Not gonna lie, that sounds pretty crazy. Maybe you could somehow amputate it and then donate the foot to someone who lost theirs? Is that possible? But get some help from a psychologist or something first before you cut off anything.
Yiiikes...... I don't think you really would want your foot to be amputated. I mean, you might, but in the long run, it's just gonna cause trouble. Just not a good idea in general.
There's no shame in this, not at all. It's Body Dysmorphic Condition, and is the same condition that causes some people to be anorexic or bulimic. It's a belief that you're currently "wrong". Going to a surgeon and a psychologist, and having anything you choose to have done done in a professional way is of paramount importance. I realise it can make you feel disgusting to have feelings like this, but you shouldn't. My advice is to look the condition up to see if it really applies to you, and if it does, go to someone you trust with that information.
This is a completely normal condition and many people have gotten permission to remove limbs, my mother watched a documentary about it, maybe if you watch it it might help you decide whether you really want to go through with this. I would say that you should be happy the way you are, but what I really want is for you to do the right thing for YOU, and do it in the safest way possible. Wait until your eighteen if you aren't yet, make sure it's legal where you live, find a willing, experienced doctor. Don't try and create and accident, some others have, and they have died. I forget the name of the documentary but I'm sure if you looked you could find it. Hope this helps.
"Whole" directed by Melody Gilbert, released in 2003
Random, but I like your name. :D
Thank you, It's my derby name =)
I really don't like it when people say things like this. There are people who are legitimately born the wrong sex and there are people who don't really want their right foot(or feel they were the wrong race, species etc).
Don't be stupid and amputate it or anything. go out and volunteer somewhere, help people. spend some time around real problems and then see if you really feel bad for yourself for having a working body.
I believe it's called BIID (Body Integrity Identity Disorder).
If that's what you really want, try looking for Internet support groups (I know there are some). Just don't do anything to your foot to have it amputated, please. Legs are cool.
I had a dream that I was getting my leg amputated.
Anyways this is where I say something about loving your body how it is and all that. So, um, yeah love your body appreciated what you have because others would love to have that foot.
um..I am not sure what to say ...just don't amputate it? because if your right leg is fine, you should keep it because legs help you walk and do all sorts of things.
Send me your foot when it's cut off. Frozen solid.
I'm making a foot dragon and not just any feet will do.
My sides are hurting from laughing so hard.
I know it wasn't the point of this secret, but as a brunette with glasses who's often struggled with image issues, thank you.
I'm a brunette and have glasses.... but I don't really understand your secret...
He's saying that, while he's always (pretty much) only liked brunettes with glasses (as in girls), he also likes said guy who's his friend or some random dude. Yeah. I hope that made sense.
;D I have dirty blonde hair and glasses.
I think that sexuality isn't meshed into categories - heterosexual, bisexual, pansexual, homosexual, asexual, etc. etc. I think that it's more of a spectrum, and that everyone is somewhere in between. Some people, like myself, may be leaning way towards the heterosexual side of the spectrum, and some might be off at the far end of the homosexual side. It's different for everyone, but very few are strictly straight or strictly gay.
For you, you may be a heterosexual, but you can have homosexual tendencies. It doesn't necessarily mean that you're bisexual - in my opinion, you can still be a male heterosexual and like a guy. Or you could just be bisexual. I'm really not sure. But don't fret about labels or trying to fit yourself into a category, because they're just meaningless. Love whoever you want to love, and be sexually attracted to whoever the hell you want to be.
If OP actually told someone this, they'd probably just say it's a phase, but your explanation is much better than that. Just thought I'd tell you.
I agree. I know a woman in her 40's who had never had feelings for a woman her entire life. About three years ago she randomly fell in love with a woman, and they are now married.
Okay so you're bisexual. Jeez.
So are you bi or is this guy an exception?
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