i’m not trans i just would *prefer* if i was a girl

i’m not trans i just would *prefer* if i was a girl
like if i could change to a girl i would without a second thought BUT i don’t know if the effort and humiliation id go through to transition would be worth it in the end
is this normal or am i just repressing so hard i don’t even realise

  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >i just would *prefer* if i was a girl
    >like if i could change to a girl i would without a second thought BUT i don’t know if the effort and humiliation id go through to transition would be worth it in the end
    this is literally every tranny
    you think we want to be trans or transition? obviously we'd rather be cis women. transition is hard, it sucks, but if you're dysphoric it'll improve your mental state way more than staying a man and masculinizing will

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      idk it feels like i dont have dysphoria. i just kind of feel... empty about being a guy. like i just dont care, i dont get anything from being male. but if i imagine being a girl i tend to feel i'd be more 'myself' maybe. but the feeling isn't severe enough, its more just like constant background noise of preferring to be more feminine so idk if its worth taking the risk of transitioning, it could just screw things up even more

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        so that sounds like me (but I'm still repping so maybe not the best to get info from)
        but I explained it like that before, but when thinking further I realized I did experience dysphoria. stuff like:
        >didn't like some masculinizing features, like hair, hands, shoulders, etc. not that those feelings are extremely intense, more that I'd just prefer them not be like that
        >always avoided looking in the mirror, taking photos, etc. cause I hate how I look, even though I'm not really ugly, I hate it.
        >hated people complimenting my deep voice
        >after daydreaming about being a girl and dissociating, I'd usually feel a sense of dread remembering what I am.
        >cried at times about not being a girl.

        but, if I didn't look that deeply, I would say that I could live as a man and while I didnt associate with being a man I didn't hate it. but looking at how I lived my life, I think its clear there is some dysphoria

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        WOAH WOAH WOAH WOAH
        You need to see a therapist about this. You don't want to have 3 years worth of tiddies because you trusted some LULZner online.

        Hugs!

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        you don't need dysphoria to be trans

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          reading this cracked me last week

          ahhh fuck... okay maybe
          maybe i am trans
          i should probably get some pills i guess

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            https://hrt.cafe

            [...]

            Fuck, why did you highlight every god damn thing in the image?

            [...]
            555-COME-ON
            Don't gobble pills just because some anons on LULZ makes you think you need to.
            If you really question yourself, start by talking about it to some friends.
            Maybe try crossdressing in private.
            Also, Private and Public are two really different worlds, don't mix one for the other.
            Last, never trust social media. Ever.
            Everyone is lying there for "good point"/likes/karma/whatever.

            >Don't gobble pills just because some anons on LULZ makes you think you need to.
            OP literally wrote

            >i just would *prefer* if i was a girl
            >like if i could change to a girl i would without a second thought

            it's not pinkpilling when they clearly and repeatedly express the long-standing desire to be the opposite sex

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            don't, you fucking retard, i listened to these retards who groomed me and i took pills and i fucking regret it. Transition is not worth it, only if you are a giga passoid. IF you don't hate being a male, then stay as one. Seriously. Get a hobby. Get off this board. Trust me, I'm so fucking annoyed that I was roped into this shit for a while but I've managed to escape it mostly and I'm much happier now.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              >"I've managed to escape it mostly and I'm much happier now."
              >is currently discussing gender dysphoria on a transgender board

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                yea, i'm still on this board because i am a homosexual.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                that's gay

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              nta, but what was your life like before transitioning?
              the symptoms that I think are probably related to dysphoria I've been aware of since I was young (though didnt know about dysphoria as a thing)
              I've been depressed since I was 8, and don't get that much happiness. I do have hobbies, but even those things don't bring a ton of joy.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                it was shit, mainly because i was a sad loser with not many friends who is the exact target for groomers. I'm still a bit of a loser, I will admit, but i'm working towards changing that, and not by trooning out. I've realised overtime that I'm just a gay boy, and that's ok.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              okay what exactly was wrong with it
              i see a lot of people talk about how transitiong is bad but they never give details
              i dont rly give a shit about passing, (tho i think i can do it) i already feel really uncomfortable in my body so i doubt it could make it worse

