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Spiro heat sensitivity question by Jarvis Durrypitch - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 13:05:40 EST ID:kbhwxnNd No.375314 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sorry to bother you all... This is probably more a case of me worrying too much than anything else, but yesterday morning while I was out, someone turned the heater on in my home, and my room temperature reached 74°F. I'm not sure how long this lasted, but once I saw the numbers I quickly turned the AC back on to what it's normally set at, at 68°F.

I've heard how Spiro is sensitive to heat, and my prescription info recommends storage below 77°. Though 74° IS below 77°, I still can't help but freak out a bit here. Do you think my pills are all right? Anyone else here ever experience pill degradation? Sorry for the trouble again...
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Henry Buzzshaw - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 23:26:57 EST ID:6cZ/OLzn No.375336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No, you are just being extremely paranoid. Really? 74 degrees Fahrenheit? You think that's going to do anything?
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Walter Crindersork - Mon, 14 Jul 2014 04:48:28 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.375345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375314
The storage temp for spiro is 30c (which is 86f), and even then it would need to be in that temp for over a week to be affected/diminished.
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Molly Monningbork - Mon, 14 Jul 2014 07:35:51 EST ID:+6McIN4/ No.375361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I love in Austin Tx, its like 100 degrees everyday, your being paranoid.....


Hormones by Samuel Garrydock - Sat, 21 Jun 2014 20:09:23 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.374155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last I heard In House Pharmacy was pretty much dead? So where does someone go about buying their hormones. Realistically I could drive to TIjuana and pick up what I need but I'd rather have them sent to my confidential mailbox center.
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Archie Cizzlesack - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 07:25:13 EST ID:hUej7yYr No.375144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i've ordered from all daychemist back in the selfmed days and it worked for me, but that was in 2012. there is a 25 dollar processing fee but the meds themselves are cheaper than inhouse i believe, so it's ultimately cheaper in bulk.
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Lillian Pocklemot - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 23:15:56 EST ID:+6McIN4/ No.375211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
im on a trans forum and ppl have still been getting hrt from http://www.trueselves.com/forum.php
http://www.inhousepharmacy.biz/
i do the legit through a doc. But ppl say they ask for a script and you just tell them youll send it to them in the mail and they will send it to you regardless. They just ask for one so them seem more legit. I dont remember exactly what they do, but just sign up on the forum, and all the info you need is in the sub.
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Ernest Dadgehork - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 23:18:55 EST ID:DQmgKnKj No.375213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375211
Do you think you could just post it here?
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Clara Brankinhood - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 23:56:01 EST ID:OyiHfheW No.375337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
pre op MtF here
looking to self med, how would one go about this?
What meds to get? Dosage and all that. :3
Hope you can help.

Btw i heard about this site, should i go with using that one or?
http://www.inhousepharmacy.vu/
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Jenny Dublingdere - Mon, 14 Jul 2014 00:55:29 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.375340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375337
>http://taimapedia.org/index.php?title=Hormones

good luck


fake IDs by Alice Pillertodge - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 11:59:18 EST ID:B+k4KMmw No.375250 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok so honestly for most of my purposes I don't really need a legal name change so much as i need an ID that says i'm a girl. I'm actually more "bi/multi-gender" than i am "transgender" and i still like being a boy sometimes and don't mind being a boy; i've just gotten into some ... tricky situations when i've been carded in girl-mode. Honestly I really do just need it for getting into bars and parties.

