myself do not give them a hard time. People who are transgenders are living their life and should be treating with respect.2
What Girls Said 6
depends. in my experience my transgender friends get judge and harassed all the time1
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My experience it's there reaction finding out that there attracted to a chic with a dick. Some guys are embarrassed some talk shit an I'm at my car with a weapon. Most of the guys I'm attached to enough to let bone me are married. Married guys are also the nicest an the horniest. When I see the ring i know I'm going to be sore the next day.0
i think they don't have much problem0
What I can't get over... is why they can't be honest about who they are. Not all of them but some. I've heard stories about straight men dating them and they dont tell them they still have a dick.1
It's really hard in my country, they get bullied, a lot of them commit suicide, sometime their parents want to make them go in a House for mad people and some of them change of country because it's too hard.2
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