Hey lovelies! I may be over a week or so late for posting this coming out photos, but better late than never...
For nearly 25 years of my life, I have been attracted to femininity. However, the journey of yours truly is not that easy.
During my childhood, I would struggle with believing that marriage is between man and woman due to society and myself embracing my true love for women. While girls have crushes on boy bands such as Backstreet Boys and NSYNC, I would have crushes on female singers such as J Lo and Christina Milian. Thus, whenever I would hear girls crushing on boys and male celebrities, I would keep all my crushes on females to myself and lie about having male crushes when I actually do not.
This has continued during middle school when I would hear about girls dating boys while I was dealing with hiding my true sexuality by getting a boyfriend to prove myself that I was straight. In actuality, I was still attracted to the girls on tv, girls on certain photos, and even think about them. But, I still tried to fit in by ignoring my sexuality.
During high school is when my mind has been opened up a lot more, which lead me to realise my sexuality. I would have actual crushes on women in high school and call myself at least "bisexual" whereas I would try to talk to boys who "fit my type" and call myself at least "bisexual." Plus, high school is so rough for me, there were many people who rejected me for being attracted to women, while there were others who accepted me for liking women.
In college, I became more certain that I am truly attracted to women and not as much with men. I realised this because for men: I would go on dates with men and feel dissatisfied whether it's by feeling disgusted, sad, or even furious, thus ending things before they even begin; but as for women, I would go on dates and end up smiling. I might've had crushes on men with feminine characteristics, but that was it.
Fast forward to now, I am proudly here to say that I am gladly attracted to femininity in all forms (even drag queens and people who are non binary).
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