Morgan. Seventeen. Australian. Transgender. This is just were I'm dumping all my thoughts and emotions about being trans, and a little bit about my sexuality. It's probably going to be quite back and forth seeing as I'm really still coming to terms with this, and this being who I am. It's a journey, and an uphill push. One day I'll reach the top.

 

Anonymous asked
Do you like your siblings to refer to you as their "brother" and your parents "son" ?

Yes. I’d prefer it if everyone used male pronouns for me and considered me as a guy. I have a few friends who do, my girlfriend does, and both my siblings do. My parents don’t though.

Anonymous asked
How old were you when you really knew you were trans? Were you ever feminine?

I think I always knew, I just didn’t know that such a thing existed til last year.

And yeah, I was. I guess I still am quite femme.

Anonymous asked
I have so much respect for you. I am struggling with the fact that I find girls as well as guys attractive, and it really freaks me out, I know it shouldn't, but it does. I cant imagine that I will tell anyone about this, and if I did, I would be so terrified about what other people would think and how my friends and family would think of me.
I cant imagine how hard it must be for you, realising something as big as a different gender, and then being so open with it. You cannot comprehend the amount of respect I have for you for being so amazing and open and brave and just being exactly who you are.
I think you are an astounding person, and I wish you all the best luck and happiness for the future.

Ohmygod. I realise this was probably sent ages ago, because I don’t really use this blog anymore, but thank you. This made my night.

Mum just something really disrespectful regarding me being trans, and then tried to play it off as a “light hearted joke”

If it were anyone else I would have knocked them out.

I get that it’s hard for her, but it’s harder for me.

Being trans is really serious for me, and where I am with it and in my life it’s not something you can joke about to me.

Mum doesn’t get that I wear my hair short because it looks less feminine. She said to me the other days “I lot of gay girls wear their hair long, you know”.

She acts like she doesn’t know I’m trans. There’s no respect from her.

Any progression in my life with this trans stuff has gone completely stagnant. Maybe even backwards.

I mean, mum practically ignores it again. Dad never acknowledged it anyway.

thebeastwithinx-deactivated2011 asked
I think you're very brave and I've always said it doesn't matter who you are, where you come from or what life has made you feel like you are human and deserve to be treat like one. Hell! We all have our own issues, so who am I to judge you? I think it's great you have a certain degree of support; and your girlfriend obviously loves you for who you are. So peace out and keep being who you are and want to be! Because people who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind <3

Thank you so very much. It really means a lot to me.

Getting called a lesbian really annoys me.

I can’t wait for the day when I can go on T.