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Hey Anon. That really sucks. If you want your mom to stop saying really rude things than you are probably going to have to talk to her about it. Try and get her to see that things that she says are really hurtful. other than that you can make sure that you have a group of friends that support you entirely. remember, you can cut friends out of your life if they don't support you. GOOD LUCK
- Anna/ ALix on Question: Being Transgender/Doubts and fears
Please don't be scared, Perry, but be proud of yourself and whom you are, for you are a truly courageous person.
- PaulPaula on Profile: Perry
You are extremely courageous and have my utmost respect and, I am sure, the respect of everyone here. Never be afraid to be your real self, and be very proud of whom you are. Regards.
- PaulPaula on Question: Being Transgender/Doubts and fears
when I'm in customer service situations (as a genderqueer person in a small town) I used to just put in a "m(i)n" (like a cross between man/mam sorta mumbley) where ever I would have used Sir/Mam. I found most people either took it as me saying man, or mam (depending on what they wanted to hear) the only people who ever questioned it were people who wanted it not to be binary. I've recently started using "Hun" (like the first part to honey) because it has the same sort of "southern hospitality" vibe, without making it sound like I'm mumbling all the time. although I find both of these to be a bit too casual for all situations. and often when apologizing or trying to fix a situation will find myself using Sir/Mam again.
- ThumperDae on Question: Alternatives to "Sir" and "ma'am"
bobby, im sorry your mother is like that, im living in a shitty situation myself since I came out, and my community has hatefully acknowledged that im female, which I can deal with. however, my family is trying to force me to be their son....like really? a parent cannot accept their daughter(or in ur case, son) because they simply are unable to understand. I get the same shpiel from my parents all the time, the whole" you don't own dresses" or maybe " you don't wear makeup or dress girly" which I always scoff at because I do dress girly, and even my hair is feminine. however, congradulations on being yourself and doing what many teens have to do, and that is be themselves and harden their hearts to their own family, keep being you, and eventually they will come around but if they don't, no sweat of your back, it isn't a you issue, its a them issue.
- Lilly Garcia on Question: Being Transgender/Doubts and fears
First of all, I am honestly so surprised nobody had commented on this profile. Second, I think everything that was said is absolutely amazing and that this is such a beautiful way to look at people in general. It is kind of dissapointing that no matter what, most people in society will treat you differently based on the skin you're in. I really wish that people would know me as somebody that draws strange pictures, or that person who laughs way too much, or literally anything about my personality... but instead everybodu I know describes me based on the differences in how I look from any 'normal' person. There are a lot of people who claim to know me so well, but they won't even know the most basic things about me or want to get to know me. And about unconditional love, it is the greatest thing that you can ever have for anybody.... and I'm not just talking about romantic relationships, I have unconditional love for so many of my family and friends. Sadly, I don't believe that my heart is good enough to have unconditional love for everybody in my life... if I ask myself, will I still love them even if they change or do something that I really won't like, sometimes the answer is, 'hopefully'.... it's one of the things that I have been trying to improve on myself recently. This is because of realized that someone I am close to doesn't have enough unconditional love to accept who I am in terms of gender identity, when they really should love me regardless. Changing the gender I have chosen to identify with in order to better my connection to society doesn't change anything about my soul. In terms of my soul, I will always remain the same... and someone who has unconditional love for me needs to accept and love me regardless of anything. I feel that I have almost unconditional love for many people in my life that have damaged me in the past... and I hope that soon I will be able to understand and forgive them so that I can have that love towards them. I feel like I need to know that they truly love me before I can truly love them. One of the things that I adore about this website is that everyone who contributes to it has such personality. When I read through comments and profiles on this website, I usually don't know what the person looks like because it doesn't matter. We are here to express ourselves, relate to eachother and help one another... and I cant be myself without judgement very much in my life so I'm glad that I have this place to help me figure out who I am and to connect with other people -Bobby
- Anonymous on Profile: Adria
I remember when I first start suspecting that I might be a trans guy, I totally freaked out and kept trying to prove to myself that it was nonsense. I went through a whole girly phase, which included buying dresses by choice for the first time in my life... it only made me feel so much worse.. but I kept thinking that it would be so much easier if I just kept everything a secret...but it wasn't worth how much emoitional pain it put me through. Almost everyone in my everyday life understands that I am not a girl and most people are kinda supportive actually, which was really relieving. My mom really just doesn't get it, she will say that if I would've trans I would've known at a younger age (which is completely untrue), or she'll point out that I still own a dress, or she'll blame it on the internet or one of my friends that just so happens to be LGBT. She would rather find any excuse for what I'm feeling rather than accepting that's just the way I am... but I've made myself stronger and I've chosen to not take offense to the words she says because she just isn't going to understand no matter how much we argue. I am so grateful for the people in my life that have been supportive and I will continue to carry on just the way I am. -Bobby
- Anonymous on Question: Being Transgender/Doubts and fears
My mom is constantly telling me that I am wrong about how I feel any time she can possibly bring it up. I am a younger trans guy and she will constantly say rude things out of the blue just to see if it upsets me. I already get enough hate from almost everyone I meet...I only came out to her about a year ago, I'm hoping that she'll come around and support me eventually
- Anonymous on Question: Being Transgender/Doubts and fears
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
- Lilly on Profile: Anastasia
The furby the destroyer is amazing....i love it.
