Reply To: Question for all generations

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LadySarah
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I was born in 1966. I was expected to do manly things, just like every boy. Hypogonadism decided I was going to look a bit too girly and not have the strength to do manly stuff. That did not fair well with my adoptive parents. Nor did the doctors telling them they could not do anything until after puberty. I am grateful I was not forced to go on steroids to make a man out of me.

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