Queer Reflection on Dating Apps

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  2. Tori Foote says:

    Ok. Up is isn’t really trans friendly. The have one question about if you would ever date a trans person. That question comes up on the list of wuestions between 400 and 500. Most people there answer 15 questions. A free member gets to see how many people liked them, but not who they are. I paid and poof an entire que of 130 transphobs who had answered they won’t date trans. You find yourself trolled there all the time as a trans woman. No one is really interested in you unless they are thousands of miles away. Anybody local that hits you up, thinks they are doing you a favor by offering a down low hook up. Yea, that’s a real favor. As a trans woman getting laid is kinda easy. Finding someone you want to sleep with is the hard part.

    Tinder hides the trans status so well that I was listed as cis female for the first 48 hours. I had 40 matches per day. Then when I got it changed to trans woman poof no more matches. Everybody there I did talk to was only interested in down low. I tell those people thst if they want to treat me like a who’re they need to pay me like a who’re. Deleted the account in less than a week.

    Grinder, really? An app made for hay men. A few bi men who are respectful, but why in the world would a trans woman want to hook up with a hay man who has to see her as a man to het excited. And again, everyone but hay bottoms wants down low with a trans woman. Not friendly at all for a trans woman. Closed account in 6 hours. Nothing real there.

    The only one that seems to work and real people are at is adult friend finder. People have to list who they are looking for, but as I am a bottom only trans woman 90 percent of the men i date there identify as strait and are looking for women. The men there are willing to go on real dates to het to know each other, and with the verification process there are very few scammers looking for money. It my top pick

  3. I found it interesting how you said you prefer when dating apps allow you to not be seen by straight men. I think there are a lot of LGBTQ people out there that would like this option too. It allows the ma better chance of finding someone who has similar attractions to theirs.

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