Free transgender dating site
We can debate or disagree as to if that is wise or fair to omit that, but that is different than arguing that you are entitled to that information.You might argue that a physical disability or a person being trans are major factors for some people in terms of who they’ll date.My profiles say that I don't do trans people or homosexuals, but not everyone reads, and a rare few have even perceived that as a challenge. Still: I'd like a filter for when I'm browsing to automatically filter out trans people.So if you’re attracted and suddenly lose interest because the person is trans it’s their fault or the dating websites fault?
It’s just you have to realize that becomes your problem and you can just ignore them.
Not only that, but if I'm using a dating site it's fairly likely that I'm looking for a long-term partner that I'd consider having children with, and the fact is that transgender women cannot have children.
Therefore, I should be able to filter out transgender women and (though I personally wouldn't) include transgender men.
You might even argue that they are major factors for MOST people. My point is: there are loads of factors that someone might consider “major” when it comes to date-ability.
And yet, why should we allow filters for one thing and not another? What is a dealbreaker for you might not be a dealbreaker for someone else.
That differs by person, so where do we draw the line feasibly?