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dreams? by Jack Muffingdale - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 18:21:16 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.379861 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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although this might belong in /dr/ i want to know how u tranny's feel about this.

ok i occasionally dreamed that i was a girl back in the day, and they were my favorite dreams. But since i've transitioned i always dream i'm a girl and they rent as magical does anyone have a similar feeling to this
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Eliza Memmledirk - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 03:32:32 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.379927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379916
Oh im sorry, does my differing perception to what is socially appropriate or acceptable differ to yours? and oh my, are you offended by that?

aww poor dear, poor victimized oppressed yuppy.

You really need to think about what reclaiming means because you are using it to blanket your inappropriate use of language. Just because you in your quaint microcosm of people use the word faggot with smiles and love, just because you think tranny is awesome-sauce! Doesnt make it okay, just because you are apart of the community. For the same reason allot of women hate hearing the word cunt or bitch or any of the hundreds of words guys have come up with insult people based on the female sex.

Just take that buttplug out for a second and calm the fuck off.
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Graham Clannerfod - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 04:05:57 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.379928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379927
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Emma Sapperlock - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 04:25:02 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.379930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379928
And you were talking about shitposting?
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Graham Clannerfod - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 04:33:10 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.379931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379930
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Hugh Buzzford - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 05:17:01 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379927

Actually, now it has me wondering how backwards people can be and it just makes me tired now. Just please grow up, stop being offended, Tranny is a word we're reclaiming it, dont like it? too bad.

im not angry, i was just telling them/you/whoever to be quiet because they are dumb and hyper sensitive and have the wrong tone for a word thats commonly used here.

As i have mentioned atleast twice before (in this thread), /cd has always called each other trannies, its common place here.


InHousePharmacy + Entropay = Fail by Nigger Ficklebury - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 01:17:10 EST ID:ROcX6KU9 No.379846 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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IHP keeps rejecting my Entropay card. Anyone else here experiencing this? I talked to their customer support, and they whitelisted my card. Yet it still doesn't work.

What should I do? Are there any other decent sites to get my meds?
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Jack Muffingdale - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 18:05:40 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.379860 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you should get a prescription for spiro and estro
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Graham Niggergold - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 19:20:13 EST ID:4lPg7u+s No.379864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379860
huuurrrrrrr
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Wesley Crannerheck - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 21:01:56 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379860

Whatever, just shush.

OP, i have no idea about entropay stuff, maybe call entropay support? idk.
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Eugene Pickson - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 20:32:24 EST ID:4hmuaxNB No.379910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379846

Don't bother with entropay. Use e-checks. I just ordered like a month ago and it works fine and no you don't need a prescription.
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Cyril Bardworth - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 04:19:15 EST ID:ROcX6KU9 No.379929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379910
Were you logged in when you tried it? I got it working for myself after logging out. Either it hates my account or IHP most likely changed the checkout forms.

This is my take on what went wrong:
IHP uses two checkout forms, one for registered users, and non-registered. Both are read by the server in the same way. The non-registered had an extra line added to it which asks for a prescription, and the server had to be updated to read the new form. Problem is they forgot to change the form for registered users.

That's a big issue with redundancy. When you change it in one place, you need to change it everywhere else. However, I'm not sure if that was the case. I'm drawing this conclusion from retyping everything, trying several different payment methods, and working ONLY after logging out. Maybe IHP bans accounts for not sending in those prescriptions.



tl;dr:
Logout and complete your transaction.


Transparent by Cedric Grandspear - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 00:28:27 EST ID:oDGl032L No.378864 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup /cd/, I know there's already a thread on /mtv/ about this but given the subject matter at hand, I wanted to come here to get your thoughts about Transparent. What do you guys think of the show and how do you feel they handled transgender issues on it?
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Nell Penninggold - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 03:12:32 EST ID:PjSme3qS No.379897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379796
>I understand that some don't act flamboyant, but most of them do.
No most hons are not flamboyant even in the slightest, they' have more masculine/nerdy personalities and dress rather androgynously or dress in basic women's clothing.

A hon is just an old transitioner or doesn't pass and thinks self-medding is bad and says hon a lot. It has nothing to do with being flamboyant which is when a male acts overly feminine.

Don't get me wrong I don't like hons as much as the next young transitioner but they're very misrepresented by people on /cd/ who most of the time have no exp with them and just parrot what they hear from others on here.

Idk what people you met but they probably were just TV's, cd's, or drag queens who get feminizing surgeries, there is a lot of that over in Thailand. If you spent any time on places like Susan's (I had to because this site didn't exist) then you'd know the majority of trans people there are masculine and feminine trans are few.

pic related is what people here confuse with hons.
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Nigger Bocklefack - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 18:58:10 EST ID:5o44R0Qt No.379906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379897

'Hun' seems to be used as a catch-all for everything this board hates:

A) (Usually older) Transvestites and cross-dressers who act incredibly flamboyantly and typically live as cismales with alter-egos

B) Like you said, older transwoman who are really bad at being feminine or don't even try. There is a segment of this group that believes by doing this, they won't be associated with the group above. Others simply realize they will never pass, so they don't even try, but merely hope other people will just accept them as is. Some are simply incapable not being masculine.

C) Trans-activists. This includes a large segment of group B) above, but spans across all age ranges (In fact, it tends to include a lot of really young transitioners these days who grew up having 'trans' pride). Typically incredibly obnoxious.

D) MTFs who are lesbian and tomboy-ish. Most of B) falls in this group, but they also occur frequently in literally every age bracket.

Personally, I don't give a give a fuck about group (D). The only people they really seem to offend are chasers who are mad they can't sleep with them. Group (C) is annoying, especially the ones who do activism to compensate for their own insecurities/failures. Group (B), or the traditional 'huns', are pitiable and I can emphasize with them; Many of them grew up in a time where transition was a 1000x harder than it is now. The only group I truly cringe at being associated with is (A).
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Wesley Crannerheck - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 19:45:26 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379906

nah, you're wrong, the person you quoted is pretty much right.
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David Dibberbury - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 22:24:20 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.379918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Jesus Christ this thread needs popcorn not anything else. It's a comedy fest in here with how ridiculous everyone sounds and how harsh their opinions are.

I'm not sure where to comment first and considering that almost everyone is flaming everyone, I won't bother.

Suffice it to say I think it's a good show. The main topic being that 'life is too fucking complicated.'
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Graham Clannerfod - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 23:25:10 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.379921 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379918


How do you masturbate? by Hannah Peffingstodge - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 11:51:40 EST ID:LgvRXNzd No.379714 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Jerking off feels weird, so i just squeeze it between my thighs. Can we get a thread about masturbation tips?
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John Nobblenodging - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 14:40:18 EST ID:Ruy3nqW/ No.379905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379900
Actually, it does matter. Guys like to bury themselves as deep as they can when the cum. Cool that your boy fits though.
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Shitting Turveyworth - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:08:22 EST ID:AZQSrbod No.379911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379902
Umm no ive read online that the average while not aroused is 3-5 and when aroused is 5-7. above average is anything higher than that. Also like I said guys who have anything bigger than 7 inches is very rare so I think 5 inches is ok even if you think it's shallow. Also Im 5 and 1 quarter inch to be more exact... also suporn said 5 inches is ok to be at and he seemed really pleased with my results. Probably cause I was very small to begin with. Neways I'm still happy to have a "slightly below average pussy" than a super small dick.
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Shitting Turveyworth - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:12:41 EST ID:AZQSrbod No.379912 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379903
That's true but not everyone goes to him for some reason. and we do stretch. My pussy is like 2.8 inches when nothing is in there and it expands to 5 and a quarter so that's about 200% liek you said.
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Graham Clannerfod - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:21:59 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.379914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379912
wot

wow, I didn't realize neovaginas had that much movement. I guess that's why dilation is so important? Thanks for that bit of knowledge
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Shitting Turveyworth - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:28:51 EST ID:AZQSrbod No.379915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379914
It's cause the vaginal canal in suporns technique using your scrotal tissue and that stuff stretches


"The Questionnaire" help thread by Martha Turveywill - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 04:22:16 EST ID:NjuvzkKk No.379788 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi. My therapist thought I might be transgendered and a trans friend recommended I come here and ask for a questionnaire. She said I'm probably not trans, but I've thought about it a little bit in the past. I've never yearned to live in a females body, though I'd like to know a bit more about what being trans is like for reference.

