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quick question by Thomas Gicklegold - Sun, 21 Jun 2015 18:22:38 EST ID:BIrDyitn No.389604 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Okay, i have an issue, my uh, erm, special friend, ran out of hormones and due to her family situation, she can't get anymore. Is there a reliable, non prescription way to get spironolactone and/or estradiol? with the former as the greater priority

every place i've found is either a scam or requires a doctor's note lol

pic entirely unrelated
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David Clankinbudge - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 13:10:12 EST ID:6rFpqmGs No.389642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
test
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Ernest Hizzlemock - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 15:15:33 EST ID:pKO/dHWD No.389649 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389604
>ran out of hormones and due to her family situation
How does that even happen? Im mean Im starting soon but I have a legit script.
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Albert Bardfoot - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 17:45:15 EST ID:euT7ajO7 No.389653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389649
Just speculating:

Family could have found the hormone stash, destroyed it.
Family could have tried to keep her at home, making her miss the appointments.
Her family could be too poor to afford all the visits and blood tests.
Her family could have transportations issues.

There are other ways to have issues with a legit script besides this, but these are the usual family-related ones.
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Ernest Hizzlemock - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 18:42:44 EST ID:pKO/dHWD No.389654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389653
>>389653

>Family could have found the hormone stash, destroyed it.
>Family could have tried to keep her at home, making her miss the appointments.

If OP is over 18 legal action is a possibility. If OP is over 21 legal action is a definite possibility in this scenario. As for the other two possibilities well not much you can do about that, except for find a clinic that provides these services.

But if my family tried someshit like that I'd have a lein on everything they owned faster than you could say lawyer. Ive been through too much shit for them to try that with me.
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Eugene Chimblesare - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 22:55:20 EST ID:4gafjxoG No.389661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389654

OP has probably just made the story up to get a hormone source because most of the trans community is against self medding.

because of her erm " special friend" makes it totally obvious that she isnt talking about herself at all.

There is nothing wrong with self medding OP, just dont go fucking crazy and go taking 8mg E and 800mg of spiro without a prescription alright? just take it easy till you do.


Sudden cold feet by Matilda Binnercocke - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 01:58:38 EST ID:itBvE/Qt No.389433 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So here I am two months in, and it's official. My booblets are now noticeable easily through a shirt and they look like really small boobs with my shirt off, not manboobs. Girlboobs.
And now, I'm getting cold feet. I don't mind them. In fact, I like them. I'm worried of other people now judging me, now that I can't necessarily hide it. I'm so afraid that it'll hurt my quality of life more than it'll help it. If I could just press a button and pass I'd do it in a fucking heartbeat but I'd press a button that just got rid of the dysphoria instead almost as fast
The thing is, I'm upper middle class, good looking, and am set for a bright future, but I'm worried that HRT would fuck it up. I'm worried that if I transitioned, I would no longer be considered good-looking, and I'd miss out on a bunch of benefits that that gives you in life.
In short, I'm just worried about fucking everything up with this, and I'm debating whether or the life bonus of living as a male is worth it
Also, the medical ramifications scare the shit out of me, is there any validity to them?
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David Fiffingcocke - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 11:58:02 EST ID:3s51Z7Hd No.389451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do what you want, rather than doing what will "make your life better".
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Henry Sublingstock - Sun, 21 Jun 2015 16:32:04 EST ID:7UL0Gh1L No.389596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>389434
>i think everyone hits these kinds of doubts about 2-3 months in.
What got you through the doubts and worries?

>>389439
>So what if you're upper middle class? I was pretty much in the same boat when starting transition and depressed as hell, now I'm poor as shit

Why the fuck are you poor as shit now? Did you get on drugs loose your job what the fuck? Were you living at home?

Im a full for living life to the fullest but why the fuck did you have to become poor shit to become the best you can be.
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Cyril Murdhall - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 08:25:52 EST ID:VOOvhXPh No.389636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389596
I'm poor as shit because I entered uni and refused help from my parents. Was living at home and was spoon fed a hell of a lot of stuff, but that didn't help with me. Nothing to do with transition, it's just I was a uni student and now I've entered the real world with very little support.