- Lilly on Profile: Jess
I love your post Meghan. Im a 17 trans girl who is open and proud....even when my family only sees me as a stain on their lives. In getting on e when i turn 18 in october and you seem like an amazing girl to talk to. Send me a snap @ ghosclaw if u wanna chat Amiga. All the best -Lilly Garcia
- Lilly on Profile: Megan
People offend in the worst ways.....even family. Trans girl over here.
- Lilly on Profile: Skylar Ariana Marie Lyons
I love the post
- Lilly on Transitioning to be Me!
Also...im transfemlale
- Lilly on Question: Transgender Newbee.
Dont be me....i came out and had to find a job within a month and move out....im back with my dad thanks to my brother but at 17 with 3 months left til im 18....I could have waited....fiscal is a maijor issue with trans so unless ur family is supportive....I'd determine if its worth waiting or not.
- Lilly on Question: Transgender Newbee.
If your parents don't get it....its on them not you. I sincerely hoped nobody else was stuck in positions like this. As a transfemale in a Christian home....well....i get a lot of shit. My mom is the worst...i have had to move out 2 times and at 17 am almost self suficcent and am close to cutting my mom out of my life because she takes every chance she can to shove the whole "trans is sin" nonsense down my throat. But dont let anyone tell u who u aren't. Just be u.
- Lilly on Question: Being Transgender/Doubts and fears
Tbh...i was in third grade when I started to put together that i was transfemale. I couldnt place y but at around that time i started doing rrsearxh and a lot of introspection. In 6th i figured out who I was. I didnt come out until march of 2018. Support is a big deal and a great thing. As has been said in earlier comments...therapy is helpful, and trying things out works well. Dont be afraid to be yourself, whoever that is cause you are always the best you.
- Lilly on Question: Am I Transgender?
Its with is for you and you alone to decide. It took me a year to figure out my gender identity. Then another 10 years to uncloset my being a transgirl. And coming out before i turned 18 backfired hard. My family never ceases to force me back to being their son/grandson/nephew. The only one in my family accepting is my brother. He is the only one that expected me to come out. Now back to the question....is it worth it? Well gwen...if that is you...then be true to you cause what everyone thinks comes second to the true question....are you able to stay true to yourself under any and all circumstances? -Lilly Garcia
- Lilly on Question: Female Genderqueer
"You're a wizard Harry" is one of my favorite quotes. My favorite movie is half blood prince or deathly hallows part 2. I am not gender fluid or non binary, but am a transgirl. She/her. I would love to get to know you and I am 17. "Doby is a free elf"-doby. Snap me @ghosclaw
- Lilly on Profile: Alix or Ana
The living area makes a difference. I have to present masculine cause i need a place to stay until I move out at 18. Im a girl who has to do shit like a guy all the time ad it kinda ticks me off. My family does know im teans and is unsupportive(to put it mildly, more like actively fighting me at every turn and decision). I personally feel that being urself without a care what others think is the best poaition to go on.
- Lilly on Profile: Sage
God is not an excuse for anyone to be rude to anyone out of hate. God creates us to be who we are and that means that if ur gender fluid, genderqueer, gay, bi, transgirl/transwoman(me), transguy/transman, or somewhere else on those two spectrums you should not be ridiculed. Thank u for your post on that point for those who dont understand.
