After I (17 Bi M) figured out I was Bi I started looking at the people around me and I got the vibe that some of them are lgbtq. After asking all the people I suspected it turned out they they all were ether Bi or Pan.
It would be a coincidence but it was like 5 people.
she was supportive the one thing I could remember from that stressful experience is she said that I could reject twice the amount of people
It’s he/him and she/her and not he/him and she/shim
Change my mind
This is not home, this is hell. I'm not even angry about the pizza part I can buy it. (I don't have any problem with financial sport but emotionally? That's another story) They always ignore me at everything they do, that's what hurts the most.
It’ll be interesting cause those who know will know and those who don’t won’t
I [M17] have a crush on a guy in my school. He already made clear that he's not straight (bi) but I don't know if that was meant as a hint or something (well, I hope it is). I'm not out but I thought about sending him a meme from this subreddit, on WhatsApp so he knows that I'm bi too. What do you think? I also thought about maybe starting a Minecraft world together, so we can talk not only in school, because I don't see him there as often. This is the first time I'm doing something like this (never had a relationship, kiss or something) I'm really shy btw.
Hellu, i have been going through quite the development recently, if i do say so myself. In the last ~10 or so months i have been not just figuring out that I am actually bi, i have been question my gender itself. For the last 18 years of my life I have been living as a man, whilst i do not perfectly fit the stereotype i have not thought of myself as being anything else. On my 18th birthday though, things changed. My girlfriend has gifted me a skirt after i expressed my desire to try them out because, well why not. I have been wearing skirts and "girlish clothes" throughout the year now and I really enjoy it, additionally i have been getting more and more comfortable with the idea of me actually being a girl. The only serious problem i am facing now is the fact that i am basically speedrunning my trans development, i am fairly certain that such development takes longer than 10 months or so, so i decided to (likely) not take any serious measures towards the goal of being a woman (eg. Social/medical transition etc.) but, i am worried that my "time will run out" and, if i decide to transition in the future, i wont be able to do it anymore.
After the wall of text now the question:
Is there a certain age in wich you cannot medically transition anymore (eg. using HRT) additional what are the "steps" before you are even allowed to be prescribed hormones (i heard that one needs to be in therapie for at least 1 year, but i am unsure)?
(I am a European, if that is of importance due to the last question)
Thats all, thank you :)