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Increased HRT dosage. DISO: Boobs by Hannah Chumblebudging - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 14:19:24 EST ID:Xh+pcxtn No.381894 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So my doc just increased my estradiol dosage. Doubled it, in fact, from 3-6mg. How long should I expect before noticing any effects from the increase, specifically in boob/butt department (I need all the help I can get)? It took a good month for me to begin noticing anything when I initially started about 9 months ago, but now my body is already (or should be) full of female hormones--I'm just going to be getting more of them. Does that make any difference in the timeline?
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Wesley Gooddock - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 22:11:47 EST ID:Kcc8+NZ7 No.381901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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From my own observation, individual people's bodies respond very differently to hormones, so I'm not sure you could get an accurate answer as for your own timeline. For example: genetically, my entire family is skeletons, myself included - we're just not inclined to store fat. So I've only gained about 1 pound (maybe not even that) since I first started hormones 3 months ago. I've been eating triple my total daily expenditure of calories, and yet I constantly weigh in at only 110lbs (I'm 5'6"). I've given up on things improving, and I'm pretty much living off of emotional inertia right now. When I run out of momentum, I'll very likely end up killing myself.

Point is, it's extremely different for everyone. The increase in dosage might accelerate development for you, or it might do nothing at all. If you want to get an estimate though, you could try talking to the doctor that's prescribing you the hormones.


Sweet Passing thread brah? by Simon Turveyham - Tue, 04 Nov 2014 15:37:50 EST ID:S34Rlmli No.380446 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Another passing thread, what am I at now?
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Albert Grandhood - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 06:40:15 EST ID:U6aI8sTI No.381882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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#2
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Hedda Sinderbury - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 09:08:58 EST ID:pwd2Onfb No.381890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381881
hey guys why is this cute cis girl posting on /cd/?
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Charles Gebbleson - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 13:30:54 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.381892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>381881
>>381882
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Simon Birringstone - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 17:41:39 EST ID:s5AV9Dcp No.381897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381881
>>381882
you've known you were super cute and passing for years!
anyway, if you want to get even ~MORE~ perfect you could get something done to your forehead, I guess?
but you're a really attractive woman, so I don't know what the point of that would be really.
you've been on hrt since 2010-ish right? Have your boobs gotten to tanner stage IV or V yet?
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Fucking Gemmlepad - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 19:53:43 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.381900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381897
i think she passes but chin and brow would help, maybe nose? unsure. looks good either way


Hit and Miss by Rebecca Sandermore - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 21:22:23 EST ID:XoNxzSfZ No.381741 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Mia is a pre-op transsexual contract killer whose life is changed when she hears from her ex, who reveals that she's dying and that Mia has a son.

I hate most transgendered characters on film and t.v. But this one. Wow. I've never seen the emotional turmoil, conflict, pain, hopes, dreams, aspirations, and desires of a transgendered character written like this before. I bonded with this character on a level few of any type have since I was a young teen. This honestly is probably the best character to watch if you want to understand the life of a transgendered person.

Whiny bitches.
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Jarvis Shakelock - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 18:59:15 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.381821 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381817
http://www.thetaskforce.org/static_html/downloads/reports/reports/ntds_full.pdf

have fun weeding the denial out of your mind
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Charles Socklebutch - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 21:47:39 EST ID:PQsqfShD No.381824 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381821
I thought we would live longer because testosterone leads to more heart and cvd problems. And prostate cancer
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Nigel Wuckleban - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 01:39:58 EST ID:Y904Sm6G No.381831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I actually liked this series.
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Phoebe Simmerforth - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 04:39:38 EST ID:sFxbTFqp No.381877 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've always wondered how old the character in the show is and at what age the transition started
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Augustus Desslewater - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 19:41:54 EST ID:bklRniMS No.381899 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Mia is a pre-op transsexual contract killer whose life is changed when she hears from her ex, who reveals that she's dying and that Mia has a son.

Sounds like a half-ripoff of "All About My Mother" by Almodovar.


The expert tape by Simon Birringstone - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 06:04:40 EST ID:s5AV9Dcp No.381880 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do you tape/tuck?
i can put my dick between my legs, thats easy.
but how do I tape it up so that it's invisible AND I can still pee
because even though it's between my legs, I still have.....a sort of buldge beneath me/in between my legs, and my penis also sort of curves to one side always, so it isn't centered, and it looks weird.
i want to be able to wear jeans this tight and leggings, and ass shorts and it not look weird.
I want it to look like I have a vagina, basically......

I want the kind of master tape/tuck that carmen pulls off here.
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Esther Lightshit - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 06:49:40 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.381883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381880
No way to pee. The upper bulge gets smaller as testes shrink, i think
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Emma Goodwell - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 08:07:05 EST ID:Ut7wELB/ No.381886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381880

Tbh i dont tuck, i dont really have a buldge due to hormones shrinking everything for me.

But there are lots of different ways, the one in picture you posted is easy, she just tucked her balls and then put on that metal thing, looks super uncomfy though.

It generally goes like this, lay on your back, push testes up into the place they dropped from, pull penis inbetween your legs, use medical tape. or something like that. Keep the tape with you so that when you do go to the toilet you can re-tape or if it untucks you can re-tape. Generally you should only be tucking for short periods of time and only if you are wearing tight clothes, if you're wearing skirts or a dress you shouldnt need to tuck.

hope i helped?
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Simon Birringstone - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 08:20:02 EST ID:s5AV9Dcp No.381889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381883
I don't know if I follow you
>381886
I have a large penis, and hormones haven't really changed that....it's smaller than it was before, but still kinda big.

thanks for trying to help, but thats not useful at all really.
Honestly, my problem is that I don't know how to place the tape, and whatnot.
I've gotten close a few times, but as i said, the actual shaft part is always trying to go to one side, and I can ever get it to stay flat and centered between my legs.
but i also don't know how to place the tape on my body to get it todo what I want.
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Charles Gebbleson - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 13:33:52 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.381893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381880
>buldge beneath/between legs
>dick curves sideways like a goddamn banana so it won't stay centered

Are you me? ;__;
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Simon Birringstone - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 17:43:11 EST ID:s5AV9Dcp No.381898 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381893
m-maybe ;----;
if i was a cis-male I'd be in good shape, but i'm not ;---;


Protecting confused people by Emma Soddledadging - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 00:59:01 EST ID:RnQKhr1e No.381793 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I believe that there are people out there who were born in the wrong body, but I also know there are a lot of depressed and confused people out there who are looking for guidence. How do you help the people who are honestly transgender without ruining and leading astray lost people?

Psychiatrists tend to me some of the worst people around and aren't exactly conservative when it comes to prescribing drugs. I remember trying to get some addy IR from one. He knew I didn't have ADD because I just told him straight up I want something to help me study, and "aderall seems to work well for me" implying that I have already illegally used the meds he is going to supply me. I am 16 at the time and he says yes, then comes up with this brilliant amount of BS to tell my mom. He says things like "well your son might have this form of ADD that doesn't show up on normal ADD tests, and isn't fully obvious". I was able to get a lot of XR, but I wanted IR so I told him that it was giving me sleeping problems hoping that he would give me some IR instead. He instead offered to prescribe me sleeping pills. I know people who are now drug addicts because of them and their liberal prescribing practices.

I have never been to one that specializes in gender idenity issues, but I am assuming they are the same way. What is going to stop misguided people from being lead down a crazy path that ends with them mutilating their bodies?

I am not trans, but I did have some identity issues growing up. I can point to several instances where I displayed a longing for things like long hair, makeup, dresses, ect. After going through puberty those behavors went away and I am now fully a man. I am afraid to think what would of happened if these behavors were interperted as a transgender thing, and I was given hormone blockers or something else that would of fucked up my life.

What are your thoughts?
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Frederick Gosslekodge - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 00:14:15 EST ID:jvZSB8aO No.381829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381793
Everyone is different, your therapist was trying to help you study, you were obviously brazen enough to flat out ask him to lie for you and he did.

