For my entire life I believed I was a cishet dude.
When I was 11 and jealous of girls in my class growing hips, I believed I was a cishet dude.
Throughout my teens and ever since, as I hated my body and refused to take care of it because nothing I could do to it would make it stop being the body I hated, I believed I was a cishet dude.
When I started writing Lemma–porn from a first-person female perspective–I believed I was a cishet dude.
When I started a (since abandoned) bimboization blog where I pretended to be a young bisexual woman, I believed I was a cishet dude.
When I realized how fucked up that was, and create a more honest blog for RPing as a submissive bisexual woman, I believed I was a cishet dude.
I am not a cishet dude. I am a bisexual trans girl.
Pleased to meet you all.
The first step to true happiness is being honest with yourself.
Good luck, I wish you all the best. Congratulations on being brave enough to come out. I hope it insipres more people to be honest with themselves and be who they are, not who the world tells them to be.
Thank you so much! <3<3<3
(I’m not crying you’re crying)
Congrats and good luck to you!
Im so happy for you!
Rock on. I’m glad you’re finding yourself. Welcome to the sisterhood.
This is beautiful. Congrats to you, and the biggest hugs if you’re okay with them, Jenny. <3
So many hugs! <3
I want to cry every time someone uses my name, it makes me so happy. It’s like, Jenny. I’m Jenny. I’m Jenny and I’m a woman. I’m a woman named Jenny.
Awwww, I’m so glad it makes you feel like that.
On a particularly bad day, a friend of mine sent me a video of her calling me by my name over and over again. It was one of the sweetest and most affirming things ever.
*holds you tight* I’m proud of you, Jenny <3
*gasp* Your friend is amazing! That’s gorgeous.