If a cis man says he doesn’t want kids, do you think it’s important for a trans women to tell him they are trans?

Trans women are born with a penis but if a trans women gets bottom surgery they still can’t get pregnant afterwards because the surgery doesn’t give them a uterus and ovaries.

If a cis man says he wants kids it’s obviously important for the trans woman to mention they are trans.

If a cis man says he doesn’t want kids, do you think it’s important or not for the trans women to mention they are trans?

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Before surgery trans women can impregnate but not get pregnant. After surgery a trans women cannot impregnate and also cannot get pregnant
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  • This really should be a discussion that should be had long before any discussion about kids.
    As acceptable dating transexuals is these days there is still going to be people who are not comfortable with it.
    And no matter how good surgery is these days when someone gets close enough there are going to be aspects of a transexuals life that will give away that they are wearing a facard of a different sex. It's when that realisation when in the relationship instead of being told early on could break things up!

  • Honesty is everything

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  • Uhhh yes?

    That's definitely something that needs to be discussed

    Whether or no you think trans women are women fully. It's not their decision to say it's okay for the other person as well. You can't FORCE somebody to believe the same thing as you. Even if the trans person is okay with it, the other might not be. And that's okay

    But to completely take away that conversation and take away their choice isn't cool

  • yes. not wanting kids doesn't mean they'd be okay with a man's genitals in their "female" partner

  • They are all Cissies.

  • Cis men don't exist. It is just man. Only trans men need the adjective. Secondly if a trans person does not disclose their actual gender then any intimate act is rape or sexual assault as they deceived the person. And yes the legal definition of rape was altered to deal with the trans rapists that don't want to disclose their gender

  • A trans person is easy to identify, so it wouldn’t even come to that point

  • This should be one of the first things that he will tell him before they even go on the first date.

    Most guys don't want to have sex with another guy, even if there is fake tits. Now not having a dick anymore might change things but again that should be known upfront

  • Yes either way…

  • This is so needlessly complicated.
    Most if not all the trans gendered individuals I’ve met / seen / heard on internet & irl do admit they are trans.

    Should they make it known upfront, absolutely. I haven’t known one to not do that…

    They want to be accepted for who they are much like heterosexuals, lesbians, gays, bisexuals, etc. Making your preference / identity known helps you to find individuals who meet your interest. Bi means both males & females welcome, les means female only welcome, gay means males only welcome, hetero means opposite of the gender, etc. That is it. By letting your ‘colors’ known helps you find a suitable partner same with interests, age, and personality traits would. Don’t judge and let people be people.

  • I think a guy knows if he's fucking another guy.. He wouldn't do that if he wanted kids.

  • It would be the polite thing to do. But most guys can figure it out without diagrams.

  • Crazy woke bullshit.

  • Yes. Why would you even want to hide something of that nature anyways? I'd argue the fact you'd want to hide it is evident enough that it's not okay to keep it from a romantic partner.

  • Even if he does want kids, she can just tell him she can't get pregnant. She doesn't have to explain why.

    I don't think it's a good idea to keep secrets from a partner, but when the relationship is still new and you don't know what they think about certain things, it can be safer to go slow with getting to know intimate details about each other. Eventually you will know everything about each other, obviously, but most people don't like to spill their guts on the first date yknow?

  • You should tell him regardless. He's going to find out eventually, and he'll to be angry as hell when he does if you've been lying to him.