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Offline EzriaDaniels

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Questioning my gender
« on: April 01, 2018, 07:33:26 pm »
Hi, My name is ezria and I'm FTM transgender. I've been on T for 5 months now & the past week I'm starting to question my gender. Any advice?

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Re: Questioning my gender
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2018, 07:41:36 pm »
Hi Ezria!  Welcome to Susan’s Place!  I’m Jessica.
Questioning our gender is what got most of us here.  While no one can give you your own personal answer to your question, through therapy you can discover who you are.  Some like myself find the gender question to be a fluid reality that has no fixed point.  Hopefully you can gain some insight from the experiences of the many that are here.

I see your new here, so I’ll post some links that may help you get better acquainted with the site. Pay attention to the site rules they can be of great help and don’t forget the link highlighted red.  It has answers to questions that are commonly asked.  Then join in on a topic you find interesting and learn and share.

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Re: Questioning my gender
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2018, 07:51:13 pm »
I believe we all Question sometime in the transition ftm or mtf. It is an emotional and stressful time. Was there a trigger or just a gut feeling. Take it one day at a time and if your not talking to someone already it may be good for you to look into counseling. You can talk to a trusted friend or family member etc. Just talking and listening can open your eyes to your true feelings. Give it time it is a long and slow process with ups and downs.
December 2015 noticed strange feelings moving in
December 2016 started to understand what my body has been telling me all my life, started wearing a bra for comfort full time
Spiro and dutastricide 2017
Mid year 2017 Started dressing and going out shopping etc by myself
October T 14.8 / 456
Came out to my wife in December 2017
January 2018 dressing androgenes and still have face hair
Feb 2018 Dressing full time in female clothing out at work and to friends and family, clean shaven and make up
Living full time March 1 2018
March T 7.4 / 236
April 19th eligard injection, no more Testosterone
June 19th a brand new freshly trained HRT and transgender care doctor for me. Only a one day waiting list to become her patient 😍

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Offline MadisonJoan

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Re: Questioning my gender
« Reply #3 on: January 05, 2019, 07:40:39 pm »
I've been in the questioning phase right now.  I feel like I've "struck out" as a male and am exploring the possibility of transitioning.  I actually believe I might even be better off feminine instead of letting toxic masculinity give me homicidal and suicidal thoughts. 

Call me Madison.
Wait'll they get a load of me!

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Re: Questioning my gender
« Reply #4 on: January 06, 2019, 02:55:46 am »
I've been in the questioning phase right now.  I feel like I've "struck out" as a male and am exploring the possibility of transitioning.  I actually believe I might even be better off feminine instead of letting toxic masculinity give me homicidal and suicidal thoughts. 

Call me Madison.
Toxic masculinity that gives you horrible thoughts?
Do you not want to be masculine or is it guys around you that treat you terrible?

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Re: Questioning my gender
« Reply #5 on: January 06, 2019, 08:18:58 am »
I feel like I've failed to be masculine.  Besides, I feel like women are more positive than men are.  Patriarchy always makes men and women feel inadequate.
Wait'll they get a load of me!

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