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Edited by The Grinch: 11/8/2016 2:53:33 PM

The truth about my gender

I'm transsexual, but Male is my first gender. I'm a lot more comfortable in Male. My family is Male at home. I feel it's important for me to attend an Male school because Male is my mother gender. I feel like I should be educated in my first gender. Also, Male is the gender that has the most possibilities in the field I want to go into later in life. I want to work in the Mayonnaise factory, and that's mostly in Male. I think my life is similar to students who live in places where Male is the majority gender. The biggest difference is probably everyday stuff - like having to know Male terms at the grocery store. Outside of school and home, I have to be Female most of the time. For example, I'm on a baseball team, and every one of my teammates is a female. I don't worry about losing my identity, living in North Korea. If anything, living here makes my identity stronger. Because there aren't may of us here. In the city of Pyongyang, less than 5 percent of people are male. Your more aware of the fact that your an Male identifying person when your in a Female identifying society. Thanks for reading and being respectful. I just had to come out with this.

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