Transgender tween talks dating
Maybe they're afraid they'll get cooties, but this is high school so I doubt it's that—but it sure feels that way. Unless, it was a group of trans kids…and that's a whole different story worthy of its own sitcom. We giggled a lot, and had fun on our "playdates." We peck-kissed a couple of times.When I was in middle school the kids were really into playing truth or dare. Amongst other stupid things like licking a shoe or making a prank call, there was always the dare to kiss someone. I have a bunch of transgender friends, but they're all spread out across the country. Our moms played matchmaker and before I could object he was my boyfriend. It was all cute and very innocent, until the day I tried to kiss him. As soon as my tongue touched his lips, he pushed me away and accused me of biting him.It was a great afternoon, and he even told me he'd like to go out again.
Let's face it, your average straight cis-gender teenage boy isn't going to pursue a relationship with a trans-girl.Jennings spoke to Oprah Winfrey that “boys aren’t really accepting” of her, but that she still gets herself out there.She said: “I just go with the flow and see what happens.And therefore not many guys have crushes on me, at least at my school.
They think that if they like me they’ll be called gay by their friends because they like another ‘boy,’” Jennings continued in the interview."He's hot," or "such a cutie." He has "the bluest eyes," a "movie star smile," and he's "so sweet." They are so boy crazy!