Yesha Callahan

Open Thread: Would You Date a Transgender Person?

Shawn Stinson, trans bodybuilder + fitness enthusiast.

Shawn Stinson, trans bodybuilder + fitness enthusiast. Photo: Facebook

There is a picture floating around Facebook of man who is allegedly trans. I say “allegedly” because I don’t know him personally, so I’m not sure if he’s actually trans or if somebody erroneously labeled him as such. Either way, his pictures sparked an interesting discussion because brotha is FINE!

His smooth brown skin, muscular body, and neatly trimmed beard had women in the comments section going crazy…until they read the caption.

“Ladies, this is a transgendered woman,” the person wrote under the man’s picture. “Looks like we aren’t the only ones that need to be careful.”

The original poster made light of the man’s pictures, but I started to wonder how many people would date an openly trans person.

If you’re like me, then you know quite a few progressive folks who are pro-LGBT rights, fans of people like Janet Mock and Laverne Cox, and took to social media to congratulate Caitlyn Jenner for making her debut. Despite this, when the pictures of the man were shared with the question, “Would you date him?” many of my friends weren’t too sure.

Some of the responses to the post just straight up said no; others admitted they’d be open to dating a trans person as long as they knew up front; and others said they’d be down, no questions asked.

So where do you fall Clutchettes and Gents?

Would you date a trans man or woman? Share your thoughts, respectfully, in the comments section below!

  1. August 31, 2015 - Reply

    No

  2. August 31, 2015 - Reply

    Helllll no to the no, no, no

  3. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    ABSOLUTELY NOT.

  4. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    Nope!

  5. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    No.

  6. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    I need to see what a male transgender’s part looks like lol? If they are not upfront about it, I need to know how to dinstinguish them lmao

    • September 1, 2015 - Reply

      @Myllee

      It looks like what you have. there has been no successful faux penis surgeries. Think about how our vagina’s sit, different than how a penis sits- different places on the body right? its just not going to work. Everyone deserves to be loved and all but realistically if you want a penis, you need a man or to be okay with using a strap on toy.

  7. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    No and I hope people don’t misrepresent themselves. We all heard the stories, some that ended deadly, of people lying about being transgender, married, down low, etc.

    • September 1, 2015 - Reply

      @binks

      That’s deception and i have heard of instances of where people didn’t know. But i give that the side eye because at some point in the relationship there is intimacy so there is no surprise there when the truth is revealed.

  8. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    No. I date with the end goal of marriage and kids so dating someone trans wouldn’t work for me. I know there are those who would say you can still have both with a trans person and that is true but I am sold on the idea of having children’s that are biologically mine and my husbands.

  9. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    No

  10. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    Trans folks who have gone through all the cosmetics to look like “what they feel” need to disclose that info upfront. I’m not interested in dating transmen and I’m not here for being open minded about whose body gets to be all over my body. End of story. Playing “gotcha” when it comes to dating could get folks unnecessarily hurt. Reminds me of that news article I saw a couple years ago about that Chinese man who sued his ex-wife for giving him an ugly baby because she had tons of cosmetic surgery to change her whole facial features but those features got passed on to the child. Everybody ain’t here for your surprises and your journey ain’t everybody’s cup of tea. So don’t go around tricking people into relationships they never intended to get into thinking love will conquer all.

    • September 1, 2015 - Reply

      @Me

      Exactly Sister. As the old cliche goes, honesty is the best policy. People in any relationship should be upfront, because deception can cause emotional hurt and other serious problems.

      • September 1, 2015 - Reply

        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

        People should give others the choice to decide if the other person wants to participate in something like that.

        • September 1, 2015 - Reply

          @Mary Burrell

          You’re right. A relationship should be taken seriously. People should have the right not to participate in that type of relationship. That is what freedom is all about.

      • September 7, 2015 - Reply

        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

        Good evening Truth.

        • September 7, 2015 - Reply

          @Phoenix Ares

          Hello Sister Phoenix Ares. I wish you a great day.

    • September 1, 2015 - Reply

      @Me

      Preach

  11. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    Sure I would, if I liked the person and they liked me and we had enough in common and we could put up with each other’s crap, I don’t see why not.

