Dating pre op transsexual
I mean, from my understanding, here's how I see it: If somebody is going through an operation to become a woman, they are in every way a woman.They already were in their minds, but just not body.When your cards are on the table right away (but again, laid out in a gentle and genuine way) they are less likely to feel weird about it. In terms of practicalities, you may try something like..."I really want us to get to know each other better, but there's something I'd like to be fully transparent about mostly because I do really like you/care about you, and I respect you...I was born a boy, even though I never felt like one.
Would you continue dating them if this fact was established early on in the relationship? Vital information like that should be established before things get serious.2. Not just because I don't personally agree with dating a trans woman, but I also absolutely hate being lied to.In my heart and soul, I've always been a girl, and once I was able to, I made physical changes to live the way I've always felt inside.I understand if you haven't really come across this in the past, but please know this doesn't change any part of what we've had so far.You can refine your explanation of things once you start getting to know each other I I never tell them but again I am post op, with a passable female body (hips, butt, etc).
I never dated pre-op as the thought of two bodies with two penises meeting never appealed to me, but that's just me.
I wouldn't mind that she didn't tell me, because again, it's something very personal that is understandably not something you're just going to tell someone immediately.