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When you start realising you’re trans, it must be natural to wonder about others close to you, right?
For some reason, I had this feeling about my dad as soon as I started really knowing something was up with me as a kid. I have said the ONLY reason I would ever talk to him again is if he came out as trans. Not that it would excuse his horrible parenting, but I know how much it would free her and make her relatable.
Lately, I’ve been seeing more of him at my age, especially as I accept myself as a trans fem. I used to not be bothered by my body hair, now I want a lot of it gone. I want to get in better shape, especially gaining a butt and being able to look good in the clothes I prefer. I am 34. At 36, my dad god into cycling and triatholon. He shaved his legs and more, wore spandex, and probably got a better butt. Not that I would notice. Why else could this all be happening!?
Even when I was more comfortable around boys than girls, I could tell his discomfort being with other dads. It looks just like how I must look now.
He’s the big one, but when I look at egg_irl I start seeing my brother’s traits in there too. He was pretty hostile about any time I would embrace the feminine, maybe more than anyone else. I was pretty okay with seeming “gay,” but he was not. He does a lot of things that I see as very gay, like be in a fraternity.
Anyone else had suspicions like that?
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