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Passing Thread by Edwin Billingwell - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 12:22:18 EST ID:sLJwBtNJ No.375775 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i posted on /lgbt/ but they're a bunch of faggots

do I pass? aperture science representin'

also general passing thread
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Wesley Crimmerteck - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 07:53:02 EST ID:k3VSKhLw No.376059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So you don't think it is a medical condition? What do you think it is? Do you really think that it will help people accept transsexuals? People want to know why things are the way they are so they can accept it. The fact that scientists are now finding evidence that it's a thing will help people come to acceptance. The only problem is like I said in previous comments.
Hannah Hurringbanks - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 08:05:26 EST ID:LaCisPxX No.376060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I didn't intend to get into this particular argument. All I wanted to do was make a somewhat pedantic point on how the language (transgender, transsexual) is popularly, if not correctly, used.

You're not an asshole for wanting to pass; rather it's the fact that you keep saying how normal you are and emphasizing that you're not queer, like it's some kind of bad thing. The implications are clear, even if you haven't said them directly. Wanting to live life as ciswoman do is all most of us want, and there are ways to say that without othering people.

The view of transexualism as a mental illness is an extremely dangerous one which has continuously be used to attack and deligitamize us. Look at Homosexuality: it was only normalized after people stopped thinkino of it as a mental illness.
Charles Benningchark - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 08:18:00 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.376061 Ignore Report Quick Reply

haha what? no cisgender does not go under the transgender umbrella. however cis people can be under the umbrealla if they are drag queens, crossdressers (fetishists and tranvestites,(which are people who dress as the opposite gender but have no desire to transition and dont get any "kicks" out of it)) etc that doesnt fit into their assigned gender binary.

i dont see why that warranted such a big reply,
Wesley Crimmerteck - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 08:26:51 EST ID:k3VSKhLw No.376062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I can see what you are saying. I don't mean to make queer people seem different it's just they say they want to be accepted but do things people don't really see as an accepted thing in society. I really do want society to include everyone as normal but it won't happen for a long time that's why I come off as saying that I just want to be normal and not queer. How would you say it without "othering people" then? It's hard not to when all you want is to be seen as a normal accepted person in society.

I'm not saying mental illness I am saying medical condition. A medical condition can be anything like just having eczema or somthing. Everyone has a medical condition no matter how big or small it may be. I want my condition to be apart of the intersex condition, but like I said that community does not recognize it as so. Kinda counter-logic in my opinion because that means they think people with AIS should be males. When they clearly have a female identity.
Wesley Crimmerteck - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 08:28:14 EST ID:k3VSKhLw No.376063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
because my point is I am someone who does not want to be included in the umbrella just like a cisperson. Like why am I in that umbrella just because I was born this way. I don't want to be associated with it.

How to tell your partner? by Esther Claybanks - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 15:51:27 EST ID:T9ziNhoH No.375261 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need some advice. I am passing MtF after voice surgery, planning to undergo SRS soon. I am in a relationship with a man for almost half of the year now. The problem is this - he doesn't know i am transgender. We are very close and we get very intimate sometimes. I managed to hide my genitalia from him - we basically agreed to not have sex because i convinced him that i have some problem regarding my sex organs and we can't have sex before surgery of some sort.

Should i tell him I am TS before SRS? After SRS?

Should i tell him about it at all?

And finally - how i am supposed to tell him about that? I feel that i want him to know that but i have absolutely no idea how to do it. I am really scared that the longer i wait, the worse one of his possible reactions can be. He doesn't seem to like LGBT people, but I noticed once that he referred to a known MtF as "she" - should i take it as positive sign? I don't want to lose him... I really love him and i feel loved too.

I apologize if my english sucks. Pic unrelated.
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Sidney Panningdock - Fri, 25 Jul 2014 07:13:39 EST ID:ZZ5eblH1 No.375930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You come ask for an opinion from 'miserable faggots' here, get a unanimous reply (rare here) and ignore it completely. You are a huge fucking bitch who I hope they bury in a cement block so at least the trans community isn't damaged.

One less lying bitch around, its clear from this thread you are just insecure and can't get another guy cause you don't really pass and won't let go because you know he won't love you anymore after he knows the truth and you can't get anyone else.

