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General help plz by Lillian Fovinghad - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 05:36:18 EST ID:8mu/eNrE No.375575 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've got a bunch of money saved up, what do I do with it. Is there anything that makes your hair grow faster, what kind of makeup do I need to get.? How should I style my hair, and most importantly what kind of stuff should I do to pass better.
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Nell Clerrywill - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 13:17:44 EST ID:rnIVPIR7 No.375712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375711
Nah m8, let's ne honest it's kinda big.
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Molly Crallerlat - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 13:23:31 EST ID:OSdbW44F No.375713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375712
Well, lenses can distort things, like causing a slight fisheye effect (everything in the middle because bigger, everything not in the middle because smaller... This would make your nose look bigger).
But yes, it' looks like a thick nose.
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Martin Clayshaw - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 13:24:35 EST ID:g18DicJ9 No.375714 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375712
it's kinda big but I wouldn't say masculine. They just happen to have a nose. If it was angular and very long then it might have been more of a problem, it's just a little wide. If she's not already on hormones then she'll pass with flying colours, and all that's really needed is longer hair and plucked eyebrows
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Graham Habberpine - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 18:47:15 EST ID:RRC8n5oT No.375745 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375668
Better, but needs work. I can tell it's not smooth looking, especially on the bottom. Watch youtube make-up tutorials to learn how to apply make-up better.

Don't spend all your money on clothes, just some, your style and your body will most likely change the longer you're on HRT. Like how much money do you actually have? Are you on HRT? Your main concentration should be permanent hair removal assuming you need it and HRT/doctor's visits and stuff. Save the rest for things you decide you need down the road, like clothes, SRS/Orchiectomy and FFS if you want it(not sure you're going to need FFS judging by this.)

Pluck your eyebrows and look at hair styles online and figure something out that you want. Take a picture to a stylist and tell them you want it to look like that, it's the clearest way to explain what you want to them and will help prevent them giving you a toned down maleish cut like the usually do to male looking people who ask for long cuts. I asked for a pixie when I was just starting out on HRT and I got Harvard Law School cut instead.
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Hamilton Dellerway - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 23:50:29 EST ID:8mu/eNrE No.375751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375745
I've been on HRT for about 5 months now.


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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Priscilla Worthingman - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 14:00:22 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.375717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375261

Let's hope your SRS vaginal doesn't suck and looks pretty.
Let's hope he doesn't find out via finding some documentation about your transition
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Doris Smallfoot - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:10:23 EST ID:ggaqyxa6 No.375721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>ITT how to fuck up your social life and emotional state

Godspeed, OP. RIP in peace
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Reuben Turveyford - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:26:21 EST ID:CFuJqwIy No.375723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375715
i bet you're a fun gal at parties.
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Doris Fommlepeck - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 17:26:24 EST ID:+6McIN4/ No.375730 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375715
>>375715
>>375715
Looks like you still haven't learned, but i guess everyone is different. For some it takes a tragedy, lets hope yours isn't death...
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Caroline Soblingbanks - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 22:59:37 EST ID:x2KLlQgW No.375750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP's bf is ultimate virgin beta

Dating for half a year and didnt mention boy parts, either it's long distance or online relationship.
You can have him OP, thx for making a tranny version of Elliot Rodgers


The only problem with transitioning... by Nigel Sevingbotch - Fri, 04 Jul 2014 13:28:55 EST ID:ZlcEuxBJ No.374792 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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is guys. I don't know how to interact with them anymore; they treat women completely differently than men. If you have an idea, their reaction to it is similar to, 'aww she has an idea. Ain't that cute'; as a guy they treat you seriously, like an equal. They go out of their ways to do things for you that they wouldn't do for other guys. Conversation is frequently just a pretext for hitting on you.

It's frustrating, confusing, draining, and very awkward. I don't know how to deal with them anymore.

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to adjust to how guys act? I'm finding it very difficult and I miss how guys were pre-transition.
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Nigger Nonderton - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 21:36:02 EST ID:iZ6Wy/vD No.375517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375509

> emotional intelligence of an ape

Well yeah, we are apes after all.
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Fuck Nicklespear - Fri, 18 Jul 2014 13:53:24 EST ID:+6McIN4/ No.375542 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375509
I know an ftm who just started transitioning, and hes still trying to get over the sex drive. He had no idea it was this bad for guys, was a real eye opener for him.
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Fucking Wasslemutch - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 04:33:03 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.375573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375542
I think allot of women would find the constancy of the male sex drive maddening. It is actually TOO much.
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Graham Habberpine - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 19:44:22 EST ID:RRC8n5oT No.375748 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you just talk to guys casually, don't talk about girly shit all the time, joke with them, talk to them about shit they care about or are interested in, then they'll treat you like a human instead of a piece of meat or being all awkward around you because they are bad with girls. Granted this will not only work and sexist, overtly masculine dudes, and strangers or casual acquaintances will probably treat you differently, but I pass well and have male friends who are cool with me, some of them are obviously kind of awkward or fail to get too chummy, but it's not like you can't be friends with dudes anymore. Sexism is something you will just have to deal with, not all guys respect women or have experience having many close female friends. I'm chill, talk about non-gender specific interests a lot, and don't act like a bubbly barbie doll and plenty of guys are cool with me. Also make female friends, female friends are cool.
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Graham Habberpine - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 19:44:57 EST ID:RRC8n5oT No.375749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375748
only should be always**


DIY legals by Fucking Wasslemutch - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 04:22:43 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.375570 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So i have some Progynova(2 mg) and some Androcur (50 mg)

Story is:
>started seeking professional help last year
>got the refferal from doctor to psyche
>psych agree so i got the refferal to Endo
>missed appointment with endo so im waiting for the next one which in like 2 months time.
>freind gave me some mones because i already have the go ahead but not the mones or the test

Im seeing a doctor on monday and im wandering if its legal to tell them i am taking these mones. My ex currently going on about how im endangering myself and putting my life at risk, telling me that she wont support this and wont be my freind if i take them.
I took some of the androcur last night and i noticed that when i would usually have a sexual thought (very common) in my brain my genitals didnt react and that actually made me so happy.

I need to know if its okay so take sucha high dose of andro and such a low dose of the prog. I dont want to doubble up because i dont have much.

Whats the go CD? is this just a bad idea?
i am done with being in limbo, i am going out fem all the time now and i can feel this darkness approaching. I need to start NOW.
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Ebenezer Borryman - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 09:55:00 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.375611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375577
Thankyou!
I am not young, just turned 24. i started going through the process last year and my feelings of dysphoria due to not making any progress on this physically had gotten to me being alleviated by starting now feels worth it to me.
The daily and constant sex drive has also been a maddening issue since beginning to transition. Going into a world where women are just other women and being accepted by them allowed me to make so much progress socially, finally being me and having sex on the mind all the time makes me feel weird and gross.

I am wandering now if the endo will want me to stop so they can get a clear idea of my hormone levels. How long for? and should i also do anything else to get to my natural levels, faster too if possible?
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Hedda Dartwell - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 11:17:05 EST ID:OSdbW44F No.375612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375611
If you stop taking hormones now your levels will probably have time to return to normal.
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Ebenezer Borryman - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 13:13:15 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.375616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375612
it takes 2-3 months for them to return to normal?
cmon be real...
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Hedda Dartwell - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 13:21:26 EST ID:OSdbW44F No.375617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375616
You've taken the hormones a few days yes? It's not going to take long for your body to go back to your original state, even if you've been on them a month it can probably go back to how it was before pretty quickly.
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Graham Habberpine - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 19:31:11 EST ID:RRC8n5oT No.375747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I went to a doctor only after being on HRT for 8 months already. He gave me a prescription immediately with no referral letter although I did tell him I had seen a therapist a few times about it and she recommended him. If they are a doctor worth a damn they just want to make sure you aren't hurting yourself and if you've already made the decision to self med they know you probably aren't going to stop. Granted there are transphobic or inexperienced doctors who wont help due to bigotry or liability, but just find a decent one with a good reputation or someone who does informed consent and you'll be fine.


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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Sophie Tootbanks - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 08:23:20 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.375664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375615

Wow i love your routine! i might have to try it out sometime! :)
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Hedda Snodworth - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 09:33:21 EST ID:MwYYOKUh No.375666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375631
Don't need it; the blush adds enough definition, and the foundation is light enough to not hide the natural contours of the face.

You do kinda have to have a naturally feminine face for that routine to work though. Nothing you need to "downplay".

>>375664
It does work wonders, and I'm not kidding when I mention people complimenting.

