Depends on what sort of acceptance you are talking about. You mean in society and as part of my social circle? Absolutely. All I care about, and my friends as well, is whether that person brings something to the discussion table. Whether they can enrich our social circle. There have been people in the past who I haven’t gelled with in terms of friendship, and that’s fine. We can’t get on with everyone. Have gone to Pride events with friends and had a blast so it certainly isn’t a problem.
Saying all that though, having a TG partner is a completely different planet. And I can’t say I am attracted to TG people. Therefore, stands to reason, I am not attracted to my partner when he crossdresses. It’s as simple as that. It’s not dependent on whether he makes a “pretty woman” when he is crossdressed or not. It’s not dependent on whether I love him or not. I am just not attracted to TG people. Quite simple really.
Ps. This was more to dispel the myth that if a woman is an “ally”, she is obligated to be willing to have sexual relationships with the TG community. That is certainly not true, at least in my case. And I can see the same being true for most of my friends.