I know it can be hard to find the right words while expressing your preferences when it comes to what you’re looking for in a partner. really lost, when it comes to stating your preferences properly.
To be clear, you’re allowed to describe the kind of guy you’re looking for and the things that turn you on but specifying the race of your desired partner is a line that is not to be crossed. I should point out that I’ve had this conversation with more than a couple of white gays in person and here is where the debate usually begins, so I’m going to assume that you’re rolling your eyes at me right about now.
I could sit here and show you photos of conventionally attractive trans people.
One of the most common ways of grouping people in this manner is by race.
In the last issue of The Tartan, staffwriter Brandon Schmuck wrote about the racism — or lack thereof — in sexual and romantic racial preferences.
There was probably a time in my life when I said I wouldn’t date a trans person.
But since then, I’ve thought critically about it and changed my mind.
Before I begin, I want you to understand that I’m not calling all of you racist.