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yes you fucking do unless its hibernating or youre a youngshit or something or someone that never really thought about gender enough, you need it, if its not hiding and you dont have it ur not trans, op seems like a strong case of le hidden dysphoria tho

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Yes you fucking do unless its hibernating or youre a youngshit or something or someone that never really thought about gender enough, you need it, if its not hiding and you dont have it ur not trans, op seems like a strong case of le hidden dysphoria tho
            It's debatable how you define the terms

            It's objectively true that you do not need gender dysphoria to transition. Anyone can take cross-sex hormones for any reason. I don't have a shred of gender dysphoria and have never thought about it in my life, but I started transmaxxing with estrogen for fun after this board convinced me it's a good lifestyle hack for those suffering from incelitis. Am I trans? A trender? A faker? Non-binary? I don't know. But, point is, a lot of people transition genders despite not ever experiencing gender dysphoria.

            For many, it's like getting a tattoo or dyeing your hair - they do it because it's a desire for an aesthetic enhancement, without necessarily feeling any negative feelings about their pre-enhancement form, identity, or presentation. Obviously this is a minority of cases, and most trans people do have dysphoria, but not all do.

            but it is kinda funny imagining that an image I made a while ago might have actually led to some starting hrt and here I am still repping.

            >but it is kinda funny imagining that an image I made a while ago might have actually led to some starting hrt and here I am still repping.
            Many such cases. Just order the HRT and see what happens.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              I'm not gonna start just yet, I can't due to reasons. but I plan on it in a few months

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I'm not gonna start just yet, I can't due to reasons. but I plan on it in a few months
                The clock is ticking. If it's due to family, you can easily order it and take it without them noticing. If it's due to money, I or someone else could send you money. The only thing that could actually be a legitimate excuse is if you live in a Middle Eastern country where you might be killed. Any excuse you've built up in your mind is bullshit prorastination.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                it's due to family. but I'm moving soon anyway, so thats when I plan on it. I'm an oldshit anyway so a few months isn't gonna be make or break for me. also I gotta see a therapist then endo first cause I have other health things I gotta consider.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >it's due to family.
                just fyi, unless they rip open and inspect every package addressed to you, they're not going to find out

                >also I gotta see a therapist then endo first cause I have other health things I gotta consider.
                what are the health things? I'm not a doctor but people here could probably let you know if there are any obvious conflicts

                if you're just taking estrogen by itself, I think the only thing to watch out for is any condition related to blood viscoscity/clotting

                Damn. I wish it wasn't this difficult, but I think I'm going to have to bulk up and judge how much I enjoy my body. If I dislike my body I'll know I have to transition.

                you can give it a shot, but I can let you know ahead of time it's clear that there's a high chance you're going to decide to start HRT in like a year. you can skip ahead to that point or you can wait until it happens

                also, muscles alone won't necessarily make you feel less emasculated. look at LULZ. you would probably need to have born with a different body structure (and maybe personality) entirely

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >if you're just taking estrogen by itself, I think the only thing to watch out for is any condition related to blood viscoscity/clotting
                (there could be things beyond that to watch out for. I'm definitely not a medical professional. I think that's just the big thing people mention. beyond that, I believe estrogen is pretty safe if your levels of it are at, or below, the levels cis women have)

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                I'm on biologics for arthritis. so idk, I just wanna see an endo first. esp if it will work and AA end up being decent for me

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                How can I `skip ahead'? I'm not consciously trying to avoid anything here. I will probably do a little real life experience just to prove to myself that I'm not a coward.
                It's just that once I stop running from the possibility that I'm trans, I implicit start running from the possibility that I'm just a guy who needs to directly confront his emotional problems.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Well, start by confronting your emotional problems then...

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              >I'm not gonna start just yet, I can't due to reasons. but I plan on it in a few months
              The clock is ticking. If it's due to family, you can easily order it and take it without them noticing. If it's due to money, I or someone else could send you money. The only thing that could actually be a legitimate excuse is if you live in a Middle Eastern country where you might be killed. Any excuse you've built up in your mind is bullshit prorastination.

