Friday, July 15, 2016

Confusing the Kids: Gender Fluid



I noticed another young person on Facebook saying they are Gender Fluid. I am not going to give any more details about their identity outside her age but this is now the second or third young person, saying that their gender is not what it should be that I have seen among "friends" and acquaintances on Facebook. In this case they are around 16 years old. Seeing the chart above, so wonder the kids are getting confused.

In this case, they have written being a girl is just their assigned sex that many days they feel more like a boy and some days they don't and others day they feel like they do not have a gender and rarely feel like a girl. They said they would rather be seen as a boy most of the time and be referred to as the politically correct "They". I noticed their family bending over backwards to be politically correct. I decided to stay quiet, knowing my words would not be heard, but this definitely got to me.

This is someone I suspect highly has a very narcissistic mother.  Their mother's page is full of selfies. She has a high power corporate job and is extremely competitive. I noticed a couple years ago, she was doing things like cutting her beautiful daughter's hair very short and dressing her in plain drab clothing especially after she became a pre-teen. Even seeing one of my nieces who is very pretty bought old lady glasses and dressed in dark grey sweats, made me think about how narcissistic mothers who are jealous of the youth and beauty of their daughters will do anything to destroy it or dissuade it. This seems to happen more often post-puberty.

Seeing this latest claim of being "gender fluid" or "gender neutral" or transexual triggered me and brought me back some memories. One thing I have realized is I was denied my feminine sexuality by my narcissistic parents. I wrote about how I was treated as a boy and not really a girl when I was young in this article "Not Allowed to be a Girl". Today I realize my not dating in high school or even in college, went far beyond just being Aspie and overweight but was a core part of my abuse.

 I believe narcissistic mothers will destroy the blooming sexuality of young daughters, and this happened to me. In my case, severe PCOS which brought higher testosterone and other problems did make me more masculine looking. The obesity also came in too. I was told endlessly by my family and family friends, I was not pretty and petite like how a girl should be and that I looked more like a boy. I was dressed in mannish clothing and I remember the endless times I'd cry as my mother had my long hair cut off into short boyish haircuts just like this poor girl. The family told me over and over that I was not really female and did not measure up to be what a female should be. How many young teens are not only being given gender confusion from the messages of society but that one as well?

 When I was in high school, I was openly called "dyke" and "butch". Inside my dreams, fantasies and desires, I wanted a man and dreamed of marriage to one so imagine the confusion as the world and my family told me, having a man was not for me and that I was meant to be a "lesbian" and was not right. Some Aspies are more asexual but when I met my husband, my physical attraction was as strong as any intellectual or other attraction.

I never admitted this before or don't remember it, but my parents were against me marrying. They claimed he was "too poor". He was the one helping me out when we were engaged not them but then I think they wanted to even deny me the joy of being married or even just being in love. They threatened not to come to our wedding. They did not want me to have a normal woman's life. Some types of narcissistic destruction can be more subtle. I have my religious opinions about why society has gotten so focused on the gender bending. I do not believe it is of God.

I can just imagine if I was 30-40 years younger in this type of climate with a narcissist mother denying me my womanhood. Maybe I would be like this young girl wondering if I am "gender queer" or actually a man in a woman's body. Maybe I would have been confused enough to have signed up as a full woman to man transition.  I have struggled for years in feeling like I am not fully female like other women. My husband allowed me to be a woman and treated me as one, but inside, the decades of not being allowed to be a female  took their toll.  I know this is rooted in my abuse. Not having children added to the whole mess but the more I think about it the more I know I was shamed even just for being a female among the narcissists in my family. Even having feminine emotions was looked down on.

Watching what is happening to this girl, is horrifying me. In her case, her narcissists are more sly, in trying to destroy her life. She doesn't realize they are her enemy. I had my years of fog too, but she believes herself to be loved as her narcissistic mother cuts off all her hair and emotionally abuses her into thinking she's not really a girl. I knew I was hated. In her case, she is actually in more danger believing her narcissists have her best interests at heart. There probably is some narcissistic supply in it for them as well, as they can play martyrs regarding their daughters confused sexuality. I have seen this done among some narcissists with having physically or mentally ill children. Some can gain brownie points in some political circles, for the transsexual cause.  Our society that has lost it's moral bearings is also adding to her problems.