- Lilly on Profile: Kiddo
I love the post. I love my video games and at heart am a gamer girl. I play a lot of rift. This post of yours is very inspiring and i love it.
- Lilly on Profile: Amy
I wish people would recognize people who aren't identifying as the gender they were born as humans...your post is awesome and i hope u have all the best. -lilly
- Lilly on Profile: Alex
In truth...nobody can know what your gender identity is but you. Take some tome to think on it and you will find out eventually. All the luck -lilly
- Lilly on Profile: Jamie
Public opinion, family opinion....none of it should matter as long as you are comfortable as you. I am living with ridicule for being a transform from my own family....but I dont try to let them get to me...cause in the end...they are just words....and words have no effect on you unless you let them. Your post is very brave. Stay brave enough to be true to yourself.?
- Lilly on Profile: Kayden
Public opinion, family opinion....none of it matters but your own...my life as a 17 year old transgirl has been hell since i came out in winter of 2017. I have moved out of my families home twice but enough about the negative. Always be true to yourself cause the only thing that should matter is how you feel about yourself.
- Lilly on Profile: Kayden
Heyyyy. Just wanted to say I love the profile. I am a gamer/nerdy girl who is trying to not break from family pressure. But it is nice to see others that are openly defying the gender norm like me. U can msg me on snap or send an email if u ever wanna play rift on the pc or anything.?
- Lilly on Profile: Lizzie
This thread was so helpful for me to read through. Right now, I'm struggling with the idea of being a genderqueer female, because I am definitively a woman, but I'm also a little bit not. My problem is about coming out to people as genderqueer. I'm already out to just about everyone I know as gay, and everyone is super accepting of me and my girlfriend, but I don't think they'd understand if I tried to tell them I'm part woman and part... something else. I'm wondering if coming out about this is even something worth doing, because it's not as if I'm changing my pronouns or anything. I'm still she, her. I'm still a woman. On the one hand, I want people to see me for the genderqueer woman I believe I am. But on the other hand, I think it might be too complicated. Do you think it's worth it?
- Gwen on Question: Female Genderqueer
If anyone needs someone to talk to than I’m always listening and glad to give advice
- Liam Dunn on Question: If I'm a demigirl am I still a woman?
If your friends can’t respect you because of who you are than you deserve better friends. I’m gender fluid and some people hate me because of it. But I don’t get down because of it and neither should you because of what you are
- Liam Dunn on Question: If I'm a demigirl am I still a woman?
I’m officially male and I’m gender fluid. Though most of the time I identify myself as female. If you have trouble coming out than wait for a time to be created. Don’t make a time yourself
- Liam Dunn on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
I plan on getting top surgery and possibly a surgery to stop periods, but for now just want to try birth control. I\'m concerned i have endometriosis, as also my periods are now starting to get back and hip pain to. I already get bad cramps anyway (which i wake up at 1 AM from, which today i didnt but i did the last 2 times). i\'m agender, I also can\'t do it till later anyways since i am a minor, i\'d have to latest wait a year if i really needed it (gender dysphoria)*im talking about top surgery for a sec*. For the birth control, if it didn\'t work when try it, i don\'t know if i could do surgery (as like insurance and surgeons wise) I think my mother had endometriosis (she passed away), and also think my aunt has it. She had to stay home from school during her periods when she lived with my mom (obviously when they were younger). I am on a med that makes my periods messed up*Topiramate, for Migraines, used orignally for epilepsy and seizures*, which is another reason for wanting to go on birth control, as my period is becoming more messed up (it is now 2 times this month, 15 days early).I now have migraines during my period too, and got PMS and cramps a few cycles after my first, but i didnt get them too early (unlike my mom and nana who got them both when they were 7) I got a lot of my problems and looks from my aunt and mom XD (migraines and period, facial features) I don\'t know what surgery i could get, or if i would want to have them check for endometriosis. (i identify as asexual. i\'d rather be under anesthsia and be cut a little bit open or whatever, at least i think that now, then have someone put their hand in me or put a stick in me to check for something that i possibly don\'t have. I don\'t even want sex or biological kids) Sorry, i know this was from years ago and for like someone asking about a surgery XD. was looking for something and this came up in the google search. Bye!
