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Hammertime

Hello, all. 
 

I’m a 22 year old pre-everything female (amab) looking for a community of accepting people. I’m still closeted, and also sure no one in my family would accept me if I came-out. 
 

Though I’d rather not use my legal name, I hope to get to know some of you, as well as use this site as a resource for whatever questions I have trouble finding the answers to.

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Carolyn Marie

Welcome to Trans Pulse, hon.  I'm glad you found us, because I think we can be a friendly, useful, supportive place to hang out, learn and ask questions.  Please look around the forums and contribute as much or as little to the conversations as you wish.

 

HUGS

 

Carolyn Marie

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Dinaki

Hello and welcome @Hammertime, I am please to meet you friend!

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Cyndee

Welcome Hammertime to Trans Pulse :)

 

I hope you find our forums useful and enjoyable.

 

Have a look around, and join in the conversations at your leisure. Start your own topic or blog, answer others as the mood strikes...

 

Hugs,

 

Cyndee

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KayC
4 hours ago, Hammertime said:

looking for a community of accepting people. I’m still closeted

Hi Hammertime! Welcome and nice to meet you.

There's many of us here just like you.  So, you've found a safe place to ask questions, and share experiences. 

 

Take your time, but looking forward to hearing from you in the future❣️

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Susan R

Welcome @Hammertime. I’m glad you found us. It’s nice to see another Washingtonian in the group. With a little hard work (emphasis on ‘little’), you’ll likely find many of the answers you're looking for and even make a few friends along the way.

 

If you feel comfortable doing so, maybe share with us a little about yourself and your journey here. I’m sure many would be interested.

 

Warmest Regards,

Susan R🌷

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Timber Wolf

Hi Hammertime,

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

 

Lots of love,

Timber Wolf 🐾

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Carrie

Hi Hammertime,

Welcome to Trans pulse. Hope you find many answers and make new friends.

Hugs

Carrie

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SaraAW

Welcome Hammertime! I've found this place to be such a welcoming and lovely place over the time I've been here. I hope you will too. Have a great day! Hugs!

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Hammertime

Thank you so much for all your kind welcomes!! I hope to get to know at least some of you better, if not all of you. 

On 7/2/2020 at 9:30 PM, Susan R said:

If you feel comfortable doing so, maybe share with us a little about yourself and your journey here.


Well there’s not really much to say... I like music and drama? That’s about it. :P

 

As for my journey here, I guess it started with both a weird desire to be and dress as the opposite gender as my AGAB, and euphoric feelings I get when dressing in female clothes. Eventually I started looking more into the transgender identity. I really wanted to interact with a community of trans-accepting people, which led me to this forum. 

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SaraAW

Well you’ll find there are lots of us who like music here. There’s a board dedicated to it. 
 

You’ve definitely come to a good place to find trans acceptance. Lots of us a fairly comfortable sharing our stories and answering questions, so browse around and don’t hesitate to ask your questions. 

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