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Old 09-25-2010, 11:43 PM   #2
CarlaSixx
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This is something I've thought about asking, too, so thank you for bringing it up. This and things involving this.

I would date someone who is transgendered if there was a connection. And support them through whatever they need to go through if they're pre-op and getting to the point of surgery. I think it's the emotional side that matters the most.

I had, at one point, crushed on someone who passed so well as a girl. She was pre-op and she identified as straight. I only truly found that out when she started flirting with a friend of mine while she was drunk. Then had a long talk in the morning. We're still friends now but I think I would have liked to date her had she been interested in women.

I think if people were more accepting of transgendered people on the whole, there wouldn't be as much using and abusing going on. Everyone deserves love, after all.
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