I Met a Tranny

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The girl I met wasn't who she said she was

Submitted: January 07, 2015

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In 2009 I was into the dating scene. I was hanging out with a catholic friend that loved to drink and lie. I knew of some chatlines and decided to call and meet a girl my age. I was in my early thirties at the time. I met up with her.

Much later through online forums discovered he was once a she. Yikes! She was amazingly cute. She hands were gentle and her face nice. She didn't wear lots of makeup. We met up at the local Walmart parking lot. Then went to the park to hang out, chat some.

We sure did a lot of kissing. Nothing was unusual about her. She was thin. It was the middle of Fall. She didn't believe in wearing a coat. Most women I met did. That was kind of weird. So we talked about church and lief. We seemed to connect a little. I have to leave some stuff out. We went back to my place for a while.

We watched TV for a while together. Sat next to each other on the couch. The next time she called we went back to her place. She had a nice place. Lived alone it seemed. She dressed up in exotic clothes and danced erotically for me. That was a new experience for me.

She liked that heavy metal satanic music. ugh. We had spent some quality time together. I never scored with her. Something was holding me back. I felt something wasn't adding up with her. I was starting to have weird thoughts about her. Could she have been a man I was thinking? Much later through forums and online research. I learned she was indeed a man and a caught stealing in another town.

The lesson I have learned was never date anyone till you really get to know them. I did ask God for forgiveness after discovering this about him/her. It was a hard lesson learned. I never did share this with anyone except a close relative.

I believe we all fall short in this life but that should not be a excuse to continue in sinful pleasure and selfish living.


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