              >it's due to family.
              just fyi, unless they rip open and inspect every package addressed to you, they're not going to find out

              >also I gotta see a therapist then endo first cause I have other health things I gotta consider.
              what are the health things? I'm not a doctor but people here could probably let you know if there are any obvious conflicts

              if you're just taking estrogen by itself, I think the only thing to watch out for is any condition related to blood viscoscity/clotting

              [...]
              you can give it a shot, but I can let you know ahead of time it's clear that there's a high chance you're going to decide to start HRT in like a year. you can skip ahead to that point or you can wait until it happens

              also, muscles alone won't necessarily make you feel less emasculated. look at LULZ. you would probably need to have born with a different body structure (and maybe personality) entirely

              You are pressing someone to take medicine without medical advice first.
              That's dangerous and manipulative.
              Please, be more careful about other anon's health from now on, and don't push them to bad solutions.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >You are pressing someone to take medicine without medical advice first.
                I didn't tell them not to see a doctor

                if someone is worried about their physiological health, seeing a doctor before taking HRT is smart. psychology-wise, though, in my opinion, it's pointless to see a medical professional to try to make a decision about this. doctors can help you keep your body healthy and safe, but when it comes to the mind, they don't necessarily know better than others

                I'm not advising people take HRT without getting medical advice. though if someone has no known health conditions of any kind, then in my opinion, it isn't necessary; especially if they stick to monotherapy

                so why does it seem AAs are usually used? is there a benefit of using them over just monotherapy, even taking into account the issues?

                >so why does it seem AAs are usually used? is there a benefit of using them over just monotherapy, even taking into account the issues?
                two main reasons, I think:

                - unless you use estrogen injections, you can't get an estrogen dose high enough to suppress testosterone, and thus won't feminize as much as you can/should. taking AAs is one way to suppress testosterone without requiring injections

                - some people think that the best transition outcomes come from emulating natural puberty for females, where estrogen ramps up gradually. for example, people suggest starting with estrogen pills + AAs for the first few months or year, then switching to injections, claiming that this is best for optimal breast growth

                however, there's tons of conflicting info about this, and there's no conclusive evidence about this. some claim starting with high-dose injections resulted in poor breast growth, while others claim they still developed big breasts from this. it's kind of impossible to know, since the people who had poor results might've had even poorer ones with just pills

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >so why does it seem AAs are usually used? is there a benefit of using them over just monotherapy, even taking into account the issues?
                so, to be clear: the options are typically either:

                - estrogen pills + antiandrogens

                or

                - high-dose estrogen injections

                for many reasons, people are a bit wary about starting with injections. but in my opinion, this is probably the safest and healthiest option, with the only potential issue being the stunted breast growth thing; I really have no clue how much credibility there is to that. there's heavy debate around it

                >I didn't tell them not to see a doctor
                >seeing a doctor before taking HRT is smart
                I do understand, but keeping all the relevant info in the first answer is better.
                Maybe the anon you are replying to won't be able to read the rest of the thread next time, and it could help them very much to have as much info as possible in the first answer.

                >doctors can help you keep your body healthy and safe
                > psychology-wise, though, in my opinion, it's pointless
                Yes, docotrs helps you be healthy body wise, as you say.
                For the mental issues, go to see a psy instead, that's what they are for.

                You seems to know a bit about how hormones works, but still, you probably don't know the side effects on some random anon.

                >there's no conclusive evidence about this
                And even then, you admit that it's still a bit hit or miss, so better give all chances to anons.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >For the mental issues, go to see a psy instead, that's what they are for.
                I'm not anti-psychologists/psychiatrists/therapists, but, in my opinion, they aren't necessarily helpful for some questions like deciding whether or not you're trans. Or, they potentially can be, but probably not more helpful than what you can hear from regular people you can talk to for free. In the US, therapists/psychologists are typically very expensive.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        reading this cracked me last week

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          damn you have that imagine? I posted that long ago. are you the anon I told to read the site?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            I don't think so, I just got it from a thread a while ago

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          I hate being a man but I have no desire to be a woman or think I should have ever been born as one. What am I

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            could you just be nb?

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              That's what I think I am, but it's so hard to take myself seriously when most people laugh at the concept of nonbinary people experiencing dysphoria

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Fuck, why did you highlight every god damn thing in the image?

