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I have had to during some therapy sessions and talking with my wife about things. The problem is transpeople identify as one “person” when presenting as our birth sex indicates, but identify as the “other person” when we present as our true gender. For me, I will socially transition at the end of the year, and I won’t need to do that anymore.

Some of us want to identify as their true gender before representing as that, but for me it just feels strange to be called Brielle when I’m in drab mode so I feel like I need to use third person to get my message understood.


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