I Am The Opposite End But We Still RelateI am a female who as young as 2 or 3 would refuse to wear girls clothes. I remember throwing fits, hating life and feeling like I did'nt belong. Now in my forties and seeing a therapist I finally realized still wearing guys clothes and still being teased, called names and everything and feeling alone, that I have gender issues. I am a female on the outside but a male on the inside. Its so lonely, no friends to talk to about it, I basically stay home and go no where. So I wish I had the courage you have by coming out now as a teenager and seeking help and acceptance. My hat goes off to you. If I could do it all over I would come out and say the hell with everyone and dress how I want, get a sex change and live a happy life instead a lonely, hidden life. Go for it and be happy for who you are.
trippn 46-50 6 Responses 0 Oct 31, 2009