Partner’s perspective on being in a relationship with someone who is trans

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23 COMMENTS

  1. The way she says urinal is incredible😂 and the way she talks about him gives me hope in having a continually fulfilling and wonderful relationship with my gf since I am also trans.

  2. I can totally relate to your perspective of the coming out story! My bestie came out as lesbian and I was the last person to find out. She said she was scared to lose our friendship 😭 this was over 10 yrs ago. We're still besties 🙃

  3. Ok, maybe I'm being dense, but you said maybe in the future you could have a baby that's BOTH biological your's!? How? He can't produce sperm…. Can he? Again, maybe I'm being stupid, but how is that possible?

  4. Thank you for your honest and kind perspective . My boyfriend has also been with me since long before , and through out my transition as well. You guys take care, blessings .

  5. I loved this video and you, your such an awesome person.

    But the way you say "urinal" is hilarious.

  6. That was so lovely and sweet! It felt really heart warming to have you talking about some things most people think we should be offended about. It's really good to have someone beeing honest about their point of view instead of tiptoeing. Thank you guys for that! It's been a harsh week, and it's made my day ❤

  7. Thank you sweetie!
    You did wonderful and you answered everything just perfectly!!

    I am bisexual. I have been in straight relationships, and I have been in lesbian relationships, and I've even been in both at the same time when I was much younger (lol).
    And to me- for me- this just sounds PERFECT!
    Other than the sexual part of the relationship it sounds like you get the best of both worlds here! You get a more understanding man than any man could ever be and that's just amazing!
    Not to mention (the best relationships always are this way) you are having a sexual relationship with your best friend!
    That's just amazing to me!
    Thank you so much for doing this sweetie!
    💖 💖 💖 🤗 🤗 🤗

  8. I came out as a trans man at the age of 53. I had a female friend that I had known for nearly 30 years and she was the first person I told. Her response was so positive and amazing that it made me very confident about my decision and a few months later I proposed to her. Since I didn't plan to have bottom surgery I told her that one of the perks of being in a relationship with a trans man is that she could help pick out my "package," size, shape, color, etc. Unfortunately, just as we were planning to move in together, she died suddenly of a seizure. i miss her very much.

  9. Stumbled on this. Sensitive, loving description. I have very limited experience with the trans world. It is beautiful that you have found acceptance & purpose.

  10. my Gramma had a blanket with exactly the same pattern as your top. I've never seen anything with that pattern since. I had to keep reminding myself to listen to your words and not think about her since she passed in 1981. wow. I did enjoy your talk.

  11. I just wanted to say you guys are awesome. I need some advice from you and Jammi but I don’t want to ask in public

  12. The best thing about your relationship is that your honest, intelligent and really an ordinary couple nothing weird or camp. I think that's what many trans may want to be accepted as normal. By the way Jamie looks like a cute man , not female in any way

  13. Sham you have such a posh accent. Where are you from in uk? Plus what's your heratage? I think it's amazing to see interracial couple with the added struggles of trans. It would be interesting to know how your family and you dealt with any family struggles.

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