Has anybody just gotten a fake ID instead of doing the whole legal paperwork hoops routine? I'm an old hag now (still get carded!) and have no idea where to even get them; i don't know anybody under 21 who needs one anymore.
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Hamilton Hirringhood - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 16:47:02 EST ID:rUI8XJ5W No.375268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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There's a darknet marketplace that has a section on forged documents
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Alice Pillertodge - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 17:04:08 EST ID:B+k4KMmw No.375272 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375266
oh. i got neutered, so that's not really an issue actually plus i have magical asian genes so i'm golden until i'm like 60 when i'll suddenly look like a little old (equally androgynous) raisin.

oy. i need bitcoins. i think they're stupid but i guess not
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Jenny Hellystone - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 17:11:01 EST ID:xRpwdjPP No.375273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375272
Oh, then proceed lol :-D. But yea, it never gets any easier to do name changing. The process took me almost a year but its been absolutely worthwhile.
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Polly Fanwater - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 16:50:53 EST ID:2LYoe54T No.375322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375272
You got your balls cut off?
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Walter Murdlock - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 20:45:57 EST ID:B+k4KMmw No.375330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375322
yup.


420 by John Bagglemedging - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 14:35:56 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.375165 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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CommentI wanna know how many of you grls smoke up and if not why do you visit 420 chan.

What do you do when you're high? Do you buy it yourself?

Did you smoke previously? Do you intend on ever transition back into the casual toke or are you straight edge since you started transitioning and 420chan reminds you of the good'ol'times?
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Emma Sacklebanks - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 18:57:04 EST ID:D+NsmQph No.375198 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I smoke a lot! All day err day usually but sometimes I'll wait until like a little later in the day like noon or 5 or something haha. I started smoking 2-3 years before transition. It can def rough up my voice/cause me to relax it too much but getting better still lol just a practice thing I think. I think I should smoke less sometimes haha. Also searching for either it or psychedelics and being trans when I was questioning/figuring it out led me to this place! Which is like the only trans place I go to besides all of that initial research and I like to think it's more real and raw here baha, or at least I'll get to see more of what people come up with. But yeah I don't necessarily thinking smoking all the time is quite optimal for me(not in a trans-related way) and I often intend to make into more of a special thing but ehhh it's all good =P I will probably. Haha.
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Alice Pillertodge - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 10:32:20 EST ID:B+k4KMmw No.375249 Ignore Report Quick Reply
erryday!

but I did actually quit for about a year and a half when I made the decision to stop hormones. Somehow I felt like it was important to get some sort of "psychiatric baseline" for myself so i went all straightedge (after a shrooming "vision quest" of course). I don't know if it really helped with anything; although i think i had more energy/motivation to pour into my transition, which was good.
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Caroline Humblefield - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 05:13:33 EST ID:eMfXkA5w No.375305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375165
Started hormones in 2008, didn't smoke weed until 2012. Spent about the last year and a half high. Taking a tolerance break for the next couple months, but I'll probably do some psys between now and then. I spend a lot of time in online video chat or listening to music when high.
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Hugh Smallshit - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 06:01:26 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.375307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375249
this was similiar for me, i stopped taking all drugs and drinking too. I knew i had to make a very clear deicison that would affect the rest of my life nd im not going to let some substance which affects my thinking to alter my feelings about it. didnt smoke weed for most of last yea (brief period in winter ) and didnt get drunk at all.

after about 5 months of being pretty dry i spent christmas with my family which is a total boys club. we all just smoked and drank the whole time and it gave me allot of perspective. I just told myself that my whole life and all its problems were vry far away and for 7 days i would pretend like there was nothing wrong with me and just fit in with evrything, which i was able to do comfortably

i think there comes a time in your transition where you just cant pretend to be a guy anymore? like after a little while you cant even get back the thinking process of how to talk like a bro.
I reckon i might get into a new girl bro mode someday because i have some lady friends who are total bros and we were really close pre-transition but atm im entering this hyper girly phase which is bost embarrassing and liberating
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Basil Pittgold - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 06:57:08 EST ID:AFWW4dBW No.375308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I do not. I visit 420chan because this board is here.


FFS procedures information by Hugh Sopperdock - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 00:36:27 EST ID:OSdbW44F No.375303 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm trying to set things up for FFS, basically just asking a couple of surgeons for quotas (FacialTeam and Bart), and for this I want to properly understand what procedures can do and the anatomy of the face.

>Anatomy questions (names of parts)
For the nose I think I know enough of the anatomy (about the glabella, nasion, and nose bridge/nasal ridge, and things like the nose tip, nostrils, as well as the columella/septum) to properly explain what I want to have done, although I could use some more knowledge about the specific parts of the nose (to properly explain things like that I want some "elevation" of the tip, to remove the slight droopiness).

But for the chin and jaw I don't know too much, although it's mainly the jaw that I'm unsure of. I know that they do mandible angle reduction, which is simply removal of some of the mandible angle bone. But, what I don't know how to explain is the tapering of the "mandible body" (I think it's called), to basically make it bow out less, reduce the width and the height of like the jaw that isn't the mandible angle. I'm not sure how I'm supposed to explain it, other than "I'd like to have my mandible body tapered, to make it appear less heavy", which isn't isn't a very precise description.

>Surgical possibilities
Also, if anyone knows how exactly they remove a cleft chin, FacialTeam told me they could have it corrected, but not specifically how they actually do it, and so if anyone could explain how it's done I'd be grateful.
Another thing I asked them was if they could "correct" my nasolabial angle (the stuff between the philtrum and columella - fix the "rat nose" look), as in making the angle sharper, which they said they could not... Does anyone know if this is possible? To me it seems like it should be possible, especially considering they're making the incision on the columella, which should mean they could just make it so that the skin isn't pulled forward/out as by the nose tip projection.

The last thing, that they also said wasn't possible to do, or that they wouldn't do it (although that I could maybe find a surgeon …
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gender identity and morality by Clara Chinkinwill - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 03:52:35 EST ID:UI46g1nD No.375223 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi all,

I'm a straight male that has recently become friends with a gay male who I'm now flirting with. It's hard to explain. We met through our group of friends and he's a fem crossdresser who has been texting me, telling me he wants to transition and become my girlfriend. He says he doesn't identify as female but is already very feminine and wants to transform and present as female for me.

I've never been exposed to anything like this. He gives me more love and attention than any girl ever has... is this wrong? I feel compelled to say yes to it all but I'm also very aware of gender identity disorder and how people feel born in the wrong body. This seems different, like he'd be taking hormones as part of a sexual kink.

I'm new to a lot of this, any advice is welcome and sorry if I offended anyone. Respect and love to you all.
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Phineas Tillinghood - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 20:10:01 EST ID:xRpwdjPP No.375290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375287
haha, but E is.
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Ernest Drollyshit - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 20:46:27 EST ID:kccvjp5n No.375291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375287
only when DIYing. That prescription spiro be coated like a necco wafer.
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Phineas Tillinghood - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 21:28:09 EST ID:xRpwdjPP No.375292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>375291
>only when DIYing. That prescription spiro be coated like a necco wafer.
Damn, really! Cursed poverty and shitty healthcare, I want tasty Spiro! The disgusting DIY Spiro is the taste of our oppression.
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Henry Chashpon - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 22:05:20 EST ID:k3VSKhLw No.375295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375287
whut I hate the taste of spiro its all minty and shit I hate mint. My spiro r white not the brown colored ones. The white ones are minty as hell... Im so glad I dont have tot ake spiro anymore very soon cause bottom sugery this august ^_^
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Archie Gendleshaw - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 03:01:09 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.375304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP i think its fine, its their life.


Drinking and hrt by Emma Drullyville - Wed, 25 Jun 2014 13:25:10 EST ID:OwLBvFZO No.374329 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It's so nuts how little tolerance I have now after 2 years of taking hormones, or 2 years on saturday. When I was 18 I used to be able to put down so much, now after like 8 or 9 shots I'm most definitely drunk and have to cut myself off, 3 years later I'm so much weaker. I feel like I'm in middle school with how easy it is.

How do adult other /cd/ers handle their alcohol after some hrt? It's just because spirotone fucks your liver right?