Transgender therapists shouldnt say "you are trans" or "you arent trans" because the fact that people question their own gender identity makes them trans, What they are there to determine is if you are sound of mind and responsible enough to make life choices. if you have other problems or seem unsure of yourself they will milk you.

I didnt need a therapist to help me sort out my crap, because i had been dealing with my identity issues since i was 13, i walked into the therapists office and was like "this is who i am, this is what im planning to do, this is what i need to achieve it" and they gave me a letter of recomendation.

You seem to be confused that therapists or psychologists have some kind of special powers that allow you to do this and that, they are everyday people like you and i, if you ask for help and they can, then they probably will.

So again, that therapist was helping you out and you're just being a typical rat, you wanted help and they could probably empathise when they used adderal during college.
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Betsy Churringtare - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 23:14:09 EST ID:CcWaSxtu No.381862 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381829

what this person said.

therapists dont say you are trans, they will either agree with your version of events of ask you more and more questions aimed at making you doubt yourself and ultimately accepting you arent.

therapists never give you advice lol theyre just gatekeepers.

you're lucky you had one nice enough to help you with that, very lucky. most therapists are very hardlined about that stuff.
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Hamilton Dinderridge - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 23:44:46 EST ID:PfypTftu No.381876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The risk of a non-trans person transitioning is nonexistent. I take estrogen because I want a female body, and if I weren't taking the shit I'm taking, my life would suck. If someone took estrogen without the desire to live as a girl it might not turn out so well, but that never happens because nobody wants to transition to a gender they don't feel comfortable existing in.
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Emma Goodwell - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 08:18:40 EST ID:Ut7wELB/ No.381888 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381876

Actually you are wrong, lots of people transition to a gender they are not comfortable living/existing in.

They generally transition for a couple of years then when all the magic and wonder dwindles and they are left with an ordinary boring life they started with they quit.

Some people just do it for the thrills, this is why Real life experience existed, because of the amount of law suits that occured in the early 90's, heck some places even got so sued that it scared doctors into not wanting to do trans things because its basically a 50/50.

Not saying its always the case, its just plausible to expect some people to be confused as fuck, and the problem generally stems from people being confused and then they get egged on by the community giving them all this special attention.

So yeah, lots of people transition when they arent comfy living in that sex. but there is also a lot of people who do transition and love it. You mostly hear about the people who love transition, because well, saying you changed sex and then changed back is kind of embarassing, dont you think?
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Basil Turveydale - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 16:50:43 EST ID:vztj/lKp No.381896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381888
Bullshit. There isn't a single shred of evidence suggesting that detransition rates are higher than 1-2%) tops and in almost every single case i've seen it was the result of trauma or transphobia.


Based trap by Simon Blimmerhore - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 09:37:12 EST ID:qNYt1G+G No.381891 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you know about the PartialAutist trap?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3iap4yJUVM
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Esther Lightshit - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 15:41:50 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.381895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381891
rofl that was retarded


Corsets/Waist training by Cyril Fuckingfoot - Sun, 23 Nov 2014 03:46:17 EST ID:wSz8cwam No.380993 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm 9 months on hrt, and I have absolutely no waist whatsoever.
I want create one via usage of a corset.
what do I need to know, what should I be looking for, how much am I going to need to spend, is there anything anyone else recommends, etc etc

a noteworthy waist will make up for my lack of hips and breast
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Martin Chiddleshit - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 12:26:16 EST ID:e3iWttpq No.381872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381871
fat grafts or hip implants would give the illusion of a smaller waist.
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Samuel Nonderhall - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 13:08:06 EST ID:YjqNPrq+ No.381873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381872
well, there are like ribs removal surgery, and fat liposactions
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Simon Birringstone - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 05:53:13 EST ID:s5AV9Dcp No.381879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381867
23 hours a day for what length of time though?
Does it not eventually change the body?
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Esther Lightshit - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 06:50:24 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.381884 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381879
For forever.. If you stop wearing them, your body will go back to the way it was before..
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Simon Turveyshit - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 06:55:29 EST ID:dXjxYlXV No.381885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381884
From what I've heard most of it will indeed revert (slowly), but some changes are permanent eventually. After a year some changes are supposedly permanent.


Prescription For HRT Online? by Charles Wummersuck - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 05:25:28 EST ID:QO1UgWlp No.381878 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What sites allow you to order meds for MtF meds WITHOUT a prescription?

I've read a lot of inconsistent things on which sites do not require one, and want to clear it up. I also am looking for the most cost effective site, as I don't want to go too broke from ordering them.

I'm finally able to go forward with my transition. Any help is appreciated!
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Emma Goodwell - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 08:09:58 EST ID:Ut7wELB/ No.381887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381878

ALL sites require a prescription, online pharmacies are required to ask for prescription when selling prescription drugs. however some sites are just too lazy to chase you around and some sites just like milking the trans community.

So Lurk Moar, Lurk more than 5 minutes, and you'll figure it out.


Voice by Phyllis Bingerworth - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 01:16:54 EST ID:kIdgHiJn No.375564 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I tried to look up youtube videos of how to change my voice, but I am just confused and have no idea what I am looking for. Does anybody have any recommendations? The only thing I have managed to figure out is that I gotta reach a falsetto?
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John Settingmick - Thu, 13 Nov 2014 18:26:25 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.380726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When I hold my adam's apple up and talk, it doesn't sound different. If I try really hard and swallow twice in a row and talk, i really feel something different and it sounds a little weird, is this where I'm supposed to be? I've only been training for a week and I still need more guidance to good resources.
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George Hinninglag - Fri, 14 Nov 2014 01:59:20 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.380733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380726
You're not supposed to hold your Adam's apple, holy shit
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Nigger Tootwell - Fri, 14 Nov 2014 02:54:11 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.380736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380733
With the muscles, I mean.
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Lydia Carryben - Fri, 14 Nov 2014 12:35:51 EST ID:NVWTP9nw No.380746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380736
You need to train your muscles and get control of them for longer than a week before you will really be able to do it well. Unless you are like a voice muscle control prodigy. You need to do a combo of muscle control and breath control. I am still workin on it though. So ain't no magic advice here.
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Isabella Goodville - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 09:16:37 EST ID:UE5qjT0N No.381868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://www.askkatheperez.com/

Bunch of free articles by the woman who does that paid program
might be helpful, I haven't looked at them yet


Testosterone levels post-op? by Thomas Drottingsere - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 20:03:00 EST ID:kbhwxnNd No.381859 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I had an orchiectomy a few months ago, and that's nice, but still something has been making me paranoid. I expected that the removal of the testes would mean I wouldn't have to take anti-androgens anymore, but apparently I may be wrong?

I've been reading some stories around about adrenal androgens ramping up post-op, to a point where some people even masculinize after surgery. Now, these instances may be rarer than they look, but the idea of this happening to me has freaked me out, to the point I've still been taking Spiro even though I'd rather be without it...

Is anyone here post-op? Anyone have any experiences? My doctors did blood tests two weeks after surgery and things looked fine, but... Still worried.
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Barnaby Pozzlestick - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 20:44:13 EST ID:7YPMz8WU No.381860 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381859
If your hormone levels look right, you should be fine. I had the same concern until I saw my tests results say that was close to nil testosterone in my system.
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Thomas Drottingsere - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 03:52:57 EST ID:kbhwxnNd No.381864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381860
Thank you for replying.

If I may ask, have you now dropped Spiro? Also, how long ago was your surgery? Have you had any hormonal changes since then?

Sorry to be so annoying, but this has just all left me very anxious the last few days, and my next endo appointment is a month away so getting a blood test order is out of the question for now...
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Reuben Choblingspear - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 04:24:18 EST ID:qYWiq64t No.381865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381859
there is a pretty easy rule for that:
if you have been tkaing aa for a short time before surgery you should continue them if needed for maybe 2-3 months or something if your bloodtest comes back high T.
Thats extremely rare though. and basically doesnt happen with most decent surgeon at all. I suggest playing the lottery if this happens to you.

