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Slut thread by Whitey Gosslestock - Sun, 25 Jan 2015 08:01:45 EST ID:m+kHZnY0 No.382959 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Share your tails of skankery
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Doris Charringpure - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 17:16:08 EST ID:CcWaSxtu No.383042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382980
thankyou my day cannot be ruined now this is too good
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Nathaniel Snodstone - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 00:01:17 EST ID:e9mjG9U5 No.383055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I slept with my friend's cousin after talking to him for only a few hours. I was drunk and regretted it, I had all these terrible feelings about it the next day and it was a terrible way to lose my virginity. The next morning he even mentioned being in a relationship, so I gave him money for a cab and kicked him out. The worst part is I had a dinner date(also first one of my life) with a different dude lined up the night after, and my ass felt all used and there was a hickey on my neck that I had to cover up with makeup. If that evolved into more than just a date I would have felt awful.

The only slutty thing since then was that I ended up blowing my current boyfriend the day after we confessed liking each other. He deserved it.
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Basil Gacklewill - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 00:26:12 EST ID:rcERUGHv No.383058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383055
guy you jusf met wanted to sleep with a transsexual?
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Nathaniel Snodstone - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 01:20:11 EST ID:e9mjG9U5 No.383059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>383058

My friend told me he was bi(and not just in name, he slept around), and I get the feeling she told him about me.
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Nathaniel Pockson - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 04:11:40 EST ID:6RxeoHCD No.383062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Like two years ago (I was 23) I decided to take up some random person on Fetlife who offered to take me to a cabin that some other random person owned. I was talking to the first person for about two days and maybe sent a few messages to the other guy. Anyway the first guy was like 55 and a crossdresser, the second guy was like 65. They were planning to meet up but I got invited along and being young with some pretty feminine features compared to the 55 year old crossdresser the owner of the cabin seemed more interested in having me there. They said I wouldn't have to do anything I didn't want to, it was a cool cabin in the woods (50 miles away from home on the other side of Mt Rainier, I live in Washington state), and plus he had a hot tub so I thought it would make for an interesting trip.

Anyway the day came that we rode to the cabin, I drove with the crossdresser dude. He was actually a pretty cool guy, we both had pretty similar political views and made jokes about getting cut up into pieces and fed to bears by the cabin guy. He also said to just tell him if I am uncomfortable and he would help me out. We ended up taking the wrong road and got stopped by snow so we had to detour. He called the guy and the person said that he would have food for us when we got there. Anyway we eventually made it. When we got there turned out the person did not have food for us, he also seemed really high and reminded me of my brother in laws dad... which is really awkward since his dad is a pastor. But the guy showed us around and the crossdresser dude wanted to change.

This is where it started to get creepy, the guy showed me up to the guest bedroom. He had a robe for me to wear (possibly his wifes?) and told me to change. So he left and I got changed into my bathing suit, since we were going into a hot tub and all. He ended up coming upstairs and we like, "What's this?" than preceded to start removing my bathing suit. At the point the other dude was done getting dressed up. The owner of the cabin ended up going down on me in the guest room while the crossdresser stuck his junk in my face, it stunk and I felt weird but I went along with it cause in those situations I just freeze up and do it.…
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Questions about "gender" by Frederick Grandson - Fri, 23 Jan 2015 22:24:46 EST ID:ocxgRQwE No.382886 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey people,

I was hoping you could help me with something I've been thinking about for a while now. First I'll have to tell you I'm not that familiar with trans* things, but I've been reading about various issues, regarding what people call "gender". Please don't get mad at me, I'm actually curious and maybe misguided... Oh, and I'm a "cis" white heterosexual male, for all it entails.

Why bother with gender at all? I have a penis, thus I am a male. I sometimes wonder if i'd prefer changing sex, i.e. having a vagina instead, but I think I'd prefer having a penis. However, I don't consider myself a "man", the thought of what "gender" should I identify as never bugged me really. I was raised with two sisters, and played barbie and lego while young, I like things that some would consider frankly "girly", and some other stuff than could be considered "manly". But should this matter? Why would I have to identify as a particular gender? Can't I(we) be just human(s)?

