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AMERICAN REFLEXXX by Lydia Supperstedge - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 20:52:01 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386908 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Thoughts/opinions on American Reflexxx?


>dat fearful herd mentality
>dat fat little white girl and her stampeding mother
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Reuben Bloffingchidge - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 06:46:51 EST ID:ANhnyAXt No.386978 Ignore Report Quick Reply
would just get some stares from passers by, because looks creepy
Albert Clarringfoot - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 09:31:11 EST ID:C3RiWZsJ No.386980 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You're fucking retarded.
Betsy Lightcocke - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 10:52:05 EST ID:ypS39/xH No.386981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Nell Shakebanks - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 10:56:01 EST ID:m1mk0kCV No.386982 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No one deserves to be insulted and pushed down like that for whatever reason, of course, ya shit.

Kinda makes me sad that almost everyone here assumed she was trans. Good job y'all. Not that it should matter of course but lol.

I almost posted this a few days ago when I saw it and it had me all fucked up and stuff lol.

Part of it largely I assume is the mask is what helped to allow people to dehumanize her in their mind(which is still fucking ridiculous, it's crazy people can be so damn basic(perhaps new way to use that ha, primitive, machines even(sometimes I'm disconcerted how we just react(I don't think we have to be on that level though), looks for example, cute baby face -> protect and feel empathy, ugly/disfigured face -> get backkk, and it sorta makes sense in like an evolutionary way and stuff which just makes it even crazier/worse haha damn life, sometimes I feel like I'm cheating by being attractive, moving to more a more empathy-inducing appearance, it seems so unfair, I'm having quite the morning lol)), also mob mentality, etc.

But yeah I totally thought she was amazing. Just in what she was doing in the first place, being a total trip, and for taking all of that so well. I feel like I could relate. Reminds me of like tripping balls at a festival haha. Like just raw weirdness, confidence, shit that puts people in awe(kinda like they were, among other things though obviosuly) =P getting fanciful haha. Like seriously though, she had power over them, probably why some weak, insecure individuals wanted to tear her down. I want a mask like that. Not that I'm going to go out and try to get myself hurt but it'd be cool to have and who knows. I was inspired.

I find the concept of "uncanny valley" quite fascinating too.

Causing involuntary reactions in people with body language and more, it all ties together hahaha. =P weird weird weird
Nell Shakebanks - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 11:05:29 EST ID:m1mk0kCV No.386983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ohhhhhh and since y'all were talking about martial arts and stuff I thought I'd chime in with more thoughts/how my life goes! For one thing to the person mentioning parkour and capoeira, I got into parkour when I was young like before transitioning, and then into tricking as they call it lol(it's a blend of martial arts, gymnastics, breakdancing, anything, for the purpose of aesthetic combinations of flips, spins, and twists haha, like capoeira has fancish, acrobatic moves, it draws stuff from that, wushu, etc).

I suck at all such things atm lol and have recently been trying to get back into tricking. It kinda fits, basically need to just focus on power/speed from my legs(which I do, I have been working out, even just at home for now, and flexibility is important too which I figure would be nice to have on several levels =P), kicks are part of it, a strong defense kick seems super useful for self-defense(better be damn good if you want to try a fancy or high kick lol). I'm 6'2" almost. I feel like I can give inhuman, "I'm not there" stares. Like uncanny shit, stuff that makes people uncomfortable, like they can't predict how you'll act. My brother is also into self-defense you could say and I get tips from him. I feel relatively safe. Who knows if it's founded at all =P Yes am high.

Laser by Nigger Coshhug - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 01:04:44 EST ID:s4vDp++2 No.386931 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it decent enough to buy a cheap home laser hair removal machine? Or should I save for an expensive one. Or, should I get it done by someone in a hair removal place?
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Fuck Weckleledging - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 04:23:24 EST ID:C3RiWZsJ No.386942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well it's not really a one use thing... considering how long it takes to completely remove hairs.
I had my face done by pros. Took about a whole year and around 1200$ to get it done.

