Can a transgender woman be a lesbian?

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Can a man who transitioned to a woman still love women?
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Yes, Sexuality & Gender have nothing to do with each other. What you have doesn't affect who you want to go with
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Yes I dont see any reason why not.
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Yes, just because you transition to your desired gender doesn't mean you change your sexuality. They are two separate things.
For example, a biological man (who is attracted to females) transitions into a female, they will always still love females, NOT males. Or another example, where a biological female (who is bisexual) transitions into a male, they would still be bisexual.
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Can a man who transitioned to a woman still love women?
So does that mean that you were originally a lesbian? I don't understand.
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So does that mean that you were originally a lesbian - even before it was lopped off? I don't understand.
You killed the thread.
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You killed the thread.
:erm: sorry.... It got all too confusing for me....
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So does that mean that you were originally a lesbian - even before it was lopped off? I don't understand.
The person could be considered lesbian even before transitioning through surgery, yeah - depending on your view on what a transgender person really is. They could be seen as a lesbian in a man's body. In the end it's for them to determine, though, not for us to label.

Other mtf people never use surgery to transition at all - they just present as female while still possessing male genitals. I don't have any problem thinking of them as lesbians (assuming they like women obviously).

Just a tip - if someone had had a body part removed for medical reasons, would you talk to them about having something ''lopped off''? And if not, why treat surgically transitioned transgender people differently? Seems tasteless and needlessly unpleasant.
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fake news. I don't believe you can change your gender
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Who you want to go to bed as doesn't dictate who you want to go to bed with
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The person could be considered lesbian even before transitioning through surgery, yeah - depending on your view on what a transgender person really is. They could be seen as a lesbian in a man's body. In the end it's for them to determine, though, not for us to label.

Other mtf people never use surgery to transition at all - they just present as female while still possessing male genitals. I don't have any problem thinking of them as lesbians (assuming they like women obviously).

Just a tip - if someone had had a body part removed for medical reasons, would you talk to them about having something ''lopped off''? And if not, why treat surgically transitioned transgender people differently? Seems tasteless and needlessly unpleasant.
It's also not removed at all, the existing tissue there is inverted to create the internal cavity of a woman's genitalia and what was the penis head becomes the clitoris
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It's also not removed at all, the existing tissue there is inverted to create the internal cavity of a woman's genitalia and what was the penis head becomes the clitoris
Huh okay now I know.
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(Original post by anosmianAcrimony)
Just a tip - if someone had had a body part removed for medical reasons, would you talk to them about having something ''lopped off''? And if not, why treat surgically transitioned transgender people differently? Seems tasteless and needlessly unpleasant.
Yes I would. So the analysis can stop there.

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Seems tasteless and needlessly unpleasant.
Bit overdramatic. It's quite a common term for having something surgically removed: you don't need to go full-on Snowflake about it.
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boomers and myself have more money than you ever will.
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boomers and myself have more money than you ever will.
are you quite alright...wtf does this have to do with transgender women?
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A Rolling Stone is saving up enough money to get the op in Bangkok.
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Apparently being scientific and factual is reason enough to have your post deleted.

What a mad world we live in.
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