Pic unrelated. But that other anchorage bitch needs to hit me up if she's still on /cd/
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Phineas Dedgecocke - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 06:57:37 EST ID:a0gajuuL No.375244 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375240

I knew he watched tranny porn sometimes before I came out to him. Like.... he was watching some shemale porn while we got stoned one time. Ive found Bailey Jay pics on his computer before. Also with his ex he always told me how much he wanted to do anal with her. When I came out to him(it was over steam chat) he went "wow. Really? Well whatever makes you happy dude, that's all we want for you"

And then later adds "So are you going to do porn lol?". He never says so sober, but he has called me hot and requested nudes and lewds when he's drunk. I gave them to him and he told me how nice my body was, etc. Just a few weeks ago he randomly just messages me: "Dude you're so fucking hot" and then he went offline :/

But when I question him about it while he's sober he will either say he was joking, drunk, or just outright denies it. He was in town visiting as we hadn't seen each other in a couple years(besides skype), after a night out at the bar I woke up to us spooning in my bed. Like his crotch was straight up buried in my ass and he was holding me.

I'm not going to do anything with that though, not interested even though he's a swell guy.

>What about you? What sort of negative reactions have you gotten?

My old boss was this old school Korean guy. He straight up asked "Why can't you just be normal!?"hahaha. He loved me besides that though.

My mom was kinda.... awful. My sister was kind of "Well I support you, but you're making a mistake and will regret this and it's weird" with her reaction.
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Fuck Suffingdit - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 07:44:09 EST ID:SsI4VoVd No.375247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375244
>I should make a topic on there then. I reeeeaaaaaaaaaaally like 420chan and don't want to get banned.

Yeah, for sure, do eet esse

The owners of the shop I work at are korean and pakistani. They're really cool though, it's a mother (full blooded korean) and her son (half korean half pakistani). her son is a really awesome guy - he knows I'm trans and gives no fucks.

>steam chat
Are you a gamer?

Did you have much awkwardness with that friend? What about with other people - how long did the awkwardness go on, if there was any?
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Phineas Dedgecocke - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 07:49:02 EST ID:a0gajuuL No.375248 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>375247

>Yeah, for sure, do eet esse

Alright doing it now!

>Are you a gamer?

Yeah pretty much.

>Did you have much awkwardness with that friend? What about with other people - how long did the awkwardness go on, if there was any?

The awkwardness still exists with my family. There never was any with any of my friends though, or none that I felt anyway.
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Eugene Dremblestone - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 16:29:59 EST ID:2o7oBapo No.375267 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374770
I'm Finnish as well and I love it. Everyone tells me I look elvish, which is a pretty awesome compliment imo.
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Faggy Pickcocke - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 21:45:43 EST ID:D+NsmQph No.375293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375267
I finally got this comment lol! I had heard someone else say that someone said that about them and I was like ohhh that's cool, maybe they'll say that to me! And a friend from England I made through forums in the past that I recently found on facebook got totally mindfucked, he was like no offense but I thought you were a boy the whole time lol(I hadn't changed my name yet and it was my name on the forum too, just "Chance" lol) and then yeah I talked about it and he said I had elvish good looks which was cool, then he said good for either gender and I was like aww I mean that's chill I guess lol =P

I'm not Finnish though I reckon', English mostly, some Irish I think, maybe some Cherokee(native american) and I say maybe because pretty much everyone around here claims to have some Cherokee in them lol. Am a bit under 6'2" though ha.


Hrt and nipple development by Eliza Billingstock - Thu, 10 Jul 2014 16:03:18 EST ID:oM0IUvrx No.375120 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm 5 months in and while I had a decent amount of breast growth my nipples didn't change their size and shape at all. Well maybe my areola got a little bigger and more puffier they still look like ordinary guy nipples. I just started progesterone (200mg Microgest) and cycle it.

