No matter who you are, no matter what you’re looking for, you should get quality matches through the Tinder experience,” the company said in a statement emailed to Tinder said that it’s working with LGBTQ advisors, including transgender activist Andrea James and GLAAD, as part of its commitment.“Not only is it the right thing to do for our users, it’s the right thing to do, period,” according to the company.My foray into the dating world began a couple of years ago while I was still fairly early in my transition.After I came out as trans (FTM), my lesbian relationship was ending, and my first instinct was to stick mainly to gay and lesbian dating sites.“It’s harder for them to get what they are looking for.
The dating app, which is owned by Match Group (mtch), is adding gender options and more dating preferences in the next month or two.I feel like I will never find somebody because of misrepresentation in the media and untrue sterotypes.Will I ever find someone that loves me for who I am inside?Some people I have spoken with say they think it’s important to disclose that you’re trans right away, while about an equal number of others say it’s better to wait to see if there is any chemistry before sharing such personal information. I made a plan to meet the woman I’d been messaging with for a coffee date.Truth be told, there were no immediate sparks when we met up at our local coffee shop.Simply put: Don't let what you see in porn dictate how you communicate with a trans woman. Don't make me feel like I need to be your teacher 24/7. I am not your lab rat or personal science experiment.