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Married At First Sight UK's transgender bride kept her past hidden until after wedding (www.dailymail.co.uk)

It’s the Channel 4 programme where singletons don’t meet their spouse-to-be until they are at the altar.

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thekwon
thekwon
7 months ago

Most people would assume this is a woman. Looks like half the ‘girls’ in hollywood. Miley Cyrus for starters.

scars
scars
6 months ago
Reply to  thekwon

In photos, yes. Most girls use the same makeup techniques as drag queens and a ton of photo filters. But, in person, it will be obvious. Even the most effeminate gay men still have very male mannerisms. They don’t act just like women. Only the most drunk and/or most inexperienced men ever would be fooled in real life.

crisspf
crisspf
7 months ago

Yeah, well, when you marry on set, at first sight, you can as well marry the evil clown and not know it. Dates, meeting the parents, getting to know one another? Nah! Old-fashioned!
It could have been worse though! He could have electronically signed the mariage certificate and wake up at his door with a hairy wife that forgot to “remove” the accessories.

thekwon
thekwon
7 months ago
Reply to  crisspf

😆

marie
marie
7 months ago

Do the shoulders allow three heads to fit? Do you see a dark line going down from navel to pubes etc? Is the head rather large for a female? The arms and legs look like an emasculated males? Does she have real periods and breasts?. And just to make sure, or avoid any nightmares get a hair sample and blood sample, can’t fake those. Hair you can get from a brush. Blood wait for the period, look under the toilet lid for some luck or accidentally stick her with a pin. Use your imagination.

crisspf
crisspf
7 months ago
Reply to  marie

Don’t get me wrong, Marie, but that is very close to a forensic investigation 😆. But yes, you are right up to a certain point. Still, I would rather recommend the classical approach: many dates before getting intimate, meet the parents, friends, and observe, observe, observe! They usually cannot keep acting like 24/7. Trans or not, there’s a pretty good chance that one might decide the other person is not what he or she pretends to be and this way avoid a possible trauma in intimacy. Maybe I am old-fashioned, after all… The sad thing today is that people act and look at other people as if they were consuming goods. Pick, consume, throw away, pick another, consume, throw away…

marie
marie
7 months ago
Reply to  crisspf

I would rather verify before getting emotionally attached. I wasted a lot of time dating. I dated sophisticated liars…Too many lie. If I were single I would check out the guys arms first for tattoos hiding giant scars. Make sure an Adam’s apple said ‘hi’. Then wait 2 years before marriage seeing each other in some way daily to make sure we could argue happily and he wouldn’t try to strangle me for leaving him or whatever. I really feel bad for males because these frauds are everywhere and just imagine falling into love with someone who had a p***s chopped it off and took lessons hormones to sound girly and snag you. This isn’t the old days, I wonder if those DNA ancestry sites say if you are male or female with hair strands? That might be useful to make a fake person up and test the strand.

crisspf
crisspf
7 months ago
Reply to  marie

I feel you, Marie!
We live in a very very sick world.

GD R
GD R
7 months ago

simps beware