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Old 07-05-2021, 03:38 PM   #1
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hello, i was assigned female at birth and i am homosexual. however, i indentify as non-binary (any pronouns) and have gender dysphoria, therefore i may consider surgery or hormones treatment in the future to appear more masculine. as i am already one step into my transition, i'm wondering whether there is a more fitting label (rather than gay or straight) for people like me that are females attracted by women, but also considering partial sex transition due to dysphoria while still remaining non-binary? maybe i'm just overthinking and should wait until i'm more certain of what i'd like to become, but as i am not familiar with the entirety of the LGBT+ lexicon, i thought there might be a term i don't know to describe someone androgynous with same-sex attraction. anyway, thanks for reading and stuff
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Hello aknyrtsz: Unfortunately I'm not going to be able to be of help regarding your concern. However I noticed this is your first post so I thought I would at least say welcome to MSF. I hope you find the forums to be of benefit.
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