I'll try to look into the radblr community for dysphoric women.>People don't like talking about women's bodies outside of sex and motherhood though, so if you don't want to have sex with men or be a mom, or you just don't value those things very highly, that might make you have gender dysphoria.
This is a great point, and thank you for the sex ED.
These are most likely a factor on my dysphoria, but I think the biggest part is that I think it looks awkward on my clothes. During sex, I also don't enjoy having my breasts touched very much, I find it a very vulnerable part of my body.
I don't have any problems with my vagina, I like having one, even.>Just try wearing masculine clothing made for women or more popular with women.
I wear baggy men's clothes only. Mostly sweatpants and cotton graphic tees. I'm a sperg and I don't enjoy fabrics like denim, leather, or wool. I'm in college for comp sci, and I will likely never have to wear a suit in my life.
I use a chest binder that's slightly loose, so I can wear it all day long without bruising or breathing issues.
I've been thinking about buying boxers, I love when pants are big on someone and their boxers' band shows a little. I think it is very attractive.
Thank you for your detailed response. I will try to look for an FTM guide to dressing or something similar, to get a boxier shape.