Hello, and thanks for having a look at my post.
I'm trying to see things from the perspective of the man who dates trans women, and I thought perhaps some of members of this site could enlighten me a bit.
I am a trans woman who dates men. Before I transitioned socially, I actually had a long-term boyfriend.
However, I haven't dated since I transitioned. In the meantime, I've had FFS and am about to have GRS.
I figure that puts me in an awfully small niche. I'll no longer be attractive to men who want pre-op trans woman. And I'll be a disappointment to the men who want an over-the-top feminine woman as well as the guys who are looking for a woman who could, say, talk sports and do an oil change. Obviously, just as there's more to attraction than physical appearance, there's more to it than conformity or nonconformity with traditional gender presentation.
So, I'm interested in hearing from men who date post-op women.
I'm thinking that there are a number of men who are attracted to trans and non-trans women, and that they are essentially my dating pool. I imagine (but do not know) that there are fewer trans-attracted men looking for post-ops, and even fewer men who aren't trans-attracted but would overlook my history, despite the surgeries, etc.
I appreciate any insights you're willing and able to share.