My Ladyboy Date is the leading dating platform for transgender women and trans oriented men looking for love, available in 9 languages with members in 190 countries.
The platform stands out for the quality of the interactions that its members make every day, and the high standards that the 24/7 moderation team maintains.
It also aims to break stereotypes, normalise transgender relationships and spread the message that love knows no gender.
My Ladyboy Date was founded in 2013 by French entrepreneur Cyril Mazur and Filipino beauty queen Maki Gingoyon.
Maki and Cyril were both unimpressed with the current online dating experience for transgender women and the men who like them, so they founded My Ladyboy Date in order to empower every transgender woman to lead a more fulfilling love life.
As of 2017 there are 10 team members working on My Ladyboy Date, most of them are transgender women.
20 millions page views per month
800,000 registered users worldwide
50,000 monthly active users
70 millions messages sent (70,000 per day)
500 new daily sign ups
Jan 2013 Launching of Myladyboydate.com
Oct 2013 10,000 registered users
Jan 2014 Launching of Mytranssexualdate.com
Feb 2015 Both sites become available in 9 languages
Jan 2016 200,000 registered users
Jan 2017 400,000 registered users
Jan 2018 580,000 registered users
Jan 2019 780,000 registered users
Marc (from Germany) and Lorren (from the Philippines) met on My Ladyboy Date in 2013, they are now happily living together in Melbourne, Australia. See photo.
You may read more success stories on this page and this one.
A transgender woman (also called trans woman, transsexual woman, male-to-female transsexual) is a woman who was assigned male at birth. In other terms, a transgender woman was born in a man's body but identifies herself as a woman, and usually undertakes to transform her body to make it match with her gender identity.
A trans oriented man (also called trans attracted) is a man who is romantically attracted to transgender women.
Ladyboy is a colloquial term employed mainly in Thailand and other South East Asian countries to refer to transgender women.