I know it'll be different than if you've earnt your way up, but unless you live in a state/country where it's legal to be fired for being trans, there's no way that you'll lose your job. Companies generally can't be arsed with lawsuits.

Also poor as shit because SMOKE WEED ERR'Y DAY but meh, I like drugs but finances have never been a problem, I just cut down on drugs if I'm a bit skint.
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Isabella Murdman - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 09:26:42 EST ID:NXpc0ASd No.389637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389636
We should be friends haha. Also, idk why your paying your student loans back if you're still at a striggling wage
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Ernest Hizzlemock - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 15:08:50 EST ID:pKO/dHWD No.389647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>389636
>I'm poor as shit because I entered uni and refused help from my parents.

So bascially youre an edgy little faggot who also happens to be retarded.

>Nothing to do with transition, it's just I was a uni student and now I've entered the real world with very little support.

Because you decided to alienate your family. Did you at least graduate?


Test by Nicholas Crenkinbanks - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 23:08:01 EST ID:S8K1mDr6 No.389485 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's your score, /cd/? 0/110 for me.
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Hugh Sungerbitch - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 01:25:25 EST ID:VxD7Tn2w No.389625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389624
WTF? How is that even conceivable? You said you're not in Toronto. You certainly weren't even particularly interested in what happens over there!
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Hamilton Nickledale - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 01:38:54 EST ID:+UBoXqVN No.389626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389625
>completely ignores the secondary response that suggest it happens in the states like it does Toronto.
K then.
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Hugh Sungerbitch - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 01:57:24 EST ID:VxD7Tn2w No.389627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389626
No, >>389598 still was about Toronto. I haven't heard of any other place that is so biased towards trans-support especially for fetishists.
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Hamilton Nickledale - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 11:32:22 EST ID:+UBoXqVN No.389638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389627
>>389621
OH sure is a strange short hand for toronto
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Edwin Duffingwater - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 12:13:30 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.389641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>389621
Ohio sucks. Don't move here.


Home Laser/IPL by Jack Sinkinville - Fri, 05 Jun 2015 16:02:39 EST ID:IupQVsQq No.388828 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone have firsthand experience with using home laser or IPL on their face? I'd like to know how well it works, how many sessions it took, what device you used, etc. Thanks.
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Phyllis Mubberbanks - Thu, 11 Jun 2015 16:08:14 EST ID:FN0XtPTO No.389080 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389074
That's true. I went to one in Glendale that was $20 per face session, and it wasn't great. However it was still "real laser" and maxed out around 20 J/cm^2. Like I said about the home IPL machine, its max is around 7.

My regular place does everything like a clinic rather than a salon. Very cautious and professional.
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Ian Fancocke - Mon, 15 Jun 2015 13:41:39 EST ID:JeAKn0+0 No.389270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How is buying an actual professional laser machine second-hand?

The IPL I had on my face professionally feels like a scam, I still have to shave just as frequently after handing over at least £700, that I remember
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Wesley Depperman - Sun, 21 Jun 2015 19:09:37 EST ID:a9JjOceJ No.389612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
do these home laser things work on brown skin?
are there any brown skinned people who post here?

everything you all are saying about them sounds good, but i don't wanna spend half a grand and then have it go to waste.
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Nigger Penningford - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 08:21:57 EST ID:zv4vXi+l No.389635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389612

Lasers and IPL work less well on darker skin because the pigments of the skin absorb the laser energy. Depending on how dark your skin is you may want to consider electrolysis instead.
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Sidney Clayforth - Wed, 24 Jun 2015 20:15:03 EST ID:a9JjOceJ No.389754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389635
right, I'm aware of that, which is why I'm asking.
There are laser clincs that have some type of laser specifically for dark-skinned people, that i'm aware of; but I'd like to get one of these things and do it myself.

I'm not super dark; I'd say I'm a caramel-ish color


Cheapest estrogenic? by Hugh Crerringsot - Wed, 13 May 2015 19:12:19 EST ID:kk3APSTm No.387800 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There's this weird confusing important stuff about hormones ... seems really in need of being figured out.