          [...]
          ahhh fuck... okay maybe
          maybe i am trans
          i should probably get some pills i guess

          555-COME-ON
          Don't gobble pills just because some anons on LULZ makes you think you need to.
          If you really question yourself, start by talking about it to some friends.
          Maybe try crossdressing in private.
          Also, Private and Public are two really different worlds, don't mix one for the other.
          Last, never trust social media. Ever.
          Everyone is lying there for "good point"/likes/karma/whatever.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            nta, thats actually my image that I did a long time ago to tell someone to read a certain website. it's highlighted because I wanted to see how many of the things on the site applied to me, to see if I was just overthinking a few things, or if it actually applied to me a lot.
            the highlighting was for myself not the image.
            didn't expect others to use the image

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              that screenshot has already cracked lots of repressors just in the past week or so

              [...]

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                though I would say that the image should be paired with saying to read this ( https://genderdysphoria. fyi/en/printable ) just that quote on it's own probably isn't enough to say someone is trans. It made a lot more sense in the context that I posted the image.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                but it is kinda funny imagining that an image I made a while ago might have actually led to some starting hrt and here I am still repping.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                oh hey I was cracked in that thread

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              Ho, okay, I understand then.
              Thanks for sharing material that could help other then.

              https://hrt.cafe

              [...]

              [...]
              >Don't gobble pills just because some anons on LULZ makes you think you need to.
              OP literally wrote

              >i just would *prefer* if i was a girl
              >like if i could change to a girl i would without a second thought

              it's not pinkpilling when they clearly and repeatedly express the long-standing desire to be the opposite sex

              Oh, so you know from a single post what OP really is, and how he feel, and that's normal to tell him to take medications even before talking to other people or seeing a doctor?
              You are so intelligent and wise anon!

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Oh, so you know from a single post what OP really is, and how he feel, and that's normal to tell him to take medications even before talking to other people or seeing a doctor?
                >You are so intelligent and wise anon!
                they should definitely talk to other people before deciding to take it, but they're talking to people right now, and that's just the advice I'm giving. I'm not saying they should definitely take it, but just that they should strongly consider it

                talking to people is good, but doctors and therapists are honestly probably less useful than talking to people online. even talking to schizo detransitioners is much more useful than talking to a therapist imo

                I'm on biologics for arthritis. so idk, I just wanna see an endo first. esp if it will work and AA end up being decent for me

                >I'm on biologics for arthritis. so idk, I just wanna see an endo first. esp if it will work and AA end up being decent for me
                I don't know much about arthritis or AAs, but I don't think there'd be any problems with estrogen monotherapy

                AAs increase risk of bone density reduction (I believe because you risk a state where levels of both testosterone and estrogen are low - you need at least one of those to be high for proper bone health), and this can worsen arthritis. even if a doctor tells you AAs are okay, if I were you I'd actually probably recommend being even more cautious and just stick to monotherapy. even without arthritis, AAs have lots of negative side effects for lots of people and I generally recommend against them. estrogen is naturally produced in all humans and has a very well-understood safety profile, while AAs are synthetic compounds animal bodies did not evolve to handle

                I don't think I'm smarter than doctors, or anything, but endocrinologists are notoriously really, really bad at trans health. someone can post the study showing only 5% actually could accurately answer basic questions about trans stuff.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >even talking to schizo detransitioners is much more useful than talking to a therapist imo
                and in fact, talking to detransitioners is probably good. it might cause some people to repress when they otherwise shouldn't, but it's good for people to hear the worst-case scenarios before deciding to make such a serious, impactful decision

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                so why does it seem AAs are usually used? is there a benefit of using them over just monotherapy, even taking into account the issues?

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >so why does it seem AAs are usually used? is there a benefit of using them over just monotherapy, even taking into account the issues?
                so, to be clear: the options are typically either:

                - estrogen pills + antiandrogens

                or

                - high-dose estrogen injections

                for many reasons, people are a bit wary about starting with injections. but in my opinion, this is probably the safest and healthiest option, with the only potential issue being the stunted breast growth thing; I really have no clue how much credibility there is to that. there's heavy debate around it

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >they should definitely talk to other people before deciding to take it
                It's nice that you say it now, but it could be better to say it in the same post.
                Manipulating hormones levels can fuck your body up real bad, so better tell the whole story and not just the bright side.

