Femmephilia is a sexual attraction to people who look like a woman (including men) or have an XX chromosome. This is the majority of the population. It has a sexual orientation and has been linked to sexual orientation and gender identity. However, not everyone who experiences the same sexual orientation has the same physical gender. The sexual orientation, physical gender, and sexual desire of an individual can be very different. Some people have an attraction to a transgender individual and are attracted to their gender presentation. Some people have a preference for non-transgender individuals, and some people prefer to have a non-transgender partner. When we examine the data of the medical profession, we find that they are generally of the opinion that the attraction, desire and desire for non-transgender individuals is rare, but that it does not necessarily mean that the non-transgender individual is not a suitable partner. This can be a problem for those who are in a relationship with a non-transgender individual. I've met many women in relationships with trans men, and I've found that it is quite difficult to find people who are willing to be open about their sexual preference and desire for non-transgender people, even if they are attracted to them.