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Trans-friendly dating? by David Gedgeville - Mon, 21 Nov 2016 02:45:41 EST ID:BM1jfS/v No.401277 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are your dating lives like, /cd/? How do you find trans-friendly partners with ease?

I don't have much luck with OKC because nobody's interested and it seems like almost every trans/GQ person that I see on there is a Tumblrina bunself. And I've tried Tinder but the people who *do* like my profile are fucking terrible at chatting and our conversations are one-sided, even when my profile says that I'm okay with being just friends too. And I don't want to use a paid dating site unless

Feel free to talk about dating stories. :)b Crazy, successful, whatever kind that you're comfortable with.

Once I (a pre-op trans man) had a cishet guy tell me he was interested in me because I was so brave and confident about being openly trans... but then said that he only saw me as a girl and he asked if I would be his girlfriend! I have no idea how I didn't blow up at him for being a complete douche. He was in his late 30's and I'm only 24 so I wouldn't be interested anyway.
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Samuel Shakestone - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 12:01:05 EST ID:3FN4uvrr No.402148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402146
Thanks for the info. Gotta swipe 'em(right).
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Emma Gandernare - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 16:08:19 EST ID:3qYZsOHL No.402167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Every man who is interested in me quickly escalates to talking to me about how much he wants me to fuck his ass.

Every girl who shows an interest is morbidly obese and emotionally psychotic.

Every person who shows an interest in me wouldn't want their friends or family to know about me.

I feel disgusting and unlovable and I don't know why I don't just kill myself knowing that the most I'll ever be is someone's adventure.
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Martin Senningbury - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 17:30:32 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402167

Yep this definetly sounds like internet dating.
Have you tried going to a bar? is it the same?

I find people at bars to be a little better, or at least easier to size up at a bar.
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William Billerstock - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 23:40:04 EST ID:3qYZsOHL No.402170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402168
I've tried going to clubs/bars a few times, but the noise is often too much. It's not a "too loud and I'm old" thing, it's an "I get disoriented, can't think, and have to get away because of the anxiety" thing.

You're right in that the men are usually internet, but the obese crazy women are ones I meet in person.
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Nicholas Cerryneck - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 00:50:17 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402170

Fair enough

i know some people who have done the internet thing and are now in relationships... But they are cis. So just keep trying and something will come your way.


Informed Consent by George Cickletut - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 17:26:15 EST ID:/vIEViaE No.402127 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been self medding for over 2 years and just recently I've been having an issue with online orders and have been off hormones for about 3 weeks. I am considering finally seeing an endo about getting on hormones without having to go through a therapist, I've been wanting to do this for a long time anyways. I've tried Therapy before but it felt like a waste of time and money, the therapist wanted to focus on my anxiety and kept making my anxiety worse but treating anything I said and do as wrong. I have no interest in anxiety medication and want to tackle my anxiety on my own, so therapy is out of the question for me.
What are the odds my nearest endo will allow me to go on informed consent? I plan on explaining I've been self medding and that I would like to be on a prescription instead. Would like to hear personal experiences, please.
Being off hormones is not fun, especially since I've been passing and enjoying life much better, I don't want to revert that!

Sushi rolls are always relevant.
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Doris Drammerwill - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 17:39:43 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.402128 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402127
the entire point of informed consent is to bypass the gatekeeping system. you do not need your endos approval for it. you go to an informed consent clinic (eg howard brown in chicago), sign paperwork, and begin taking HRT.
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George Cickletut - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 17:41:54 EST ID:/vIEViaE No.402129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402128
I had no idea how that works, how do I find places like that in Detroit?
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George Cickletut - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 17:42:56 EST ID:/vIEViaE No.402130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402129
Crap I didn't want to send that because I wanted to add I've searched it before and doesn't give a clear list or anything.
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Caroline Crungerbirk - Tue, 31 Jan 2017 10:09:14 EST ID:/JeFNSlp No.402138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402127
Note if you get sort of fat on HRT and stop. Your body begins to metabolism the fat too put on releasing estrogen into your body. However there is a threshold where that tappers and the estrogen is reduced and testosterone begins to be produced again .

Its not exact science.
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Eugene Smallbury - Tue, 31 Jan 2017 17:17:44 EST ID:/vIEViaE No.402140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402138
My meds finally showed up today after a month and a half, I am so glad they showed up. I am going to stock pile a bit lol. I still plan on seeing an endo, but at-least I can at-least do that for blood levels if my nearest endo can't help me with getting on prescription.

I hardly gain fat, my metabolism has always been very high ever since I was a little one, even hormones can't change it. I've been able to gain enough fat over the past 2 years to feminine-shapen up my face a body a little bit. Gaining more weight is something I struggle with, and wish I had a bit lower metabolism, just to help breast growth a little more. Even eating a ton of carbs, a lot of pasta and rice isn't helping!


Lauren Southern changes sex to Male. by Doris Fevingsad - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 01:21:05 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402057 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I came across this video... (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7vHvclMgYI) somehow on youtube, In this video she said she is legally a man, i was like "no way". Lauren Southern is a Rebel Media Personality and she did a video to see how easy to was to have her sex changed legally which is here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGpZSefYvwM

It was incredibly easy. INCREDIBLY easy.

What are your thoughts on this?
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Edwin Hammerpotch - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 08:43:48 EST ID:vztj/lKp No.402077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402057
Wow, you are going to *freak* when you find out how easy it is to change your address with most organizations! They just take your word for it!
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Phyllis Brackleshaw - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 09:31:59 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402077

Consider me *freaked* indeed!

you mean you can just go on in to the government store and change yer dang ole address? well ill be, what has the world come to shuck em up!
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Fanny Nummleford - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 22:36:13 EST ID:RerwwPXT No.402111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402077
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Lydia Nallyfidge - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 04:12:57 EST ID:YaxJc097 No.402112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think it is great. People can identify whatever they want.
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George Cickletut - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 16:51:16 EST ID:/vIEViaE No.402126 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Lauren Southern never came off as a pleasant person to me. Her views toward trans-sexuals seems to be that we're mentally ill. Rebel Media is just a lot of left hate propaganda, which I don't see that as any better than the SJW types, who spew hate toward white people. Why watch BS like this.
Also, this is Canada, I wish it was this easier in the united states, hell some states don't even allow you to change your sex on id without getting it changed on birth cert, which requires proving your have gone through a sex change operation, if you have.
I'm glad for Ontario, they handle trans issues a lot better.


SRS and whatnot? by Charles Wocklehall - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 00:16:36 EST ID:xLrjuslx No.402099 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is this a good SRS result? I think it was performed by Mcginn?
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Phoebe Sedgehall - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 02:06:06 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402099

There has been lots of ftms on here lately, i kind of like that.
OP, i mean it looks alright? is that yours? I always thought transguys would get some kind of false testicles fashioned on and perhaps even reposition the clitoris a little higher because as it looks you can barely tell that the labia majora and the clitoris have been separated, it looks like an average transguy vagina to me but a little different at the same time.

Also if they did get SRS i wonder why they didnt go for the actual phalloplasty, it seems like an odd decision to be a FTM and still have your junk look like a vagina still.

>ass hair and inner thigh hair.
gross.
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Phoebe Sedgehall - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 03:29:59 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402103 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402102

that is what happens after a transman takes testosterone, their clit grows although not very big. I think they had surgery to make it appear more penis-like?
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Martha Tillingstone - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 02:11:22 EST ID:t+89h6M0 No.402204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402103
That's pretty poor form.


