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Jacob

Hey u all my name is Jacob im 17 yr old Male  i started to question my gender when i was 13 When i Tried To crossDress and then i Started To see my Female Version I loved Makeup And other Girly Thing i Never Told anyone That  but i when puberty hit me i started to Block My female Felling And Block them im looking for people with same experience Of Being MTF So Im Lookinga for comfort here so if anyone has the same problem or going through MFT HELP me Out 

With All My heart Jacob 

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Cyndee

Welcome to Trans Pulse Jacob, this is a place where you can explore yourself. Have a look around, and post away as the mood strikes ya :)

 

Hugs

 

Cyndee 

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Jacob

Thank i Really appreciate that Im Still new to this Page So i Will Take some  Time to get Use to it 

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Jackie C.

Hey Jacob! I wouldn't really call being  MtF a PROBLEM exactly, but I get how it can disrupt your life. Welcome to the family!

 

Hugs!

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Susan R

Welcome Jacob, glad you could join us. Your experiences are like mine and I’m happy you’re reaching out to others for support.  We are here to help and also to receive help.  Don’t worry, you will eventually find comfort in knowing others here have similar issues and that it is OK to be MtF.  I don’t think of it as a problem any longer.  It may start out as a problem only because society says and treats it as if it is one. Accept yourself, find allies, do research on it, get a good therapist or attend a local support group and the rest will fall into place.  Thanks for sharing some of your story. Hope to read more.

 

Warmest Regards,

Susan R🌷

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Kyler R.

Hey Jacob, welcome. I understand questioning and also hiding how you felt about gender. It's a very hard journey. I hope you'll enjoy your time here.

 

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TammyAnne

Hello and welcome Jacob. There are quite a few MTF people here, as well as those like me who are almost MTF but really just fall somewhere in the "fluid" category.

TA

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Aidan5

Hey Jacob welcome to the forum! Hope you can find the same love and support I did here!

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ShawnaLeigh

Welcome to the family!  I hope you do find the answers you seek as we all have been doing here.  This is a wonderful place to search your feelings and learn about yourself.   

You are not alone anymore!

Lots of love and support here and tons of acceptance.

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Charlize

Welcome Jacob.

Enjoy the journey.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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Timber Wolf

Hi Jacob,

Welcome to Transpulse. I'm glad you're here!

 

Lots of love and a big welcome hug,

Timber Wolf 🐾

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Jacob

Thank u guys For the support When i read the Messages I Almost Cried Of Joy That i found this forum page and ill be posting More About My story 😍 Love u all

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