Just remember, gender identity is a personal thing. There is no reason for you to tell anyone anything about it. They really don't have a need or right to know.
If you want to come out to people once you figure out how you feel, then you can do so (hopefully safely!! as it's never good to come out to family or friends when doing so may put you in danger).
I hope that everything goes well and not only do you find out more about yourself, but also that when you do decide to let people know, that all goes well.
Also my best friends birthday party Is tonight and I don't know what to say to ppl
Thanks, I felt like my mom was not understanding. I took this test online and it said I'm a cis-gender female; but by the description I thought I wasnt. But my mom just said, "Well ur actually more feminine then u think u r" I'm not sure why that boiled me up, but when I said "I don't think I am" She scoffed, said "Im done" and left the room. That made me feel a little bit sad. The night before I was saying some things about wanting to be a boy. And frankly I kind of do in a way, but like a 5 year old boy. At first I thought it was just puberty jitters, but it seems to be a bit more then that.
Light layer of dark eyeshadow and bright lipstick are an awesome combinationI use black eyeshadow and orange lipstick weird but kool
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