Some people thought I was gay, I'm actually trans. In 9th grade I think it was pretty much a rumor. The origin being at least in part that there were girls trying to get with me, but I never made the attempt to even talk to them. In 10th grade (transferred schools), I think I was the creepy guy who stares at girls, but may actually be gay. In 11th grade (transferred high schools for the last time), somehow, the Hispanic Chad of my grade angrily asked me if I was gay shortly after meeting me. I said no, since I'm not. He still seemed upset. A girl in our year got him to chill. Weeks later he started being protective of me, in a big and little brother way. He showed me how to do squats with weights in senior year too. He looked out for my stress levels too. The paranoid part of me thinks he figured out I was transgender by the end of high school. Though we didn't talk much at all because I was not communicative with anyone. I think the general opinion of me in 11th and 12th grade was that I was a stoic manly man, but at least in the mind of one Spanish teacher, I was autistic (4chan meaning, probably). For the same reason of ignoring girls. One of them tried particularly hard in 11th grade.
So... facing this is kind of how I first ever came out. >talking to my best friend in the evening at their place >nostalgia shit, back all the way to elementary school >"Shit we changed so much" >"Dude, [laugh] when I was at your place for the first time and in like whole 3rd grade I thought you were gay or something" >"Hahhaaha... uhm actually..." >"Oh, what the fuck man... Don't tell me you are" It was ruining the moment but I knew him for more then 12 years then and it seemed like time to do it. Turned out okay.
>>5579199 >tfw you get pinged by other people's gaydar when you're pretty sure you're straight Yeah, I mostly hung out with girls instead of other boys in school, but I never showed any attraction towards males. Now I've been happily married to a bisexy woman for 8 years running, and I still ping on gaydars. WTF?
>>5581009 >Trans >Had mostly female friends >Dudes at school made fun of me and called me gay >I was like 10x popular with girls than most other dudes despite being a weird kid because I understood them better and actually enjoyed having long conversations about their emotions >Almost got too much attention from girls
Straight guys should learn to embrace their feminine side desu
There's a six sense, dude. When I was in highschool, so many people asked if I was gay before I even realized it. I should've just not gave a fuck and let some highschool qt slam my bp and then I could've fucked his, too
>>5586493 Shit can be hard to hide. I ended up putting off coming out to my mom for almost a month because when I was going to she automatically knew I was coming out as trans and it freaked me out so much that I made up some bullshit instead.
>>5586577 When I was still boymode in the closet it worked well enough for me. I'm not saying they want to date someone whose feminine but I'm pretty sure they all want to date someone who understands them, is interested in what they say, and is good as both a friend and a romantic partner.
>never had any interest in girls >never thought about girls until people started asking me why I don't have a girlfriend in highschool >turn down a couple girls every year in school that want to date me because I don't care about girls >never said I was gay but all my friends just assumed I was gay
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