Reply To: Living as Sophie


Hi. Nice to read about what others went through in transitioning. In my case it went pretty well. After years of counseling/therapy as a kid my parents finally completely accepted me as I am. It was really hard on my dad as he joined having a son and now he got 3 daughters. My older sis has always been great and is my best friend, my younger sis not so much but at least accepts if not understand me. When I was 13 I started on blockers and began to dress as a girl most of the time while home. The first time my mom took us three girls shopping was my first time out in public as a girl. I was 14. Since it all went so well, I mean I passed as a girl, my mom would take me shopping as I needed my own clothes instead of borrowing my older sister’s clothes. So the goal became when I started high school I would go full time. That summer, my family moved across town as they wanted to move anyway and so I would start school that year in a new school where no one knew me. My dad knew a good lawyer who was a family friend so had known me as a guy. The lawyer came over and met me as a girl and decided we should get my name changed legally so we did with no real problems. My dad is a high school teacher and he knew the principal at the school I would go to so. So he talked to the principal about me and the principle came over to meet me. We saw I could pass but laid down some ground rules. Obviously no gym class and I would use the teachers bathroom in the office. In our new neighborhood there was a family with two girls. One my age and one my younger sisters age and we all became friends. Still the first day of school I was scared shitless. It didn’t start very well as when I got on the bus, the only seat was next to a guy and I had like no experience with guys as a girl. Plus it’s scary enough starting high school and like in a school where I didn’t no anybody except my older sister and my neighbor friend. But I got through it OK. And since then everything was going pretty well until last Spring when the virus hit. I was a junior and interested in guys, but never had a real date like 1 on 1 with a guy. Just before school all of a sudden shut down in March I think there was a guy liking me. One of my friends had first noticed it and I was kinda interested in him. But then when school closed it all stopped. God I hope school open this spring as I have always dreamed of dating and especially Prom date like my big sis had as I am now a senior. Anyway I will be 18 this spring and hope is I can soon get the surgery. Who knows with the way things have changed.

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