Transgender and dating
It would be exceptionally hard to convince a jury, much less the police or a prosecutor, that you were raped by fraud because your partner did not disclose that they had breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, or labial reduction.
There is a great deal of stigma attached to being a man who dates a transgender woman, even when that transgender woman is Despite the very strong incentive against putting your “transness” out front as part of your profile, an analysis of surveys revealed that 61% of transgender people tell potential partners they are transgender before they ever go out on a first date. reward calculation for a stealth, post-operative transgender woman in her 50s who has lived as a woman for 35 years, whom no one in her circle of friends has ever known as anything but a woman, is very low.
But most non-heterosexuals weren’t down for dating a trans person either, with only 11.5% of gay men and 29% of lesbians being trans-inclusive in their dating preferences.
Bisexual/queer/nonbinary participants (these were all combined into one group) were most open to having a trans partner, but even among them, almost half (48%) did not select either ‘trans man’ or ‘trans woman.’Of the seven participants who themselves identified as transgender or nonbinary, 89% were willing to date another trans person.
She failed to disclose her ancestry prior to sex, and was beaten to death by her anti-Semitic partner afterwards because he found out.
It would be difficult to find a judge or jury willing to consider what she did rape, much less a mitigating circumstance for her murderer.