30 Day Trans Challenge: Day 130 Day Trans Challenge: Day 13 years ago in Stories & Vignettes More Like This
When did you learn the term "transgender" referred to you?
That's Hannah up there.
Well, You see I grew up in a Christian house with 5 older siblings (3 sisters and 1 brother). Yes, I grew up as a little girl and never really heard the term Trans till about the age of twelve or so. During that time I knew there was something different about me compared to the other kids I played with but obviously didn't really pay much attention to it. My friends and I played "imaginary games" Where now I'd just call it poor roleplay. hah. But they always had me play the boy roles and told me that I'd make a really cool guy or that I'd be better as one. Which only furthered my confusion though I didn't think too much into it.
Once I started 6th grade I instantly became best friends with this girl named Lucy. I found her adorable, really nice, cool, and slowly found that my feelings drifted from best friend to love interest I guess. So one night when I slept over she kisse
30 Day Trans Challenge: Day 1530 Day Trans Challenge: Day 153 years ago in Stories & Vignettes More Like This
15) How have you embraced your trans identity?
This question is a bit vague, but I'll do my best.
Pretty much the biggest thing is: I've stopped fighting it. I've tried to stop wishing things were some other way, because they're not. This is the lot I got in this life and wanting it to be otherwise only makes me despair. In fact, I'm proud to say that I'm trans. I'm finally happy with myself because I am no longer afraid to stray far beyond the life styles of my peers. They all act alike and if anyone falls out of line they're usually discriminated and made fun of. I find that unfair and ridiculous. Kids should be able to go around happy with themselves- unafraid to do what makes them independent and unique.
I'm sure alot of you are aware of how 12-15 year old kids act, I know I'm overly familiar with it. In the beginning of middleschool everyone new is nervous and scared, sticking by their elementary friends- slowly getting used to the new atmosphere. Then