Ok, so I'm a girl, and I know I'm in the wrong body. I feel like I should've been born a boy. I have always felt this way but never did anything about it. I don't know what to do. I'm afraid to talk to my friends or family about it. What should i do?

4 Answers

Activist Profile
Activist answered
Life is like a card game. Your dealt cards. You have to play the cards your dealt. You can't make your own fate or destiny. If it really bothers you that much I suggest taking Janey's advice. But for me personally I think you shouldn't change who you are. Be true to yourself.
Izzy SouthernGirl Profile

My cousin is like that. I don't talk to her anymore though. God created you as a girl. If He wanted you to be a boy He would have made you one. Don't play God.

Storm Le Cras Profile
Storm Le Cras answered

It's okay to feel anxious about telling your friends and family because you want your friends and family to accept you for who you are. I was so nervous about my parents finding out I was bisexual. I told them, and they were really accepting and I felt so much better  It was a worry which had been erased. I think you should think about who is going to be most accepting and tell them first on their own. That way you have someone who can support you when you tell everyone else how you feel. Be true to yourself never let anyone try and change who you are!!  :)

Janey Profile
Janey answered
You should arrange to see a transgender specialist or counsellor who can help you and advise you on this issue.

Answer Question

Anonymous