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After meeting twice, we went on what was supposed to be a quick coffee and hiking date.Instead, our effortless connection led to a two-hour breakfast, long hike, and two-hour dinner in one day.He told me he was trying his hardest to restrain himself from kissing me for a few reasons.The first is that he was scared we’d have such a strong bond that we’d become a couple.After telling her the story, she said, “Every single person you meet or come in contact with, you change their perception.By being your genuine self, I’ve watched even the shortest interactions between you and a new person change the way they think about a transgender person.”It was another reminder of how far I’ve come and the accomplishments I’ve already made.

They go as follows: I expressed relief that it wasn’t a cross (a red flag of someone with a more conservative background), and he told me that his father was conservative and voted for Trump, and while he himself didn’t vote, he hated Hillary Clinton.Dating is tough for everyone, but dating as a transgender woman is even harder. Starting from the early stages of my transition at age 15, through sexual reassignment surgery at 19, to being an out and proud transgender woman at 24—I can say with certainty that I’ve gone out with pretty much every personality type.Some of my most entertaining stories have come from my dating chronicles, but so have some of my worst.After almost two months of playing coy, we finally went on a date.We decided to act like a couple for the evening, holding hands on the sidewalk and over dinner.

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