So basically I have been on hrt and in transition for a year and now I am stuck as a half man half woman mutant freak. What the fuck comes next? No one ever prepared me for this, everyone just said take hrt till people start seeing you as a girl and then go full time but is more complicated than that.
You need to socialize in the fashion women do to fully transition. You should already have a female mentality if you went that far, so it shouldn't be so hard to get. I am seven months in and I am finally getting into the hang of things socially. Started making real girl friends and having fun with life finally.
How do you know if you're gay or just making yourself think you're gay? Whenever I think I'm gay I then think I'm just making it all up in my head and I'm really straight. Is it possible to be really bi?
I'm 20 and have always been straight but for some reason the past month or so I have felt really bi curious. I still prefer girls more but the thing that really turns me on is the idea of a guy and girl at the same time, gay and straight stuff together.
Is this like a phase ? Is it normal to feel like this ?
I'm 100% hetero but my parents think I'm gay, my coworkers think I'm gay, my boss thinks I'm gay, and random people at restaurants think I'm gay. I'm tired of my parents asking monthly do I like girls and them saying "we'll accept you even if you're gay" also
Liking fashion and reading was pretty straight I thought but I guess otherwise
>I'm a pussy >decided to write my feelings instead of tell >put it on my dad's desk >several minutes later decided to throw it away >I come out of the bathroom >get hugged boxed by my dad >Told me he loves me no matter the choices I make or who I am >almost died of embarrassment >stayed... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5602823 posted this before but >be me, 21 with gender dysphoria >still live at home >order hormones online to self-med >at the same time go to doctor to get a referral to gender clinic because wait time is insane (live in yurop) >plan to just take hormones in secret for a while >get letter from gender clinic marked with endocrine section Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5602820 I'm a tranny, too. But I gotta say I really enjoy when those delusional hons say: "I'm a woman." Like I'm not gonna judge you, if you believe that, but you might want to check yourself. You're not really a woman just now. Especially pre HRT. Girls that didn't go through puberty yet, aren't women either. There's more about being a gender then muh feels. It's about the experiences in said gender and the ability to actually have the right psyche too (HRT).
Heeeyyyy. I am too scared to have sex because STDs and sex itself seems really fucking gross! I have no friends and no social skills and I live with my mom still. :) I also have never been on a date or anything, mostly because people want to make eye contact and touch hands and weird shit that makes me uneasy.... so any how I hate my life a lot :(
so my question: is anyone else scared of STDs so much they NEVER want to have sex? My usual replies are "use a condom!" buuuut I am pretty sure that doesn't stop STDs completely!!
>>5602785 well, everything is life has risks. Not having (safe) sex because you might get a STD is like not going outside because you might get run over by a car.
Yes, it can happen. But what's the point of living 100 years if you never leave your house?
It's normal that social interactions like dates make you feel uneasy. It happens to all of us. The trick to get over them is to be willing to be uncomfortable and just do it. Once you do it and realize you survived despite how awkward it could have been, you'll feel better and will go for it again. The more you do it, the easier it'll get.
>well, everything is life has risks. Not having (safe) sex because you might get a STD is like not going outside because you might get run over by a car.
Hmm, I feel like there are definitely some major differences between going outside and having sex.
>Yes, it can happen. But what's the point of living 100 years if you never leave your house?
I am not sure, but the only reason I leave the house is to go to work and pick up food/groceries
>It's normal that social interactions like dates make you feel uneasy. It happens to all of us. The trick to get over them is to be willing to be uncomfortable and just do it. Once you do it and realize you survived despite how awkward it could have been, you'll feel better and will go for it again. The more you do it, the easier it'll get.
The trick is people want to touch hands and talk about their lives. I don't like such things. Do I have to pretend to care about someone else's life to date? I am unsure if I want to put forth that much effort
I genuinely thank you for the reply, though! Stuff to think about
I have no clue what my sexual orientation is or if there even is a name for it, so hopefully /lgbt/ will help me out with this.
I'm a 16 year old boy who met a (~3 years younger)boy online. I liked him immediately and asked to be internet-boyfriends out some months later, he said yes. After talking for a long time with him we both agreed that for example males touching each other is horrible and that we would never ever do that. We have a lot of things in common and we like each other very much. I basically hate everyone and I've never liked someone, I also... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Growing up I was the fat kid and no one wants to go to the dance with the fat kid or flirt with the fat kid. Then through high school I started to lose weight and my face got more handsome and I got a new haircut and cared about style. Needless to say I went from about a 3-4 to a 7-8. And people started to notice and I started to get attention but I didn't know how to respond. I was absolutely clueless about flirting and romantic gestures and my confidence was very low. Fast forward to me now at 20. I have more confidence and can kind of flirt but I haven't even so... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5602430 I'm sorry to hear that, anon. Keep at it, though. It's going to happen one day. I didn't have my first kiss until I was 23 but holy fuck was it a beautiful and heartwarming moment. It was worth every lonely, drunken night I spent alone as a teen. Just keep at it and it'll happen.
>>5602430 Honestly you just gotta keep on moving forward. You and I sound very much alike when it comes to dating, though I had success in the past, not so much now. Keep living for you. Do the thing that you enjoy and you'll meet someone along the way. Don't live life for others affection, its a lonely kind of life
The lack of replies on this thread says a lot. We have to stick to the "old fashioned way" if we want a loving relationship it seems. It's the same with straight relationships too nowadays though. I was talking with my friend last night, And he was talking about how all girls on tinder and such only want to fuck and not be in a relationship. He said he was blaming himself for a while but it's the same with pretty much everyone he knows that isn't already in a long term relationship.
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