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He knows that he does not want to become a man.
The story follows the boy as he comes out to himself and then to others. He has his first sexual experiences and discovers his sexuality. His experiences with men are very tough and not enjoyable. But, he is drawn to men. His experiences with women are gentle, and he learns that he loves to cuddle with his girlfriends, but he does not want to have sex with them. (He learns that he likes to give them pleasure.)
He experiences with gender expression, and finds a gender expression that works for him. At first, he learns about clothing and hair and make-up from his mother and then girlfriends.
He is very overt femme in high school (short shorts, tight jeans, camisole tops), but his style becomes more measured in college.
He struggles with puberty. He doesn't want to go through male puberty, but he knows that his body and his mind need to mature.
He decides to take testosterone blockers and light dose of estrogen. He wants to live on the female end of the gender spectrum.
He knows that this will limit is ability to function in the testosterone driven gay male community, but it makes it easier for him to live his daily life. He feels more comfortable with women anyway.
He goes to college and gets a job as a wall street assistant. He meets an older bisexual man. They are drawn to each other from the first night. It is a true love affair. They are married on the beach in the Hamptons.
It is a beautifuy ceremony. He is walked down the aisle by his mother. He wears woman's tailored white pants suit with short pants. He throws in bouquet to a group of girls and femme boys.
They honeymoon at his husband's Hamptons estate. After the marriage, he stops working and gets involved in protects that advances the rights the LGBTQ+ community with particular emphasis on gender nonconforming youth.
They will live a long and happy life together. They sex life never get old.
Last Edited By: harri Apr 8 17 11:06 AM. Edited 3 times