I don't know whether or not this should be advice or discussion but I figured most people just read the discussions. ANYWAY I found out I am a lesbian three years ago, when I was thirteen. I just told my mom a few months ago and I am now coming to terms with trying to tell people. Here is my current situation, while trying to come to terms with it and paying more attention to who I am so I can be absolutely confident in myself, I realized that being a lesbian may not exactly be me. But I am stuck in between a rock and a hard place because I like, scratch that, LOVE being a lesbian and I am comfortable with that, but I also have dreams and stuff that I wake up in the morning and I have the lower anatomy of a male, and then I am so happy and releived like, I don't really know how to explain it which is probably the toughest part with me trying to come to terms with who I am. I really need help, it's not like I feel trapped, you know? But it's like a feeling that life would be so much better, and I would be so much happier, and....I don't know how to explain it. I don't want someone to tell me whether I am or not, I just want people's opinions and advice on what to do. Is it possible to be partial transgender? or maybe it has something to do with my split personality? Here is another problem with it too, I have a cousin, a guy who is transgender, he dresses and acts like a girl, he was my best friend, but when I told my parents that I am a lesbian that is the first thing they said, "as long as you don't end up like Josh, we're fine." So I don't have any one to talk to about this. I am just venting partially and explaining myself. Please if you read this I beg of you to write something...
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