There is someone out there for us

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As a writer, I guess I expect others to be able to write as freely and easily as I do. Not because your gender identity aligns with your genitalia, not because of your bank account, not because of your job or the size of your home.

Truth be told, there were no immediate sparks when we met up at our local coffee shop. But there are people out there who understand, who have open minds, and who will see you for you. If the girl in question is a software engineer, you should probably ask her about that. We are just as respectable, acceptable and lovable as any other girl on the planet. We had been flirting on Facebook for about a year and agreed that if either of us was ever traveling close enough to the other, we would meet.

And, while I felt no need to explain myself, I replied. We both agreed it was not our time and that there might be potential for some kind of connection at some point in the future. Our body is none of your business, and vise versa. Also, not all of us have gone down that route.

My foray into the dating world began a couple of years ago while I was still fairly early in my transition. However, as I write this, it seems the tides may be turning in my favor.

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