Post op mtf dating

Learn to stop , and to treat trans people the same as any other member of their gender, because truly, that’s what they are.

Please do this, because it’s unfair that the burden of educating people and dealing with people’s insecurities must all fall to me.

She was scouted as a model while working in Mc Donald’s aged 16, and has gone on to make a name for herself in the fashion industry, walking for the like of Marc Jacobs and Jean Paul Gaultier.

She was ranked number 98 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in the World in 2011, three years before she underwent sex reassignment surgery - and she has not looked back since.

On her gender reassignment surgery, Andreja said: “I never imagined I'd be so public about it.

“Perhaps if I was in a different profession, I wouldn't have worn ‘trans’ on my forehead.

I don’t want to have to be patient with every straight male partner I’m with, waiting for them to come to terms with the fact that they are into me, working with them to reassure them that they have the same sexuality they have always had.If that person just understood that her personality and energy is female, and always has been, I expect he wouldn’t have a problem even being with a pre-op trans woman. This doesn’t mean I haven’t attracted straight men or lesbian women; I have.I’ve the attraction happening, either in obviously flirty interactions or just in an underlying, palpable sexual tension.THE world’s most famous transgender supermodel has revealed she told doctors to “throw away” her discarded body parts after her sex change operation.Andreja Pejić, 24, felt little nostalgia for her male anatomy and was even tempted to throw a “p**** party” following the life-changing surgery.

Leave a Reply