I'd give examples of the stuff people have said and done, but maybe that wouldn't be very nice of me? Considering a lot of people here struggle with their looks.
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Cornelius Wupperstock - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 10:42:36 EST ID:p4FsVak+ No.375669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375615
Hey that's kinda close to mine!
>>375200
That makes me feel better lol. It really does look nice I think, maybe if I'd go out more often ha. Def the thick, dark and defined eyebrows, those alone are probably like one of the biggest things I can do, or has the most impact, unless I have like a terrible beard shadow then maybe there'd be more impact getting rid of that lol. I have gotten compliments on my eyebrows variously before. Then a little color in the lips and yeahhh. Mascara is good too. My skin used to be pretty good but it's often kinda messed up now? So foundation and stuffs. My mom said I looked natural after saying my eyebrows are very dark or something which seems funny cuz my skin so bad like did you not see before? =P And I need to double check how/where exactly to apply blush because I always feel like it's "off" when I do it. I just don't and end up looking like vampire movie white skin person a little lol which is kindaa cool too but yeah lol.

So like what do y'all do to keep your skin good? haha I see >>375598 like only does skin stuff. I'm lazy so =) Right now I use like olive oil to shave and take off make up, I was using sunflower and sometimes grape seed oil before when I thought my skin was doing better lol. Possibly had a better dosage going then too. Also the razors I just got suck and aren't helping cuz running it over face multiple times in multiple directions, gonna have to stop that lol. Razor recommendations? Should I've started a new thread?
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Betsy Gockleforth - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 17:07:56 EST ID:OBV2Ttmh No.375678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>375141

>Spritz face with Rosewater Spray from Mario Badescu
>Peter Thomas Roth Moisturizer, Babyskin Primer
>NARS Radiant Concealer
>YSL Le Teint Touche Éclat Foundation
>Watts Up! Cream Highlight from Benefit(?)
>Brigitte Blush
>MAC Boldly Bare Lip Pencil w/ Bobbi Brown's "Brownie" Lipstick
>Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette for setting/highlighting
>Urban Decay Naked Palette 2 for eyes
>Dollywink + Maybelline Lash Stiletto Black Eyeliner
>Makeup Forever Smoky Extravagant Mascara
>Dollywink #4 & Dollywink #10 eyelashes
>Anastasia Brow Gel
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Graham Habberpine - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 18:58:44 EST ID:RRC8n5oT No.375746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Moisturizer
>Primer(sometimes, when I have the time and want to look extra nice) - Bare Minerals Prime Time
>Concealer on places with shadow like upper lip and sides of chin - Maybelline Super Stay 24
>Liquid Foundation - Covergirl trueBlend
>Powder Foundation - Revlon Colorstay
>Light blush so I don't look like a vampire and it gives me some contouring
>Eyeliner - L'Oreal Silkissime in charcoal
>Mascara(usually only when I'm going out to a party or a bar or something)
>Lip balm close to my natural lip color, sometimes I use lipstick, but not usually. -L'Oreal Color Riche in Caring Coral


Laser experiences? by Jarvis Gurryfat - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 23:19:17 EST ID:SAndXRte No.375696 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been twice, and they make me wait a month between visits because it takes 2 weeks I guess for the hair to start falling out and they want to make sure it's all gone.

it hurts so bad

How many of these visits is it gonna take? I'm thinking it's gonna be like literal years.
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John Hanningshit - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 23:51:32 EST ID:rift3TwE No.375697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was promised "Really good results" due to my pale skin and dark hair. After six visits, six months, and about $1800, I've still got a few patches that need to be shaved daily if I want to pass. I still have to shave everywhere- because there are still a lot of fine hairs that the laser turned blonde. Fairly unnoticeable though.

What most folks do is laser off the bulk of it and do electrolysis for what's left.
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Betsy Drackledock - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 06:35:01 EST ID:GkzU4QPw No.375702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375697
Or laser the bulk, and pluck the few stragglers with tweezers.
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John Cimblewutch - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:51:40 EST ID:qtRvBl05 No.375726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375697
>about $1800
WTF? Groupon could have easily saved you $1,200...
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Graham Habberpine - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 18:36:02 EST ID:RRC8n5oT No.375744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375726
Yeah I got a Groupon for 6 sessions at a legit laser clinic on half my face for like $300 and when I asked about paying more for my whole face they just did it for me for free because it's really not that much work for them and I guess they figured they'd get more business from me because of the trans.

Also doing like 6-10 laser sessions then switching to electrolysis is the way to go.


Cam Whoring by Eugene Bripperwill - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 19:25:50 EST ID:RRC8n5oT No.375682 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm a pretty passable, attractive(I think) trans girl. I've been on HRT 3 years now, I just lost my pretty good full time job where I was riding to work with my girlfriend who had the same schedule, I have no car and live in the suburbs so even though I have experience my job prospects are shit and I'm tired of subsisting.

I've been thinking about getting into porn since before I lost my job, my girlfriend is fine with it, and it's come to my attention that camming can be pretty lucrative for some. I'm looking for advice, comments, and resources on getting started.

What are the good sites to cam on? Can anyone recommend examples of people who are successful and what they do, links to videos so I can learn, or give me any tips? I'm aware my image will be out there forever, I don't really care, I just want money and an outlet for my slutiness.
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Priscilla Chavingston - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 08:23:29 EST ID:s4dKa0Mb No.375705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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me not hrt
rate
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Nell Clerrywill - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 13:51:29 EST ID:rnIVPIR7 No.375716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Might I ask, when did you start hrt?
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Doris Fommlepeck - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 17:39:48 EST ID:+6McIN4/ No.375733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375682
Do something tip-based
If your pretty enough you will make significantly more than your male counter part
For example i deliver pizzas and make about $50-100 a day, females make almost double. But they are also constantly getting sexually harassed, so there are pros and cons
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Graham Habberpine - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 18:09:27 EST ID:RRC8n5oT No.375742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I honestly just want information about cam sites and stuff. I understand what my job options are, I actually just had an interview today for a decent position as an assistant manager and I have a 2nd interview for it coming up, but I have things I need. Car, more electrolysis, more laser, tracheal shave, SRS down the road. Lots of money I don't have and I have shit credit from when I was young and stupid so I have to save and pay out of pocket.
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Graham Habberpine - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 18:11:04 EST ID:RRC8n5oT No.375743 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375716
July 2011. Next Monday is actually my 3 year HRT anniversary.


Name? by Frederick Pickway - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 23:47:21 EST ID:u5QjDlNC No.375599 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>TFW not sure what name to choose
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Molly Sovingforth - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 07:04:44 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.375704 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375703

Dame Edna
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Archie Candlemock - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 14:02:20 EST ID:xRpwdjPP No.375718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375703
Molly
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Molly Crallerlat - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 14:03:46 EST ID:OSdbW44F No.375719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375703
Martha
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Archie Candlemock - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:00:15 EST ID:xRpwdjPP No.375720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375719
>Molly Crallerlat
Its a sign.
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David Musslewater - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 17:59:40 EST ID:48Cp9UVU No.375741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375690
And?


Radfem is rad! by Nell Clerrywill - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:36:12 EST ID:rnIVPIR7 No.375724 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Why does it need SHEila Jeffreys -a womyn born womyn- to tell you folks that you don't exist?
Couldn't you manly female body rapers figure it out on your own?
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Charlotte Dartdale - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 17:46:04 EST ID:wyNDtD4a No.375736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375731
those were all customer reviews from Amazon...
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Edwin Honeycocke - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 17:49:21 EST ID:I+k/7gAH No.375737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375736
And all of them do hate you. :)
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Charlotte Dartdale - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 17:52:45 EST ID:wyNDtD4a No.375738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375737
>tfw using the Eurocentric Imperialism to colonize women's bodies
:^)
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Edwin Honeycocke - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 17:53:52 EST ID:I+k/7gAH No.375739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375738
You vile basterd!
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Edwin Honeycocke - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 17:59:29 EST ID:I+k/7gAH No.375740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For all of its faults, this is a necessary book for our current moment. I picked it up because the title caught my eye. It very simply reminds the potential reader of what used to be the standard position of the feminist Left: that gender is a social construction (that is to say, it can't be explained by biological determinism), and that as far as social constructions go, it is an extremely harmful one. On the Left today, one is instead likely to encounter politically correct language about the *importance* of gender that, despite being absurdly irrational, must be accepted lest one be accused of being "transphobic". Meanwhile, the Right is, at least superficially, defending liberty, equality, and reason. There could not be a better time for a book called "Gender Hurts".

The book details the physical harms of sex reassignment surgery and hormone "therapies", gives some historical context for the ways that these medical interventions have been promoted for the erasure of intersexuality, homosexuality, and autogynephilia, and perhaps most critically, it explores the effect of transgender ideology and practice on families, communities, and the feminist movement.

The most unfortunate aspect of the book, in my opinion, is that it echoes much of the sensationalism that characterizes the 20th century feminist literature on this topic, particularly Janice Raymond's "The Transsexual Empire". In fact, "The Transsexual Empire" is cited throughout the book, and some of its most incoherent passages (which people involved in the practice of trangenderism legitimately find to be dehumanizing and offensive) are directly quoted by Jeffreys.

