TGirls Letters - TGirl Feedback to Us
Our TGirls Letters section is devoted to feedback we receive. The most recent letters appear at the top.
TGIRL EMAIL ADDRESSES WORK?
Could you please give me an idea if the email addresses listed on the "Transsexuals Seeking Long-Term Relationship" page is fairly current? I have noticed that some of the things posted on the site are a bit dated. How new are the one's tagged with a red "New"?
Also, I am from San Diego. The women from California list is fairly long. Do I send an email to everyone I might be interested in (agewise) to ascertain whether they are anywhere near San Diego or Southern California?
I guess it might be a bit of a website chore to put a "city" cell along with the state, but it would be very helpful to someone from a big state like California.
BTW, this is a most informative and eye-opening site.
DO TGIRLS CHEAT MORE
I was reading some of the letters on your site and was intrigued. My thing is this. I have been married three times, and all three wives have betrayed me. I am only still with the third because I figured it was futile to try again. Nevertheless, I am still very unhappy. I need to know, is a post- or pre-op TS prone to cheating on their spouse? Genetic women sure seem to have that quality. I do want happiness, but am a bit afraid to try again. What would you suggest?
ADD A TRANSMEN SECTION
Just got finished reading a page from your TSGirlfriend page, specifically, "T-girls as women." You covered a lot of good points (I'll be sure to use 'em if I ever am lucky enough to be able to). Yeah, you were writing to the majority of your audience, which will be made up of clueless, heterosexual and bisexual men, and that's fantastic.
My question is, do you have any advice for me?
I'm a transboi, pre-everything, ultra short (4'11", d'oh!) and still trying to lose my femmeish aspects. You said specifically, "show some common courtesies, of the sort your mom told you about when you were a boy." Problem is, I never WAS treated like a boy, so I don't know what that is! In fact, most of what I learned from listening, I rejected because I found it sexist and coddling. I mean it; I'd get really offended if someone offered to carry my books or something.
So I don't know which behaviors I'm supposed to keep, and which I'm not. You might think this is a put-on, but it isn't. I seriously don't know what I'm doing. Do I open the car door? Order for her? Cut her steak? Do I pretend not to notice if she's got something in her teeth? If she hits me, do I just laugh or pretend like it hurt? It probably will hurt, since there's no way I'll ever find a lady smaller than I am.
I know you're a male, but if you could add a section for transmen that just don't know, that'd be helpful. Super helpful.
LOTS OF PROBLEMS
My name is Ron, and I have a problem and I am not sure what to do! I am married but not happily. This is my problem: I am attracted to pre-op and post-op transgender women, it's been this way my whole life! My marriages have fallen apart because something was missing. Every time I look at a dating site and see pre- and post-op women, I feel fulfilled.
As a child, I had a gay experience but not anal, then I kissed a woman at a party that was pre-op and I liked it. She disappeared and I never found her again. I would really like to find a pre-op or post-op transgender woman to be with because I am not attracted to my wife. It is a marriage of convenience for my family!
Here is another thing, I am by no means an attractive guy. I am still 38 years young! How do I find what I am looking for or know what it is that I am, and why I am attracted to these women? Why do they make me feel warm and content when I see pics of them online or in dating books?
Here is another thing, my occupation keeps me out across the USA as I drive truck. How do I tell my family and friends? Can you help me? Please email me back.
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