You don’t have to hate me. Because I am not trying to stand on any ground you claim as yours.
I don’t choose to feel the way I do, to be the person I am. My gender dysphoria has always
My name is Beth and I am a transgender woman
I’ve never accepted my birth gender. From my first memories at four years old to right now. Early on my
I don’t know how I can make things better. I don’t know how I can move forward. I really want
When I was four I knew how I felt. I still felt the same way at eight and nine. At
When I was nine years old I spent one idyllic summer in North Wales with my Mum’s friend and her
The thing that causes me to doubt if I am really transgender more than anything else is I don’t wear
If things had turned out differently I would have been born as a girl called Elizabeth (or Beth for short).
I’m really sorry if this offends anyone but I don’t want to be transgender. Maybe me saying that means I’m
Talking to my therapist about my gender issues has made me relive many moments from my life I have pushed
As I walked away from my first therapy session I felt very strange. It was liberating to tell someone out
There are two moments in my life I will always remember. When I was four I knew I felt like
Well I started therapy. My therapist is really nice. She describes herself as gender fluid. That made me feel more