Do you know what ticks me really about dating online? That despite the effort of maintaining a positive outlook about it, there will always be a reason for us to question “Why”. I mean, how silly is that? Why am I single? Why am I online looking for Love? Why am I talking to strangers and why am I allowing myself to be an open book to people I don’t even know existed? But you know what the truth is? These questions only say a bit part of why you’re taking chances. Of why you’re willing to spend time sitting in front of your computer hoping that today you will find “The One”. Of why in some humorous idea the universe has played on you, that despite the effort of finding your love in this so-called “superficial” means of communication which often times you find frustrating, you see yourself wishing that someone out there is trying to find you too.
No advice. I think what you need more right now are answers to a number of “Why’s” listed on top of your heads. I’m pretty sure you want to hear about things fools would kill to hear. [Wink]
Oh well, here’s my take…
To some stories about dating Ladyboys or Transgendered women, things aren’t smooth and easy. For some odd reasons most of which ended in frustration, hurt, and anger. Stories coming from both sides of the boat (Men and Transgenders/Ladyboys) seem to add up every single day that no one seems to get more success out of it. Why is this so? We already know that looking for a date, let alone looking for a Transgender (Ladyboy) Love is not as easy as ABC. If you track back articles on here, there are a lot of reasons why that is. I believe that despite the awareness of facts surrounding the Transgender or Ladyboy dating world, people may need to get reminded of some things once in a while. Some truths that the Transgender community and the Trans-oriented Men along with our supporters may need to slowly eliminate and hope to eventually, uplift our morale and be able to live the life that we chose – more freely. So why do you think Ladyboy Love is an Invitation of Pain? Let us assess.
Lovers do, lovers don’t. It may sound generic but still – it is what it is. But what is it really that makes a relationship work especially in the Transgender Dating scene? Is it physical attraction? Curves in the right places? Common hobbies? Or maybe, inner beauty? No one can ever tell. They say a relationship is a long-term commitment and to always look forward to what two people can have ahead of them – together. It’s a lot of hardwork and it takes out a little more of YOU most of the time. Have you ever wondered what these other people have done and gained after all those years of being together?
What is Love? Why do we require it? Who gives the right amount of Love and who doesn’t? These are just some of the questions that many of us ask which personally, I find impossibly disquieting sometimes but I admit I find myself wondering anyway – hopeful. Dating is like finding a piece of diamond in the rough – taxing and it takes time but it’s all worth it, or so I hope. Now, what makes it a challenge to finding Love?
Many of you may wonder if online dating really works especially on Transgender dating sites. If it does, then why do we see a lot of people not believing in the idea of meeting someone real in this piece of technology called the Internet. Also, a lot of people who had been members for quite a while are seemingly stuck with their Status being Single, never changed a bit. But seriously, why do a lot of these questions arise? What’s causing it? I have a few ideas if you go further down below.
Every time a person comes across a ladyboy dating site, it is given that a few apprehensions may arise. Especially for those people, men or transsexuals alike, who had just recently figured out what they want, as far as their dating life is concerned, and to those who are simply – curious. As much as we allow them to explore on their own, it may be best to give them a little hand in dealing with the No, No’s of online dating.
And so what if you thought you found “The One” but failed? You can always go back to dating again anyway. Whether you admit it or not, we’re all stubborn people and we always give one-good-thing-turned-out-bad another try. As they say, we should always give Love a chance.
So to help you out, here are some inputs I would like to share to those Men and Transsexuals alike who never give up on Love: