Good grammar and spelling is important, so don't get sloppy just because you're communicating electronically.It is also important that you don't give the impression that you're impatient, insincere or desperate.Some t-girls are looking for men, others are looking for women. Some live full-time as females, others live part-time as females. Remember that you're looking for someone who will compliment what you're looking for and your job is to narrow the field to those who are looking for someone just like you!Use proper terminology - You will quickly learn that not all t-girls like being called shemales.When you are e-mailing, chatting online or exchanging Instant Messages, you must rely on mere words to make a good first impression.You will want to carefully choose your words so you don't come off as offensive.
Others are bisexual (your chances are improving here). A dialog should be able to resolve any remaining questions you might have.A politely worded inquiry should prompt a t-girl to let you know exactly what term she considers most appropriate.If you must use a term, rather than a person's name, perhaps the term transgendered is the least offensive of all the terms.Steer clear of the bad apples - Just like other people in the real world, some t-girls have drug or alcohol problems, nasty dispositions, etc..A few simple questions will reveal many of these undesirable traits.