Tips For Making A Long-Distance Transsexual Relationship Work

A Long-Distance Transsexual Relationship

Long-distance relationships are not for the faint of heart. Being a transsexual or endeavoring to date a transsexual is not for the faint-hearted either. Due to the bravery and dedication these people bring to the table, it should be clear that long-distance transsexual relationships can work in real life. However, this does not mean there won’t be any challenges. To make a long-distance transsexual relationships work, you must be willing to invest your time and commitment, as well as use some creativity. If you have found a match on a transgender dating site, but the only thing between the two of you is distance, do not fret.

There are ways to help you keep your long-distance transsexual relationship healthy, functional, and sexual. These tips include:

Keeping Your Word

Trust is a key ingredient in long-distance transsexual relationships. In order to keep you happy as a couple, it is important that both of you trust each other. If you have a plan to communicate on a daily or weekly basis, it is important that both of you honor that arrangement. You and your partner will only achieve stability if you create concrete plans. Concrete plans do not necessarily mean meeting physically; conversations and dates can be done virtually. For there to be unwavering trust, the two of you need to be confident that you can rely on each other.

Setting Aside Time for Each Other

Despite the distance, it is important that the two of you set aside time for each other regularly. All relationships require time and energy spent on communication. By dedicating time to each other and communicating often, both of you will be building a firm foundation for your love to stand on. Setting aside time for each other could be something as simple as a call after work every day or a simple “I love you” text before bed.

Keeping the Love Alive

Long-Distance Transsexual Relationship

To avoid either partner being sexually frustrated, it is important that both of you keep the love alive in a physical sense as well as an emotional sense. It is perfectly fine and natural to tease each other with dirty photos and sexy messages. Keeping your sex lives active and healthy in a long-distance transsexual relationship requires a bit is creativity. One example is phone sex, though technology provides for a variety of other options. Hearing your partner moan and breath sexily while the two of you pleasure yourselves can make it seem real. And when you are reunited, make sure to spend time together intimately.

Keeping on Keeping On

In every relationship, whether local or long-distance, it is highly recommended that you use your best judgment with what feels right for you and your partner. Despite the difficulties and frustration that distance causes, you can grow as a person and as a couple with a bit of commitment, communication, and creativity.

As a final note, it is important to discuss with your partner when the distance will end. Knowing that there is a concrete conclusion to the separation is very important in a long-distance transsexual relationship because it erases doubts and creates hope for both of you.

What Does Gender Fluid Mean

Gender Fluid

Gender Fluid

Awareness of multiple genders and sexual orientation has recently taken a limelight in the media, however misconceptions and stereotypes still linger because of this. Before we start to dive in to this subject matter, it is important to know simple terms such as gender, sex, and sexuality. Gender is what people feel within themselves, according to cultural understandings. Such as girls are soft and compassionate, whilst men are less so. Sex is a biological term which directly refers to the genitals one was born with. Sexuality is whom one is attracted to sexually and emotionally. This may or may not align with their gender.

Gender Fluid

Gender fluid is an identity that seems to be regularly mistaken. Gender fluid refers to a gender which varies over time. A gender fluid person may at any time identify as male, female, neutrois, or any other non-binary identity, or some combination of identities. It is a gender identity which can be described as a mix of boy and girl. A person who is Gender Fluid may always feel like a mix of the two traditional genders, but may feel more boy some days, and more girl other days.  Being Gender Fluid has nothing to do with which set of genitalia one has, nor their sexual orientation. It is solemnly as what they feel like inside, and gender fluid people never seem to stick with a single gender identity.

Many celebrities consider themselves genderfluid, such as Miley Cyrus, Tilda Swinton, DJ Ruby Rose, and Andrej Pejić. Standards for each gender has been ever evolving, from more intense beliefs, to sneaky yet still beliefs.

One of the main misconceptions for people who are gender fluid is that their gender is nonexistent, however an individual who is gender fluid experiences a constant shift between the gender spectrums. There are some people who fall under the Trans spectrum that do not feel dysphoric about their gender, but it is well known that most do. Gender Dysphoria is a feeling of your physical body not matching up with how you feel internally that it should be. Many people would describe the feeling of dysphoria in many different ways, though all of the ways that it is described make it clear that it is a negative feeling.

Many people who are gender fluid will date bisexual or pansexual people, those who are attracted to two genders, or are attracted to people no matter what gender they are. Some people who are gender fluid will use pronouns other than he/him or she/her. Some will use the gender neutral they/them, or another term that they choose and use regularly. Along with different pronouns, sometimes they will use gender neutral terms for themselves while dating. Instead of having their significant other calling them their boyfriend/girlfriend, they will terms such as “date mate” or even a term as simple as “partner” or “significant other”.

Many people who are gender fluid will often dress and appear as unisex or androgynous, though in some cases they will decide to mix objects that most would place within gender categories. A good example of that would be someone who decides to wear masculine appearing clothing, with makeup or another part of themselves appearing feminine.

It is recommended that when coming across a genderfluid person, that you politely ask what pronouns they would like to be referred as. Some people who experience fluid gender don’t use the word “genderfluid” for themselves. Some people with fluid genders call themselves by a word such as genderqueer, bigender, multigender, polygender, or other words. This can be because the people haven’t seen the word “genderfluid,” or it can be because they don’t think it describes them well. It’s important to understand that each person has the right to decide what to call their gender identity, and that they’re the only one who can do that.

Gender Fluid

Some genderfluid people find that their environment does not influence their gender identity to change. They find that their gender fluidity is unpredictable and happens randomly. Other genderfluid people find that their gender changes depending on the situation, and is influenced by inside or outside sources. For Gender Fluid people who think their changes in gender might have to do with their menstrual cycle, they think it might be caused by how the natural hormone levels rise and fall during that cycle. It’s possible that a person might think that they tend to feel male during their periods even if that’s only rarely the case for them, because the incongruence of that situation would feel noticeable and memorable.

The biggest thing to keep in mind for both sides of a relationship with someone who is gender fluid, whether that relationship is platonic or romantic, is being honest with each other about who you are and what you are looking for. Being open with a significant other can really be better for both people involved than one might think.