Date Sexy TS!

Interested in dating a TS? Answering a million questions about being transgender is NOT what a trans person wants while on a date. Take some time out of your day to do a few minutes of research so you already know the answers to most of the questions you have. Talking about their junk the whole time is a real turn off too. Just be cool and act like you’re with another human since you are.

You may think you know what a trans person is, but if all your knowledge came from porn sites you probably have no idea. This is only natural; we don’t know what we don’t know, and it’s not really your fault.

Respect Boundaries

This goes with non-trans people, too, of course, but it’s important to not assume certain things when it comes to trans people. Ask them what pronouns (“he/him,” “she/her”) they use if you’re in any doubt, and always make sure the person is comfortable before you escalate physically with them.

This applies to anyone really, but let’s go over some of the things that you should absolutely ALWAYS do while on a date with a trans person. First, if you have any doubt at all what their preferred pronouns are, ask them! It’s not going to offend them, they will be thankful that you care!

Second, most trans people have body dysphoria, which means that they have discomfort with certain parts of their body, usually their primary and secondary sex characteristics. Certain characteristics may feel completely alien to them. So be careful what you say about their bodies. Your best bet is really to just find common ground and common interests.

Crossing these boundaries can quickly turn the person off. For someone who doesn’t have this kind of dysphoria, it may be hard to understand, but if the trans person you’re dating says that a certain body part is off-limits, respect it, even if it doesn’t fall in line with the fantasy situation that you hoped for.