    • September 1, 2015 - Reply

      @Kourei

      Are you also bisexual? (all due respect)

      • September 1, 2015 - Reply

        @Me

        Maybe? I’d say queer, I guess. There’s a subset of asexuality where you only rarely feel sexual attraction. I’ve felt real attraction to perhaps 5 people of different genders in the last 30 years, so if I was attracted to a trans person I would want to date them!
        That being said, I’m currently in a committed relationship with a cis hetero dude, so this is really just a thought experiment, not a mating call. 😀

        • September 1, 2015 - Reply

          @Kourei

          I was just testing out my theory. I figured the main people who would be open to dating trans would either be trans themselves or bisexual/sexually fluid.

          • September 1, 2015 - Reply

            @Me

            When you’re just never attracted to anybody, and then you suddenly are attracted to somebody, it really gets your attention for sure.

      • September 2, 2015 - Reply

        @Me

        Hey Me, I’m bi sexual and I still wouldn’t date a trans person. I love natural beauty in women and men and I wouldn’t want to get into a relationship with someone who would need hormones and surgeries to maintain their looks for the rest of their lives. Also no man can create a vagina or a penis, only an approximation of one and I’m not here for it.

        • September 2, 2015 - Reply

          @Staci Elle

          Hm. Then I guess it must be one of the other letters that would go for trans. I don’t see anyone who is attracted to maleness and all that goes into it being attracted to or down for a trans relationship and vice versa for femaleness. Maybe it would have to be people who don’t care about gender/sex at all (which I mistakenly thought described bisexuals). IDK. This is starting to make my head hurt. I should probably just stay out of it & mind my business. lol

          • September 2, 2015 - Reply

            @Me

            LMAO its a good question though.

        • September 2, 2015 - Reply

          @Staci Elle

          Do you Ma 😉

          • September 3, 2015 - Reply

            @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

            I always do.

  12. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    No. I would not be open to dating a transgendered person.

    • September 1, 2015 - Reply

      @noirluv45

      Ditto Sister.

      • September 1, 2015 - Reply

        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

        You know!

  13. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    If the question posed on another site was “Would you date a Black person?” and some of the comments ya’ll wrote were posted in the comments then some of you mfers would be offended. To be honest, I think transgender people are better off without many of ya’ll as dating prospects. It’s the way you act like somebody insulted you by asking the question that bothers me. This is a website, you don’t have to comment on everything, but ya’ll went out of your way to demonize transgender people as if all of them are trying to trick you into dating them. Hateful, just hateful. But let someone say something about Idris Elba being “too street” for a role and ya’ll are crying foul in the comments. Cognitive dissonance in full effect.

    • September 1, 2015 - Reply

      @JJ

      Yet again, the parallel drawn between LGBTQ and black people falls flat. Black people don’t have the option of living life as something they’re not. Hell, black people don’t even have the option of “transitioning” to another race. So trying to bait us into some type of guilt trip by asking how we would feel if someone didn’t want to date black folks is a waste of time. You know exactly what you’re getting upfront when you date black people because our skin is the first thing everybody sees. Can trans folks say the same about their biological sex? I’m guessing by this big push for folks to let them live as their “new gender” w/o “outting” their past, the goal is to act like people don’t care if it’s a bait & switch. All we’re saying is make that disclosure up front & let the person decide if they want you or not. It’s no secret that most folks aren’t interested in trans relationships since most folks want to have traditional families.

    • September 2, 2015 - Reply

      @JJ

      not true, I wouldn’t want to date a white person so I’m not offended if someone doesn’t want to date a Black person, and as Me said its not even the same.

      • September 2, 2015 - Reply

        @Staci Elle

        Also, stating a legitimate preference for a date has nothing to with offending people.

        • September 2, 2015 - Reply

          @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

          there’s someone for everyone 🙂 no need to be pressed.

          • September 2, 2015 - Reply

            @Staci Elle

            Exactly. 🙂 Life is too short to be pressed anyway.

          • September 2, 2015 - Reply

            @Staci Elle

            Goodnight Sister. Have fun now in the Net now, ye hear. 😉

            Yes, I’m a Black Southerner.

            Peace and Blessings to you.

            • September 2, 2015 - Reply

              @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

              You too! where in the south are you from? my sisters Boyfriend is from Backstrup LA and he’s mad coo

              • September 2, 2015 - Reply

                @Staci Elle

                P.S. I’m from Virginia.

