Marya Prude struggled to accept herself as a female growing up. She did not ‘feel’ like she was mean to be female ; her mannerisms and interests always made her question her identity.
She preferred hanging out with boys, girls expressed themselves a certain way, (that she couldn’t), she wore boyish clothes too.
Eventually she began to make changes like dressing in boy clothes just to feel like a boy. It grew on her, so she c=started researching about how she can change her gender. She later on realized that she can, so it became her goal to transform into a boy after she grew up.
I love being her 🥰
I remember growing up especially in my teenage adolescent years I always felt like I didn’t fit in as a girl or a woman. Girls dressed a certain way, talked or expressed themselves in a particular way that I felt like I didn’t.
So I thought maybe, I was supposed to be a boy because I preferred boyish clothes, hanged out and was more comfortable with boys than girls,expressed myself in a boyish manner…so I started reading a lot and I found out that you can get sex reassignment surgery and change your gender. So that was my goal when “I grow up”.
Now that I’m grown, Aki I love being a woman. I’m just different. And in this self discovery journey of mine, I’ve embraced my differences and discovered there are people who actually love me because I love those parts of myself that I considered weird when I was younger and insecure.
All along I didn’t want to be a boy, I just wanted to feel normal and I found my normal in giving myself permission to be me♥️
Have a Blessed week!Marya Prude Via Instagram