I'm a female-born and identified partner, wife, girlfriend, squeeze, lover—you name it—of a Transman (FTM). After spending his life stuck in the wrong body, he's transitioning to become the man he has always been. This is our journey from my point of view. Right now it's anonymous so if you know us, please respect that. But we both really appreciate comments.
For most of my adult life, I've been identified as a lesbian. I choose these words intentionally because I personally have never felt comfortable with labels. Mind you, I don't have anything against labels, per se. But none seemed to fit me well. While all of my relationships have been with women, I have had dalliances with men—and enjoyed them. So does that make me bisexual? I always thought so. But this issue has forced me to really explore my sexuality. It's way more complicated than I can get into in a post. But the weird thing will be when R starts passing. Will that make me straight? It probably will in the eyes of the world. And I think I'll be OK with that. But who really knows? I've grappled with identity my whole life and at my age (let's say I'm well past my 30s) I frankly don't really care anymore. At least not today.