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I was told to be a man, "You cry way to much." "You're acting like a girl." "Other boys wouldn't." This and so much more, It hurt, years on end. And it took some time, But soon I realized,
Everytime I see the doctor, I pretend to be who they want me to, Or who they think I am. For I know if I tell them, They'd invalidate me instead: "You are female." "Forget about it."