Now lets assume you had extremely bad luck in this case and this happens to you: rather sooner than later, your T level WILL drop to the lowest possible point (natal females have 40-90, you will have around 15 of I forgot the unit. males have 300-700) mor or less. It is literally impossible to have less T in your blood.

What happens if your T level rise after op?

They rise immediately or in a very short time, due to it being a direct reaction of your body to the unusual drop of T levels. If after two weeks you do not have high T, its practcally impossible. My doctors didnt even test me for that initially . they just tested my liver like 3,5 months after the surgery because I was swallowing fucktons of meds.
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Albert Sicklenidge - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 17:06:30 EST ID:0Q1sfDP1 No.381874 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381865
I think the roof of T for women is actually something like 60, not 90. But anyway...

Finally got a test script from my doctor (called it in) so there's that. Just been especially paranoid since last week I did a trial of just one 100mg pill a day and I swear my passing voice has dropped slightly since then. May be my OCD though... I don't know if adrenal androgens would rebound that quickly or aggressively anyway. I hope not...

Thanks again for the responses everyone.


Plens by Hamilton Figgleshit - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 04:04:16 EST ID:PYsSrH10 No.381592 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's your plan to ensure the greatest possibly of a comfortable life and to avoid becoming an unemployable wreck?
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Nigger Serringbanks - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 02:49:24 EST ID:3e+hxjtu No.381801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381800
Dont be so fucking coy, shes a prostitute and you know it.
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Jarvis Shakelock - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 03:29:14 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.381802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381801
I actually think it's rather fun.
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Eliza Buzzdale - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 14:13:34 EST ID:Io2EZY6T No.381809 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381801
Another plus about being stealth: Doesn't have to be associated with the kind of people who think prostitution is a "fun job".

Seriously, why is every other trans person a pervert?


>>381800
>What's a fun job?
>What's a fun job that pays well?
Those aren't always that easy to combine.

I work at a vintage clothing store. It doesn't really pay that well, but it's a ton of fun.

I get to work with something I love, and I really enjoy it there since no one knows about my past. It pays for transition well enough, so I don't really feel any hurry to look for greener pastures just yet.
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Jenny Pennerlidge - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 22:47:05 EST ID:PYsSrH10 No.381861 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Given that almost every prospective employer in the US runs a background check it's actually impossible to be 100% 'stealth' right? Even then, name changes are public record so anyone with the will has a way to out you.
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Cyril Membleline - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 00:39:33 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.381863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381809
I dunno, why is every other transperson a self hating judgmental shut in? :3


Cheapest place to get FFS by Whitey Brombleshit - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 03:29:39 EST ID:u5QjDlNC No.381724 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Where can you get FFS done for the least amount of money? And I mean by a professional >.>
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Rebecca Bammerham - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 18:37:27 EST ID:2z4o0Zjp No.381819 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381789
What's wrong with Zukowski? I keep hearing mixed things about him.
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Edward Smallfuck - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 14:11:31 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.381851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381819
Some of his patients end up looking real weird, I hear.
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Cyril Murdlock - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 14:30:24 EST ID:9SiHVnDn No.381852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381851

Some end up looking dead.
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Edward Smallfuck - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 15:23:00 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.381855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381852
Oh, didn't one die after the surgery? Forgot about that. Don't think it was his fault, though. Maybe. Maybe they should have had someone give her a checkup for her heart condition or whatever, I have no idea.

On topic, is Bart a good choice? Live on the west coast so he's a bit farther off, but he seems reliable and cheaper than Spiegel, etc. Only recently started looking into doctors so don't know for sure. I mainly want to go for jaw stuff. I saw his portfolio and there was a girl with a jaw like me and they ended up great.
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Angus Dipperway - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 15:47:34 EST ID:NdmBrf/Z No.381856 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i can vouch for dimaggio, GF had her FFS done with him. Great after-care, amazing results. Pretty cheap too.


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