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I have only one more surgery to go (yes, that one).I am now at a point where my life (socially and professionally) is pretty standard.

He didn’t wait to read your potential interest in him. Fifty-three years ago I married a similar “nice guy” — a heavy drinker who could “hold his liquor.” Today, at age 84, he suffers from alcohol-related dementia (ARD), which is almost indistinguishable from Alzheimer’s disease.Men are showing interest, which is nice, but it’s also kind of frightening, in that I can’t tell if the men I meet know I’m a trans-person. This is a process — physical, emotional and social.I have two issues I need help with, Amy: First, I believe the right way to tell a guy about my status is when he’s asked me out, although I’ve had friends tell me to go out with someone once or twice before telling the guy (yikes). And you have the right to take this process at whatever pace you choose.Dezert Boyz PO Box 3521, Tucson, AZ 85722 (520) 628-8659 Boyz/Southern Arizona’s FTM support network. Genderific Groups (Co-Ed) Phoenix, AZ [email protected] Films, Discussion, Potlucks Every Sunday afternoon 1-4PM Ipha-Zeta, Tri-Ess PO Box 1738 Tempe, AZ 85280-1738 (602) 488-0959 Support group offering social activities.SAGA 690 E 19th St #130, Tucson, AZ 85719 (602) 488-0959 Support group offering social activities.We gather together for meetups, events, outings and fun times.

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Second, I had a man show interest in me recently at an industry-related event. I said something like, “Oh, I see, that’s nice,” and just let it drop. Any time you find yourself thinking “yikes” about a suggestion from others about how you should behave — it’s the yikes-reaction you should pay attention to.

He astonished me by telling me (out of the blue) that he’s “bi,” but that he likes trans-females best. It’s not that I’m afraid of anyone knowing my story (because I think mine is a success story), but I didn’t understand his tactic of telling me this information at that precise moment. I agree that you should be “transparent” with potential dates at the outset — certainly during this phase of your transition. In terms of this man’s behavior toward you, again I think your instincts are right.

This is your chance to tell us a little about yourself.