Dating a transgender woman
It’s a reason that also reflects on issues of identity, as a whole.
I’ve met men and women throughout my life present themselves in one way, but it’s obvious they’re forcing it.
It takes a of personal insight to understand that your mind says you’re one thing, but your body says another.
It’s difficult for most cis-gendered people, like myself, to comprehend.
Please note that these reasons are coming from someone whose experience with transgender people is limited.
I have had issues in the past where my discussions on the issue have inadvertently offended certain people.
They don’t always know who they are, but try desperately to be what everyone around them expects.
With those experiences in mind, I thought long and hard about this issue. According to a poll done by adamandeve.com, which isn’t exactly scientific, about 65 percent of adults say they would fairly clear.
However, writing about the issue has given me opportunities to interact with a few transgender individuals.
I can say without hesitation that much of my interactions with transgender people have been positive.
That’s the first time someone asked me that question seriously and I needed a moment to think about it.
As I’ve said before, my knowledge of transgenderism is fairly limited.