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find out more Meeting transgender individuals or those interested in dating someone who is transgender can be difficult.Public prejudice, vulnerability, and need for privacy make these connections difficult."It's crushing during the relationship and after," he says."Being with someone who doesn't want to accept the possibility they’re bisexual is difficult on a relationship, especially if they're still happy at the time to pursue one."Coming out can be a euphoric experience in a way, and make formerly closeted people feel they’re finally moving forward after years of stagnation.As a fresher at university, Robin, then 18, fell into a relationship with Dom, 24.“The first year was strictly a bedroom thing,” he tells me.
James continues: “When we spent time together, generally indoors, everything was happy.
“The whole time he wasn’t comfortable holding hands or kissing outside.” Even though PDAs were kept to a minimum, it didn’t take long for word to get out.
“Friends said they saw the way he was with me, and started assuming he was gay so adjusted their behaviour accordingly.” When Dom found out, things regressed further.
Clandestine relationships or regular hookups with one straight and one gay/bi guy sometimes exist in a mutual state of insecurity and fear.
The straight guy is worried his “secret” will be uncovered while the gay or bi guy fears he’s being used or unworthy of a relationship in public view.
But just as labels can reassure, they can also confine or confuse, or seem like a restriction to those terrified of being defined by it for ever.