Hi there. I'm Max. I am a trans man (ftm). When I was younger I noticed something was different about me. I never really felt like a "normal girl " that family and other people had saw in me. It took me years to realize who and what I am. I am still learning about myself. Even to this day I suffer from being miss-gendered. I have been bullied for being trans man. People I live with call me "she/her" which I don't like but I do say I don't like it they're words was: "you are a girl. You have breast." No matter if I tell someone I'm transgender or if I say I don't like them calling me "she/her" when I'm not, because of this society, having parts are apparently everything or being born male. I've always wanted to get surgery and hormones anyway. But its like no matter how much or many times you tell the same person, as well as most people, they never accept you for who and what you are. I honestly think looks and or parts shouldn't matter. I say I don't care if you don't accept me but at least respect me if you want me to respect you calling me something I don't identify as is really upsetting. I'm not good with my words. Thank you so much for the people who reads and tries to understand my story. Transgender meaning: denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender does not correspond with their birth sex.
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