Past, present, and future boyfriends, I need to tell you something: If you identify as straight, then you can date trans women. If you are gay, pansexual, omnisexual, or asexual, you can date trans women, and it doesn’t change your identity one little bit unless you want it to, because you know what?
Most often, you have absorbed this message from the media: How many Hollywood comedies feature jokes where a straight man finds out that he’s been dating or having sex with a trans woman and flat-out vomits?
Both of these things are true because of the transmisogyny that still runs rampant in our society and the communities we live in.
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Beyond the dating and social networking aspect of this app, users can also keep up with LGBTQ news and get updates on meetups, parties and other events happening near you, all submitted and curated by the Her community.
LGBTQutie is one of the first apps of its kind that caters to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, pansexual, asexual, queer, non-binary and intersex individuals, making it easily one of the most inclusive dating apps out there.
How many tabloid stories proclaim that a male celebrity has been The implication here is that trans women are so repulsive that you would have to be “crazy” to want to be with us – which bears a striking resemblance to the idea that a person must be mentally ill if they identify with a gender different from the one they were assigned at birth.
What you have to understand is that these attacks come from a place of fear.