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HRT as a form of "Male" Birthcontrol by Martin Brullerwirk - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 13:37:35 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400109 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How effective is Spironolactone and the like at controlling the little swimmers? I know official sources say don't use it as birth control.

My question is it effective as birth control and are the effects permanent. Also have any of you had children after discontinuing HRT. And does taking it cause birth defects or defects in the sperm,that cause birth defects.

>I don't care if they are.
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Oliver Nicklegold - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 19:10:17 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400109

OP spironolactone causes your body to stop accepting testosterone by blocking the receptors.

So chances are you might not even want to have sex after a few months of taking spironolactone and you will probably stop being able to ejaculate and if you do, it will likely just be a clear goo

So it isnt recommended.

People who take spirnolactone also sometimes grow breasts with their body unable to absorb testosterone yet still accepts estrogen. Gynocomastia? i think it was.
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Edward Fanforth - Sun, 04 Sep 2016 01:28:48 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400112
Well I'm wouldn't just take it as birth control. Also you can cycle hormones so you can still "get it up" and "bust a nut" ("shoot blanks").
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Barnaby Drorrykodge - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 12:52:42 EST ID:xWFZE7FG No.400202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400109

Up until I got my script I had been told to bank my sperm. Eventually the Endo Doc told me it wasn't a for sure thing and too always check with a fertility test.

>>400112

I am only at 100mg daily(4 months). While my sex drive is lower and less annoying, I still climax and ejaculate not problem.


Sexual insecurities by John Hobberlotch - Tue, 06 Sep 2016 12:49:29 EST ID:7O+E0y5p No.400144 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone else worry that being sexual or even just being open to sexual encounters will have people delegitimizing you and your identity?

It's one of the things that keeps me from allowing myself to explore sexuality.

I'm never going to be able to afford bottom surgery and now that I've had time to look into it more, I on't think I'd ultimately want it anyway. The results right now just aren't enough for me to justify it so I've been trying to just be ok with having a penis.

I haven't had many sexual experiences yet, but I've come to understand that a tranny that won't have sex or use her penis is undesirable and useless even to the kindest people.

The catch-22 is that if I give in and just do it, whoever I'm with will doubt or even just deny my legitimacy and now I'm a liar or just pretending or whatever.

I've been stuck on this for years and the isolation, desperation, and loneliness is leaving me feeling hopeless, frustrated, and suicidal.

Is there anything I can do? Is this just how things are? I'm at a loss.
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William Tillingway - Tue, 06 Sep 2016 13:15:49 EST ID:5R86TULF No.400145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fuck what people think, lines, labels, etc, everything's messy and such, people think stupid stuff anyway, anddd just yeah screw validating yourself to people, etc ^_^ <3

If you have a penis then that is pretty much your sexual organ, learning to work with it or you know just not being asexual is totally chill and understandable and again it doesn't matter, fuck people and lines, etc

When it comes to this just yeah if something feels good then pretty much what's the problem?

Who are you with/would be with that will want you to use or do something with your penis then doubt you for it? A piece of shit? Or is it likeee when potentially getting to know someone you're afraid they'll assume they shouldn't touch or do anything to your penis and to say it's okay would be "de-legitimizing"? meh screw that too, of course, but, either they probably don't know that much, are interested in that area, or are like overly "knowledgeable" about trans stuff and therefor understand that everyone's unique and to respect your wishes in general? I don't think it'd be too hard to say well this is what I got so working with it/not trying to be asexual? Some people may or may not be personally interested though I can sorta only imagine, I guess, a lesbian or guy that really only likes vaginas but is willing to work with you? so they may not and that's just a personal preference thing, if they wanna be lame and judgmental then well lame, who care, etc good luck ^_^

