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Tara.S

Hello ladies and gentlemen,

My name is Tara Sparks but you can call me T. if you prefer 😊

I’m 20, turning 21 in a few months. I’m not going to write a book about my life so i’ll make the story short.

Basically, i’ve been trans since the age of 6-8 when i was conscious enough about myself, others, and my feelings. It began with a crush on a boy then bullying that made me realize I wasn’t really a man as my family made me think, then a fight thst lasted my whole adolescence years with my non-supportive family, till I got here after years of research and plans.

I’d love to chat and meet you all, in hope to make friends, maybe find some special lad as well. It’s an honor to be among you all ^~^

If you have any comments or questions, my door is always open. See you all around!

 

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Mx.Drago

Hello and Welcome Tara!

Glad to have you join us. 

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Tara.S

Thank you Drago ^^

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Timber Wolf

Hi Tara,

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

 

There are some great people here. Just make sure to read the forum rules located in the "general forum" section.

 

Lots of love and a big welcome hug,

Timber Wolf 🐾

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Tara.S

Hello.

And thank you ^^

i’m happy to have found this place!

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KathrynnCox

Welcome! This seems to be a great place. You’ll do wonderful here. 

 

Hugs

Katie J.

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Carolyn Marie

Welcome to Trans Pulse, Tara.  Please look around the forums and participate as much as you want.  The more you do, the more you'll learn.  I do want to note that we're not a dating site. 

 

HUGS

 

Carolyn Marie

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Erikka

Welcome Tara,

This a great place to  connect with like minded individuals, gain information and support. I can well relate to an unsupporting family as my birth family did their best to drive the sin and confusion out of me. Glad you are here.

Hilsen fra

Erikka

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Tara.S

Thank you @KathrynnCox @Carolyn Marieand @Erikka for your warm welcome. It’s been only 24 hours andI feel I belong more than I ever will irl with my non-supportive family.

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Emily michelle

Welcome Tara it’s great to have you here. Looking forward to hearing more about you.

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KayC

Welcome Tara! and nice to meet you

You've found a great landing spot.  I think you we feel at home very quickly, so don't be shy to jump right in❣️

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