One thing I always thought about is as they push all this androgyny and transsexual stuff like with Caitlyn Jenner, is our media has narrowly defined even what a male or female is, so if you are not thin and beautiful with big boobs, you are supposedly not really female, and if you aren't muscle bound looking like a linebacker, you are supposedly not really a male. I was given this message 30 years ago but today it has WORSENED.

There are people who have hormonal and other physical problems. Some people are born intersex. It's not for me to judge those people. Even with PCOS, the testosterone coursing through me made for emotional and physical changes, but I was still a girl. Telling people that they can be someone else just from changing their gender, is  misleading. Too many believe now that if they were the opposite sex, that it would fix everything.

 No one warns about the people who did sex changes and lived to regret it, especially the ones who had surgery. The chromosomes determine it in my opinion. Yes I know that is controversial. I prayed for this girl last night, that she can escape her narcissists and not be given more confusion. There is nothing wrong with a teen girl being a Tom Boy or deciding not to date. Her narcissistic mother has impacted her sexuality. The emotional abuse is making itself known overtly.



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  1. Far be it from me to dictate the sexual preferences of another human being...that said, it seems to be more of a fad these days than a true division of sexual preferences. If that makes sense. The gay people I know knew they were gay pretty well from the start. I can buy that, but I question people who define their orientation on a whim. And change it to fit the audience at hand.

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    1. When I see such a high number of teens saying they are transsexuals or gender queer, or the rest, this tells me this is about fads, and fitting in or even seeking after attention--which is normal for teens to do. Teenagers used to try and stand out by dressing punk or goth, now it's sex change time. I think the latter is fare more damaging. The preponderance of the "not sure" categories, also says something to the faddishness.

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    2. far not fare. LOL sorry for bad spelling.

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  2. Dear Peeps, us girls had our hair butched and basically kept that way. Didn't give it much thought until i met Donna at my old job. She had longish hair and had said she liked it because when she was a child, her mom kept having it cut short...too much trouble for mutha, evidently. That's when the lightbulb came on.

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    1. Sue, Sorry you had your hair cut off too. I remember hearing the long hair was too much trouble line too. My mother never brushed my hair in her life as soon as I got old enough to hold the hairbrush right. Glad you had the light bulb moment.

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  3. I met a transsexual once and it confused me. He/she talked about wearing a wig in warm weather and it was too hard, so he/she decided to wear a hat instead. In our country, a sex change operation is paid for if you can display all the characteristics of being a woman for a full year. I don't know how this can be proven, or even maintained. We all have some characteristics of feminine and masculine, more of one than the other. But we all have both. Its what makes us dimensional.

    My mother wanted me to be masculine too, for she felt the feminine was useless. My long nails she complained about, making me useless. She was very focused on the "doing". But feminine is all about "being". Being compassionate, out of our own selves to feel another person, that's a lot of the feminine, and you can't do that when you are in the "do". Mother Theresa had a lot of feminine qualities, she wanted to feel each and everyone of the people. People complained about that, saying that she should have been more about building hospitals, but she couldn't it wasn't in her character. Let someone else build the hospitals and let her do the one on one stuff.

    Masculine gets praised more in our society, I wonder why? Not that there is something wrong with the masculine, we need things getting done, but compassion is not fitting for narcissism. They can't really understand the "doing" either, for they don't even understand what production means. They only want to cause pain. If you ask me, there really is no need for gender confusion, we all have both traits, and it has nothing to do with having sex. We all have both, more or less of one.

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    1. Ever notice the transexuals seem to feel forced to dress in the extreme sex role to prove they are the opposite sex. Are there transexual [male to female] who skip the makeup? I haven't worn make up in 20 years but wear dresses. Would that be shocking? I notice too the rare female to males get out the leather vests and those wallet chains [well ones I've seen] to be as "male" as possible. Why is it so important to PROVE what sex you are in this way? The whole thing confuses me too. I agree everyone has feminine and masculine traits, our chromonsones say male or female [yes the rare intersex and triple XXXs and other conditions exist] but for the majority it says male or female.

      Femininity was hated in my household. No make up wearing no painting nails--I did it but was yelled at for tht one, wear tough and rough dungarees, 'go do yard work', I wish I had been taught some practical skills like actually fixing the cars or knowing what I was doing but I guess I was too much of a girl for tht. I agree about the doing vs being. Our culture is a DO or else culture. It's not good enough to "be". I am kind of a "being" person, so wonder I didn't get on with the driven career types. I'm the type to notice the clouds, nature. You are right about the do vs be. Doing doesn't give time to FEEL. Feelings were so hted in my family. Practical and objects counted for everything.

