I’m trusting people who follow me on this account. I’m trusting you to keep this account seperate from my cosplay accounts, because my tumblr is not a cosplay account. It is a personal account that I have made public in faith that people will be respectful.
I have an internet alias, twinfools, for a reason. I don’t mind people knowing my first or middle name, but keep in mind that my close friends refer to me as “twin” or “twinfools” in online public posts. It’s just a curtosy thing.
If I see cirtain information being spread around for the sake of it, I’ll be sure to privitize things. However, until then, I’d just like to trust that people will be respectful :)
First day of school for fall semester today, and boy have I been looking forward to it. I don’t think it’s so much that I got all the classes I wanted, I think it’s more to do with the fact that I’m starting school this year as male. I was able to change my preferred name and gender in the school system. I can’t change my actual name and gender in the school system until i have the legal documents to do so, but thankfully my school has a handful of trans students enrolled, so there is a system set in place to accommodate people in my situation :). No to mention, with my voice having deepened again in the past few weeks and my body and face becoming more masculine, I’m having no problems (confidence or logistics wise) using the men’s restroom or introducing myself as male. Most, if not all, the people I meet see me as male, and when I speak they hear a male voice. Feels good man :)
My mom called me yesterday, and we had our first real talk about my transition. It was long, it was emotional, but we talked about why I feel the way I do, how it’s in no way her fault and how I’m transitioning. She’s trying to understand, but I know it’s very hard on her. I’m so proud of her for asking these questions. It may be hard for me to talk about it to her, but this has to be done. I hope that we can re-build our relationship. For a long time I’ve distanced myself and lied to my family about who I really was and how I was feeling. Now that I’ve come clean about that, I’m hoping that maybe I’ll be closer to my family than before.