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Cum on HRT by Samuel Goodshit - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 06:52:39 EST ID:8DQ6p4b/ No.396946 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My cum has become much less voluminous, after around half a year on 200 mg spiro 6 mg valerate /day. It's probably like 1/10 of the original volume or less. But, it isn't fully clear. It's a bit whitish. So do you think my T is high or what? Or is that normal for transgirls or what.
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Martin Niggergold - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 09:39:47 EST ID:sPJhIdOb No.396948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396946

I wouldnt use your ejaculate as a measure of if you have high t or not, go get a blood test.
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traplord tranny $$$ - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 09:21:39 EST ID:rxZgzhGx No.396968 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396948
lmao truuuu


You'll Never Forget the Name... Goldust. by Archie Peddleway - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 22:37:08 EST ID:H5HTYGA8 No.396928 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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During the 1990's in the pro wrestling world there was a character introduced who went by the name of "Goldust". Now this character was described as "androgynous" or having androgynous qualities.

Now seeing as we do not live in the fucking past anymore and considering how language constantly changes and evolves which sees the introduction of newer words and terms. Would this word still be a good word to describe the type of character that Goldust was or would another word be more fitting?

What inspired this thread was looking at a list of terms for sexuality and gender identity, most the latter, and one word caught my eye. It's a word that I was well familiar with and has been around for sometime so it's not entirely new. But would the term "genderqueer" be a better word to use when describing the original Goldust character?

Link to the page I was viewing when this character came to mind.

http://itspronouncedmetrosexual.com/2013/01/a-comprehensive-list-of-lgbtq-term-definitions/
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its your boy fruitsnacks - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 23:15:55 EST ID:S3oNAtTN No.396932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
maybe
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Fanny Chondleworth - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 09:08:31 EST ID:EujtfyBd No.396934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You are a fucking idiot, OP.
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Phyllis Sickleforth - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 12:23:37 EST ID:XI5CNrcR No.396936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396928
I stopped reading at "pro wrestling"
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Betsy Barddock - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 14:49:10 EST ID:ti9qdLY/ No.396939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396928
Yes, the rich arsenal of gender-analytical terminology can indeed be used to describe goldust more precisely, but I think the notions you'd be looking at for this purpose would be gender-nonconformity and genderfuckery.

Beyond that, the character is an intensely blatant allusion to hollywood antics.

I doubt he's supposed to have much of a gender identity. Maybe even not much of an identity all-around?
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Augustus Grandstone - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 19:09:57 EST ID:15D8kUXE No.396942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396928
I remember that guy. My brothers used to wrestle a giant stuffed Pooh Bear and call him Rikishi.

I think the andro and gyn parts of androgynous mean you have properties of both, that's probably how it's used to describe his character. Today we'd probably say it means "people can't tell." But he'd still fit that definition if people couldn't tell which were the dominant properties (have boobs & beard, are you man with boobs or woman with beard?)


sPJ and anyone lol by Shit Blatherbury - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 13:38:43 EST ID:9QAGTSne No.396903 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you think that maybe sometimes someone's starting point/how well their transition goes(not counting just needz moar efforts!) might actually could be the reason someone either makes it/sticks with transition or not? And not actually because one person is more trans than the other? Or two scenarios with perhaps the only subtlest of differences if at all, depending on what one believes, between two people with the same "transness," not that one can tell, or perhaps with the same "pathology" if you will, or between two definitely trans/internally women peoples? Or again perhaps will you always think some more effort will help along with some self-love and anyone can be happy with any point that way? Or any point reached by someone genuinely trying perhaps?

Is life fair is there a way!?! basically. Lol. I already know life isn't "fair"(how did anyone ever get that idea in their head? as in how did I get that/who put that in my head? That there is always a way things will work out and it be good? Maybe if you've accepted death right, but not even then. Anyway my summation for spirituality is "everything will work out one way or another, until you're dead and then you dgaf" lol those all presume death to be the worst case scenario I suppose, or the ultimate fear anyway that everything else manages to stem from in one way or another) so eh ;P anyway beside the point.

