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Winter La Mon is a 28-year-old transgender man who lives in New York City.
He joined the online dating site OKCupid six years ago, about three years before he transitioned.
“Tinder’s update ameliorates the typical discomfort and stress that trans people experience around disclosure.
Much of the violence that trans people encounter is in the context of sex and dating, and for us to be empowered with the tools to communicate who we are and on our own terms, is incredible.”Tinder isn’t the first social media company to shift away from the male-female gender binary.
Do remember that this is a dating site, not a job interview.
You’re trying to master the art of displaying your confidence without showing off.
I'd like to know what I'm getting before we meet up." That's an actual quote from an email I received on So in short, here are the dos and don'ts of profile photos: DON'T post photos where you look psycho.
It's also the email that sent me on a half-hour-long rant to two (very straight) guy friends here in San Francisco. The following week I received 400 emails, which was not only an overwhelming increase from my weekly average of 40-50, but it also yielded many of the nice men I was looking for. No photos where you have a manic gleam in your eye, or where you seem drunk or even where you're looking arty and contemplative (trust me, you just seem depressed). All of this says just says, "Please pay off my credit card debt." DON'T post photos that are 10 years old or don't look like the current you.
The dating app Tinder is making moves to be more inclusive to the transgender community.
On Tuesday, Los Angeles-based company announced that it’s updating its app to allow users to add more information about their gender identity.