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Destroy the Y Chromosome by Ernest Drungerkutch - Sat, 06 Dec 2014 17:45:42 EST ID:hcW2715Y No.381410 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.nbcnews.com/health/mens-health/y-quit-smoking-destroys-male-chromosome-n261746

If I destroy my Y Chromosome can I become a girl? I forget how this works.
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Jenny Drusslelock - Sat, 06 Dec 2014 22:03:05 EST ID:a0e0Okad No.381415 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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But then you'd be missing a couple chromosomes.
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William Poffingwater - Sat, 06 Dec 2014 23:07:34 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.381416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381410
This posted again? It's only in some cells.
Try the next life, or transition.
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William Poffingwater - Sat, 06 Dec 2014 23:10:13 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.381417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381416
also smoking on hormones is bad
nb
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John Chebberfedging - Sat, 06 Dec 2014 23:46:58 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.381420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>381410
See
>>381380
>>381380
>>381380
>>381380

It's literally right on the fucking front page, why would you make a new thread.
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Reuben Suddleway - Wed, 24 Dec 2014 14:09:36 EST ID:7QyOnQEq No.381963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>missing Y-chromosome from their red blood cells
Wow. In comparison to all that enormous pool of (almost)ZERO men who have Y-chomosome in their red blood cells.


Helping a friend by Thomas Trotham - Sun, 14 Dec 2014 15:39:18 EST ID:gSDl6BWp No.381714 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A very good e-friend of mine is a transgender, she recently shared the fact with me. I'm totally new to the whole deal, but I want to help her as much as possible. She is really troubled and feels lonely, what can I do to make her feel better about herself and get a more positive view on life's prospects?
I am not entirely sure if I should make a post like this here but I have no idea of any good places where I can ask those kind of questions.
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John Penningtod - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 02:25:48 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.381722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Treat her normally
offer her support
buy her surgery
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Jack Hallerdirk - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 19:06:34 EST ID:KyRaH8Ya No.381739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381722

>buy her surgery

kek
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Reuben Suddleway - Wed, 24 Dec 2014 13:57:09 EST ID:7QyOnQEq No.381962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Usually there are more problems to life than dysphoria and everything, and even if those problems take up a lot of her mental space, there is pretty much nothing you can do. So, it's better to focus on things like overall confidence in appearance and study/work/retirement issues and relationships with RL and Internet friends.
As a rule, if you're positive, you are positive and vice versa.


incessant bitch thread by Hannah Henderbick - Mon, 22 Dec 2014 21:42:26 EST ID:YKuEmA1Y No.381939 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i hate having this big fucking dangly lump of meat and whatnot bouncing around my legs. every pair of pants i wear comes with a swinging metronome of hey look at me i'm some dick. don't even get me started about dresses or anything tight omfg

that is all please go about your business
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Doris Bleddlefield - Mon, 22 Dec 2014 23:50:40 EST ID:JGIy6T4F No.381940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Idgaf. Penises are the least important thing for quality of life
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Eugene Claylock - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 14:24:48 EST ID:Io2EZY6T No.381943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381939
>dangly
>bouncing
>swinging metronome
Dude... it's called tucking.
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Lillian Claybury - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 16:15:25 EST ID:4lPg7u+s No.381944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381943

aye. Maybe they have a ridiculously huge dick
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Cedric Bommerback - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 23:29:12 EST ID:A/lpQXM1 No.381951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>381939
Cut your balls off lol
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Cornelius Murdlock - Wed, 24 Dec 2014 05:11:18 EST ID:ELWaMopj No.381955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381943
>>381944

Not op but I have a big package still after 2++ years on hrt. My levels are all normal, no random boners or morning wood. I can't wear pants w/o at least 2 layers of spanx + 1-2 pair of panties. Having layers shows through tight pants. being f/t for 2 years, I cant stand tucking anymore. I passed even before hrt so having a cock & balls is that one last insult. I just want it gone.


