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Stuck at a crossroad by Charlotte Hinderchock - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 12:56:51 EST ID:luAJKUBN No.400468 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sexually I want to be a woman. But socially I don't want to because I feel like my parents would be disappointed in me.
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Jack Trotwill - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 18:12:17 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400474
because Op said she wants to be a woman and not just dress like one
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Beatrice Sobberhitch - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 18:26:34 EST ID:GK6CVLVG No.400478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400476
no, op said
>Sexually I want to be a woman. But socially I don't want to
lrn2read
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Clara Sellywell - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 22:47:56 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400471

Im sorry but no.

in no way is transitioning and intending to continue to present as male a good idea.

OP. i declare that you are a woman sexually.
Happy? are you able to do what you want now?

What are you actually trying to achieve sexually?
What does being a woman sexually mean to you?
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Charlotte Fendleshaw - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 23:28:02 EST ID:XEq0LgOu No.400482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>picture of bailey jay
You should take a look around
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Wesley Goddlehad - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 02:27:45 EST ID:QFvCIRnn No.400485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400468
>my parents would be disappointed in me
No, don't think like that! There's no way your parent's would get that touchy about something of that sort, what are you thinking, that you have that sort of fantastical potential to rip into them or something? At worst they would merely delicately correct your erroneous path.

Think about it, you could become just like these girls! Your life story would be so amazing!


Hey degenerates. by Edward Trotworth - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 04:48:16 EST ID:Ui68mTSU No.400317 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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When will you admit that you need help and not for all of society to engage your illness as reality?
Does it just make you happy to see the values that got us to the moon defeated?
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Ian Peffingstudging - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 14:47:33 EST ID:5R86TULF No.400453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400452
and I like to use words like "disgusting" as far as trying to appeal to people to accept you, especially if it takes not being who you are or how you want and all that. It's a tricky balance being social creatures of course, but yeah. =P
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Polly Chonkincocke - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 05:12:02 EST ID:Ui68mTSU No.400458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400451
Trans people have only existed post-WWII.
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James Cudgehall - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 05:46:32 EST ID:YycAq8/G No.400459 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400458
yeah same with gays
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Polly Chonkincocke - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 08:46:41 EST ID:Ui68mTSU No.400461 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400459
No they've been around since antiquity.
On a tangent, there is evidence that homosexuality is caused by a virus.
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Beatrice Sobberhitch - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 18:25:33 EST ID:GK6CVLVG No.400477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400317
i'm sorry op! i don't hate moon values, i just want to be a girl too... if you want to help us why aren't you stopping feminism and all the other misandrist things that make being male suck so bad?


Weird back and forth feelings by Wesley Songerdedge - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 23:33:08 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.399912 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi all. Recently I've been getting blazed a lot and I've been on and off identifying as transgender, then thinking maybe it isn't true, then feeling like it is and that I should hurry because time is running out and I can't keep seeing a male in the mirror. This has gone on for two years or so now. Recently I am on my own in college now (but still funded by parents... crazy Christian extremists) and finally made an appointment to get HRT bloodwork done and got some cute clothes. I am 5'2 and 100lb so it should go well.

However. Recently, still blazing and thinking about stuff, I am getting very afraid. Of the consequences, mostly. What if I'm just depressed and I'm interpreting it as gender dysphoria somehow-- maybe subconsciously it views transition as an out of depression?

I would feel more comfortable socially recognized as female and appearing as one.

But some part of me deep down, the existentialist, wonders if I should just ignore it for the sake of stoicism.
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Ebenezer Grandfield - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 21:09:00 EST ID:5R86TULF No.399951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399949
Yeah no worries ^_^ just saying on a technicality you recommended ssri's which are drugs also, basically haha. First thing that got me to post, then just blahhhhrf
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Cornelius Goodwill - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 23:24:22 EST ID:wBa8+I/U No.400006 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Back in college, there were a couple of times I would get blazed and be unsure whether I had trans feelings. I am non-binary gendered and have long felt a certain ambivalence about anatomy. My solution was to smoke less pot. If I don't think about it, it seems possible for me to go along with what I have and the constraints on gender and nature, so I'm just going to totally avoid digging into the issue.
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Anita Flowers - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 17:18:31 EST ID:L8UsO3bg No.400285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399912
I've had similar thoughts op, I've been questioning for over ten years. Couple years ago I felt I really wanted to transition officially so I could get cheaper mones, though in the end after doing all the bloodwork and talking to a psychologist stuff I backed off. I don't know if I was afraid of my uncertain future or if it was because of my parents and friends vagueness with the topic.