Thanks
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George Burringcheck - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 05:24:08 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.379847 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379823
i dont agree with the retcon story thing - but i am a very honest and analytical thinker like i was into lego and dinosaurs etc but i will occasionally trgger a memory like when someone asks me if i know how to dance and i realise "no, i dont actually and infact when we were learning dance i felt really uncomfortable being the guy. I did it- tried it- did the motions but it was empty and i had that feeling of yearning which triggered me to feel dysphoric and i just went and sat in the bathroom"
that kind of thing isnt making up shit - its acknowledging that you experienced this moment of dysphoria or you recognize a moment in your past which helps you understand this better which is helpful when you are sorting this out in your head and making what everyone tells you is a hard choice when really its not.
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George Burringcheck - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 05:27:31 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.379848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379824
fuck i have only had one person ask if i was diagnosed and it was my mum and just that language is so shit -i said yes and she was like "oh okay then so i shud say she then" but like : you should already be saying she was so many other reasons? /rant
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Rebecca Fuckingshit - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 07:09:47 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379847

No offence, but i dont believe you, but i believe that you believe you and to me thats okay.

hardly any guys like dancing at school. you have just added on to a memory that does exist but are using it for self validation for being transgendered, thats cool, whatever gets you to start the race is great. but dont come in here all "i had to dance in school, but it was dysphroic for me, because i had to be in the guy position and i tried to, but i just wasnt feeling it".

You're memory is real but how you perceive it is likely not, because you're not that kid whos afraid of and sucks at dancing, you are an adult who can over analyze childhood memories that did happen to mean something else, but lets be honest if you were really dysphoric back then, you would have tonnes of other things in that same timeline that also 'proves' your transgender, like crossdressing, or wearing your mothers makeup etc.

I hope you get what im saying.
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Eliza Memmledirk - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 20:24:39 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.379909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379850
i get what you're saying totally but you are filling in allot for me without knowing much except that i did a dance class in highschool and i being in the guy role was confusing.
Im not saying i was bad at it or awkward?
of course i was awkward at first but i have good rhythm so i go the hang of it? i had to stop because i felt a sense of yearning that i had allot throughout my life that made me feel sick - so i left the situation.
It makes you/me feel sick because you think "this is wrong i shudnt want that i should be happy with what i am/have" and trying to repress that causes the brains frustration.
When i say i felt empty i mean there was a sense of satisfaction and warmth of being with this person but it was like i was in the wrong timeline - allot of my life - not most.
I havent gone and added to my memory, i have remembered scenarios where i have felt that yearning and then shame-guilt - disgust and confusion over why i was disgusted - emptyness - resignation and the depression - which wud lead me to looking for something else to put this negativity on - transfer these issues onto another issue as a way of avoiding dealing with something that was confusing and not what i could understand.
I grew up and i saw i was a boy and the world treated me as a boy and i agreed- i saw myself and thought "im a boy" so when i exhibited these other responses or behaviors it was confusing and i tried to repress it out of denial.

i havent added these memories, i understand them now tho. i dont think that MEANS i am trans- i think there is more to it than just being feminine in some or allot of ways.

"normal" is a very hard word to understand these days but if know what it is like to feel normal then you know what i mean when i say since starting transition i have felt more normal everyday - more real - more alive and more responsible for myself - more in tune with myself on a level where i just. feel. normal.
I am more comfortable in every situation - family, friends, with boys and esp other girls.

I dont think you should have the absolutist ideas about people in general, its good to commit yourself to a stance on something but when you start saying "every trans person makes up BS about their childhood to help prove they are really meant to be a girl" then i think thats when you get a bit silly.
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Hugh Buzzford - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:20:44 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379909

yeah you've hit it right on the head there.

I dont know what memories are real or not, but when people use one obscure little details about their childhood as justification for their being trans, you can generally tell its either made up, or they are bluring the truth, because if you had actual trans feelings back then, then lots of things would make you uncomfy, not just dancing.

I know what you're saying, i have been there, i have felt that emptiness also growing up, but im not going to say it was my trans feelings, because back then, it wasnt, back then it was just empty feelings.
But as an Adult, a Trans Adult, you can reflect and say "hmm thats the reason why".

