Reply To: In or Out ( of the closet)

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Brielle
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Hi Raquel, I saw your response here and wondered why you think you might be bi because you like wearing women’s things? I have been a closeted CD for about 6 decades before coming out to my wife of 40 years last summer. I am now in HRT and plan to socially transition at the end of the year.

I still love my wife and I am not sexually attracted to men whether en femme or not. My marriage may not survive all this (we are trying like hell to stay together), but I understand that late “bloomers” like me won’t change sexual preference when transitioning. I love looking and feeling like a woman, but have no illusions that even after hormones change me on the outside I can ever truly be a woman (genetically). I am not planning to have bottom surgery if my gender dysphoria is eased enough by just the hormones.

My point is, we all have a comfort spot on the gender and sexuality spectrums (and they are not at all the same thing). Where you are comfortable, I wouldn’t be and vice versa. Just be true to yourself and be safe as you find the way of expressing yourself to the world! It’s not a horrible or weird thing, just a little unconventional. We all deserve to live our best lives as long as we don’t harm others.

Hugs,

Brie

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