- Salem on Question: Agender and dreaming of a Hysterectomy
Today I wore a summer dress with a men's short sleeved button up shirt unbuttoned over it. I really liked the way that it looked because I felt like it combined the femininity and masculinity and balanced it out perfectly. I also love wearing my most traditionally masculine clothes and then wearing a full face of makeup... I'm quite simple so I don't have many accessories but I find it's easier to balance things out by wearing one really masculine thing and one feminine thing.... hope this helps -B.D.
- Anonymous on Question: Insight into androgynous expression?
If you wear lip balm that can feel like lip gloss and help. Or really subtle makeup that can't really be seen but you can feel.
- Anna/Alix on Question: Insight into androgynous expression?
My Email. Keyvannni@gmail.com
- Anonymous on Profile: Al or Alison
Hi I’m the same person who wrote the last comment uhhh so I came out as demigirl to my friends and most of them hate me now.. :/ they said I’m just attention seeking and that it’s not a real gender and that sucks but yeah just an update
- Anonymous on Question: If I'm a demigirl am I still a woman?
gc2b this company has awesome quality binders for $30 at its MOST expensive product
- Anonymous on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
I feel you! But getting surgery to remove your breasts is a pretty big step/change in your life which you may or may not regret. I advise you try binding for a bit so that can help out with your dysphoria on your male days and maybe even try it on during your female days and see if it affects you. But if you truly, TRULY feel getting surgery is best for you I fully support you! :) Best of luck! xox
- Sam on On My More Male Days
Me too. I feel like some days I’m just incredibly girly, crop top, short shorts, but then other days I’m like “excuse me I just want jeans and flannels”. I’m also subconsciously changing my appearance to make myself less female, for example I’m about to cut off all my long hair. I identify as polysexual which means I like more than one gender, in my case all genders except male, so I don’t really have to modify my sexuality label but I’ve always felt so weird as a girl. Like I’m fine we she/her but sometimes I just wish I was nb if that makes sense. I feel like I am a demigirl, like I fit into that mound but will people think I’m just trying to be a “special snowflake”, and what pronouns should I use? My friends at school, even though some of them are lgbt, keep saying there are only 4 genders, male, female, non-binary and agender. I argued with them about this for a while but according to them the “other genders” are just attention seekers, so if demigirl fits, they’ll probably hate me forever, so I can’t exactly come out...
- Anonymous on Question: If I'm a demigirl am I still a woman?
I was born female, and am a genderfluid person. Coming out was easy enough for me, since I was in college, but I’m almost never read correctly when I identify as male. This is due to my large breasts, which makes binding a must. However, because I’m in college, I’m also basically broke. Binders are surprisingly expensive! If anyone knows anyplace to get cheap binders; I’m all in! I came out to my professors in an email a few weeks before class started.
- Riann Greysen on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
[Yes I know I'm chiming in on an old thread, but just in case anyone's googling around and finds this relevant] Here in Australia we tend to fall back on the word Mate. It has no particular gender association (at least where I'm from) and perfect for casual situations where you need to grab someone's attention fast. Mate, you dropped something! Hey mate, hold the lift! Mate, you have change for a fiver? (in thanks for something) Cheers mate! "Buddy" or even "cobber" could work in those situations as well - slight male bias though. "Friend" doesn't work for this - in Australia if a stranger on the street calls you "friend", run. It usually means they're either about to punch your lights out, or run a scam on you. "Mate" is unfortunately NOT suitable for business letters/calls, or other situations requiring formality or respect. Most orgs still stick with the outdated "Sir/Madam" on that one (ugh). For my business letters, I always use mail merge to put the person's actual name if I can - "Dear Sam Green". Otherwise, I use their title/position - "Dear Applicant", "Dear Customer", "Dear Student", "Dear Shareholder", etc etc. Or, if I'm really stuck, the highly impersonal "TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN" is sometimes an acceptable fallback :P No solution yet for business phone calls, aside from getting the person's name as early as possible and then just using that throughout. Good luck! :)
- Aussie on Question: Alternatives to "Sir" and "ma'am"
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- mipebizeh on Question: Birth Control & Dysphoria
Actually a truly wonderful and courageous person. A wonderful sentimental profile - well posted!!
- Paul/Paula on Profile: Alex
A courageous profile, beautifully and sentimentally composed.
- Paul/Paula on Profile: Ange or Angie
I like the term Ooma it’s an acronym for the (Object Of My Affection ) as in “ this is my Ooma “ sweet, gender neutral affectionate it implys more than a friendship and works great because we’re poly too .