Okay, so, there constantly seem to be all those stories of hormones running out, or not even working in the first place. Even when they're expected to be not available, it still sounds like it hits like a brick out of nowhere. Like, massive amounts of progress, boom, down the drain. Or there's endocrinologists plopping their favourite oddball novelty drug at you, well, that was back when those were like the only types of people involved, before more and more people ended up hearing about this, and getting poised to get involved. And then you hear about it coming down to ... "autoorchiectonomy" ... ending up like some sort of massive test of determination ... what the fuck? Is that really so funny?

For certain reasons, HRT comes of as unimaginably weird to everyone. Seems rather bizarre why, I mean, it is done quite a lot. But the most famous type is with bodybuilders. That seems kind of interesting, how they don't insist on using a 100% ordinary equivalent, instead more like something cheaper, more digestible, or with less side effects, or just don't get so picky and just seem to take whatever is at hand(or legal). Or look at standard, post-menopause HRT, it normally uses premarin, synthesized or not, and that comes in much smaller doses, even though it contains lots of estriol - so outrageously weak it's really an anti-estrogen, but that's just to show the equinin in being strong enough to overpower all that estriol.

So that makes me wonder, what should be the cheapest, easiest hormone to take, aside from being hung up on the most default option. Especially if you couldn't get anything else, had to fall back on a backup one. Like, what would be the easiest synthesized one? I mean, there should be a whole ton to chose from, even if it's just a fraction of how many anabolics there are.
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Wesley Cullycocke - Thu, 11 Jun 2015 17:45:20 EST ID:xYBYL1S5 No.389087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>388145
>>388183
What the fuck is up with that whole bizarre attitude, acting as if any "insolence" to the pharmaceutical industry is psychotic and satanic?

How about fucking opening your eyes and paying attention! They fucking banned cyproterone! Where is the sense in that, they don't even accept your favorite AA in the US, and yet you slavishly cheer for them? WTF, why can't anyone be bothered to just LOOK and notice what's going on, they don't even want to sell you hormones, they want to sell you prozac. They want to sell you prozac, and zoloft, and dutasteride, and ritalin, and lithium and paxil!
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Nigel Favingcocke - Thu, 11 Jun 2015 21:58:13 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.389099 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>389087
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Phyllis Sibblepick - Sun, 21 Jun 2015 01:31:44 EST ID:2VyhUvdu No.389577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>388179
>>387800
Well, at least digging up some sort of cheaper alternative, or sourcing thousands of pills worth of estrogen in a vial then trying to figure out how many droplets to take at once would be one way to avoid the likes of CAMH, starving them of their guinea pig supply.

Particularly if you could hook up one or a few other local transpeople together with yourself.
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Matilda Suffingwell - Sun, 21 Jun 2015 06:17:25 EST ID:nWlik6r/ No.389585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>388191

I just realized that sign has to be photoshopped. There's no sensible reason that that sign would exist like that. lol
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Phineas Niggerfield - Sun, 21 Jun 2015 08:18:51 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.389586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>389585
Nah, I'm pretty sure it's legit. Trust me.


Confusing feels by Isabella Duckdale - Sat, 20 Jun 2015 01:55:26 EST ID:+UBoXqVN No.389542 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Confusing feels: I dont wanna masturbate because I hate touching my penis. But it has become more noticeable because I have a slight erection at the moment and that is the only real way to solve the problem.
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Thomas Blackwell - Sat, 20 Jun 2015 03:26:19 EST ID:XMvYThex No.389547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389543
you're disgusting

op, don't listen to this faggot

if you take whoremoans you shouldn't have erections anyway
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Isabella Duckdale - Sat, 20 Jun 2015 04:32:55 EST ID:+UBoXqVN No.389551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389547
I am on hormones and I still get errections. Less frequent and rarely have the urge to masturbate. I am only on the starting dose the legit doctors give.
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Charles Nobblesog - Sat, 20 Jun 2015 10:04:48 EST ID:839UxnGo No.389555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389546
it's not that bad once you learn how to clean it and can use a toy instead
feels better anyways imo
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Polly Bunnergold - Sat, 20 Jun 2015 10:09:47 EST ID:SaonF3yn No.389556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389542
flex and hold the big muscles in your thighs and bum, your body will think you're running from something and send the blood there instead of your schlong
source: me, having dealt with public boners throughout highschool
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Fanny Worthingwell - Sat, 20 Jun 2015 10:24:32 EST ID:UuUeHPQO No.389557 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Play with your nipples i came from that a moment ago. I am not on hrt yet. I never ever get erections n shit, so that might be the cause but feel free to try anyway


Since when was the trans folk/comunity co-opted? by Cedric Worthingstone - Fri, 12 Jun 2015 00:29:30 EST ID:wqflykZW No.389112 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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srly i wanna know, i do know hons have been here way before us, but come on, going full insane feminist or full public hon isnt helping the rest.
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Clara Bindletedging - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 23:49:53 EST ID:6az0ILjL No.389488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>389482

Just read about this today in some mainstream news feed.
We are totally fucked now... as if we weren't before.
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Hedda Blackfoot - Fri, 19 Jun 2015 02:06:42 EST ID:+UBoXqVN No.389500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389480
This has never been my culture though and it isnt now. I never considered myself genderfluid and Ive never demanded people check their pronouns(outside i think if some one is presenting as a women you should call them her or as a male him, its no big deal if one cant tell though). Ive never demanded people use genderless pronouns or even get that. I just believe I am a women and that is that. I will work my hardest to attempt to appear female with out drawing attention. I dont think its a problem society as a whole needs to take the mantle on, but I would like general respect and human kindness.
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Sophie Bevingbury - Fri, 19 Jun 2015 08:05:35 EST ID:7YLJU+tH No.389505 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389500
/truff
Also, hit 'um with a face full of...
"Dont judge a book by its cover" (or group by an individual, and visa versa) +all other iterations.
"Treat others as you'd wish to be treated"
and of course "pick on someone your own size"
. course if by that point they havnt been made the fool, fire off "I know ur momma/daddy taught you better".
If all else fails: defend yourself, then beet them into the pavement. Uttering afterward something akin to "Next time its a wheelchair!".
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Hedda Blackfoot - Fri, 19 Jun 2015 16:08:49 EST ID:+UBoXqVN No.389519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389505
this in no way relates to anything you are responding to.
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Cyril Heddlemotch - Sat, 20 Jun 2015 00:48:39 EST ID:nt3oe9EH No.389540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389519 lel were all fucking crazy


BRAINS by Jarvis Sockleshaw - Tue, 02 Jun 2015 23:03:54 EST ID:9kBiAwwh No.388589 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a question. Let me first preface it with saying that I'm not making any claims about transgenderism or insinuating anything. I'm simply asking a question that anyone is welcome to answer.

Let's say that you have a man who claims to be a woman who was born in a man's body. In what way is this person objectively female that is observable and can be measured?
If this male body has a 'female brain', that implies there are OBJECTIVE traits to female or male mentality. What are those?
How does this male body even know what it feels like to have a 'female brain'? How can anyone pretend to comprehend, regardless of gender, what someone elses mind feels like?
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Phineas Hishnere - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 12:56:28 EST ID:/k20Rn0+ No.389453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389447
Your pretty much saying fuck anthropology and refuse to even think about the causal relation between societal roles of men and women. I bet. I bet, that in a distant past when women were the primary hunters and the alphas, transgender females made close bonds with their female counter parts in a way that the men could not do although they could still hunt. Also there are pretty specific examples of gender ide.tities and the animals who chose to be the other gender. Out of choice and not out of the neccesity of survival, when all the other prehistoric duckies were making hot duck sex a couple of the ducks refused to play the vital mating role they were given and died out probably :/ god dammit duck
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Phineas Hishnere - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 13:05:53 EST ID:/k20Rn0+ No.389454 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389446
>There is body-mapping shit related to functional assymetry of the brain, first discovered by Bukhanovsk

