I got a girl who had fallen in love for me. But she is hetscum and a hetgirl liking me is somewhat triggering. What should I do? I think I deserve a true gold star lesbian.
It's not parody. You see, this girl is being transphobic with me. Mailing me poetry almost daily and telling me how beautful I am when she already said she is heterosex.
And I have the RIGHT to be triggered by hetscum and biscum affection because I AM a Woman and I want to be seen as such.
It's a sad reality but a man in a dress can scream "I'M A WOMAN" all they want but it won't change the opinion of anyone in the slightest. You have to look, breathe, and act female to be seen as one. Sorry.
Try harder to pass.
>Mailing me poetry almost daily and telling me how beautful I am when she already said she is heterosex.
What is wrong with that?
Gender identity don't really matter, seriously. Looks do however.
Date her have a good life together.
THEN STEP UP YOUR TRANNY GAME, BRO. FUCK. You 4chan trannies are annoying as shit. You're all just nerds and look like fucking hons and then bitch when no one will see you as a girl. Do you think any of the passing / pretty trannies just magically LOOK like a girl?? No. They put in work and you have to too.
Id take her in your shoes again, as long as she didnt try to change my personality or how i wanna dress or my hrt
The pain of being her "man" would be a small price to pay for a girl who accepts me otherwise
>But I know she sees me as a man, because she wants to date me.
This is BS and you assume people are either hetro or gay/les, or smack in the middle bi. But truthfully human sexuality is more fluid. If you look even semi-passable odds are the girl is bi-curious at the very least. Talk to her instead of using tumblr memes like "hetscum" and being triggered over nothing. (And yeah if it so happens she likes you as a man you have the right to be pissed.)
I'd never date a girl.
Not a lesbos, not a bi, not a straight
Because, no matter what her sexuality is, romantic relationship with a cis girl would ALWAYS require me to assume male role, as the bigger, masculine, GENETICALLY male person. Even if I were post op.
Tell her to fuck off.
>something has to be explicitly declared as a legal right for you to be allowed to do it
Better turn myself in to the police then, literally no book of law tells me I have a right to browse 4chan and reddit at 8:30 in the morning
I don't see why it would be impossible for a tranny to have the female role in a relationship with a cis girl. I mean, masculine cis girls aren't the norm but it's not like they don't exist.
Because you're a tranny, and she knows you're a tranny, and she will never treat you like a woman, even if she claims she does.
And even if you're 100% stealth, being of larger, masculine phenotype naturally makes you the man in relationship, unless you're dating someone with heavy mental issues.
So want, you are going to to be a "man" for the rest of your life, it's you yourself that matters, deal with want you have.
See what am saying? It doesn't really matter, if you are really feminine people are going to see you as a feminine person and vice versa. To be so hung up on identity is waste of time. Look for what features and talents makes you valuable as a person. Now you have an opportunity share love with another person, consider it.
I dunno OP. I'm not there, and I'm not seeing what you're seeing, but my reading of this thread is leading me to suspect that you're suffering from heteronormative expectations more than this other girl pursuing you is.
Neither of you need to be "the man" in a relationship. Neither of you need to be "the woman" in a relationship. I'd strongly recommend seeing if you can get past your insecurity enough to date this girl a few times. If it doesn't work out, it doesn't work out, but try to be open to the good things that may come your way.
>Because you're a tranny, and she knows you're a tranny, and she will never treat you like a woman, even if she claims she does.
No, but she may treat you as a feminine male, which is still putting you in the female role in the relationship.