A sense of self

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  • #20452

    For me once i transitioned with HRT at the LGBT clinic, all of the pieces of my life fell into place. My failure with masculinities becoming who i dreamed of when i had suicidal ideation in adolescence. My life’s story about my own personal rejection of having an abusive brother. The clothes i wear, my social preferences. I am not always politically motivated they are more daring than i am. Yet once i transitioned it didn’matter what label was put on me or the stereotype of being a sissy. living as a woman is what happens when a dream is not deffered it is the road less travelled on that has made all the difference. I don’t have any more or any less friends but i am committed to LGBT support and helping people understand what it means to be a survivor of dysphoria, and coming through to the other side.

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    • #23703

      Hello Cami,
      I thank you for being you. I have come a long way in getting used to being a female. My identity is just an out reach of who I am my sense of self, and how I choose to present and represent myself. For the most I have been through most of what I have to go through with transitioning, and my personality choices are clear the further I progress with this affirmation of self disclosure.

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