Let's face it, your average straight cis-gender teenage boy isn't going to pursue a relationship with a trans-girl.Even if he does find her attractive, it could be social suicide if he acts on his feeling." She says that boys flirt with her friends but they "just whisk by me as if I don't exist." After ongoing love misses, Jazz had pretty much given up on dating. I can wait for my prince charming." But fate had other plans."My hands were sweating, my stomach was making horrible noises and my heart was pounding so much that I thought I was going to pass out," she remembers. "It was a great afternoon, and he even told me he'd like to go out again," she says. In a honest and candid op-ed for the Harpers Bazaar, 15-year-old transgender activist Jazz Jennings gives us an inside look at her dating life and what she thinks about finding true love for herself.
Boys flirt and hug my friends, but they just whisk by me as if I don’t exist.’ Jennings explains that she wouldn’t mind dating a trans boy, but the problem is that there aren’t many out trans teenagers in her local social circle.Her new book, which will talk about dating and more as a transgender teen, is due out in June.Jazz goes outside her comfort zone and tries Dating In The Dark."I just go with the flow and see what happens," she says."If boys like me and I like them back then yeah, it will happen." Despite it all, Jazz proves that even in the face of adversity, she still has the best attitude ever.
In her Harpers Bazaar piece, Jennings shares her frustration with being avoided by most boys.