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‘If I had wanted to get married, I could’ve made the time.
Following the initial article about the transgender pregnancy in The Advocate, Beattie and his wife didn’t do any interviews with local or national media — and now we know why.In both profiles he makes it clear that he is “a trans guy” and that people should “only message me if you’re cool with that.” Part of the need for this complicated negotiation is that OKCupid doesn’t allow users to identify as “transgender”—just “male” or “female.” The site has been in the news this week after cofounder Christian Rudder announced that developers secretly changed some people's compatibility ratings and removed profile photos to learn more about behavior on the site.While some have criticized OKCupid for showing people false or manipulated content as an experiment, the site's failure to accommodate transgender users may be a larger and more long-standing ethical dilemma.Oprah Winfrey has opened up to explain why she has never married – she’s not traditional.The legendary talk show host, 59, has been dating businessman Stedman Graham since 1986 but the two have opted to shun tradition when it comes to maintaining their relationship. Like with any relationship, it’s about communication and trust.
If you’re not sure, ask us what pronouns we want used; most of us love to be asked. if we don’t exactly correspond to the stereotypes of our preferred gender), try not to use the wrong pronouns. We may need some reassurance that you find us attractive.
In 2013, an online petition asking OKCupid to accommodate trans and genderqueer people received more than 1,000 signatures.
Ryley Pogensky, the genderqueer person who created the petition, said that when he asked OKCupid about adding more gender identity options, a representative told him it would be difficult to change the site because it was built “in a pretty binary way.” La Mon has noticed that his male and female OKCupid profiles get different matches.
They formed an agreement with Oprah and People Magazine to control the message themselves. Go to Oprah’s website for more information about the interview and for some short clips.
Click here for photos and a clip from the show on Huffington Post.
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