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  • 05 Sep 2015
    I would appreciate some opinions on hairstyles.. I haven't come out fully as trans and as much as I'd love to just shave my head or have a realllly short hairstyle... I'm afraid of my father making comments like "You look butch" or "where's your bike" ...He just sees these as jokes and even has a gay friend, but I don't think he can handle seeing that his daughter feels like a son to him... Anyway, my question is, is a short bob hairstyle considered gender neutral? It seems like the best I can get away with for now and I don't really mind looking gender neutral even though I'd rather look like a male.
    599 Posted by Kris McKinley
  • 14 Jun 2016
    I've mentioned a few times that I come from a christian family and they are having trouble fully accepting me. In fact, from a christian POV or what my family tells me as much as I feel like I want to go FtM and get the surgery, that'd be the final nail in the coffin and would "send me to hell". In other words, if I "give in" and have sex with girls once in awhile I may be forgiven, but if I go through with the lifestyle and get the sex change, there's no way I'll be going to heaven.. So to be 100% honest I'm a bit scared to go through with this at times to say the least. Are there any christian members out there with advice? (Anyone can comment though of course). I probably should've asked this sooner, but I was nervous to be honest. I don't want to offend anyone or be seen as a coward for not living the lifestyle, but I also don't want my family to hate me. I don't believe my mom will hate or disown me, but my dad might... That's why I'm worried. 
    597 Posted by Kris McKinley
  • 21 May 2016
    It's been awhile since I've last visited this site. How's everyone doing? I finally got the balls to get my hair cut lol. This was a big deal for me because I come from a religious family and my father is always looking at girls with short hair saying remarks like "Dyke on a bike" and "Carpet Muncher" so I thought if I got my hair cut he'd get mad and say that to me. I was worried over nothing though because my family actually likes my hair. My dad did seem shocked, but didn't turn out too bad. It feels so much better having hair like this and I feel one step closer to being myself. :)
    541 Posted by Kris McKinley
  • 24 Aug 2015
    Hello, I'm Kris and this will be my first blog post. I just joined this site recently and I've been really hesitent to joining the community because I come from a religious family... I'm currently trying to figure out if I am transgender, transsexual, or if I'm just going through gender identity... I shouldn't say just because even if it is that I absolutely can't stand it! Every time I'm called a she/her, pretty/beautiful I get upset... I hate that feeling because I know it's supposed to be a compliment, but I take it as an insult. I've been fighting this since I was a kid, but it didn't become that apparent until 8th grade. Anyway, I'd love to make friends on here and (off topic a bit) if anyone here has a wattpad account, let me know. :) I love to write and I one day hope my stories can be animated. 
    537 Posted by Kris McKinley
62 views Jan 11, 2019
Trans or just Sexist?

Hello everyone, I don't know if you remember me since it's been so long lol. I'm glad to be back though! I'm still in the writing business! I'm working on some things now and my current project is about a recurring nightmare I recently had. It's about me visiting myself as a male teenager and basically, what happens is it's a parallel universe so everybody is completely different! I want to share this with the world, but the problem is... In the dream my female self and male self argue over who's life is better and who has it easier... I grew up in a very sexist household, unfortunately, but I also definitely had gender dysphoria. Since the age of 2, I tried to stand when urinating, wanted to be called "he", and even gave myself multiple UTI's from ignoring that part of my body time and time again wanting to believe I "should have a penis like dad". Still, my 2 selves arguing whose life is easier comes off as sexist it seems... Should I really share this nightmare? If I do, should I not call the character trans? I have a story in mind that includes a childhood like mine already so I really just want this story to be about the nightmare alone, but I see people commenting "This is not gender dysphoria, it's just sexism" when they see what it's about. Any advice? It feels good to be back and I don't mind skipping this piece of work if it isn't good.


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  • Gerri  Kay
    Gerri Kay Not sure I understand. Who's life is easier?
    Jan 14
  • Kris McKinley
    Kris McKinley Gerri Kay The MC is supposed to have grown up in a sexist household like I did so thinks that they would have a better/easier life as a male than a female. The MC meet themselves in the nightmare as the opposite sex and finds out they are wrong....  more
    Jan 14