Originally Posted by RfromRMC
So he says he identified as bisexual and not pansexual because he "likes his men very much manly and his women very much womanly". (His words, not mine.)
That's kind of transphobic, actually.
My gf is transgender, but very much a woman. More femme than I am (I'm cisgendered, but fall somewhere in between butch and femme). Despite being pre-op, she is "very much womanly," and so are most transwomen I know.
I actually love androgyny and sometimes wish my gf wasn't quite so much of a woman! heh
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