Doubts by Henry Tillingfoot - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 17:57:59 EST ID:2O29VvHq No.401686 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I transitioned 6 years ago, 3 years post op. Nobody ever told me how "hard" and confusing it is after you "completed" your journey.
Sometimes, I'm having doubts, like I was sure I wanted this before and I'm sure now, If I had to choose again, I would choose this, well, maybe without operation, srs results vary a lot and I don't think I was the luckiest one(That's a different story, but I will share if you want to know)
But I'm having doubts, like, I never was one of those people who played only with barbies when they were six, I played with all toys. Everything hit at puberty, but it took me like 4 years before I had a clue what might be wrong with me.
Like I know I'm not 100% female, I don't even think I can be. Some parts of me are male and always been that way. Can't do shit about that but I don't even think I want to. These parts are making me who I am.
But still, maybe I'm totally batshit crazy tranny, at least I think that way sometimes. That I'm something less that others MtF who just looked like they were born for this shit.

Do you experience something similar? What are your thoughts about these kind of things?

This doesn't have to do anything with my looks, when I care I want to fuck my mirror reflection, problem is, most of the time I don't give a shit about my looks.

pic related, I fucking love stock photos.
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Ian Sennerketch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 06:27:25 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.401973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401686
I don't think having doubts makes you not-trans. Don't worry. I think having doubts is normal. In the end there is no definitive 'mental gender'. It's just a decision about how you want to live your life. That archetypal tru-trans might not even really exist, and if they do then they might be just on another mental model of reality and themselves that avoids the kind of introspection you do. And as you seemed to hint at, there was no definitive "completion point". There's no one-size fits all mental experience and not being the ideal "trutrans" doesn't make you any less trans. Your decision or desire to transition and live as a girl makes you trans, nothing else.

Thanks for sharing your experience. I'm 2 years into transition and still not presenting female really so it's nice to hear from someone so far along.
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Shadowtrap aka HOOD BAMBIE - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 16:41:09 EST ID:O2KFFEiP No.402089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401973
The fuck is that pic all about. It looks like a watermelon made of cats being eaten by bird handed dog bitches. WTF really? Thats that shit I dont like.
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craniumgirl - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 22:28:27 EST ID:5pjVliFx No.402095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you are normal. its a normal realization that most trans have when they realize transition is a lie and you can never really pass and integrate as a woman. you will always be a transsexual male to people, never a woman. passing is a meme. transition is a meme. most of it is based on lies that are peddled in tranny forums by delusional trannies.

trannies do two things when they transition. The dumb ones decide not to think about passing and build themselves a delusional world where they pass. the more intelligent ones realize they don't pass and live in misery and depression and when in public, anxiety
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Phoebe Sedgehall - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 23:20:26 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402095

>the more intelligent ones realize they don't pass and live in misery and depression and when in public, anxiety

That reminds me of you!
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SRS research assistant - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 00:40:39 EST ID:ezmyLbyj No.404278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401686
Hey OP are you still around?

Can you tell me about your srs? Who did it and what it looks like?


Whattt by Doris Pittdale - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 03:48:46 EST ID:U6lYUO1A No.402073 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't want to offend anyone I just don't get some things about trans ppl and I genuinely want to understand it better. Can I ask u a serious question though? What is it that's so hard about being a man? What's so horrible about looking dressing and acting like a man? Wouldn't it seem like so much less trouble if you just simply existed like one? I understand you want ur body to match how u feel on the inside, but to me, the "outer layer" of paint doesn't matter much. You can put all sorts of different car bodies over an engine but at the end of the day its still the same engine. I like to think of the body as a vessel, a shell. Our souls are genderless. There's someone out there right now who is butt ugly but is a genuinely good person and they don't feel the need to radically change their body. Doing something like this to ur body just seems so frivolous to me knowing that my body and especially its youth, is temporary. If you feel a certain way inside, why can't you just find a way to express it through something else in ur life like art or whatever? Why is ur body the go to medium to make u feel whole? Doesn't that seem a bit self destructive?
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Hugh Chonningsot - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 04:53:20 EST ID:2ZOzcmzG No.402074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>What is it that's so hard about being a man? What's so horrible about looking dressing and acting like a man? Wouldn't it seem like so much less trouble if you just simply existed like one? I understand you want ur body to match how u feel on the inside, but to me, the "outer layer" of paint doesn't matter much.
It's more important to some people than it is to others and I think that's the very basic line here. A guy can go out in public with unkempt facial hair, a childish graphic tee and camo cargo shorts be as happy as a clam inside! But people are gonna look at and treat him differently than a clean cut guy in a suit. If that doesn't bother him its all good! But we're all inherently vain, at least a little bit and as social creatures how we're perceived and treated by others affects our behaviors, consciously or not, as an unavoidable fact grounded in evolutionary psychology. If someone dresses nicely because they like how it makes them feel, great! If it's for, say, a job, obviously the payoff and status is worth the effort. It doesn't automatically make him vain, or insincere in either case. It's really not too different. Why get a tattoo? Why cut your hair? Let's all stop showering because it's easier. The soul can't get physical dirt on it so who cares.

>Why is ur body the go to medium to make u feel whole
You're making an incorrect assumption here. I can't speak for everyone but when I started hormones I obviously cared where it took my appearance but the most important thing to me was how estrogen and the lack of testosterone affected my brain. You can hope and pray but none of us have a guarantee pass, but we're gonna do it anyway. Go in knowing what to look for and you'll find it. Even if we're spiritual creatures, finding that enlightenment is easier when mind and body are in alignment. People's comfort zones are different and sometimes you've got to experiment to find your zen... or to put it more scientifically, sometimes you just gotta put a little energy in, push yourself out of a local minimum, and burn off potential energy to find yourself in a more stable ground state.

But I'm…
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Phineas Curringweck - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 05:54:46 EST ID:ilZRwAuu No.402075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>What is it that's so hard about being a man?

Whoooooaaaaaa. They way others treat you. The way you look in the mirror. The way you're supposed to act. The fact that you're male.

Idk what to tell you dude. Being a girl is waaaaaaay better than being a guy. It just fits TONS better. Like a glove.

Are you a guy? Try being a girl for a while, see how that makes you feel. Just for science's sake.
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Phyllis Brackleshaw - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 07:34:42 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402074

>But I'm like 90% sure you're a troll.

I was thinking the same thing! i was thinking it was our friend from the other day.

>>401984 Read this thread OP. Have fun.
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Ernest Fenningfield - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 09:23:37 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.402078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402073
I clung to this kind of ascetic puritanism for a while when I was repressing. However, how you look/are gendered by others affects your experiences in life, and also to me being a girl is a very strong desire of mine, so why should I suppress my desires for the sake of some abstract value system? And you seem to think creating art is somehow better than modifying your body/transitioning?

Ultimately those moral values aren't really that important in the face of emotion and desire. People are happy by transitioning, so they do. Philosophizing in various ways about it is ephemeral.


So,why do YOU want to be a girl? by Nathaniel Suggleditch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 17:11:52 EST ID:N3Gv2cHE No.401984 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Discuss all the reasons!!! ^_^
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Hedda Suvingsodge - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 04:42:24 EST ID:b+8Ecgu5 No.402045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402044

So you have experienced buying a house, liver and lung disease, death, oh and not to mention working hard at something?

Ohhh.. so you're using the metaphor to relate to yourself as well. Just like the girl metaphor. It's delusion. ABC.. 123.. that's how easy delusion can be.
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Nigel Senningnare - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 04:50:44 EST ID:rSBuzl98 No.402046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402045

ok it's still me ^ I'm just on my phone. I give up on this place FOR NOW.. but I'll be back. In a few months at most, on the off chance I do start seeing the light somehow when I start doing more girl things. but if I am still of the opinion I am now I'll go right back to telling you all how delusional you are and that's most likely, like 99% chance of likely going to happen. ok good bye
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Drunk Onrum - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 04:53:01 EST ID:rLceFNPs No.402047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402046
Okee. Have a nice life, hope you get hit in an auto accident!
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Henry Sullyshit - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 05:19:15 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402046

Cya later! i had loads of fun today :)

Dont forget, the key is to be yourself!
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Sidney Siffingfuck - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 10:20:37 EST ID:iUd8d6A+ No.402049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Your age
23
>When you started HRT
I started around when I was 21, but had to stop due to losing my job and no real parental support :( Getting scheduled for an appointment to get back on soon tho
>When you knew you were trans
Tbh ever since my earliest memories I was the femmiest lil kid ever and Im honestly shocked that anyone was even a lil shocked when I came out. I was already wearing my hair super long and presenting as female and obsessing over how amazing trans women were way before I properly came out
>How you knew you were trans
Summarized in the above, Ive basically always been a girl in spirit and I envied gorgeous transwomen I saw online, so I followed suit
>How it is going so far
Pretty great, we all know how bad it can be so Im not gonna go into all the depression and lost relatives and getting fired etc we've all kinda experienced to some degree. Im even engaged to another transwoman my age with a similar life story, except her family is crazily supportive :) best wishes ladies :3


Drunk and wanted to say by Drunk Onrum - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 02:03:27 EST ID:eV/cHJ7p No.401780 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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About a year ago I shared my storey here and was told I probably just had a bad relationship with my father and wasn't trans. Just want to let yall (hopefully the person that tools me this) know, fixed that shit and would still rather be born a woman. I feel horrible and wrong all the time but my hair is being long and I'm happy about that but not the comments people make about it. I'm barrel chested and I work warehouse, my knuckles are thick and I punch hard. I've created a persona that passes perfectly as a man but it's a mask. I feel like is be just as aggressive as I normally am because being born a woman wouldn't have changed how I grew up. I learned from the street my whole life and some of my biggest role models are homeless. I just feel wrong as a male. Since I can remember. I'm 20 and this has been going on for a decade and a half and I've only amped up the male to try to drown it out. I can't transition for a lot of reasons right now and it hurts.

Sorry for the blog post. I love you all and hope to a god I don't even believe in that you are doing well, or at the very least you can fix what is keeping you sad. Thank you for reading, as reward here is an art I did.
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Hedda Suvingsodge - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 03:25:57 EST ID:b+8Ecgu5 No.402029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402024

I'm insufferable.

>>402027

Well, I'm not sure how this is related. Are you saying I am in the closet about being trans? It's a possibility. It's a greater possibility than me being a sperm whale, but let's make a key distinction here. If I AM trans, or ever become so, it doesn't mean I'm actually a girl. It just means I wish I was.. or that I would prefer to be. It doesn't mean that I am.

Now apply that to yourself.
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Drunk Onrum - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 03:32:48 EST ID:rLceFNPs No.402031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402029

No, it means your mental "self" is a woman. Clearly we have a philosophical difference on what makes a person a person. I'm a transwoman because since I can remember I have had dysphoria because my body has not ever lived up to the gut expectations I have of what my body should be. You're right, I'll never have a cisfemale body and can only alter the male body I was born with. Male is the key word. I was not born a man, my body was born male and my brain has been wired for woman. There's no wishing for shit here buddy, it's woman all the way down to my core, just not to the surface.
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Henry Sullyshit - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 03:33:24 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402029

This is just adorable! you remind me so much of craniumgirl.

you need to chill out, smoke some weed or something.
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Hedda Suvingsodge - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 04:05:20 EST ID:b+8Ecgu5 No.402039 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402031

Brain wiring actually exists right here in the physical realm and your brain has physical electronic impulses coming straight from your penis and going right up into your man brain. Yes clearly we do have a difference. To you, a sperm whale is a person. LOL.

>>402032

You actually seem like a fairly alright person if you would get over the fact that you're not a girl.
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Drunk Onrum - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 04:17:21 EST ID:rLceFNPs No.402042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402039
>a-a-all my logical fallacies are i-intentional guise

So the blue skies initiative Skylab had some of the best and most well funded minds discussing consiousness. They couldn't reach a unified consensus on it, why would I listen to your uneducated words?

You're fun in that, "Kid with a dunce cap tripping over a chair" kind of way lol.


Skull Analysis by craniumgirl - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 19:40:34 EST ID:5pjVliFx No.401814 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I got my skull measured. Here are the results. Pretty much what I expected. My head is average-leaning masculine. I have a relatively short midface (top of my nose bridge to my upper teeth basically) and small orbits. But these were my only true positives.

