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Hey! So first off, thank you all for creating and maintaining this place, it means the world to me ❤ My situation is I’m 24 years old and I’m experiencing dysphoria (mtf). I’ve always had thoughts like these but they’ve been getting a lot worse lately. I understand that dysphoria and the desire to fully transition and “pass” as cis female are not everyone’s shared experience but they’re very much the case for me. I’m afraid of transitioning because of how society and the people around me may treat me because of it, but specially because I fear I may never become who I see myself as. I feel like the way I’m built will make it impossible to be the cute girl I want to be, I look very manly in the traditional sense (very broad shoulders, hairy body, kinda deep voice, stuff like that). Is that a common fear? Is it something I should worry so much about? Maybe seeing transition examples of people who looked like me originaly could help?
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