                • September 2, 2015 - Reply

                  @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                  757

                  • September 2, 2015 - Reply

                    @Mr. Z

                    You already know.

                  • September 2, 2015 - Reply

                    @Mr. Z

                    #7 Cities.

                • September 5, 2015 - Reply

                  @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                  I don’t know why I always associate VA with the east coast. Don’t clown my ass pretty please.

                  • September 5, 2015 - Reply

                    @Staci Elle

                    I won’t Sweetie. I’m not that type of person. That is only reserved for trolls, racists, etc.

                    • September 5, 2015 - Reply

                      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                      lol thanks 😀 Telll VA to stop being so close to DC It confuses a sista. 😉 Shout to Virginia beach and Norfolk I had fun there.

                      • September 5, 2015 - Reply

                        @Staci Elle

                        LOL. You so silly. 😉 DMV is like Voltron. We are lined like a puzzle. Virginia will have to be close to D.C. for the time being I suppose. I’m glad that you had fun in the 757.

                        • September 5, 2015 - Reply

                          @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                          Jus playin and yes I sure did!

                          • September 5, 2015 - Reply

                            @Staci Elle

                            That’s great Sister.

    • September 7, 2015 - Reply

      @JJ

      Did you not read this? The question clearly posed was “Would YOU date a transgendered person?” Posted here, on a PUBLIC forum. That means open to everyone in cyberspace to answer. This is not a private forum where only those who agree with the blogger or your views can respond. I’m not exactly an avid supporter of the LGBT cause but nor am I against it. YET. I believe in everyone living as they choose but my tolerance ends when I feel it’s being shoved down my throat. I will say this though: I am starting to lose what little support I had for these people because what I see is this: it’s being forcibly advocated as the normal way to go. This, while literally deeming heterosexuality – which is very normal to ME as an individual – as a politically incorrect “lifestyle”. So if you wanna go there with it I’m fixing to hitch a ride with you.

      I’ve been hit on by bisexual/lesbian women who knew damn well I was straight, and I’ve gotten some of them fired because of it. They ruined their careers because thy couldn’t take no for an answer. There’s a perception every woman on earth is bicurious, bisexuals bi-whatever-fuck-else-made-up-term there is, when some of us in fact deal with only men. You got this kid now bitching over not being accepted in the girls’ locker room. Walked his all-male, woman-dressing ass into a female locker room and starts undressing around other girls preparing to shower or dress. And now he’s having a cow because those girls got upset and complained. This kid wasn’t satisfied with the unisex bathroom his high school built just for the likes of him….noooo. He just had to have a locker room and thinks flinging his dick around chicks not comfortable with this is an exception because he’s transgendered. He needs to use the boys’ locker then. Stupid shit like this that makes me lose any sympathy I might have for LGBTs. And bottom line, a straight chick like me has a right to REFUSE dating a woman posing as a dude. I don’t care if she’s had the switch. She will always be nothing but a chemically-altered mutilated female. And I have the right to know this upfront. And I can promise you I’ll know. I do background checks on men I mess with and not making this shit up. People like this “man” in the picture can date who they want. They can just do it other people. I don’t go there. Point blank.

  14. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    I’ll pass, trans people gross me out honestly

  15. September 1, 2015 - Reply

    Yes. I would be open to date a trans person. If everything else falls into place such as personality, looks, education etc. I don’t hold it entirely against anyone who wouldn’t though. Entirely.

  16. September 2, 2015 - Reply

    Although I personally would not want to date a transgendered person, I am supportive of their struggle. Just as I feel with those who are in the closet about their sexuality, I do empathize with the ‘outing’ of yourself to others. I do hope that people are honest with current and potential partners, but I do understand how difficult it may be to disclose that information. And in some cases it may be dangerous, but as with everything its best to be honest and upfront with whoever you deal with so the other person has the option to opt-out.

  17. September 3, 2015 - Reply

    When it comes to who people date, nobody’s equal because that’s a very personal decision. Everybody has the right to choose who they will and won’t date. Oppressed or not, most folks are not down for it, and as you can see folks are not shy about admitting who they’ll go for as a mate. That’s not transphobia. That’s choice. And there are plenty of readers on this site who have been just as vocal about not dating bm, not dating wm, etc. So miss me w/the sob story about folks responding to a question. As long as trans folks are upfront with their situation then there’s no problem. And PLEASE miss me with the “countless deaths of Black trans women”. Show me stats of “countless”. Trans folks deserve to live just like anybody else, but don’t pretend they’re being snuffed out in this country. P.S. the existence of black trans doesn’t move me so take the guilt trip elsewhere.

