Did you "always know"?


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Did you "always know"?

  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    that you were built for chaser cock? yes

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      not always no. but as soon as I was expected to act like a "man" and puberty started to hit I knew.

      if a chaser was interested in me as a person I would marry him unironically. who am I kidding, I have nothing interesting about me as a person going on so I will just forever be a novelty fuck for repressors.

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    yes but I was ignored and told to stop so I didn't admit it to myself

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I didn't always know that transgenderism was a cult preying upon gay and autistic youth, but this board helped me figure that out.

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    i dont know exactly when i knew i was trans. maybe age 13?
    i know that even before I realized i was trans, i still hated the way my body was changing from puberty. my face especially, i HATED how my face changed. in photos i can see it got noticeably longer between age 11 and 13.

    and i always hated getting haircuts, ever since elementary school. i always hated how i looked after getting my hair cut shorter.
    by middle school my parents ended up just letting me have long hair and its been long ever since

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I casually said to my mom I was a girl at age 2, wanted to wear girl's clothing at age 4. I was told it was wrong for boys to be like girls or do anything like that, and I hated doing anything bad, so I repressed that all quite deeply until finally breaking in my mid-20s. So during those years I didn't really "know" beyond a general feeling that there was something deeply wrong with me. I

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah, I always knew that I was white.

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    ive always had this sort of gut instinct that other people arent like me. ive tried and tried to put it to rest and just get along with others and for lack of a more convenient way of putting it, "fit in", but im never quite able to. i eventually clocked that its not just my persona that i put out both online and offline being an act, but my entire attempt at masculine behaviour, and i think other people can instinctively tell on some level even if theyre unaware of it. the real me comes out more when im drunk.

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    kinda. I always had weird feelings about gender as a kid, specifically that I was a girl inside and that my (male) body was not really "accurate" to who I really was. I crossdressed a lot and wanted to do whatever girls were doing to be more like them. When I learned what trans people were I knew I was the same way

    I'm pretty malebrained though, I feel faketrans most of the time

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah basically. I chose at age 4 to be a girl and my dad told me that wasn’t possible.

    I am now a twinkhon and “she” is a boomerhon. Ruined it for me and yet still tried to have the forbidden fruit

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Wow you two should bang. Might bring some closure to a lot of unresolved bullshit.

  10. 3 months ago
    Charlotte

    When I was a teenager, I hit puberty late and had a slender frame, and because of that, I have this really distinct memory of thinking "I look like a girl" and enjoying it for a moment before repressing that.

    So I didn't exactly "know", but I knew.

    • 3 months ago
      )*Kassandra of Ellaphae|PSO2

      similar, i didnt really repress the feelings internally i was just terrified of telling anyone until i discovered trans existed

      then my shitty mom repressed me for like 20 years, i should have faught her to the death for hrt

  11. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I found out I wasn't a girl when I was 4, and immediately thought I wanted to be one.
    I realised I'm a bottom when I was 12, but I felt really embarrassed about it for most of my adolescence.
    But now that I've had SRS I'm not ashamed anymore. My sex organs were literally rebuilt to be penetrable so it just makes sense that I want to be, nothing strange about that!

  12. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not really, I just felt more bad than good ever since I can remember. Also, I used to hate feminine things and would run away from them like it was radioactive, but I think I did it because I'm extremely risk averse and subsconsciously would expect bullying if I engaged with feminine things.
    I never had the thought of wanting to be a girl, and I only really started acknowledging my physical dysphoria as an adult. I think I had it as a teen too, but I was never very masculine and this is what I think made it harder to pinpoint why I felt so bad about my appearance.
    I think I may be some flavour of enby, idk. I'm on HRT after having a lot of breakdowns over my appearance as an adult, and it's been 1 year and I still think it was the right choice.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      had similar experiences but being a fat teen locked in his own head meant i never really noticed it.

  13. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    "know"? I didn't "know" but I always dreamt of it

  14. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    since I was 6. But I was already being bullied for everything under the sun and didnt feel like adding being a girl inside to the mix
    so I took that part of me, stuck her in the deepest corner of my mind and tried my best to forget her. And from then on my emotions were hollow. Couldnt be truly happy without her being happy too, anger tempered with fear, sadness being the only thing I felt completely
    it took a long time to find her within me again

  15. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I always wanted to be a girl if that's what you mean. I didn't exactly realize that made me transgender for a while, though I was aware we had the same goal.

  16. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Uh from the age of 9-10 I knew I wanted to be a girl and from the age of 11-13 I knew i was born with a fetish

  17. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Kill la kill was so good

  18. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    i always wanted to have be born a girl in like a retroactive, history-changing way. but it took me quite a while to a) realise being trans is an option, and b) actually decide i want that. i still really regret not looking into it earlier: my mom could've had a daughter.

  19. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I can't remember super early childhood, but I remember being ten listening to my dad and sister talk about sex changes on a car trip and thinking "wow I can't wait to become 18 so I can get that" lmao

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