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The outfit she wore to the ITV studios today stood out for its minimal yet stylish aesthetic.
Created in gorgeous ivory satin, the two-piece comprised wide-leg trousers and a cold shoulder shirt, which was cleverly tied into a knot for a more laidback approach.
The former Saturdays singer, 27, exclusively told Mail Online that she and the celebrities bonded by indulging in the 'dance equivalent of speed-dating'.'I'm so excited to get started,' she said of her dance debut.Over her years using online dating platforms, Neary has gotten into the habit of disclosing the fact that she is transgender clearly on her page. ' but it became apparent that some users pretended they had when in fact they had not. ' knowing the conversation might take an unpleasant or full-on abusive turn. If someone is just genuinely no interested but educated on the topic, that's OK,' she said. If you can say, "I was attracted to this person but I understand they're trans and I'm not really interested," that’s OK.' Most of Neary's relationships have been with men who had never dated a trans woman before, and she believes the experience probably changed their perception of dating significantly .'I’m sure when you talk about your type of person, you have a specific thing in mind. The model wishes people would proactively get to know the trans community.'People almost expect you to educate them and I hate that in a sense because it’s not my job,' she said.'It’s your job as an educated citizen of the world to try to be as knowledgeable as possible.'When she encounters men who are into transgender women, Neary finds them 'so refreshing'—because then she is free to talk about her own interests instead of discussing her gender.'There are so many other topics I love to talk about and I don’t get to talk about them,' she added.Never, ever do that.'If they’re not willing to meet you in a restaurant or for coffee, they’re not worth it.'The model also says some people just 'aren't ready' to date a transgender person, and recommend steering clear in those cases. 'As a marginalized community, we have a tendency to be willing to accept less than. If all they can talk about is being trans, what’s the point? 'If they ask about things outside of your gender spectrum, that has value.'She encourages others to take a look at what they want out of a relationship, and respect their own expectations.'If what you want is not to be objectified and you want to go on dates—those are not crazy,' she said.'Some men make you feel like you’re some lunatic for wanting to go out.I’m not saying they should pay for you, but go out, go on a date.