Every day I feel like I'm wasting my time and slowly killing my other half that wanted to transition and pass as a female even if it meant overdosing on hormones. I still don't know if I'm trans or not. I've wanted to present as a girl and have fun with with other women in the same-gender-way and not the opposite-gender-way as long as I can remember.

I've crossplayed few times in the past publicly during conventions and I really liked it, this one con I even passed fairly well for a pre-hrt attempt. I might be something else than a trans, I don't know. I got extremely depressed during the latter half of primary school, but somehow it waned off when I got into high school but came back after I graduated and got into uni.

For the time being I've settled with presenting as a guy and trying to incorporate as many feminine aspects as I can into my life and maybe focus on my studies and try get over this cursed depression. If I don't somehow manage to gather money to start self-medding, I think at least as a male I'll have an "easier life", though idk maybe the part of life being easy as a male is what makes me want to transition.

sorry for long post i just wanted to type this out
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Cedric Follernore - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 17:45:17 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400285

I wish you luck on figuring this out.

i think the biggest thing to remember is transitioning doesnt magically turn you into a girl and it doesnt happen quickly unless you get surgeries.
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Doris Driggleforth - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 12:49:40 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.400449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399912
OP here. Going to the Howard Brown clinic in Chicago on the 1st. Going to try my best to rush the process into hopefully one trip, as the ticket there is fucking expensive for a round trip, ridiculous how much it is just to sit on a damn train.

I'm not 100% sure, but I need to do this and get closure.


Makeup! by Doris Greenhall - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 01:01:20 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400403 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Lets talk makeup! :)

What are you liking atm?
Lets talk about makeup you've bought and liked/didnt like
maybe talk about routine and general makeup tips?
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Isabella Tootwill - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 18:07:42 EST ID:S+BZQ63v No.400428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400427
stuff I haven't liked:
literally all drugstore eyeshadow with the exception of one L'oreal Infallabile eyeshadow pot (something garnet) - Almay and Neutrogena are the worst offenders
high end foundation - it's so expensive I don't end up using it because I'm afraid I'll work it into my daily routine and be forced to fork over another $40+ every few months
maybelline push up drama mascara

wanna talk skincare? go get yourself some CeraVe moisturizer (the one in the tub because it's a better buy and has petrolatum in it which acts as a barrier that keeps your skin's moisture in), a cleanser - either the hydrating if your skin is senstive or dry to normal, foaming if you are oily. use the moisturizer day and night - in the AM cleanse and then moisturize before you put makeup on

and make sure you go out with an actual sunscreen (not just makeup with SPF) that is at least SPF 30. if you are going to the beach or will be outdoors for long periods of time, go even higher on the SPF and make sure you reapply like the directions say. sun damage makes you age faster than anything else and causes cancer

still trying to find a good anti-acne medication but no luck so far
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Nell Honeyworth - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 23:55:40 EST ID:0O1xrZCL No.400433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400403

I'm at the point where I pass without makeup so I hardly wear it anymore, shit was always just a pain to me anyway. I will start wearing it again when I have to leave my current job and start looking for work again in a few weeks, gotta look more presentable for them interviews.

I just wear a tinted moisturizer and powder to hide my acne scarred skin, does the trick I think. I would like to learn eye makeup and contouring sometime but I'm too lazy to learn.
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Molly Breblingridge - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 02:46:49 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400419

Awesome thanks, i might need to look into it.

>>400427
Awesome!
i used to use maybelline bb all the time when i worked in an office, the tube was different though, it was awesome for like two weeks then it really started screwing my skin up even when removing it properly so i had to stop.

