You can call me… Alex.
I identify as… a straight guy, with some assembly required… Transgender FTM.
As far as third-person pronouns go, … masculine. He/His/Him. Thankfully most friends have picked up on it. (Mom doesn’t know and Dad won’t do it.) If you mess up, it’s cool…just don’t make a big deal out of it.
I’m attracted to… MY GIRLFRIEND! She is THE most amazing, beautiful, AND supportive person! She has really helped me a lot with starting my transition (she even let me use her name to register my Visa gift card that I was going to use to get my binder… AND let me ship it there… She is ALSO going to order my packer for me!) Another thing: she refers to me as her boyfriend and only a few people know that I’m actually trans!
When people talk about me, I want them to… Not ONLY talk about me being trans. To me, it’s not that big of a deal. Yes it’s a big part of my life right now, but that’s because I’m starting my transition. I don’t just want to be “‘That transguy…Alex” for the rest of my life.
I want people to understand… that this is who I am. It’s NOT an impulse decision. I’ve wanted to be a guy for as long as I can remember. I may still be kinda young but I know this is what I want. Also, it’s not other people’s jobs to inform others about me being trans. I should have the decision of who knows…and who doesn’t.
I asked my girlfriend what to put here; she said:
“hi, im alex. im fucking amazing. thats all you really need to know.”
Alex. 17. Starting college at University of Central Missouri Jan 10, 2010 (finished High School Oct. 5th, 2009).
Criminal Justice major, Psych minor.
I have THE most amazing girlfriend.
I CAN’T WAIT to start T and physically become the guy I truly am.
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