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I have created and deleted numerous accounts here as I have wrestled with the question “Am I transsexual?”. I’ve returned hoping that this time I could answer that question once and for all.
I have long accepted that I am a cross-dresser. Depending on your definition of transsexual, you may say that being a cross-dresser makes me transsexual. I get that, but the definition I am using involves transitioning to living full-time as a member of the sex opposite that of the one defined by ones chromosomes. What I’ve noticed over the 30 years that I’ve been a cross-dresser is that the more I dress, the more passable I become, the more feminine I act, the more I want to have more experiences as a woman. It’s not that I’ve ever felt that I was born in the wrong body. It’s just that I have a seemingly insatiable curiosity about what it is like to be a woman. Where will I draw the line? I don’t know. Am I heading toward transitioning? Maybe. I’m certainly not going to make any hasty decisions, because even with the curiosity that I feel, I am still enjoying my masculine life.
I’d like to know what it is that drove those of you who’ve transitioned to make that decision. Are you satisfied with your lives now? Do you have any regrets? Would you do anything differently? I’m sure I will get a variety of answers. I’m hoping that one or more of your answers will help me figure out what I really want to do.
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