It's not about who you were,but who you want to be
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I am interested in pre-op, post-op, and non-op between 25 and 55

I am looking for Fun / dating, Making friends, Relationship, and Marriage

About

Status
Divorced
Children
No
Languages
English
Height
180 cm (5'10")
Weight
78 kg (172 lbs)
Body type
Average
Physical look
Average
Style
Casual
Would travel
Yes
Would relocate
I don’t know
Occupation
IT / communication
Education level
College
Ethnicity
Caucasian (white)
Religion
Agnostic
Eating habits
Eat anything
Living
Alone
Drinking
Sometimes
Smoking
Never but I do not mind smoke
Zodiac sign
Libra
Chinese zodiac sign
Rooster
Sexual role
Versatile
First-timer
Yes

Description

I'm not on here to relieve some hidden fetish, I'm not on here to mess anyone around. This isn't some spontaneous urge to test my sexuality, then disappear when or if someone messages me.

I'm on here because as my headline suggests, it's not about who you were , but who you are now and who you want to become. One shouldn't avoid trying to be happy and seeking to find "the one" just because "the one" used to be a man. I've reached that age where what family think of me doesn't matter, just so long as both myself and that special someone are happy with each other.

As for the woman I am looking for, what is "down below" is immaterial. Finding ways to excite and fulfil each other in the bedroom is only a part of being together, although I'm sure we'll have fun trying to find out :-)

Looks are obviously another part: there has to be that attraction, so if rolling over in the morning and picturing my face next to you makes you cringe then it's best we leave it there just now. To me, it's not your legs, boobs or bum that I notice first, but your eyes. A persons eyes are a doorway to their soul. Just a partners loving look to you can mean the world.

But the most important part is how we feel around each other, how we easily talk to each other, confide in each other, tell each other how good/bad our day has been and know that the other will make the day better just with a smile.

As for myself, I was in the Army for 12 years, then in IT for another 10. But last year I decided that money wasn't everything, so quit and am now a lorry driver, delivering building equipment and supplies, and I'm enjoying it so much more.

My pictures are all recent, showing me at my best and worst. The one of me at my worst was only included because of my old girl Rosie, who at 17 years old always looks her best ;-)