>>400428
>high end foundation
yeah, same kinda, i had a high end mac foundation and would only use it when i went out clubbing/work meet ups and its kinda fucking awesome, nothing beats it. so its a good idea :p

Honestly, im okay with aging, im already at the point where 15 year olds talk total gibberish to me, well i know this 30 year old who still acts like a 15 year old and he talks gibberish to me too, im only in my mid 20s.
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Molly Breblingridge - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 02:51:37 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400433

yeah i pass pretty well without makeup... kinda.. sorta. i dunno, no guy or girl ive ever slept with has woken up next to me and screamed because some man is sleeping next to them.

It can be such a pain when you wear lots of it, i wear as little as possible, concealer and mascara are 100% pre-requisites for leaving the house though.

other days ill just be sitting around waiting for my hair to dry and be like "i feel like using x y and z today".
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Simon Pummerwine - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 06:19:34 EST ID:S+BZQ63v No.400442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I can pass with minimal makeup but I enjoy putting it on, eyeshadow especially. I often get people complimenting me on it

>>400438
>i used to use maybelline bb all the time when i worked in an office, the tube was different though, it was awesome for like two weeks then it really started screwing my skin up even when removing it properly so i had to stop.

if you were using the dream pure bb (blue tube) and not the dream fresh (pink/red tube), the pure has salicylic acid which can cause skin irritation, peeling, redness, dryness. it's a chemical exfoliant, and I wouldn't want it in my bb cream


So... hows it all going for you? by Basil Mezzleforth - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 09:50:35 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400056 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It is September 2016!!

How are you travelling? you doing alright?
Where are you at mentality wise? Still happy with your transition? Bit over it now?
Tell us all of your feelings and your thoughts!
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Graham Hummerwill - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 20:46:45 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400344

Wow thanks for sharing :) im glad everything is working out for you!
If you're still hanging around, you said the girl you died somewhere, how? why? how much did you believe yourself to be a girl pre transition?
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Isabella Blindleham - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 22:28:06 EST ID:WRJtp0k2 No.400346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400345
these are actually pretty tough questions with no correct answer. all i can tell you is what i experienced. the girl me died, yes, i don't really know how to explain it. then again i could be completely wrong, maybe following through with transition would have made my life more awesome. but i do know my life is a lot better now because i stopped.

how? after a few years of fighting to fully transition and don't, you just stop caring and it doesn't matter. i mean dysphoria is real, but it changed for me after transitioning, i just didn't need to transition to be happy. this is different for everyone and doesn't mean you or anyone else should detransition.

why? originally i stopped hrt so i could try to have kids with my at the time girlfriend. it just eventually snowballed into stopping it all slowly one piece at a time. my relationships with people changed too. i went from being treated like a girl to being treated like a man.

i believed in girl me 100%, but i think i had doubts too if i answered honestly. then again, is that a surprise coming from someone who quit?

i can't wear tank tops anymore without nips poking through which sucks, because i love wearing tank tops.
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Betsy Tillingshaw - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 23:16:23 EST ID:53LIOY+Z No.400347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400346
Would you post pics? I understand why you detransitioned. I think most of us have had the thought to do it at some point. I've personally never met anyone who has gone through with it, so would be nice to see whats changed.

I'm also really curious about your fertility. It's kind of a myth that hormones render us permanently infertile right? Do you think you'll be baby-making soon?
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Graham Hummerwill - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 01:16:08 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400347

yeah im kinda curious too.

>>400346

Thanks for replying, i am always curious about people who de transition and im glad to hear you're happy :)

How does it feel being a man again? like really. its been so long for me ive pretty much totally forgotten what its like.
And no desire at all to be called she/her wear dresses etc?
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Ian Goodbanks - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 02:18:08 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400344
>the most tranny thing i've done all year, aside from dating my girlfriend.

What does that mean?

>i feel more attractive to people (not really myself though) as a guy, than i did as a cute tranny. dating is one hundred million times easier.

Yeah thats why I don.t plan on ever really plan on presenting full time until Im well established in life.

>>400346
>why? originally i stopped hrt so i could try to have kids with my at the time girlfriend.

Okay its not just me. Every time I think about getting with any girl I kind of like I feel like ceasing HRT.But then I realize that that is fucking retarded. So I sort of swore off women at this point.


Self castration by kandikandykandie - Thu, 15 Sep 2016 19:59:12 EST ID:XhthhJN8 No.400276 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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First and foremost. I'm not posting this for people to try and convince me not to do it. I will also add I'm on spiro and wont do this anytime soon if I ever do.
But, I'm sure theres a transfemale somewhere who has done her own orchiectomy. So, I'm just asking; how would it be done? I want a vagina, so would I need them for the full srs procedure? Would self casturation make it more complicated to get the vaginal procedure? Answers please?
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Isabella Sonkinstock - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 19:58:01 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also you can try the NaCl method.
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Nigel Buvingfuck - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 16:58:06 EST ID:AtPKtPOy No.400305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400289
lol
it me
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Nigel Buvingfuck - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 17:07:17 EST ID:AtPKtPOy No.400306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It's been done, but there were complications and and ER visit I believe. It's actually kind of a tricky/awkward area to self-operate on? Unless you really know what you're doing it's going to be really hard to keep hold of the spermatic cord and control the bleeding.

If you have a friend willing to help you a burdizzo is supposed to be safer(?). It crushes the spermatic cord along with the blood vessels and nerves, after which they should wither and basically get re-absorbed. It does have a high risk of not working completely or not being done properly--especially if you try to do it by yourself which is hard to get the right leverage---which then leaves scar tissue complicating any future surgery.
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kandikandykandie - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 18:17:40 EST ID:XhthhJN8 No.400309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400282
Thank you. That was actually a good answer and though it didn't tell me how to do it; it told me why not to.
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Beatrice Padgestock - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 21:54:33 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400305
OMG how femme you must be.
I jokingly thought about doing the same a couple years back.
But I didn't have the balls to do it.
giggles
How are you?


self castration by kandikandykandie - Thu, 15 Sep 2016 20:23:59 EST ID:XhthhJN8 No.400277 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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First and foremost. I'm not posting this for people to try and convince me not to do it. I will also add I'm on spiro and wont do this anytime soon if I ever do.
But, I'm sure theres a transfemale somewhere who has done her own orchiectomy. So, I'm just asking; how would it be done? I want a vagina, so would I need them for the full srs procedure? Would self casturation make it more complicated to get the vaginal procedure? Answers please?
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Archie Crundergold - Thu, 15 Sep 2016 20:51:30 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.400278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It is much easier and safer to do it by injection of CaCl2 solution than by orchiectomy. If you're doing it yourself and don't mind having the physical testicles still there, then I suggest you use the injection method.
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Barnaby Murdwell - Thu, 15 Sep 2016 21:15:45 EST ID:FgP/QRSD No.400279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400277
Yes, self-castration would seriously fuck up SRS for the future. If you're thinking you're gonna get the balls actually removed, doing it yourself is gonna give you so much scar tissue and so much damage to that area that the skin will be almost unworkable and you'd compromise sensation, looks and depth to it.
Some doctors use more testicular skin than others, so people who've had surgical orchi do have a chance at a decent vagina, but it depends on the doc and the techniques used.

Even chemical castration does have problems with SRS, because the skin will shrink and tighten over time. Most docs recommend not having an orchi before surgery, fuck some specify that they prefer working with uncircumcised patients.


HRT in Mexico by Nell Turveycocke - Tue, 30 Aug 2016 22:27:37 EST ID:glEm8DdM No.400039 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm staying in Mexico for about six months, how can I order 'mones? The usual sites (inhousepharmacy, etc.) won't ship here, because of its strict customs.
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Fucking Bengertot - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 15:51:47 EST ID:glEm8DdM No.400058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400040
I don't doubt it, but I'm not very street smart. I was hoping I could just order them from a site or something.
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Fanny Siddledale - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 15:56:23 EST ID:8wbkpNpB No.400059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400039
When I was younger I remember my parents going to Mexico on vacation and on the way back up they would stop near the boarder just to buy medication. This was in the mid 90s but you didn't need a proscription for a lot of stuff back then. I don't know about now but I would suggest looking in to it.
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Simon Blummerworth - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 16:54:47 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400039
I think most pharmacies in Mexico don't require a prescription for many drugs that require a prescription in other countries.
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Wesley Worthingwill - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 21:21:34 EST ID:glEm8DdM No.400062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400060
After a bit of googling, I found a pharmacy in a neighboring town that has estradiol and spiro. Not sure if it's available OTC, but I hope so. Thanks, girls!
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Esther Crivinghall - Wed, 14 Sep 2016 10:56:12 EST ID:A6L/uMyU No.400269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>40006
Let us know how it goes for you