Why can't you accept the natal development & hormone theories. I understand why you are affectatious about it though. Why can't you just be happy that the universe created beautiful trans women. It just seems obvious to believe that hormonal development is the cause because its not a choice and if it is a choice it is a pretty sucky one with lots of struggles and nobody to protect or love you qq
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Barnaby Hubberfon - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 13:37:03 EST ID:2GLktdpk No.389455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389447
Is the behavior of gorillas also culturally conditioned?
Because I see differences between the males and females.
Also nice ad hominem, now I'm somehow the idiot.
Please, go up to the next man and tell him there is no difference between him and women once sexual organs and characteristics are out of the picture. Maybe be can tell you.
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Phineas Hishnere - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 14:17:48 EST ID:/k20Rn0+ No.389462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389455
Lol don't be mad! I'm an english person not the sciences. I could very well be wrong and my life would totally be the same
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Phineas Hishnere - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 14:20:07 EST ID:/k20Rn0+ No.389463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389455
He would probably be like wtf who are you and beat me up like cena proly


Biologically impossible by William Broddletut - Mon, 15 Jun 2015 12:18:59 EST ID:LtXNXLLo No.389267 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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(CNSNews.com) -- Dr. Paul R. McHugh, the former psychiatrist-in-chief for Johns Hopkins Hospital and its current Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry, said that transgenderism is a “mental disorder” that merits treatment, that sex change is “biologically impossible,” and that people who promote sexual reassignment surgery are collaborating with and promoting a mental disorder.


http://cnsnews.com/news/article/michael-w-chapman/johns-hopkins-psychiatrist-transgender-mental-disorder-sex-change
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Clara Clezzleworth - Wed, 17 Jun 2015 13:07:59 EST ID:66TsIGWi No.389377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389339
>Implying if even half of the medical community is just rolling with it that doesn't leave way more doctors supporting it than this one guy.
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Jack Goshnon - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 02:17:04 EST ID:28vs8FH6 No.389435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389377
I think you're over estimating how many doctors actually support this. In most countries most doctors are not willing to go fourth with hrt treatment for transsexuals without enough proof that they will benefit from it and some just won't prescribe hrt period.

Why do you think the majority of trans people diy hrt? I can tell you it's not just because it's cheaper.
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Lillian Benkinfuck - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 02:43:56 EST ID:66TsIGWi No.389438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389435
First of all you have to exclude the non west when it comes to this shit because there are way too many under qualified doctors outside of the west. Secondly in the west most trans people do not actually DIY. Also doctors are not supposed to treat trans people without proof it will benefit them anywhere period. Read the DSM.
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Sophie Drapperpatch - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 03:13:11 EST ID:OOTVrZWM No.389442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389267
So, some kind of dude who was too busy lickinging other's asses working with patients, getting the "Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry" title, to get a look at Pubmed or any modern sociology of science book, decides that his OPINION on a topic unrelated to his line of work is important enough to be heard.
>Dr. McHugh also reported that there are “misguided doctors”
"I'm surrounded by idiots, I'm the only one standing in a white coat, clever and beautiul!"
>>389289
Yeah, I do. WANNA MEASURE CREDENTIALS?!
I don't.
>>389290
Oh, so you're also one of THOSE people who believe that emotions are somehow "lesser" form of thinking just because they aren't based on ion autowaves.
Will you argue this?!
Okay, next one.
>>389438
So, your logic behind excluding countries outside of your Cloudstallionooland is some trashy book written by doctors of Cloudstallionooland?
Don't you get some circular feeling from this?
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Matilda Gidgedock - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 10:30:21 EST ID:nkMSfYEw No.389450 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389267
>Dr. Paul McHugh ("Transgender surgery isnt the solution) writes about the study at Johns Hopkins in the 1970s showing poor outcomes from transgender surgeries, leading to McHugh shutting down Johns Hopkins transgender program in 1979, and the US Department of Health and Human Services declaring transgender surgery experimental, and therefore not covered. Two weeks ago, HHS reversed its 1981 decision, and removed transgender health exclusions from Medicare. McHugh seems unaware of the work in transgender health in these last 30 years that led to this reversal by HHS.

