no but realtalk do you have any idea how maddening it is not be able to have sex the way that i feel i should be having sex. like not being able to find a partner is one thing but not having the right parts is whole other ball game
7349) Seeing male genitalia triggers my dysphoria because it reminds me of what I have (and hate) and seeing female genitalia triggers my dysphoria because it reminds me of what I want (and can’t have unless I save up a shit ton of money). It doesn’t even seem to matter what context I see genitals in, because it always has this effect. I can’t win.
I'm Liz, a 24 year-old bisexual trans girl one year on hormones, struggling with dysphoria and classes while being kept sane by friends and girlfriend. Feel free to ask me about being trans, especially if you yourself are questioning. I love to help :)