There are so many ladyboy (trans) dating apps that it can be hard to make a choice. We will discuss the most reliable ones available in Singapore in this post.
My Ladyboy Date and My Transsexual Date
Our list starts with My Ladyboy Date and My Transsexual Date. The former is entirely focused on ladyboy dating, but most members are from the Philippines and Thailand. The sites ban users who are disrespectful so as to improve user experience. The latter is run by the same people as My Ladyboy Date, and its design is almost the same, but it has users from all Asian countries, including ladyboys in Singapore. If you’re going to be in Singapore and want to check out the local trans dating scene, these sites are great options.
TG Personals was the first trans dating site ever launched – 20 years ago to be exact. It still does what it did back then, which is to help trans people and admirers meet online. Members browse user profiles by age, keyword, gender identity, location, and other factors to increase the likelihood of a successful encounter. The site publishes new personals every day. It encourages members to put who they are in their own words, so it’s easier for others to get to know them. TG is free to use, like the rest of the sites we discuss in this article.
Grindr used to be an app, which branched off into several new media. Since recently, admins have started uploading original content, including on thorny social issues connected with the trans community. You can navigate the huge dating pool safely. There are trans people from Singapore looking for serious relationships, casual relationships, and options in between. There are also gay men, straight men, and other users with interest in trans dating.
Grindr bans nudity in public photos. They are always adding new gender identification options. Recently added ones include “queer,” “non-conforming,” and “non-binary.”
If someone comes off as rude on any of these apps, don’t be quick to get offended. Many ladyboy dating app users are only looking to hook up, and this is getting tiring for trans people in Singapore. They have a lot on their plate with medical costs and paying for hormone replacement therapy while living in a country that’s extremely expensive as it is. Be courteous and polite in your interactions and expect the same in return.