Your relationship is doomed anyway, I'm sure that's not the worst thing you've done or the only lie you told.
Whitey Niggerstock - Fri, 25 Jul 2014 19:59:56 EST ID:+6McIN4/ No.375955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
> 400 km from each other
Now we know why your getting so defensive, your desperate as fuck
Plenty of straight guys are willing to give you dick, assuming you dont look like a man in a dress
Don't be a mad cause you dont like our opinion, if you dont want it dont ask. You coming across as a dumb bitch.
And violence is worse for those who do "pass" because men feel more threatened, so your not making a point.
Gurl you beyond help and need to take a several fucking seats......
Isabella Sumbleture - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 15:49:48 EST ID:ZZ5eblH1 No.375972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
somehow I missed that part, I knew it was long distance!!
David Chunnerbanks - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 22:46:33 EST ID:usy8XMcE No.375980 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Damn, /cd/ I expect better of y'all. Be constructive here, please.
You sound fucking pathetic, coming here to hate on a stranger.. as if they are your enemy. As if you actually are affected by them. Pull your head out of your ass and realize your words can be powerful, but yours are just smelly shit beneath a dog's asshole.

OP, follow your heart. You will know when the time is right to tell them, and if things go sour then that is how it was meant to be. You WILL find another person who loves you. I PROMISE. Don't be afraid to take a step forward; you will find yourself relieved. Stay grateful that you are loved, but remember that part of love is trust. Allow yourself to trust your partner. If he reacts negatively, say goodbye with love. Take care of what needs to be done and LOVE YOURSELF FIRST!
Molly Blumblechodge - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 07:43:14 EST ID:+6McIN4/ No.376057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Your obviously missing the whole point of the thread, morals aside thats not the issue. The issue is whats she doing is dangerous, and its pretty basic knowledge as far as Trans issues go. Thats why people are coming for her. If there wasnt some much violence towards trans people we would not care. But the FACT is that this is a major reason why Trans people get murdered....

Fapping by Phyllis Carringtadging - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 22:01:46 EST ID:CB3UUenV No.375977 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi seedee.

How many of you masturbate? As in jerking off? I usually masturbate in a different way but today I was feeling little horns and the only way I could do it was jerking off. So I did. I didn't come or anything, but now here I am. It feels wrong and I feel somewhat guilty. Is doing this a bad thing? Should I feel bad? Pic totally unrelated.
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Jenny Cackletun - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 17:01:54 EST ID:LaCisPxX No.376033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Short answer: its complicated

Long answer: I don't really have dick dysphoria, but I don't particularly care for touching it. When I masturbate, I typically rub it against a pillow or something and pretend its not a dick. I do that once or twice a week. I can't orgasm with it during sex and other people touching it does nothing for me unless I'm being penetrated by a guy, and not much even then. But I also have no problem penetrating women (never men) with it, it does nothing for me physically, but I enjoy the intimacy of it. I'll prolly get SRS since I don't have a particularly compelling reason to keep it.
James Bebblenig - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 00:06:30 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.376040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
idek someone over in/dino/ or comics or somewhere here posted a whole set and i saved this one to remember how trully fucking horrendous the whole thing was. Im not one to judge other peoples things but i gotta admit that shit is like mega-fucked
James Bebblenig - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 00:07:52 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.376041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
three years???
who can save 20k+ in 3 years wow

i was thinking of getting facial surgery first but who knows
Jarvis Sullerwell - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 04:09:44 EST ID:x+TAP+08 No.376042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I jerk off, as in tug on my penis and orgasm, at least everyday to every other day. I get the sense that im in the small minority however.
James Bebblenig - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 07:07:38 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.376051 Ignore Report Quick Reply
are you on hrt? i was the same pre mones in that it was something i HAD to do to get myself over it. 23-24 so my male sex drive is supposed to be peaking or some BS

test by Ebenezer Pesslelock - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 05:29:42 EST ID:JFtquiDv No.375996 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ebenezer Pesslelock - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 05:41:49 EST ID:JFtquiDv No.376000 Ignore Report Quick Reply


I've allready changed any word that might have been inappropriate for ANY person in the world... and I'm still not allowed to post.

Clara Clangerfidge - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 06:42:06 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.376003 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Can you tell us a little about what your post was about? are you posting links? are you mentioning contact details?
Ebenezer Pesslelock - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 13:47:40 EST ID:JFtquiDv No.376023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was asking for some shaving advice...
Betsy Grandhood - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 13:54:28 EST ID:OSdbW44F No.376025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Same image as on /lgbt/ ... So it's about shaving?
Fanny Fenkingold - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 05:13:31 EST ID:IXiyOkT0 No.376046 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Are you a wizzard?