      I agree about masculine being praised more in this society. Some say we are imbalanced. The feminists seem to tell us our way to freedom as women is to be more like men, but I have found that to be a cage. Compassion gets set aside for "getting done" It's all about production, money and success. You are right we need the masculine too but we need the feminine as well, guess which way the scale is tipped when they want women to be fighting like men in combat. Women can't handle combat same as men in general. its damaging to the men but it will destroy many women even more so. I think the gender confusion is actually to instill more cookie cutter, everyone is busy trying to be what the world wants a male or female to be.

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    2. In combat I imagine the women will have to be on the "do" whether they like it or not. I don't even believe women should go hunting. Call me old fashioned, but women have never hunted through history and our biology doesn't work for it. Aiming and shooting is not in the feminine. It requires focus and direction, which is another masculine trait. Not that women can't do it, but to do it continually all day long would be very hard. Besides I thought women were sensitive in their biology, men can live in ditches, waist high in water, women would have serious medical issues with that.

      The feminists really put too much emphasis on the masculine. The feminine should never be frowned upon. I'll say this much, my last baby was delivered by a woman doctor who had a well developed feminine "being" personality. Everyone was clamoring to have her. This is something the feminists don't understand.

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    3. Combat for women will be hell. I was forced to be a man in too many ways for my violent youth jobs, always having to be tough and hard. I had learned to shut down emotions in danger which was an asset for those jobs, but it messed me up because I am a female. Later after PTSD diagnoses from that and my upbringing and crimes I witnessed, I asked "WHY WAS I NOT PROTECTED?" Because I was big almost 6 feet tall at the time and in the 200s, it was assumed I was really a "man" instead of a female but I was NOT.

      Theres very few women who get into hunting. I think shooting and killing things is adverse to women in general. Hunger may push those efforts but I never had the desire to hunt. Being in combat, will destroy women, biologically women cannot take some of the same physical efforts of men even large women. They can't carry 50lb packs, they don't have the endurance to live in ditches or waist high in water or sloughing for 100 miles. Also emotionally most women being put under the pressure of being killed will be harmed far more then the soldiers we see now with PTSD. I worked a job where my life and the lives of others was always in danger, it was kind of like being a cop but in this case with no fellow people on the blue line to protect me. Those kids I worked with would try and kill themselves and others all the time. Two jumped a coworker once where I had to pull them off and they injured her enough where she had to go the hospital, one pushed a coworker down a long flight of stairs, bit her wrist--this one had AIDS and they had not told us due to some different laws at the time and threw her down, one gave a head injury to one worker where she was in the hospital for three months, one smashed the door down for a knife and stabbed someone with it. I had the majority of my weight gain during that job, probably advancing from stage 2 Lipedema that remained undiagnosed to a high stage 4 and drinking cortisol and insanity slurpees while going home to my own ghetto neighborhood, full of danger, too few groceries and problems. So when I think of a woman in combat, those feminists who want that make me really angry. Women will not only have being killed to worry about but being raped/gang-raped from our own soldiers and the enemy soldiers. The decent men will lose their lives more readily who still have conscience in them to defend womenfolk, and the evil men will probably prey on them. I think this society is sick along with all the gender bending, they keep telling us we have to be more like men to be worthwhile. I was told I had to be a man to be worthwhile. The feminists claim to be for the feminine but they are not. Most of them are all about careers and power and having women be more like men. They want us to "do" to prove ourselves, we cannot just be. It doesn't escape my mind that in some friendships with women I had end, these were women of very feminist inclination, they even saw me being on disability I think of some sort of failure at the careers at any cost, feminine cause.

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  4. My adopted narc mother cut my hair short several months after I moved in with her when I was 8. A hair stylist was suspicious and took hours to cut my hair short. I was confused and upset telling my adopted narc mother and the hair stylist that I did not want to look like a boy. The hair stylist walked away and my adopted narc mother looked at us in the mirror and smiled. Her hair was for 3-4 years while I had my hair short. Boys beat up on me and made fun of me. I cried. Several nice boys protected me. I had a narc school teacher who did not protect me so my adopted narc mother liked her.

