My Outsides Don't Match My Insides.

Wanted to be a boy since I was 4 or 5 years old. I wanted to have a penis. When I was 11, I started growing breasts and I disliked them. I still wanted to be a boy. I dressed like a boy, complete with short hair.

As I got older, I dressed like a girl and it's "easier". But I was still a tom boy inside and walked like a guy. At the age of 14, I bought a set of dumbbells. At age 15-16, while other girls were having boyfriends, I was working out at the gym. I wanted a muscular body and 6 pack abs. Sadly, I achieved a V shaped back but not the 6 packs till I set my mind to it 15 years later.

I'm not as gentle as a girl, I'm stronger than most women and I wear men's t-shirts, shirts and underwear. But I still look like an attractive girl. I have long hair because I look better with it.

I am the strong, silent type. Like a simple, straight forward man. It irritates me so when straight men are more emotional and girly than I am.

leuba leuba
1 Response Jul 18, 2012

Hey there. I am always interested in those on the other side of the gender flip.