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Transgender women have many characteristics of females to begin with. Mentally they are female with their thought processes and actions mirroring that of a woman.

Physically, many Trans women also have certain basic features of a woman. Maybe small hands, fine facial features, the curve of their back or their slim legs. Or maybe just their overall physique, being slighter in build and weighing less than many men.

“MyTransgenderCupid is the best Transgender dating site for Trans women like us,” Miko said to the other two Trans women sitting near her.

Hmm…,” began Sadie, “I guess you are right.  If you want to meet and date a Trans oriented man looking for a long-term relationship, where else can you try?”

Miko, Sadie and Debbie sat close to each other on a large sofa, backstage at one of the famous Miss International Queen Transgender beauty pageants. This major event for Trans women was being held in a famous auditorium in Las Vegas and all of the seats in the audience were full. The three Trans women were eagerly waiting for the next phase of the competition to start. This was the section about the personality and any special abilities of each of the contestants.

A very high percentage of the Trans women dating who are members of MyTransgenderCupid can identify three main phases of their (dating) lives.

We can call these phases: the beginning, the middle and the end.

It is estimated that some 7-7.5% of the world’s population falls into the LGBT community (gay, Trans or non-binary). Within this range of figures, some 1.5-2% are said to represent Transgender people, both MtF and FtM. Therefore, there are far more Trans women in the world than you think! There are Trans women in every country and in every strata of society. In every profession and in every race. Being Transgender is unpredictable, although there is some evidence of it being common in family lineage.

Now it’s time to look at one of the more significant and intimate parts of Transgender dating. Given that sex is an important part of any relationship, most trans dating sites have a section dedicated to choosing a sexual role preference (top, bottom, or versatile). This choice is there to help answer questions and clarify things from the outset, but sometimes it can leave both sides feeling doubtful about things. Does a man saying that he’s versatile run the risk of getting rejected by potential transgender partners? What if a pre-op trans lady has trouble finding the right partner?