    For years, my relationship with my adopted narc mother did not go well because she cut my hair short and I did not want to be a feminist she wanted me to be. She laughed at me when I told her that I wanted to get married with children someday. I had several dates in high school. One guy became a religious narc. One guy was nice but I received warnings that he would not be a strong husband. I wanted a strong-minded, independent man rather than those who prefer narc women or feminists. Well, my hair was short in high school. People started to tell me that something was wrong with my adopted narc mother. I did not get asked out by stronger boys and men. I was upset and depressed about it. Several people told me that my adopted narc mother set me up for singleness because she made me wear wrong clothes, cut my hair short, and made me use powder on my hair. People made fun of me and attractive boys gave me dirty looks. I was really hurt but they did not care. My adopted narc mother claimed that they rejected me because they were racist.

    I left home as soon as I can. It took them three years before I was finally able to leave and let my hair grow longer. I was in for a rude surprise. My adopted narc mother did not give me facts of life advice on dating and marriage, so I had some bad dating experiences. One man rejected me because I paid for popcorn when we watched movies. I was nervous when a man puts his arm around me. Several men I dated happened covert narcs years before I knew why I did not fall in love with them or was disappointed with them. Several false Christians were interested in me until I had a falling out with the Intervarsity for refusing to submit to abuse and forgive my adopted narc mother. My adopted narc mother religiously abused me.

    My adopted narc mother set me up for singleness so I have been praying that I will get a husband and children. I hope a teenager you know will escape and get married someday. It sounds like that poor girl was a product of an entrapment and the narc mother is angry that she does not have financial support from her husband. Hope that teenager girl will get warning and run away.

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    1. This "gender queer" girl I was talking about has destroyed her opportunities for dating in high school. What boy is going to want to date a girl where she is "unsure" what gender she is? I realized years later when I hit Facebook, most girls I went to high school with married by age 21 and were grandmothers by 40. I was not allowed to date, and the butch dress sent the men away. I had no preparation for dating and did not date until I was 23 years old. When I got away from home the first NC, I kept some of my "butch" dress for my juvenile art teaching job since it was a male dominant place, but I transitioned to dresses, flowers, hair bows and flats during my first NC. I had the goth dress but that was just romantic feminine in black. When you discuss the short hair cut, and crying and boys making fun of you, I remember two distinct moments, of having my hair cut off at puberty, we were allowed to have some long hair, but it's like when I hit 12, no more of the braids and rest were allowed. So as my school uniforms which were dresses got thrown over board, I got the butch haircuts that put me in tears, the dungarees and ugly plaid shirts. No jellies for me. I got a few feminine sweaters to wear over the jeans but had to fight for those. The hair dresses would always do what my mother said too like your adoptive mother. "Its too short!!!" I would cry and my mother would say with a smirk, "CUT IT OFF~"

      Sorry your mother pushed feminism on you. I had the worse of the feminism pushed on me. No standing up for my rights but then no tears allowed, I was to be as hard as the boys, and they could wrestle me like two male relatives did and no one stopped them. While mine was okay with marriage, she seemed to have disdain for many old fashioned values and acouple years before I went NC from her, she mocked me to my face for loving my old small town and I told her, "Well I must be more old fashioned then you and have more traditional values" She hated that and these things worsened when I became a Christian. She loved feminist icons and politicians and was really into women having careers and being go getters but of course in the constant push for sabotage, I wasn't trained or given tools in that way either.

      I am glad some realized something was wrong with your mother. I saw other teens having their mothers help them with hair, make up, shaving, periods, jewelry--I bought and made my own starting in college, dressing, discussions or warning on boys and love, and I had none of that either.

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    2. I was set up for singleness like you. I was pretty and one day I was looking at photo albums and realizing I was far from hideously fat and ugly especially as a teen and in shock by what they made me believe about myself back then. That was actually part of my journey towards my second and final no contact. Narc mothers do not want their children to be popular or have friends or have happy dating lives, they set them up by withholding information, providing no support or advice--and dressing them in clothes, styles and fashions that will ensure social rejection.

      In my small rural town years in my early 30s, I transitioned to wearing dresses ALONE. It was probably around 1998/99 where I threw ALL pants away--remember the extreme Lipedemic body also impacted this. This was personal comfort and style choice and I was wearing those very popular long dresses with flowers and crepe fabric, and she got upset, asked me why I was wearing nothing but dresses got angry about it and then sewed me some pants, saying "You must be too fat to find pants that fit" and told me to wear them. I never did.

