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S’PORE MAN FOUND OUT HIS SIAM BU GF OF 3 YEARS IS A SIAM BOY

Living in Singapore, I never expected to find love as I was always a timid guy in secondary school. But fate had other plans for me when I met my girlfriend, Jia, three years ago. She was everything I had ever wanted – kind, intelligent, and beautiful. We quickly fell in love and began a journey that I thought would lead us to happily ever after.

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But little did I know, our relationship was about to take an unexpected turn.

It was a typical Saturday night and Jia and I were out on a date, enjoying each other’s company. As we strolled through the busy streets, Jia suddenly stopped and turned to me with a serious expression.

“I have something important to tell you,” she said, her voice trembling slightly.

I could tell that whatever she had to say was weighing heavily on her heart. I took her hand and urged her to continue.

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“I…I am not who you think I am,” she said hesitantly.

My mind raced with all sorts of possibilities. Was she someone else in disguise? Did she have a secret past? But nothing could have prepared me for what she said next. Somehow deep down i knew.

“I am a boy,” she finally confessed, her eyes filled with tears.

My heart stopped for a moment as I processed her words.

Jia went on to explain that she was born a male but had always identified as a female. She had gone through hormone therapy and gender reassignment surgery to become the woman she always felt she was. She had kept this a secret from me because she was afraid of how I would react.

I was speechless. A million thoughts ran through my mind in that moment – confusion, anger, hurt. But amidst all of that, one thing remained constant – my love for Jia. I knew that this revelation did not change who she was as a person, and I was determined to support her no matter what.

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Jia’s fears were quickly put to rest as I embraced her and told her that I loved her for who she was, not for her gender. It was a difficult conversation, but it brought us closer together.

We spent the rest of the night talking and I learned more about Jia’s journey and the challenges she had faced. I was in awe of her strength and bravery. It was a side of her that I had never seen before, and it only made me love her more.

After we parted, I knew I could not accept it. Now I don’t know what to do. How can something so wrong feel so right?

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