6884) It feels like in my transition, my sexuality has also transitioned with it. When I was a man I thought I was gay, possibly because I didn’t realize being trans (or for that matter, a straight feminine guy) was a thing. When I began to transition and was in the middle of it I came to terms with my “bisexuality”. Now I’m pretty far into my transition and along with that I have come full circle and realized I’m gay again, except this time I mean I’m attracted to women. Such a bizarre journey!
6883) I should be excited about my budding breasts on HRT but honestly I’m just scared. I don’t pass at all and I’m thin so there’s no reason someone like me should have anything but a flat chest realistically speaking. There’s no excuse I could give for it. And I guess the issue is I’m scared of the hostility I’ll receive while perceived as a man with breasts. I wear baggy tops because I don’t want anyone to see what a freak I look like with my mismatching face and body.
6882) I was adopted by same sex parents and I’ve been pressured to come out by people on the internet who claim that since my parents are under the LGBT acronym they’ll be accepting and that I’m just a whiny fuck for being scared. I think these people are unaware that your precious LGB people can and have excluded the T, especially since a lot of them aren’t trans themselves. I have every right to be terrified that my parents will not accept me. Their homosexuality means little to nothing.
6881) To fall in love with a gay guy is such a painful thing, and it’s only worse when the feeling is mutual. I think about how great we could be together if I had any desire to stay a guy. I fantasize about it, picturing how happy you’d make me. But in the end, transition is what will make me happier. Transition is permanent. This passing love interest is not, even if it seems that way. I need to stay strong…
6880) I’ve managed to keep this to myself for many years. Decades. I’ve lived a happy life (on the outside) as a gay man. I’ve gotten married to my partner, the man of my dreams. We’ve adopted a son, who is now 12. This seems to be ideal. I kept my gender identity crisis carefully tucked away, pretended like my lover isn’t loving me as a man. However, my son is questioning his gender right now, and may be my daughter. I think that’s what’s going to make me crack and finally come out, in the end…
6879) An acquaintance of mine actually said, “It would be easier for you to date as a gay man than as a transgender” (yeah, he actually used the word transgender like that)… and usually little misinformed comments don’t get under my skin so much but that one did. To me that’s implying I decided to transition for something as stupid for my sex/dating life and that couldn’t be the furthest thing from true. I’d be single forever if it meant I’d be comfortable with myself.
6878) My mom found my wig, and she seemed confused and judgmental, so I quickly muttered some bs excuse that I got it for a cosplaying friend of mine for her birthday. I can’t believe she bought that. I’m either going to need to give this wig away or hide it better so this doesn’t happen a 2nd time…
6877) Part of me wants to pick the feminine version of my birth name for the sake of simplicity but at the same time I’d like nothing more than to distance myself as far away from my birth name as possible.
6876) It seems like I can’t talk about how miserable I’ve been since I’ve come out without people jumping to the conclusion that I’m not actually trans and that I’ve been deluded this whole time. Sorry that I don’t deal too well with the rampant transphobia I’ve gotten since I’ve come out. Sorry that random men have threatened to beat, rape, or kill me and that it hurts me. Goddamn.
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