Im not saying every trans person makes up BS about their childhood, im saying generally they make up BS about their childhood, for a bunch of different reasons, but mostly for peace of mind, justification and verification of their transness.

But the thing is, is that i can never ever know for sure how you felt back then, but i just call it how i see it and i know a whole load of trans people, they all say the same bullshit stories, for example why that one specific memory thats so open ended it could mean anything? maybe you just didnt like dancing, maybe you didnt like the person you danced with, maybe you werent feeling your best that day, maybe you were worried about the homework you hadnt done, maybe you were worried about failing the test, maybe you didnt like girls and when you were forced to dance with one it made you feel empty because you wanted to dance with a boy?
Do you see what im saying?

So dont use memories or whatever to justify your current self, you are who you are.
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Wanting to look more feminine/sexy? by Jack Seshwadge - Sat, 04 Oct 2014 16:13:20 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.379042 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I am about 3 months out from hormones, I've got a small amount of andro clothing (I'd have more but I've been broke more often than not) and am going to start really getting into makeup/hairstyles/etc.

I had a really hard time getting over my own 23 years of hard wiring and a homophobic dad (who has turned a new page over and is AMAZING, willing to throw money at me to an extent) and I am just not beginning to have less problems with it.

I am so excited for my titty skittles it ISN'T FUNNY. So excited that I want to jump for joy (waited for this for so fucking long) and now that it's happening I really want to get down to business.

So~ I come to the girls (and the guys if they want to answer) of seedy to ask some questions.

First and foremost, I am not a trap but I do feel that maybe some guides on 'trapping' would be acceptable advice. (Such as the the picture here: http://boards.420chan.org/cd/res/376801.php , very relevant). Does anyone else have any guides, tips, advice on feminizing my appearance? I've done a good amount, hair down to my shoulders by now and am trying everything I can manage but am ALWAYS hungry for more information (the more detailed and lengthy info, the better!)

Secondly, I want to maximize/super charge my boob growth as my genetics don't play into that and I'm rather big so I want big boobs. What can I do to do this?

Until I get the surgery (which I KNOW I am going to, maybe implants too if my boobs don't grow) I need to know how to tuck. Apparently I have been doing this since I was VERY little and never knew but it isn't really acceptable for wearing tighter clothing because I still have that bulge (WHICH I FUCKING HATE). So tips? Guides? Videos!?

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Faggy Huzzledale - Sun, 05 Oct 2014 00:40:36 EST ID:2p4LHrVm No.379077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379076

>trans support groups
These if anything will make you feel way better off about your situation and maybe you will be lucky enough to go in on a day when someone rad is there and make a friend. I prefer lgbt drop ins but trans groups can be ok. I just find most trans people i know kind of scary... Its a hard life.
We all have our drawbacks and you very well could end up being there later on needing real help and support. SO its good to get yourself acquainted with these things.
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Fuck Goodstone - Sun, 05 Oct 2014 01:04:08 EST ID:ZP+TqlkM No.379079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379077
Ugh ya, I feel better about myself despite not passing at these things and just going boymode because at least I don't look like ridiculous drag queens like these people do. It makes me feel normal, until I read about earlier transitioners and then its back to feeling like my life is over.
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Emma Cullerfoot - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 21:11:49 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.379870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Okay. So I attempted to write a response to this and ended up wiping it by accident when I closed out my browser like an idiot.

Take two!


>>379043
I don't know how you should do with hair... Is it long? Anyway, the hard thing with hair is that you need a hairdresser, and how transfriendly they are is hard to know, they might try to give you a guyish cut even though you want something girlier. Knowing what kind of hair style you want is difficult too, and imo you should have a good idea of what you want before you go to a hairdresser.

#I will plan on having a good idea but I'm not sure as to a great many things. My hair comes down to beyond my shoulders now, just barely. I recently highlighted my bangs and other bits to be lighter shades of blonde which did wonders for lightening my face up. I will continue with this line of action but still have no clue how to tackle the hairdresses/hair styles bit.

>>379070
First: DONT. Trapping guides are meant for men who wish to trap other men into thinking they are girls, you're a girl, download and excersie tape for toning, search diet guides online, dont think of yourself as a man becoming a woman, think of yourself as a woman.