I don't see the need for genders at all, and even if I recognize they are somehow important in our society, I think we just ought to get rid of those societal constructs. They're unneeded. People are either male or female, and this is only a difference in their genital areas. Shouldn't be anything else. You shouldn't consider yourself a "woman" if you like to wear dresses. Do you get my point?
I think the need to identify ourselves as a gender is actually holding us back, and enforcing those old standards of "a male should act manly and a woman should be feminine". I know a lot of you are fighting for destroying those old standards (and I'm on your side!), but I think gender is an outdated concept.

Hope I was clear enough, looking forward to answers that can enlighten me.
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Faggy Ganderbury - Mon, 26 Jan 2015 23:53:39 EST ID:Y7yajS0Z No.383012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383010
>"dysphoria" is usually much more severe for secondary sex characteristics
So, that's why you can "crossdress" or take hormones. It makes your body suits yourself a bit more, but also helps others see you as what you want to be. You want to be recognized as someone from a different sex you were born with. Things like judgment from others are really scary to me, but I guess it is also very important, as an human integrated in today's society. My utopia would have not to fear it altogether... but that's for another conversation, I guess.

>Feminism is pretty much sexist
It is TOTALLY sexist, by definition. Even though part of feminism is fighting sexism, ironically enough. Kind of like a lot of anti-racists movements are inherently racists.
I totally dislike even the word, that got defiled completely after the first wave anyway (imo). I think as a whole, it does brings up very important and alarming issues, but unfortunately those are drowned under the OCEAN of issues that simply don't exist, as you said. It's the same problem with the masculists as well. (funny how my spellchecker know 'feminist' but not 'masculist', btw)

>Feminism is wrong in it's gender theory.
I understand why you said I was under the "feminist religion" then. If we say gender is a set of behaviors, then of course we could teach them and cram that into anyone's head. But from what you said gender isn't about that at all...

I'm glad I understand all this a bit better now. The thing an anon said earlier:
>Just because you do not see the reason for a gender identities doesn't mean that they don't exist
makes more sense now, too. I'm not convinced genders are useless anymore; however, still set that this abundance of social norms, expectations is screwing us all, and should simply disappear. A more interesting discussion for you guys would be how to do that, fighting a useful fight, without having to deal with non-issues brought up all the time by various groups?
I don't really have any idea about it --guess I'll just comfort myself in my lack of hope for humanity and keep being a whiner :<.
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Samuel Clomblewater - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 15:38:35 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.383032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382886
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ravishly/neuroscience-proves-what-_b_6494820.html
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Ian Turveydale - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 19:14:54 EST ID:ngpLDhNp No.383047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There are no inborn identities, there is nothing wrong with that. TS people do not have to prove anything.
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Priscilla Honeyman - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 20:00:26 EST ID:Y7yajS0Z No.383048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383032
Wow, that's interesting. I was specifically reading about the differences in white and grey matter between sexes, and this makes a lot of sense now.
And this seems to happen very soon in life, as the paper cites: "hormonal environment during late prenatal and early postnatal brain development."
Now I can better understand why the dysphoria can occur... MtF would have a brain that is wired more closely to females, and the opposite for FtM. That'd explain the discomfort.

>>383047
Hey, don't interpret it like that, please. I'm just trying to understand what gender is exactly, and it seems I made some progress from the apparently "too feminist" view I had of the whole thing.
By no means I'm here to ask: "PLS PROVE YUR A GIRL ON THE INSIDE".
I'm really sorry if that's what you heard. I don't blame you, because a lot just think being trans* is a trend or a mental disease, which is silly beyond definition, and thus I have witnessed some trans people always reacting like you, on a defensive tone, without any real explanation. I sort of get how hard it is being a trans in today's society, but I think these types of replies aren't really improving your situation, or mutual understanding. I was fortunate enough to be able to discuss with people here that took the time to explain how they feel and how I was misguided on some points; I believe this is much more productive for everyone. Please don't dismiss anyone asking questions genuinely.
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Ian Turveydale - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 04:01:31 EST ID:ngpLDhNp No.383061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383048
It's all very simple, some boys are born more feminine than average, because there are no socially accepted role for them, they have to transition to womanhood to fit in. Like, we know not all boys who lost their cock when they circucised identify or transition to male, still all of them behave amsculine. People are never born with full identities, we build these by comparing ourselves to other people to find out who we are most like.


Feeling Like a Chaser at Supercuts by Emma Pittham - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 16:19:33 EST ID:wZkMW0b4 No.383036 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Be me 22 pre-transition go to supercuts (probably one of the worst choices for a haircut) see receptionist clock her as trans (adams apple muh forearms) give her my name go sit down get turned on exchange looks she smiles. There was also an older tanswoman there,who wasnt attractive.

