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Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I'm looking for the same thing in a relationship with a guy that most women want. I'm honest about my background -- I've gone through a lot to get where I am today.Google a search for transsexual dating sites and although not likely to be free, you will find many that are specific to your lifestyle and logically, a much better chance of success. Speaking of which, Thailand is known to have one of the most affordable clinics where ppl can get anything from a sex change to cosmetic surgery done for probably half the cost of what you'd spend back home -- this including round-way air ticket too. of course the risk is there are few regulations here to OP's original question: I don't know about POF but IRL (in real life) I have read stories where it's happened. Like others said, you're looking for a very small needle in the haystack. There are other sites more for your personal needs. As a Hetro Male I would NOT date you, not my thing. You will alway have the male x corazone, you will never have the female Y corazome. You'll probably find that many men out there will have difficulty accepting you as a woman.Perhaps you may need more patience than the usual fish on here ... But no more so on Po F than anywhere else online or in life, except maybe some specialized transgender dating sites (I'm on a couple, you can message me if you want to know them, but I don't think either offers much promise--I changed my mail settings to make sure you can contact me if you want).So, if you find rejection (welcome to the club), maybe they are simply not attracted to you, which may not have anything to do with being a transsexual, or for some, as have posted, maybe everything.....What I do know, is that we are all marketing ourselves to some extent... I would--not you specifically, you're about the same age as my parents, and I'm looking for someone a few years younger than me, and certainly not 19 years older--though I much prefer pre/non-ops.My view is, if that is what makes you happy, then be proud of who you are.I am not fully knowledgeable of sites that provide for what you are seeking, but I would think there are some out there that may be more accepting of it and give you a broader spectrum of choices. If so, maybe asking others what they have done may help. Well kudos to you for having the balls to post that on your profile.
You're probably not wasting your time here, unless you're like me and lose track of the time when you're on the site. The mob of people on here do not want to date the individuals on here.You really can't be contacting men unless you are 100 percent sure they would be ok with your situation. Finding love is hard enough, but it must be extra hard in your situation."Would you date a post-op transsexual woman? I think I have a lot to offer but I'm wondering if I'm wasting my time on Plenty of Fish. An absolute necessity for any relationship, including just friendship.... That would indicate that you now have no external male parts, but on a lifetime of hormone supplements, that at your age, many menopausal women are on as well.....Are there guys here who would even consider dating someone like me? First off, a disclaimer that I cannot begin to understand the psychology behind, but I am going with the metaphor that one was born as a hermaphrodite and decided to make a choice of which parts to keep. Nevertheless, only you can decide if you are wasting your time.Would it not be best to perhaps check out one of those sites? The other is you totally leave the contacting to the men. Plus, no offense, but you look like a man in a dress.That way you know the guy who is contacting you is totally open to dating you. Another deal-breaker."Well kudos to you for having the balls to post that on your profile. I'm looking for the same thing in a relationship with a guy that most women want. I'm honest about my background -- I've gone through a lot to get where I am today. I think "lookatme" did...lol) has to be a good thing, right?