Transgender dating advice
It wasn’t until a few months later in November that Ty and I met via Facebook.
A few of my friends had been talking about her negatively after seeing her videos online about being a transgender woman, and I felt the urge to get to know the real her, so I reached out and sent Ty a message.
Even when we were just friends on social media, I fell in love with Ty’s personality.
Everything feels different with her, and I love it.
I always respected her as a person, but I was definitely worried about what other people would say or think about us together.
I knew our relationship would turn the heads of my loved ones, but over time I learned to adopt Ty’s nonchalance to other people’s negativity and critical perception of my life choices.
After I learned to reject their comments, our relationship became real and strong.
My family always told me they’d love me no matter who I chose to be or who I chose to be with, however they did seem a little skeptical at first.
Being adopted has made me a lot more accepting of people’s differences.
When I moved to a new town in Pennsylvania just over a year ago, I had no idea of what an enormous effect the change would have on my life.
The only people I knew in Pennsylvania were a few friends I’d lived with previously who were local to the area, so it’s safe to say my social circle when I first moved here wasn’t huge.
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