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3 major fears about dating ladyboys

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What does the future hold for men who date Ladyboys? A lot of unanswered questions lie ahead in having relationships with Ladyboys. You can foresee a great amount of hardships, trials and sadness but the rewards that await you are nevertheless fruitful.

Have you ever pictured yourself having a complicated life in order to experience the ultimate happiness that only a person’s love can give you? There’s a saying that if you bet big you will surely win big. What does it take to hit the jackpot?

Love is such a special memory that can only happen to few lucky people. I’m talking about REAL LOVE and not just relationships. You can have a relationship with anyone but you can’t easily call it love. I consider real love as being built with honesty, loyalty and genuine care. If you genuinely care about someone, you will not do anything to hurt, mislead and torture their emotions. Think of yourself as a drug, if you are a fake medicine you will not work towards curing an illness. That’s what love is for me.

A lot of Ladyboys expect so much from men that sometimes they seem impossible but on the other hand, men expect a lot from Ladyboys as well so I guess they are at par with each other. Loving a ladyboy basically requires STRENGTH… If you are weak, you will not be able to be with the Ladyboy of your life. There are a lot of factors that challenge relationships with transgenders.

The reactions of your family

The most common thing that will hinder you from having relationships with transgenders is family. You are so AFRAID of your family to think differently or worse disown you once they figure out your real desires. I am not saying that you are a coward because in different circumstances, most family’s would not understand these situations like in my case when I was coming out to my family as a transgender I had a great deal of fear although everything ended up in a good compromise, love and understanding.

The opinions of your friends

This is the sector which I don’t fully understand because my friends were mostly gay and trans when I was growing up so I had no fears whatsoever in telling or showing them my real self. With straight people, it’s totally different. I guess time will be able to tell if you are ready to take the risk. What I can say is if your friends will judge you wrongly because of your different choices, then they are not your friends. You can put them all flush the fake memories on the toilet because that’s what they deserve.

The criticism from the public

This is also very common for men who are taking care of their “SOCIAL STATUS”. There are a lot of famous people who like Ladyboys but are AFRAID that if the public finds out about them it might destroy their “IMAGE”. Why not embrace who you are? What if actually being yourself will make people love you more? Who the hell are you anyway?

We will talk about this more in detail in my future blog posts. For now I’ll leave you a great advice…

Face your fears is so common…

F*ck your fears and let them have it!

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Amanda Valentine Dela Cruz
Just a random trans woman playing with makeup and skincare. Loves bacon and the operating table. I'm also the author of the dating guide book Dating Transgender Women for Gentlemen. Know more -> dtwfgbook.com

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4 thoughts on “3 major fears about dating ladyboys

  1. it seems that it all comes down to a matter of personal reputation and reaction of the outside world from our choice … after all isn’t this the moral that life teaches us again and again? There is no action without reaction.

  2. you also forget your own fears, especially for those of us brought up in a strictly heterosexual society.
    When I was walking hand to hand with my girlfriend I often thought that the world was looking at me, which they probably was , not because she was transsexual but because she was so beautiful. It took me some time to stop feeling that. It was strange because if they had have said something I would have defended or ignored them. The problem was me . perhaps all straight men wonder at the beginning if they are closet gays.

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