                >even talking to schizo detransitioners is much more useful than talking to a therapist imo
                and in fact, talking to detransitioners is probably good. it might cause some people to repress when they otherwise shouldn't, but it's good for people to hear the worst-case scenarios before deciding to make such a serious, impactful decision

                >talking to detransitioners
                Quite a solid advice.
                I only interacted with a few, but they were badly advised into transitioning, and it both fucks their life AND makes trans monsters.
                It's better for everyone not to give hrt to everyone just because they feel a little girly today.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >It's nice that you say it now, but it could be better to say it in the same post.
                yes, you're right, I should be more comprehensive and cautious. I'm just very used to talking to repressors who to me have clearly known for a very long time this is what they want to do but are putting it off for reasons entirely unrelated to being unsure if they're trans (e.g. worried about not passing, family, religion). I do normally include disclaimers like this, but I got lazy

                it's also probably my own bias. I'm not trans myself (in my opinion) and it was pretty easy for me to make the decision to order HRT because I wasn't changing anything about myself besides my biology. which is a pretty significant change, but I think changing your entire identity and life is even bigger. the only hangup I had was over genital issues, and eventually enough anons convinced me it was probably preventable with the right regimen

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                I understand.
                Thank you for the civilized exchange.

                >I wasn't changing anything about myself besides my biology
                Take care Anon, it's have been proven that sexual hormone change also induce thinking, learning and reasoning changes.
                So, you change your body, but also your mind
                and by extension, who you are as a whole by doing HRT.

                >For the mental issues, go to see a psy instead, that's what they are for.
                I'm not anti-psychologists/psychiatrists/therapists, but, in my opinion, they aren't necessarily helpful for some questions like deciding whether or not you're trans. Or, they potentially can be, but probably not more helpful than what you can hear from regular people you can talk to for free. In the US, therapists/psychologists are typically very expensive.

                Well, I was thinking he exact same thing before seeing my therapist a couple years ago.
                It really helped me understand why I wanted to have a female body, and that, eventually, it was a giant cope from myself and not a true dysphoria.
                So, yeah, it helped me non the less.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Take care Anon, it's have been proven that sexual hormone change also induce thinking, learning and reasoning changes.
                >So, you change your body, but also your mind
                > and by extension, who you are as a whole by doing HRT.
                this is true. sex hormones definitely do alter the brain and mind. it's certainly a very big decision to make and it shouldn't be taken daily. I just think it's still an even bigger decision to decide to change your whole identity and actually fully transition genders. (also, arguably, taking something like adderall or SSRIs or almost any other psychiatric substance every day also changes your brain and mind, and potentially in an even more significant way than sex hormones do. decisions to take any psychotropic drug should not be taken lightly.)

                I'm deliberately taking a low/medium-ish dose, so for me the neurological/psychological changes have been fairly minor. the ones I've felt so far are perfectly fine. also, orgasms feel better and last longer, which is a plus.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >they were badly advised into transitioning
                What bad advice do you generally find, and what questions should a questioning transperson ask themselves to avoid this?

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Well, mostly, it was hasted transition.
                They took hormones and have surgeries too early (castration for MtF, top surgeries for FtM).
                They mostly didn't question the "Why I want to change?" before the "Is it technically possible to change?".
                So, some have good results, some have bad results, but most didn't really want it in the first place (but deeply think it when they started) and are now stuck as "not really a man, but not a female anymore", or "never manage to become a woman, can't be a man anymore".

                If you already started your transition, well, maybe think a bit before doing any definitive change (sterilization/mastectomy).
                If you haven't started yet, start with crossdressing.
                Girls really underestimate how unremarkable men are, and generally miss attention or suffer from being small.
                Boys generally overestimate the sexual power and sexiness of woman, or suffer from never really pass.