- Francis on Question: Terms of Endearment.
A lovely profile, courageous, poignant and written straight from Amy's heart.
- Paul/Paula on Profile: Amy
Ive been binding for about a year and a half with my size of binder, I used to sleep in it and wear it for too long. My chest is very saggy compared to before, and its harder to bind now. So yes, at least in my case
- Anonymous on Question: Binders and Sagging?
I am full of praise for this excellent profile, obviously written straight from the heart. I agree fully with the comment about God - how very true this is.
- Paul/Paula on Profile: Kiddo
cool pronouns !
- ren on Profile: Kiddo
A beautifully written profile straight from the heart. Both poignant and emotive, these words really make such an impression of courage and determination.
- Paul/Paula on Profile: Sage
How right you are! Small feminine things do indeed balance things out. I agree 100% with your sentiment, Anna. x
- Paul/Paula (Paul Travers) on Question: Insight into androgynous expression?
Beanies. Get, like, a purple beanie. some bright color. it has helped me. if there are small feminine things that you can do that will be balanced out by the masculine dress, etc. maybe do them? just some stuff I have done.
- Anna/ ALix on Question: Insight into androgynous expression?
A very courageous posting which has my respect. Always be perfectly indifferent to public opinion and be proud to always be the REAL you. In my view you should be so proud of yourself. Regards, Paul/Paula
- Paul/Paula on Profile: Kayden
An extremely courageous and emotive posting.
- Paul/Paula on Profile: Al or Alison
All profiles are courageous: of that there can be absolutely no doubt, for it takes great courage to admit to being one's true self. I find this particular profile highly impressive because it is written from the heart. I feel that Emmet deserves the utmost respect - as indeed do all profilers.
- Paul/Paula on Profile: Emmet
A beautiful photograph full of inner expression: those lovely eyes are so very spiritual.
- Paul/Paula on a(symmetric)
I find this photo to be fascinating.
- Paul on My Appearance
Perfectly OK in my book. In Victorian times here in England, boys often wore dresses. If you love wearing a dress, good luck to you!
- Paul/Paula on Clothes
A very courageous profile, beautifully and sentimentally written from the heart. This one really touched my heart, too.
- Paul Travers on Question: Insight into androgynous expression?
Absolutely beautiful and so quintessentially feminine. I adore these photos.
- Paul Travers on Within The Binary
This question is older but I was searching through the website and felt I needed to comment. Coming out to your family can be super terrifying, I remember when I first came to the realization that I wasn't a girl I cried myself to sleep almost every day worrying about my moms reaction. With the advice from a few distant family members, I came to realize that no matter what my mom would say or do about it, I would be okay. I spent months and months building up the courage to tell my mom, when i finally told her she seemed to take it well, even though she is much less supportive now. She says some pretty hurtful things but I've been able to learn how to not take much offense to them...As long as you are in a safe environment, (which it's really important that you are) you shouldn't worry too much about the reactions of your friends and family. If they truly are there for you you'll be able to work it out with them and they will understand. Otherwise, just know that you don't have to stick with unsupportive family members forever. Coming out is super hard, but it's worth it. It gets easier over time. Good luck to anyone and everyone who plans to come out to their loved ones, and for everyone who already has, good job and congratulations.... -B.D.
- Anonymous on Question: Genderfluidity and help
•Big brothers used binder program •In a bind •binder boys •replace the ace •Free/cheap FTM binders Facebook group All of the above are websites I've seen popularly in pintrest and Tumblr. I personally got mine from Amazon for about $20 bucks and there are probably quite a few other websites you could go to for cheap, good quality binders. Wishing you the best of luck, Jay.
- Jay on Question: Binder for 13 year old
**those question marks were supposed to be a pufferfish emoji
- Anna/Alix on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
ASTER- You are not a failure or a screw up. Do you know how I know that? Because I am a 13 year old AFAB as well. I have anxiety and depression related to coming out as well. If I were you (PLEASE bear in mind that I am not you and don't fully know your situation) I would consider coming out to "Bree" first. If you are nervous about how she will react then try this. Ask her what she would do if one of her friends said that she was nonbinary or something. This should give you a good idea about how she will react. However, make sure that she is prepared to possibly keep you secret. If this helps are you would like to get in touch please respond with an email address or something. Good luck! ?? why a pufferfish? Why not a pufferfish? Hope this helped cheer you up. If you have Pinterest my username is Anna Lewis. My profile pic is a dog.