Increased HRT dosage. DISO: Boobs by Hannah Chumblebudging - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 14:19:24 EST ID:Xh+pcxtn No.381894 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So my doc just increased my estradiol dosage. Doubled it, in fact, from 3-6mg. How long should I expect before noticing any effects from the increase, specifically in boob/butt department (I need all the help I can get)? It took a good month for me to begin noticing anything when I initially started about 9 months ago, but now my body is already (or should be) full of female hormones--I'm just going to be getting more of them. Does that make any difference in the timeline?
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Wesley Gooddock - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 22:11:47 EST ID:Kcc8+NZ7 No.381901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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From my own observation, individual people's bodies respond very differently to hormones, so I'm not sure you could get an accurate answer as for your own timeline. For example: genetically, my entire family is skeletons, myself included - we're just not inclined to store fat. So I've only gained about 1 pound (maybe not even that) since I first started hormones 3 months ago. I've been eating triple my total daily expenditure of calories, and yet I constantly weigh in at only 110lbs (I'm 5'6"). I've given up on things improving, and I'm pretty much living off of emotional inertia right now. When I run out of momentum, I'll very likely end up killing myself.

Point is, it's extremely different for everyone. The increase in dosage might accelerate development for you, or it might do nothing at all. If you want to get an estimate though, you could try talking to the doctor that's prescribing you the hormones.
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Molly Brookfuck - Sun, 21 Dec 2014 05:14:20 EST ID:jBeeWGYC No.381902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381901
3 months is really no time at all for anything to happen.

>381894
you're 9 months in.....
thats not along time.
but I would just get a blood test and compare the before and after
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Sidney Trotman - Sun, 21 Dec 2014 05:26:36 EST ID:+SRNfON3 No.381903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381901
Seriously, you haven't been on hormones long at all to be leaping to that kind of conclusion. What you and OP don't yet realize is that the real effects of your transition will be seen YEARS down the line. Mentally and physically, you're not in a position of being comfortable yet. But in 3 or 4 years time you'll see how different you are. It is NOT a 4 month or 9 month process, but one MUCH longer.
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Graham Paddledock - Mon, 22 Dec 2014 05:57:44 EST ID:zpHJ53kt No.381930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381894

how long does it take you to notice a difference? you tell me. One day i woke up (about 1 and a half years in) and was like "woah i have girly thighs and bum".
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Priscilla Musslecocke - Mon, 22 Dec 2014 14:42:40 EST ID:Xh+pcxtn No.381936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381930
I guess I'm just trying to figure out if the onset of effects of hormones are greater if you've already been on them and then up your dosage, or if you're just taking them for the first time.


Prescription For HRT Online? by Charles Wummersuck - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 05:25:28 EST ID:QO1UgWlp No.381878 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What sites allow you to order meds for MtF meds WITHOUT a prescription?

I've read a lot of inconsistent things on which sites do not require one, and want to clear it up. I also am looking for the most cost effective site, as I don't want to go too broke from ordering them.

I'm finally able to go forward with my transition. Any help is appreciated!
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Emma Goodwell - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 08:09:58 EST ID:Ut7wELB/ No.381887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381878

ALL sites require a prescription, online pharmacies are required to ask for prescription when selling prescription drugs. however some sites are just too lazy to chase you around and some sites just like milking the trans community.

