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Pre-ops: Balls Thread by Rebecca Grandbanks - Wed, 03 Dec 2014 16:58:53 EST ID:Kcc8+NZ7 No.381312 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Two questions for those of you who are pre-op and whose testicles haven't shriveled from atrophy:

  1. Is there some trick to shaving your jimmies, or is it supposed to feel like hellfire all the time?

2. More importantly, how on Earth do you keep your nuts from falling out of place when you tuck?
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Nathaniel Chengerkine - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 13:50:28 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.381346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381329
Yep. You might have to go a bit sideways or perhaps against the grain a bit more to get a really clean shave, but I wouldn't unless you're gonna have sex It's not advised.
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Nathaniel Chengerkine - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 14:09:08 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.381347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381344
Did some research, mixed results - from it's okay to it will be painful and bumpy. nb
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Phineas Gobbleman - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 18:27:27 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.381350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381344
veet is the most awful hair removal experience you will ever have, it works by literally burning the hairs off and it produces smells that should not exist

the package specifically tells you not to use it around your anus or on pubic areas so fucking don't unless you like chemical burns
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Hamilton Grandwell - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 19:15:46 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.381353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381350
You make it sound harsh
I won't say it isn't scary but I use it on my back and stuff and I'm alright
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Beatrice Bluttingmutch - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 21:46:04 EST ID:d07ol37d No.381359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381350
I use it and have no chemical burns. It can sting a little but its better than having a hairy asshole. Anyway I am going to laser my butthole so idc.


MtWTF is happening to me. by Priscilla Trothood - Sat, 04 Oct 2014 18:23:51 EST ID:GmuJsKma No.379044 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm fucking pissed at all of you, not personally, just because you're doing what I just can't do. I'm talking specifically about MtF transitioning (okay, not ALL of you I guess). I try so hard to be like this is fine, I don't want to be a chick. I have to just push those feeling away into this little hole.

Why I'm not transitioning?

  1. Society HATES MtFs, if you don't pass you will become this paraiah, getting dirty looks and uncomfortable stares anytime you're in public. My friends wouldn't support me, some might say they do but I can tell they really don't and are just trying to be polite. When I was girlmode in hollywood, I ran into an old friend, and I got that fake ass politely agreeing bullshit.

2. I'm 20, I don't know if it's too late.

3. What if I change my mind again like I did in the past and am left with breasts while trying to live as a male. I already have b cups from being on this one med a while ago, but yeah, if I did hormones, there would be no going back, boobs forever. That doesn't sound that bad, but it wouldn't help picking up chick to be a guy with b cups for no reason.

3. I like girls, lesbians don't think I'm pretty enough, straight girls treat me politely and seem to really not want me in their pants.

4. Life is already difficult.

I wish I could do it, okay, help? Maybe?
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Phyllis Clinkinhut - Mon, 01 Dec 2014 15:32:00 EST ID:tXE3/qkv No.381255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Society HATES MtFs, if you don't pass you will become this paraiah, getting dirty looks and uncomfortable stares anytime you're in public.

Fuck that, I started transition at 26 and I am an airline pilot. When a passenger complains I remind him/her who is in charge.

You can either sulk about hypothetical difficulties, or you can grab the bull by its horns and make most of it.
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Sophie Sallyladge - Tue, 02 Dec 2014 22:04:47 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.381297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381286
Wow, cool. Thanks for that reply. Sounds like you've had a pretty good experience so far, then.

You almost make it sound like there's also a lot of women pilots? Not to mention a handful of transwomen? Tbh I've not flown very often, and it's been a few years since I last flew anywhere, but all of the pilots I saw were male. I think it's actually kind of interesting to imagine there are so many trans pilots.

It's great to hear that regardless of your some of your superiors, the majority of the crew is so accepting and supportive.

Good luck to you, and fly safe! o7
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Cedric Billingfoot - Wed, 03 Dec 2014 02:02:09 EST ID:dm2qNqoT No.381302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381286

Someone I know, who is also an mtf airline pilot told me to ask this... Jessica?
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Nathaniel Bronnerbudge - Wed, 03 Dec 2014 17:03:34 EST ID:sdSF0g6k No.381313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381286

What kind of things do you need to cope with in aviation? I'm always curious when something like that is said. I don't have a ton of experience so I wonder what's involved, eg. socializing and dealing with men.

Could you also explain what "hon is a mindset" means? And how is it not liked by your company/aviation?

Anyway, things sound like they've gone pretty well with you, which is nice to hear. Sorry about the family disownment. And I'd agree with the self-security. There's somewhat surprising amounts of projection out there - came across a study that found more homophobic men getting more aroused from gay porn than less homophobic men.

Thanks for sharing some of your story and showing an example of a successful MtF.
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Jenny Cecklesot - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 12:18:55 EST ID:g52Ge/qj No.381343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379044
Okay, society's gonna hate. You'll have to deal with that. You'll deal with ostracization possible from family and friends as well. People will look at you strangely. But really, you'll at least have moments when you feel fairly content with yourself, you won't be hiding anymore. This isn't a problem that goes away, either. At 20 you've still got time before you're ruined (depends on genes) and really you should probably get on it as soon as possible. Get some anti-androgens, do not let male hormones run their full course on you because you will suffer later in life for it.


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