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But my attitude about dating has become more hopeful, as I’ve gotten more comfortable in my body, and used to making decisions that feel supportive to myself.This June, for instance, I attended the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference for the first time.But we had pleasant enough conversation, and got along.Our mutually neutral reaction to one another must’ve had some promise, as we planned to go on another date the following weekend.I had also planned a date with a woman I had also met via Facebook, in a group for FTMs, butches and femmes.We had been flirting on Facebook for about a year and agreed that if either of us was ever traveling close enough to the other, we would meet.
As a writer, I guess I expect others to be able to write as freely and easily as I do. We agreed to meet at a nearby pub for some eats and to sample some of the local craft beer.
Furthermore, there tends not to be much flexibility when it comes to stating your sexual orientation.
Since I identify as a trans male, and my sexual preference is for females, I have been left with only one option in the online dating world: heterosexual.
Part of me is tempted to say this is universal—that everyone kind of hates it. Of course, I didn’t self-identify as a woman inside—so that part wasn’t easy.
Looking back, it seems dating was much easier when I was a cis-gendered female, rather than it is now that I am an out trans guy.