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Trans Man – Accepting and Loving Oneself

One of the greatest challenges a Trans Man face is to accept, embrace and love oneself. To accept themselves for whom they are, their feelings and needs and accepting the fact that not everyone you hold dear to your heart will agree to all your decisions in every step of the way. But choosing to love and honour yourself as a Transgender Man,...

Trans People Trying to Find Love

Trans people find partners the same ways that cis-people do; we put ourselves into places where possible partners are present. Sometimes we do this on purpose and sometimes it just happens. It's important to note that where you live or hang out matters. Openly transgender people have a much easier time meeting dating partners in more...

Strange dream

JessicaSkiko | Sep 19 '18 | Tags: post-op, tg, snowsuit, dream, confused
So last night I had a rather interesting dream. I had transitioned and was post-SRS. Everything was all healed and I looked sexy. I stepped out of the car I was in and realized that I was at a posh ski resort. I was wearing a very sexy European snowsuit with matching mittens. I also had on snow boots that matched as well. The hood was up but...

BEING HAPPY AS A TRANSGENDER

JayneSoHot | Jul 21 '18 | Tags: transgender
Here are a few tips to being happy as a transgender amidst our daily interface with people. These tips can be applied to build confidence and enhance self esteem. 1. Whenever someone says something mean about you being trans, try to remind yourself that this is who you are, and it's your time to be kind and try to help someone...

New and deeply emotional

Corviepaws | Jul 8 '18 | Comments: 1 | Tags: #realpersontruth
I'm new to this site and have not been on it long. I am not a stranger to dating sites I know what they are pretty well and I can't say I have ever gotten a match off of one because I as a person rather fall between the cracks. I imagine some people can relate to the feeling of being so different you don't feel like you fit in anywhere. I live...

Comfort Level

JinianVictoria | May 17 '18
I know I have reached my individual comfort level as a pre-op trans-woman.  It took a long time to find this spot tho,  due to various things in my life that have happened I think that where I am now is going to be my comfort level.  The point is that each of us has to find our own *comfort level*.  Sometimes it is hard and...

Acceptance

JinianVictoria | May 4 '18 | Comments: 1
I will state up front I am a retired Navy corpsman (FMF).  I had a very unique  experience when I came *OUT* as a femm.  The Marines I was the platoon corpsman for were all of one mind...I was Doc...male or female made no difference to them..I was and always will be Doc.  I suppose that they regard me relationship wise as an...

MTF hrt transition

patriciai | Oct 29 '17 | Comments: 8 | Tags: mtf, transexual, hrt transition
Hi, My name is Patricia. I have fought full life with my second soul. When I was teen, I did know that I am girl inside my body. I didnt play with boys, with cars, so nor boys playgrounds. I knew it that I am girl. But my parents always said that "you are not girl, you are boy". I was many years upset from my parents. But I decided one...

The thing about being a transgender woman....

anaika | Jul 24 '17 | Comments: 1 | Tags: love, transgender, beauty, heart, emotions, realness, doubt, confusion, harmony
I discovered that I was transgender a few years back and fought against it for quite sometime.  I remember being ashamed, a freak and just not a real person.  However, once I accepted it something began to change within me.  The fragmented pieces of my heart and mentality started to align with each other.  The battle...
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