Yep I’m short, (5’3) but That doesn’t make me any less of the man that I am! Height dysphoria has been 1 of the biggest struggles in my life. I don’t think I will ever loose this insecurity. How ever the more I learn to accept my height, the more confident and secure I will become! Height is something that humans cannot physically change, and that’s okay! If someone wants to judge me based on measurements, then that is completely their twisted issue. Sometimes I poke fun at my height, but I stay aware of when the joke is taken too far. 🧐 When feeling dysphoric always try to Immediately shift your thoughts to what you like about yourself. For example, if a random man is towering over me in public and It triggers me to think, “wow I am so short compared to him...this doesn’t feel good in this moment.” I then have the choice to counter that and say, “well it is what it is, and there’s nothing I can do to change it! On the bright side, I like how I’m finally at home in my body, + I love my facial hair, my clothing style, my open mindedness about society and life, etc! Distract your insecurities! You have a 24/7 positive life coach in your head and that’s you. Also think about who in your life loves you for who you are no matter what shape or size you may be! In an Anxiety ridden situation think of securing, comforting thoughts.
Also, swipe to see some photos of some very well known men who are also on the shorter side! Not to compare yourself to them, instead it’s meant to help you feel less alone and more confident. 👊🏼 -
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