me, but they don’t always respect me, and treat me the way I should be treated. He went on to say he'd been wondering how I'd tucked my "penis" away.
I went on a date recently, and the guy said, "Ah, I've never dated a trans woman before".
Try this instead: Tell him you like the way that shirt looks on him, how cool his sneakers are, or—if he cooked you dinner—compliment his skills in the kitchen.
If you enjoyed meeting him, or hanging out, say that too. Facebook flirting In today’s day and age, Facebook has become a legit way to meet people.
However, sending a guy you barely know flirty messages can be considered desperate or stalkerish.
Try this instead: If you see a cute guy on Facebook, see if you have any mutual friends and reach out to you go out to freshen your breath. The goodnight text Sending someone you’ve just met (or are casually dating) a goodnight text can come off as needy (as can “OMG LOOOOOVED meeting you, ur so amazing can’t wait to see again!!!!!
Try this instead: Make great eye contact while talking to him.
Try this instead: Highlight some recent personal or professional achievements you’re proud of. You can certainly say a few nice things but you don’t need to tell him how hot he is 400 times, or how he is on the second date.
I go on dates with so many men that treat the date almost like some kind of information finder.
They ask so many questions like, "So how did you do this? You should be dating me as a person, not some kind of Google search about what trans is.
People don't seem to understand sexuality and gender are two completely different things.
Because you’re dating a trans woman, it does not question your sexuality at all.