      I believe we are set up for singleness and dating failure and problems, [I ended up married by the luck of the draw] by these narcissist parents. I hate seeing what is done to girls, and this girl in particular. Her own sexuality being denied her, brainwashing and more. Her mother is a corporate go-getter too who seems to have extreme masculine traits, so wonder the girl is confused. I hope she can escape too, and does not end up with a lonely life or confused more because of how she is being set up and influenced by this society that is losing it.

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  5. Dear Peeps and Friends, the "long" nails were hardly at the ends of my fingers, if that. Oh, but it was time to butch them too. And that always ended up hurting. Not long after, i began to bite my nails and no longer had to go under the clippers. It's only been the last year that i stopoed biting my nails. i'm nearing 60.

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    1. Hmmm, my mother had a weird thing about long nails too. Strange that. I am glad you no longer bite your nails. Mine always break before they grow too long. I break my nails very easily.

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  6. I remember when I was five my mother wanted to cut my hair short;she said "don't you want to look like your cousin?" I was like"no ". She cut it all off. Also in high school she dictated me to have the Peggy Flemming hair cut which was short. I have never cut my hair since I left home. I didn't look good in short hair.
    I was also bought almost no clothes once I was in high school, and my parents were upper middle class. They had a walk in closet full of clothes and I had like 3 things to wear to school. I realize now that you may be right about the jealousy thing with my mother. With my father it was a narc thing. He was just stingy and didn't want to fork out the money.

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    1. Sorry you had your hair cut short too. I remember the Peggy Flemming hair cut too. She cut her hair short on the skating rink, why did the rest of us have to get it too? Glad you neveer cut your hair anymore. Yes I had barely any clothes, wrote about that before, actual embarrassment of not having enough different outfits to wear, remember being down to two pair of pants. I even found myself wondering the other day if my mother cooked so much to put weight on us all. I was far thinner as a teen but the lavish meals of texas sheet cakes, pasta in a pot with sour cream and provolone cheese, chocolates at Christmas maybe there was something sinister to the cooking "generosity" I don't eat food like that now. If I even dared a pasta in the pot, it'd be ground turkey and far less cheese, we had it piled on 2 inches thick. Yes with your father he was stingy while with a narc mother, she didn't want you as a teen outshining her.

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  7. If I grew up today I would have gender confusion. It's totally being pushed. As I was very feminine till high school, then I was athletic; and I loved being one of the guys because my boyfriend and his friends were my best friends. It passed and I became very feminine in college. My sister was a total tomboy when she was young but then in junior high turned totally feminine. If we were born today we'd probably be very confused..
    I know a woman who is turning into a man. I knew her when she was young and I saw no signs of her being more male. I can see a lot of psychological reasons and cultural conditioning as to why she is turning into a man..It's seems like a war on our sensibilities. I remember the transvestites walking down the road in gowns when I was in my 20's , and I thought they looked better dressed than me. It never bothered me until it became an agenda.

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    1. Me too especially with the PCOS and family trying to deny me a normal married life what would have happened to me? Maybe I wrote this before but when I told them I had a boyfriend or he may have been my finace then, they didn't believe me! Most girls go through a tom boy phase or a phase where they are into sports or not ready to date, and now in this crazy culture unless you are a model that weighs under 120lbs never going without your ruby red lipstick and high heels, you are supposedly NOT a female. Yes some of the women are now turning into men. They aren't talked about as much as the drag queens, but they have the drag kings too and transexuals that way. I don't want to know what all the testosterone injections will do to them but they will make themselves very ill. I suffer from high androgens and the idea of a woman doing that on purpose scares me. Most of it is pyschological and cultural conditioning. They do fit the skinny model with high heels so feel they are more a man. I have noticed this affecting supersized women where in our culture their femininity is denied. It is a war on our sensibilities. Yes the drag queens and transvesites, always dressed to the extreme like extreme caricature of what "woman" is supposed to be.

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  8. My parents actually barely had any food in the fridge. Because they were always on a diet we didn't have anything to eat. It wasn't for lack of money. I remember going over to my friends house and they always had so much food. I was in wonder.
    I never remember breakfast after junior high.And it was lunch money in high school. These were people who had more than enough money to stock the fridge so I could make a decent lunch. I trained 3 hours of gymnastics everyday after school and I always had a headache from the lack of a proper lunch.Narcs are hideous and vain.