Your opinion? by John Sibbershaw - Fri, 25 Jul 2014 05:14:28 EST ID:xQWPjh1m No.375923 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's 420chans opinion, I'm finally deciding to go ahead and try starting hormones and embracing this life I've been afraid to follow but instead to embrace it. I think my first cock I sucked and fucked cemented it now hehe.. you think I'll eventually end up passing nicely?
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Cornelius Hoggleridge - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 05:02:20 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.375963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>everyone is weird and wrong except me
Wesley Shittingman - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 06:29:07 EST ID:XK9Wxj5h No.375967 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Women aren't turned on by being women, fuck off.
Barnaby Cobblehadging - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 13:04:59 EST ID:8mu/eNrE No.375970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Stop posting picks of yourself in those panties and post on of your face, otherwise go to GA and ask them if they'd fuck you.
Clara Clivingridge - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 15:34:12 EST ID:VLWQG39j No.375971 Ignore Report Quick Reply

OP if judging by your initial post, it seems that you are going to transition (If you do) for the wrong reasons e.g taking a cock (lol). I think you need to take some time to self-reflect, transitioning isn't easy, it's hard. Hormones aren't your savior btw, there are alot of other factors you need to consider working on before you 'end up passing nicely'. Also get those nasty ass pictures away from here, nobody wants to see that shit and buy a goddamn razor, ew.
Jarvis Sullerwell - Mon, 28 Jul 2014 04:23:30 EST ID:x+TAP+08 No.376043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh youre right. Women love to be treated like dominant men in the bedroom. I fucking forgot.

Buying my first bra - need help by Faggy Snodwater - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 15:57:48 EST ID:hL6nkGHO No.375806 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm trying to figure out which bra I should get. By boobs are fairly small (AA) but through some t-shirts my nipples are poking through so I need something to cover them up. I ordered some sport bras and they fit fairly well but they feel like they are to warm to be worn unter a shirt.

What models should I look for? I'm looking for comfy and stealth ones as for a push-up too (for certain occasions)
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Edward Hipperfuck - Fri, 25 Jul 2014 22:11:49 EST ID:9/B+h648 No.375957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Shit nigga, calm down, you look fine.
Cornelius Hoggleridge - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 05:06:18 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.375964 Ignore Report Quick Reply

yeah sorry i >>375926 forgot to say you look fine. Its just something i noticed. you have a smaller face than most transwomen.
My advice?
Put on heaps of weight. then your body will fill out. You wont be a slim model, unless you really work atr the gym and even then no guarantee, but people will not see how big your bones are!
Phoebe Pankinman - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 07:31:54 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.375969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pls no
David Chunnerbanks - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 22:38:20 EST ID:usy8XMcE No.375979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You look beautiful! I like your style; that's not an old lady shirt to me.. As others have said, go try on bras!! That's the only way to ensure you don't waste your time and money. Don't be afraid, my love! Walmart and Target have surprisingly decent bras. If you MUST order them online, check out Aerie. They have comfy, smaller cup bras.
Nathaniel Choffingham - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 21:56:40 EST ID:hL6nkGHO No.376038 Ignore Report Quick Reply

thx for the kind words!

Dr. Curtis Transhealth UK by Fuck Murdbanks - Mon, 16 Jun 2014 14:29:27 EST ID:gsS889De No.373735 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi there, I have an appointment to see Dr. Curtis in less than a month and i am looking for some advice on what to expect from going private with him. I am interested to find out the timescale of the whole process, advice on what to expect during the initial assessment, If I will be able to eventually get a prescription for mones from the NHS through Dr. Curtis.

I have already looked further afield and am just looking to gather as much information as I can, Thank you.
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Archie Clanningman - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 06:46:00 EST ID:VLWQG39j No.376004 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Yes Curtis instructs you to see a therapist, I will see mine twice in August and twice early September, so less than a month for the therapy side of things. Also Dr. Curtis will not make you live in your preferred role for any amount of time before he prescribes hormones, as long as you take blood tests and do the therapy you're good to go.