I have really wide cheekbones. And my cranial vault is fairly tall. My mandible isn't as wide as it could be, but its still quite strong and "long" in the sense of how far it protrudes ending at the chin (note: this is not to say I have a protrusive mandible in the sense of an underbite or something less than ideal, its actually very ideal, my face is just balanced to accomadated a strongly shaped jaw).

My mouth is also fairly large. Which isn't feminine. So althought I have a short midface, I have a larger mouth which means aesthetically, together with my cranial vault, I still have a pretty typically "long" face of a male compared to a females.

You can look at the results if you are curious.
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craniumgirl - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 18:51:14 EST ID:zD6JxD61 No.401953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401945
People will never not care. The imagine of a man trying to copy a women is viscerally disgusting to people
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craniumgirl - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 18:53:16 EST ID:zD6JxD61 No.401954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401945
>muh passing doesn't matter
>muh smash the gender binary !
No thanks. I like gender roles how they are just fine. In fact I find socieities break down of gender roles largely appalling.
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Ian Sennerketch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 06:35:35 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.401974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401954
I feel like being trans opposed to non-binary is just as reactionary as being gay opposed to trans.
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craniumgirl - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 10:33:03 EST ID:f5BMvqGr No.401979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401974
Im not "opposed" to anything. I just call it like I see it
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Nathaniel Suggleditch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 16:35:42 EST ID:N3Gv2cHE No.401980 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401945

Ok anon. I stated that by writing out long paragraphs about an anonymous person on the internet, you actually reveal more about yourself. It is hard to even understand the inner workings of people we have known irl for years, as the cranium is quite a complex place. To assume even then is often missing the mark. To assume in an area with so many missing variables, is complete delusion.

And though the second part of your post want addressed to me I'll take a moment and respond because it may be the only time I agree with you. We should simply allow people to express the gender that they feel they are, whether they pass or not. Others should simply use the correct pronouns and treat them in the way that they expect to be treated as that gender, even if they don't pass. I agree, it is very toxic.


Considering stopping transition by Thomas Bladgegold - Thu, 29 Dec 2016 15:08:52 EST ID:elj720lI No.401598 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi all. I'm about 3 months into HRT. I've noticed that I'm more comfortable with myself now and just generally happier.

However, I'm at the point of no return involving permanent changes by the HRT, and I don't think I can keep going. I've always felt I'll be socially happier as female, but I don't want to spend all my time worrying about passing and everything.

HRT lets me view maleness as it is-- there's nothing inherently wrong with it to me anymore. I could still be a cute femboy and probably be reasonably happy, if a bit too experimental with drugs.

I've looked at masectomy scars. and they're scary. If I somehow lose confidence like I do now further down the line, I'd be all scarred up.

Like, I was never happy as a male, but I'm still not amazingly happy. The world is the same, I can just express myself a little more freely. And people seem more drawn to my presence because I'm more confident in myself.

But. I look at pictures of cute male characters I like, and I think "wow I can still be like that if I stop now" whereas before I'd look at females and be like "wow I can be like that if I transition."

What's wrong with me, eh? Can anyone help? :/ I've known I was trans for years, but now that I'm transitioning, I don't know.
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Albert Brookhall - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 12:09:51 EST ID:jezGytv+ No.401753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401752
>Bicalutamide
Can it be prescribed in the United States?
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MarleyWarley - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 01:42:19 EST ID:I3iq55gU No.401854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401598
You was never trans to begin with
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John Cruvingman - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 19:42:06 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.401890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401854
What makes you say that? I feel infinitely better when taking steps forward in transition (ie HRT) and seeing the femininity in my face and such increase. Stopping the meds and giving up makes me feel awful and like I'm reverting back to the sheltered closeted me.
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Thomas Pollerwell - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 07:57:11 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.401931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401753
I dunno I self med and I don't live in the US.
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Clara Murdstone - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 21:03:06 EST ID:xPU30yn/ No.401959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401931
I have to see if I can get it.
I hate spironolactone.


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