Well, my new found friend Debbie, we are planning to go clothes shopping soon. It seems that our friendship had improved by her being a little more open about my transitioning MTF.We were sitting down eating at a restaurant, in which her brother works. He walked on over to our dinning table, and he asked me what my name is? Just when I was about to tell him my name is Rhonda, Debbie shhh at me not to say my transitioning name. "What is the problem, you don't know what your name is"? her brother questioned me, as Debbie interrupted my words again by talking over me.I don't know why she acting like this, I feel that I have a right to address my female name publicly. I plan to talk to Debbie shortly, but in the meantime what are your thoughts about this? Should I continue building my friendship with her or is she embarrassed for me to be around her?
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