- Anna/Alix on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
Hey um, I’m 13 and I was wondering if anyone could recommend me some websites for binders? Please and thank you!
- Emily on Question: Binder for 13 year old
BestCathy- really??? this website isn't about $$$'s it is about helping people. and do you really understand the basic concepts of gramer? Because that post is severley lacking.
- Alix/Anna on The Bugis' Five Genders
I believe binding at 11 is perfectly okay. If you were to ask a doctor, they would suggest waiting until at least the age of 16 because of growth and health precautions. I am 12 myself and I just got my first binder. A lot of the time, if you need information about binders you can just look it up on Google and look through a few websites. I, myself have been helped and found that I have been unsafely bindi g because I thought it was supposed to feel that way but it was too tight. If he feel rattling or slight wheezing in his breathing while wearing, he should get out of the binder RiGHT AWAY. It's great that you want to help because hqving a nonsupportive family/ environment is very damaging. But yes, it is perfectly okay for him to bind it this age as long as he is extra careful and cautious. At the longest, 8hours or less if possible. I wear mine to school so I have it on first about 8 -9 hours at a time but bring a sports bra to school just in case. Because at such a young age and begginging use, I would only use it 3-4 times a week MAX. Wishing you the best, Jay
- Jay on Question: Binder for 13 year old
same name !! ;0
- Anonymous on Profile: Evren
Wow, that's what I was looking for, what a information! present here at this website, thanks admin of this site.
- New Kickass Torrents on Beautiful Nowhere
Hey, so I've been wondering, should I come out as agender and pan-romantic to my strictly transphobic and homophobic? They seem to think that I'm a straight female, but I know what I am. I'm sure that they suspect that I'm bisexual (I'm not) because of me wanting to cut my hair short and wear by clothing. They also suspect that I want to be a boy (I don't) and they keep telling me things like "You're my beautiful daughter!" or "Boys would be lucky to have you!" I also have two sisters. One is my twin. (Let's call her Stacy for legal reasons!) Stacy is strictly against the LGBTQA+ and anything promoting it. She even stopped talking to our newly out of the closet Gay friend because she didn't want to be "associated with people wanting to go to hell". My other sister is three years younger than us (Let's call her Bree!) and she seems to understand me better than anyone else. She and I have nice conversations on what gender and sexuality mean to us. Bree is nicer to me than my parents. Lately, I've been considering another attempt on my life (I might be 13, but I also suffer from PTSD) and I've also considered running away from home. I came to Genderfork looking for advice, so please? I've been feeling like a failure and a screw up and I don't know how much longer I can wait to come out!
- Aster on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
Hey, don't you worry about what other people think! Your Trans friend being so supportive is a sign that (s)he is a true friend. The other friends that say that you're going to hell, just remember this; Galatians 3:28; "There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus." It means that the only reason you'd go to hell is some other religious thing. Your parents, on the other hand, may be a different story. Being genderfluid is NOT made up and you should be proud to be you! People see us as "mess-ups" and "failures", but we are different, yes, but in our own way. You, Anon, are a genderfluid, unique, creative and loved human being. Don't you forget it! - Kiddo
- Agender_Kiddo on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
My parents say similar things and it does hurt. Just remember that people care and love you and will accept you no matter what gender you identify (or don't) as. If they are discriminating you, then wait until you're a legal adult (18) to bring the topic back up. My advice may be hard to follow, but trust me friend, it will me worth the wait. A friend once told me; "You cannot give up just yet, Stay Determined!" You are perfect just the way you are!
- Agender_Kiddo on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
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- BestCathy on The Bugis' Five Genders
I came out to my mom as genderfluid back in October. Tomorrow I am having a sleepover with one of my new friends. He happens to be trans... I was hoping that my mom just wouldn't figure it out..because she's had not so positive reactions with my friend choices in the past. She finally pieces the puzzle together today and she started getting really upset at me and telling me that I shouldn't let them make me think that I am anything but a girl...all of my friends have super supportive moms but mine calls the LGBT community and epidemic... i can't stop crying and it hurts so much... worst of all I feel super guilty... I don't know if my mom will ever come around to understand that everyone had their own individual identities... and that's it's not because of the people they are around. Help.
