Hey. So, this is the main reason why I joined this forum. You can answer if you want, or if you have any helpful advice, but this is also just a bit of an outlet to vent for myself. I really can't discern whether or not I am transgender. I currently identify as a woman and have little issue with that inherently, though I always have this feeling of exhilaration and excitement when I imagine myself as a man. For one, when I was younger, I absolutely loathed feminine dress; for example, like how most parents threaten kids with grounding or taking away toys to get them to behave, my parents threatened to put me in dresses and frilly things - and it worked. Being put in a dress was my biggest fear. I always identified more with the male characters in shows and books I read. I used to be obsessed with those "Which Character are You?" quizzes for the shows, movies, and books I was into, and whenever I got a male character as my answer, I felt thrilled. I've also been told several times I'd make an attractive man, and I took it as a high complement. Other things that have me questioning my gender are my dress and mannerisms; I tend to "sit like a man", at least from what I've been told and what I've observed, but that has never been an issue for me. Even though in today's world, hair is seen as a less defining thing for one's gender expression, I had always felt extremely uncomfortable with longer hair, and after I cut it short (pixie cut short), I've never felt more myself. The one thing that confuses me is that I have no dysphoria when it comes to my body. I wasn't displeased with puberty in the slightest; granted, I wasn't excited either, it was more of just this thing I observed happening to my body. I don't get anxiety seeing my breasts, and I don't get uncomfortable seeing my genitalia. However, that being said, I *do* have a very tiny chest (I barely fill an A cup), and I have never once wanted or considered augmentation surgery, or envied women with bigger chests. Am I transgender? Or am I just a tomboy/gender non-conforming? Being called 'he' and 'man' does make me a bit uncomfortable, but I can't tell if that's because I don't identify as male, or if I feel uncomfortable looking at my body pre-transition and calling it male. I've been questioning this for six years now, and I have to say, I've only gotten more confused.