DeeAnn Hopings
Registered On: November 10, 2019
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As always, there are 2 things in play potentially:

  • Being outed
    • You lose control of the narrative
      • Whatever people will think of you (family or external) will likely be shaped by their own misinformation and prejudices
      • It is very easy to become defensive in reaction to what people say as you will always be on the back foot
      • VERY difficult to ever get in front of subsequent events
  • Out yourself
    • You control the narrative
      • You get to tell your story, your way
        • Be straightforward
        • Add sufficient detail in order to help people understand
      • People may disagree with what you tell them, but they cannot say that you were not honest
      • You have nothing to be ashamed about so don’t be forced into that corner
      • There is no “why”, just an “is”
        • We have no idea why some people are crossdressers or transgender or gay, but respectively, it is part of who we are

In case it comes up, Conversion Therapy does Not Work for trans and gay people, and I would have to assume that is true for crossdressers also.

A Reference: https://bornperfect.org/former-ex-gay-leaders/

In every one of these situations, there is always a balance to be struck. It is between living ones current life and what we may feel that we are compelled to do. Adding up all of the positive and negative factors will likely push the scale one way or the other, but it is always a unique and personal balance for each of us.

As always, conscious thought is our friend…

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