Related question would be what is exactly being a woman? Besides appearance. No vague mess either lol. There are masculine women and feminine men. How does the idea of a women living with a man's appearance, and even voice, naturally, etc hit ya? What would that look like? How others treat you might actually influence action here too I could easily see that, like if stronger then lift things, etc. expected to take care of yourself, etc.

Might there be a better intermediate for some people(like say only dressing sometimes with someone who understands(not that clothes really seem to be like a necessary thing to "identity" but obvs things can play in, etc not the point again), find a partner who understands and accommodates, etc) ?

Or is it trans or suicide? That seems ho…
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Shit Blatherbury - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 14:28:49 EST ID:9QAGTSne No.396908 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396907
Thanks for the input! Actually though, thinking about it and what I was getting at, I think, a 'hon" would be someone that stuck with it, even though it "didn't go well," sorta regardless of when they started I guess.

I easily agree I think that how "trans you are" doesn't determine how well your transition will go, maybe even when you start etc as you were implying maybe intentionally or not, might help some or not with mannerisms etc but yeah I don't think that was actually what I was getting at. I didn't really want to delineate different types of trans people for this conversation, I was just attempting to field as many considerations as possible? So I guess actuallyyyyyyyyyyyyy part of what I'm asking/what plays into it is the idea that a transwoman might choose to say detransition or not transition as opposed to living as a "hon" or non-passing transwoman, with there being different degrees of not-passing to consider there as well. Like if someone just really doesn't pass and there's hardly any feminine styles that would be flattering? Creating this scenario lol, when in real life it'll probably be somewhat inbetween, but still. If someone might choose that option even though they aren't any "less trans," especially than the next person that it turned out well for and that stuck with it. I guess I didn't really think about the option of just living as an extremely non-passing transwoman, not that that isn't an option or there is anything wrong with it of course. I mean shit perfectly passing always is probably as rare as someone that is extremely non-passing so I guess potentially we all deal with it some. It might still be better or worth it even if very not passing, or if someone can be okay with it then kudos to them and possibly they are really amazing for being able to handle it or maybe it ain't even such a thing to them and good for them there too. Way to leave out an option omg go me.
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Shit Blatherbury - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 14:32:44 EST ID:9QAGTSne No.396909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396908
I guess I should've said, is it trans or suicide or "hon"/living and presenting even if not passing(again though someone might argue there that you can get to some point that should be acceptable to yourself with genuine/possibly a lot of effort?)? nb
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Shit Blatherbury - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 14:37:51 EST ID:9QAGTSne No.396910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396909
I think everything I was considering put "hon" under the umbrella of trans in the "trans or suicide" question, because I am inherently talking about someone that won't pass well/at all with this thread/idea. argblablebn Shit Blatherbury is such a good name for me right now lol. Okay I guess that means there might not be as much of an issue with what you said after all sorta. Like you simply could've said "everyone here would be a hon or suicided over it if the were born in the 70s" unless there are other options.

It was just a little bit different facet of the same thing, or perhaps I guess it isn't actually the issue I was bringing up, and sorta maybe already agreed with though might still be irrelevant to what I was getting at, like it's a decision past that point. It's already not gone well in my scenario =P
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Shit Blatherbury - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 14:47:10 EST ID:9QAGTSne No.396911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396910
and hopefully last post for a while lol, my thread is about whether or not there are "other options" as I said in the post I'm replying to in the "unless there are other options" part, for sayyy, someone that is actually trans as one might say.

Orrr I guess, I did bring up that maybe two people, one who's transition went well, and one who's didn't, same transness etc, if one person might not stick with it because it genuinely didn't go well, and maybe find a way to be okay, while the other one also transitioned happily? Is that possible or is there something else going? I guess I partially just thought of that as a situation and there's not much to say except for either it could happen, or yes there is something else like they couldn't be the same transness or depends on the level of transness for that to be possible, some level of transness wouldn't allow for that, etc and I guess that is a little more complex. Just knowing what the question actually is is like 90% of answering it huh!? haha for oneself I kinda mean there but anyway =P nb
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Shit Blatherbury - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 16:38:48 EST ID:9QAGTSne No.396916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396907
I think I figured it out, your comment is totally relevant if you had left of the last line, it would've implied you agreed that at times whether or not people "make it"/stick with transition is dependent on how well it goes.

