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lgbt-wholock-idk  asked:

Hey. So. I recently came out a gender fluid to my boyfriend and my friends. And my boyfriend keeps acting weird when he says she and I go he today. He says he's not ok with me when I'm masculine he said he can't deal with it. I don't know what to do. He's not supportive with my decisions (like wearing boxers, not shaving at all, and that fact that I'm considering getting my hair cut to eat length). I know I should break up but I don't want to. It seems like such a harsh thing to do.

It’s definitely not a harsh thing to do. You deserve to be with someone who respects your identity. It isn’t harsh to cut toxic people out of your life - if he wants to be with you and is worth anything, he’ll change and accept you. Don’t sell yourself short, I’ve been in the same position where my partner would literally laugh at me when I brought up my gender and say he only saw me as a girl (I’m afab). I ignored it because I loved him but it’s extremely unhealthy to be in a relationship where the person doesn’t even respect you enough to use the right pronouns. Run far and fast. 

- Peach