Body passing by Reuben Sandercocke - Fri, 19 Feb 2016 02:26:28 EST ID:xLrjuslx No.397347 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I've got SRS and implants booked for November.
Is there anything else that can be done to achieve a passable body? I usually just hide it under clothes constantly.
Not really surgery, butt implants aren't that great, but anything to widen hips even slightly?
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Walter Blettingsurk - Fri, 06 May 2016 11:52:08 EST ID:lJCyEqvH No.398215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398214
Calories in vs calories out is the be all end all of weight loss/gain

Not that you shouldn't eat loads of sugar for other reasons lol

Or try to make sure you get like some nutrients in and stuff haha

But yeah. Why am I doing this typing in lines thing haha
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James Fonningspear - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 20:28:32 EST ID:7HeURo3t No.398568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398214
hey asshole don't talk shit you don't know anything about a yeear ago i looked terrible didn't pass at all then i switched to a diet consisting entirely of banana s30x a day grew a huge ass big breasts even got hips for miles and now i've been passing flawlessly i get guys all the time now hooked up with two guys in the last week and got lots of runny sperm in my yiff hole so what now idiot
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Archie Snodman - Sun, 12 Jun 2016 21:51:48 EST ID:/pJQvcDR No.398645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397347
What kinda job do you have that you can afford those surgeries? Also squats help.
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Betsy Crondlefet - Fri, 09 Sep 2016 20:41:00 EST ID:xWFZE7FG No.400226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398568
And yet you still don't know how to use periods.
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David Brandlespear - Wed, 14 Sep 2016 08:28:55 EST ID:zWcRxSwS No.400268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400226
she also got periods


srs question about SRS by N/A - Wed, 07 Sep 2016 03:59:04 EST ID:Zn2rIkl7 No.400159 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's an SRS vagina anchored to? Maybe I'm misunderstanding how it's made, but is it possible for it to like, prolapse? I'll probably never be able to afford it myself, but concerns like this keep me up at night.
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Edwin Blurryshaw - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 12:39:59 EST ID:dH9SKHFn No.400201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400159
This is why you dilate, you have to keep pushing it back in.
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Cyril Blorryson - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 23:51:31 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400201

i thought dilation was to prevent healing.

I was certain that they sewed the inverted penis to something. but hey maybe dilation does push it back in.

You should look at some of the mtf surgery videos on youtube, its a bit grusome but it might give you the answers you want op!
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Jenny Dingerstock - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 22:43:55 EST ID:YycAq8/G No.400246 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400159
the prostate
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David Brandlespear - Wed, 14 Sep 2016 08:26:19 EST ID:zWcRxSwS No.400267 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400159
Good question - I asked my surgeon this because I wondered too. She told me it's basically stuck to your general insides. Like it'll just bond to internal tissue the same way other organs do, and they stay in place fine. Even in cis vaginas, being connected to the uterus isn't the main thing that keeps it in as it's bonded in the same way.

I've had dreams where it came back out and was a penis again, which in the dream was expected like "this just happens when you're horny." Lol no it doesn't.

tl;dr nothing to worry about, it's anchored.


Electrolysis by Rebecca Blanningcocke - Mon, 29 Feb 2016 17:15:39 EST ID:Auu2m4gJ No.397552 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>You shouldn't shave the treated area
>I don't know how long it'll take, but 30 sessions isn't gonna be enough
>Treatment is once per week
So... Any attempts on bettering my life are gonna be on halt, for a year? I'm literally gonna have to socially isolate myself for a year?
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Nicholas Pitthood - Fri, 09 Sep 2016 21:22:36 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.400228 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400227

Yeah this. If you're white at least try laser first.
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Ebenezer Girryson - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 00:46:34 EST ID:GBWaBW/M No.400231 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400227
We must have started around the same time. 10 sessions total, I have two left, $300 altogether but I live in an urban area and snagged a group*n deal. Between my last session and the one before that I hadn't shaved once, and had barely anything visible. I think I'm my spa's first trans patient because the deal was 6 sessions and she gave me 10 for the same price. As long as you're in the north, I guess, talking can go a long way.