He is expensive, but you bypass all of the gate-keepery you may encounter with the NHS. Total cost for the first year with Dr. Curtis is somewhere around £900, aslong as you have some sort of steady income it's not too expensive as the payments are spread out across the year.
Jarvis Brallerham - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 07:00:48 EST ID:bLBAnDq6 No.376005 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ah great, I don't know where I got that idea from, and for £900 or so, i think it'll be worth it, i HATE waiting for this...I can't wait to get on track (:
Charles Foshstock - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 10:18:12 EST ID:p+EsUnD1 No.376006 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Honestly? He's a bit of a quack and is very hungry for our money. You'll definitely get your hormones regardless of your circumstances. It takes around 3 months but you can get fast tracked and skip his shrink if you've already had 6 therapy sessions somewhere else before seeing him.
Caroline Guddlestone - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 10:18:43 EST ID:g18DicJ9 No.376008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
> I swear to god I will jump out this fucking window if I have to wait a year to start treatment
>a year
Yeah try 2 and a half fucking years before even an initial appointment. I've been shipped around doing the basics. I've had 3 people question me to make sure I'm not mentally ill, one sex therapist, a slew of blood tests and having to check in with my GP at least every month or two. It's absolute bullshit to the highest degree. I'm finally in but due to the stress of having 0 money 0 job and 0 time I've missed an appointment and if I miss another I have to start all over again.

Fuck the NHS. I've been on hormones for over 2 years and they've done fuck-all to help me apart from blood tests. I tried committing suicide recently, and in the first ever appointment with a gender therapist, she said she might have to "hold back" treatment because I was suicidal too recently. I don't even give a shit about needing help apart from the fucking surgery and to be legally recognised as a woman, and chances are I'll pay for the surgery anyway because there's no surgeon on the NHS that can do a half-decent job and knows any techniques apart from the archaic penile inversion.
Nigger Fuckingwater - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 16:14:54 EST ID:Y9oF64Ch No.376032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm back home for the summer now but will be back in Brighton come september, sorry. I'll be more than keen on that drink then, but I dunno how I can find you... :/

One week by Jarvis Wunnerway - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 02:28:53 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.375985 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm able to start in one week. QHI or IHP and why? Anything i should know before starting? What do you wish you knew before? About when will I not be able to wear a t-shirt anymore?
Sophie Drapperville - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 05:04:20 EST ID:rift3TwE No.375994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I use IHP.

After two years I'm still in guy mode and going braless with only a single layer of t-shirt on.

Probably shouldn't do that, yeah, but nobody says anything. I guess most people assume they're pecs- in spite of my complete lack of muscle anywhere else.
Hannah Pengerridge - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 10:55:32 EST ID:fVV13/M4 No.376010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Weird you say that I still go IHP but it wasn't until year 3 that my boobs just exploded and still keep growing. The only things that keep me in guy mode are my voice and facial hair, which will be addressed now that after 4 years I finally have a career.
Jarvis Wunnerway - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 14:58:57 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.376028 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What are you saying at the beginning about IHP? Confuses me ._. I don't know whether to go with qhi or ihp.
Betsy Grandhood - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 15:04:57 EST ID:OSdbW44F No.376029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
New customers can't order from IHP without a prescription (though their .vu site allows you to, but you can only pay with eChecks), so you should go with QHI.
Jarvis Wunnerway - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 15:07:05 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.376030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hmm, do you think it's worth paying with eCheck? I'm mostly worried about price.

What is your makeup routine?? by Matilda Chammledale - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 05:21:15 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.375141 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey Ladies!

Post your makeup routine!

i consider this my daily makeup routine but i sometimes adjust it or leave things out depending on the day, during summer i usually avoid liquid foundation in favour for Australis pressed powder

>put on rimmel london honey beige foundation
>put on honey beige concealer
>put on Calvin Klein peach blush (it was discounted..)
>put on lancome ebony eyeliner on bottom lid
>put on maybelline collosall volume mascara
>put on loreal paris glam shine Lolita/random lipstick

i LOVE my lancome eyeliner, like its the best thing i have ever purchased in my whole life, if only it wasnt so expensive!

So whats your routine?
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George Ceddlewit - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 12:19:30 EST ID:BE+TslHo No.375887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought 1000 crunches was pretty extreme XD I should've noticed lol
John Comblelock - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 23:22:53 EST ID:E5i3hC4t No.375911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>BB cream
>Pressed powder
>Liquid eyeliner

Usually takes me about 30 minutes to finish. If I'm not in the mood for dressing up, I just put on some BB cream and concealer to even out my skin tone and to make my freckles less visible.
James Fadgewug - Fri, 25 Jul 2014 04:07:54 EST ID:MwYYOKUh No.375919 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>make my freckles less visible
Why do people always do this? Freckles are cute and make you seem younger, but everyone seems to want to get rid of them.

I wish I could make my freckles more visible.
David Chunnerbanks - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 23:32:09 EST ID:usy8XMcE No.375981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If ANYONE has any questions, from specific af to broad, please don't hesitate to ask! I started wearing makeup when I was in 5th grade, as I have a skin condition on my face and very blonde, thin, sparse eyebrows. I have A LOT of experience.
I'll post my routine.. GET READY, lol.. I'll put a * after my most essential products.

>Wash using Clarisonic brush with Neutrogena Naturals Fresh Cleansing + Makeup Remover, followed by Dermalogica Daily Exfoliation powder
>Moisturize with a variety of products depending on my face that day
>Prime using either Hourglass Mineral Primer*, or POP Face Magnet (if I have very baggy eyes [it has caffeine in it])
>Correct and highlight my eyes with Benefit Lemonaid, and Conceal dark circles with Benefit Boing
>Apply Make Up For Ever's HD Foundation*****. Let dry for a few minutes before setting with their HD Microfinish Setting Powder* using the MUFE Kabuki brush
>Contour my temples, forehead, nose, cheekbones and chin with a light application of Hoola bronzer by Benefit (or Naked Bronzer/Highlighter/Blush pallet by Urban Decay)
>Eyelid primer for eyeshadow by Urban Decay if I want my look to stay put all day/night.
>Eyeshadow: Urban Decay, Lorac, or Benefit brand products
("Big Beautiful Eyes" is a worthwhile purchase, as is any of the Naked pallets by UD)
>Eyeliner: typically applied with a thin tipped, angled brush dipped in a dark shade of eyeshadow (plum, dark brown, dark grey, emerald, navy, or black). Occasionally liquid liner by UD, or Stila for special days
>Mascara: They're Real! by Benefit*, Smokey Lash by Make Up For Ever, or DiorShow Waterproof
>EYEBROWS: Begin with Gimme Brow** by Benefit, sketch out shape with a brown eyeshadow (alternative to brow powder) and define with Anastasia's DipBrow Pomade*** using their angled brow brush. Finish with another layer of Gimme Brow
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Shitting Bezzlemure - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 13:03:26 EST ID:MwYYOKUh No.376015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You don't exfoliate every day do you?

Should I have said which products I use? Seems a lot of people do that.

One of the Origins Make A Difference Plus+ moisturizers. Don't have it in front of me so don't remember which one.
Guerlain - Meteorites Perles Light Diffusing Perfecting Primer
Lancôme - Teint Idole Ultra 24H - 005
Yves Saint Laurent - Volume Effect Faux Cils - Gray (8?)
Seems to be discontinued, so I need to find a replacement.
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california an mtfness by Edwin Claystone - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 03:30:56 EST ID:75c+dVXo No.375986 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey Im going through with being an mtf,
but I have no health insurance and I dont want to self med,
I mean, I would self med but I don't know what tests I should get or where I would go to get them without a doc
or what I would need checking up on and where I would get it

I live In central Norcal and sf is like an hour away and LA is 8 hours away, just for your geographical reference
How would I go about this with no insurance or regular doctor? Can I just see an endo first?
Can anyone recommend anyone please?
wat do I do, help
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Lillian Papperhood - Sun, 27 Jul 2014 04:10:37 EST ID:bXhkfB9U No.375988 Ignore Report Quick Reply
look up maddie deutsch in san fran. she comes down to LA but I think primarily works up there. She's at the Gay & Lesbian Center of LA, which is a non-profit/ cheap place. She might do a similar thing in SF

For tests: get female hormone panel. You just go to a local lab.

someone here will tell you about informed consent which you can just google a list of places for trans. informed consent just means you need no therapist, you sign a thing saying you understand the risks n shit, they prescribe hormones and check your blood to make sure you're not dying.

