Okay so I've been posting here a bit for the last few weeks...
Anyway, I'm a transgendered lesbian. (Male to Female, but interested in other girls.) And I'm 19... Well, my problem is that I live in Georgia and for anyone familiar with the state, it's completely homophobic!! So, I have a hard time meeting lesbian girls my age. I go to a group of them every Tuesday, and it's cool, but I don't think they would like me because I don't have what they're looking for, right? I haven't had surgery yet. So, okay like my problem is that I think about sex and girls way too much and I feel really shitty when I do because I can't have a girlfriend so I wish I'd stop having sexual desire until I get fixed downstairs and I get my voice right so that I fit in... >_>
Posts: 25 | From: Atlanta | Registered: Oct 2007
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You can totally have a girlfriend! I know plenty of friends who are in transition, Male to Female and have found women who were into them as a person not them as a gender and therefor it was no big deal that they were in transition.
You just have to open your eyes and look around, And I now sometimes its like you want someone right now but believe me the time will come and the right person will show up who wont care that you are in transition and will just want to be with YOU as a person.
And as for trying to find people who may be looking for a relationship, I know Atlanta has some really good LGBTQ clubs that are 18 and over so maybe you should check some of those out. And yeah Georgia is very homophobic but there are spots that are not. And there is a pretty damn good gay community in Atlanta. So just keep your hopes up!
Posts: 154 | From: Seattle, WA | Registered: Jan 2007
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