#I agree but the concepts are still sound, are they not? I'm not thinking I am not a woman but I'd be idiotic to consider myself gorgeous as I am and I want to change that so badly it hurts. There are a lot of traps out there, some of them being my friends til I realized they were glorified camwhores, that look amazing and sometimes better than most women! So I figured that might've been a good place to start.
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Wesley Bunbury - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 01:46:26 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.379890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379870
>not using le meemee arrows
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Emma Cullerfoot - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 05:34:58 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.379901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379890

You are correct. My mistake. xD


Questioning... by Rebecca Brookwell - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 14:35:25 EST ID:ag7hxr8L No.379743 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm an almost 31 year old dude who's dealt with gender dysphoria for a while.

I tried to transition when I was 28; I didn't look like it on the outside but I was taking HRT for six weeks. I was scared; I was living with a family that was completely non-accepting and violent and as such I had to do it in secret.

I had odd feelings while on it; I felt depressed for no reason, but I did like how it changed my body (well, outside of my balls aching like hell). I noticed that men somehow knew I was on it, and I didn't like that at all.

Then I got into a minor traffic incident. I was faced with a possible sentence of six months in jail. I was terrified; I knew that if I went in there, I'd get raped. So I almost immediately went off the estrogen and eventually the anti-androgens and started to drink a bottle of wine every night and lift weights.

I think my family knew. My mother did, and she was fine with it. That was nice because she died a few months later from cancer; she was the only one who even halfway accepted me for who and what I was. I told my sister about it two years later and she said that she didn't care, although back then she was emotionally manipulating me to not do it, saying that she would disown me but still give me money so that I didn't have to whore myself out to older perverts.

My father doesn't know for sure. I was never close to him, and if I decided to transition again, he'd of course not accept it. Funny how he's happy as a clam with a new woman now and wants me to be a part of that whole thing; I guess he feels that he's entitled to acceptance, but I'm not.

My brother would just be disgusted, but I doubt he would disown me unless if there was drama from my father. I like him, but if I had to distance myself from him, I would.

I think that I felt bad about the initial attempt because I was in a completely non-supportive environment and I was faced with all this drama and animosity. Now that I'm on my own and don't depend on my family anymore, I think that I could handle it better, and would be more welcoming of change.
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Jarvis Drobbleridge - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 23:05:36 EST ID:kGM0n0L0 No.379875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379782
>autogynephilic
Is this known to even be an actual thing?
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Frederick Bredgestock - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 23:39:44 EST ID:ulyStB52 No.379885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379875

Masturbating to the idea of being a women? Totally a real thing, and not uncommon among mtfs. The actual theory of autogyphilia is bullshit; As it asserts that every mtf is either a pervert, or an incredibly effeminate gay man who just wants to trap straight guys into sleeping with them.

Before I transitioned, I used to fantasize about getting fucked by a guy as a girl. That can either be read as fairly perverted thing for a guy to fantasize about, or a fairly normal thing for a women. The problem with people who came up with the theory of AGP and continue to push it is that they are completely incapable of perceiving transwoman to be actual women. It's a dumb theory and responsible for pushing more than a few people back into the closet. I really wish I didn't come across it when I was 16, that and fucking Laura's Playground...
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Ernest Baddlegold - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 00:10:29 EST ID:xlKJ1GzO No.379887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379885
I've noticed that my 'dysphoria' has actually grown stronger the more my sex drive has faded with age. I was supposed to transition when i was 21 but it didn't work out. Back then I was horny as fuck, and would sometimes think that the whole tranny thing, for me, was to do with sex. But then i got older (I'm 31 also, like OP, and have never transitioned :/ sucks to admit it on here.); my sex drive disappeared and I was left with the same feelings.

I would be okay with not being 'real' trans. I would love to meet a guy with money who would protect me and let me transition... and I wouldn't care if I'm not really trans. My ideal situation would be to meet an awesome man that would support and protect me and I could go about transition without ever worrying about being 'real' trans or not. I would be okay with being fake trans.
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Frederick Bredgestock - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 00:41:44 EST ID:ulyStB52 No.379888 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379887
Real trans people? Fake trans people? What? Do you have some sort of metaphysical sense for trans-ness?

Here is the reality: There is no real/fake distinction. Either you pass, and voila you're accepted as a real woman. Or you don't pass, you're (perceived as) a man, and you're (perceived as) not really trans. If you want to transition, you need to make it happen yourself, figured out a plan, get money, etc. No guy is going to come along and save you and you need to grow the fuck up and do it yourself, you're fucking 31, you should have figured that out by now.
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Nell Penninggold - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 03:19:09 EST ID:PjSme3qS No.379898 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379888
>There is no real/fake distinction when it comes to being trans
Get out...


FTM stuff by Phineas Lightforth - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 15:57:58 EST ID:V0uBLYd8 No.379363 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I"m not sure there is even anyone on this board who is not cis or MTF? I've been lurking here for years, but rarely see anyone posting.

I want a penis, but there's just no way of getting anything remotely functional with current technology. I can live with the boobs and the periods if I have to.

I also want to "be male", but every definition of that that I can come up with is sexist as fuck, or sounds very much like "I'd like to be treated like a person by others and only men get treated like people".

So why bother transitioning or even coming out at all?
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Archie Garrywetch - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 22:17:33 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.379841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379839
Try harder dude, your trolling is weak and boring.
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Phoebe Trotwell - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 23:23:37 EST ID:giluiVPm No.379843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379841
>"trolling"
>implying normal people don't think trannies are disgusting
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Cedric Clammlepedge - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 23:58:01 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.379845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379843
>normal people
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John Nobblenodging - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 02:42:15 EST ID:Ruy3nqW/ No.379895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379648
>it's hard to define a man as anything diferrent from a woman

Our brains function differently on a physical level. Male minds tend to think laterally favoring one hemisphere over the other in a given instance. Females utilize both hemispheres, though not too the intensity males do. Perhaps transgender brains work more in line with their internal gender, but I don't know. The differences don't stop with the brain; fat distribution, bone density, field of vision, color recognition, sense of touch, resilience towards pain (in different scenarios), muscle production, empathetic thoughts, relationships.Our chromosomes are different. The list goes on (https://duckduckgo.com/?q=differences+between+men+and+women).

Transgenderism is a serious thing and the cause isn't known, but don't go around saying men and women aren't different. They are, or we wouldn't be a predominantly two sexed species. There is a cultural influence into how a person identifies AS WELL as a biological influence built up and refined through millennia of evolution.

Further, these differences don't serve to alienate or favor any one sex over the other. Men and women are just as capable as each other, but in no way are they equal to one another. They are balanced, in that ones strengths make up for the others shortcomings, but the equality that is pushed down our throats from media and politics is a convenient tool. Equal in potential, but there paths and strengths are separate.

And yet even though this seems rigid and unchanging, it's the interaction of the two extremes (the archetypes of the man and the woman) that allow the limitless possibilities of the human condition. Look at the old gods we've forgotten. There were some gods who gave birth and other 'unmanly' deeds, and there were some goddesses who were as capable in war and combat as any god and eschewed the traditional roles within their own society. You can reach into any pantheon and find examples, and what were the gods but a reflection of the people?

I digress. My point is, there are differences between the sexes. But they are only limiting if we choose to let them be. Transfolk are new to western culture…
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Wesley Bunbury - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 03:00:10 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.379896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379895
underrated post


Heads Up! by Whitey Bliffingwutch - Mon, 06 Oct 2014 21:17:17 EST ID:iUzSoqzk No.379192 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looks like the newest episode of South Park this Wednesday night will be touching on the subject of gender identity once again. This strikes me as odd as Trey and Matt have said in the past that they hate doing duplicate episodes which is what inspired "Dead Celebrities" to not be another Michael Jackson inspired episode.

What does /cd/ think of this?
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Hedda Ferrynan - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 20:28:15 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379371

1) just remember cissy sounds like sissy :p and people who arent sissy dont like being called sissies.