More importantly just do what you want and again screw what people think, a decently large section of people aren't gonna believe "legitimacy" anyway, not to be a downer, and everything and everyone's messy so just don't spend your time worrying about how you act based on what other people will think of it even though it's super hard being trans, and can relate and have and still work on it, probably because there is that large section of people in the first place and in general people knowing about it and saying/thinking lame/"invalidating" things. We all people and what we are etc. And people tend to be sexual so again just bleh.
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Matilda Bellerled - Wed, 07 Sep 2016 07:37:38 EST ID:8y+RC3Jt No.400165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400144
I get ya OP.
I hate what I have down there enough that I can't even be naked in front of otther people 90% of the time, I literally have to take underwear off, or if I'm feeling "brave" it has to be covered either with a blanket or a hand. It's very hard to even feel attractive when you know there's a disgusting lump between your legs.
I'm also very submissive naturally, and I feel like even just that delegitimises me, because so many trans girls are subby and people go on about autogynephilia/how it's proof it's just the "males" view on how they see women and all that horseshit but it's kinda stuck with me and I feel kinda bad every time I do go subby. However flip the coin and on the rare occasions that I would be slighty more dominant I really feel like I am filling the "masculine" role and that just makes me feel worse. Of course equating dom/sub with male/female is kinda silly but it's far more the norm so sometimes it's hard to separate that.

One night stands/dating is a completely different minefield for a trans person too. Fuck I have it up as my first line on my dating profile and there are still idiots that gloss over and just send a message based on just the photo alone and that's by far the simplest method of explaining. Having to do that in person is hell on earth and I don't even bother with trying because on the occassions where someone has approached me I either feel too terrified/awkward to hold up a conversation well enough to interest them, or I get to the explaining part and they just bail.

There are people out there that don't care though, I dated someone for over a year before they actually saw me naked (and it took a fair amount of drugs for that moment too tbh), but they were great with me, and we really took our time slowly pushing boundaries and exploring new things completely at my own pace, and at least while we were dating, made me feel attractive and more confident. One line when breaking up with me shattered that entirely but that's another story.

Everyone's different OP. A trans girl who fucks her boyfriend's ass every night and has no thoughts about SRS is a…
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Jack Murdbanks - Wed, 07 Sep 2016 08:13:06 EST ID:Yp/ckr3c No.400167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400144
Society is very open to bi-ness now. Dicks are hot stuff just be upfront about what ya packin
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Doris Duckridge - Wed, 07 Sep 2016 13:31:27 EST ID:haAUPcwy No.400174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why are you hanging out with people who don't accept your legitimacy anyway?


Its like survivors guilt but with dicks or something by Matilda Tootstock - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 00:48:54 EST ID:GBWaBW/M No.400044 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The insurance provided by my employer will cover confirmation surgery. Entirely. But it won't cover FFS at all because it counts as "cosmetic".

I hate this.There are people who would kill to get SRS but I'd happily trade options to get FFS done. I hate this so much.
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Phyllis Goodhood - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 03:58:46 EST ID:KrzYTTT/ No.400049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400046
How is it comparable to survivors guilt? It's a question of preferences, what nags you more, something you can hide, and may or may not be able to block attention from, or something that you'll notice in the mirror, in photos, and from other people's reactions. Of course you might feel that A over B is simply a waste of effort. It is kind of silly that it's like that, it still should be SRS that's covered in principle, but maybe it would make sense for it to be divertible to FFS if there's a particular need?

Survivors guilt would be more comparable to just not having an issue of either sort. Like not needing FFS in the first place.
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Matilda Tootstock - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 04:15:35 EST ID:GBWaBW/M No.400050 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400049
No but that's exactly it. I don't need srs, I like my dick. So I can get unnecessary srs because its free or save up to dump a load on FFS down the line but both options suck. Classic sophie's choice.
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Eugene Fiblingwag - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 01:49:02 EST ID:KrzYTTT/ No.400054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400050
I think you're kind of expected to get both, not to get one major surgery to appease the gender dysphoria / to prove your transness or whatnot. You'd probably be seen as a paranoid troublemaker to have an issue with the stacked risk from two surgeries.
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Shitting Gobblechedge - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 03:55:52 EST ID:GBWaBW/M No.400055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400054
>I think you're kind of expected to get both, not to get one major surgery to appease the gender dysphoria / to prove your transness or whatnot.
What do you mean, like, uneducated cis people assume all trans people would always take both SRS and FFS if available 100% of the time (payed for out-of-pocket, insured or otherwise), and receiving only one couldn't possibly alleviate dysphoria? I can see that.