The last comment through it or me off, because hon implies the sticking with it anyway, on it's own as a concept but I think maybeee you like were more just being saucy with that comment rather than like making a concise statement to the discussion, like you all wouldn't have transitioned as soon and things might not've gone as well and you wouldn't have been on your high horse then! type thing, rather than making the comment(simply by using the word hon) that they would've stuck with it anyway though. Or you know idk for sure what you meant there but I just feel separating those two lines made less brain circles hahaha. Yeah lol. /autism or whatever


Fantasies when im sad? by Hedda Cruttingfuck - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 19:10:22 EST ID:XZgVNA7P No.396868 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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im 25, i remember fantasizing about being a girl since i was 12 (mostly sexual fantasies, but me being a girl) ... sometimes these feelings invade me so hard i start acting effeminate, but i dont do it on purpose, even some friends have told me i was acting "strange"
I noticed these feelings and fantasies are more recurring when im sad (forgot to say i suffer low self esteem) in these moments i wish more i could be a girl, i have more fantasies being a girl, sometimes so hard i start looking for some boy that make me feel girlish or to buy hormones, but some days later i return to my "normal" state and i feel scared of what i´ve done
What happens to me? what should i do?
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Hedda Cruttingfuck - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 01:51:19 EST ID:XZgVNA7P No.396882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396876
Well im not sure if i really need/want to transition, i´ve read lots of cases of trans people who transition is their only way, but i feel this not apply to me...
When i was 19-20 was my worst identity crisis in my life, that time i was sure i wanted to transition, when i was alone i tried to act feminine, saw me in a mirror and posing feminine, but also i looked for hormones and t blockers, fortunately or not i only found t blockers, but none of hormones... today thinking of hrt scares me.
I think it should be enough for me to crossdress, so i could feel girlish for some minutes/hours
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Hedda Cruttingfuck - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 02:01:52 EST ID:XZgVNA7P No.396883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396878
Yes, maybe i should talk to one
I havent seen like that, but the strange thing is for example when im not sad i fantasize "normally" with girls, sometimes as a girl, but i noticed when my self esteem lowers my fantasies are mostly being a girl, also i start acting effeminate, i never noticed it until a friend told me.
I dont identify me as a trans, or at least not the classic -feeling in the wrong body- i dont hate my body, but if i could feminize it without secondary effects i would do it.
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Matilda Sishman - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 02:03:58 EST ID:sPJhIdOb No.396884 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396883

Yeah tbh it sounds like youre making mountains out of ant hills.
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Shit Blatherbury - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 11:11:28 EST ID:9QAGTSne No.396892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396878
>>396884
I just want to say that this person is totally "theorizing" or essentially guessing off of tiny bits you've told them, not saying this to encourage you to transition cuz I mean it is kinda rough and shitty often and perhaps in general lol and is a lot to go through, but like idk seemed kinda irresponsible on their part. I could as easily guess that when your life is going well and you are feeling good then of course you can kinda overlook issues and have the energy to act the part but it breaks down when you get sad. See. Stories. No one knows lmao. It's terribly difficult. It's so weird how how we view ourselves can change depending on what stories we tell ourselves, or how "comfortable" we feel. She's also just really put off right now that you mentioned the sexual thing presumably because of the other thread =P(at not OP, the other person that replied that I'm referencing, sPJ, I often like your posts too I'm not just trying to be shitty to you lol) Again though I'm not here to suggest you are trans or are not trans, just to make it more difficult I guess sorry =/ nb sorry again life is cray
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Martin Sadgewell - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 11:07:28 EST ID:fuepgz8i No.397333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396883
So basically you're a gender fetishist?

It's ok to fantasize about being a girl. It's very normal. Please don't interpret this as the same as being transgendered.

I mean ultimately you should figure out why when your "self esteem" is low you decide to fantasize about being a girl. My thoughts are that you see women as intrinsically more submissive and lesser, which is why you think about it when you're sad. You can't cope that male isn't always about dominance, masculinity or even happiness so you think having a vagina is better.

