Poll: Would you date a transgendered person?

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Yes or no? Just curious. Comment to explain your reasoning if you feel the need. It's a fairly gay friendly site, but even gay friendly communities do tend to be a transphobic.

For the purposes of the poll, you can assume said transgendered person is passable, and has all the appropriate parts (post-op).
 

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Quite a few more options your poll is missing, though it's a bit limited here, yeah.

Though, really, is this something that can be explained or reasoned about? I mean, presumably you'd only date someone you fancy, and predicting that tends to be very iffy.
 

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Assuming their parts downstairs are fully functional, I don't see any reason why not. If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, then it's probably a duck. Lack of reproductive ability might be a longer-term issue but I would be okay with adopting if there was no other choice.
 

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Considering all the MTFs I know, no. But that's a little unfair due to the limited sample size.
 

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thaluikhain said:
Though, really, is this something that can be explained or reasoned about? I mean, presumably you'd only date someone you fancy, and predicting that tends to be very iffy.
Well, transgenderism kind of throws a bit of a curve ball into the equation. Presumably for some, they could find the individual very attractive, but then suffer a massive squick attack when they realize the individual in question was not born into their apparent gender.

I'm not SUPPORTING that notion, just curious about how others feel about it. Could you get past it, mentally, assuming most everything else was in order.
 

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This is one of those cases of "You want to be X, go right ahead, but it's in no way something I'd want to be a part of".
 

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Can't say for sure but most likely, I would not. However, we'll never know until the situation presents itself.
 

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Kendarik said:
JoJoDeathunter said:
Assuming their parts downstairs are fully functional, I don't see any reason why not. If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, then it's probably a duck. Lack of reproductive ability might be a longer-term issue but I would be okay with adopting if there was no other choice.
It doesn't actually work or look the same. If you have a strong stomach, you can look for surgery pics.
*does a google image search*

Hmmm... they definitely look different, though I'm on the fence as to whether they look worse or not since even natural vaginas are pretty disgusting to look at (in my opinion at-least). No idea about the working part since I've never done a transgender person before, in light of what you say I'd probably still consider being with them at-least until we'd tried it once and I could judge the similarity to regular sex.
 

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I don't think I would actively seek out a transgender person but if I started talking to someone to the point where I'd want to go out with them and it eventually came out that they were transgender I wouldn't be put off by it.
 

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Sorry but I don't think I would, I really mean no offence when I say this but it'd just be too weird for me.

Then again, you often don't know how you'll react to something until it happens.
 

Cheesus333

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It would have to be really convincing and thorough. I mean, not a trace of man left. But if they were all-woman and a good job of it, I think I could, yeah.
 

Carl The Manicorn

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I was having some trouble with this question. Then I realized that, why would it matter? Seriously, more power to them. If I really felt connection with a transgender, I would date one. We are all people. Why should I care if they where once a guy like me?

Sure, I would be weirded out at first. But it's like anyone. The more you get to know them, the better the relationship would be.
 

unoleian

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Gotta go with "No" on this one. I most certainly would not do that.

Also, I would hope that it would never happen without my knowledge, either. I'm sorry, but admitting your former male-ness is some dirty laundry I prefer is aired right away. Don't fucking mislead me, and leave me to sort out the details for myself as soon as things might be getting a little frisky.

That could lead to domestic violence.
 

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Voted Yes/Desperate. Stipulation, is that she's like Erica from Catherine. Where you wouldn't know at first glance. So my friends who don't know her will be like, wow you did well.

http://catherinethegame.wikia.com/wiki/Erica_Anderson
 

Muspelheim

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Well, I'd date them on the same standards as I date anyone: do I like you?

I honestly don't see how it matters in the slightest what they "used" to be. As for the cosmetics of their fun-department, I doubt it'd bother me. The fun-department of a real person (that is, not pornstars) tend to look rather ugly anyway, and it's not really something I'd judge the aestetics off. My undercarriage looks dreadful, and so does yours, most likely. As long as it's not too big of a handicap ("Just be careful, sometimes it grows a butterfly and mugs you!"), I'd be rather okay with it.

unoleian said:
Gotta go with "No" on this one. I most certainly would not do that.

Also, I would hope that it would never happen without my knowledge, either. I'm sorry, but admitting your former male-ness is some dirty laundry I prefer is aired right away. Don't fucking mislead me, and leave me to sort out the details for myself as soon as things might be getting a little frisky.

That could lead to domestic violence.
So... You'd resort to violence? While I agree that it's wrong on many levels to withhold that information from you, I can't for the life of me fathom how beating them up for it would solve anything.
 

Nimcha

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Probably not. But I won't discount the possibility. It's certainly higher than the chance of me dating a guy. :p