Im 15 and I want to become a femboy.

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How would I tell my parents? What clothes should I wear if I don't want to be bullied at school? What if my parents don't appreciate that I'm a femboy?
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How would I buy clothes online if my parents watch my transactions and stuff?
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Creating a female avatar online should be your good start.
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Start with neutral clothing if you don't feel comfortable going all out. Bullying unfortunately is something most people go through in every situation so the best thing you can do about it is keep your chin up and focus on what makes you feel good and helps you identify as who you want to be.

On the parents side of things, be upfront with them and hopefully they respect your choices and decisions. Some parents don't but nobody except yourself can understand who you are so be prepared for that possibility but don't hide away your true feelings. As for buying clothes, shopping in person is an option and it can be very daunting for your first time but keep at it. If you have any friends who are comfortable with your identity (if you have disclosed it to them) then go shopping with them. Otherwise, another thing you can do if your parents are touchy about buying you female clothes, is to stick to gender neutral clothing and wait until you can purchase them yourself (with a personal under 18 bank account, with cash or by other means) - or have someone purchase them for you as a proxy outside of your parents if they refuse to buy you any outright.

It's 2021. You should not have to hide who you are so be proud of your identity as best you can
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You can also try explaining to your parents that there is a female persona living inside of you.
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Start with neutral clothing if you don't feel comfortable going all out. Bullying unfortunately is something most people go through in every situation so the best thing you can do about it is keep your chin up and focus on what makes you feel good and helps you identify as who you want to be.

On the parents side of things, be upfront with them and hopefully they respect your choices and decisions. Some parents don't but nobody except yourself can understand who you are so be prepared for that possibility but don't hide away your true feelings. As for buying clothes, shopping in person is an option and it can be very daunting for your first time but keep at it. If you have any friends who are comfortable with your identity (if you have disclosed it to them) then go shopping with them. Otherwise, another thing you can do if your parents are touchy about buying you female clothes, is to stick to gender neutral clothing and wait until you can purchase them yourself (with a personal under 18 bank account, with cash or by other means) - or have someone purchase them for you as a proxy outside of your parents if they refuse to buy you any outright.

It's 2021. You should not have to hide who you are so be proud of your identity as best you can
:/ I don't wanna trust anyone right now and I just want to be me without seeing different results.
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:/ I don't wanna trust anyone right now and I just want to be me without seeing different results.
Wear makeup at the weekend which you can remove before Monday.
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Wear makeup at the weekend which you can remove before Monday.I
I never used makeup before :/
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a.. what? :dong:
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I never used makeup before :/
Try it you will feel a lot more feminine
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a.. what? :dong:
Like a ladyboy?
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Like a ladyboy?
a trans?
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(Original post by V℮rsions)
a trans?
an effeminate gay man
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why do this to urself u know u dont have to be a femboy come on bro
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why do this to urself u know u dont have to be a femboy come on bro
Perhaps he wants to experience what being female is like.
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Perhaps he wants to experience what being female is like.
Being female is more than wearing makeup and feminine clothes
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What's a femboy?
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Take it slow. Maybe wear some lip gloss or something like that to begin with to really see if it is something that makes you happy and confident
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why do this to urself u know u dont have to be a femboy come on bro
Because he is gay and effeminise so he wants to experience his feminine side?
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Being female is more than wearing makeup and feminine clothes
I'm quite aware of it.
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