Ultimately if you transition you're just giving "transphobes" more ammo and evidence that most transgender people are just weird sexist fetishists pretending to be progressive. If you're actually transgendered it wouldn't be a mood or a fantasy, it'd be an obsession that was not healthy. Like, really not healthy. Not "I act effeminate around my friends", more like "I want to cut my dick off and turn it inside out because it's better than nothing, and if I don't I'll kill myself".

Nb because a few pages in.


The big snip by Fucking Hobblewill - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 15:32:17 EST ID:6az0ILjL No.395127 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm having SRS next Tuesday :)

Leading up to this week I've been totally stressed out and worried getting everything taken care of, but I just got a call from the hospital confirming my date. So now all the anxiety has become excitement.

Ask anything you want and I'll keep checking back as I'm able to. Stay tuned for some possibly brutal neovag pics, lol. I know a common concern is cosmetic outcome and it's rare to find post op photos of modern outcomes.

My overall feeling is kind of nervous excitement and I can't wait to be penis-less.
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Simon Picklelark - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 08:17:26 EST ID:NPckS8QO No.396851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396840
It depends where the granulation is, I have internal granulation that obviously can't be self treated.

I also wouldn't want to do it myself anyway because it risks damaging healthy tissue.
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Albert Blackfield - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 12:25:21 EST ID:KLbgoKEb No.396856 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396851
Considering I didn't even know I had any until I had to take gross pictures for McGinn's office, DIY removal probably wouldn't work out too well.
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Whitey Cringerhatch - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 15:33:45 EST ID:6az0ILjL No.396858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396856

Hah yeah, I've got some very lewd photos of mine. Only visible when the lips are spread. They told me I have some internally as well, which requires some quality time with our good friend the speculum.

Might tickle someones granulation fetish :p
Ohhhh look how lumpy and red it is, hot ! Haha
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Whitey Cringerhatch - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 15:38:05 EST ID:6az0ILjL No.396859 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396858

No bump for getting your gape on!
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Rebecca Shakewater - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 22:24:58 EST ID:wfUaRehE No.396877 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396859
No, Speculum-senpai, my kawaii vuvu! Kyaaa!~~


hey kayla by Phyllis Widdlebanks - Thu, 14 Jan 2016 22:06:41 EST ID:gOoj3eI0 No.396707 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i love you
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HoliestInfadel !zPO1aDu8V2 - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 15:26:16 EST ID:/Rk+rKer No.396828 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396813
>Joke aside, that's what Jihad is actually all about
The Matrix is a muslim enslavement grid.
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Oliver Wellydock - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 02:04:19 EST ID:ti9qdLY/ No.396843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396813
God damnit, I fucking hate the concept of jihad so much. It's such a stupid obvious ploy to keep the masses subdued to let themselves get rolled over by whichever predatory bastards seek to. Every jesusfreak that cheers for that fucktarded attitude makes me want to rip their head off.

Worse yet is what a grotesque double standard it is. So, people are to take punishment for the devil inside them, but what about all the self-righteous cretins fixated on some sort of horseshit "angels" inside themselves? Two timing monsters!
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Shadowtrap - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 06:15:06 EST ID:O2KFFEiP No.396849 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You had me at hello.
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Beatrice Cladgedore - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 09:58:20 EST ID:Eoctp5sJ No.396852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396843
Welcome to the Nietzschian side.

No gods, no masters. You're an übermensch now.
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Albert Gillerpane - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 16:08:52 EST ID:EOtGK68h No.396863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396852
but the nietzschean side has the desire and need for masters and idolatry? there is no 'ubermensch now' but interrelationally willed ^_^


Makeup and skincare by Basil Drabblewill - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 21:06:26 EST ID:Odzn7DxE No.396762 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are some good resources for beginners? Everything I find online assumes you know the basics, and it's only felt discouraging.
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Albert Fiddleridge - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 23:31:49 EST ID:DaUI6Ska No.396817 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396778
Its because you are poor. By moistruizing daily I am achieving a more moisturized state than you. My cells look more full, plumper. I live in the Midwest. If I didn't moisturize my face would literally crack during winter because it gets so dry. Your entire point about "skin going to shit if you stop" doesn't even make sense because why would you stop.

