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what would you do gender dysphoria

Postby tizzler » Tue May 20, 2008 9:32 am

how should i start this i had a great time at school as a child but home time with my mother was a different matter you see she had me dress in a girls school uniform most times i came home from school or what she prefered to see me which may be i should be pleased about what she did what with having gender dysphoria now even more knew something like that was wrong felt more girl like age 3 been on hormone changes since early 90's but they hav'nt changed me much just like a packet of smarties would'nt that now how i feel about my self dose affect my interacting.
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Postby Bel Bel » Tue May 20, 2008 10:03 am

I think from your post you are trying to say you want to dress as a woman.
But are you also saying you want to be a female?
Have you had conselling for the fact you were dressed as a girl when your were younger because this may have confused you.
If you really want to dress as a woman and your doing it in your home I don't see why it is anyone elses business but yours
If you wnat to become a female you should start by talking to a doctor who can send you to speak to a specialist in gender reassignment
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Postby miaow » Tue May 20, 2008 4:07 pm

Yes agree with bel bel, question is do you want to be female or simply just dress in women's clothing? They are 2 completely separate things and until you know the answer to the question its a bit hard to know what to do next.

Plenty of men dress in women's clothes - albeit behind closed doors - there is even an actor on hollyoaks who does it (his character i mean).

If it's more you WANT TO BE A WOMAN then yep agree with above, you need to see your gp and find out what the steps to doing this are.

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Postby all_apologies » Tue May 20, 2008 6:33 pm

What exactly are you looking for advice on here? I read your post earlier and you seem to have removed a lot of information from it since. Could you elaborate?

Making a person dress in clothes intended for the opposite sex is unlikely to make them gender dysphoric. Most trans people feel that it's something innate and uncontrollable rather than the result of their environment. Did you feel confused about your gender as a child? Do you intend to act upon it now?
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