Dyphoria because of significant others...

Jaxxie Lifeless Jaxxie Lifeless
i dont know if im just too sensitive or if what my girlfriend is saying is just insensitive..
Shes made several comments that make me feel EXTREMELY dysphoric. After sex she giggled and i asked what and she replied "I dunno, i was just thinking. wondering what it would feel like if a BOY started getting flaccid inside me after finishing"
.. It really hurt. am i just being a wimp or?..
She does it without realizing it. and shes also called my downstairs by the feminine name..
Shes never dated a trans guy. and honestly, i dont think she should be. im not okay with these comments.

opinions?
10/19/2012
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Originally posted by Jaxxie Lifeless
i dont know if im just too sensitive or if what my girlfriend is saying is just insensitive..
Shes made several comments that make me feel EXTREMELY dysphoric. After sex she giggled and i asked what and she replied "I dunno, i was just ... More
Have you told her how you feel? Maybe she really just doesn't know. I don't think you're being a wimp or too sensitive at all. If it hurts you, then it hurts and it needs to stop. But you need to tell her. I'm sure she doesn't want to hurt you and maybe she just needs your help to understand better ways to talk to and about you to help you feel better about yourself. It's not fair to blame her if you've never communicated with her about it. It's always worth the effort to try and communicate about the problem and see if maybe it's just a misunderstanding. If you've talked to her and she doesn't stop, then there might be a bigger problem, but communicating should always be the first line of defense.
10/19/2012
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