    • September 3, 2015 - Reply

      @Me

      WIth all due respect, Me, JJ is right about the violence against transgender people of color, especially. Trans POC are disproportionately the targets of hate crimes and suffer rates of suicide much higher than any other segment of the population. In fact, research conducted by the Southern Poverty Law Center estimates that transgender WOC are the group most victimized by hate violence in the US, and in the first two months of 2015, trans women of color were murdered at the rate of one per week. You mentioned wanting to see some stats, so I’d suggest maybe taking a look at the Mother Jones article posted online on June 26th (titled, It’s Incredibly Scary to Be a Transgender Woman of Color Right Now). It’s well-researched and contains the kind of information JJ was referring to in her comment.

      I respect your choice to be with whomever you want, and that of anyone else. However, we have to understand that some of the language used to describe transgender people in this comment section and elsewhere contributes to their dehumanization and is a key factor in the process by which trans folks are seen as “less than”. Being seen as “less than” risks exposing them to greater violence.

      Expressing a preference in terms of who you want to date is not necessarily intolerant in and of itself. However, preferences don’t exist in a vacuum – they’re informed by our upbringing, the society we live in, etc, and I would just urge us to keep that in mind when we discuss this issue.

      Truthfully, I have no interest in laying a guilt trip on you. I just wish we as Black people were more aware of how another group of Black people – in this case, Black transgender folk – experience not only many of the same aggressions and microaggressions that most of us face daily, but also added ones (including physical violence), both within our communities and in the outside world.

      • September 3, 2015 - Reply

        @Adebisi's Hat

        Thanks for the info. I can respect the fact that they are dealing with aggressions in their day to day life, but I will say this in regards to the language folks have been using in this comment section. I scrolled through to see if I was just not seeing how bad it comes off, and if the whole bait & switch part of the convo is the problem then I feel like trans folks need to be more realistic about what they expect from other people. I’ve seen lots of news stories where folks are dragged b/c they put someone’s business out there about them being trans or b/c they ask if they’ve had the surgery yet, which makes it seem like trans folks ARE trying to hide that fact about themselves & pass for biological men/women until they get to the point of no return. No other group has that privilege when it comes to dating. POC can’t hide the fact that they’re not white until after the white person they’re dating has “fallen in love w/them for who they are”. Gays & lesbians can’t hide their orientation until after love sets in w/their same sex partner. It seems like trans folks want to be one foot in one foot out & expect everybody else to just hop to it based on their whims. I don’t think it’s too much to ask that trans folks be upfront about their journeys w/whoever they’re trying to date. The last thing anybody wants is to find out they’ve been carrying on a relationship w/someone that is not what they were looking for when that someone could’ve saved everybody’s time from get go. It’s no different than wanting to know if somebody has kids upfront for folks who don’t date parents, or wanting to know if someone is/was married for folks who don’t date married/divorced folks, etc. Trans folks should be expected to respect everyone else’s dating choices just like they expect us to respect their identity. Do you, but be honest about it. And leave out all the drama behind why trans folks don’t have the same dating options as everyone else. If you’re not someone’s cup of tea, we should all be able to shake hands and go our separate ways. Now, if there’s a nicer way to say that then I’m all ears, but the gist is the same.

        I also wanna address the idea that preference is influenced by your upbringing. It seems like more & more we’re being told to act like biology means nothing, when the reality is outside of having a “type”, the overwhelming majority of folks mate for the purpose of creating offspring. That has nothing to do w/environment, that’s pure & simple science. All creatures procreate, and outside of a few abnormalities, the human species is a male-female type of sexual being. That’s not to say anybody should be treated unfairly if they aren’t part of the norm or that they don’t deserve “love”, but I won’t pretend that all these special groups are commonplace for how our biology was designed to work. I find it a little insulting to be expected to act like being open to dating anybody who shows an interest in you is normal. It’s not. Respecting each other shouldn’t mean pretending that dating is just some philosophical concept instead of the primary way that the human species continues to exist. I would hope that the entire LGBTQ spectrum would come to grips with the fact that them being the minority means they have to be okay with how slim their dating pool is. It’s not about politics or environment, it’s just science. Expecting large swaths of people to be open to going against their biological design is just unrealistic.