Waiting for HRT by Fuck Dredgewet - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 07:53:34 EST ID:AFWW4dBW No.375763 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I got a referral from my GP a couple of weeks ago to a gender specialist. From what I've heard, he's the specific one in my city that other trans* people see to get hormones, so essentially this is my only option.
This is all well and good, but apparently the wait time to get my first appointment is 3-4 months. In this couple of weeks I've been daydreaming about starting HRT more and more and am feeling dysphoric far more frequently.
Does /cd/ have any tips for coping with this agonizing dysphoric wait before I can hopefully become myself?
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Esther Nonderbodge - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 11:34:02 EST ID:GkzU4QPw No.375880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Doctors don't know shit about how to treat a transsexual when it comes to dosage. They will start you off with 2mg of E twice a day and 50mg of spiro twice a day and then monitor ur levels and then slowly increase spiro to 100 twice a day.
So basically your doctor treats you according to the most recent guidelines and studies?
>Transsexuals don't know shit about how to treat a transsexual when it comes to dosage.
There, I fixed it for you
Ernest Hummerwet - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 11:42:36 EST ID:k3VSKhLw No.375882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yes my doctor does, hes very by the books. And that last part is stupid. If you research and make yourself well informed you don't need a doctor to gatekeep ur medication. Don't you wanna be informed urself on how ur body works? or do you want someone making the calls just cause they have credentials doesnt mean they know everything. I'm not saying to not listen to ur doctor but being informed and being able to make ur own decisions is part of being an adult and gate keeping is wrong. I see my doctor as a health adviser not a health enforcer.
Beatrice Sellypene - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 11:55:40 EST ID:8ZtPmKMC No.375884 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>first appointment is 3-4 months
>Does /cd/ have any tips for coping with this agonizing dysphoric wait before I can hopefully become myself?

Yeah. Remind yourself that it's a hell of a lot shorter than some of us have had to wait. I was initially told 6-9 months, then 9-12 --- it was 15 before I got the damn call. (But I'm going though a program that uses volunteer endos.)

I think >>375802 has a good point about self-medding while seeing a doctor. Unless they know you're taking more than prescribed, wouldn't they want to hold back the dose if the numbers are higher than what they should be for what they gave you?
Esther Nonderbodge - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 12:05:17 EST ID:GkzU4QPw No.375886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's all very nice and dandy, it's also the reason why "shared decision making" is a big thing right now. But you still refuted your own statement.
>Doctors don't know shit about how to treat a transsexual when it comes to dosage.
If they monitor your levels and adapt the dosage accordingly, they're doing it exactly as they should. It's only normal they'll refuse to prescribe a higher dose in this case.
Barnaby Cobblehadging - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 16:42:06 EST ID:8mu/eNrE No.375973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Idk, I started with self medding, and with the magic of the magic of Safe Consent I didn't even have to change the dose I was on when I switched to prescribed HRT. Basically you start with the 2mg a day dose so that your boobs don't shoot out in random directions, and work your way up to 8mg gradually. And you should never take more or less than 100mg spiro a day; unless you want alot of health problems.

Blood tests and marijuana by Priscilla Turveyham - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 13:09:09 EST ID:VLWQG39j No.375888 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Soo I have my first blood test coming up soon (not currently on E) and I would like somebody to confirm that smoking weed won't affect the outcome of the tests. From what I have read it will only come up if they look for it specifically, Correct?

I'm not a heavy smoker, I haven't smoked anything in 6 months in fact, however I am going to Amsterdam next week and I will probably have a smoke whilst I'm there.
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Esther Nonderbodge - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 13:43:14 EST ID:GkzU4QPw No.375890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>From what I have read it will only come up if they look for it specifically, Correct?
Basil Clankinkure - Fri, 25 Jul 2014 13:48:32 EST ID:Y9oF64Ch No.375941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Seconding this opinion, also, they probably won't care anyway. A lot of people smoke weed, and if they don't, most people understand that it's not a big deal. Only a police drug test would pull you up on that, and that's only because they have to.
Alice Buppersat - Fri, 25 Jul 2014 23:31:27 EST ID:12rGqHp1 No.375959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yeah, if it's just a doctor giving you the test, no worries. In fact you should probably inform your doctors of weed and any other drugs you're taking. I always have.
Cornelius Hoggleridge - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 05:51:16 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.375965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Same here. They'ree doctors not your mum
Nigel Hinnerham - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 06:13:47 EST ID:RNtV3KTV No.375966 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Yup I also tell my doctor its no big deal, you might aswell tell them it could affect any meds youll take.

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