Am I Transgender? Quiz
Are you in doubt of your gender? You are far from alone.
This quiz will help answer your big question: “Am I transgender?” and “how do i know if i am transgender?”.
On this page, you’ll also find a helpful FAQ to answer popular transgender questions.
FAQ For The “Am I Transgender Quiz”
How Can I Be Sure That I Am Transgender?
The only way to be sure about your gender identity is to explore it. Instead of worrying about your identity right now, start expressing yourself in ways that make sense to you, regardless of your gender.
What Is Gender Dysphoria?
Gender Dysphoria is the emotional pain and distress that many transgenders and non-binary individuals experience because of the mismatch between their biological sex and perceived gender identity.
What Causes Gender Dysphoria?
Both genetic and environmental factors can contribute to gender dysphoria.
Can I Have A Gender Identity That Is Neither Masculine Nor Feminine?
Yes. There are many non-binary gender identities on the gender spectrum, including agender, bigender, genderfluid, etc.
What Is Gender Non-Conforming?
Gender Non-conforming individuals feel that their gender identities don’t conform to society’s concepts of gender.
How Long Does Transitioning Take?
Complete transitioning to the opposite gender can take several months or years. Many transgender individuals continue to take hormone therapy for the others of their life.
Is This A Professional Transgender Test?
This quiz is not medically approved and should not be considered a professional opinion. It is merely a potential indication of gender.
How To Come Out As A Transgender?
There is no easy way to come out as a transgender. Just describe your feelings honestly and give the people you love some time to process the information. Also, please consider working with a gender-affirming therapist if you need help with coming out as a transgender.
A Word Of Advice From Other Transgenders That Were Gender Questioning
It can be daunting and emotional to go through gender dysphoria or be gender confused. But it’s oh so important to listen to yourself and be willing to take a risk if you get to the point of feeling confident of what your gender should be.
Don’t rush the decision, give some time. Start out with things that are temporary and private. This could trying on clothing from the opposite sex or doing your hair in a certain way.
Don’t let your mental health take a hit, there is no shame in going to any of the professionals. In fact, there are a lot like you that have gone through these stages of doubt and confusion, many of which have turned to therapists specialized in helping with this specific dilemma.
Once you start being more confident and having talked to the right type of professionals you can try HRT or other transitioning surgeries.
At the end of the day, not understanding your gender doesn’t mean you are transgender. It’s not black and white as there are so many variations of this. It could be for example you’d just like to cross dress once in a while.
Here are some stories from real transgenders. See if they help you make sense of your gender identity.