I'd be impressed if you'd manage to laser your own face on your own. Shit is really sensitive, it stings/burn like hell and you have to keep track of which tiny area you're at, at all times.
In average, one session on my face took 40 minutes. Takes around 6 or 7 sessions to get it done. Once every 2.5 months.

Tbh I think it's more realistic to buy one for youself if you want to do your legs or wtv. But for face I'd recommend letting someone else do it, otherwise you'll fuck it up.
Polly Begglehall - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 19:12:02 EST ID:1pa2d+AT No.386946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>In average, one session on my face took 40 minutes. Takes around 6 or 7 sessions to get it done. Once every 2.5 months.

How do they do it do they start at the bottom of your face and move to other areas?
I mean having part of your face be bald and the others hairy would lool kinda of funny.
How does that work?
Albert Clarringfoot - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 21:30:36 EST ID:C3RiWZsJ No.386950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't think you understand how this works.
In one session, you get your whole face laser'd but it will still grow back.
Basically how it works is that each time you do a session you get fewer and fewer hairs. On the first session, the laser's intensity is set to low, so it'll deal with the darker and more developped hairs. Each session after that is about upgrading the intensity to deal with lighter and lighter colored hair.

After a year of doing that, you should not have to worry about hair anymore. I still have some that grow, but they're so light it doesn't even matter.
David Hedgehood - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 23:03:38 EST ID:1pa2d+AT No.386960 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Essentially they laser your whole beard off each time,so if you have a full beard they laser it off completely.....each time.
Nigel Bunkinwill - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 08:54:08 EST ID:yX8VY/27 No.386979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Buying it myself would be significantly cheaper. Anyone have experience doing it at themselves?

When To Tell A Guy You Are Transgender by Whitey Niggerson - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 01:06:54 EST ID:dyWIY+Wv No.386970 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>After first date and over the phone.

I agree. If you tell them upfront, they'll be weirded out. If you tell them in person, they might try to physically hurt you.

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Nell Bullyferk - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 02:50:56 EST ID:nqO2lXhh No.386973 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Jack Pittfield - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 03:41:54 EST ID:4qqCayxn No.386974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Via Phone after first "serious" Date... dat's the way I roll 'swell.
Edward Goodway - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 06:43:44 EST ID:wr3ozVvc No.386977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I like Joules.
I tend to go for girls and they can always tell I wasn't born female, whereas the men tend to think I was. So no problems for me, but I tend to let everyone know pretty early that I'm not male.
Nell Shakebanks - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 11:17:22 EST ID:m1mk0kCV No.386984 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I feel like after a date might a little late?(in my personal what-I-would-do, not trying to tell other people what they should do tbh). If it's already framed as a date? I wouldn't feel like I could get a kiss or hardly anything physical and stuff until I say something. I didn't watch the video though. I feel like I should say something if I even get flirtatious with them like online, and am actually interested/not just being nice. Screw getting to know people online though, for that reason basically haha. I'd rather someone have seen me in person already anyway and we can go from there.

Idk I have some like hard line about not trying to be "deceiving." Ehh I might've relaxed on that since thinking about it much haha.

Or maybe if people actually did "dates" still >_> haha
Nell Shakebanks - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 11:21:41 EST ID:m1mk0kCV No.386985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And honestly I'm kinda okay with that I guess because screw trying to get someone hooked and them have problems with it along the way. Maybe they wouldn't necessarily but like if they get weirded out then to be cliche, their loss haha, but really, good for them, they can go off and there are more people out there that are farther along in a direction helpful for me. I already went through a trying to prove myself to some shit and ughhhh haha. There may be some nuances/differences between pre/non-op and post-op I guess, and I'm still on the former side.

Day 1 by Matilda Suddlegold - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 01:06:17 EST ID:boL5GKr8 No.386841 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Wish me luck /cd/! I'm so excited...
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Ernest Bardville - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 10:40:00 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386871 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ah, I mean. Hard to do that with 2mg E pills, but whatever. You'll be fine.
Matilda Suddlegold - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 14:50:25 EST ID:boL5GKr8 No.386876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
50mg Spiro twice daily for the first week
100mg Spiro twice daily second week
I'll add estro week three.

Is that too fast?
Phyllis Sarringdurk - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 16:13:31 EST ID:gQZt6Ky6 No.386879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>sold my dreamcast for drugs
>regret it since

I even got it for a good price. In box near mint for 60 bucks. I sold it for 80 but I still regret it. The dude I bought it from was my drug dealer too. Best dealer I ever had, used to come straight to my house, til he quit selling drugs. Your picture made me sad ;-;
Oliver Dartcocke - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 17:18:38 EST ID:PGOLmkA8 No.386890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Idk. Compared to my doctor's dosing it's pretty damn fast but then one of my friends who just started last week is on a high dose. Each doctor does it differently. You'll most likely be fine tbh. I personally might make it at least two weeks at each level though.
Faggy Warringlire - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 00:48:32 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.386969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I got put on a full dose immediately by a doc, you should be okay unless you're allergic. Then Jenner comes to your house and kills you. Or something.

Please tell it will be ok by Barnaby Clayson - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 02:18:30 EST ID:+SRNfON3 No.386937 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I keep falling for guys, then when our flirting reach's apex, I get scared of telling them so I back off (cause chances are they aren't cool with it and then they go outing me all over the place.) I'm sure they wonder what they did wrong. But the problem is me, and it feels like this is always how it's going to be. Please tell me it's not always like this? I wish society wasn't so down on us, otherwise I think more guys would broadcast their interests more and I knew who to trust.
Polly Biblingville - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 21:51:01 EST ID:nwXiAeFd No.386954 Ignore Report Quick Reply

you will eventually be able to tell people, the trick is to not be ashamed of yourself for being trans.
Albert Clarringfoot - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 23:18:03 EST ID:C3RiWZsJ No.386965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Where do you find these guys if you think they can't handle a trans?
I'd suggest trying to find someone who you know is trans-friendly in the first place. Queer parties and the likes.

Alternatively, you can try to be sneaky-sneaky and idk, mention that a friend of yours is trans, and ask them what they think about that. Should do the trick if you're looking for a reaction.

R8 N H8, I RLY APPRECI8, M8 by John Niggerwater - Sun, 12 Apr 2015 00:49:21 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386101 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, new passing thread? appreciate

I'm actually a bit amazed how quickly these threads reach critical mass, compared to the rest of the board.
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Hannah Crissledale - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 17:56:53 EST ID:uvnHDTjU No.386896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ah. I'm sorry to hear that about your parents. I don't have a Twitter account but I decided to check it out to see what people were saying. A lot of hate as I kind of expected. But you can't let those idiots sway your opinion. Haters gon' h8
David Billingville - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 01:55:41 EST ID:2Ws1z3U6 No.386935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thanks so much! My voice is actually pretty decent from what I've been told, I frequently got mistaken as a girl on the phone prior to transitioning/changing my voice so I guess it was never very masculine. I do weird stuff with my voice a lot (I tend to make voices when recounting stories, like some vocal gesticulation or something) so I've been able to pitch my voice up pretty easy without doing a falsetto thing. I still hate hearing it though...

I've gone fulltime about 4 months ago and I haven't been misgendered since a couple times the first month when I was still wary about pitching up my voice/dressing more femininely at work so I'm pretty content I guess. I'm still growing out my hair, which I think (hope) will help me out even more. I spend most of my days now worrying about my general body I guess, like hip to waist ratio and the like. I want to be able to rock a dress better :\

You've got wonderful hair and eyes yourself! I don't usually comment on other people but I think you definitely pass, I think it's pretty obvious that you do!

Thank yah much!
Rebecca Grandgold - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 09:27:13 EST ID:+8o4SrjX No.386945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Is it too late to post?
Nathaniel Gannerridge - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 19:59:37 EST ID:S5yJ1M1T No.386949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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no makeup just wokeup pic : 3
Sidney Sammercheck - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 21:36:25 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386951 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Trans? by Ian Niggerhood - Fri, 24 Apr 2015 18:32:14 EST ID:kBtDKHRZ No.386814 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi /cd/

Normally I'm off posting on /opi/, /benz/, /pokemang/, /hooch/, and occasionally /weed/, but lately I've been trying to branch out a bit and I decided to come to a board that I normally would never go to. I don't come with any trolling (I gather that there is plenty of that here), but instead I'm interested in what you folks go through. Are you all trannies? Are some of you not there yet? What's it like? I assume it's pretty difficult living with such a thing, at least in some cultures.

I can't imagine going through what you folks go through, so props for making tough decisions and what not, but I also have no idea what you go through. I've never met a tranny (or at least, I've never known), and don't really understand them. Is it all just men that turn into women, or is the opposite true too? Anyway, this post is just here so I can gain a better understanding of trannies (I admit there was a time when I made fun of the idea). So, if you don't mind, tell me what it's all like.

Pic unrelated. Fox ftw.
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Rebecca Blerringforth - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 01:50:16 EST ID:6SdQApDV No.386934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
FTMs experience that in reverse. It's not easier to get off, but my libido went up almost immediately after starting testosterone. I can't say much else because I'm a kissless virgin.
Lydia Supperstedge - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 02:31:33 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386938 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>kissless virgin
Are you a literal bastard child with no siblings, too? Are you me? >tfw
Faggy Bremmershaw - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 09:24:20 EST ID:7F9TIskD No.386944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well, what I tell my mom is, if she really wonders about how I feel about something, she can just imagine herself or one of my sisters being in my physical situation.
There's no difference between a cis girl and trans girl, mentally, or with a cis guy and a trans guy. A trans girl feels the same about her facial hair as a cis girl would feel if she had facial hair, the feelings surrounding all of these things, like basically body "identity", are the exact same for trans and cis.

Many trans people pretty much has to come up with probably on average about $20k, or they die.
FFS (facial feminization surgery) is most of the time required, or the person is very likely to commit suicide, as you can hopefully understand (people who are deformed are much likelier to commit suicide). Unfortunately trans people aren't seen as human yet, anywhere in the world, so our human rights aren't the same as cis peoples human rights.
There aren't many harder things to go through, the only worse things, or things that are on the same level, are severe deformities, and handicaps. Despite this people end up horribly offended if you ever bring up cancer and compare it to trans, even though cancer is a lovely and wanted illness if you're to compare it to being trans.
Sidney Sammercheck - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 21:45:40 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>she can just imagine herself or one of my sisters being in my physical situation.

Thanks, this is actually a pretty decent way to give other people some way to think about it... Sort of. I can imagine if I said to dudebros, "Imagine a transman being in a woman's body" and them saying "Yeah bro, why would they want to be a man, I'd fondle myself all day if I was a girl".
Polly Biblingville - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 22:05:39 EST ID:nwXiAeFd No.386955 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>Do trans girls feel the same, similar, or any type of pleasure from sex? How about trans men?

This is impossible to tell this, how do you ever tell what someone else feels?

does orgasm change after taking hrt? it did for me, majorly. did it change to what a cis girl feels? i dont know and its impossible to know.

Chasers are horrible and we hate them, they are fetishists, its like a girl only liking you because you have a beard and when you shave it off she just fucks off and your relationship is over. even though you have had history for months.
this has heppened to me and its only talking about getting it, they are so combatant to it, because the only thing they actually like about you is that you are a chick with a dick.

Cool story, tranny by Angus Puttingstock - Fri, 24 Apr 2015 09:26:02 EST ID:BLpv5Tyu No.386797 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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> yesterday
> get drunk and buy three plaid shirts
Great. Wanted to have one or ten since forever, haven't worn a shirt in four years.
> return home, find out they are sized M, L and XL
Well, I gained weight lately, so it's better that way, and besides, I always liked upper clothing that's a size or three bigger than needed, so it's not like they'll become useless in a few months.
> wear one to school
> nipple starts itching because of the friction
> fucking A cup perfectly visible in this
> full notime
Oh shit.
> gather waist-length front hair before the chest, crouch when sitting, arms locked in various ways and other chest-obscuring shenanigans
I made it. I hope. I did get stared at a lot, but I did gain weight lately, not to mention was two and a half hours late and barged in during a mock exam looking like a total autist.
> on the street
> wind blows the hair away, no object to cover behind, my bitchtits are like a fucking lighthouse
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Nigger Coshhug - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 00:14:41 EST ID:s4vDp++2 No.386926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>haven't worn a shirt in four years

What do you wear instead?
Lydia Supperstedge - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 00:26:51 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Very nice!
Lydia Supperstedge - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 00:28:26 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They probably meant they only wear dresses or blouses or something? Idk. I think by shirt, they meant T shirts.
Jenny Nezzlelack - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 05:03:13 EST ID:q1KsesSk No.386943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Jackets with T-shirts underneath, oversized T-shirts in summer. Not at all out, as I said, so no dresses or blouses or anything like that.
Sidney Sammercheck - Sun, 26 Apr 2015 21:48:47 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh, right, sorry.

The Feels by Edward Clonderdock - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 22:19:43 EST ID:33HM0+KY No.386913 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just wanted to share the feels of these lyrics.
Lydia Supperstedge - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 22:33:46 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I never cared much for Disney movies or musicals. :s

Lydia Supperstedge - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 22:35:44 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386919 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh, and this one isn't specifically trans related, but close enough.


Theories about trans lesbians by Charles Drommledag - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 09:00:54 EST ID:3XEg7oT8 No.386576 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have some theories about what makes trans lesbians the way they are, because its weird and absolutely ubiquitous. There are so many lesbian transgender on tumblr and 'weird twitter' became 100% lesbian trans as well.

FIrst they have low testosterone from sitting inside and feeling depression. Second they hate themselves because of the depression, and spend time on the internet where girls are always showered with attention and loved, cute girls even more.

The watch lots of anime which is very disembodied from real bodies and just signifiers of cuteness.

and thirdly I wouldn't be surprised if the commodification of all cultural activities into things you pursue by yourself via video screen between shifts at the Looking At A Screen For 8 Hours Corporation has given some indoorsy boys serious subject/object confusion with regard to sexuality. Like the idea of an ideal Other and an ideal Self get blended together kind of? but I don't think that's necessarily bad? i don't even feel a need to have an ideology about it, when it seems like its some people's deeply felt human response to our wild & crazy world.

Theyre all lesbian because theyre not really the wrong hormone squirted my brain in utero kind of trans so theyre not attracted to strong dense men with their smells and funny sayings. instead they're really afraid and horrified of men because they rejected themselves due to the shame and depression. This is why they often post ugh men yuck gross

Lots of them like sexual stuff where they're degraded utterly because theyve based their entire identities on this self loathing. its like the same thought pattern that underlies anorexia which makes sense cause its also body dysmorphia based on insane brain
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Fanny Nicklewill - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 20:06:11 EST ID:HAbpjJsZ No.386903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think transbians can be useful insofar as they're good examples as far as making the distinction between gender and orientation.

Personally though, my physical attraction to women is limited to body admiration. The thought of penetrating someone makes what's left of my penis shrivel. In contrast the mere presence of a strong, smelly, decisive man can make me a bit weak in the knees. Honestly don't think I'd want it any other way. The more women transbians can pull away from heteronormativity the better for us I suppose.
Lydia Supperstedge - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 20:22:20 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Who said anything about using our dicks for penetration? (Not that I wouldn't -- At least currently I'm still semi-okay with my dick for sexual pleasure. It is what it is. May as well use it. Though I have a feeling that might change if/when/after I actually have sex with a ciswoman and suddenly am like "ohshit this is really awkward and I'm so envious, fuck" dem transgender dysphoria blues)

