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Guest post by "Rachel"
I had a curiously mixed reaction to puberty. Some of the changes, such as my voice and the little facial hair I got--didn't seem so bad at the time, because I didn't sound like a child anymore. (I hated my childhood and being a child). Only when I discovered that hormones couldn't reverse those changes did I come to curse them. 


I *did* hate the way hormones made me look, however--my features became less delicate, my nose huge (or so it seemed to me). In other words, I felt that puberty made me ugly. When one considers I wanted SRS from the moment I heard about it at age 14, that revulsion makes sense now--I hated looking masculine and longed for my old, more delicate (and therefore, more feminine) features.