I'm 29 am I too old for decent nipple development?
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Simon Heblinglock - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 23:00:36 EST ID:ZlcEuxBJ No.375209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's actually very common for trans nipples not to change much at all. If they were small to begin with, they'll still be small post-HRT.
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Matilda Noddlechere - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 23:30:16 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.375215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>375174

more like this.
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Priscilla Follerkodge - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 06:07:43 EST ID:IyBQboeD No.375238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375215
Where do you buy these things?
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Polly Papperfoot - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 06:30:07 EST ID:sDC0ib4K No.375239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375215
might as well get the whole boobs in

http://noogleberry.com/
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Matilda Noddlechere - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 06:55:30 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.375242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375238

ebay "manual breast pump" they cost like 5$


hair by George Clivingman - Thu, 10 Jul 2014 22:26:41 EST ID:/ORybljV No.375127 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone have any advice on what kind of haircut I should get? I've not touched it since it's grown out other than getting bangs and I'd like something that suits my face more... people keep suggesting bobs but that'd make me look like a man considering i'm 6'1 and have slightly big shoulders.

I have some pictures here http://imgur.com/46zhXjq,il24uas,0WHXfGU,CnOqyAH
http://imgur.com/46zhXjq,il24uas,0WHXfGU,CnOqyAH
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Simon Fussletad - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 19:31:16 EST ID:AQB1zErh No.375201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375189
But I love him
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George Fogglemidge - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 20:01:22 EST ID:/ORybljV No.375202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375201
>>375189
whoa, i'm the one he called cute. stand back, he's mine.
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Simon Wozzletodging - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 02:58:33 EST ID:5YRD7t80 No.375217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bangs are a good look for you, I think maybe just work on poofing them out some with a hair dryer and some hair spray. Beyond that, I like your long hair. Ponytail/braids?
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Hannah Croblinglock - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 03:40:35 EST ID:mRApsEGm No.375221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think what really matters if you have a bob is your face and your face is quite feminine.
what you should consider is that your hair has to match up with your personality since shorter hair will give you more of a andro touch. I think you will get what i mean if you google lesbian haircut :b.
But at the end i think the most important thing is that you just take a look at what hair styles you like and try yourself out. You cant really tell if you like it before you tried it.
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Edwin Billingfield - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 04:23:59 EST ID:JWL8LLR8 No.375229 Ignore Report Quick Reply
omg you have like the exact same style as me, in that pic anyway, but i have similiar hair to you and was planning on getting it cut as well soon. it's late right now but i'll post a pic tommorrow


future selves by Alice Gannerstock - Tue, 08 Jul 2014 13:36:13 EST ID:udHno1Nk No.375002 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just heard a play about a boy who gets visited by two of his future selves from different timelines, each telling him to change things.

To prove he was really him, the first future self recited embarrassing secrets, like where he kept his porn mag and how he once tried on his mothers knickers when they were put in his drawer by mistake.

It made me think of /cd/. What do you think your transitioned future self from 15-20 years into the future would tell you? Go ahead and transition or not? What about your future self who didn't transition? Will they tell you to change things or will they think not transitioning is best?
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Clara Goodgold - Wed, 09 Jul 2014 11:13:11 EST ID:udHno1Nk No.375059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375008
>I dunno, 15-20 years is along time.
Change it as you see fit! 10, 5, just 1, it's all in the spirit of the thread!

>Who knows about my actual future self though.
Got guesses? Dreams? Fears?

>This is a fun website in a similar vein, I do it every five years. I got a letter from my pre-transition self which was kinda interesting.
FutureMe looks great for this kind of thing! How come you only do it every 5 years? I think I'm gonna make a point of doing it every year for 5 years ahead, so get one from 5 years ago every year. Plus occasional ones for more or less time. Maybe a 10 year one, because that will be the first time I got a 5 year one that I wrote after receiving a 5 year one. And ones for specific dates/events, so I can see my expectations for how they turned out when they actually happen.

What did your pre-transition self say that was interesting? In hindsight can you see evidence of being trans in it? What do you normally get from your past self and say to your future self? If that's not too personal.

>>375011
Can't you make the best of things how they are? What do you think your future will be like if you do the best you can for everything?
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Walter Sarringbury - Wed, 09 Jul 2014 13:30:55 EST ID:RYe4ZOly No.375064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Future me: prepare for an end to all the change it will end and you will be stuck with a less than ideal body and you will be late twenties looking towards the dusk of life. Bravo for not exploring trans stuff more as a preteen. I wonder what have happened if i hadn't been such a conformist.
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Archie Dinnerway - Wed, 09 Jul 2014 13:45:17 EST ID:OSdbW44F No.375066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375059
>Can't you make the best of things how they are? What do you think your future will be like if you do the best you can for everything?
Difficult to say
  1. Might semi-pass, which means I'll probably shut myself in and avoid most contact. If I'm a bit lucky I might still manage to find a boyfriend, probably through some dating sites, and maybe we could do some nice things
  2. I pass and can go outside and do some things, like get friends and live a fairly normal life.

I think the first possibility is the most likely.
In the end of both I'll still have little to not point in life, I guess I could finish high school, but there isn't going to be a career for me, I'm not going to get married either. So, yeah, I think I'm going to end up dead after a few years.

Anyway, it's fine to not live a super long life, I think it's ok as long as you can get out enough to feel like your life has been worth living.
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Nigel Buffingmore - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 21:32:13 EST ID:PdbwBjPC No.375205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375066
You can go outside and have friends and a boyfriend however well you pass. Why won't you have a career or marriage?
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Shitting Shakewill - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 23:17:23 EST ID:OSdbW44F No.375212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375205
>You can go outside and have friends and a boyfriend however well you pass.
I prefer to not meet people as a trans, or as male, or anyone who people consider male, I'm rather alone than doing that, I think. I don't want to be intimate without being able to pass, because I'm not interested in a gay relationship, although semi-pass might be good enough, but I suppose the dysphoria might be in the way for things to work out (the better you pass the less dysphoria basically).

>Why won't you have a career or marriage?
I'm 24 now, I didn't complete "senior high school", I have the education of a 16 year old, and been on disability for years, I have no real work experience. So I'm not going to have a career, other than possibly mc donalds or a grocery store. Marriage won't really be an option, I guess possible if I would pass flawlessly (impossible), but considering no prospects of starting a family, no career and just ending up being a draining person (financially and I guess emotionally), and not actually looking physically attractive kind of kills those possibilities... Unless I want to marry like some very undesirable man, who's probably going to be obsessed with some niche interest.


what do you think of therapy groups by Shit Blytheham - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 11:29:52 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.375150 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's you're experiences with therapy groups?
i always feel like I'm surrounded by autistic weirdo's, No one is ever quite my age ranging from like 22 to 100 years old. Its fucking bullshit and all trans girls look fucking hideous (so that makes me feel bad because I probably look just like them.)
>tl;dr in support groups every transwoman looks like a freak, and it makes me feel bad about myself
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John Soppersack - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 14:38:21 EST ID:rUI8XJ5W No.375167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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group therapy is dildos
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Phoebe Drisslewill - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 16:35:11 EST ID:k3VSKhLw No.375191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375154
I'm 21 and I'm in the same boat. I pass and have a bf and my future looks like I will be a normal girl. I still feel alone because I can never find another MtF that passes like me and isn't a queer pony. The only groups I can find are either the hons that are super old or the queer ponies that call me queer and not a normal girl.
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Eliza Crogglefoot - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 17:05:58 EST ID:2o7oBapo No.375195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The idea of group therapy frightens me because I live in an area that has lots of trans people and nearly every one I've met has been kind of an asshole to me. I'd really like to have a friend I can relate to on that level, but without all the passive aggressive cutting comments I've received from so many in the community. It's made me avoid other trans people at all costs.
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Frederick Hondershaw - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 18:59:42 EST ID:OSdbW44F No.375199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375150
The only trans group in the area I live is for people between ages 13-25... I'm probably not have time to attend it, and it might be for the better, as I'd guess most of those who go there are transtrenders.

