How to Find a Gorgeous TS Woman in Dubai

Being trans is considered to be illegal in Dubai. It’s difficult for trans people to seek relationships openly. This makes communication and interaction equally challenging for the non-trans people interested in dating them.  

In this situation, is trans dating in Dubai even possible? Discretion is the keyword. The go-to option if you’re looking for unconventional love in Dubai are online dating sites.

You can meet anyone you’re interested in personally after you talk and get to know each other. You’ll find trans people in Dubai to be very cautious. Be patient. Caution is a good sign. It means they are genuinely interested in a normal relationship. It’s also logical given how strict the laws are. Always meet somewhere private, ideally your place if you’re renting an apartment in the city. Hotels aren’t always safe.  

It’s definitely possible to meet a beautiful woman with a real profile, although not all admins are committed to deleting spam. International dating sites like My Transgender Cupid, My Ladyboy Date, and My Transgender Date are all accessible in Dubai. Quite a few locals have found a match through them. What’s more, you’ll never find offensive terms used on these niche sites.

Personal ads are another option you could look into. Outcomes seem to be mixed. Some people will tell you they’re a waste of time. Others see them as money well spent. Not all personal ad sites will cater to trans users. Some of them tend to have issues with spam as well.

Look for sites and apps that give you free access to profiles. These can offer a wealth of information. Definitely take advantage of this feature.

We don’t encourage people to use their real names on ads and profiles or when chatting. Don’t share photos, what you do, or where you live. The police might intercept the messages.

You won’t see gorgeous trans women in Dubai out and about like you would in Bangkok, for example. An openly trans person in a club or bar is a rare sight. Being trans is equated with homosexuality in the UAE, which is illegal by default. Authorities would see a relationship between a straight man and a trans woman as a homosexual one. You might be tempted to approach a beautiful trans lady in an LGBT-friendly location; these do exist. After all, Dubai is a cosmopolitan city. If you do, do not be too open too soon. It’s not illegal to have a conversation with someone. Take your time to get to know them first.

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The Fight for Transgender Rights in Manila

Transgenders were active in the community as leaders or Shamans before the Spaniards colonized the Philippines. What is known as the LGBT community today lost practically all rights with colonization. Under Spanish rule, homosexuality was punishable by death, and all forms of cross-dressing were banned. The Spanish legacy has been hard to overcome and the island nation’s LGBT community, in part the trans, remains marginalized. Its members often face disadvantages in starting their own business, obtaining civil marriage rights, and even getting hired for jobs.

The suicide rate among non-heterosexuals is higher compared to non-homosexuals. International research shows that the Filipino LGBT community may have as many as 12 million members. It’s impossible to know exactly as not all are registered, or even out for that matter.

The community has a beacon in the face of Geraldine Roman, who is the first transgender member of Congress in the country. She is backing the anti-SOGIE (sexual orientation and gender identity expression) bill which, if passed, will make discrimination against transsexuals illegal. This would be great news for transgender women in Manila and the country. Roman’s election to Congress symbolizes hope for change, a transition to liberal thinking, and a break with stereotypes. If it hadn’t been for her, the bill would never have reached the plenary.

If it is passed into law, violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity expression will be outlawed nationwide. Preventing access to commercial establishments and government services on the basis of being trans will be against the law as well.

The bill has some implications where marital rights are concerned. In an interview with CNN, Roman assures that “there is no reason to fear the civil partnership bill.” She says it is a matter of being democratic enough to realize that all Filipinos deserve legal recognition and all associated rights and obligations.

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