Well darlin, the only way to know how he feels is to ask him yourself. It may not be an easy topic to confront him about. My advice would be to not be afraid to tell anyone who you are or who you want to be. No matter is you want to be a guy or not, everyone is unique in there own way. Don't hide who you are, set yourself free don't worry about what other people may think. Be who you want to be, don't change or pretend to be someone or hide who you are just so someone likes you.(Not for sure how to explain really)Be you, take hold of who you are. :)
be honest with him!! i wish i was a guy too. haha. but really, communicaton is the key to everything. he Should stay with you if he is respectful and accepting and caring, and if he doesnt, you can do better. stay true to yourself and be honest c:
Funny you say this, because my boyfriend is bisexual and told me he wants to be a girl.If you want to tell him I think it's important to mention that you love him, and still wanna be with him. but tell him your reasoning behind wanting to be a guy, but still show him you care. B
You could first bring up transgender people to see if he's transphobic or not, like Chaz Bono maybe? If he IS transphobic try to educate him and explain what it means, why it's ok, etc. and if he's cool with it or at least open to the idea then by all means ask him. Be patient, give him educational resources, answer questions. Some people can except those diversity more than others so I honestly don't know how it'll go. I myself am a 15 year old trans* kid who was assigned female at birth and I haven't come out to my family yet. If you ever want to talk please message me. It would be really cool to have a trans* friend my age!
that depends on the guy. you should make sure this is something you truly want though, that will really change the situation. if you truly are bisexual, than be honest. and make sure to make it clear that you would still like him. a lot of people confuse gender and sexuality, explain the difference to him when you have this talk.
best of luck!