kielman7 kielman7 22-25, M 1 Answer Nov 19, 2010

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I think it is your right to be who you want to be, and if you want to become a woman then that is what you choose, me myself would be supportive, abviously there are reasons for your choice, we can not judge them....i went to school with a friend...saw "him' 20 years later...but he was not a him any more..he had changed into a woman...and wow, you could not ever know he was aman at times, he was worried that I would not accept him...but i did, he explained why, and i understood, and we are still friends......

a lot of people do not understand this....they need to listen to why you want to do this, and try to accept it, it is just the out side your changing.....

good luck with your change :)

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