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Finding love using online dating apps and services can be tough, and even dangerous for anyone who’s not straight and cisgender (those who don’t identify as transgender).Yes, there are apps for gay men, like Grindr and Scruff, and one for queer women called Her. Enter Thurst, a dating app for queer, trans and gender non-conforming people.
What seemed to be happening was that transphobic people on Tinder were reporting those transgender users on the app.
“Everyone is welcome on Tinder,” a Tinder spokesperson told Business Insider in June. If we find that a user has been wrongfully banned, then we unban their account.
This includes instances when transgender users are reported by others, but haven’t violated any of our community standards.” Still, Tinder only offers two options for gender identification: male and female. But Tinder isn’t the only mainstream dating app that’s guilty of excluding trans people.
Kellie Maloney has revealed she's planning to set up her own transgender dating site as she searches for a man.
The 63-year-old boxing promoter - who was known as Frank Maloney before her transition in 2014 - has started trying to date men but isn't sure whether she wants a "full-on relationship" just yet after experiencing some romance disasters.
She said: "I'm talking with someone about it [bringing out a transgender dating site] because that way you get serious people. I'm not sure if I want a full-on relationship or just a companion.Read more : Kellie Maloney reveals dating horror after man blasted her as 'boxing promoter who cut off his ****' "There are some websites where transpeople go - but I won't say it because there are a lot of people on there that might not want people to know - and they're called admirers and quite weirdly they have these obsessions. I'm quite content." The Celebrity Big Brother star recalled one conversation with a potential suitor which ended in disaster after Kellie told the guy exactly who she was, and she admitted that incident "knocked [her] back a bit". I tell them I'm a transwoman and it goes dead, they stop [contacting me]."One I got talking to said, 'I'd like to go out with you but I won't continue going out with you if you have the operation and get it chopped off,' and I'm thinking, 'I'm a woman, I've got to have this operation as it's my journey,' so I'd like to have one [a dating site] where men understand and are quite open minded. Speaking on Loose Women today, she said: "It's really hard. "There was a guy I was talking to for a while, he was quite keen and I forgot to tell him I was transgender for a while because we got on so well, because I can talk a bit about sport - which men find interesting."So we got talking and I said, 'I've got to tell you, I carry quite a bit of baggage' and he said, 'Oh, I'm very open minded, we all carry a bit of baggage, I've been divorced...' and I said, 'I have too but I've got a bit more than that' and he said, 'Will you phone us? ', so I got brave and phoned him." Kellie explained they talked about meeting for a coffee, before she warned him she had 'baggage' and asked if he knew who Kellie Maloney was. The guy responded: "That f***ing boxing promoter that cut of his f***ing..." Kellie explained: "I said 'Yeah, that baggage I'm carrying happens to be Kellie Maloney,' and he went, 'How can I ever go out with you?Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating