Transgender tween talks dating

But there's no way that's happening - I'm too happy as a girl.I love experimenting with different hair styles and going clothes shopping.'An advocate of transgender rights, Jazz's campaigning work has led her to meet a host of stars including Laverne Cox, the transgender star of Orange is the new Black and Hollywood A-Lister Jennifer Lawrence.It reminds me I wasn't born in a female body.'It was hard at first, but we saw how much happier she was living as a girl. But there's a wonderful person with us now and Jazz knows how special she is.'Miss Jennings said: 'The doctor showed me male and female dolls and asked me to point to which one I was. I was the youngest patient the paediatrician had seen.''It was such a relief,' she said.

Miss Jennings, who has twin older brothers, Sander and Griffin, both 16, and a sister Ari, 19, has 'longed to be a girl' for as long as she can remember and has never referred to herself as a boy.

And therefore not many guys have crushes on me, at least at my school.

They think that if they like me they’ll be called gay by their friends because they like another ‘boy,’” Jennings continued in the interview.

As a 15-year-old teenage girl, I can attest to the fact that boys dominate most conversations between girls my age.

It's something I dream of, something I want to feel.