Granted, those roles are less pronounced than they were previously - but make no mistake: fundamentally? My dear friend Alice - now ten years post-op struggled with this issue when it came to dating lesbians.
At present, most post-operative transsexual women end up with lesbian women, other transsexuals - or they’re still with the wife they married as a man. Alas, an increasing number seem to be “evolving” to men - regardless of initial orientation.
Thus, the evolution from heterosexual male to lesbian woman only represented a change of “title”.
Those male attributes include somewhat more logical thinking and more common sense.
In a nutshell, it's understanding a man better than genetic women do, a greater likelihood of understanding where a man is coming from than a GG would.
This situation is improving as trans issues become more mainstream - but its far from a level playing field.
Thus, it usually means a post operative TS woman has to be more beautiful, smarter and more fun than her female counterparts in order to be competitive for the same quality guy. Nope - but what about our transsexuality was ever fair?I’m a big fan of pre-op, earlier stage gals moving beyond any life within “trans-world” ASAP in their journey.However, for a single, post-op, heterosexual transsexual woman? There’s a growing contingent of these ladies that embrace the idea of a transsexual partner.Lesbian women can be very discerning in this regard.There’s also the “butch and femme dynamic” to resolve.Some post-ops told me this, some men told me this, and a whole slew of pre-ops told me this. After my operation, I changed my profile to clearly indicate that I am a post-operative transsexual.