The process of replying to a transgender personal ad is pretty much the same no matter what site a person uses.
All you have to do is click on someone's profile and send a brief note or a link to your profile.
Don't include a lot of detail, such as an address or phone number in the initial contact for safety reasons.
Unfortunately, many personal sites are the target of people with ulterior motives.
Or perhaps you are looking for someone who is the opposite gender that you were born but the same sex that you see yourself as.
The confusion is understandable and explaining what you want and who you are can be a difficult process.
People who are part of the transgender community may become frustrated by sites that try to fit people into boxes of male or female because it can make it difficult for them to meet the type of life partner or friend they are seeking.
That being said, after recently undergoing gender-confirming surgery, I've been making a concerted effort to put myself out there and meet new people.
And online dating as a transgender woman is pretty much a modern-day Greek tragedy.
You feel that inside, in your soul, you were born one gender but your body is another gender.
Gender confusion is a difficult thing to deal with and it can be a lonely path to walk. Are you looking for someone who is the same sex as what you were born as but the opposite of what gender you feel you are?