        • September 3, 2015 - Reply

          @Me

          Thanks for your reply. My previous comment had virtually nothing to do with the idea of a “bait and switch”, as some have termed it, or with the notion that large swaths of people should be expected to go against their “biological design”. I clearly stated that I have no issue with people deciding for themselves who they want to date. That will always be the case. I’m not here to convince you or anyone else to date trans people against your will because, as far as I’m concerned, that helps no one – neither transgender nor cisgender folks. My comment specifically addressed the lack of compassion many cisgender people express when discussing the lives of trans people – and was a direct response to your assertion that, “Trans folks deserve to live just like anybody else, but don’t pretend they’re being snuffed out in this country.” My point was that the lives of trans people – contrary to your belief – ARE being snuffed out all over this country.

          As for biology versus upbringing within the context of this discussion: I merely mentioned upbringing as one of several factors that plays a role in determining gender identity and expression. Nowhere did I say it was the sole factor, nor that it overrides biology. What I find interesting is that as we learn more about trans people in the public eye, the discussion becomes (slowly and marginally) more nuanced and drives us to take a closer look at the interplay between biology and other external factors. We’re learning that the wiring of our brains (which of course falls under the category of biology) IS actually key to both gender identity and expression, and to sexual/romantic attraction. So, in a sense you’re right about biology being a driving force – but not necessarily in the way you may conceive of it. Furthermore, traditional gender roles – in other words, how people are expected by society to act based on the gender assigned to them at birth – actually represent a social construct, not a biological one.

          As someone who identifies as a straight cisgender woman (that is, my gender identity and expression are in line with the female sex I was assigned at birth), I can’t presume to speak for all trans people. In my efforts at researching an issue that is admittedly far from my own personal experience, the understanding I’ve come away with is that while many cisgender folks regard trans people as perpetrating a deception or fraud intended to mislead others, trans people feel that in transitioning or in choosing how they want to express their gender identity, they are actually living as their true selves and being transparent. The issue of gender dysphoria is also important, because while many trans people choose not to undergo medical treatment for various reasons, for others, surgically transitioning can actually be a medical necessity. For trans people who suffer from gender dysphoria, this can mean severe depression, anxiety, and even suicidal ideation. The key thing is that gender dysphoria can be treated by allowing the people it affects to socially and medically transition. So, whether society approves or not, these trans people aren’t attempting to fool anyone – this is something they need to be able to live their lives.

          Ultimately, I believe there are far more people in our society who don’t subscribe to the male/female binary than we think, and I as a Black person who only has personal experience of the aggressions I face in my own life, have no desire to perpetuate or increase the discrimination faced by trans people of all races. For me, that means making an effort to educate myself on a subject about which I’m still learning and to refrain from contributing to the dynamic that places the lives of transgender people in danger. As always, you’re welcome to your own opinion.

          • September 3, 2015 - Reply

            @Adebisi's Hat

            I’m going to leave my opinions at this. I can’t believe that anyone is living their true self who feels the need to hide their past. So if trans folks are uncomfortable revealing their biological sex, I don’t stand by it as anything less than deception (not saying they need to reveal it to everybody they meet, but that’s critical dating information).

            Now… Regarding gender roles changing/gender identity/gender expression, those are not biological issues. How men & women behave or express themselves is driven by choice, not by biology, but mating is driven by biology. It’s the reason so many folks are able to go through decades of being in a hetero marriage, create kids, and then turn around & announce they’re gay/trans. Biologically, they’re bodies do what they’re designed to do regardless of what’s going on in their heads. Otherwise, outside of rape, a gay man would never be able to get it up for a woman no matter how long he’s been in the closet & the same for gay women. And regarding needing to transition medically b/c of depression, anxiety, etc. that’s just a bandaid. I don’t believe that cosmetic surgery or cross dressing or hormone therapy cures mental illness or dysphoria, it just allows someone to pretend the problem no longer exists & puts them in a position to deal with a whole new set of issues w/now having to convince other people to address them through what’s going on in their heads instead of through what reality is.