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    1. Sorry your parents starved you....It isn't right. I did an experiment yesterday where I ate whatever I wanted, I did not pig out, but I am noticing on days where I can eat what I want [decent tasting food that is not cheap crap or something I am eating due to poverty because I "have to" and there is nothing else] my blood sugars are always lower the next day. I went from 134 to 117. Lack of food hurts people's health. Nutritionally and otherwise. I always have told people if I won the Lotto and wasn't stuck with poverty food, 100lbs would probably come off with no effort, it's like feast and famine around here. My mother did the feast and famine thing, too, sometimes generous [to fatten us up?] but other days counting the lunch meat slices, and I hated our breakfast of cereal and toast with butter, the worse thing for an insulin resistant girl. My lunch was nutritionally void as well. I have noticed too how much food people have, and when you went to other people's houses that had to blow your mind. My mother had TONS of food when I used to go visit her and I remember going to thin people's houses from my church where they had brownies on the cupboard, bowls of fruit, and endless salads in tupperware in the fridge. It was like a food bonanza. I do think the feast and famine affected my health very very poorly. I don't want to eat some crummy old turkey ham and an old cabbage today and already ate an egg sandwich and some carrot sticks for breakfast but know I am going to spend money I can't really afford to, because I want a decent lunch. We don't have money to do real grocery shopping but if I can get something decent for 5-6 bucks like a salad or sandwich, I'm doing it. Yes having starvation headaches stinks. Narcs stink.

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  9. When I was a teenager I could usually be found outstanding in my field, Unfortunately it was a cotton field and I was busy hoeing it.

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  10. Wow, Peep. This makes me think....at some point, after my mom assigned me the scapegoat, she started cutting my hair short. My sisters' hair was grown long, and she braided it into really cool styles. So I decided to grow my hair long too, and I found as soon as it was long enough to have her braid, my mom suddenly "forgot how to do it." Even though it had been less than a year since she had been braiding my sisters' hair. She "forgot." We would get a bag of clothing from older cousins. My older sister would pick out a couple of nicer items, and I got the rest. Then when it became time for shopping for clothes, my sisters were bought new clothes because I had the cousins' used clothes. I didn't ever get upset about it, because I felt bad my parents were "poor." When I got married, my mom refused to go wedding dress shopping with me and didn't attend the bridal shower my sister threw for me. She acted all weird. I was not supposed to have or enjoy sex at all. I was supposed to be the unsexual one. How very bizarre my life with my family has been. --Windy Rhyme

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    1. Sorry you had your hair cut short too. Hmm that happened to me with the braids, but I was told to do it myself, and couldn't....yeah right she forgot, what a lie. Its terrible you got used clothes and sister got new. That happened to me and I had the "You are too fat for nice clothes" message along with it. My mother had nothing to do with my wedding planning too, while totally involved with my sisters. Sorry you were defeminized too, hey I was yelled at for being a "whore" for being interested in boys at all and in the next breathe made fun of for being a 22 year old virgin. My life with mine was bizzare to the max too. I get weird things that pop up in my mind even now, like how my mother got married in the second week of January to make sure it was too cold for me to be there. I waited to long to leave but glad I am gone now. I hope you are feeling better. Don't let any flying monkeys in, I have done better since dumping the whole bunch.

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  11. Who the fuck are you? You're full of hot air and denial yet you judge someone who is trying to figure themselves out. You are one of the biggest turds I've ever had the pleasure of encountering online. All your little cheerleaders kissing your sizeable ass constantly has apparently made you think you can pass judgement on others with one hand while the other hand is stuffed with salty tissues for your poor bullied fat girl tears. Christ almighty, you are pathetic!

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    1. who are you? One of my relatives? She's only having to figure herself out, because of the people around her. You're the turd defending this emotional and other abuse of teenagers.

      Maybe her testosterone laden mac truck mother who cut her hair short added to her confusion. There's an obvious reason why she's not allowed to be a girl around those people. God knows what they did to her. Not that someone like you would give a damn. So can it!

      "Figure herself out"? They are the ones who put her in that place of finding a label for herself because they told her she's not normal.

      You pass judgement on me, yeah fats are always up for the chopping block but I guess your pets du jour of the month are above it all. I hope she gets away from the pathetic narcissists and sociopaths who are the INSTIGATORS of her confusion and "needing to figure herself out". Thank God she's not fat, you'd probably really hand it to her then too.

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    2. This isn't data lounge or huffington post, so take it elsewhere. Not surprised the "pets" comment flew right over your head.

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