Q: "Just curious, do you have female sex organs?"
A: I will answer you in a moment, but I should caution you that many trans women take great offense at questions like that; you would never presume for example to ask a woman whether she had a hysterectomy in your first message, nor would a woman ask if a guy had difficulty "keeping it up" as her first question, yet people seem to feel entitled to be very personal right out of the box with tran women.
But you're in luck, I'm very easy going about all this. (LOL) I realize it is uncharted territory for most guys. You are also off-the-hook because I did say I would answer anything, and I was very up front about being trans. I prefer to be completely open about it right up front. I want a guy to know what he's getting into, including the advantages of dating a trans woman.
I have not yet turned my "outie" into an "innie" (LOL), but I am anxiously and diligently working on getting there as soon as possible. It is not cheap, and there are routinely waiting lines to get the surgery with only a few top surgeons worldwide. I mentioned this briefly in my profile, saying that I was "planning to get SRS this year" or something like that.
SRS stands for Sex Reassignment Surgery. If you do a google search for "Lynn Conway's SRS page" you will see a photo of the quality of a contemporary SRS surgery. The resulting equipment is so good now that gynecologists have been fooled at first examination, thinking they were looking at a woman who had a hysterectomy (there is no uterus, not possible to get pregnant of course, but recreational sex is absolutely indistinguishable and just as pleasurable for both parties).
More than you wanted to know, right? See, I told you, I don't mind answering any questions. Just thought I should warn you that I know many others who would take very personal offense at such a question. Don't be surprised if others are not as open.
Laying behind your question, is probably another unspoken question, along the lines of, "so what's in it for me if we dated?" or something like that? Just speculating, but...
Several answers to that:
First, I really am looking at a long term relationship. Friends who know me well would tell you I have a great deal to offer in a serious relationship. I'm not looking for a series of one night stands, or "friends with benefits."
Second, I have honestly never been intimate with a guy, never felt the attraction before I was able to transition, but transition has opened me up to something like a second puberty, and just like the first one for other people, I find it has awakened a clear passion I never felt before. I am seriously craving that experience with "the right guy." I would like for that first time to be kind of special.
Third, if/when I find the right guy, that may not be something either of us will know on the first date date, and maybe not even on the tenth date? I thought about waiting till I had SRS before I began dating, but so many friends encouraged me that it would take time to find that right guy, and the right guy wouldn't care if I wasn't done yet, so I decided to dive in. As maybe you know, this dating "hunt" takes time, and I have already learned a lot.
Finally, given all of the above, if I find a guy I care about, I also know that even until I get my SRS done (and a few months for recovery from the surgery) there are a number of recreational sex activities that can be extremely, shall we say, "satisfying." One of the benefits of being transgender is that I know exactly how a guy's libido works and how to work with it. Boyfriends of trans women are typically extremely loyal and the relationships are often very exciting.
All of that said, I realize this can be new territory for most guys. Societal taboos can be a real bitch.
At the end of the day I will just say, I am a woman, albeit with a complicated birth defect that I'm working on getting fixed. A guy who loves me is not gay. Not saying there would be anything wrong with being gay. I have some great friends that are gay, but they're not interested in me romantically, nor I them. It's clear to them that I am a woman, and they're looking for a guy. It has been said that the most powerful sex organ is the brain, and any trans person can attest to the truth of that.