this post = my life.
You should invest in some cleats, for walking.
My school is very different from all other schools. It's really amazing.
I saw that I were Blogwatched. Never thought my blogs were interesting to others and that my English was alright to read It's cool!
That's rad to hear that school has positively affected you so much. School was always a weird experience for me. Some if it was the best learning experience I ever received, and some of it was just plain awful.
By the way, I don't know if you noticed, but your the newest member chosen for Blogwatch. Keep up the awesome blogs!
Kudos to Bram, and to that gentlemen who made the comment. In such environments, little things like that do say a lot about the social structure of your school. Mine would have never been so at ease about it, and this was not because of the students but the faculty.
I have a few transgendered friends now, and to them, simple acceptance, little things in speech and day to day interactions when people acknowledge them as the gender they are on the inside, mean the world to them.
Hahahah. Tractors ARE kickass. Also, I was told once that I'd make a cute boy. <33 haha, not that that means much.
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That's rad to hear. It's also rad to hear that you guys get to learn to drive tractors. Rad in a different way, of course, but rad nonetheless.
Agreed. Also, I want to go to your school.
I feel the same way. I mean, I'm bi and everything, so i don't know how much that has to do with it. But I don't really know what I feel like. I don't want a sex change, but I don't exactly love being a woman, but I wouldn't love being a man either. I'm pretty bipolar with how I dress... I'll go from wearing heels and a super girly dress one day to converse and boy clothes the next. I have a lot of friends but I don't really feel comfortable around anyone, because girls make me feel like i'm different, but guys don't really like hanging around with part-lesbians either. I totally get it. I just try not to think about it too much because it tends to depress me a bit..
I've just decided we need a like button for blogs and posts.
Heya! My best advice: Don't worry too much about money. Which school are you going to and what are you going to study? I've been doing the student loan thing since I could, and really, it's not even half as scary as it seems at first. Sure, it adds up to a lot of money in the end (about 35.000 it'll be for me, I guess), but the conditions are the best you'll ever get, and if you don't find a job anytime afterwards, they'll cancel your debt! So it's totally safe. Think of it like this: If you ever want to get anywhere in life, you'll need a loan - for cars, for houses, no way you can pay for it in advance. It's the same with college, it's just an investment in your future, and once you're done with college you'll have it paid back in five years or so!
But yeah, I felt the same way you did when I started college, because €3000 sounds like a hell of a lot of money at first. Once you get used to it though, it's just a number. Anyways, the student life is a LOT of fun, don't let the numbers drag you down because you only need to act like an adult afterwards
In other words, try not to worry, and have fun!
I did read all of this and I know how you feel. It's like being in a very awkward limbo in between genders. I've felt the same way most of my life. I've come to accept how I feel and that I'm a shade of grey.
What I've found when researching this is that androgynous best labels how I feel, though I don't like labels. Not androgynous as in I look like a boy though I am atomically female, but androgynous meaning that I don't mentally identify with a sex more than another. It's kind of complex to explain but I bet you can find something out. I feel that I don't care for being female but I don't want to be a male in society either, which leads to the feeling of being 'grey'.
I hope this makes sense and if you ever need anything to talk to about any of this or anything in general, feel free to PM me or shoot me an email.
I'm in Cologne now! Anyone wanting to join me is welcome! Thinking of visiting Aachen tomorrow, stay there for one day and then go towards Hamburg!
you want company? i been trying to get out of here for awhile...
Thanks! I'll be leaving in about twenty minutes. Kind of nervous though.
I wish you a safe trip! Have fun!
preach it, sista!
I know exactly how you feel.
Yay for the DF! <3
Sounds like an awesome time I can't wait for Sunday. I am, however, rooting for Spain because I'm part Spanish.
Come hang out with me! Haha.
I know what you are going through though. Sometimes getting away for a bit is the best thing to do.