ANYWAY, this even goes for cismen: there's way more to sex with a ciswoman than penetration with your penis. If you think there isn't then holy shit you're dumb and your GF/wife probably has to "fake it" all the time because you're so incompetent in bed.
Fanny Nicklewill - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 20:50:53 EST ID:HAbpjJsZ No.386907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well I don't have a "GF/wife" for obvious reasons. And there's way more to sex with a transwoman than penetration, I fail to see your point. Penetration as an aspect of intercourse is integral to almost every sexual relationship, whether it be with a phallus, a toy, or fingers. Mentally I guess I associate penetrating with dominance, which is why I'm turned off by it.

I never said anything bad about transbians, just that I didn't really 'get' them. I still support them though. IT'S OKAY NOT TO LIKE WHAT I LIKE LYDIA, we can still be friends <3
Lydia Supperstedge - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 20:53:40 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386909 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Hedda Pirringstone - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 22:29:26 EST ID:hUjxgdHO No.386916 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Social and psychological changes in MTF and FTM trans on HRT by Hamilton Shittingwill - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 06:57:55 EST ID:puDuczVS No.386853 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm really struggling to find good resources to gain insight into this. I'm normal male, who is very curious about gender differences and effect of sex hormones on mental, psychological and social aspects of our lives.

For example autism being extremely male left brain oriented existence is very logical and analytical and yet cursive claims that
>estrogen makes human brains over-analyze everything
What changes in your thought patters have you noticed after HRT? do FTM trans find that they become more logical? Do MTF find themselves more socially aware... Do trans people notice a difference in their confidence or ability to stand up for themselves?

I hear women feel much more threatened by their environment and that's why they avoid being alone. Such things are very interesting especially when heard from a person who has been both man and woman.

Social aspects, like comradery among men. Gentleness and affection among women. How does a transgender person feel when his social environment begins treating him in a totally different way just because of his gender. Those things really fascinate me, so if you could tell me about it or point me to the right forum, website or other resource that would be awesome.
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Samuel Blullerstet - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 16:45:47 EST ID:dVwY4AA/ No.386881 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There are alot of cis women who dont like and deteste other women. Some women dont even associate with other women,even those in their families. I tend to believe that the majority of women dont even get along with their friends beyond a superificial sort of clanishness theve learned to accept.This is just my opinion doesnt make it true or untrue.
George Smallfuck - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 16:48:29 EST ID:m1mk0kCV No.386883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I didn't really have many female friends growing and so I guess not really an idea of how girls interacted and stuff(though I definitely didn't care for how most guys stereotypcially interacted, I wasn't sure I got why most people acted they way they did, cared about the stuff they cared about haha, perhaps because sexual stuff wasn't like on my mind, "the goal" you know, probably partially because I didn't realize how I fit into it/what I wanted), stereotypical girl stuff I'm not necessarily big on either, "gossip" for example(not just like finding out what's going on with people but like, idk, your opinion of people? lol either way), through all of this though I kind of just consider people people and obviously everyone is an individual and there would be girls and guys that don't act stereotypcially of course. That are interested in the same things I am.

"don't get women"
cuz we're all the same =P

She'll learn or find people that she meshes well with =) I think you're reading into what she's saying too much, considering everything lol
George Smallfuck - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 17:01:47 EST ID:m1mk0kCV No.386885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't even let it phase me what people think or will think. I just be me lol. I'm not worried about coming across as an idiot or intelligent or what they think I am(this is probably part of why I type like I do, though I don't think it's really a positive but I'm not trying to impress anyone, plus I like trying to be funnyyyyyyy and I can't take things seriously? lol) and sometimes even play it up when I do mess up(whichhh sometimes might happen in dumb ways cuz umm high af probably) because I am quite secure in how intelligent I am and how much I have even more important qualities tbh, luckily(probably came from being told I was smart and could do anything in like grade school lol, I showed them bahaha). Perceptive people notice haha. This is getting a little more pretentious than I prefer but yeah.

