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On certain sites, like Ok Cupid where you’re able to write in longer profiles and descriptions about yourself, I’ll put it in the actual profile description.But it’s not the first line, and it’s not the last line. It’s a good barometer for me of who actually reads my profile, because if you read it all the way through, you would have found it.“I firmly believe that with dating apps especially — and that’s the only way people date these days that I’m aware of — you get out what you put in.We have found that professionals from all areas are almost always ignorant of the rights of trans children and young people, and prejudice is rife.Our speakers are not only there to show that being trans is something to be celebrated, but to empower and enable families and young people to access the best care possible in all aspects, and on occasion to challenge and secure better services.
If I don’t think they’re worth my time, then that’s fine.Weekends run from Friday early evening to Sunday lunchtime/afternoon, and comprise of a meet and greet on Friday, then Saturday we deliver workshops and speakers, with plenty of opportunities to ask questions and socialise.A communal evening meal follows, and then Sunday is for families and teens to solidify friendships and swap details.It’s not a dominating conversation when you’re dating somebody, but if they’re not fully on board and aware of what’s going on, they’re not worth my time.”I’ve spoken to trans individuals who don’t like feeling like they “need” to disclose something like that upfront. Now, some will give you the option to list a trans status, but I don’t believe it belongs there.Does it bother you that you feel like you have to disclose your trans status so early in a relationship? That said, when I’m meeting the person, I believe it’s about my time and my feeling this person out.