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31-Jan-2016 12:45

My best personal advice for getting noticed is keeping your profile short, sweet, and to-the-point.

Also, be yourself and be honest about what you do for work, play, what you like, and what you don’t.

What does online dating encompass for a crossdresser like me?

Simple — the one and only perk of actually being able to find someone compatible.

In my case, three girls messaged me, asking about my crossdressing since they felt intrigued.

With even traditional online dating sites like,,, and the dating app Tinder, you will be able to browse through hundreds, if not thousands, of potential mates, very few of whom would be anywhere from okay to great about you being yourself.

However, few potential life partners are better than none.

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Truth is that most women would not be willing to date a male-to-female cross-dresser. Being faced with that dating barrier along with the sad reality of not being able to go out truly a lot just for the sake of going out because of being swamped with school (I’m a University of Florida Gator, hence swamped) and work, I decided to turn to online dating. Women want men, men’s men, manly men, masculine and tough men, tough guys, Supermen.“Honesty is the best policy” will soon become your best friend.Being honest and upfront about what you do will save you a lot of time and maybe money that someone in your past may have wasted as you tried to make your relationship work even though the girl or woman despised and resented you for wanting or even pretending to be a woman, with or without her. Make yourself great bait by signing up as the person you present as on a regular basis.

For example, if you are Aaron 25 days of the month, don’t set a profile up as Ariel, whom you dress up as for the other 5 days. Not everyone is familiar with crossdressers, so don’t over emphasize it in your profile.It goes back to honesty — be honest and natural and you’ll get more views and likes than if you were not. Instead, talk about career interests, other ‘hobbies’ besides crossdressing, life goals, what you like to eat, what movies and shows you watch, what books you read, what music you listen to, etc.