Itn to question identity?

What age did most people become solid on their identity? How did you know? What makes someone trans? Transgender/ sexual? How do you represent yourself to the world? What was some of the fallout?

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  • if you're really questioning your identity honestly you should really talk to a psychologist about it. people understand their identity at different ages depending on the person, same as trans people realising they're trans.

    transgender people usually have a condition called gender dysphoria which is usually one of the first things psychologists/psychiatrists look for in a patient. if you feel like your body/appearance isn't right and that it feels like it's somehow wrong you should go talk to a psychologist/psychiatrist about your thoughts because they're the only ones that can diagnose you and help you out.

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  • The only reason people are "questioning" their identity is because of the idiots on social media. You are what you are, it's really that simple. Whatever your DNA is that's what you are.

    As for being gay or bi, that's different it's preference and after dating a few different people you should know for sure.

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  • what if i dont waste time tryin to create some elaborate persona?

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  • I agree with vvaas. See a therapist and talk through this asap.

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  • i think everyone at some point in their life wonders and questions their gender and wonder what it would of been like to be the opposite sex. Normal,

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  • Identity is a vague enough concept that whenever I hear people discuss it as something they strive to actualize it always comes across as a euphemism. Especially where gender is concerned, because the discourse around gender identity as something seperate from biological sex becomes so abstract that I have to assume that it really is completely meaningless on its own. If having a concrete identity is an actual need though, whether that need is intrinsic or somehow socially instilled, you're the only one who can know (or decide -- I think deciding is more empowering, but that's probably just me) what identity is right for you

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  • Black people.

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