Spirolactone sucks the water out of my body dehydrating me. My skin is dry. My natural oil layer is not enough to keep it bouncy. Moisturizer will do this. Its just using an artificial, more powerful oil layer to keep the water in your skin.

Also moisturizers have other things in them that reduce redness and irritation.
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Lillian Dacklegold - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 23:56:02 EST ID:sPJhIdOb No.396818 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396817

Stop fighting girls sheesh.

What works for you doesnt work for everyone.
People have their own i do no skin care ever and people also have their i cant go to sleep without taking makeup off and full exfoliationnetc.

I personally do a masque with cucumbers every fortnight and i still look cute as. But it works for be, i moistoried every day and acne started coming in, i did nothing and at all and i looked run down. I do a little bit every now and then and im sweet.

So what im trying to say is, dont belittle people because of their regimes, just respectuflly disagree.
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Archie Gummlelark - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 08:31:51 EST ID:V7ZhVvwV No.396820 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just chiming in to the moisturizing conversation. A disclaimer: different people react differently; every skin is unique.

I've had atopic eczema all my life, so I've had to learn about proper moisturizing very early, and have to do it right or my skin will start flaking or get inflamed. I've also discussed the topic with several dermatologists. I'd say too much moisturizing can definitely be bad. Unless you're using some kind of oil as a moisturizer, the emulsifiers in the creams can actually dry out your skin even more. Also the cream tends to collect dust and dead skin cells, and the resulting goo can really clog your pores and even cause inflammation if you use too much moisturizer for your skin type.

The most important thing is to moisturize after washing your skin. This should be done while the skin is still a little wet, so as soon as possible. If this doesn't seem to be enough, you can obviously moisturize more often. There seems to be a misconception as to how the moisturizer actually works. Many people think you're pouring water to your skin when you use a cream, but actually you're sealing the skin, preventing water from evaporating. Your skin has a number of methods to keep the moisture in, but when you wash your skin you're removing oils that are a part of the system. The moisturizer replaces these natural oils. Staying well hydrated in general is crucial for having a good skin.

I'd advice to choose a good basic cream developed for medical use instead of a generic cosmetic moisturizer. Personally I have three different creams with varying ratios of water and oils for different uses and seasons. I've found the medical creams to have a much better effect, even if they don't feel as pleasant as some cosmetic creams immediately after applying. A basic cream can be used to remove most types of makeup as well, and is much gentler in this use than pretty much any other way to remove makeup. I don't have any brand recommendations since the brand I use is only available where I live.

Exfoliation is good.

Don't have any makeup tips 'cause I'm prefect and don't need makeup lol. (JK. I'm actually just a lazy neet and not esp…
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Henry Grimdale - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 11:15:30 EST ID:9QAGTSne No.396822 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sooo does anyone else use natural oils and stuff? =P
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Nell Tootwill - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 07:57:04 EST ID:sPJhIdOb No.396861 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396822

I use coconut oil in my hair sometimes, does that count?


just a phase by Nicholas Clengerfoot - Thu, 14 Jan 2016 16:30:31 EST ID:1lYY3Qhy No.396697 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i dislike the people who see being trans thing as 'just a phase'. Since i was in HS i wanted to be a girl. Was told to 'man up' and 'get over it this is just a phase'. years go by and continue to dress up in the privacy of my own home and let my hair grow and always cut it to remain 'manly' or whatever. im turning 27 later this year and the same thoughts and feelings i felt when i was younger are still there, perhaps even stronger. This isn't going away. This is what i am. When i was like 20-23 it was my peak/prime. I was in great shape to pass and had a positive outlook on life. Now that I'm old as fuck, have done many hard drugs, and gained some weight, i feel like it's all over now. I'll always just be a fucking guy. Sure i can drop a few pounds and my hair is currently long. But isnt this the point in life to settle down and get a family? I've never had gf and i have a shitty job, no college, and i moved to down south from the eastcoast so on top of the culture shock i just want to fit in for once and remain low key. It doesnt help always being poor as fuck. I had some money in the eastcoast to spare on top of the cost of living. But things are hella cheap here and i'm still poor. But anyway, these trans thoughts arent going away. Not sure where im going with this post, just wanted to get it off my chest. ramble ramble
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Albert Drettingham - Fri, 15 Jan 2016 10:24:03 EST ID:6jksRs7n No.396717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396698
Entire life set up around? You're 20 =P I mean I get you but like it'll probably change more than once regardless of trans lol.

