First, I would focus inward rather than outward.
Instead of comparing yourself to other people, and “societal norms” and attempting to give yourself a label, try instead to ask yourself what you want, what you like, where your passions lie, what you see for your future, etc.
If you don’t want children, for example, rather than finding menstruation annoying and a constant reminder of something you don’t want, you can choose to undergo one of many ways to supress it temporarily or permanently.
If you are unhappy with the way you look, you can alter your appearance.
If you are unhappy with your voice, you can change your pitch.
Most of all though, if your unhappiness stems with how other people are treating you, the first step is to change how you treat yourself. If you don’t like yourself, for whatever reason, other people will mirror that.
Originally Posted: https://www.quora.com/I-am-a-cis-girl-I-was-born-female-and-comfortably-present-myself-as-feminine-So-why-do-I-feel-angry-and-frustrated-with-having-lady-parts
Originally Posted On: 2016-01-31