But yeah people might be more impressed if they notice than with a guy. I like the idea of them realizing it after forming the wrong impression. Or that I can be intelligent but also fun or social or not like overly serious or arrogant! Arrogant is it, not hold myself as if I'm better than you because I'm smart lol, along with not having to try to prove it. I'm blabbing lol.
George Smallfuck - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 17:10:49 EST ID:m1mk0kCV No.386887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Another thing I learned/became aware of early on through my performance in life and being "intelligent" as well as seeing other people that considered themselves so, it doesn't necessarily amount to shit lol. I feel like most people have enough intelligence to do whatever, other things are probably more important.
Lydia Supperstedge - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 20:15:09 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386904 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Wat. "Aww I'll get to hang out with lesbians"??? That's totally not what I meant? I meant I probably wouldn't get along with the typical "cliche" girly girl you see so commonly portrayed in media. >>386880 and >>386881 actually kind of replied for me, saying what I roughly would have said. (Thanks, Reuben & Samuel.)

I don't think I could deal with that backstabbing bullshit drama. I've dealt with that once already in a very intimate relationship, and that was more than enough for me, on top of getting a whiff of it from time to time back at my old job (tire tech at chain automotive maintenance business), with coworkers occasionally talking shit about each other, so I typically try to avoid conversation anyway (for better or worse).

I also agree with >>386883. So yeah, being perceived as... something to generally be ignored? A child, essentially? I can't say I look forward to that, as well. I guess if I were to analyze my current behavior while being perceived as a male, I'm seen as exceptionally polite and well mannered, and perhaps generally intelligent. However, I suppose this would be expected of a woman, so it wouldn't mean as much to most people? That's disconcerting, but I'll deal with that when I get there. Maybe it's just all the more reason I need to HTFU and be a little more dominant/aggressive, less passive and reactive.

please explain this logic by Thomas Gullerhall - Fri, 24 Apr 2015 22:42:15 EST ID:giTsDPRj No.386823 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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"After much speculation, the former Olympian who was previously married to Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner confirmed, “I am a woman.”

"Jenner explains that he still is, and always has been, attracted to women.

“No, I am not gay,” he said, adding that he has never been attracted to men."

I mean if bruce jenner identifies as a woman (he has claimed he still wants male pronouns for the time being), says he is attracted to women, but then he calls himself straight, does this make any sense?

Does this really help the public with understanding trans issues????


sorry for ranting.
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Oliver Dartcocke - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 17:33:53 EST ID:PGOLmkA8 No.386894 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also it's not just about passing. Seriously, are you this ignorant? Eventually you can't supress it anymore so you either an hero or just fucking go for it. What else can you do?

As for media attention on the Kardashian show, yeah sure, if you had the chance to make LOADSAMONEY, wouldn't you take that? Really great way to pay for whatever surgeries you want. Also have none of you realized he already had his nose altered a couple of decades ago? It's pretty obvious this has been an ongoing struggle.

Seriously you little shits. Watch the fucking interview. I was also pretty turned off to the idea of watching it but I'm glad that I did. It was really not bad.
Martin Dongerridge - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 18:13:01 EST ID:HAbpjJsZ No.386898 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If I knew I'd never reach anything above hon status I would certainly off myself. My apologies that I don't understand the mentality of a no-pass transition. Hon should do what s/he needs to do to be happy though I suppose.

Also, I'd smuggle heroin from Bali inside my ass before I'd agree to turn my transition into a reality show. But then again, that's just me.
Ernest Wallyridge - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 19:18:22 EST ID:hUjxgdHO No.386900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd smuggle heroin out of Bali if you offered enough money, not really scared by the death penalty and being killed is just one of those risks you take and get paid for. Hell if anything, this whole Bali business is going to make trafficking more profitable in those parts.
Martin Dongerridge - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 19:34:06 EST ID:HAbpjJsZ No.386901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
'2 Trannies and a Gape Smuggling Co'

C'mon you slag, let's do this.
Ernest Bardville - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 19:56:49 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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