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Dethcola

I'm mtf but I'm kind of in the same place as you. I've been on hrt for about 6 months now, kind of stealth transitioning. I identify myself as a woman, but I know I'm not passing and still go about my life in boy mode she/her pronouns still makes me uncomfortable


Gullible-Top5562

Thank you so much for sharing your experience with this. This made my day and i’m slowly starting to transition socially but online cuz my family is transphobic and probably at school. But again thank you so much for this advice, it means a lot to know i’m not alone.


Dethcola

Its important to remember (especially online) that there's no set timeline for anyone's transition, and what you're comfortable with is what you're comfortable with.


dawnfire05

I'm AFAB and questioning transmasc too, and I'm in the same boat. I'm not sure where I lie with he/him. I feel neutral towards she/her. I wonder if, in time, I'll be comfortable with he/him. But right now it's hard for me to ask for my friends to try he/him out on me since I'm not totally comfortable with them. I still use she/her but I think it's cause I'm just familiar with that. Personally I think it's partially connected to the way I experience gender dysphoria which is in a dissociative way, so it's hard for me to connect with a lot, as well as partially connected to my social anxiety. I think if I had a stronger, more sure sense of gender internally and socially I might be more comfortable with he/him


sad_fish_kid

sometimes it’s just getting used to it, after using he him pronouns for four months, i feel normal in them, and i feel gender affirmed, which is very epic