Likely, policy-makers probably offer SRS because they think it is the ubiquitous desire of all trans people (after HRT) and don't take FFS, Laser Hair Removal, sperm banking or vocal feminization surgery into consideration at all. Because they don't know those are things trans people may want, and they don't understand that quality-of-life and passability depend on completely different factors from person-to-person. Or they understand full well that trans people want all those things, but by offering SRS they cover the public's perception of what trans people want, and if we ask for more, or ask for alternatives, we're being greedy. Why bother offering more when they can get away with not doing so.

>You'd probably be seen as a paranoid troublemaker to have an issue with the stacked risk from two surgeries.
As in, offering both FFS and SRS to an individual would turn them into a liability or risk? I don't see how someone would be considered a paranoid troublemaker by this, unless someone took both options /in the hopes/ that something goes wrong and can sue for medical malpractice. In which case the doctor would be in question, not the insurance company. I can't see that happening. An individual opting into SRS that they didn't want solely hoping that it goes wrong so they can sue would have to have deep, deep psychological issues. If instead you mean it doubles the chances of regret for those who went in thinking they wanted surgery and disliking the results, or realizing they didn't after all... tough cookie. If you saved up the cash yourself and got surgery and regretted it there's really nothing you can do there either. That's no one's fault but your own.

I think the best thing insurers could do is offer both, but an …
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Eugene Fiblingwag - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 19:45:33 EST ID:KrzYTTT/ No.400061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400055
Insurance companies cannot be assumed to be actively deciding what's most appropriate for their patients. Rather, they are just conforming to what is commonly being defined as a need for people diagnosed with GID.

SRS is viewed as a universal trans need, while FFS is judged by those looking at it. It cannot really have it's neededness designated because it's subjective.

Because of the heavily emphasized "identify as a woman - plain and simple" narrative, SRS is seen as the most important one, and multiple surgeries are also deemed normal. That's what I meant in saying that appeasing dysphoria with a measured dose of surgery is not how transpeople are understood to feel. Nor is "proving transness" the way it generally works, that is how it legally is in Canada, one or two trans related surgeries of any sort or whatnot are requirements for legal status changes.

Sperm banking makes far more sense as something for governments to support.

>As in, offering both FFS and SRS to an individual would turn them into a liability or risk?
No, societally, you'd be seen as a Luddite with severe trust issues by not viewing multiple surgeries as better than one, as even people who aren't models or anything like that commonly get plastic surgery.


Genderfluid by StimLion !J2qtxSkYVE - Mon, 01 Aug 2016 20:46:34 EST ID:V4N1FECI No.399545 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone else on here identify as gender fluid?

I have considered myself androgynous/gender fluid since my young teenage years (I'm 23 now). I'm not looking to fully transition, but I want to have a more feminine physique and look. My face is really girly so is my hair, but I have awful body hair and I don't own enough girls clothes, also I'd like to paint my nails more and learn to do my make-up.

I feel more often girl than boy on a day to day basis, but I experience both genders noticeably. I imagine it sorta works like a Kinsley scale for gender at least for my personal experiencing of my gender confetti (a term I invented on 3-meo-pcp with my fellow genderqueer friend to describe all gender identities considered heterodox).

I began to feel this way in early high school and my understanding of these feelings was enhanced by dissociatives, psychedelics, and MDMA and reading stuff about the feminine and masculine spirit especially like the "anima and animus" concept of Carl Jung. I crossdressed a lot and the gender confetti stuff in a lot anime inspired me to wanna explore my girlyness a lot more. I looove wearing punky-gothy girly stuff and Gothic Lolita Victorian frilly things!

I find it especially tough to get people who don't understand this stuff to understand being gender fluid. I'm not trying to play the oppression olympics, none of this stuff is easy for any of us of different gender identities than the black and white boy/girl dichotomy that is "socially acceptable", but people REALLY seem to shit on the gender fluid thing. I often have to sit around people or coworkers who act like its a joke or "a trend" or people are "just making up genders now" or "you can't be both a boy and a girl" and crack jokes and shit-talk it while I personally experience it on a daily basis. I don't ever get pissed off about it, it just sorta feels bad, I just wanna be a part-time girl and feel comfy going out wearing a skirt when I feel like it and shit. I sometimes try to explain to people, but most just mix up sex and gender as the same thing or say "I accept you, you can think whatever you want, hell if you said you were …
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Augustus Soddleville - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 19:40:38 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.399950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399945

i thought you were burned out on this?! :p still had two long posts in you!!

I hope you enjoy your music festival, hope you have lots of fun and meet loads of cool people :) it looks like a really fun festival.

Im doing really well, i've got to trip sit some friends this weekend which is going to be fun.
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Ebenezer Grandfield - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 21:48:57 EST ID:5R86TULF No.399952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399950
It was technically just one long post but I had to split up =P haha
those things just happen I slept and stuff lol. Also took a slightly bigger dose of cactus last saturday(but ultimately still quite small lol), and I've noticed before the monday-tuesday area I can get really wordy/just go on about things like that or whatever haha. Anyway.

Thank you! I've been to it every year they've had it lol, which this is just the third year, and it was two day non-camping, which I liked lol, but now it's full on three day with camping. I've done two full on 3 days with camping and actually camped and it's cool and there's an element of survival haha depending and yeah buttttt, like I liked staying at a hotel. I'll camp to camp, I don't need to camp when I'm partying hard and getting extra messed up and then like blah blah lol. But I'm not gonna trip my face off either this time! haha. Realistically I've taken my highest doses of psychs at festivals lmao, which is kinda stupid, it got to where that became the main event, dealing with how hard I was tripping haha, it's like fun good times then oh fuck what's happening *braces* nothing happens, feel worried for a while, eventually settle back in haha. For example anyway. I literally braced myself during sphongle at imagine last year lol, it actually fucked me up like the music and lights haha. I'm sure it was entertaining to the guy beside me who I also asked if the music was playing still or not because the person like turned off all the lights and just had a deep bass hum going, and I could faintly here the other stage, and I turned to him like is that coming from here? And he was like yeah that's from here and then I was like omg I am so stupid haha. He asked me where I was from and stuff so maybe he didn't think I was too stupid lol. I'm high and telling storiessss ha.

Anyway it's cool and I'm staying with my cousin this year! Every year, I buy the ticket at the end of the last festival before anything about next year's come out so it's super cheap so like I got my ticket for like 80 dollars which it is so much more now haha, and I literally bought it last year…
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Ebenezer Grandfield - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 22:36:56 EST ID:5R86TULF No.399953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399952
I didn't mean this conversation btw this one was basically just me touching myself lol =P
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Oliver Blytheway - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 18:37:24 EST ID:Uh2hmjVt No.400052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i don't know. i find that i go between feeling 100% like a woman and then having phases where i feel very strange about it, and like i might prefer to have a different type of body, more androgynous in appearance, and possibly also have a penis. however, i know it's impossible to change my body back and forth like that, and almost everyone that i've tried to express these emotions to reassures me that i am a woman.
to some degree i don't really 'get' gender, like why we have it. reading more about it just confuses me more.
since my experience seems very different from most trans people, i don't really feel comfortable calling myself trans, and i do not normally speak on this matter.
i suppose i'm mostly a woman, albeit a rather 'queer' type of woman.
i have no idea who would be good to talk to about this.
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Charles Farringcocke - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 18:53:54 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400053 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400052

Well who are you?
you dont need to understand something to have it apply to you.
>i suppose i'm mostly a woman, albeit a rather 'queer' type of woman.
i mean, thats a good start.
I think the problem i find is people often say "i need to fit inside this box" when what they should be doing is allowing themselves to be categorised on what they identify as. I think genderqueer and the 53 other gender identities are dumb for that reason, people who identify as male feel they need to identify as something else in order to fit into a specific box for whatever reasons, rather than actually just being themselves and then getting categorised accordingly.

Sometimes it feels like they change their identity to fall into a category rather than galling into a category because of their identity.

So if you say you're a woman, then i'll take your word for that, you can be any kind of woman you want to be, you could be a butch woman who likes other women if you want, as long as that is who you actually are and you arent just doing it that to fall into a category or because you think pretending to be something you arent will be beneficial.


Is this offensive? by John Goodworth - Tue, 16 Aug 2016 16:14:55 EST ID:Yb5T1JbN No.399822 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, to start, I am a heterosexual 25yo Male. My buddy is a 26yo "gender- fluid" Male. Now, my question is, was that offensive?

Basically, we've known each other for years. And around high school, he came out to me as gay before he told ANYONE else. I supported him through it all (I've always been a "do what makes you happy" kind of guy).

So about a week ago, we meet up after about 5 years of not seeing each other (I joined the Army). We catch up, things are fine. Then, he tells me he figured out, he was both a boy and a girl, and didn't really lean to either side.

To me, this was fine. You should be allowed to call yourself whatever you'd like. But he was not happy when I stated "From a purely anatomical standpoint, you are male". I continued to say "You can identify however you want, it's your right" "But Scientifically, from a human standpoint, you are physically a man".

He then proceeds to flip out on me stating things like "your a bigot", "I can use the female room because I'm a woman".

And literally before I can say anything, he stands up and walks out (we are in a Starbucks cafe). Everyone else begins to applaud him, and people start calling me names and telling me to feel ashamed...

Am I really a piece of shit for saying this? I mean, I didn't just say that right after to shut him up or anything. We were just on the topic of hormone treatment.

I don't know. I was merely stating an opinion, and got booed out of a Starbucks before I could say anything...
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Emma Bardbanks - Tue, 30 Aug 2016 00:01:40 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400023

>The antidepressant-like actions of estrogens could involve rapid and long-term activation of different ERs, serotonergic and noradrenergic receptors, which, in turn, could activate second messenger systems, signal transduction pathways, transcription factors, and neuronal plasticity that may contribute to the regulation of stress-related disorders. These action of estrogens seem much faster than those required for classic antidepressants. This observation could explain their potentiation and shortened onset of antidepressant action, which could be particularly advantageous.

What does that say to you?
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Nathaniel Brivingspear - Tue, 30 Aug 2016 03:42:28 EST ID:TBvtiqdL No.400026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
why does this thread have so many replies? everyone on this board is retarded.
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Emma Bardbanks - Tue, 30 Aug 2016 06:16:43 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400026

you're on this board, replying to this thread too :)
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Rebecca Billingwill - Tue, 30 Aug 2016 07:15:01 EST ID:Eoctp5sJ No.400030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Goddamn it you fucking retarded cunts. Stop feeding the goddamn the future circlejerk stormfront immigrant.

If you have to make a fucking retarded post, use nobump please. Let this retarded troll shit die. nb
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Ebenezer Hollywell - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 04:21:35 EST ID:Eoctp5sJ No.400051 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400037
>recognizing a memey troll straight off circlejerk is being biased now

Wow, you fucking faggot. Keep your tinfoil shit to yourself.


Sex Drive by Charlotte Grandstock - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 20:58:17 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.399936 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I was on HRT before and now I've started again it's been less than a month. Before I had to make myself horny, but it wasnt hard. Also I can say I defintley wanted to do lewd stuff on a psychological level.

Then I went off for about five months and my sex drive returned to normal levels and I was crazy horny anytime I looked at porn or sexy pictures.

Now I'm back on and I rarely get horny again. The only difference now is I don't really get aroused on a psychological level, at least when it comes to sex.

I don't know, tell me what you think. I know it's supposed to change and lower your sex drive. But that doesn't explain why I don't really feel any real motivation to masturbate.

>my sex drive is missing
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William Dinnerhall - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 04:50:13 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.399959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399954

I don't see myself getting a lot of money any time soon. And my priority would be FFS over SRS anyway.
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Martin Fedgedale - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 22:50:00 EST ID:KrzYTTT/ No.399975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399941
I can kind of relate, at times I would get struck by fantasies involving spit-roasting, but then I just started seeing it as a third rate pseudo-alternative to getting double penetrated the proper way. Oh well, that shit's all unspeakably disgusting anyway.
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Phyllis Duckdock - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 19:16:49 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.399983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399959
I definitely agree that FFS is more of a priority.

>>399975
Yes that is filthy.
Be a geisha not a slut.
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Emma Blackstone - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 22:46:29 EST ID:KrzYTTT/ No.399985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399983
Nah, I'm absolute shit for any sort of normal relationship. Sick things are actually conceivable. If people are generalized perverts, they're conceivably sick enough to tolerate me, though not sick in a way that's out to get me like chasers.

I'll probably just get a Rottweiler for protection instead.
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Henry Pockwill - Mon, 29 Aug 2016 16:13:57 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400018 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399985
>>399985
>Nah, I'm absolute shit for any sort of normal relationship.

Unfortunately Its the same for me at least in the near future.


Workout routine for a better feminine rear? by Bread - Mon, 29 Aug 2016 04:34:59 EST ID:qMDPzAAq No.400015 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Alright, so my transition is coming along nicely. Facially I'm doing not too bad. Body wise however, I need work. I have a very large chest so it makes my physique fairly uneven. I need to build my ass and thighs to balance it out and feel better about it.

Right now I'm looking at squatting weights and I'm not sure if that's ideal. When I grab my ass and legs, there's clearly a fair bit to grab on to and it feels pretty squishy, so I feel like if I built muscle, it'd add very well and the fat and stuff already there would keep it from looking hella muscley and gross.

But anyways, what do you guys think? Is there an ideal workout routine for this sorta stuff? Should I just follow anything on the internet? I feel like a fair bit doesn't apply to me because of my trans situation. Most workout routines would be for guys hoping to get massive quads and stuff. I just wanna be more fem.

Help, /cd/.
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Rebecca Senderstone - Mon, 29 Aug 2016 06:38:25 EST ID:J7X1uebE No.400016 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is my exercise routine. I've been doing these for a short time but I'm already seeing good results.
>3x12 Floor Hip Abductions with 5lb weight
>3x15 Kickbacks with 5lb weight
>3x12 Bridges with 20lb weight

These exercises focus on the butt, hip, and back leg muscles. I do them three times a week on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I'm fairly short (5'6") so I avoid squats and anything else that would build too much quad mass because it would make me look shorter.


jolly african-american by Faggot - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 08:21:19 EST ID:aaB+NXhv No.399990 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Check my 400000 you transcum
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76/sp/ get - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 08:26:53 EST ID:qXNJQTmm No.400000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
eli best whorb
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Faggot - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 08:27:10 EST ID:aaB+NXhv No.400001 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399999
FOR SHIT JUST GOT REAL NIGGERS
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Faggot - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 08:27:46 EST ID:aaB+NXhv No.400002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400000
you fucking stallion
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Jarvis Brengerkidge - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 08:30:11 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.400003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400000
Thanks for all the help over the years, /cd/.
>>400000
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Edward Sorrykuck - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 08:35:14 EST ID:qXNJQTmm No.400004 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400002
don't forget your place. /sp/ is and will be everyone's overlord


fags by Beatrice Blythefoot - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 18:23:30 EST ID:T06/DQNO No.399813 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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TRANS FAGGOTS HAVE NO VALUE!! THEY GO TO HELL!!
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William Clayfoot - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 21:38:30 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.399815 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399813

Trans faggots?
Straight people who want to be faggots?
isnt that just gay people?
why do they need to be trans?

this doesnt make sense OP.
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Jenny Pickbury - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 21:50:26 EST ID:Kwikk5W8 No.399816 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399815
I believe that's common "sissy" fetish posters, they wish they could be gay. and that they'd look like twinks, so that they could have tons and tons of freaky sex, but can't accept that they aren't.

Or maybe it was supposed to say trans baguettes? Like, when you want to make baguettes, but can't afford the baguette premade dough, so you get some shitty pizza crust dough and bend that into long narrow loaves instead.
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Nathaniel Grimcocke - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 22:23:17 EST ID:GBWaBW/M No.399817 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Robot love is queer, that's all.
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Emma Blackstone - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 00:39:33 EST ID:KrzYTTT/ No.399987 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399813
You should stand up for that, and start some good old fashioned sectarian warfare against the pro gay churches. Everyone should be able to appreciate it, for one thing, it's not fucking fair at all that some places are enduring being smeared with associated stereotypes while others are absolved, it's not fucking fair that some places miss out on the heroism of heretical sects being smitten. After all. if you can't trust your own people to be in line on such a basic principle, what fucking good is your self-righteous posturing?


