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Beyond this, treat transgender people with the common courtesy you afford all your acquaintances: respect their privacy, don't ask overly-personal questions, and apologize if you mess up.
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Jazz, who previously co-wrote a picture book for younger children, is very open in discussing her gender identity and puberty: She refers to male and female genitalia with both proper terminology and slang and discusses slurs referencing her genitalia.
She incorporates plentiful references to celebrities, her reality TV series, and her public acclaim and recognition as a trans teen activist.
Mark says that a lot of men who hide their attraction to transgender women are "trying to protect themselves from this gay label and being judged by society," but tells them they're not gay, and that "finding transgender people attractive is the most natural thing in the world.
They are beautiful."Mark's current partner, a transgender woman named Lorraina, is also interviewed talking about how she'd told her mother at a young age that she wanted to be a girl and her family was the "holy grail" in terms of how supportive they were.
Jazz is forthright about her difficulties dating and finding good friends and about dealing with depression.
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and it's 'their right' that trans girls should be honored by their attention.
Fuck off." He's been dating transgender women for five years now, and lives with his partner and another transgender woman named Paige who all host parties for men interested in transgender women.
speaks with transgender women and the men who love them.
One of the men they spoke with, Mark, a window cleaner, says he doesn't have a choice in who he's attracted to, though he does describe himself as heterosexual with "no hesitation." He also says that a lot of guys treat transgender women as "sub-class ...