Am I Transgender, Non-binary, or just a Femboy?

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Mona Pereth

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08 Mar 2023, 10:52 pm

babybird wrote:
Labels serve no other purpose than to divide people.

Labels do serve plenty of other purposes too.

Every noun and every adjective, in every language which has nouns and adjectives, is a label. Without any labels, it would be extremely difficult to have language-based communication of any kind.

Of course there can be difficulties with labels. They can sometimes be oversimplified or just plain wrong. Finding truly accurate labels for some things can be a challenge. Labels can also be used in dishonest, propagandistic ways.

But it's not feasible to avoid all labels.

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22 May 2023, 4:06 pm

BraveFig wrote:
Sometimes I think I may just be a Femboy

First and foremost, you are not "just" anything.

You are you. You will work out/realise who that is in time.

At no point should you describe yourself as "just"....

Away with the fairies.


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22 May 2023, 4:45 pm

It's ok :heart:

It's ok to not be sure. Figuring this stuff can take a long time, yes, even years.

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26 Nov 2023, 12:03 pm

I’m in practice all of these ;p

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Joined: 26 Jul 2010
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26 Nov 2023, 3:03 pm

I consider myself transgender because I have the speaking voice and mannerisms of a woman.
With my petite hourglass body I easily pass as a woman without HRT or surgery.
My friends are OK with my transition. I transitioned in place over about five years.

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Blue Jay

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01 Dec 2023, 9:04 am

I'm a guy but I feel not like a guy at sometimes(not a girl either).
I'm physically and emotionally weak.And I'm quite an effeminate guy.
However I sometimes do the femboy thing and love it!

I'm also alternative/emo-ish/goth-ish. However my style and look isn't stereotypical. So I'm more alternative,but I love emo and goth styles.