Free transgender dating site
That differs by person, so where do we draw the line feasibly?Do we make every person upload a detailed profile of everything that someone might care about in a prospective partner and make the results endlessly searchable? As for feeling that trans people owe it to make it known that they are trans from the jump, I don’t agree that they should be obligated to do that.This seems somewhat analogous to a recent CMV post about people with disabilities (e.g. The OP said they felt that a person should have put that they use a wheelchair on their dating profile.The consensus in the comments though seemed to be that a person in a wheelchair shouldn’t HAVE to disclose that about themselves in their dating profile, just as there are many other things a person might not put front and center due to any number of reasons.My profiles say that I don't do trans people or homosexuals, but not everyone reads, and a rare few have even perceived that as a challenge. Still: I'd like a filter for when I'm browsing to automatically filter out trans people.So if you’re attracted and suddenly lose interest because the person is trans it’s their fault or the dating websites fault?
It’s just you have to realize that becomes your problem and you can just ignore them.
So here's the thing though, assuming this is just the "can she have children" factor.
What if you find out after chatting her up that she is a cisgendered woman who happens to be sterile?
In one case I was already at the bar drinking when they arrived and it was obvious that they were trans and either hoped I wouldn't notice or wouldn't care.
In both of the latter cases there's embarrassment, rejection, and a waste of time for both parties - easily avoided by filtering on something that can very much be a dealbreaker for folks like me.