Transgender stories, books, poems, and more

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Poem / Poetry

July 11, 2018

I came out to my parents in April 2016 as transgender. They are very conservative in their views, making me promise that if I started my transition I would never talk to them again. This lead me to run away. Read More
Written April 2018 Read More
A short poem on the happier side of being trans I'm on a roll today 25/04/2018 Read More
Dysphoria is constantly kicking my ass. I hate it. Fuck you. I wrote this in English class 25/04/2018 Read More
An old man has a desire for a transgender into brutally destroy him in in his own image so Integra takes the challenge rushing to Florida on her Suzuki to do the deed Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 15, 2017

Sometimes it's really fucking hard being transgender Read More
This story is basically just an excerpt taken from one day of one individual's life and follows the inner feelings of this person up until a major life decision. Nothing much is supposed to happen. Instead, I am trying to describe the character's feelings through the story telling and… Read More

Book / Memoir

October 06, 2017

Reads: 433

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A memoir of the time in my life when I believed I was transgender, and all my previous and current feelings on it. Read More
A father has a heart-to-heart talk with his children. Read More

Reads: 5255

Comments: 5

Shelves: 2

The Booksie Classic House

Everything was going great in JT's life. He had just started his freshman year at his dream college, and started doing good for himself. But he met Ranger. Then everything changed. *There will be chapters that have graphic sexual scenes. Be warned. Read More
How to be LBGT+ in a straight world, one bisexual agendered persons story and guidance for the ones who are lost and confused. Not going to tell you how to be gay, just show you the road that most of us take Read More
Quinnly Forret has just moved into a brand new house but the town in which they now live is rather odd. And their neighbor keeps saying to leave by February or else something will "get" them? Read More

Reads: 103

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A response to my moment of weakness poem; A Life Belonging to Them. Read More
My parents admitted that they don't believe I'm trans because I was bullied by girls and I sometimes have reactions to things that are feminine, hence, in their mind, I am really a girl who wants to distance herself from the female gender altogether, and that they don't believe me.… Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 16, 2017

Reads: 121

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

The poem is self explained. Read More
Written on the 29/03/2017 Read More

Book / Young Adult

February 21, 2017

Reads: 205

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The A LGBTQ+ Library House

Andey Lochart enters his junior year of high school, pursuing a completely new life, new friends, a new name, and the current issue of his anxiety: a new gender. This is the story of his adventure in finding security, unconditional love, and friendship. He learns through this coming of age… Read More
all jace wanted was to be more masculine. he was too curvy, too thick, too feminine. he just hated his body, and he knew exactly what he wanted. and he would do anything to get it. Read More
This is a song about how the bad things that happen to us as children, as bad as they are and as scaring as they can be, we can all become stronger because of them. They are terrible and no one deserves them but we can all get at least… Read More
The story of my twin sister who died when I was 15, on the day I was born. Read More

Tags: transgender, lgbt

Chloe is a transgender woman who struggles with school and has an temper to boot but its all for a classmate she is madly in love with and obsessed with, now she will do anything for her senpai, this is the beginning of the deadly sickness that we call love. Read More
Her name was Randy, but that didn’t matter, because everyone at school called her “jungle girl” or “shadow” or “ape”. But one person called her “Forest”, because she had dyed her hair the color of summer leaves, and she had a personality as bright as a meadow full of wildflowers.… Read More
How shallow are we, if we become friends with those who are of a certain class? If we only become friends with those who are Hetrosexual? If we only accept those we wish to accept? If we only become friends with those who have lots of money and live in… Read More
She slaps me.It isn't something new.She is strict and I'm more of a rebel,so it isn't really surprising.When I went to a party,which she didn't allow me,she hit me.When I came home past curfew,she hit me.When she didn't know where I was and I didn't call her,she hit me.But I've… Read More
A short story that I wrote about a young Indian man hounded by inner conflict, completely consumed by the feeling of 'no way out'. Read More
I discuss my personal journey and related experiences which began as a child. The cost of transition financially, personal, socially and the endurance of daily insurmountable hate. Through out the book I debunk the myths and expose the lies being parroted by the public regarding Transgender/ Transsexual individuals. I use… Read More
Just a poem from the point of view of someone in a tough spot now a days Read More
After discovering the TERF (trans-exclusionary radical feminist) take on the "trans people using bathrooms" debate, I wrote this to educate people on why everyone should use the bathroom that matches their gender identity. Read More
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