A transgender is a person who is either female/male and just doesn't feel right being that sex. They feel the gender they are is not right, and that they should be the opposite sex or just not have a gender at all.

If there is a MTF trans, or a FTM trans that has nothing to do with their sexuality. Just because someone is a trans does not automatically make them gay. Some girls will like guys, become trans and still like guys. Not all guys have to like girls, and not all girls must like guys. It's not a fucking rule.

It's not a fucking rule to not be a trans. It's not a fucking rule to consider your self a girl if you have a vagina, or a guy if you have a penis. If you feel like you are not right as the gender you were born with, there is nothing wrong with that.

There is nothing wrong with Transgenders, they are human beings just like all of us. Gender has nothing to do with life, and even though it's not right to make fun of trans, people still do and still will because people are sick.

Transgenders are normal people, and they are proud to be who they are.
Kyler was born a girl, but dresses like a guy, acts like one, and is currently taking testosterone, and she considers herself a male, she is a transgender.
by treyturjwr November 01, 2011
Someone who identifies as a gender other than what they were assigned at birth. Currently, if a baby is born with a vagina, they are assigned female at birth, or afab, and if they are born with a penis, they are assigned male at birth, or amab. Cisgender people identify with the sex they were assigned at birth, while transgender people don't.
Transgender is an umbrella term, containing men who are afab (trans men), women who are amab (trans women) and people assigned either sex that feel like both or neither genders (non-binary or genderqueer). Some trans people may take hormones or undergo surgery to make their body match their gender, and to treat dysphoria. Others are perfectly fine with their body, and only want minor or no changes. However, unless they feel comfortable discussing it with you, it is extremely rude and invasive to ask a trans person if they are on hormones or if they've had surgery yet.
Note that a trans person doesn't have to fit into any gender role. Much like cis men and women, a trans man can be feminine, while a trans woman can be masculine.
Jamie was assigned male at birth, but is female. She is a transgender woman, is taking estrogen, and has plans for bottom surgery in the future.
Max was assigned female at birth, but is male. He is a trans man, but has no plans for hormones or surgery.
Riley was assigned male at birth, but goes back and forth between feeling masculine, feminine, and somewhere in the middle. Xe is genderfluid, and has no dysphoria, except for on days when xe wants to female pass.
Yael, the author of this article, was assigned female at birth, but doesn't really feel like any gender. They are genderqueer, and want top surgery.
by thatssostraightofyou March 22, 2014

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