Reply To: Hellooo!

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Hi Vida , like mentioned above it’s a very personal inner natural desire that never goes away – you can ignore your feelings to fit in socially and that’s the dilema to keep others from feeling embarrassed that after being born and gendered and you feel obligated personally because this is the way you’ve been socially trained – and of course you don’t want to be disliked and labeled something as an oddity – the brain runs the body not the other way around – it’s like having a Bill Gates Windows 7 pro application trying to run a Steve Jobs Apple computer , they’re not compatible – I new for myself very young at 5 – my desire to be the opposite gender was paramount but of course in the early 1960’s it was truly impossible and not until the mid 2000’s things starting being understood socially and now 2022 lightyears from the early 60’s social  mentality a person can actually do something about it and it’s pretty much accepted – in reality you all ready know your true feelings but that social dilema works very hard on a persons psyche for acceptance to be your natural self – it’s not a dirty thing to be female if this is the way you want to go to be happy – aside from seeing a therapist think back when young what you wanted physically and socially as a child , the answer is there – the journey as it’s called is not easy to officially switch to make you happy but the option now is here to make things right that wasn’t given at birth  – XO – an old Trans now , be there done it all – Krystal G , BC , Canada

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