Thank you Cecelia for sharing your detransition story with us. We wish you all the best in your healing journey.
I always felt detached from my body, ever since I was little. I came out as a lesbian at 13, and I was pretty happy. But my body still always felt wrong and dirty to me.
At 15 I came out as a trans male, thinking I had gender dysphoria. I was more miserable as a trans man than I was before and entered an extremely toxic and abusive relationship a year later.
I took hormones for 11 months, and after getting out of that relationship I realized I had thought I was trans because I experience severe psychosis symptoms where nothing feels right, and because of the impact of being a victim of human trafficking as a child.
I’m now working on healing myself and am happily living as a femme lesbian.