This was kinda hard, since my family’s so supportive and I’d like to say all of them, but I guess it has to be my oldest brother Eli. He was the first one I came out to, and also the guy who told me that it was okay for me to be trans and still like girls.
Hey, Kismet! Sorry I’m late. Here now.
I don’t understand it either. No idea where they get the idea that we’re perverts just because we want to be happy. Cisgirls get breast implants all the time, and they’re not automatically branded as deviants. Cisguys take viagra, and they’re not instantly child molesters. It’s stupid.
I guess because people always need a reason for things, and they still don’t really get it. “Why would you want change your gender?” instead of “Why would you want to change your sex?” Cispeople can empathize with the whole not feeling pretty enough or sexy enough and needing to alter. They don’t really get needing to change your body completely.
People are weird about being alone with transpeople, I think. We’re okay in public places where it’s safe, but as soon as they’re alone with us, we’re suddenly dangerous sexual offenders or something.
I’ve noticed that too I’d like to say I’m used to it but…I guess I just don’t understand it. Like, do people get that deviating from your birth sex isn’t the same as being a sexual deviant?
Right. Those poor babies, must protect their delicate sensitivities.
Of course. It would be cruel of us not to.
I mean, I doubt anyone at this school is like that. But I wouldn’t be surprised if they were.
That’d be cool. I guess it makes sense for us to room together, if nothing else. They can’t deny the logic.
Right. I mean, they should be cool with it. Spare anyone who might feel awkward about rooming with one of us.
I don’t know if anyone will be willing to live with me, but if sleeping in the same room as a transguy is okay with you…then contact me, I guess.
I’m looking too. If the school let’s guys and girls room together, I’d room with you.