Is it normal i felt deceived and repulsed when i found out that i was dating a trans

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not homophobic. I do however have my preferences.

I dated this very pretty girl since March this year and only found out today that she’s trans. I would never had known if she didn’t tell me as she looks so feminine.

I felt deceived as this is something that she should had said early on instead of waiting several months before saying it.

I have now blocked her out of my life and I don’t want to ever speak to her again.

Is It Normal?
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  • I don’t blame you a bit. Not to disclose that to you right off the bat was pretty low.

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  • i dated a trans once

    by the serial number it was built october 1976

    it got rebuilt in 2005 and i just did a pan drop & filter recently it looked really clean hardly any wear

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  • Atleast you dont have to ask if she does anal

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  • Well I think its just the idea that this person wasn't what you thought you were. I don't think her being trans makes her a bad person but maybe not telling you wasn't the best move. Honestly I wouldn't mind one bit dating a trans women because, they're just that: women. But I understand why you would feel that way, mostly from the idea that you were deceived, or tricked. I would probably feel the same way if someone told me they were a virgin and then revealed the fucked 10 dudes before. Not that it matters to me either way but the deception would kinda fuck me up.

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  • Most people aren't open to dating trans people. So it is normal. Whether it's the right thing to do is up to you.
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/09/06/survey-transgenders-cut-98-percent-of-romantic-options/
    https://www.them.us/story/cis-trans-dating

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  • Yes, you're normal. It's normal to feel betrayed, and lied to when someone has deceived you!

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  • my uncle also trains man he is driver. sometimes he get death threats but never rape. stay strong trains is hard job.

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  • Being trans has nothing to do with being gay, thus this is not homophobic.

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  • Well you can't help feeling repulsed if that's how you feel, as long as you don't have any prejudice towards trans people. I do think trans people should tell any new partners within the first few dates that they're trans. I can understand why they wouldn't want to, in case the guy would see them differently when they are just like any other woman, but it's dishonest if the only reason they don't tell is because they think the guy will have a problem with it. And the relationship would be founded on a secret then, which is unhealthy anyway.

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  • Well least you didn't beat and kick her to death like that Va tech football player from Va Beach few months ago when he found out.people crazy she needs to be honest in future just saying

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  • Hey man it's alright to feel that way. I once dated a girl and decided to break up after finding out she was secretly a lesbian.

    Truth will hurt when someone says it but you'd kinda need to move on from it otherwise you'll keep thinking about it.

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  • If y’all keep complaining about these designer, state-of-the-art, custom-made coochies - I might go out and get one myself.

    Cowards.

    Put a bottle opener in the butt, have one boob cool and one hot so you can have soup and soda throughout the day, make la clitorá a cigar lighter. Use your head. Morons

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  • I think its hot. you should of turned her over and punished her hole.

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