Profile: Anastasia

You can call me… Anastasia

I identify as… a transgender female

As far as third-person pronouns go, … please use the female ones when you describe me

I’m attracted to… Men, women, and transgender women.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Know that I want to be a woman, and be addressed as female

I want people to understand… that being transgender is not a feeling that much after you realize that you’re trans and that when people are around transgender people, we’re not here to play you like a fiddle

About Anastasia
Grew up as a small town boy, I was 5 when I first wondered what it was like to be a girl. I grew up questioning this. I always played with my sisters barbie dolls when I was younger as well, and at the age of 11 I had my first experience with another boy who was 14. I was a partner with this boy for 9 months before I left. I lived with my grandparents for a year and a half in junior high, finally realizing I was transgender after questioning myself so many times and praying. I had known about my true gender on the inside. So I kept this inside for nearly 3 more years. I finally realized later on in high school that I was bisexual. At this stage I had started watching transgender YouTubers like Elena Genevinne, Angela Vanity, and PrincessJoules. I had finally came out to my mom about my sexuality at the age of 14 and then later came out as transgender nearly 3 months later. I had admitted to myself that I was transgender and because of this I had been open about this to my mother as well. I am currently 17 and nothing new has happened since then. Other than trying to grow my hair out and cope with the level of stress for being transgender. My life is here at home and trying to transition is probably the hardest things in the world for me. Since I will have a lot of back lash from my distant family and friends.

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Posted by on April 2nd, 2016 at 10:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Anastasia”

  1. Lilly

    Kudos to you for being you….I came out to the public before family. Mtf trans in a Christian home. In 17 and to this day havent done much mote than minor changes to my body and wardrobe. Keep going and being urself Amiga. -Lilly Garcia

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