Its a combination though. Of both their opinion and mine. If other people don't see me as feminine or a girl, then I won't see myself that way either. Its a double edged sword for me.
But its also not to mention that my gender dysphoria isn't so powerful as to want to spend the thousands of dollars to actually change. Not to mention the year of living as a girl? I can barely make it through a year as it is.
I'm not going for pity points, its just that right now, its not on my priorities.
there are ways around that. on the days you feel like you want to be a woman, dress that way. wear make-up and all of that. It's pretty easy. Promise. Like. what do you look like nowadays?
My hair is a lot longer now. I've lost a bit of muscle mass as well.
I honestly don't think it would be that hard. I wish you probably didn't live far. :Because i could totally fuuckin' do this.
I live in ohio.
that's still far3; sadly i'm carless. When you're in school and working and live outside your parents who don't help with things, getting a car is hard. 3; jus saying. BuT FOR REAL.