Trans/Genderqueer/Anything Outside of the Normal Gender Binary?

Discussion in 'Family, Friends and Relationships' started by prophetbirds, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. prophetbirds

    prophetbirds Well-Known Member

    Just wanted to see if there are any other people like me on here, and feel free to move this to a different section. I myself identify as an androgynous genderqueer, but how about everyone else?
    And a second question kind of out of the blue, but does anyone have a good support website for trans/non gender-binary people? I've been looking around for one, but most of them are either inactive or unhelpful.
  2. panoply

    panoply Banned Member

    I consider myself pan-sexual. I fuck whomever I'm attracted to, regardless of gender identity or sex.
  3. Romancer

    Romancer Well-Known Member

    i think that nobody is strictly male or female, so we're all queer in a way. as for me, i'm still in the process of discovering it.
    *pokes* you're more than welcome to message me ;)
  4. HakunaMatata

    HakunaMatata Well-Known Member
  5. prophetbirds

    prophetbirds Well-Known Member

  6. SashaJade

    SashaJade Well-Known Member

    Im transgendered... Female to male and I consider myself to be pansexual.

    Id suggest Lauras Playground. Just type it into google :)
  7. roksy

    roksy Well-Known Member

    I am confused but I believe that I am female born in the wrong body. I consider myself as an androphile.
  8. prophetbirds

    prophetbirds Well-Known Member

    Has anyone who identifies as FTM/MTF/anything of that sort actually taken steps to get surgery? I've been thinking about getting a top surgery (I was born in a female body), but right now it costs way too much.

    And thank you all for the links! They've been wonderful.
  9. ~Jaded~

    ~Jaded~ Active Member

    I am technically male, but I have never felt comfortable with my gender. I've been a cross dresser since I was young and I am considering HRT to transition to the correct body for my mind, I think it would make me much happier. I am right at the beginning of this process though, I'm still quite confused and at times even a little scared. I'm hoeing that I might be able to get some questions answered, if anyone else has been through this, I would really value and appreciate your help. I don't want to hijack this thread though, so I've made my own one here:

    Thanks everyone *hugs*
  10. SashaJade

    SashaJade Well-Known Member

    I'm in the process of waiting for a referal to a gender specialist so that I can start HRT and eventually have surgery. Its a long process - i've got about 10 months to go until my psych will perform the referral but it is going to be so worth the wait.
  11. Urza

    Urza Active Member

    I believe in past lives and in my last one I was female and I was murdered after I've had a taste of what it means to be a woman but not before fully experiencing it.

    So I identify myself as being at least partially female and actually for a few years now I play browser games online and I've chosen either feminine or gender neutral names and played myself as female.

    I haven't gone so far as cross-dressing though if I had the opportunity I would paint my nails though I think that's as far as I would go.

  12. prophetbirds

    prophetbirds Well-Known Member

    When did you all first start considering that you might not be the gender you were assigned?
    I'm pretty young right now (14), and many consider it strange that I've made these choices, but I'm absolutely sure that this is not a phase.
  13. truthhurts

    truthhurts Well-Known Member

    Personally, I am a 20-year-old pansexual but still not fully sure of my gender identity. I am biologically female and I don't want to be a guy per se but I have dysphoria about my upper body, namely my chest. I don't hate breasts in general [meaning on other people], but I feel they don't suit my body as a whole and that I would feel a lot better with a flat [not to say 'male'] chest. Some time ago I thought I might be trans, but I don't really know anymore. Guess it's a long process.