How to Keep Your Long-Distance Trans Relationship Going

Are you in a long-distance relationship with a trans woman? Or maybe you’ve met a woman online who lives in another state, but you want to maintain a relationship until you meet. Both these scenarios present challenges for both partners. Here are some tips that will help you keep her interested, as well as maintaining the connection and cultivating the relationship.

Use a Variety of Communication
Living in an age where technology is so advanced, there are many different means of communicating with someone you care about. Texts are a simple and quick way to keep a thread between you, with emojis adding a personal touch. Of course, there’s nothing like the sound of another’s voice, so don’t forget about the good old-fashioned phone call. And Skype and Facetime are also awesome ways to see and hear your lover. I’m still a fan of the snail mail love letter or sending thoughtful surprise packages.

Get Intimate
Just because you’re not in physical contact, doesn’t mean you can’t find creative ways to be intimate from afar. Practice your sexy texting or talk dirty the next time you’re on the phone. Women also like to receive cute or sexy photos (not dick pics!) And if you are using a visual medium, why not record a funny, sexy striptease!

Surprise Her
Always have a plan for the next time (or maybe the first time!) you will visit your gal. It gives you both something to look forward to when you’re not together. Either meet in the middle or plan a romantic getaway. It’s hard to resist a man with a plan.

Open Up Your Relationship
Depending how serious your relationship is or how long you’ve been together, sometimes opening up your parameters to seeing other people can strengthen and ignite your primary connection. The polyamorous lifestyle is not for everyone, but it is being practiced more and more as people educate themselves on what polyamory really is and how it can work for them.

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