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Not only that, but if I'm using a dating site it's fairly likely that I'm looking for a long-term partner that I'd consider having children with, and the fact is that transgender women cannot have children.Therefore, I should be able to filter out transgender women and (though I personally wouldn't) include transgender men.Should we create separate categories for people who have autism or learning disabilities? Besides, isn’t that kind of the premise of dating sites to begin with, that the pool is diverse?They are still around, not because failed dates / matches don’t happen, but because of the possibility of finding someone who likes you for who you are, whatever that may be. I find it irritating when I'm using a dating site like Tinder, Ok Cupid, whatever and I stumble across a "woman" only to realize that it's a man that has transitioned or (in most cases) is in the process of transitioning to become a woman.Barring extremists it's generally accepted that I, as a biological cisgender man (think I'm saying that right), am under no obligation to be attracted to transgender women (that is, men transitioning to women I think).There are plenty of women who aren't transgendered and wouldn't be able to reproduce with you.You would not be able to filter out women who fall into this category with some sort of transgender indicator.
By that logic, we should have no filters at all - and you should just see everyone with no filters at all, which would be a miserable user experience no one would use.We can debate or disagree as to if that is wise or fair to omit that, but that is different than arguing that you are entitled to that information.You might argue that a physical disability or a person being trans are major factors for some people in terms of who they’ll date.I don't want to debate the legitimacy of transgenderism as that's not what I'm here about and my opinions are not likely to change in that regard.I'm open to discussing the why's and why not's, my view could be changed by a reasonable explanation of why dating sites shouldn't function this way.So: transgender men and women should have their own separate designations from men and women on dating sites. EDIT: As a clarification, because I seem to have given the impression that I'm somehow obscuring a lack of interest in same-sex relationships, I do not want to sleep with a biological man - which is one more reason for the filter./u/The_Josh_Of_Clubs (OP) has awarded 3 delta(s) in this post.All comments that earned deltas (from OP or other users) are listed here, in r/Delta Log.Personally, I would encourage trans people to be up front simply for their own safety, but I don’t see why they should have to wear that info like a banner any more than someone in a wheelchair should have to put that front and center on their dating profile.Last counterpoint is, why should a trans person have to put that they are trans on their profile rather than you putting on yours that you don’t date trans people? Gender is a pretty big deal, the genders you're interested in are typically one of the first questions a dating site asks you.You might even argue that they are major factors for MOST people. My point is: there are loads of factors that someone might consider “major” when it comes to date-ability.And yet, why should we allow filters for one thing and not another? What is a dealbreaker for you might not be a dealbreaker for someone else.