>I feel like a creepy closeted gay chaser.

Previous to this I havent gotten turned on by anyone not a computer screen for at least four months. I've taking trazadone for sleeplessness and it seems to have curbed my sex drive significantly.

>Anyway I dont know why you girls hate chasers most of us are closet trans and are the men who wont beat you to death for the genetalia you have or had.
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Fuck Cickledut - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 16:57:43 EST ID:Jky7XUwv No.383038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You are kinda a chaser, you fetishized the trans chicks, dropped genitalia remarks indicating you just want at that dick. If you weren't a chaser you'd have found the trans chick pretty, then talked to her and decided you liked her based on personality or something else besides getting at dat dick.

I doubt most chasers are 'closet trans' since every trans I've met only dated alpha top males.
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Doris Charringpure - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 17:01:18 EST ID:CcWaSxtu No.383039 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383036
>> I dont know why you girls hate chasers most of us are closet trans
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Emma Pittham - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 17:32:43 EST ID:wZkMW0b4 No.383045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>383038
>You are kinda a chaser

Just kind of? Does it help that I like cis women as well.

>you fetishized the trans chicks
How so I found myself getting turned on withou even thinking about it. Thats called be sexually attracted to someone not fetishizing them.

>If you weren't a chaser you'd have found the trans chick pretty
I wasnt trying to get at the dick.
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Ernest Goggleham - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 17:53:48 EST ID:e7s5kx4a No.383046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383038
I was a chaser of sorts. I think a lot of closeted ppl are like this. Course im now only into alpha male tops, as you said : p
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Basil Driddleridge - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 00:04:32 EST ID:r7hVAppO No.383057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They actual stick a piece of Velcro on the inside of their visors to scratch their noses.

Fuckin' smart NASA motherfuckas be thinkin' of erry contingency.


SRS by James Brallyserk - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 00:03:03 EST ID:xLrjuslx No.383056 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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the future didn't want it
I was hoping to make a thread about SRS for people thinking of getting it or for people who have already had it to tell their experiences.

The thread could be about other surgeries, like FFS or metoidplasty too...

Posting SRS results:
http://www.supornclinic.com/restricted/SRS/Results.aspx
http://www.chet-plasticsurgery.com/sex-reassignment-surgery-example-result-by-dr-chettawut-case-1/
http://transsexualpostop.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/vaniity-danielle-foxxx-shemaleclub-03.jpg
http://carmenkaspar.com/photo/carmen-kasper-pics.jpg
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Wesley Clayforth - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 02:47:35 EST ID:m2TqfblP No.383060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383056

i like the Chettawut photo.


best self-med resources? by Caroline Somblestodge - Fri, 16 Jan 2015 01:42:44 EST ID:Pm3ex47z No.382681 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are some of the best online communities, guides, and other resources to aid in self-medding?

Thanks for any help, I'm asking for a friend who had no idea about anything - pic unrelated.
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Faggy Dunnerkack - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 01:34:28 EST ID:5ByD6x2P No.382719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>382681

>I'm asking for a friend

Sure, buddy. Be sure to remember that when "your friend" goes shopping for girl clothes.

"Uh, I need an outfit f-for a friend, s-she's about my size..."

kek
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Shit Tillingridge - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 16:20:22 EST ID:DmNEmum8 No.382739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382709
I posted this for you because you were asking me questions about self-medding and I had no idea what the answers were!
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Fanny Blizzlefig - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 05:16:23 EST ID:eRTUb+Kg No.382792 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382739

Did you guys get into a fight about this or what?
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David Wuffingsteck - Mon, 26 Jan 2015 22:05:34 EST ID:wn4uM7pu No.383008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382792
I don't condone fighting
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Basil Driddleridge - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 00:00:37 EST ID:r7hVAppO No.383054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ITT: OP doesn't understand anonymity.


Informed conset, self-medding, and hormone levels by Charlotte Bruzzlehood - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 05:56:16 EST ID:s5AV9Dcp No.383022 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, for those of us who are more or less on our own with hormones, how do you handle things?

I know that everyone is different, but do we have an guides re: where your levels should be, etc etc

I go to an informed consent clinic, so I get a prescription, and every few months I get my levels checked, but I'm starting to realize thats not really enough, and a year into HRT, I'm starting to wonder about my development and making sure I'm "on track".

For example, I'm only assigned 50MG spiro 2x a day, and a few weeks ago I started waking up with erections again, so I started take 3-4 aday instead of two (at the same time, I was out of estrogen for almost a month, so surely that had something to do with it also).

I've just been concerned about continued feminization, and not fucking myself up in some way, since the doctor just says "how do you feel? okay? good. here's a new script" and thats really not enough in this case, I don't think.

pic unrelated
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Doris Chadgeshaw - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 13:46:28 EST ID:dXjxYlXV No.383028 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383022
>every few months I get my levels checked, but I'm starting to realize thats not really enough
Why don't you discuss your levels with your doctor if they're off? If your T is way too high on paper, they probably will change your script easily.
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Doris Honeyfuck - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 16:39:06 EST ID:vmycqzXg No.383037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>383028
well, thats the thing, thus far it hasn't been high really.
I can't remember what my levels were in september (the last time I got checked)

But honestly, the doctor is just a gp, and he's not even really a trans specialist. If I ask him to change the script I'm sure he will, but it's up to ME knowing what I need, as opposed to him knowing...which is a pain in the ass, since I'm not a medical professional obviously, but yeah.
>>383025
>>383024
yeah, no orchie for me, because I want "proper" srs. it's not a bad idea though.

Supplementing with InHouse isn't unwise, I've been considering trying to switch to Cypro, since I don't think Sipro is all that good for me, one of the reasons my spiro dosage is what it is is because my blood pressure was super low or something, and my arms and legs fall asleep very often, and I'm pretty sure it's because of the spiro.

When I next get my bloods done, what should I ask for, and what should I be looking for?
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Doris Chadgeshaw - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 17:01:40 EST ID:dXjxYlXV No.383040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383037
>but it's up to ME knowing what I need
Purely for transition? Make sure your T and E are within normal female values and you're set.
For safety more tests are recommended, like liver, kidney, etc. But I assume your doctor will watch over the safety.
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Shitting Didgestone - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 17:24:27 EST ID:+ZxenSAW No.383043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Primarily, you want normal female hormone levels:
Estradiol: 30 to 400 pg/mL
Testosterone: 15 to 70 ng/dL
Prolactin: <30ng/mL.

Ex. for normal estradiol levels:
Follicular Phase 19-144 pg/mL
Mid-Cycle 64-357 pg/mL
Luteal Phase 56-214 pg/mL

Estradiol levels fluctuate heavily in women depending on cycles; if you look at many reputable sources, you'll see around 150-200pg/mL is average-ish and probably what you're looking for, but if it's a bit higher or lower it's ok. At 150-200pg/mL you are within a normal range of all cycles, while not being obscenely high.

Erections are not a good indicator of hormone levels. As long as your tests are within normal ranges, you are ok. Estradiol has a suppressing effect on testosterone, so, yes, going off of estrogen for a month would cause your testosterone to skyrocket. This is not a problem with your meds, but a problem with not taking them.

What you should be doing next depends entirely on your last blood test. Was your testosterone level above 70ng/dL? Was your estradiol level reasonable or only slightly low? Add a bit more spiro probably and wait -- since your estradiol will no longer have to compete with testosterone, this will also raise your estradiol level.
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Basil Driddleridge - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 23:58:02 EST ID:r7hVAppO No.383053 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383024

Orchi only makes sense for porn stars.


Gender identity by Sophie Buzzbanks - Sat, 24 Jan 2015 10:34:53 EST ID:Mod9kW2h No.382902 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you believe the traditional transsexual narrative there is an inborn gender identity? Why or why not?
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Ernest Goggleham - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 13:13:05 EST ID:e7s5kx4a No.383026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383017
Well im trans. I just don't think its some immutable condition
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Edward Clayshit - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 15:39:09 EST ID:7TOTVT7s No.383033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383017

Who said Autogynephillic Transsexuals aren't transsexuals? They're trans, they're dysphoric, they should transition. doesn't change that they're AGP.
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Priscilla Grandstone - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 20:55:43 EST ID:EMQZqDOh No.383049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382971
They tried to live as men but it was too much pressure for them.

>>383003
A "failed male" is someone who is expected to live up to male social standards, but doesn't know how and would rather settle for female ones.

>>383017
It sounds to me like you're making baseless attacks because you don't want to have to question your conception of what it means for being trans to "really exist".
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Esther Dadgeket - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 21:35:46 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.383051 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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this is a dumb thread, ur either trans or ur not, like simply as that... If ur trans u might come to accept it, but no one understands it. It just is
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Sophie Sendlenire - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 23:53:01 EST ID:PLco/4Sm No.383052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383051

The fuck. Isn't the existence of transgenderism proof that the world is not black and white?


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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Polly Pezzledire - Mon, 26 Jan 2015 06:03:13 EST ID:1phTQDL3 No.382996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382868
Are you wearing foundation? I can see a bit of eye makeup now, but the rest of your face looks bare.
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Polly Pezzledire - Mon, 26 Jan 2015 06:16:07 EST ID:1phTQDL3 No.382997 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382946
Yea, when lounging around at home. Out in public, most women toss on something else.

Seriously, if I came across her on the street looking like that I'd assume she's male. Not trans, just male. Why? Because her gender expression is 95% male, and there's nothing so feminine about her face that it overrides that male gender expression that would make me think "masculine woman" instead.

I'm not saying wear high heels everywhere you go. There is a middle ground between men's wear and hyperfeminity. That's why I suggested fitted tees earlier.
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Phineas Clinkinfield - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 14:40:44 EST ID:Py7iuO5O No.383029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thoughts?
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Betsy Tillingcocke - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 14:57:40 EST ID:7IeHdWdc No.383030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383029

Sup /woo/.
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Jarvis Smalldale - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 21:32:59 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.383050 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383029
bangs and you win


Buying Hormones by Phyllis Secklemog - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 15:39:31 EST ID:PMcRYwXD No.383034 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Where do you get your hormones, /CD/?
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Edward Clayshit - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 16:05:04 EST ID:7TOTVT7s No.383035 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383034

qhi.co.uk
inhouse's .vu
All Day Chemist
A real life doctor

End thread.
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Clara Pickshit - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 17:29:36 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.383044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383034
lol@the pic


boobs etc by Doris Charringpure - Mon, 26 Jan 2015 19:29:15 EST ID:CcWaSxtu No.383001 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so my boobs have been growing for about three weeks now?
but they seem to be growing a bit out and to the sides?

is this common?
do they often fill out in other ways ?

will sleeping with a bra on help?
will sleeping on my sides affect it?
will sleeping on my back/belly?
HELP ME I WANT NICE BOOBS >:C
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Caroline Boddlecocke - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 04:31:41 EST ID:Io2EZY6T No.383020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383001
>but they seem to be growing a bit out and to the sides?
Do you mean they're filling out to the sides, as in there's more fat there? Or do you mean they're pointing to the sides, as in the nipples pointing slightly outwards rather than forwards?

If it's the latter then that's unfortunately rather common for mtfs, and there's not really that much to do about it (non-surgically). A lot of trans women get wide set breasts (lots of space in between) which point to the sides rather than forward. It's caused by having a large and wide ribcage. It doesn't happen to everyone, but it does happen a lot.

If you mean they're just filling in on the sides first, but are otherwise located and oriented normally for a woman, then you probably don't have much to worry about.

Just make sure you're not stunting growth by taking too much estrogen, or starting progesterone too early.
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Caroline Boddlecocke - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 04:34:33 EST ID:Io2EZY6T No.383021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383020
And of course: Breast growth takes time. And by time I mean years, not weeks.
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Doris Charringpure - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 06:19:20 EST ID:CcWaSxtu No.383023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383021
omg thankyou a very helpful sane and reasonable reply <3

they are only slightly pointed outwards and i did mean that they are just filling out there a bit and maybe i AM starting too soon???

does cycling mean i take it for short periods and then stop and then again?
i dont want to stunt my growth!!!

i do have a wider ribcage than most women by about an inch or two?
what i make up for in slimness i gain in head fuglyness as you can see!
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Caroline Boddlecocke - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 13:35:59 EST ID:Io2EZY6T No.383027 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383023
>they are only slightly pointed outwards and i did mean that they are just filling out there a bit and maybe i AM starting too soon???
You should probably just relax then. It sounds perfectly normal. Just remember that transition doesn't happen in an instant, you've got to give it time.

>does cycling mean i take it for short periods and then stop and then again?
You don't need to cycle estrogen, just don't megadose. 4mg is a reasonable dose (assuming you take a bio-identical estrogen, which you should). Some start with 2mg and then ramp it up later. By megadosing, I mean taking 8mg or more.

