(Note: Things are different for every person, situation and relationship.This is from the perspectives of four trans-identified people who offer up their own experiences as personal advice.)Rudy is 25, Middle Eastern and identifies as a straight male.
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Interestingly, at the same time, a female could be attracted to a pre-op FTM and also be heterosexual, by being attracted to the current state's masculine qualities and not the future state's biological sex.
I'm mtf that will never transition and basically live out life as a cis guy. Wondering what percent of ftm guys would date cisguys or nontransitioning mtfs. I would, if they were a great person, and a match for me.
We broke up for many reasons one was she was very controlling and had problems with my genderqueer “stuff” i.e my deodorant or the fact that I wear boxers and men’s clothes.
After we broke up I hit what I call the Trans Walls, where I needed to face the fact that was was not living and if I didn’t transition I was going to kill myself. When we met my wife identified as straight, I know that I am very lucky.
I'm mtf that will never transition and basically live out life as a cis guy. Wondering what percent of ftm guys would date cisguys or nontransitioning mtfs.
Relationships are constantly challenged by changes of all kinds because people themselves are always evolving.
He had a girlfriend during his social transition at 22 (so no surgery or hormone usage at the time). Simon* is 32 and began medically transitioning two years ago, although he identified as genderqueer/on the trans spectrum for the last 10 years. He was in a three-year, long-distance relationship at the beginning of his transition.
Evan: I realized I was trans* when I was 18 while I was at college in San Francisco.
But my only experience with dating men is from back when I wasn´t out yet.
Or had even thought about transition, so I can´t really help you there.
He even has an assistant to weed through the letters, answering most with a cursory "Thanks for your interest and support" note. And though it said nothing particularly charming or saucy or brilliant, he felt he needed to respond. The old-fashioned way, with letters chaste enough to show your grandmother. Nor did we write about our similar careers or engage in eager romantic self-promotion. Something the whole of my history would have insisted mattered, and yet, did not. He told me, in his typically open, candid style, that he had not been born a man.