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However, in this day and age you'd be a complete fool not to at least do a cursory Google search of someone you're dating, and thus my dates tend to trudge up very intimate and personal details about me with no context or frame of reference.

It just adds additional degrees of entropy which make an already frustrating and difficult process that much more so. Question: If you were / are not a fan, what was the inspiration to audition for the show? I don't really give away my birth name, not because it's a sensitive issue for me, just that I don't want to set any precedence that it's something trans people are willing to disclose.

Question: How do you feel your experience on the "Real World" has affected your life? What do you think is the biggest thing you've taken from it (literally or otherwise)? Question: "And it has all but ruined my love life..." How come?

Response: I like to think I am "passable" (I loathe that term, and I believe the younger Transwomen call it "trapping" but I'm no fan of that phrase either, as it is entirely pejorative while being flattering at the same time, heh), and when I date I like to let the person get to know me before I come out as transgender.

As a female, how did you come to identify/choose the name Katelynn? and then spelled it completely and totally fucked up. How did your parents feel about the whole transgender process and assuming pre-op your sexuality? Question: As an activist in the LGBTQ community, how do you feel about trans-discrimination from gay/lesbian people? Reponse: I feel as though there is far too much in-fighting within the QUILTBAG (thank you shobble for giving me a new term!

) community and as long as we're too busy fighting over kicking people out of the little boat we're all in, we're gonna miss an opportunity to gain a better standard of living as a whole. I haven't formally trained in any martial art since 2008.

The beautiful lady of the day -- who declared marrying her love was "the happiest moment of my life" -- opted for a formfitting lace gown, a DIY flower crown (so craftsy! It must be said: The bride's elation makes her successful first-place Mount Slogan climb look like absolute peanuts...

I suspect Jemmye isn’t the first, or last, straight girl tempted by Aneesa’s relaxed self-assurance and (if I might be so bold to say) bangin’ booty.

After revealing those two juicy tidbits, Aneesa clamps up and tells After Ellen readers that if they want the full details, they’re just going to have to watch!

I have a confession to make: For this interview, I spent most of my time preparing to interview the girls who’ve been known to like girls, but when a steely-eyed publicist fixes you in their gaze and strongly suggests you interview the is cheerful, verbal, and and dynamically entertaining. Strong willed publicists aside, I’m reppin’ After Ellen so I keep my mind on the prize at all times, namely Aneesa Ferreira and Sarah Rice, the two girls present who’ve been known to like girls., is now a straight up straight girl.

Her black, jagged bob has transformed into long blonde waves, and she firmly informs me that not only is she not bisexual, but she has not been with a woman in six years.

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