When you put that there and the first thing people ask about is your d*ck, 99.99 per cent of the time she isn't gonna be happy." Whatever your take on the situation, Emma's Tinder chats highlight the difficulty surrounding transgender dating.Hundreds of trans people have spoken out in the past about the limited options available to them in the dating world; for example, transgender writer Juno Dawson spoke out in the past about being fetishised and turned into a 24-hour sexual fantasy by men, writing about the multiple men who message her claiming to have "always dreamt about being with a trans girl".The comments that came her way ranged from merely curious - "You actually have a dick? " - to the plain rude - "You've got a 'dick' till nov LOL".However, the 24-year-old wasn't exactly going to take it lying down.Picture having to do all of this, try to ensure that this person accepts the fact that you were born a different gender.
After finding out, her date became incredibly aggressive, leaving her in fear of attack.
One person wrote: "She set her profile to match with men. I would have been a little confused too and the two-girl emoji isn't as clear as a written statement.
They weren't being disrespectful, just dense, but she just shot them down." However, supporters of the transgender community were quick to defend her, stressing how difficult it is to date as a transgender person.
Choosing to take a dive into the turbulent world of online dating, the young woman decided to change her Tinder profile dating preferences from just women to both genders.
In addition, she wrote an in-depth bio which detailed her hobbies and what exactly she was looking for in a relationship.