Guys, would you date a transgender girl? Why or why not?

Im not transgender by the way im just curious about guys views on this topic but i fully support all of lgbt as a bisexual woman.
Guys, would you date a transgender girl? Why or why not?
Guys, would you date a transgender girl? Why or why not?
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Majority of men said no and you guys should totally be able to believe and feel what you feel and the reason i asked this question too was cause my boyfriend said a lot of straight guys are getting backlash if they dont want to date a trans girl and you guys dont deserve that. The only thing that gets me is when these people get hurt and we dont know how it feels to be in their shoes but geez i feel lucky to be born a woman cause i can't imagine!
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  • No. Because I only date women. And transgender "girls" are not female. Real women are born that way. They experience their female bodies from the time of birth. They have uterus and ovaries, their bodies blossom naturally, they experience menstruation. I love pussy, and former men don't have functioning vaginas. Drugs and surgery can't turn men into women. I actually think that medical "transitioning" is unethical.
    Another reason why I wouldn't date a transgender "girl" is because they suffer from gender dysphoria, an abnormal mental condition. No thanks.

    • Totally agreed.

  • No.

    I have no problem with transgender people as PEOPLE, but I have zero romantic or sexual interest in anyone who was born male, and that's never going to change.

    Guys, would you date a transgender girl? Why or why not?

    No amount of body mods, tattoos, makeup, etc. will make this man a lizard, even if he thinks he is one, and no amount of body mods will make a man a woman, even if they think they are one.

    There are guys that find transsexual women attractive and would be happy to be with them, and that's great for them. It's not for me, though.

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  • No.

    I certainly respect them and from a legal rights perspective? I'm all for them having their place in society.

    I draw the line with anything physical or romantic with a transgender woman.

    Why not? Because I prefer nature's intent. It is what it is.

    If I live for the taste, I'll always choose the original drink over the diet/lite version.

  • No, because I'm not gay, like most transwomen wish all men were. I cannot, nor ever will, be "okay" with a dick. Or any masculine physical features at all. Although I will say Blair White passes than most (like 90% passing), but not completely. Almost no non-Thai transwomen successfully "pass."

    • I get not liking masculine features, but virtually every cis-woman has at least some masculine features. Trans-women tend to crank up the femininity in their look (like Blaire White or Nikita Dragun). Sure, they do it with lots of surgery, hormones, and makeup -- but the end result is often a "fantasy woman" that doesn't really exist in the cis-female population. Everyone is entitled to believe what they want, but I just wanted to give you some "food for thought" on this topic.

    • @ComradeCarabao Once again: Not attracted to c0ck, and I don't agree with your points at all. So you can keep that food.

    • @MCCheetah It's strange how some men narrow in on that one body part (not to mention ignore post-op trans-women's existence), because that's the last thing I would be thinking about.

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  • Sure, I would!

    Gender is what we date. Sex is what we mate.

    Is this a serious question?

  • Nope. Sorry but it is still a guy. I am not gay, it would just seriously gross me out.

  • If I meet her, somewhere, and she is SOOO much like a woman, that I don't know, and we have several dates, and I like her, I would hope she has the HONESTY, and Character, to say, at some point, that she is Trans.
    I can't honestly say, until I experience that! I want to believe that after several dates, and thinking she is a woman, that I could deal with her being trans, and we could find some kind of way to be together.
    I wouldn't just out-right reject her, because she was trans, as the PERSON, and WHO she is, is more important than those things.

  • No, I would date only a natural born girl, and I don't support self-mutilation.

    • As for your update, is your boyfriend straight? maybe as a bisexual it didn't matter to you as much if a person was born as man or a woman, though I am sure that even among bisexuals there are those who want to date only natural born women and natural born men, for the record I also don't support breast surgeries in most case, I prefer natural breasts over artificial breasts, like most men. If a "woman" was born as a man it's a huge turn off and a deal-breaker to me, because I am a 100% straight man.

  • No. I'm simply not into guys. No matter what pronouns I'd go along with to be polite, my sex organs would just see another dude.

  • HELL NO. A man who became a "woman" is genetically not a woman, will not look like one, nor will ever be one. I'll only end up dating a man with a corrupt mind who thinks he is a woman. No matter if the penis is removed or not.

    • You might take a look again at those pictures at the top. Can you tell? And again I ask: why, when this is about a date, does the presence of a penis matter?

    • @ArrRenn Read my comment again. A trans person will never be the gender they want to be. And it doesn't take me to look at the pictures to already be disgusted by the idea. Now take a look at the majority of men commenting here. They all answered no to the question. So even if a trans manages to look like the sex they want to become, that still isn't enough to change men's minds. Also, if they manage to pull it off, it's mostly by putting kilos of make-ups on their faces.

    • Your problem is with the sex of the person, not their gender. Gender is a social construct that changes with society. Sex is a genetic outcome that does not change. Surgery does not give a trans-man a Y-chromosome – the sex has not changed. The mannerisms, the clothing, the hairstyles... these change and the individual assumes the gender according to the criteria set by society.

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  • No, transgender girls are guy.

  • Ill just be brutally honest here, i want the real deal.

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