So Lurk Moar, Lurk more than 5 minutes, and you'll figure it out.
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Fuck Babblewodging - Sun, 21 Dec 2014 18:47:58 EST ID:PBJaYQID No.381920 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381887
I personally am worried ill get rippe off by a site, it'd help to know of one that has a person not on their site backing it
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Doris Pockridge - Sun, 21 Dec 2014 20:22:09 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.381921 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381920
inhouse (vu site)
qhi
allday chemist
those are ones i know work
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Graham Paddledock - Mon, 22 Dec 2014 05:54:30 EST ID:zpHJ53kt No.381929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381920

If you ever think a site is a scam use safeorscam.
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Matilda Duckfoot - Mon, 22 Dec 2014 14:00:47 EST ID:ADmlvLut No.381934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Qhi.co.uk


Based trap by Simon Blimmerhore - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 09:37:12 EST ID:qNYt1G+G No.381891 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you know about the PartialAutist trap?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3iap4yJUVM
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Esther Lightshit - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 15:41:50 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.381895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381891
rofl that was retarded


Corsets/Waist training by Cyril Fuckingfoot - Sun, 23 Nov 2014 03:46:17 EST ID:wSz8cwam No.380993 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm 9 months on hrt, and I have absolutely no waist whatsoever.
I want create one via usage of a corset.
what do I need to know, what should I be looking for, how much am I going to need to spend, is there anything anyone else recommends, etc etc

a noteworthy waist will make up for my lack of hips and breast
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Martin Chiddleshit - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 12:26:16 EST ID:e3iWttpq No.381872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381871
fat grafts or hip implants would give the illusion of a smaller waist.
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Samuel Nonderhall - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 13:08:06 EST ID:YjqNPrq+ No.381873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381872
well, there are like ribs removal surgery, and fat liposactions
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Simon Birringstone - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 05:53:13 EST ID:s5AV9Dcp No.381879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381867
23 hours a day for what length of time though?
Does it not eventually change the body?
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Esther Lightshit - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 06:50:24 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.381884 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381879
For forever.. If you stop wearing them, your body will go back to the way it was before..
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Simon Turveyshit - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 06:55:29 EST ID:dXjxYlXV No.381885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381884
From what I've heard most of it will indeed revert (slowly), but some changes are permanent eventually. After a year some changes are supposedly permanent.


Testosterone levels post-op? by Thomas Drottingsere - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 20:03:00 EST ID:kbhwxnNd No.381859 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I had an orchiectomy a few months ago, and that's nice, but still something has been making me paranoid. I expected that the removal of the testes would mean I wouldn't have to take anti-androgens anymore, but apparently I may be wrong?

I've been reading some stories around about adrenal androgens ramping up post-op, to a point where some people even masculinize after surgery. Now, these instances may be rarer than they look, but the idea of this happening to me has freaked me out, to the point I've still been taking Spiro even though I'd rather be without it...

Is anyone here post-op? Anyone have any experiences? My doctors did blood tests two weeks after surgery and things looked fine, but... Still worried.
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Barnaby Pozzlestick - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 20:44:13 EST ID:7YPMz8WU No.381860 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381859
If your hormone levels look right, you should be fine. I had the same concern until I saw my tests results say that was close to nil testosterone in my system.
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Thomas Drottingsere - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 03:52:57 EST ID:kbhwxnNd No.381864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381860
Thank you for replying.

If I may ask, have you now dropped Spiro? Also, how long ago was your surgery? Have you had any hormonal changes since then?

Sorry to be so annoying, but this has just all left me very anxious the last few days, and my next endo appointment is a month away so getting a blood test order is out of the question for now...
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Reuben Choblingspear - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 04:24:18 EST ID:qYWiq64t No.381865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381859
there is a pretty easy rule for that:
if you have been tkaing aa for a short time before surgery you should continue them if needed for maybe 2-3 months or something if your bloodtest comes back high T.
Thats extremely rare though. and basically doesnt happen with most decent surgeon at all. I suggest playing the lottery if this happens to you.

Now lets assume you had extremely bad luck in this case and this happens to you: rather sooner than later, your T level WILL drop to the lowest possible point (natal females have 40-90, you will have around 15 of I forgot the unit. males have 300-700) mor or less. It is literally impossible to have less T in your blood.

What happens if your T level rise after op?

