We dated for 1 month and talked about our life without hiding anything, we both have our own stories, insecurities, experiences, imperfections and fears but we learned to accept all of our flaws together.
(...) I just wanna share this short story and how thankful I am to you for making such a difference.
We are ready, but it doesn’t men that it’s not a huge pain in the ass.
But the fact is I felt a strong attraction to her from the very beginning, so I told myself "why not? Seven months after, I visited Loiy for the second time in the Philippines and we are now seriously engaged after I asked for her hand from her parents.
I just want to thank you for creating such a DECENT dating website for us Trans.
This help us a lot to find someone who is somehow impossible to meet just in public like my current partner.
I also want to hear what you have to say...we're not the only ones who've been through this nonsense. Other things scattered throughout the site include co-branded content and "Things that women wish men knew." Also, I'm sure that you've received a great deal of advice most of it mutually contradictory on the subject.
I will attempt to explain my logic behind any advice I give.
A guy who is nice will just smile at you as you’re walking home from the subway. Nice Guys seethe when they are rejected, telling you that they deserve things because they’ve always been NICE to you. We have all been around the block enough times to see you bending over backwards to be the kind of person you think a woman wants.