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Some of you might not know what a transgender is or why people change to become a transgender. I grew up with all girls.
It was just me, my mom and my two sisters. I never had a father, nor a father figure in my life, which is kind of weird because most people would think that since I grew up with only girls, then I would most likely stay a girl. But honestly Boy to girl transformation story has nothing to do with that at all. Gender dysphoria is a disorder where individuals experience discomfort with their biological sex; the individual was born as a male or female but identifies as the opposite sex. When I was little, I always felt like a boy. I would never wear dresses, never played with dolls, I was always trying to act tough and be a boy.
While I was doing those things, my mom and sisters just thought I was a tomboy and that I was just going through a phase. I kind of just did my own thing and just wore some big sweats with a big hoodie. But up until middle school, in sixth grade, I was already getting shhh about what I wore, how I acted, the way I walked. So I started to try to change into a girl, which is my ased biological sex at birth.
However, I felt uncomfortable with myself. So I went back to my old style, a big hoodie with some sweats. So we would have to get our clothes from vouchers or just wear hand-me-downs. At a young age, I had to learn to steal from stores, learned to make money different ways.
At this time, I was around the age of 9, going onto I continued to wear what I wanted to, as mom still thought I was going through a phase. Throughout my childhood, my mom lost custody over me and my sisters a couple of times, but at the age of 10 my mom permanently lost custody over us, so we was in and out of multiple foster homes and group homes. I was always running away from my placements to see my mom and my sisters. I grew up fast and had to learn to be independent at an early age.
I was 13 years old and in the eighth grade when I decided to cut off my hair to be Boy to girl transformation story. Also, in eighth grade I was placed at a foster home in Milpitas, Calif. The foster mom enrolled me at Milpitas Middle School, which I was only there for a month.
This is because I was getting bullied every day. At first it started with the name calling, but it increased to other kids spitting on me and physically laying hands on me. It always happened in the locker rooms, bathrooms and sometimes off campus.
The locker rooms and bathrooms were the two most uncomfortable places for me. I started ditching school only three weeks in and my foster mom got that call from school asking where I was. When I got back that day, she was mad and asking me why I was ditching class. I started to tear up and got angry because she never asked how I felt or what was going on with me.
I continued going back to that school but this time I started standing up for myself. It came to the point where my sisters found out and told my social worker and I was brought to another foster home the same exact day. We live in a world full of discrimination and hate, going from homophobia to racism to transphobia and people who are sexist.
For example, if two gay guys were to get married, what difference does it make to you? Testosterone is a male hormone that biological males at birth naturally have in their bodies. This allows a female that is transitioning into a male to get some of the masculine features, such as facial hair and a deeper voice.
Testosterone also increases the sex drive in our brains and causes irritability.
Now if a biological male at birth is transitioning into a female, they would use estrogen. Estrogen is a female hormone, Biological females at birth naturally have estrogen in their bodies. This allows a male transitioning into a female to get some of the feminine features, such as a higher voice and less facial hair. Estrogen also can cause a lot of mood swings. A lot of transgender people get surgeries to fully transition to the gender that they identify with. Top surgery for a transgender man is where they take out the fat in the breast and contour a male-like chest. I currently use something called an abdominal binder, which is like a bandage that compresses my chest down.
This allows my chest to look flat. Transgender people in poverty with no sort of welfare services like medical suffer a lot. For example, I could chose to stay as a female, which is biological sex at birth. However, I would feel really uncomfortable with myself.
This is my first time sharing some of my transition story. I appreciate those who listened and hopefully got some info out of this. The Beat Withina publication of writing and art from incarcerated youth, was founded by David Inocencio in San Francisco in Weekly writing and conversation workshops are held in California, six other states and Washington, D.
Submissions and new partners are welcomed. Write to him at dinocencio thebeatwithin. The second I heard it I put it in with who I am and who I was and immediately knew. I have an older sister and always copied her. I used to wait for dresses to fit in. I remember a specific time when I was 8 I got so angry with my appearance with my grinder with God with the reason I was here that I just ripped my Mirror off the wall and punched and stomped it to smithereens. And well that makes me feel better.
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