They rise immediately or in a very short time, due to it being a direct reaction of your body to the unusual drop of T levels. If after two weeks you do not have high T, its practcally impossible. My doctors didnt even test me for that initially . they just tested my liver like 3,5 months after the surgery because I was swallowing fucktons of meds.
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Albert Sicklenidge - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 17:06:30 EST ID:0Q1sfDP1 No.381874 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381865
I think the roof of T for women is actually something like 60, not 90. But anyway...

Finally got a test script from my doctor (called it in) so there's that. Just been especially paranoid since last week I did a trial of just one 100mg pill a day and I swear my passing voice has dropped slightly since then. May be my OCD though... I don't know if adrenal androgens would rebound that quickly or aggressively anyway. I hope not...

Thanks again for the responses everyone.


Friendly places by Shitting Bammerket - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 14:44:28 EST ID:fJV1jKjm No.381811 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is the friendliest country to transgender folk? I heard it is Portugal.
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Priscilla Lighthood - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 02:35:39 EST ID:gQCLDW3C No.381836 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381811
the only places where you wont get shit are antarctica and the moon
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Edward Chibberwire - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 12:18:29 EST ID:D0apJWhd No.381845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>381836
And Mars


Türkiye LGBTİ Birliği by Cedric Cleppertidge - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 20:39:55 EST ID:W1j90CaA No.381822 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A new umbrella organization has been established to fight homophobia and transphobia in Turkey, the Islamic country that straddles Europe and Asia, reports GayAsiaNews.com

In existence less than two months, Turkey LGBTI Union was created in order to ensure unity and solidarity among LGBTI groups, LGBTI Web sites and LGBTI organizations, Burçin Bordanacı of the Turkey LGBTI Union told GayAsiaNews.com by email.

“Because Turkey is an Islamic country, although not in the same league as Saudi Arabia, Syria and Iraq in its vehemently anti-LGBTI stance, there is still need for togetherness and solidarity among LGBTI groups to counter the homophobia and transphobia that exists in Turkey,” Bordanacı said.

Currently, Turkey LGBTI Union has three LGBT organizations and three LGBTI Web sites that have become members stated Bordanacı.

Turkey LGBTI Union "Türkiye LGBTİ Birliği" is based in the Turkish capital of Ankara and has its own website (http://lgbti.org/). It is founded by a gay activist Nikopol who was also instrumental in forming an LGBTI community/club in Turkey in 2006, Bordanacı said.
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Nigel Wuckleban - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 01:42:47 EST ID:Y904Sm6G No.381833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Aren't muslims A-OK with transfolk, though? There's a fatwa about it.
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Priscilla Lighthood - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 02:28:20 EST ID:gQCLDW3C No.381835 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381833
only they lot that follow Ayatollah
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Lillian Hodgebanks - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 14:36:10 EST ID:rSUe/Svf No.381853 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381833
It's only Iran as far as I know.
Islam isn't like catholicism where the pope says something is true and everyone has to follow it, fatwa is more like an opinion of someone who knows their shit. You can get two different fatwas from two different people that would be conflicting and you can believe what you want. It's possible there's another one saying transition is wrong, I don't know about anything like that though.
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Jarvis Budgehedge - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 18:07:17 EST ID:eH2eOIrR No.381875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381833

Depends on the mosque, as someone has already said, its not like catholisism, islam is very community focused and generally follow their sheikh' interpretation of the qu'ran.


Should I transition or not? by Graham Docklefoot - Sat, 06 Dec 2014 20:19:41 EST ID:iMoo1+Ak No.381412 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm not really transgender and I never wanted to be a woman because I think they are ugly, I'm just a gay boy and I'm thinking about transitioning because nobody likes gay boys. I don't really enjoy being gay because it is ego dystonic to me, so if I became a woman I would not be gay anymore and I could have piece of mind. Tell what you think.
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Wesley Sogglefodge - Wed, 10 Dec 2014 03:04:24 EST ID:sdSF0g6k No.381556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381550

