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However, the dating pool is less than limited, because I'm the only "out" transgender girl in my school. Then unexpectedly, I get a text from an old friend. Because we were so young, I don't count him as my first real boyfriend. He flirtingly insisted that I bit him and that I tried to convince him my braces were to blame. It felt so awkward communicating with a teenage boy. During one of our conversations he asked me on a date. After all, he was a cis-boy; but just like in the past, he didn't care. This wasn't supposed to happen to me and I was out of my comfort zone. But he's one of those special human beings who looks at a person through his eyes and not those of his peers.I feel that there are others lurking, some may be stealth, while others just aren't ready to come out. I wasn't even a teenager, so in my book it technically can't be taken seriously. A few weeks went by where we communicated back and forth, and even Face Timed. Part of me wanted to crawl under a boulder but part of me was curious. He really doesn't care what anyone thinks, and told me that if he received some slack, it didn't matter because I was worth it. So, I took a chance, and I met him for a date at a butterfly park. My hands were sweating, my stomach was making horrible noises and my heart was pounding so much that I thought I was going to pass out.’ ‘You’re frustrating me,’ before bursting into tears.The new episodes see the teen make a trip to the doctors where she reveals how much she ‘definitely’ wants to undergo bottom surgery one day after she is told that the procedure is ‘feasible.’ However, a meeting with another doctor sees her get told that he ‘can’t do the surgery that you want,’ which leaves her looking disappointed.Jazz’s dad also suggested that she should consider the life-changing operation for after she finishes high school, to which she responded: ‘It is ultimately my decision.’ The inspirational teen first rose to prominence as a six-year-old when she appeared on TV with her family when they shed light on Jazz growing up with gender identity disorder.She’s since gone on to set up a foundation to help other trans children, co-written a children’s book, appeared in various commercials and had her own reality series, and inspired the first ever transgender doll.

“Everyone deserves to be loved.” In elementary school, it’s normal to get a friend to ask someone out for you.So, I've resigned myself to the fact that it will be awhile before I experience love. When his face popped up on the screen, I hardly recognized him at first. It didn't help that it was almost 100 degrees and I stupidly wore skinny jeans.His long locks were buzzed off, his face had lost its babyish features and he had the hint of a little mustache; more peach fuzz, I guess, but it hadn't been there four years earlier. I could tell he was nervous, too, as we awkwardly hugged. We reminisced, played with the butterflies and laughed a lot.Often, when a girl has a crush on a boy her friend will dare her to speak to him or ask for a pencil, or better yet, let him know that she has a crush. It happens thousands of times a day in the lives of teenagers everywhere. The game of cat and mouse has a whole new set of rules for a girl like me.Let's face it, your average straight cis-gender teenage boy isn't going to pursue a relationship with a trans-girl.

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