Top 40 Best Dating Apps for Transgender Singles


It may seem overwhelming to think about doing everything from cooking to fashion, but hopefully, by the end of this guide, you’ll have a number of tips for how to approach your first date and be sure to enjoy every step.


An online profile tells a lot about a person, from their likes to dislikes to their hobbies.

Brittany McClure, a dating coach and author of the book, “How to be a BFF with Bumble,” says that a good online dating profile is like a person’s resume, with great photos at the top and a few paragraphs describing what makes them unique. “Not all [profiles] are going to be the best, but they should be well thought out and they should be well-researched,” she says. When it comes to photos, the best ones are ones that highlight your best qualities. You can flirt with a photo or one that isn’t smiling, but if you want to get serious, the best option is a person who is happy with themselves. “A match is supposed to be seeing your best selves—not just your best side, but your whole self, and you’re choosing someone who you think is seeing their whole self as well,” she says.

Make sure to highlight your interests, not your likes and dislikes.

Your likes and dislikes are important to share, but it’s what you like to do as a hobby that tells a potential partner all they need to know about you. “You can’t talk about a variety of topics for more than a couple sentences and not sound as if you’re talking about this all the time,” McClure says. “What you love talking about is all that should come through in the course of your conversation.” If you don’t have any particular interests, McClure suggests putting your hobbies at the top of the profile and briefly mentioning them. You don’t want to go on for an entire paragraph talking about your love of basketball.

If you’re looking for a serious relationship, being honest on a dating site will help you get past the superficial and into the deep stuff.

One of the first things that can lead to a disappointing first date is the superficial. It’s obvious that if you’re going to a bar or restaurant, you’re going to want to look your best. But, according to Kyle Rodda, editor at, you don’t have to go all out for your first date to meet that person you’ve
You’re A Natural On Social Media

If you’re still in your tech-free dating phase, don’t fret. Just stop being shy and get comfortable on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, and Pinterest. You already spend a ton of time on social media anyway, so perfecting your profile on the aforementioned platforms shouldn’t be hard. Besides, you’re probably already just as good at social media as most of your friends. You’re just putting a little more “real” personality into your online presence, which is a great first step.

Of course, if you know that you’re not nearly as popular on social media as you’d like, there’s nothing wrong with skipping this first step. Just be honest about your social media skills and say something like, “Um, I don’t always have the most interesting stories on social media,” or “My friends don’t tend to be overly interested in the Kardashians, so it’s hard to really learn much about them.” If your friends and family are obsessed with your Every Snapchat, they probably don’t care what you post on Facebook.

You’re A Great Conversationist

You likely get along with most people and have a good sense of humor, but most of your friends probably agree that you’re a terrible conversationalist. Remember, you want a new romantic interest to see who you are as a person, and as a result, you need to talk about yourself, your favorite books, movies, TV shows, and music, not just the other person.

You Don’t Fall for Reliable Dating Apps

More than ever, the social media-driven dating app craze is crushing local bars and quick fixes from previous generations. If you’re looking for a relationship, avoid those apps. They’re low-commitment social networks—they’re the Tinder of dating apps. You don’t need a bunch of people to check you out. You can get your fill of early online dating apps from the comfort of your own home. Plus, if you meet someone from one of those apps, your friends are all over social media, finding out who you’re “talking” to immediately.

You Probably Have An Open Mind

If you think you’re too picky, reconsider. You may have a terrible first impression, but your last date can still teach you plenty about yourself. You’re not perfect, but at least you’re trying to be better. You have an open mind and are willing to try something new. Whether it’s


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