>McHugh does cite one study from 2011, by Cecilia Dhejne, MD and colleagues at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. However, he misunderstands Dr. Dhejnes work. In the paper, Dr. Dhejne states that the study was not designed to draw conclusions on the efficacy of transgender surgeries, yet McHugh does exactly that. A closer reading of the paper shows that the increased mortality is in those who had surgery before 1989, and that mortality in trans people after 1989 is not statistically different from the general population. A recently published paper by Dr. Dhejne and colleagues shows that the regret rate for those having surgery from 2001-2010 is only 0.3%. Dr. Dhejnes work shows that outcomes for transgender surgery have improved tremendously in the past 30 years, which supports the HHS decision to remove trans exclusions.

http://www.wpath.org/site_page.cfm?pk_association_webpage_menu=1635&pk_association_webpage=4905


AMERICAN REFLEXXX by Lydia Supperstedge - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 20:52:01 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.386908 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Thoughts/opinions on American Reflexxx?

https://www.vice.com/read/myrtle-beach-is-a-frightening-hateful-place-in-american-reflexxx-456

>dat fearful herd mentality
>dat fat little white girl and her stampeding mother
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Cedric Worthingstone - Thu, 11 Jun 2015 22:34:15 EST ID:wqflykZW No.389102 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>387061
^This
everybody shut up and listend to this nigga right here

^__^
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Nigel Favingcocke - Thu, 11 Jun 2015 23:09:39 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.389103 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389102
You bumped this thread just to post that? What the fuck?

nb
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Nigel Favingcocke - Thu, 11 Jun 2015 23:22:36 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.389104 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>387068
Man, though, this comment really annoys me. As if we should bend over and ask for more, instead of standing up and not taking any shit.
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Clara Crebberkere - Wed, 17 Jun 2015 11:47:26 EST ID:Ap65hFgg No.389369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389102
haha woo thanks =P

^_^

not nb for no reason lol
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Barnaby Pondleway - Wed, 17 Jun 2015 12:42:42 EST ID:solGjSOU No.389376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>386912
im down, lmao fuck this shit!!


Buying hormones online is painful. by Lydia Brundlechodging - Mon, 15 Jun 2015 15:27:18 EST ID:Rl9tn1y1 No.389274 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>finally work up the nerve and surpress my inner hooknose long enough to order HRT through IHP
>get a notification a day or so later informing me that my bank blocked the transaction because it's processed in NZ
>my fucking face

Looking through IHP's FAQ, they more or less don't accept any kind of remotely convenient payment methods, i.e. PayPal, prepaid debit cards, etc., so looks like they're out. I've been wanting to avoid AllDayChemist, because it just seems the more... I guess shady of the two? That and the shipping is pretty ridiculous. But I could save money by ordering in bulk, so that's nice.

Having said that, they're pretty ambiguous on their website about what payment methods they accept; for instance, while answering a question about your CVV number, they bring up both Visa and MasterCard, but never state if they take MasterCard or not. They also don't say shit about PayPal or prepaid debit cards.

For someone that already has no idea what they're doing (all of my online purchases came from fucking Amazon and Newegg, and that was exceptionally painless and without complication), this is pretty annoying.

If anyone has any experience buying through AllDayChemist, especially when using MasterCard or a prepaid debit card or something similar, I'd love to hear how it worked for you. I'm pretty disheartened that IHP is a bust, but AllDayChemist might be my saving grace...assuming I'm even able to buy from there, of course.
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Barnaby Begglewotch - Wed, 17 Jun 2015 04:27:32 EST ID:xLrjuslx No.389359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389285
Australian here. When I first started I payed with prepaid VISA cards I bought from the post office.
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Barnaby Begglewotch - Wed, 17 Jun 2015 04:29:18 EST ID:xLrjuslx No.389360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389359
Also, whenever I buy from ADC (I buy Dutas from there), I use Entropay, tbh.
It's an online visa, though it takes a 5% fee when adding money to it.


