It still isn’t perfect, of course — its search function has no distance options, for one — but the project is rapidly moving in the direction we desperately need it to go, and there will undoubtedly be more improvements and fixes to come.
The past few updates have removed almost all the roadblocks keeping the app from being usable, and I’ve started what I hope will be a wonderful flirtation with someone I met on launch day (who, it turns out, is an adorable redhead).
This is a first rate, full service transgender adult dating site and the choice of trannies online waiting to hook up is high quality and hot.
The message of the site - smoldering shemales in your neck of the woods are waiting for live action, is simply accurate. Peruse thousands of gallery pics ranging from petite and feminine Thai ladyboys to glittery pre-ops.
About the only thing I could do was update my password. Now, instead of seeing a handful of pictureless display names during a search, I was treated to a series of warnings that overlapped so quickly as to induce seizures in small children. And make no mistake — dating while trans Many trans people have begun to entirely eschew singles bars and clubs, knowing that straight cis men can become violent when they realize a girl they think is hot doesn’t have a vagina (or has a surgically constructed one).
But while transmasculine folks are well served by the app’s devotion to guy-on-guy action, it’s far less palatable to exist there as a transfeminine person.
Regardless of our disappointment, we need to support developers like those at Thurst, rather than casually dismiss them for perceived inadequacies.
That’s a lot easier when you see the leaps Thurst has made since January.
Raunchy profiles make for a gripping read and assist in matching fantasies.
The site also offers one of the most well endowed transgender video areas online.
We are a company in the legal sense but we are also young queer black and brown people hacking together a platform for our needs and dedicating the collective energy we have to make it better.”Understanding this context is imperative, especially given the racism and classism that still plagues queer spaces.