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It’s an important, but separate, discussion; and a red herring in this one.
And really, it’s probably the dudes who are most worried about dating a trans woman who are most likely to deliver some serious bullshit on a first date.
Those reasons are inevitably the beliefs that I am not a ‘real’ woman, that I am ‘actually a man’, that I am mentally ill, and, in the crusty underneath of it all, that I am not human.
These beliefs are resistant to evidence to the contrary, of which there is plenty, and are similar to the other prejudices listed above.
Many if not most cis people would prefer that we went away.
As the original post suggests, the solution is simple: Instead of expecting a trans woman to literally endanger herself with every potential bigot she dates, all you need do is state your no-trans ‘preference’ up front to every woman you date. Lastly, this subject is inevitably accompanied by a whole lot of ‘honesty is fundamental to a good relationship…’ Yea, OK: granted.
Without them, you will end up posting a photo with kale in your teeth, or where there is clearly a dog using the restroom in the background. Attend events specifically targeted towards lesbians like you.
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.
— Let’s just quit all the dancing and say what this is really about: Straight cis men being creeped-out by the existence of trans women. ‘I don’t have anything against trans women, but…’ is straight-up bullshit. The subtext to item 2 is, ‘you shouldn’t be dating’.
As with every ‘debate’ about trans existence — from toilets to medical access to birth certificates — what it comes down to is not trans actions, but cisgender discomfort.