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But what I’ve been thinking about since then is possibly more controversial: I am bisexual, and I think that has made it easier for me to date a trans person.

I fully expect that there will be many trans people who find that statement offensive, and as undermining their gender, but I honestly don’t believe that it does. As someone who identifies as bisexual, I have, when considering sexual and romantic relationships, actively thought about different genders.

For the most part, dating a transgender person is no different from dating a cisgender person (someone who identifies with the gender assigned to them at birth).

Daily I am surprised by the “new” use of “old” words; the newer definitions and meanings of some.

Start with the word we all know and use in a zillion different ways: Queer.

Now we know the dictionary meaning to be “odd or unusual” to be short.

A while ago, I was on a panel attempting to answer questions from cis people about trans issues.

As the partner of a trans activist, and someone who runs a community group for allies, I was trying to be the voice of someone who will never know how it feels to be trans, but has spent a lot of time thinking about trans issues.