- Anonymous on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
this is 3 years after the fact but I just want to know if everyhting okay... I know exactly what this is like and I am so sorry... Are you okay?
- Dakota on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
How about: Dear patron Dear supporter (of the xyz high school) Good day
- Anonymous on Question: Alternatives to "Sir" and "ma'am"
Hi, you might be Abrosexual! http://sexuality.wikia.com/wiki/Abrosexual
- G. on Find Out Myself
Mine leg hair is similar. White/ blond to the knees, black below. I shave b/c I am on a swim team but whatever works for you. :)
- Alix on Question: Patchy Leg Hair
Oh my gosh, Al, you are so awesome. <3 I love to see other nonbinary Christian folks. Let's be bff's! My instagram is @a.j.is.my.name. I am a transmasc nonbinary dude, who is also morally conservative and Christian. x3 I didn't see an Insta for you, but if you poke me, I'll gladly follow you!
- AJ on Profile: Al or Alison
you are so right, the neglect is what hurts the most
- adam on Profile: Mish
Quality posts is the secret to attract the viewers to go to see the website, that's what this website is providing.
- industrial chemical suppliers on Question: Patchy Leg Hair
Aww... Guys!! I am so glad that I found a website where I can truly be who I am. I can definitely wait. Ari, never feel like you are not good enough. I am only 13 but have already gone down that road- it basically it a highway to depression. Hugs EVERYONE!! thx for this amazing site.
- Alix/Anna on Why You (Maybe) Haven't Seen Your Profile...
HI Gabriel. I am Alix/ Anna. I am pretty alone right now. I am out to 1 person: my ftm trans-friend. I love Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Divergent, Hunger Games and basically just books. I am on my middle school cross-country and soccer teams. I will be friends with anyone if they are willing to accept my weirdness, sarcasm and endless book references. Hope we can be friends, Alix/Anna.
- Alix/Anna on Profile: Gabriel
really?? google can screw w/ this site to make it appear further in. and this is about being helpful, screw "original". if something works for someone else or they have experience with it then how about we just try listening to each other and taking chill pills. And, ShellyChief, have you ever heard of run-on sentences, periods or conjunctions? And btw, we really don't care- as long as it works.
- Alix/Anna on Question: Gender-neutral family names
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- ShellyChief on Question: Gender-neutral family names
I hear you, dude. Being born a girl and then identifying as a genderfluid pansexual human being is difficult for families to understand. My whole family is transphobic and fluidphobic to an extreme. I've been emotionally abused, driven out of town and left on the side of the road until I "was a girl again" (I lied to get myself out of that situation) and now I'm scared to bring up the topic. My parents think I'm a straight girl, but recent events have left me knowing that I'm pansexual. I've been, very sadly, just friends with this one boy for a while and now I'm also crushing on my best friend, who's a girl. While my situation is different than yours, just remember that you are perfect. Also remember to surround yourself with friends who actually understand you. My friends call me by my respective pronouns (Ge, Gim, Gier ((Ge-ar)), They, Them, Their) and they respect that even though I'm in Girl Classes at school, I'm not a girl. My only problem is my biological family. I came out as pansexual today to my twin sister and she didn't know what it meant. I didn't bother explaining as she was the one who slapped me in the face when I first came out as genderfluid. And because me parents are very religious and thinking that you HAVE to date the opposite gender, I can't tell them yet. While I'm not giving direct advice, hopefully my story gives you some ideas on how to come out better. I'm also open for advice if you guys have any!
