Yes, FTM individuals can still have sexual relationships after transitioning. There are a number of ways that FTM individuals can have sexual relationships, including:

  • With a partner who is attracted to their gender identity: This could be a partner who is attracted to men, or it could be a partner who is attracted to people of all genders.
  • With a partner who is attracted to their body: This could be a partner who is attracted to their chest, their genitals, or their body in general.
  • With a partner who is attracted to their personality: This could be a partner who is attracted to their sense of humor, their intelligence, or their kindness.

It is important to remember that everyone’s sexual experiences are different. There is no right or wrong way to have a sexual relationship. The most important thing is to find a way that feels comfortable and safe for you.

Here are some additional resources that you may find helpful:

  • The National Center for Transgender Equality:
  • The Human Rights Campaign:
  • The Trevor Project:
  • Trans Lifeline:

Yes, FTM individuals can absolutely have sexual relationships after transitioning. Transitioning does not preclude individuals from engaging in intimate and sexual relationships.

It’s important to note that every individual’s experiences, desires, and comfort levels regarding sexuality can vary. Some FTM individuals may experience changes in their sexual desire or arousal patterns as a result of hormone therapy, while others may not experience significant changes. However, it’s crucial to understand that sexual orientation and sexual preferences are separate from gender identity. FTM individuals can identify as heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, pansexual, or any other sexual orientation.

Communication, consent, and open dialogue with sexual partners are key aspects of any healthy sexual relationship. Discussing desires, boundaries, and preferences with partners can help ensure a mutually satisfying and fulfilling experience. It may also be helpful to seek support from therapists, counselors, or support groups that specialize in transgender and sexual health to address any specific concerns or challenges that may arise.

Remember, every individual’s journey and experiences are unique, and it’s important to prioritize personal well-being and comfort in intimate relationships. If you have specific questions or concerns, it may be beneficial to consult with healthcare professionals who specialize in transgender health or seek support from LGBTQ+ organizations or sexual health resources.