Zoosk is exploding in popularity with LGBT singles, and it boasts one of the slickest apps on the market.Getting started is free and easy, as is finding like-minded singles in and around any zip code.I would receive notifications all of the time either from women saying they were interested in meeting up – or – instant messages along the lines of, “Hi, you look hot”… Most of them wouldn’t have read my profile and when I asked them if they had, they would either block me, or say they wanted to be friends only.Now for me this was really confusing paradoxically because you like, you find me attractive, but as soon as you realise I’m transgender you’re not interested at all?After 6 months or so of this I was so disheartened and disappointed that I left both sites.I figured I would never find anyone, at least not until at least I was post-op, so I threw myself into being happy for me.At times I felt like a curiosity more than a potential girlfriend.
Honestly I’ve had total strangers offer their services to me for that. I have even tried to look at men objectively in that way, as I know some people do change when they start HRT when they start their transition and who they are attracted to can change.
I did ballet and I started singing in a community choir in Bournemouth called Chicken Soup.
For ballet I told them I was transgender before the classes, I felt it was important for them to realise that I was transgender and I have to say they were marvellous.
For any woman the whole idea of dating is one that terrifies most of us.
As many woman reading this will identify – most of us have a hang up about our bodies in some way or another.