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A BEAUTIFUL RELATIONSHIP
Subject: Letter to the Editor
Date: 4/30/2004 3:58:59 PM Pacific Standard Time
I browsed through your website
and thoroughly enjoyed it. Finally there's someone that "tells it
like it is" and does away with the old misconceptions that dating
a transsexual woman puts a man somewhere into a "half-gay" place.
I want to thank you for the kindness you show.
Having been in a beautiful
and stable relationship for six years now, and having transitioned early
in my life, it is indeed hard for me to fathom the ordeal some of my sisters
have to go through to find love and affection, which makes your effort
all the more commendable.
All the best for your future
Date: 4/16/2004 8:34:09 AM Pacific Standard Time
I just wanted to say that your website is extremely amazing. Good work
on all your articles. More men should read them, and pay close attention
to the things said there. It seems that so many of them just think of
us as a genre of porn, or as some wild fantasy thrill to fulfill their
dream of being with a man without the guilt. They really don't understand
how sensitive we are, and the daily trials and tribulations we face on
our quest to femininity. Again, simply an amazing website. Keep up the
Subject: great article
Date: 4/15/2004 5:33:48 PM Pacific Standard Time
It's nice to be able to find simple, frank, talk about this subject. It
defined for me the type of transsexual I was looking for (well, the name
for it anyway: Pre-op.) I was especially interested in "why would
a guy want to date a pre-op?" I have been very torn because I consider
myself 100% straight in terms of attraction.
I love women,
their faces, their bodies, their style, their smell, and am completely
not attracted in any way to men. Yet the idea of a beautiful, feminine
woman with a cock makes me crazy. I also think you hit a nerve about pre-ops
being more into being a woman than GG's. I have a girlfriend that I love,
but I am too determined to explore this to let it go. I don't want to
hire an escort, I just want to find someone I could get to know and eventually
have a relationship with who has the patience to give me time to figure
it all out. And most of all, I don't want to hurt anyone.
MARRY ONE BUT....
Date: 4/12/2004 3:56:42 PM Pacific Standard Time
I read some of the stuff that's on the site and I must say I'm very much
with you. I have been in a relationship with a TS woman for three years
now. We have our problems like most couples, but we're still together.
I felt the same things when I met a TS woman for the first time. I was
attracted but didn't think it was wrong to have those feelings. I would
love to marry one, but unfortunately my family, who're from the Caribbean,
wouldn't understand. How do I get on your chatline or become a member
of your site? Is the site a paysite or free membership?
Subject: Article on Dating a TS Girlfriend
Date: 4/8/2004 8:46:25 AM Pacific Standard Time
Loved the article. Sensitive and informative. I have never had the pleasure
of meeting such a wonderful girl myself. Hope your own girl is the one
ARE GUYS WITH BOOBS & PRETTY FACES
Subject: Your article
Date: 4/4/2004 9:54:12 AM Pacific Standard Time
I'm a woman who happens to be pre-op TS. Your article on how to date us
is wonderful and hits a lot of things on the head...everything.
However, some things I would suggest: A "shemale" does not want
a date or a real man and usually does not have the "sensibility of
Pre-op transsexual is usually what those of us who are seeking surgery
refer to ourselves as. Non-op is someone who does not want the surgery
(elective non-op) and also for someone who CAN'T have surgery (medically
non-op). They may not be able to find a surgeon who will operate on someone
who is HIV positive, or they may not be able to take certain necessary
hormone regimens because of being on dialysis or being diabetic. However,
if they did not have the medical condition, they probably would have surgery.
Another thing that I think misleads guys. Not everyone who is transSOMETHING
is transSEXUAL. A lot of shemales and guys with boobs use that term way
too loosely. So often, guys who are bisexual, seeking thrills, or etc.,
generalize that all trans-something girls are in it for sex. Why? Because
a lot of trans-something girls are nothing but effeminate guys who want
to have sex with masculine or straight men. They have the "sensibility"
of a man, not of a GG. Sexually aggressive, sexually minded [in the same
way gay men are]. What woman do you know wants to do that? So, a lot of
guys go off on a tangent thinking that so many girls they meet want to
do that. But they are not girls. They are simply men with boobs and pretty
All in all, you did a great job with your article. Your girlfriend is
blessed to have you in her life. It's so hard for us to find a guy like
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