The Perfect Dating Site for Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming People

Dating as a trans person can feel like a minefield. Lots of people have a complicated relationship with online dating, and that’s perfectly normal. Whether you’ve been at it for years or you’re just looking to get back into dating, dating apps like HER can be a great way to meet new people and search for that spark, without the pressure of meeting in person.

Contrary to what you might think, HER is a safe and inclusive place to date and chat for all queer people. While it started as somewhere for queer women to connect, it has evolved into something for LGBTQ+ people. Cis women, trans women, trans men, non-binary people and gender non-conforming people are all welcome here. There are thousands of physical and digital spaces that cater to cis gay men, so HER is somewhere that all the other colors of the rainbow can unite.

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As a trans person, getting back into the dating world after transitioning can be scary. You’re not sure how to approach the topic or how people might react or how open to be on your profile. Apps like HER can be a great place to start, because it’s a space that respects and understands who you are, and you can easily find others that share your experiences.

If you’re not a trans person, but you’re looking to date a trans person, or you’re open to it, or maybe you’re already dating a trans person – don’t overthink it. With everything we see on trans issues in the media, it can be easy to build it up as something huge in your head. But it doesn’t have to be. Being trans is just one part of who someone is, just like your sexuality or your race are just one part of who you are. The most important thing is to respect them, their identity and their journey. 

If you don’t know much about trans issues or the experience, do some research before you dive into dating someone trans. There are thousands of resources available on the internet from queer media outlets, to LGBTQ+ charities, to personal blogs and trans people social media. If you’re not sure of someone’s pronouns or how to refer to someone, just ask. But if it’s something you can easily Google, do that first.

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Personals: A Safe Space for Trans Women and Men

The only way to make a truly deep connection with someone is by being yourself. This is why queer spaces are so necessary: because they offer the safety and support to be completely ourselves without fear. That’s what HER profiles are all about. Apps created by and mostly for straight people have limited options for gender, pronouns or sexuality. HER has numerous options for all of these categories, and you can pick as many or as few as you like. For many, there’s not just one label that feels right. Identities are complex and varied, and your profile should be able to reflect that. If there’s nothing on there that fits, you can also self-describe or not include a label. You should be free to identify in a way that feels right to you.

Ultimately, dating should be fun! That’s the whole point. Meeting new people, having new experiences, connecting with each other – that’s what dating should be about. But often for LGBTQ+ people, we need an LGBTQ+ space to be able to do that comfortably, without fear of judgement or bigotry. So if you’re having a hard time dating on straight-focused apps, sliding into strangers DMs or trying to force a meet-cute on the street, maybe it’s time to rethink.

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The only way to make a truly deep connection with someone is by being yourself. This is why queer spaces are so necessary: because they offer the safety and support to be completely ourselves without fear. That’s what HER profiles are all about. Apps created by and mostly for straight people have limited options for gender, pronouns or sexuality. HER has numerous options for all of these categories, and you can pick as many or as few as you like. For many, there’s not just one label that feels right. Identities are complex and varied, and your profile should be able to reflect that. If there’s nothing on there that fits, you can also self-describe or not include a label. You should be free to identify in a way that feels right to you.

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The only way to make a truly deep connection with someone is by being yourself. This is why queer spaces are so necessary: because they offer the safety and support to be completely ourselves without fear. That’s what HER profiles are all about. Apps created by and mostly for straight people have limited options for gender, pronouns or sexuality. HER has numerous options for all of these categories, and you can pick as many or as few as you like. For many, there’s not just one label that feels right. Identities are complex and varied, and your profile should be able to reflect that. If there’s nothing on there that fits, you can also self-describe or not include a label. You should be free to identify in a way that feels right to you.

Whether you’re fresh out of the closet or you’ve been in the game for years, dating in a space that is respectful and loving is often far easier than trying to date in spaces built for cis, straight people. 

Apps like her offer a judgement-free zone where you can find people like you and people who respect you. Queer people need to stick together, and that always includes the trans community. So if you’re looking for love or just to connect with other trans people, head to the App Store or the Play Store and see what happens.

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