“It can be confusing but there is a difference between the diagnosis of Gender Dysphoria and the feeling of gender dysphoria experienced by some trans people. […]
The feeling of gender dysphoria, what this page focusses on, could be considered through the lens of being a social condition rather than a medical issue. A condition that is exacerbated by misgendering, by barriers to affirming care, and by having assumptions made about you by others, to name a few.”
So what is that actually like? These anonymously submitted experiences illustrate the issue.
10. Embrace the void
Let people be.
9. A matter of size
People come in all shapes, after all.
8. The biological hurdles
That’s gotta be such a tough thing to wrestle with.
7. Finding the balance
As someone who used to work in a costume shop, I assure you, there are solutions available for this.
6. Let’s talk about it
Nobody should have to feel this way about intimacy.
5. The old and the new
That has gotta be a trip.
4. In a bind
Ok no disrespect but why is this the picture that was chosen here?
There are just so many layers to the challenges.
2. The shirt off my back
If I were your brother, I’d give you all of ’em and buy some more.
1. The ultimate opinion
If you’re feeling this way all the time, please do seek help. It can get better.
What a wild thing we’ve been given, these human bodies and brains. What ARE we gonna do with them?
Have you had experiences like this?
Tell us about them in the comments.