Probably one of the most unsuccessful parts of the book is a chapter devoted to drawing connections between the 20th century eugenics movement and transgenderism. The chapter raises valid concerns with the contemporary practice of transgendering children (which in some cases involves sterilization), but fails to make any significant historical connection between eugenics and transgenderism. It is disappointing, especially since after the Holocaust and Apartheid, the eugenics movement is probably the 20th century phenomenon wh…
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Worried but I guess it's my fault by Esther Turveystock - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 09:32:07 EST ID:xLrjuslx No.375707 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Due to family I had I stop hormones at 7 months.
I've been taking testosterone blockers still though and am starting E again today.
Did I ruin my chance at breasts or should they just continue rowing as normal?
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Esther Turveystock - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 09:40:47 EST ID:xLrjuslx No.375708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375707
Because I'm a tard I forgot to mention that I stopped for about 11 months.
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Jarvis Packlefield - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:13:43 EST ID:oBka7mbE No.375722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375708
that's fine just don't stop estrogen for 8 years. If you're still kinda young then you will have boobs, depending on what your family generally gets. It did take a while for my breasts to start growing again after a few years of testosterone poisoning but they're still growing, just slower.


FFS by Esther Drullyfield - Sat, 14 Jun 2014 20:07:59 EST ID:HKDfj2Ko No.373622 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can we get a ffs thread going pwease? like, your experience, cost and all that stuff? I wanted to get mine done with Dr. O but now that he's retiring I don't really know where else to look.
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Molly Bushshit - Sun, 22 Jun 2014 06:22:34 EST ID:Egmssw+p No.374176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For those of you who have done consultations and scheduled FFS with one of the major surgeons, how long was the wait (a) before the consultation and (b) from the consult to surgery date?

I feel right at the edge of passing/ going part- or fulltime. I'm sure I pass just fine, but mostly I just want to get all this shit over with. I want to get FFS in the next 6-10 months and want to know how far in advance I have to plan. It can't be as bad as the year-long SRS waitlist.
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Samuel Blackhall - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 01:28:43 EST ID:cweS3Ydm No.375651 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>373752

> he currently had four surgeons interested in purchasing the practice. He proceeded to list each of them off to me individually, and their pros and cons.

Do you remember the names??

> He only thought one of them was really serious about purchasing the practice, and he said that in his opinion this surgeon was even more skilled than him.

Especially this one?
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Sidney Pudgestitch - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 11:47:04 EST ID:RXL90kqy No.375672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>373646

You can scan just the part on picking a surgeon, no need to put online the entire book
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Priscilla Muttingwudge - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 02:05:16 EST ID:ZKv4UdOq No.375698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374176

I just had a consultation with Zukowski this past Friday. I made that appointment about four weeks beforehand, and it seems like that's not a problem at all (although he was fairly busy that day when I was in the office). In terms of available surgery dates, he said that there were a few openings in September and then October would be easy.
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Ernest Worthingford - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 02:43:36 EST ID:kIu3U55F No.375700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375698
Thanks. I am considering him over others at this point, and that helps.


Post Music by Phoebe Nungersire - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 03:55:40 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.375569 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huavJMGUbiI

This song is very awesome.

It reminds of the hypocrisy and dishonesty that people portray when it comes to their sexuality. From the neighbor who is a swinger to the closeted Congressman.
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Thomas Clongerledge - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 16:59:53 EST ID:B7wW6ju+ No.375622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Bilinda Butchers - Tanka (ft. Lamp)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQiMlohRy6A
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Ian Chuckleford - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 06:35:01 EST ID:vPdTM5ZU No.375661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Oh great a /mu/ thread here on my /cd/.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2NCiNKdCYU

Watermelon in easter hay written by Frank Zappa, performed by his son Dweezil.

I really love the nostalic/melancholic/sentimental vibe this tune carries.
Brings back a lot of bitter-sweet memories from the long forgotten past.

This tune makes me almost cry, whenever i hear it.
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Betsy Gockleforth - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 17:10:19 EST ID:OBV2Ttmh No.375679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
mostly this song lately
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjkWlhSzy2M
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Matilda Tillingwater - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 21:47:05 EST ID:8+hSRloy No.375689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Chromatics - Kill For Love (song)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0mxXrHowHQ

Listened to this whole album a lot immediately before I actually started transition and somehow it tends to dredge up a ton of emotions from that time. Some good, mostly sad.
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Hedda Crashridge - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 02:20:54 EST ID:12rGqHp1 No.375699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I always relate this song to my gender issues and it's one of my favorite songs for that reason, besides Coheed being incredible:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVVZ5RgIc2M


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