Why Transgenders have it roughOk so this is a thing that has me by the neck and i really wanted to speak out about it. Within the L (lesbian), G (gay), B (bisexual or pansexual),or T (transgender)the very last letter has for the longest time been unrepresented. I do not put this in any way of insulting the Gay-Straight alliances that occupy a lot of United States school campuses and other countries like United Kingdom and Germany and Thailand. To a degree these places give rights and accept them enough for anyone in those categories per say to live as normal a life as possible.Why Transgenders have it rough4 years ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
But here is the thing that a lot of people tend to over look because to some of the world it is even more unacceptable then being gay. People that are Transgender have a very hard time even living a normal life because all their childhood or longer, they have had to hide their true selves because they would be seen as freaks. For this article i will show you the side of the woman born as a man.
A mother is carrying a child and to the doctors
Let me be XYMy chromosomes are wrong.Let me be XY2 years ago in Emotional More Like This
My breasts are wrong.
My hips are wrong.
My space is wrong.
I am in a shell, a prison.
Trapped, glued by 'miss', 'she', 'lady', my XX
A sticky, thick mixture of feminine.
I have never been me.
Few people know who I really am.
Him. He. His.
I am Tristan, and I'm a normal boy.
I just happen to be a biological SHE.
But no one sees me, no matter how hard I try,
I want to scream out for all to hear:
Just let me be XY