Dear Prudie, Several years ago I dated a woman named “Rhonda” for three months.I broke up with her after her sister “Amy” revealed to me that Rhonda was born “Ron” and showed me ample evidence.
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Her parents refused to attend the wedding as a show of solidarity with Rhonda, despite Amy’s attempts to reconcile with all of them.
Now we are expecting our first child and Amy’s parents have expressed tentative interest in being a part of their grandchild’s life.
And the idea of having someone reject you because of a fundamental component of your identity is daunting enough to make a person avoid dating all together.
So as a young transwoman living in New York City, I've always been pretty freaking nervous about how guys could react when I reveal to them that I was born biologically male, even though I identify and live my life as female.
I, however, want these people to have nothing to do with my child or my wife.
They are a toxic influence and their enabling of Rhonda’s deceptive behavior is appalling to me. How can I help her cut ties with these horrid people? Yes this is a tale of bad judgment, but if Rhonda erred by omission, Amy’s sin was one of commission.
The 26-year-old unnamed man, who lives in the Mid-Atlantic, said he is really attracted to his new partner - who he says is 'cute, funny, nice' and 'very good in bed' - but has encountered a dilemma when it comes to oral sex.
Speaking anonymously on the Savage Lovecast podcast, he said he does not mind that she has a penis but admitted that he doesn't want to perform oral sex on his partner while she still has male genitals.
Rhonda took the breakup badly and stopped speaking to Amy, and on top of that their parents took Rhonda’s side and accused Amy of trying to ruin Rhonda’s life out of jealousy.