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Allowing oneself to have doubts and to reflect on previously made decisions requires a lot of strength. It might feel like there is no possibility to take a different path than originally planned, but there always is. We are glad that this detransitioner found a way to manage her self doubt and we wish her all the best for the rest of her journey.


I'm a 19 year old detrans girl from the Canary Islands, Spain. I grew up in a very accepting home, I remember going to pride parades since I was 5, and I've been open about my dysphoria since I was 13, at 14 I came out as genderfluid to my twin sister and my girlfriend. A year later I came out as trans and started testosterone at 15, got top surgery at 18. And all along I was doubting if I made the right choice. By the time I was 19 I realized it wasn't what I wanted/needed, and went off testosterone. I'm 11 months off T and almost 2 years post-OP.

This is the short version of my story, straight to the point, but I've battled a lot with self doubt and I'd love to help other people with their identity if I can.



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