I might disagree.
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Sophie Niggergold - Sun, 14 Dec 2014 03:49:46 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.381700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Comment>>381412

Even if you transitioned to look female, you would still be a gay boy.
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Faggy Niggerman - Sun, 14 Dec 2014 09:17:24 EST ID:A/lpQXM1 No.381705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381540
Then don't put your previous name down. There's no way they can find your previous name doing a background check. When you change your name they wipe your dmv records for trans people so there is no criminal record to link your current name with the past name. Atleast that's how it works in california. Also my dad is a head guy in a company and he hires a lot of people so he requests background checks all the time and typically he says that most companies if they even do background checks only look into your criminal records if you even have any. And they do this by asking for your fingerprint or ask you to go to a place that does background checks and then you tell them where you got it and they check it out.
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Emma Soddledadging - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 00:33:09 EST ID:RnQKhr1e No.381792 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381412
You are crazy.
The general rule of thumb in life is don't take drugs. That includes hormones ect. That is kinda a good safety feature on life. When you don't do drugs you can join all types of groups and get into all different types of things without fucking up your life to badly. Taking drugs is sorta like jailbreaking your iphone, you can do it with cool results but if you are doing it because you just want something different you are bound to fuck it up. Unless you really want to transition because of a feelings that is strong enough to convince the Iranian supreme leader that you are acually in the wrong body then yeah go for it, otherwise stay away from hormones. They will seriously fuck you up.
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Albert Sembleshaw - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 01:09:59 EST ID:rUI8XJ5W No.381797 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381412
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gay_affirmative_psychotherapy

go get the dick


sigh, here we go by Isabella Bommerkot - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 03:14:35 EST ID:08WW8EPK No.381723 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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3 years on hormones and i can only barely pass. occasionally.
a combination of really marked male facial features that starting by 18 didnt really help, shaving always leaving a shadow, small breast development (and perma cone boob), a very wide torso, skinny legs, broad shoulders and being just under six feet has made all of my efforts seem meaningless
I've been working at my voice for three year-its not that.
I have a professional hair cut, good fashion, excellent gait and posture, and have been using makeup sine before i transitioned

its just starting to feel hopeless. at most sometimes i can combine hip and but padding with a corset and mastectomy bra and people might not notice at first, but anyone who sees me without all this bullshit wouldn't even know ive been on hrt.

i am saving for ffs, but would it even be worth it?
its been a long time since anyone has spoken to me
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Wesley Pummerbodge - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 15:22:50 EST ID:978Ot0cF No.381733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381731
Urgh. This is, like, my worst fear. FFS and it basically doesn't help...
How are you even handling that? I think I would have given up, honestly...
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Clara Crommlefoot - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 16:22:00 EST ID:lsT7wIlS No.381737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well giving up means suicide at this point and I really cant do that to my mother who had spent a fortune on me, my whole family and extended family is supportive, all my friends are supportive. Giving up at this point is just impossible

I have my SRS scheduled in spring and we are moving into a new flat in the biggest avenue in my city (which is a major world city) in a few weeks

at least I wont get harassed but thats it, all my dreams are crushed so I am hollow right now
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Phoebe Hubberludge - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 18:35:21 EST ID:sXdG8rM2 No.381738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sometimes stuff happens that makes me think passing/trans stuff isn't the most important thing. Sometimes.
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George Fublinglock - Tue, 16 Dec 2014 15:09:10 EST ID:978Ot0cF No.381771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381737
:(

I'm so sorry, anon... shit, that's a hard pill to swallow, girl. I feel for you...
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Frederick Gosslekodge - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 00:21:51 EST ID:jvZSB8aO No.381830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>381737

OP, everyone has doubts at 3 years, seriously, i had them many girls on /cd did as well, this is a way more common thread than you think.

Its good that you're just sticking with it though, so what that you dont pass, just live your life, enjoy it as much as you can, fuck what other people say or think behind your back, just hold your head high. Respect and love yourself.


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