Sexuality before, during, after transistion by Rebecca Crondlekark - Sat, 30 Jul 2016 14:38:11 EST ID:F3ksySQh No.399502 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has anyone else noticed a change in their sexuality during their transition? I was strictly only interested in women before my transition but as time goes on I find myself more and more curious about men. Still haven't been with one but the idea lingers. Anyone else?
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Walter Chumblestock - Mon, 08 Aug 2016 01:36:25 EST ID:JEfD4FPF No.399710 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399686
What, go back somewhere where you'd have heard way more about that trio?
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Cyril Pengerham - Tue, 16 Aug 2016 14:14:25 EST ID:2mnES3C4 No.399820 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399643
Vomitting eternally
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Cyril Pengerham - Tue, 16 Aug 2016 14:15:40 EST ID:2mnES3C4 No.399821 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399502
I realized I was bi because of transition.
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Shitting Clobbledock - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 20:24:23 EST ID:KrzYTTT/ No.399926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399675
Freaks.
>Bar none - the best "seeing to" I've ever had!

>by S_____ over 3 years ago

>Thank you @bang_arranger for this event.
>I (we) both enjoyed this event thoroughly.
>I am so totally spent now, that after having a wonderful luncheon out, I can only sit here, daydreaming in the warm afternoon sun in the livingroom, letting the afterglow enfold me into dreamy laziness.
>Thanks also to all the men with their various styles and sizes, without whom I would not now be in this delightful reverie of exhausted bliss. :)
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Hedda Shittingham - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 13:31:13 EST ID:Mzccq53i No.399969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I was bi with a preference to men pre-transition. Now I am just 100% attracted to guys.


MTF cosplay by Rebecca Fingerville - Thu, 18 Aug 2016 08:14:12 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.399869 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi all. In short, I need some sort of a mask to go with a cat girl cosplay. It's because I need to hide my boy face obviously. Does anyone have any cute masks that'd help? I'm 5'2, 100lb, and it's gonna be a school girl costume with a cat ears and tail, lol. Generic but theraputic-- but I need a mask.

Any ideas?
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Rebecca Fingerville - Thu, 18 Aug 2016 13:49:53 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.399876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399875
Thanks. Also the drug pic is a random one I clicked-- I don't do that.

I am trying to find a cosplay mask of some sort, but the V masks look too cliche and silly for me.
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Polly Pammlewell - Thu, 18 Aug 2016 21:08:53 EST ID:KrzYTTT/ No.399879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399869
Isn't part of your face okay? Especially if you're that small? What, is your jaw small but very bearded?
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Molly Poshdidge - Thu, 18 Aug 2016 21:21:30 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.399880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399879
No, not very facial hairish at all. I have a strong jaw line I would say, but kinda sunken cheeks (I'm likely imagining this).

AND I have poofy brows and I duno anyone who can pluck them for me. Well maybe I do. I have nice brown hair and eyes.

I have a blood work appointment October 1st but I'm scared... let's just say someone very influential will not like it!
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Wesley Wandlestot - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 12:57:55 EST ID:vpXf6MJO No.399889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399880

Look up some eyebrow guides, it's not hard to learn!
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Phyllis Trotfield - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 08:46:50 EST ID:lGUlMhYR No.399917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
^^ agreed. I used the guide on virtual ffs (i'll leave a link) and I usually got compliments on my brows. It makes a definite improvement in facial femininity and can recommend. Kind of a pain when they're regrowings because it looks really bad, though. If you get on HRT some weight gain would probably put some pudge into your cheeks, plus side aaaaand i'd sacrifice a newborn to be as short as you xS if your shoulders are petite then ya got the heavenly duo.
http://www.virtualffs.co.uk/Eyebrows.html

as for the OP question, you could go as a blood-splattered schoolgirl and wear a surgical mask. It'd put off a very Corpse Party/Misao vibe. ooooor you could be a nursey-neko (i dunno if you already have the clothes though)


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