How does abuse feel differently when experienced from another trans person?


Feel free to respond with as many or as few words as you'd like <3 Thank you all so much for your thoughtful responses in the last thread. As a CSA survivor myself (and then continuing my own cycles into adulthood), I'm thankful to be in community with you and find moments of resonance with feelings and thoughts that otherwise feel isolating. Experiencing abuse from another trans person was one of the hardest things I have dealt with. There was such a strong feeling of needing each other - moments of not having to explain myself, yet, so many more moments were of the opposite.


It was harder to seek support / be believed. [editing to delete potentially identifying details]

I've actually written extensively about my experiences and can share in DMs (only offering this to other trans male survivors, or the makers of the documentary)
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