We're a dating site dedicated to helping you find love and long-lasting relationships in a safe and friendly environment regardless of your gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion, political outlook, fetish, fandom, or otp.While we have geek in the name the site is really usable by everyone.But on the other hand, one of my harshest personal faults is I'm kinda shallow, so just what ever they present as they just better be good looking. I see your comments as negative because they are not accepting.
We've made an effort to make the site as open and accepting of different peoples as possible.
That being said, we currently have 12 different gender identities and 18 sexual/romantic orientations selectable.
an internet magazine for trans men, complete with written features on a variety of topic, product reviews, polls & surveys, and links to trans guy's blogs.
There is also an events calendar to both list and view trans-related events.
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I've been giving this one a lot of thought of late...because it's something going on in my life but it's a question I've not seen before I want to say from the get go I have the greatest admiration for those who go through the process, even more for those who clearly make the change but still look like thier former sexfor me i think I could as a hetro male have a asexual relationship perhaps with a man who has gone through the full process of mtf I would have only two conditions.they must clearly look like a female and two...one of us should have a dick...methat may seem harsh but but considering many would not entertain that at all i think i'm quite chillednow I know I'm not gay but i don't see a problem with a mtf weird...i am still trying to work that one outbefore anyone panics...i would still prefer a relationship with a woman so a general open question to allcould you have a relationship with someone who has gone through the mtf/ftm process ?Queer resource and website emerged from the Gay/Bi/Queer Transmen Working Group, a part of the Ontario Gay Men’s HIV Prevention Strategy.The group is comprised of trans and non-trans community members and service providers in Toronto and Ottawa working to educate and raise awareness around HIV prevention and sexual health issues facing gay/bi/queer transmen.NO toleraremos comportamiento abusivo y queremos proveer una plataforma para que encuentres a ese alguien especial.No gastes más tiempo en otros sitios donde te tratan como un pedazo de carne.with no stipulations on whether or not they have fully transitioned or not. I've dated both, and am currently in a long term committed romantic relationship with a trans woman.