3) trans*, umm yeah i think you could be right, stan was still confused at the end of the episode.
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Hedda Ferrynan - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 20:40:04 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379372

actually no, i have no idea what im talking about, disregard i sucks cocks etc.

nb.
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Ebenezer Puvingmudging - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 07:35:54 EST ID:JlTIes8h No.379391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379372

1) thats kinda the point, reclaiming the word and all that smeg, like jolly african-american and dyke
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Hedda Ferrynan - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 09:26:54 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379391

i know, see >>379374
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Doris Gazzlebanks - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 01:55:56 EST ID:BLofXfDb No.379892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
maybe the issue was to just have own single room bathrooms?


well then by Reuben Blackville - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 13:25:11 EST ID:2SF4KDv+ No.379854 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>happy 22 year old male
>gorgeous girlfriend
>seeing counsellor about gender issues
>I want to wear womens clothes and have breasts
the fuck
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Hannah Bizzlebury - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 14:25:49 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.379855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>the fuck

was that the counselors reaction
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George Burringcheck - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 17:23:36 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.379858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379854
sounds like me two years ago? except i wasn't seeing someone about it

also i didnt "want to wear womens clothes and have breasts" i was just feeling repressed and needed help coming out - wanting to Wear womens clothing and to have boobs sounds a bit different?
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Jack Muffingdale - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 18:04:58 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.379859 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379858
everyones different i guess
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Graham Niggergold - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 19:21:28 EST ID:4lPg7u+s No.379865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's autogynephilia!
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Wesley Crannerheck - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 21:05:09 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379854

its a test from GOD!


Making the most of remaining meds by Phineas Dunnerhedging - Wed, 08 Oct 2014 22:15:54 EST ID:8ZtPmKMC No.379298 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I go a volunteer program in the area for those who don't have insurance that'll cover transitions. They pull actual endos in to help. It's all cool. Only catch here is that you don't actually know what office your endo is usually at, much less know if you'll have them consecutive visits.

When I went in for my three month, he pushed my six month back to December and put a note in my file to approve a refill when I needed. Was told to call when there was two weeks left. Okay, cool. So I call... Don't hear back for half a week, then find out they don't know why my endo did this and that I'm not the only one. They said they'd contact him, but as of a week later, I've heard nothing. This past saturday, my pharmacy mails me with a refill reminder when I have none left. I call, explain the situation, they give me the same response as my clinic.

Thanks to yet another clerical error, I ended up with a couple extra months of estradiol (thank god). However, I've only got four days of Spiro left with the standard dose of two per day (50mg/ea). Is there any good way to try and make this last while I wait for a response?
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Molly Hizzlewill - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 14:47:21 EST ID:r9+gsmea No.379818 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379681
At the moment, just the half dose of Spiro, my estradiol and two neoproxin sodium gel tabs once a week. Nothing too intensive if I swap.
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Lillian Merrybury - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 15:38:52 EST ID:MwYYOKUh No.379822 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379567
If you're taking spiro now, and are going to continue taking spiro when you get a new prescription, then don't take cypro in the mean time.

Besides, ordering more than you need is a good thing. It will give you a buffer in case they screw up your prescription again.
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Walter Clebberkork - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 20:38:06 EST ID:Z9hOi2Gf No.379836 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379822
>then don't take cypro in the mean time
What could go wrong?
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Rebecca Fuckingshit - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 21:30:53 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379838 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379836

thats what everyone asks before things do go wrong.
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Alice Crollerbury - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 22:18:30 EST ID:HrxqjIsn No.379842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379838
But I actually want to know.


Why do I look girly as fuck just after a shower by Isabella Goodspear - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 20:27:35 EST ID:3KGaVDU6 No.379833 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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and how do I get that effect all the time?
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Graham Dartville - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 20:31:22 EST ID:yHJn4qw3 No.379834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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makeup?
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Esther Garringbury - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 20:41:06 EST ID:fx/FE5RV No.379837 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Maybe you wear glasses and you can't see yourself very well when you get out of the shower, and that's why you look girly. Or maybe the mirror's foggy.

If your perception is accurate, however, I guess the solution is to always just be getting out of the shower. Or douse your hair and face in baby oil.
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David Puzzlebut - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 21:50:59 EST ID:9SiHVnDn No.379840 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I notice it too, I think it's due to the skin retaining water and therefore appearing more plump than it otherwise is. One way to achieve that effect could be a high quality moisturiser, a moisturising serum, and/or moisturising face masks. I currently use Cerave's products and I've noticed an improvement.


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