My Story So FarI'm 19 and it's been four or five months now since I accepted that I was really a girl. I went to a psychologist and found out that the national GID-clinic in Norway, where I live, has a monopoly on treatment of transsexuals, and that the clinic refused to even talk to me for at least two years, because they thought I might change my mind. Part of the reasoning was that I was bisexual, which is apparently "very rare" among transsexuals. This really depressed me and I came pretty close to killing myself after a while. I did, however, meet a guy online who fell in love with me and I with him just before I was about to give up, and not long after we met another guy whom both of us fell in love with and who fell in love with both of us, so now we're in a polyamorous relationship. They live in America and I still live in Norway, but they both knew the truth about me before we became romantically involved and they both accept and support me 100%. We've already been talking about me visiting them in America or they visiting me here. I know that as long as I have my two lovers, I'll make it through the wait for treatment and survive this.
Sarah9319 18-21, F 0 Mar 20, 2012