Awww, sweetie. Hey, life can be a little scary sometimes, but with support, time, and a little introspection, we can figure it out. For example, I very recently figured out that my gender is ‘I’d tap that’. uwu I like to feel the feelings first, figure it out after, and then see if I can put a label on it.
If you want to talk or need some advice or anything at all, you just message me, alright? And if you want to talk in private, I won’t out you or anything. And if you don’t, just know that I believe in you and support you!
On a separate note, I was called ‘sir’ today on my plane, and I wasn’t even dressed masculine today, just jeans and a button-up black shirt. And this wasn’t the first time this happened while flying back to Nashville.
I swear, the Nashville Airport is 100% convinced I’m a dude, even when I have to show them my ID at every turn.
On a personal note, I visited to the doctor today and it resulted in me getting blood work done, getting a shot, and being put on three new medications.
I can’t complain much, I guess, because I willingly went to the doctor and wanted things to be done about a few health issues I’ve been having, but it just makes me wonder…. What happens when the average person goes to the doctor for a check-up? Do they just go in for check-ups and walk out like, ‘yeah, I’m the same and nothing new’ or ‘yeah, I’m totally healthy’ or….?
This must sound really weird. Sorry, I’m thinking out loud.