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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.


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