The skin above my upper lip and parts of my jaw are a little lighter than the rest of my face though. I've read that the laser destroying skin pigment is a side-effect of the process and it should correct itself after a few months. Till then I've got a weird ghostly beard shadow on my lip but it's nothing concealer can't fix.
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Lydia Fanridge - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 05:34:42 EST ID:biSFtgyF No.400232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397560
10 hours?? I think the average beard kill time is like 200hrs. I know some expert on electro who has written text books has said it takes him 40-100 hrs to kill a beard, and he's one of the best. Blend is the most popular method and I think 250 hairs an hour is considered good. Also 10-40k hairs in the average beard so 40-160hrs and there's going to be some regrowth on top of that from hairs not in the right stage or inaccurate insertions.

They only need to be able to find follicle and hopefully they have good magnification and lighting so you just need to grow it out for a day or two. The electro method they're using wouldn't matter for that. And nobody decent would say shaving after is a good idea.

Don't do laser if you have red (even dark red) or blonde, it won't work and laser douches like to lie and say it will work for red hair.

And avoid pure thermolysis practitioners unless your really confident in their abilty.
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Alice Blossleson - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 20:22:03 EST ID:6Mtw9ylT No.400245 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397552
Are you blonde or something? Laser is gonna work way better.
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Basil Corringlock - Sun, 11 Sep 2016 22:31:43 EST ID:fX+Pbavo No.400255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400245
laser isn't permanent though. i know half a dozen girls who have had regrowth after laser.
that regrowth wasn't until 5 years later, but still


Wide shoulders by Shit Sibblegold - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 00:03:01 EST ID:Zn2rIkl7 No.400064 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I just realized I'm trans. Is realize the right word? It's funny because I look back at nearly 15 years of wanting to be a woman and somehow I didn't think that was enough? I guess I thought I needed extreme dysphoria for me to be "trans enough," but recently something clicked in my brain and that doesn't matter to be anymore. I mean, I don't think it should matter anyway, but it doesn't matter to ME. I made an appointment to see a therapist at a place that specializes in gender identity and I'm really excited and nervous.

But the main reason I felt like starting a new thread was to ask about shoulder width. I feel like my face isn't too masculine, my body hair is pretty light colored, and I already have small boobs due to being overweight (5'11", 260lbs at the moment), so I think my body will react to HRT pretty well. My concern, however, is my MASSIVE, EARTH-SPANNING SHOULDERS. Like, I can barely find any trans girls pics with my body type, but even the ones I find have narrower shoulders than me. I hear getting bigger boobs can help with that, but have any other girls here dealt with shoulder width? Did it get better after HRT rearranged some mass? Maybe I could see some pics to make myself feel better?
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Phineas Sipperfield - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 17:12:13 EST ID:ekJARX+e No.400206 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400203
The info goes both ways on it. Some say its good for diet, some say its bad. I dunno I dont think there is a lot of evidence either way. Also probably cause its a diet suppressor.
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Hannah Tillingworth - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 17:48:04 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.400207 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400069
uhh thats not true. a fair amount of people pass, and if they start at like 15, they're definitely going to pass unless they got utterly fucked by genetics (ie 7 foot tall, 600lb, etc)
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Cornelius Blytheville - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 19:55:04 EST ID:nAydgL53 No.400209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Everything depends, I was in the group of not extreme dysphoria (dont have a problem with my adams apple never thought about removing my penis), but having wide shoulders is going to be a given so just learn how to dress them down. I'm 6ft 2in and weight 185. So I have to make people look at my legs, face and some chest.
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Betsy Gallybotch - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 20:21:17 EST ID:5pjVliFx No.400210 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>260 lbs

.... goodluck hon
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David Turveystock - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 07:50:23 EST ID:atar7MJV No.400233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400210
being fat isnt the no pass factor, not passing is the not pass factor. Shit loads of landwhale cis girls.


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