Walking down the street wearing literally my only pair of men's clothing and some asshole roles down his car window and screams "Are you wearing fucking makeup bro?!" Laughs and drives away.
Wtf is this? I'm dressed as a man no makeup and my hair pulled back.
Why do people have to be so rude?
I get less shit for dressing feminine. I am still called a faggot but at least it's deserved.
Share your stories. Let's commiserate.
>walking around small town texas as a small brown trans girl with this dangling from my pocket
>eating a burger on the sidewalk
>some guy pulls up and asks me what's under my long ass sweater
>begin pulling my sweater up
>"n-no, I meant the tail"
>pull picrelated out
The South was kawaii.
When I was a complete generic dude, I got called faggot 2 or 3 times by people driving by. Someone even threw a pudding cup at me once.
When I was in androgynous mode, someone driving by shouted "Are you a man or a woman?" which surprised me because I thought I clearly looked like a dude with long hair and skinny jeans. Out of all the things that they could have said, that really wasn't that offensive at all.
Now I've been on hormones for over a year, and despite having anxiety over how well I pass, I haven't been harassed a single time, and I'm kinda afraid I'm overdue.
Well the most offensive thing was a random old man walking up to me and asking
>are you a boy or a girl?
I was in boymode and I spilled spaghetti and pretended I didn't speak english ...
>Now I've been on hormones for over a year, and despite having anxiety over how well I pass, I haven't been harassed a single time, and I'm kinda afraid I'm overdue.
it's coming. 18 months and it finally happened to me!
Idk. It's probably just my eyebrows or something.
Yeah. I think so. That's probably a part of it.
Never even called a fag?
I would love to live in CA. It's so expensive though.
I don't think you're understanding. I'm MTF. I had to wear men's clothing for a business thing.
I'm wearing slacks and a sweater and I still got shit on.
Don't be. I literally live in someone's basement because I can't afford rent. Unless you can set around 2 grand aside for rent each month, don't try Seattle. You might find a place but you'll have a ton of roommates and probably live somewhere unsafe. Tacoma's actually okay these days, though, and some parts of it are cheaper.
Portland seems cool. If all my friends weren't here I would think about it. It's cheaper than Seattle and has the same culture pretty much.
Why the fuck doesn't anyone like Bulbasaur?
He is cute as shit. I choose him every time.
The worst shit I've gotten was just angry stares.
Was eating at a fast food place and this dude just stared me down for like ten minutes. I thought it was fucking hilarious, so I burst out laughing in the middle of the place and end up looking like a crazy person. Hue
The only correct choice is Charmander.
Squirtle master-race confirmed
I'm a qt bi twinkler
>gets called a faggot sometimes
Nothing ever goes beyond that. And I live in /pol/ska, I consider myself lucky that I've never gotten beaten up.
One time an ultra-homophobic friend of mine was making fun of some other twink while we were in the bus, but after all that shit talking about him and faggots overall, he said:
>but u kris, ur cool
I was baffled.
Anyway, I think that being harrassed kind of builds your character. I've been made fun of for my faggy looks since elementary. I feel like no words can ever get to me now.
I will admit before I got into /lgbt/ I used to get russled pretty easily.
After hearing faggot/tranny/etc so often I have developed a pretty resilient attitude. I'm not crushed when I'm called a faggot or anything these days. When I post online and I'm made fun of I don't really care.
It's just annoying that douches IRL think it's funny to fuck with strangers like we're 13 playing xbone.
Your friend seems interesting. Why does he hate fags?
Why would he be nice to you if you're a qt gay?
Probably. I am pretty effeminate. I don't think I'm effeminate enough to trigger this shit when I'm butching it up.
What do boys say to you?
>about him and faggots overall, he said:
>>but u kris, ur cool
This remind me that in college i used to sit with my teacher and all my classmates in a kitchen room and make fun of faggots and a fag who was in the class.
Weeks later i heard that the teacher was asking if i was gay.
All my teachers were very homophobes.
I moved to another college.
>Be working in retail fronting shelves or something
>Hear some woman saying "ma'am" over and over
>I'm not a ma'am so I ignore it
>She keeps getting closer and saying it more loudly
>Finally feel a tap on my shoulder
>Stand up and turn to face her
>Her face when I'm not a woman
Oh, there was another time when a man and his young son came in the store, and the son's first words when he saw me were, "daddy, look at that queer!"
And then his dad agreed that I looked like a queer. Somehow not as surprising as one would think. Keep up the good work, Bible Belt, I'm sure Jesus is proud.
Stuff like "hey baby" and other lines often used for chatting up a girl. I've been to the grocery store twice this month, and both times I've had it happen. It's happening more often now. I'm at 22 months of HT.
One of my friends has said it is uncanny how much I act and move like a woman, and how smooth and fluid my motions are. Pre transition it was something I constantly had to think to not do, and it leaked out all the time. Now I don't try to stop myself, and my motions are getting smoother with each passing month. It was such a hassle trying not to I'd often go shopping late at night so I only had to interact with a few people. I'd unconsciously do things like put the basket in the crook of my elbow, and use that hand to also hold things as I was comparing things in the store.
Northern or southern Nevada?
That's a shame. I really hate finding out people close to me are blatant homophobes.
Those are pretty fuckin funny.
I get that occasionally. It can be creepy and sweet. Very conflicting.
That's so exciting though!!! That's a good sign.
i usually feel sad when it comes from children because I know it's one more generation wasted in hatefulness. But this time it was kinda funny.
My boyfriend and I were on summer vacation at the beach, hosted in a house full of people, more than 50 people squished inside a 3 floors house like sardines packed. A very common thing for poor people's vacations and holidays travels here in Brazil, we call it summerizing.
Anyway I was with my boyfriend at bed, spooning and kissing. A kid saw us through a windown facing the stairs. That kid called other kid, who called another and another. Soon there was maybe ten kids "spying" on us rather obviously. They were not very discreet. It felt like being a Sculpture being admired in a museum. Or maybe a pair of animals in the zoo. Their comments were gold tier.
> what are they doing?
> are they two boys?
> they are lesbos
> no not lesbos
> my father said
> they are fags
> look, they are kissing in the mouth!
> but boys can't kiss other boys!
I would've loved to have sex in front of those kids and forever corrupt their ingenue minds. But we didn't passed the kissing. I was surprised no parent came later to complain with us.
If I were not to associate with homophobes I would have no friends whatsoever.
>it's seen as unmanly not to hate gays.
This guy's been talking crap about LGBT ever since I've met him.
>probably bi-curious in denial
But yeah after he told me that I'm cool he gave away that he doesn't really hate all of the fags.
>tank turtle with cannons on its back
yeah, i don't see how he is ever going to hit anything with these things if the enemys aren't actively trying to get hit...
Just walked down a high street in London (where I live),wearing a hoodie and skinny jeans with no makeup, these were the comments from random guys on the 10 minute walk to get some bread.
>where are you from?! I'm talking to you! Why are you ignoring me!!??
>you don't know me!
Last one didn't happen but you get the point.