ADC has multiple stories of credit card details being stolen, so I don't trust them too much.
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Clara Crebberkere - Wed, 17 Jun 2015 11:52:20 EST ID:Ap65hFgg No.389370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I use inhouse still.

My card stopped working.

I do a walmart moneygram. Most painless way I've figured out. You can email them for instructions.

I usually call to set up the order, figure out how much I need to send, etc, they put it on hold(or I could just make a cart and see but I like to do it like this to be safe lol), email them or they will send an email with the instructions, who/where you send the money to, some place in Vanuatu I believe lol it's been a sec but time for me to order again, go fill out the walmart moneygram thing, send it, they get, they ship, they've always been super helpful and things have gone well. I don't even have to enter the information anymore at walmart, they look it up under my phone number or something. Yep. =)
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Clara Crebberkere - Wed, 17 Jun 2015 11:52:53 EST ID:Ap65hFgg No.389371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389370
posting because I didn't mean to nb that lol
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Nigger Buddledale - Wed, 17 Jun 2015 12:02:00 EST ID:rV/50qGB No.389374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389321

Visa.


partner in transition by Cornelius Bridgewell - Mon, 15 Jun 2015 22:11:49 EST ID:5jed+NsW No.389284 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been in a relationship with my partner for going on 6 years now, when I met her she was presenting as male and had been born male, but was always very feminine. Shortly after we met she slowly transitioned into a genderfluid identity, and after several years of dysphoria and introspection has come to the decision that it would be unbearable to age without proper hrt's and has come out at work. As a self identifying lesbian, I've always been supportive and gracious to have such a complex and beautiful person to love in my life, and I'm excited to be there for her through her transition. The only thing is, I'm having trouble being "too" supportive and giving off unwarranted attention. I'm just not sure how to balance the "holy shit you are such an incredible woman, let me smother you with my face/body" and "holy shit I feel horrible because it's really kind of terrible to bring unwanted attention to your struggle". I guess I'm just looking for some guidance from a personal outside perspective? If any of yall ladies are gay, how would you want your girlfriend to act in this situation, how much is too much, did your girlfriend do anything that you thought was super great that you could pass along? I just feel really gross thinking about treating her in anyway that could make her more self conscious and I don't really have anyone to ask. Any 2 cents would be much appreciated.
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Priscilla Blallygold - Mon, 15 Jun 2015 22:37:18 EST ID:boL5GKr8 No.389287 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Talk to her. No one else can tell you what would make her most comfortable.
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Cornelius Bridgewell - Mon, 15 Jun 2015 22:47:25 EST ID:5jed+NsW No.389288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389287
I tried but it's hard for her. I'm not expecting anyone to tell me what's right for her but just to give me a perspective other than my own because I can only imagine how she's feeling, there's no way for me to know. She really just doesn't have an easy time communicating her feelings in general, so such a deep personal and sensitive topic is especially hard. It's part of the reason why I'm looking for some guidance because I want to handle this the best possible way I can.
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Jack Nabberlare - Tue, 16 Jun 2015 08:01:48 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.389315 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389288
its best to just avoid referring to gender too much in a way that requires a response
its awkward presenting male already, dont overdo it (you know this)
just avoiding male pronouns etc would help, you probably are doing this
otherwise you dont need to reference it too much until shes worthy of the words
hope that helps
or makes sense, cause lord typing is hard
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Graham Hablingseck - Tue, 16 Jun 2015 11:37:55 EST ID:7xuOCCgG No.389320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
-let her know that you're supportive and there for her for any of this
-let her bring it up when she wants to bring it up.

but don't push . . . personally, i hate talking about trans shit with partners. sometimes late at night in bed or w/e, ill let some of my feelings on it slip loose; but i'm happiest when both of us are going on with our lives and the whole thing is just treated as something rather irrelevant/ignored.
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Cornelius Bridgewell - Tue, 16 Jun 2015 16:54:20 EST ID:5jed+NsW No.389326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>389315
>>389320
thank you, that definitely helps


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