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Finding Love for Trans Women

Finding love and dating at times can be very hard. Currently, people date for various reasons. Either for a serious courtship that will lead to marriage or for companionship to tackle the issue of being isolated and lonely. Other people date for them to fit into a particular class of people. Dating for people is hard at times. It's much tough...

Dating Site for Transgender

Transgenders are those that have a different identity from the sex assigned to us at birth. The word transgender is the modern definition that is used in the late 20th century. A trans woman is a woman who was assigned male at birth. Trans women face discrimination in many areas of life, like society, employment, access to...

For Trans Men Struggling With Their Identity

For Trans Men, it may be difficult at first to understand what exactly is happening. You are in the middle of an identity crisis and you don’t know where to turn to or what to do. Some days are okay but other days you’d rather be anything but alive. Don’t worry you are not alone. Many transgender people struggle with their identity...

Being Queer and Struggling with Gender Identity

If we talk about online dating for trans, men, and people of other gender identities, we also need to talk about our other, intersectional facets of our identities. While gender and sexual orientation refer to two very distinct aspects of our human lives, acronyms like LGBTQIA+ suggest that the transgender community is part...

My Family Would Not Accept My Trans Partner

It can be stressful and discouraging when your family members don’t accept the love of your life for being transgender. Whether you have decided to open up about your status or you want to stand up for the transgender community, dealing with family members, especially parents, can be hard. While it may be difficult to talk...

There Is No Such Thing as Not Trans Enough

One of the things that I see happening a lot within the trans community is a lot of people who are unable or unwilling to see themselves as “trans enough.” This can range from denying their own gender or claiming that they're not “trans enough” to qualify as trans. Those who believe themselves to not be adequately trans may fall under a...

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