Low expectations mean high excitement at small success. This isn’t in reference to any particular difficulty facing trans women, though there are many; it is always helpful to lower your expectations. Ok Cupid, Match, or Tinder; it doesn’t really matter where, but you’ll need one.
And so, I pull into the mall parking lot, buy a $10 long sleeve shirt at H&M, put on some lipstick and drag my tired ass out to a lesbian event.
From the moment I walk in, I’m certain I made the right choice. The small bar is jam-packed with women – cute women.
These rules are only to be followed if you have a mutual trust and respect.
I am presuming that, in choosing your partner, you have found someone who makes it her priority to maintain the best interest of your relationship. Masculine identified women are well aware of how the world views them.
I’ve polled a group of Lesbian Dating Experts (Read: random Facebook friends) to create a comprehensive — rather than a FAQ let’s call it a FUCT (Frequent Unfortunate and Confusing Truisms)**Note to Grumpy Lesbians: I’m certain many of you do not fit these stereotypes (No, I’m not.). She’ll text you “I want you to do me in the bathroom,” but she’ll offer her cheek when you go to kiss her goodnight. If she says “No one could ever really love me,” for God sake believe her. She says, “I want it to be special; let’s wait.” She means “I have intimacy issues.”She says “I just want to hold you.” She means “I’m actually straight.”If she says she likes sex because it “I don’t know, just…feels good,” run.