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However, as I write this, it seems the tides may be turning in my favor.Just weeks ago, I received a message from a local woman on the dating site where I had revealed my trans status.Short on words, the post simply read, “Hi.” I admit, I balked.

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.

And yet, the basic tools given to you by most dating sites don’t leave much room for personalization.

Most sites allow you to choose between only two genders, male and female.

But there’s no denying that the dating part itself presented fewer challenges as a cis-gendered person.

The more I sit with this realization, the more I am convinced that a huge element of the challenge came from the fact that dating sites and other social media groups geared toward dating just aren't that “user-friendly” for trans people.

After this notable dating disaster, I went on other dates that didn’t go as badly; but quite honestly, many people are not as open-minded as they’d like to believe.

I recall planning a couple of potential dates in which the person explicitly acknowledged being comfortable about meeting a trans person, and then would politely back out before the date even happened.

I planned to meet up with some trans guys who were members of a Facebook page I belonged to.

I had not met any of them, but we are a very tight-knit group online, and I was excited about meeting.

And, while I felt no need to explain myself, I replied.“My status as a trans person is my personal business, and I feel no need to have to explain it to strangers. Secondly, if you think sex is purely genital-to-genital, I feel sorry for you!

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