- Agender_Kiddo on Coming Out
Oof, this is a tough situation. My parents, when I came out to them, began asking tough questions that I didn't have the answers to, but they do love you. If your parents are forcing you to be feminine, then try to pack masculine clothing in a bag and change out of feminine clothing. Why this may not be a solution to your problem, it will ease the pain. Try to gather as much information as possible and then have a heart to heart (to heart?) conversation with them. If that doesn't and/or the situation gets worse, try to contact a friend and stay at their house. If you don't have anywhere to go, just try to persevere and remember, Galatians 3:28 – “There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”
- Agender_Kiddo on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
As a minor, I'm not sure how to deal with spouses, but try to ask her this, "If you had a close friend that was Genderfluid, what would you do?" The question can tell you if it's ok to open up to her and if your relationship will remain intact. Again, this is just a recommendation and remember, Galatians 3:28 – “There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”
- Agender_Kiddo on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
My parents hated it when I got a pixie cut, it took my MONTHS to get them to cut it, but they called me a selfish little GIRL when I said that I wanted to wear a tuxedo to my friend's grandpa's funeral and in the end, I had to wear a stupid dress. Parents, especialy fluiphobic and transphobic parents, will be stubborn and won't understand, so just wait it out and remember, Galatians 3:28 – “There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”
- Agender_Kiddo on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
Wow, that's tough. I recommend telling your Dad. If he's trying to get gender-neutral bathrooms, then he may be more understanding. My parents used to think that I was a lesbian because I cut my hair short and that I kept inviting my friends that were girls over to our house, but I honestly was straight. I'm not straight anymore, I'm pansexual, but that's besides the point. If your parents are confused, try to find a youtube video that explains genderfluid people and fingers crossed that they understand! I hope this helped in someway!
- Agender_Kiddo on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
I may not have the most sage advice for you C, but in my situation, I told my LGBTQA+ friends and they seemed to understand, but my parents actually drove me out of town and left me for the night, saying that if they came back, I had to be a girl. That has nothing to do with your situation, but if your father says that he hates Genderfluid people, then wait to tell him. If you're 14, try waiting unill you're in High School, you know 16, 17, 18 years old. It's a long wait, but trust me, my friend, the wait is worth it.
- Agender_Kiddo on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
LOVE IT!! And i like your idea of getting rid of gender rules and words altogether.
- Alix on Question: Alternatives to "Sir" and "ma'am"
Look, for me, i chose to "call" myself genderqueer b/c it can mean what i need it to. Fluid, agender, nonbinary,ect.
- Alix on Question: Female Genderqueer
Agender kiddo- If your parents give you BS about God only making two genders then tell them that God doesn't make mistakes so you are perfectly fine.
- Alix on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
Hey Jaden. I am gender queer and I get a lot of questions and crap like that at school if I dress masc. as well. if someone says "that is a guys top" or whatever just say " I wasn't aware my clothing had a gender." just be confident, sassy, or whatever works for you. people in general just need to let go of their stereotypes of gender. and btw those stereotypes are what makes people judge us on a daily basis. GOOD LUCK and I hope this helps
- Alix on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
That describes me as well. I'm not sure about the OP, but I am AMAB. AAA.
- Amerigo on Aromantic Asexual Agender
Don't be afraid of what others think! If your friends judge you for this decision, get new friends. Being gender fluid is YOUR decision and YOUR decision alone! So, go out and be yourself!
- Agender_Kiddo on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
As a person who used to fear judgement, all I can say for you, my friend, is be yourself. If you want to paint your nails, do it. If you want to play football, do it. Even if people look at you funny, just remember that you are an amazing and unique human being. Your true friends won't judge you for it and those are the people you'll want to be around. Hope this helped!
- Agender_Kiddo on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
Hey everyone! I'm genderfluid, or at least I'm pretty sure. The past month or so, I really wanted to paint my nails, I always stop myself. I think the thing that stops me is that I'm scared of being judged for it at school and in my family. I don't think others will take my identity seriously if I paint my nails.I know that it's something small and probably silly, but for the first time in a few years I really care about what other people think. It's the weekend, and I will be spending time around really supportive people, so I've decided to paint them. I don't think I'll have nail polish on near my mom or at school yet, not until i stop worrying. Can anybody help me get over being afraid of judgement? Thanks.
- Anonymous on Question: Coming out as gender fluid
hey! I couldn't ummm figure out how to ska question so im doing I in the comments if you have any opinion can you please say so....I'm FtM but am still "female" as such but was wondering about binding i'm 11. and my mum believes its this whole massive step... for her. when in fact I get that its quite big for her to be told her daughter is a boy! but I think she could get me a binder I've promised for the first few months I will wear it twice or 3 times a week max then slowly go to max 5/6 days a week anyway what are your thoughts on 11 year olds binding or is it too young to know your gender/sex,i don't think it is and if ur trans (,non-binary,a-gender,gender-fluid,bi-gender etc) then you know what I mean when I say "you know you are not in the correct body". Thanks! ? edit: my sister wrote this (and I gave her permission) but I'm 15 and would like to see the answers so I can find out and help her with ?his? transition!
- ash on Question: Binder for 13 year old

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