Also, I don't see the point of attending one... If you go there in the middle then it's like you're just seeing people who're wrorrying about the same thing you are, which is passing, and I don't see the point of that. If you go there post-transition I guess, but I would think there are better ways to meet people than attending such meetings, and if you pass flawlessly it means you're outing yourself. Pre-transition is more or less pointless, because I doubt they talk much about self-medding, and there isn't so much to talk about.
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Shitting Shakewill - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 23:07:51 EST ID:OSdbW44F No.375210 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375199
It was actually between the ages 15-26... But it appears it's about people who are questioning or something, so it's not actually like a trans support group I suppose.


Female Voice shit again by Phineas Worthingstone - Tue, 08 Jul 2014 15:20:41 EST ID:8KjfBscK No.375009 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm gonna be straight, I pretty much suck at working on this, and probably need help or therapy. I've seen a lot of people just get it, but I'm having trouble, so I'm trying to find tips and above all someone who will do cheap voice therapy with me pronto. The problem is its been half a week and I don't get replies back from people who offer the service.

Did anyone else get assistance in raising their pitch? Is anyone out there willing to or have tips? We've all been over how inane and unhelpful most tutorials are, and I'm convinced there has to be a better way that does not involve so much blind groping in the dark. I can raise my voice awfully high, and even bring some breathyness into it, which you can't do with falsetto, but it still sounds wierd.

Anyone out there have any comments, suggestions or experiances they could share? I'm kind of in a hole here.
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Frederick Dandlebury - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 00:28:58 EST ID:Go31r/5K No.375131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Actually that is exactly how I have made all my progress. Banging my head against the wall practicing things and trying new tips and advice from all over the internet until some of it worked for me.

Not that I have a great voice but I have made a lot of progress from where I began.

There is no magic technique, everyone has a different voice and you will have to try all different things to get it working for you. Keep looking everywhere and trying everything you can until you get some sort of progress.
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Emma Bopperham - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 10:11:15 EST ID:pvNpO3qS No.375147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375069
Wow, insulting attitude and condescension are a great tool when asking for help you insufferable cunt.
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Matilda Chammledale - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 10:51:43 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.375148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can go to vocal coaches , they do exist they are cheapish because there are lots of them, just look them up on your local classified website, call them up make an appointment and tell them that you need assistance with controlling falsetto, if they are smart in the first appointment they will catch on what you're trying to achieve so they will either tell you they can or cant help you achieve what you want at the end of the lesson/appointment.

Like vocal coaches study how the whole sound out of your mouth thing works, so they know their stuff.
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Phoebe Nicklebury - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 13:50:23 EST ID:8KjfBscK No.375159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>375131

already did, I tracked down information on how this shit actually works, that is, it took me 2 years but I finally found out physiologically whats happening, my google fu is that bad, but it also means you are wrong, and an asshole for ignoring me and what I said time and again in this thread.

>>375147
when you insult someone, you better damn be ready to be insulted back you fuckhead, I asked for help finding assistance, absolutely no one HERE is doing that, AT ALL, they are pushing their own deeply flawed brosciency experiences on me and I never asked, and indeed, told them from the very beginning that it does not belong here. I'm sorry you think wanting an answer to a question I asked instead of a bunch of bullshit makes me insufferable. maybe you should try listening to what's being asked if you don't want a mouth full of vitriol, because ignoring someone and then opinionating on them is offensive and insulting and you will be called shitacular things until you stop or apologize and stop doing it.


in other news I am glad I made this thread, because there are some small ammount of not assholes here helping me.
>>375148
I didn't really realize there where voice coaches, might make it easier than seeing the one specialist and paying medical tier fees, I hope they know their muscles.
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OmegaBR !ALNS95kvpA - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 13:51:48 EST ID:vkxpBjKg No.375160 Report Quick Reply
>>375069
Reading through this thread, you've been nothing but rude, short-tempered, and flat out insulting to people who have tried to help.

Considering you have no idea what you're doing in the first place, in your own words >>375016 you should really be a lot more receptive to their advice instead of waiting for someone to come along and tell you exactly what you want to hear.

Start a new thread if you wish, but be a LOT more polite about it.


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