The word pansexual comes from the Greek word 'pan-', meaning "all". Pansexuality is opposite of asexuality, as pansexuality means a person may be sexually attracted to anyone, but asexuality means a person is sexually attracted to no one.However, pansexuals are not sexually attracted to everyone they meet, nor do they necessarily have strong sex drives.That's a very humiliating thing for a woman to experience. This is NOT something you should wait until a first message to disclose. You want to be treated like any other guy, but you aren't like any other guy.If I ended up on a date with a woman that used to be a man, or even messaged a woman that used to be a man because they didn't disclose that in their profile, I'd be PISSED! This is the KING of "lying by omission" and is potentially very hurtful. If you are waiting until first contact to disclose this information, you are waiting wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy too long. Your sexuality is, by definition, a female who took male hormones to look like a man.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...But if you want to try it online, your chances will be a LOT better on a site catering specifically to transgender people and those who are trans-attracted. This one is pretty traditional-outlook-oriented in general... Mainly a matter of fishing in the ponds that are stocked with what you wanna take home. I do however wish you the best of luck in your journey, and hope your find the woman of your dreams. I wish you luckand do believe that you will find a real love.you could also try OKC if you're not on it already, it has more people your age as well as more who are sexually alternative in one way or another. I'm so scared of ending up alone for the rest of my life because I'm transgender.
It limits your options considerably, but if you have other things to offer, you'll be fine.
I am straight and enjoy women, but I'm sick of people questioning their sexuality after being with me. I don't want to be decietful and lie about my past, but I don't want to turn people away either. The way your OP is worded sounds like you don't tell them until you're well in to seeing them? And it isn't just your past, it's your present and your future.
Otherwise, how could you say you've been turned down "many times by girls after they learn I don't possess typical male anatomy."............ You know better than I do how limited the options are for constructing something analogous to the male anatomy. Until you make the full transition you have to expect it to be very challenging, POF may not be the best dating site for you.
I was born female and am taking testosterone to help transition to male. (This forum is getting "punked")Perhaps it would be easier to navigate this challenge once the transformation is complete?
I've been turned down many times by girls after they learn I don't possess typical male anatomy. What are your thoughts on dating a transman (born female, transitions to male)? That would be so insanely unfair to not only you but ESPECIALLY to whomever you're "talking" to. Even then you would be bound by decency to share the changes of your past with a woman who you might meet. Well, but when it comes to having a girlfriend, you're not just like any other guy.