Posted February 20, 2018 07:02:58 In April, a Trans* man met a woman in a hotel in Toronto and asked her out on a date.
The date went very well, and on May 6, the couple got engaged.
But just a week later, the two met a man who was trans and a lesbian.
The couple were shocked to discover that he also identified as a male.
“I felt so isolated,” said Michael, a 30-year-old Canadian-born Canadian citizen.
“My life was completely turned upside down, because I was so uncomfortable and didn’t know where to turn.”
Michael’s partner, who also wishes to remain anonymous, said they were both shocked by the man’s transition.
“He was a very normal guy, with no issues.
We had nothing to worry about, and I knew that he didn’t really care what people thought of him,” she said.
“But I knew I was in a bad place, because there’s no place for someone who identifies as male.”
Michael said he was shocked when he found out his ex-partner had become a man.
“It was hard to believe, because we were both so open with each other,” he said.
He said he felt “so betrayed” by his partner.
“She knew how I felt about it.
She was very supportive,” he explained.
“They were very close, but she just wanted to focus on me.”
Michael says the new man was the same age as his ex.
He told CBC News that he was surprised that he could be in love with someone who was not his partner, since the pair had never met before.
“There was nothing special about it,” he added.
“And it was a strange thing to happen, because you don’t know anyone else.”
He said the two were both extremely accepting of each other.
“We knew that this was the person for us,” he recalled.
Michael said that while they did not have any problems together, he did not expect that they would ever get married.
“You just need to work on it,” Michael said.