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How comfortable and secure are you with your body?

I'm female and comfortable and secure with all of my body, including my sexual anatomy.
18% (401 votes)
I'm male and comfortable and secure with all of my body, including my sexual anatomy.
20% (448 votes)
I'm transgender, intersex or genderqueer and comfortable and secure with all of my body, including my sexual anatomy.
1% (20 votes)
I'm female and comfortable and secure with my body overall, but not with my sexual anatomy.
8% (188 votes)
I'm male and comfortable and secure with my body overall, but not with my sexual anatomy.
3% (72 votes)
I'm transgender, intersex or genderqueer and comfortable and secure with my body overall, but not with my sexual anatomy.
1% (14 votes)
I'm female and comfortable and secure with my sexual anatomy, but not my body overall.
17% (389 votes)
I'm male and comfortable and secure with my sexual anatomy, but not my body overall.
5% (108 votes)
I'm transgender, intersex or genderqueer and comfortable and secure with my sexual anatomy, but not my body overall.
1% (13 votes)
I'm female and uncomfortable or insecure with my body, including my sexual anatomy.
20% (449 votes)
I'm male and uncomfortable or insecure with my body, including my sexual anatomy.
4% (89 votes)
I'm transgender, intersex or genderqueer and uncomfortable or insecure with my body, including my sexual anatomy.
2% (37 votes)
Total votes: 2228
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