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Anonymous asked - "Do you have any siblings?"

Two younger brothers and a younger sister. 

hirxeth:

Afraid + Vincent Van Gogh

At first i read it as like an inspirational quote. As though the speaker was facing a challenge and realizing every challenge before had made them scared, too. But that prob isn’t the context.

Anonymous asked - "Thanks for the advice. I'm gonna tell my girlfriend tonight. Just one more question. Do you have any advice about what to say or how to bring it up. I'm terrible at talking about things."

I always do it really casually. Just, I’m a guy. But, of course, it’s a little different with people who we are intimate with.

The way I told my family was something along the lines of: Hey I need to tell you something important. So, I’m transgender. Transgender means that I don’t identify with my body or with how I was previously perceived socially. Although everyone knows me as x gender, I actually identify as a man. I’ve thought about this for a long time and it really makes sense to me. I feel more comfortable with male pronouns and, eventually, I want to change my legal name. I really care about you and that’s why I’m telling you all of this. I was hoping, because I’m taking a risk at being so honest with you, you would work on using different pronouns for me and respect what I’ve told you. I know this changes a lot of things and I know that it will take a while to get used to, but this is what I need to do to be happy with my life and comfortable in my body.

Anonymous asked - "I'm 15 and trans but not out yet I wanna tell my parents I wanna go to a gender therapist but I recently had a physical and asked how much longer I had to grow he said a year maybe two. If I start T( do you think I will be able to start T since I'm a minor) I will grow"

Starting hormones while underage depends on your parents consenting and on whatever gender therapist/endo you go through. I couldn’t tell you because it’s done differently all over the country. Some people need a certain number of therapist visits and some people have access to informed consent clinics.
It’s probably entirely possible that you will grow a little more with hormones than without but you’ll need to go through your doctor to get an actual answer. I’m not a medical professional and I don’t want to say the wrong thing.

notglassy:

ok

uh ok