This link is great! I found it on a new follower’s page: http://trans-magnolia.tumblr.com/
After a quick skimming of it, I think I am G3:
Group Three (G3) is composed of natal males who identify as female but who act and appear normally male. We can hypothesize that prenatal androgenization was sufficient to allow these individuals to appear and act normally as males but insufficient to establish a firm male gender identity. For these female-identified males, the result is a more complicated and insidious sex/gender discontinuity. Typically, from earliest childhood these individuals suffer increasingly painful and chronic gender dysphoria. They tend to live secretive lives, often making increasingly stronger attempts to convince themselves and others that they are male.
I was totally repressed, married, capable of living a “male” life, but really, really depressed and lost. When I discovered my true self and let down the walls and barriers, what was at the bottom was a total surprise. That’s just because I was a master of hiding and dissembling and distracting people.
This is the webcomic I’m reading right now. I’m at page 396 and I do recommend it. The drawings are easy on the eye, there are no text walls and the language is easy. To follow the story is also easy, I’ve taken long breaks from the comic and forgotten it but then when I came back it all made sense again.
It’s about a transgirl - Rain, and her daily struggle to pass in school. She’s also’ve got a bunch of friends, and as you see only one of them is a cishet. For now. Over time, labels for the characters changes as the reader gets to know them better.
Omg I <3 Rain!!! :)
I wonder where people with klinefelter syndrome or xxy syndrome go to use the facilities… This is at a SCIENCE center. For the love of God… If I don’t wanna make a case against them for being blatantly transphobic, I can at least make a case against them for not including EVERYONE. WTAF?
little things that actually make a difference to general life happiness:
•drinking lots of water
•eating fresh fruit
•thinking positively about yourself and others
•washing your face twice a day
•changing your sheets once a week
•hot baths with Epsom salts
•face masks using from things in your house
•sleeping more than 7 hours per night
•reorganizing your clothes, makeup, possessions etc
•keeping your living space clean
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