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A femboy is a slang term for a young, usually cisgender male who displays traditionally feminine characteristics. While the term can be used as an insult, some in the LGBTQ community use the term positively to name forms of gender expression. The word femboy emerges by at least the s.
Btw for this post I'm gonna use the word 'femboy' because I feel like it's the right word but I've heard that it might be a slur Does anyone struggle with going back to being a normal masculine dude? I want to dress cute and feminine sometimes, but I feel like it would be too awkward if I felt like wearing boy clothes and I had just shaved legs and such Is it hard to find a girlfriend as a femboy?
I know that most femboys are usually into dudes or other femboys, but I'm into girls and I've heard that it can be hard to find a girlfriend who is into femoboys. Is it hard to deal with people who shame you or say bad stuff about being a femboy?
As of now I'm just a plain old straight male so I've never had any experiences of people being jerks to me for how I dress or anything This one isn't a question, but a request. Please don't try to "convince" me to become a femboy. However, I know that most of you as people who have gone through this will try to encourage and support me into making this choice.
I really appreciate the support, but that's not what I need!!!!! I'm still not sure if becoming a femboy is right for me, and I'm trying to make the choice that'sbest for me and who I am, but I can't without having completely and totally honest answers to my questions.
Also, thanks 5 billion to anyone who responds to this!!!!! This is a really scary part of my life that I'm going through, so I infinitely appreciate everyone who decides to spend their own time helping me through this! Much love!!! You can whatever you want to be, just listen to yourself :3 So then let's start. I personally am genderfluid and i don't really have a problem with switching between the moods.
But at home i just dress the way i want. Sometimes it is even mixed. And you can also have as boy long hair. But if you do not want to wait so long or want shorter hair as a boythen maybe consider a "non-binary" hair style, or try wigs. You can make cheap wigs look "real" if you put in a bit of work never done it but seen people who have done that. And noone bothers if your legs are shaved. I found my girlfriend before i really discovered my true self. But she is super supportive.
It is probably harder to find one, but there will be girl's that will like you for what you are. As i said before, I didn't dressed fem in public, so my only advice is, get comfortable with it in your own home. And then you can start with going out. But be comfortable and confident about it. And when somebody approaches you, just ignore him or maybe you know a good response. I don't know any, but would like to hear some if anyone has some .
Just be the person you want to be. It is your choice, and noone else's.
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I hope the answers helped you. If you have questions, please ask How did you "become" a femboy? Was it a gradual thing or did it all happen within a few days? You said that you didn't dress feminine in public at first, so that's why I'm asking. Not particularly.
Some girls are into it my gfand I think a supportive partner will be happy with letting you be who you are. For 1, you shouldn't have any trouble. Regular dudes having long hair and shaved bods isn't abnnormal at all atleast in my experience.
I want to be a femboy, but i have a few questions before i start
Depends on the haircut tho. Don't think you need long haur to be a femboy either.
Ive found that "short for a girl, long for a boy" kinda length works way better on me than long hair ever did. If you find you really like it you might end up getting your eyebrows plucked, a really fem hairstyle, laser ect, that kinda stuff can make it hard to go masc. For 3, entirely depends on where you live and who you live with.
Ive had no issues yet, i have a great family great frienss and live in a decent area. I can't say what it'll be like for you. Try on some fem clothes and just do what you feel from there. Thats the best way to tell if its for you, and its by no means an irreversable decision. Be careful tho, it could awaken something in you and make you spend all your money. Nah, for me it is no problem.
But sometimes I crave being girly. You have to find out for yourself if you struggle with it. Most of them find it cute or even sexy. If you explain it to them, they will probably be interested. In fact it was an ex gf that brought me into this.
I do not go outside fully en femme, so I cannot say anything about that. Whenever I have some Mascara or painted nails people do not even notice. Once the cashier smiled at me, when she saw that my nails were painted, but that's it. So I do not have enough experience to really answer that question.
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You have to find out for yourself if it is something for you. It is your journey and yours alone. If you think you need to take it slow, then do that. No shame in being careful.
If you decide that being a femboy is not for you, again, that is your decision alone. Independent of what you decide, I hope you enjoy it. For hair you can try growing it out and using a beanie to get a more masculine style when you want it. You'll be able to get a gf and if being open-minded and not bigoted was already a deal breaker than your dating pool won't shrink too much and in general bi people do like gender non-conforming people.
Can't really help you too much with how to deal with hate, but I'd say that if you have a good style, and at least at first are with friends and in a more progressive city it'll help build confidence. Many very masculine men shave their body. Competitive body builders, in fact, pretty much all do, and I can't think of a more stereotypically masculine look than that.
I hope you didn't want to be told different.
But then I will say this. Any girl who wouldn't like you expressing who you are in a harmless manner is not one for the long term anyway. Depends on what kind of a person you are. If you're a bit oblivious to what people around you say, it's actually pretty easy. If you take things personally, it's probably a lot more difficult. If you're the kind who can dish out what you take, then it probably also is easier.
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