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Joined: 04 Nov 2017, 06:50

04 Nov 2017, 11:45 #1

this would be dream come true if i could have date or be connected to sexy attractive transfemale person i would love šŸ’˜ her do my best protect her i to have feminine side bout me sometimes wishing that was one myself}zena
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06 Nov 2017, 09:22 #2

Have you tried to find one, for instance by reaching out to your local LGBT community?
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06 Nov 2017, 09:23 #3

(I am intrigued by your avatar/logo. What does it mean?)
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Joined: 04 Nov 2017, 06:50

06 Nov 2017, 11:22 #4

thanks yes i tried but can't seem get through I've come in contact with three one was just after money šŸ’° other was over weigh an got short winded kinda quick third one just trying thing's out to see how far she could get n how many guy's come contact with not being racial all three were black}zena
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07 Nov 2017, 13:44 #5

I see. Well, I guess it is hard enough to find a soul mate if you are a non-transgender person attracted to other non-transgender persons. But you are out there! That is a good thing.
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07 Nov 2017, 14:22 #6

jackmolay wrote: I see. Well, I guess it is hard enough to find a soul mate if you are a non-transgender person attracted to other non-transgender persons. But you are out there! That is a good thing.
yes i maybe non trans person but interested in them not just for sexual preference other reasons to not going judge either i want be one myself also or be transformed completely from this male body to female or transfemale but don't have fund's do it with or know who contact bout doing it right there is feminine person within me so i cd every chance i get}zena
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22 Nov 2017, 20:46 #7

EvenĀ  though my ultimateĀ  goal is to be aĀ  full time woman, to this point David my guy sideĀ  hasĀ  dated someĀ  wonderful transĀ  giftedĀ  ladies/Ā 
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23 Nov 2017, 17:42 #8

then you were lucky guy david being with one more than just few mintues or hour's time third one i encountered was sexy in ways wanted her to be only got spend short time with her she was in hurry for next guy come entertain her plus be paid for time although did come across a white one saying was trans actually was a cd we spent more time together got to point liked being together talking dressing up even went to bar than came back to mingle kinda wish hadn't lost her to another female:zena
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24 Nov 2017, 06:38 #9

You know deep down in the core of your being that you are a woman, and you have a goal to live full time as yourself, but you don't believe you have the funds to do it?

Do voice work. Tell close friends and family. You already cross-dress (something I only did at age 8), so I assume you can do makeup. Start growing out your hair. Get competent at presenting as a woman, even if an awkward one... then, do it. Come out in public. Come out to extended friends and family. Come out at work. Present as female every single day. Legally change your name (depending on your locality, this might be a tad expensive... only cost me about 90 dollars or so and some running around to various courts). Done. Now you're living full time as yourself.

I accepted I was a trans woman in mid July. Really woke up to it a few days later. I've been full time as me all month long(November). The last day I pretended to be a guy for any reason was at work on Halloween. That's also the last day I used a men's restroom.

I make $9.00 an hour, 40 hours a week. I don't even own a blouse yet, but I'm full time and my legal name is Roberta Dawn _____. I don't have healthcare. I don't qualify for Medicaid and can't afford insurance through work or the ACA. If I could commit to stop smoking cigarettes, maybe I could afford a subsidized plan through Healthcare.gov with a deductible small enough that I would actually benefit from paying the premium. For now, I'm taking herbs and hoping for the best. Oh, and I'm obese at 6'2" and 400lbs and am age 40. I have a lot of challenges, but I'm taking them on, and I have already attained your goal.

If you're goal is to live full time as a woman, what's holding you back? It's not money, as my story demonstrates. Can you only be a passing and attractive woman? Is it vanity? If you are really a woman, being a woman would be more important than being a pretty woman. You'll have to go through your second puberty to become a become your more ideal self in any case. Are you worried that your relatively comfortable life pretending to be something you aren't will be upended by deciding to be yourself? Well, duh... Why even have a goal to be yourself if that is a concern? You'll be radically changing your life no matter what your circumstance happens to be. Maybe you live somewhere that would persecute you for being yourself... I could appreciate that as a real obstacle. I live in Louisville, Kentucky. I've been fortunate that I haven't faced any serious difficulty from people. Do you live somewhere more oppressive than Kentucky? What's holding you back?

In any case, if you are a closeted trans woman seeking to date a trans woman... what is your real motivation? Lust? Love? Envy? What exactly would you want from such a relationship? Would it be fair to your partner to seek that through them?
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24 Nov 2017, 07:05 #10

Dawn wrote: You know deep down in the core of your being that you are a woman, and you have a goal to live full time as yourself, but you don't believe you have the funds to do it?

Do voice work. Tell close friends and family. You already cross-dress (something I only did at age 8), so I assume you can do makeup. Start growing out your hair. Get competent at presenting as a woman, even if an awkward one... then, do it. Come out in public. Come out to extended friends and family. Come out at work. Present as female every single day. Legally change your name (depending on your locality, this might be a tad expensive... only cost me about 90 dollars or so and some running around to various courts). Done. Now you're living full time as yourself.

I accepted I was a trans woman in mid July. Really woke up to it a few days later. I've been full time as me all month long(November). The last day I pretended to be a guy for any reason was at work on Halloween. That's also the last day I used a men's restroom.

I make $9.00 an hour, 40 hours a week. I don't even own a blouse yet, but I'm full time and my legal name is Roberta Dawn _____. I don't have healthcare. I don't qualify for Medicaid and can't afford insurance through work or the ACA. If I could commit to stop smoking cigarettes, maybe I could afford a subsidized plan through Healthcare.gov with a deductible small enough that I would actually benefit from paying the premium. For now, I'm taking herbs and hoping for the best. Oh, and I'm obese at 6'2" and 400lbs and am age 40. I have a lot of challenges, but I'm taking them on, and I have already attained your goal.

If you're goal is to live full time as a woman, what's holding you back? It's not money, as my story demonstrates. Can you only be a passing and attractive woman? Is it vanity? If you are really a woman, being a woman would be more important than being a pretty woman. You'll have to go through your second puberty to become a become your more ideal self in any case. Are you worried that your relatively comfortable life pretending to be something you aren't will be upended by deciding to be yourself? Well, duh... Why even have a goal to be yourself if that is a concern? You'll be radically changing your life no matter what your circumstance happens to be. Maybe you live somewhere that would persecute you for being yourself... I could appreciate that as a real obstacle. I live in Louisville, Kentucky. I've been fortunate that I haven't faced any serious difficulty from people. Do you live somewhere more oppressive than Kentucky? What's holding you back?

In any case, if you are a closeted trans woman seeking to date a trans woman... what is your real motivation? Lust? Love? Envy? What exactly would you want from such a relationship? Would it be fair to your partner to seek that through them?
no i don't want hold them back from their goal an i see where your going with this I've already accepted my woman hood yes part what you're saying is true i do live in certain area that doesn't accept or allow guy's walk round as women or be themselves if that's what they are although i do atemp it at time's during night time my wife doesn't mind as long don't try or do it during day time hour's but also mentions that I'm not real woman n that i shouldn't be dressing up as one she doesn't understand that i am within an that my feminine self is wanting out to reveal herself nor does some other's i associate with they rather have me as male self or body like no not trying make up excuses for myself just trying let you know what I'm having deal with most certainly i have half my feminine thing's i need be woman i am]zena
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