Trans girlfriend

I've been in a relationship with a trans woman for more than 2 years. She is beautiful, tall, very style-wise. She attracts a lot of attention. Every time we go out there's countless guys who gawk at her and just stare. Well let me tell you, you just look like foxes preying over meat and it disgusts me that you can never respect. Stop staring. Yeah she's beautiful but she's not an object. I don't know if you realize how stupid men look when staring at women. Plus, many of you are married guys, strolling with wife and kids, and still can't stop staring. Just FYI, yeah more men than you'd know are into trans women, but please stop, you look ridiculous.


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Nov 14, 2019 at 1:59pm

This sounds an awful lot like insecurity more than anything.... Just appreciate the beautiful partner you have and ignore the world around you. Unless they're being transphobic -then smack 'em with some knowledge, yo!

I would have given you thumbs up,

Nov 14, 2019 at 3:11pm

...but you had to point out that she was trans. Subtract the word trans from all of that and call her what she is, a women, why does it matter if she is trans?

Thank you so much

Nov 14, 2019 at 4:38pm

I laughed so hard the read that. You made my day


Nov 14, 2019 at 7:50pm

Then why didn't you talk about her personality? Your description was also an objectification.


Nov 14, 2019 at 8:15pm

My girlfriend is all of those things but short and she gets a lot of people staring too. People stare at things that intrigue them. It’s a natural human response. I agree that there is an amount of time that is suitable to look at someone. There’s admiring and then there’s gawking. However, you sound paranoid and insecure about the fact your girlfriend is trans otherwise you wouldn’t have mentioned it.

Barb Mackenzie

Nov 14, 2019 at 9:26pm

I am an ordinary looking woman, at least I believe that is what I am. I have had men gawk at me all my life. That is what men do.

OK we get it

Nov 14, 2019 at 11:45pm

You're bisexual.


Nov 15, 2019 at 12:05am

If someone wants to act the ass in public, more power to them. Truth in advertising.
Boors are easily distinguished by their behavior, and instantly inform one's expectations appropriately (low). Very convenient for me. Why expect consideration, manners or ethics, when the person can't deliver? Disappointment ensues.
Much more importantly, staring unsettles the object. And that's rude, even by modern (low to nonexistent) standards of proper conduct.
In the land of no eye contact, this is generally not a problem for me. Except sometimes.
I avoid locking eyes here because it makes strangers uncomfortable. But when someone stares, I'll stare back. And that's when things get really weird, because my eye color makes my eyes look depthless and changeable. So once it starts, the stare usually continues until they stumble or bump into stuff. And get very embarrassed.
Pro tip for starers:
Break, before it gets awkward or hosatile. Look at your phone. Turn and speak to someone else. Wave to an imaginary friend on the other side of the wherever you are.
By the time you turn back, the spell will have passed.

Gender and sexuality are common pretexts for bad behavior (in-groups vs out-groups and likeso). Culture and social norms in parts of the developed world can be quite appalling - hopelessly backward and "traditional". Even in wealthy, extremely materialistic and tech-obsessed countries. South Korea comes to mind. But some of rich Europe is worse. Very LGetc-hostile.

Yeah sure

Nov 15, 2019 at 6:52am

It's not only about me, but about how uncomfortable the STARING makes her. Try having guys gawking at you everywhere you go, it isn't nice.

I think you have other problems

Nov 15, 2019 at 7:18am

Whats the big deal here? That she's trans, or that people stare? I ask because my husband is the sexiest thing alive, and woman and many men stare all the time, how can you NOT take your eyes off an attractive person? Big deal, we all do it. Just enjoy it.

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