I asked a few questions in this other thread, and it was recommended that I start a new thread as to not derail that one. To save time, I'll just link you to that thread, and copy&paste my post here:
The Wikipedia article that I referenced.I'm confused as to what your situation actually is... Maybe you can clarify... Are you saying that you're a male with homosexual tendencies? Where you actually born a female? Were you born with both male and female parts? From reading your post, it just sounds like you might be dealing with homosexuality, but please correct me/clarify if I'm wrong...
Also, I'm a bit confused over the ahadith Hamza posted on the first page... The ones referring to "mukhannath". I've never actually heard of the term before, but one of the Hadith you posted also refers to them as eunuchs... Is that what the term means? Is it also the OP's situation? I don't think he mentioned being a eunuch... Or is it maybe a reference to transgender women? Is that what the OP is talking about?
Again, I'd love some clarification on all this so that I could follow this thread more closely. It seems like an interesting and not often talked about subject...
EDIT: Wikipedia has confused me even further on the term "mukhannathun"... Here's what I found:
Analysis of Scholars
This curious fact about the early history of Islam did not escape the notice of Islamic scholars past and present.
According to the scholar and hadith collector An-Nawawi:
A mukhannath is the one ("male") who carries in his movements, in his appearance and in his language the characteristics of a woman. There are two types; the first is the one in whom these characteristics are innate, he did not put them on by himself, and therein is no guilt, no blame and no shame, as long as he does not perform any (illicit) act or exploit it for money (prostitution etc.). The second type acts like a woman out of immoral purposes and he is the sinner and blameworthy.
Furthermore there is the observation of Ibn Abd Al-Barr who was a contemporary of An-Nawawi:
The mukhannath is not only the one who is known to be promiscuous. The mukhannath is (also?) the one who looks so much like a woman physically that he resembles women in his softness, speech, appearance, accent and thinking. If he is like this, he would have no desire for women and he would not notice anything about them. This is one of those who have no interest in women who were permitted to enter upon women. "
In the current era, scholars in Iran, and Egypt have issued Fatwas supporting the right for those who fit the description of Mukhanathun to have sex reassignment surgery. In Pakistan to this day, there live Hijras. The Muslim Hijras have been known to refer to themselves as Mukhannathun when speaking Arabic.
The mukhannathun as a group do not fit neatly into any one of the prevailing categories of gender or sexuality used in the West at this time. While they were certainly not straight, it cannot be said that they were simply homosexual males. While they are gender variant, it seems that the intensity differs from one mukhannath to the next.
In "The Effeminates of Early Medina" Everett K. Rowson describes the very same Mukhanathun who appear in the Hadith, and who were companions of the prophet Muhammad. Rowson describes several other Mukhannathun who were contemporary to the Prophet Muhammad, in particular Tuways and Al-Dalal. Tuways was a talented musician and singer who lived to the age of 82. Tuways is known to have married and fathered children. From what is written, Al-Dalal clearly preferred men. Specifically it is written that though "Al-Dalal enjoyed women's social company any sexual demand made of her was in vain". Al-Dalal is said to have had a sexual encounter with a woman on her wedding night. Al-Dalal then later that same night had sexual relations with the groom. Similar stories exist about the other Mukhannathun of Medina. 
According to Imam Muhsin Hendricks:
Muhammad did deal with a group of effeminate men in Medina called “Mukhannathun”.However, while this group of Mukhannathun did possess qualities of modern gay men, it cannot be said that the Mukhannathun fully represent modern gay men, as they were involved in practices not common to contemporary gay men.
So it seems to be saying a lot of things... The definition seems to also be a little shaky, with it meaning anything from eunuch, to homosexual, to transgender... Can anyone shed more light on this stuff? Are we even qualified to be telling the OP about this?
EDIT #2: I realize that this post might run the risk of derailing this thread... If a mod feels that this would be better off as its own seperate thread, please feel free to move it. (Or just let me know, and I'll be glad to copy this and move it to a new thread myself.)
Hopefully someone with some knowledge on the matter can enlighten me on all this stuff... Thanks in advance.