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To read their responses, collected through phone interviews, is a reminder of the universal struggles and need for connection that make us human. Actress and activist Trans woman, she/her How dating as a trans person has changed since she first came out:“So much has changed in just the last five years.When I was beginning to transition, the consensus online was that transition was a means of last resort because it inevitably entails losing your job, losing your family, losing your relationship, and having to start life over completely on your own and never dating again. It never occurred to me that it was possible that someone would want to date a trans woman.”On disclosing her gender identity to partners:“I always start from the assumption that the possibility of a relationship is over the moment I mention I’m trans.I didn’t want someone else’s issues to make me feel uncomfortable.He didn’t know any other trans people and had never been with any other trans people.
So I like to live in that moment.“There was this one situation where I met a guy on an airplane. I’ve been asked out by lesbians, not just bisexual women.We live together, we’ve been together four years, and we’re in a monogamous relationship.”Karari Olvera, Chicago, Ill.Organizer for United Latino Pride, 31Genderqueer, they/them On being told to look more masculine:“My last ex, one of the fights we had at the very end, he told me that my hair was ‘disgusting’ because it was longer than his mother’s.I’ve been with lesbians who have never dated a man and who have never touched a penis.But so far in my experience, they’ve all been unfazed.“The first time that a clearly lesbian-identified woman pursued me, it meant the world to me. I had some really good friends I went to college with who were New Yorkers, so I had a really strong support group. I went almost entirely on a three-year span of not dating.
Just half of LGBT singles said they would date someone who is trans.