He dates men and women, both transgender and cisgender (a term for people who aren't trans).
After La Mon transitioned from female to male, he didn’t change his gender to “male” on his OKCupid profile; instead, he started a second profile where he identified as “male.” He kept the female profile active because he thinks that some women who typically date other women might also be interested in dating transgender men.
It’s very possible that he isn’t self-aware enough to know he doesn’t communicate well.
Meaning, he thinks he’s communicating fine because he’s unaware of his own style and its impact on your relationship.
Question: I have used Catholic Match on and off for several years now, with no success.
I think about the thousands of single lonely people using this website and wonder why are we not connecting with each other?
While he has dated some people through the site—it’s where he met the woman he’s seeing—he is frustrated with the limited ways transgender people are able to identify on the site, “because you don’t fit into these little boxes, or the people you’re interested in don’t fit in neat little boxes.” La Mon wasn't alone in his discontent.
Last year, Yeni Sleidi met a software developer named Asher Snyder who was fed up with what he calls the “Tinderification” of online dating.
Many of the reasons singles have difficulty finding their spouse will still be an issue regardless of what “tool” they use—online dating or otherwise. Finding Opportunities Singles often make the mistake of thinking the tool is the problem or they don’t have enough opportunity.
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If he isn’t aware of the impact his communication style is having on you, it’s time for some kind honesty with him.We know the rap on guys: They are just out for sex, they are disrespectful, they don't know how to treat women, they are jerks.