You might benefit from cycling progesterone if you choose to take that, since it affects expression of estrogen receptors. Progesterone should not be taken until later in transition though, around when you reach something equivalent to tanner stage 3 or 4.
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Doris Charringpure - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 17:14:36 EST ID:CcWaSxtu No.383041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383027
Thankyou, It has only been 6 months now and i have a strange routine but mostly it is 4mg at night, with 35g of androcur and lately i have been taking progesterone with that or in the morning 5mg
either that or im taking another 4mg progynova in the morning.
i go by my moods and sense of my internal levels. i must be doing pretty well because all my blood tests have come up perfect and well except the first, which i predicted exactly what was wrong and found i was accurate in my predcitions of what was off and the endo agreed with my ideas.

also generally my results for everything else in my body is perfectly healthy so thats always good...


I have a unique vagina dilemma by Angus Greenridge - Sun, 25 Jan 2015 20:53:12 EST ID:UUHk8ZqQ No.382979 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello everyone,

I don't often grace these pages very much anymore but i spent a lot of time in the trans thread figuring my life out. now I'm 3 years post-operative and i now have a lot of issues regarding my sexuality.

I have a wonderful partner that identifies as asexual (can only pleasure herself when she's on her own and feels wildly uncomfortable around others) and it turns out i am exactly the opposite.

I CAN'T masturbate.

I love my new plumbing so to speak and when she does take the time to do things with me I can go for ever. But i can't even make it 5 minutes without being bored disinterested and unhappy when i try to masturbate. what's worse is it makes me feel even hornier and i need to be with someone to feel even remotely satisfied.

I've tried the romantic bathing sessions, the wine and relaxing, but i seriously just can't do it. that usually ends up with me going to sleep. i've looked at porn (i've never seen it until like 3 months ago when i resorted to it) and it just doesn't work. It's super boring and i feel guilty.


My sexuality as i identify in areas outside of sex is Sapio-pansexual because i can be attracted to anyone, based off of their intelligence but the flip side to this is i'm not attracted to people for months so having a one night stand (she okayed me being with guys) is kind of out of my range of comfort.
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Basil Sellerkurk - Sun, 25 Jan 2015 21:22:31 EST ID:RZTChQso No.382982 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382979

i assume this was C&P'd from 4chins?

im not sure what you're actually asking for? advise on your girlfriend or advise on how to masturbate?

If your girlfriend is asexual and doesnt like to have sex with you but all you crave is sex, then you better get used to it or move on. Sorry, but sex is a very important part of a relationship which creates bonds between partners, if you two cant settle that out, then you gotta get moving on.

How to masturbate, maybe you should stop trying to get physcially arroused? have you tried reading a trashy romance novel where a sea captain is warded with a young woman who he has to transport and inevitably falls in love with?
Thats what i try and it works great, gets me so into the mood, another option is buying a cleo magazine, read the sex stories? idk, you're 3 years post op and sound sex crazed so im not sure how you're surviving.
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William Clannerbanks - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 01:51:05 EST ID:UUHk8ZqQ No.383014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>382982

yeah i was afriad you'd mention something along the lines of leaving my partner. i lover her very much though. I've asked her to see a therapist regarding her sexuality issues whil i am already seeing one for it.

That said i haven't tired a trashy novel at all but i tried lesbian movies that don't focus on sex which kind of got me in the mood but didn't go very far at all and i just ended in the same situation :l i'm planning to try it though and see if it works.

I would really appreciate more advice though regarding this if anyone has it
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Beatrice Gollerwell - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 02:52:32 EST ID:VXgbdO2T No.383016 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383014

well its not really a problem, i mean its a problem for your relationship, but asexuality is a pretty normal thing.
if shes just not into sex, shes just not into it, asking her to go to a therapist to change who she is (in my opinion) a pretty bitchy thing to do.

love her for who she is, or leave her.
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Samuel Clomblewater - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 15:12:53 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.383031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383014
love her for who she is, or leave her.


Spironolactone by Hamilton Lightspear - Mon, 26 Jan 2015 21:00:58 EST ID:MlDh9jVk No.383007 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone have any idea how to get spiro without a prescription? I've looked on some different websites that would sell it without prescription but all the payment methods are ludicrous and require way more work than i would ever care to put into it and they still seem sketchy. Any suggestions?
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Clara Pickshit - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 01:30:07 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.383013 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383007
inhouse's vu site
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