Would you date a transmen and consider him a man?

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Would you date a transmen and consider him a man?

XzombehxbearzX XzombehxbearzX
Ive had quite a few issues with ppl accepting me as transgender. And Im curious to how many would accept dating a transgender. Please add in whether your straight, gay, or bi.
09/14/2011
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Peggi Peggi
Quote:
Originally posted by XzombehxbearzX
Ive had quite a few issues with ppl accepting me as transgender. And Im curious to how many would accept dating a transgender. Please add in whether your straight, gay, or bi.
I am bisexual, I've dated both post and pre-op m2f and f2m, and never had any issues with it.
09/14/2011
Sex'и'Violence Sex'и'Violence
Nope.
09/14/2011
Kkay Kkay
I have in the past, and would again.
09/14/2011
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by XzombehxbearzX
Ive had quite a few issues with ppl accepting me as transgender. And Im curious to how many would accept dating a transgender. Please add in whether your straight, gay, or bi.
i'm bi. and a transgender man is a man. a white man is a man. a hot man is a man. a jerkoff asshole man is a man. a business man... well. sometimes falls into the hot man category, sometimes the jerkoff... but still, always a man.

11/04/2011
TheBadHobbit TheBadHobbit
I would definitely consider a transman a man. I mean, that's what he is, duh

Unfortunately, I'm pretty turned on by almost any kind of genderfuckery and/or trans bodies . . so I think I probably shouldn't date someone who's trans, I'm afraid I'd start seeing them as a sex object and not as a person x.x I dunno, maybe I'm being too hard on myself and I'd actually be a decent human being instead of just objectifying someone, but I really don't want to risk being a jackass like that. . .

I'm more likely to end up with a sexual crossdresser, since then we can share a fetish >.>

Oh, and I'm bi, though I'm not sure why that matters
11/04/2011
dayne dayne
No....but to each their own....
11/04/2011
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
I consider transmen men, but would probably not date one, unless he was asexual. I'm demisexual/straight (only romantically interested in the male gender, only sexually attracted to the male sex).

I'm good friends with a transman, and it doesn't phase me. I've never thought of him as anything but a boy (though I met him when he was 17, and he's 7 years younger than me, so I admit I still consider him a boy), though explaining things to newcomers sometimes gets a bit complicated, especially if they don't know the difference between sex and gender.
11/14/2011
shySEXXaddict shySEXXaddict
Quote:
Originally posted by XzombehxbearzX
Ive had quite a few issues with ppl accepting me as transgender. And Im curious to how many would accept dating a transgender. Please add in whether your straight, gay, or bi.
im a straight female..i dont see anything wrong with and not against your choice but i wouldnt be able to date a trans man and look at him like a man.
11/21/2011
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
I would consider dating a transman; I would not date a transman during the beginning stages of his transition, though.

FWIW I'm lesbian.
11/21/2011
allinonekid allinonekid
I've dated transfolk before (both ftm and mtf) and would have no problem doing it again. Gender doesn't really matter much to me. Just the personality of said persons.

I'm bisexual btw.
11/21/2011
AndroAngel AndroAngel
Of coarse a transman is a man. I'm pan-demisexual.
11/21/2011
Vanille Vanille
I'm a demisexual lesbian, but I would date a transman. My girlfriend is currently going through gender confusion, considers herself genderqueer down the moment, but if in the future she would want to transition, I'm all for it. I was in love with her mind and personality before I was in love with what'sin her pants, so that part doesn't matter to me.

I'm going to love her no matter what she identifies as.
11/21/2011
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
I consider a trans man a man, in both post and pre op stages. it would really depend on how good looking they are and what kind of personalities they have for me to consider dating them though.
11/21/2011
Antipova Antipova
Of course a transman is a man, and I would accept him as such.

As far as dating goes, though, I am straight, and I would not be satisfied in a relationship where my partner did not have a fully functioning penis/testicles/abilit y to produce ejaculate. I'm not sure how advanced transitions surgeries are these days---if transition surgery is sophisticated enough, I would be able to date a post-op transman, but not a pre-op transman.

In a non-romantic capacity, though---definitely accepted and definitely considered to be a man.
11/21/2011
LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
No I would not. To each their own though
12/04/2011
(k)InkyIvy (k)InkyIvy
In all honesty, I couldn't care less what "equipment" a person has. Everyone has the potential to satisfy you sexually. What matters is if they can satisfy you mentally/emotionally.
12/04/2011
Rhinobaby Rhinobaby
Quote:
Originally posted by XzombehxbearzX
Ive had quite a few issues with ppl accepting me as transgender. And Im curious to how many would accept dating a transgender. Please add in whether your straight, gay, or bi.
YES.
01/02/2012
Missmarc Missmarc
I am a straight female. I'd date a transman and see him as any other boyfriends I've had.
01/03/2012
Annaliese2010 Annaliese2010
I'm M2F Trans-Lez so... No, I would not date a 'trans MAN' but Yes, I would date another M2F Trans-Lez. And of course..any GG (Female @ birth) girl.

Gender is defined by Mind - Not body. One may be essentially female with male genetalia...and be just Fine as she can be w/such atypical stoichiometry. Know what I mean? Well...sorta like Me. xox
01/04/2012
toxie m toxie m
Quote:
Originally posted by Antipova
Of course a transman is a man, and I would accept him as such.

As far as dating goes, though, I am straight, and I would not be satisfied in a relationship where my partner did not have a fully functioning penis/testicles/abilit y to produce ...
I'm a straight female. This is pretty much what I think about the situation, too. Trans-men are definitely men, but in my sexual relationships I need to have a partner with a functional penis and all that. If the transman in question was post-op and had all the goods (assuming I was single), well, I'm not actually sure. It'd be a case-by-case kinda thing. If he and I clicked, then why not?

However, I haven't actually had enough in-person interactions with transfolk to be able to judge what my sexual reaction would be. Similarly to TheBadHobbit (although without the fetish aspect), I'd be a little bit afraid of being objectifying - I find the whole gender discussion fascinating but without having actual trans friends to relate to as individuals, it's hard not to make it out to be a bit more exotic than it needs to be in my head. I'd need more interactions with transmen irl in order to normalize the whole thing for me enough to consider dating one without the fancy exoticism.
01/04/2012
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