                Again, it's not the norm, it's the ones that took the wrong decision.
                But I think it's still interesting to have their point of view.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                nta, but what is generally a reason to change? like idk why I have the desire or why it has such an effect mentally, but it's been like this for as long as I can remember. I can't think of any reason. sexual or social benefits are not really a factor for me.
                also for me, crossdressing doesn't help. usually it makes me more dysphoric because I become more aware of my body.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          that screenshot has already cracked lots of repressors just in the past week or so

          [...]

          though I would say that the image should be paired with saying to read this ( https://genderdysphoria. fyi/en/printable ) just that quote on it's own probably isn't enough to say someone is trans. It made a lot more sense in the context that I posted the image.

          Then, maybe spread this image instead

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        you dont care about being a guy,but you care about being a girl because you'd feel more yourself, lmao.

        trans arent men or women. its a queer third gender

        i posit cis people wouldnt feel dysphoric if they were transplanted into the opposite gender. its a uniquely trans phenomenon

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      > dysphoric
      > dysphoria got worse transitioning
      ok anon, fuck off. It helps only if you are a passoid

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not OP. I'm twenty-eight years old. About six months ago I 'discovered' that I'm trans. Now I've decided I'm not trans but I need to get jacked. Sounds familiar?
    I need to know if I am deceiving myself or not. Are there any anons here who tried to get jacked to escape being trans? What exactly were you thinking when you made the decision to start lifting? Did you know for sure you were trans at the time?
    For me, I've actually convinced myself that having a great looking male body will be therapeutic. My urge to transition stems from shame and a feeling of emasculation. My father forced me to repress my feminine personality from an early age, but I'm still a male.
    Does this sound like the same type of self-deception that other anons told themselves?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Are there any anons here who tried to get jacked to escape being trans?
      Yeah
      >What exactly were you thinking when you made the decision to start lifting?
      I disliked my body and thought I would like it if it matched some muscley-twink standard. Instead I learned I was dissociating from my physicality, and things went downhill.
      >Did you know for sure you were trans at the time?
      No, I was still in denial
      >Does this sound like the same type of self-deception that other anons told themselves?
      Yeah. I started feeling much worse as my body got more masc due to the gym, I eventually transitioned

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Damn. I wish it wasn't this difficult, but I think I'm going to have to bulk up and judge how much I enjoy my body. If I dislike my body I'll know I have to transition.

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am a man.
    But if I could gobble a pull to turn me into a woman with no concession (and an other one to revert back to myself), I would take it in an heartbeat.
    But such a pill don't exists (now).

    So, what I am personally?
    I don't care about how people see me (so no X-gender).
    I am not transsexual because I don't want to become a woman once and for all.
    I could be sexualfluid, but science can't help me with current tech.

    Now, why am I like this?
    Yes, I had some "non conventional" sexual experiences as a child. It created the envy to become a woman.
    But growing up and thinking about my youth (and seeing a psy), I finally closed that chapter of my life and can go further in life.

    So why I am still craving to be a woman half of the time?
    I think it's pressure.
    I have a lot of pressure in multiple forms in my life, and by being a woman from time to time, I can b e somebody else.
    I can do what I want, and be free.
    Basically, I want to be a woman to cope with my life.
    Which implies that the problem won't be solved by transitioning because as soon as I will be a woman full time, little by little, the stress and pressure will come back.

    So, I don't know if it's the same for you or not, but ask you these questions:
    I am aroused by being a woman? If so, it's a fetish, don't do it.
    I am releasing pressure when I am a woman? If so, it's a persona to cope with life. (try to change your life, not your body)

    Tl,Dr:
    You don't give enough infos to be sure, but I think you don't have to worry, you are a man, and just wonder about the other side.

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I don’t WANT to be a woman, I just want to me feminine.
    >okay, I would PREFER to be a woman, but I don’t mind where I am.
    >If given the opportunity I would without question be a woman, but I’m FINE as a man

    You tell me.

  5. 5 months ago
    future wife

    yes you're coping. do some reading with genderdysphoria.fyi

  6. 5 months ago
    some tranny lol

    do you feel like a girl inside, or have gender dysphoria? if so, i'd suggest seeing a therapist to help you understand whats going on better. no matter the case, you should find out as soon as possible, your life will be better for it.

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you want to be a cute girl you have a fetish
    If you want to be an ugly girl you are trans
    This has literally never been refuted.

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    if you dont hate being a guy yet just wait 10 years 🙂

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Come back in a year 🙂 <3

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