NovvaikFeatured By OwnerMar 29, 2013Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's entirely up to you, and it would be great for the community because not a lot of people understand us, but I won't tell you to do it because I certainly wouldn't have the balls to come out and explain something like that. I want people to know I'm trans, but more importantly, I'm a man. I'm a man first and foremost on the internet because this is the one place people can't see me and won't judge me. Aside from the people that know me personally, you're the only one here who knows I'm trans. I guess my point is, it's good to spread the word, but no one would judge you if you didn't; we all have our reasons for doing the things we do.
It's pretty hard of a decision because you can get a lot of whiplash if you do so, but that shouldn't let you down. In fact, you can help people who are conscious about it and they can learn that it isn't a bad thing at all. So, where do I stand in this? I think you should and be proud of it.
I think more insights and awareness is needed into what is mostly a taboo subject here.
I think the classic question of 'Why do you feel that you are in the wrong set of parts", and clarifying that gender≠sex. I'm also interested to hear how your asexuality weighs into all of this, if it does at all.