            • September 3, 2015 - Reply

              @Me

              Truly, I wish we lived in a world where trans people could be entirely forthcoming about their pasts. Unfortunately, we simply don’t. Rather, we live in a world in which trans people are sometimes forced to hide – to avoid discrimination and violence, to have some semblance at a fresh start and for their own personal privacy. It’s always my personal preference that people be forthcoming, but I can certainly understand why they wouldn’t be when faced with the possible real-life consequences of divulging that information.

              As for this: “Regarding gender roles changing/gender identity/gender expression, those are not biological issues” and this: “regarding needing to transition medically b/c of depression, anxiety, etc. that’s just a bandaid”, I’m afraid biologists, psychologists and anthropologists (in other words, experts) say you’re wrong on those matters, and there’s actually a wealth of information that refutes your viewpoint, if you should care to seek it out.

              The thing is, neither you nor I, nor anyone else gets to decide how another person sees themselves and chooses to present themselves to the world, and I personally don’t have a problem with that.

              Ultimately, it seems we won’t ever see eye-to-eye on this particular issue, and that’s fine. We’ve had the opportunity to agree on many other issues here on Clutch and I look forward to reading more of your opinions. I always appreciate being able to have a respectful discussion with a stranger online and I wish you a great day.

              • September 3, 2015 - Reply

                @Adebisi's Hat

                You have a great day too AH. I look forward to our next exchange of thoughts. Peace.

  18. September 5, 2015 - Reply

    it’s all well & fine as long as you disclose from the jump what/who you are, that way no one will end up hurt or harmed. Give the other person involved a chance to digest & think about it all & then go fr. there.

  19. September 5, 2015 - Reply

    I would say yes.

  20. September 6, 2015 - Reply

    A pansexual person would. That’s someone who is sexually attracted to everyone I’m not pans, so no.

    • September 8, 2015 - Reply

      @Simba711

      Never heard of that. Interesting.

  21. September 7, 2015 - Reply

    No, I would not. I like men. Men who are actually the real opposite sex. I deal with biologically-born males who were born as and act like actual men. Not a she-he/it that thinks it (she) should have been born packing a penis. Ya’ll can miss me with that.

  22. September 7, 2015 - Reply

    As a queer person of color, this is a tricky question for me. While I have the utmost respect for trans people and their struggle, I would find the challenges of dating such a person too problematic for me and my expectations of a fulfilling sexual relationship.

    For a transworman, unless they transitioned early in life, their default way of being, and yes, looking, would be from the male gender they were born into, and that would be problematic for me. No matter what they did, or how much they spent, they would still come off as a man in drag to me, and create too much of a cognitive dissonance for me to relate to them as a woman in a lesbian relationship.

    Similarly, being with a transman would be an issue because at this time, the one thing that makes men fun to deal with (i.e., their penis) transmen are unable to achieve surgically, so I would have to deal with all of the not so fun effects of testosterone on a person (yucky body hair, aggression, baldness) with none of the benefits (a nice penis). I don’t see how I could make this a win-win situation sexually for me. :-

  23. September 7, 2015 - Reply

    As a back trans man I want you ladies to know that I as the hundreds of other trans men I know have standards as well. We don’t try to date the first woman that comes across out path. My preference is to date someone who is successful, educated, does not have more than one baby daddy and is not self centered or has self esteem. from what I read in the article above it mentioned nothing about bait and switch, you all seemed to assume that is what trans people do. I live my life out loud and proud. Everyone that know me knows that I am in transition, there is nothing to hide. Just like you have choices, options and values and standards so do we. I respect, support my brothers and sisters but the hatefulness can be put away. We will never become the tribe we once were as long as we are so easily divided and conquered amongst ourselves. Oh and just so you know that I have nothing to hide my name is Iden Campbell McCollum.

  24. October 22, 2015 - Reply

    No, at some point in my future I want to start a family, I want biological children with my future wife 10 years down the line.

  25. October 25, 2015 - Reply

    Personally, I would never date a transgender girl. I need to be physically attracted to her as well as her personality.

  26. November 7, 2015 - Reply

    Knowingly no while I’m aromantic(don’t feel romantic attraction) even if I wasn’t dating a transwoman knowingly doesnt appeal to me I’d want a cis woman.

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