This is pretty different then from what i usually post.. but i thought i would share my story today on coming out day. Ever since i was younger i was questioning myself, i was a little tomboy growing up because i didn't have any sisters or female cousins, it was my big brother and my two older cousins. So from a young age i liked to rough house and go hunting and do "boy things" but i still dressed up, i wore pigtails and lots of pink. Going into school for kindergarten i thought i obviously looked like a girl, i wore dresses and nail polish only girls could do that i thought. But people still asked me if i was a boy or a girl, that i sounded like a boy or im to rough to be a girl or the hair on my legs were to dark to me female.and that sat in my head from elementary to middle school, in middle school i still wondered if i was correct, i found myself hating dresses and long hair, but when i chopped my hair off i thought i was hideous because i wasn't girly, i couldn't even look in the mirror. In middle school i started developing breasts /fast/. I went in flat chested and left middle school with double d's. But when i was beginning to get these and start to have even weirder feelings with hormones, i wrapped my chest, taped it down into pecks, threw on multiple shirts and wore extremely baggy hoodies all until they were still noticeable no matter what i did. This was a crisis for me, I became lazier and shyer. I was scared to go out and be me because of how i looked and i didn't understand why i hated it so much, this is female right? Then i found out about this community online.. the lgbtq+ and then a boy at my school came out as gay, and at first i thought what every other closed minded person thought "how can he be gay now? Hes to young to know" But if i looked at a hetero couple i didn't think twice. It opened up a whole new mind set for me and it changed me into a better person and less of a judgemental one. As i learned more and more, deeper and deeper into the communtiy and all that sits behind it, i learned transgender was a thing, different pronouns and identities, sexualities. I felt safe reading this blog on tumblr about (continued in comments..