27 isn't even that bad starting over in life-wise.

Didn't Alan Rickman who just died start acting in like his 40's? I mean just saying a lot can happen still.

/weird random post
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Esther Honeywill - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 08:49:56 EST ID:8DQ6p4b/ No.396808 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396706

What's your excuse for not doing your eyebrows? It's like the easiest thing you can do per passing factor.
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Wesley Crundlechire - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 09:00:48 EST ID:vjCXlIlG No.396809 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396808

Having a somewhat Scottish face, rugged eyebrows fit me better than carefully plucked thin ones.
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Esther Honeywill - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 11:43:42 EST ID:8DQ6p4b/ No.396811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396809

Why not take a middle ground instead of rejecting one extreme for the other?
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Wesley Crundlechire - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 13:03:23 EST ID:vjCXlIlG No.396812 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396811

What makes you think I don't?


websites by 0_0 - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 17:34:14 EST ID:I95ZIRFs No.396785 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm going FtM (in the USA) so: so does anybody know a good website where I can buy hormones online?
Will I need to buy testostorne blockers?
how much of each should I take?
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Eugene Dublinggold - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 23:05:29 EST ID:T1a5N+Kl No.396794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396785
You might search/ lurk /r/ftm and /r/asktransgender. four-chan's /lgbt/ might be able to help too.

seedy is just too slow, and trans men are rare online as it is
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Ian Lightgold - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 23:26:01 EST ID:/Rk+rKer No.396796 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396785

Start with tamaiapedia, and find a doctor.
You can go through informed consent but ftm transition is a bit more difficult.
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Betsy Fundlenore - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 08:00:05 EST ID:np/snKq+ No.396806 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396785
>I'm going FtM
>Will I need to buy testostorne blockers?
Absolutely
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Alice Blatherstock - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 09:02:54 EST ID:6az0ILjL No.396810 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396806

Lol, definitely.
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Edward Blidgetare - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 13:31:44 EST ID:lw0jSi8L No.396825 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396796
>ftm transition is a bit more difficult.
nb


Dressing tips by Fucking Cabblenet - Thu, 10 Dec 2015 08:34:13 EST ID:FYVSRIYb No.395843 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Currently trying to dress in more unisex items while wearing baggy tunics around the house and leggings and underwear under clothing but in the bigger picture whats good to wear to appear more feminine but not scream "I'm desperate for attention"?
I wanna be more comfortable and confident but not paint a bullseye on myself
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Archie Sebberchudging - Sat, 12 Dec 2015 19:35:27 EST ID:OgODqkL0 No.395942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395875
standard retarded reply from a top tier nazi trans that contributes to the exodus of site members. Go you. FYI I'm in the process of going onto hormones but its easier for you assuming I'm a fetishist so you get kicks from bullying somebody instead of being the victim for once, right?
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Archie Hevinghood - Sat, 12 Dec 2015 20:12:40 EST ID:DheDhdCQ No.395945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395843
Girls T-shirts are good. Slightly more feminine cut, if you don't get a drop-neck one then it won't look too weird, and is more form-fitting. Hell even if you do have a shirt with a large cleavage hole, if it's slightly baggy it can look like the kinda ones hipster guys wear.
Girls jeans as well hug the hip and butt more to accentuate it, but most are subtle enough that it's not really noticeable, but still gives a slight impression.

Plaid shirts. I'm a sucker for them and I still wear most of the shirts I got as a guy (as well as a few new ones). Women's shirts will hug your waist more and give you a bigger impression of curves, but often the sleeves may be too short or merely it'll have fake sleeves that don't go down all the way.

I'd also suggest a new haircut. Go for something super androgynous. Hell if you're confident enough, bring in a picture of a short female cut. Seriously hairdressers won't give a fuck unless you're in a backwards ass town, they'd just think you were going for something more androgynous. They will also most likely make it more "manly" as hairdressers kinda do that unless you're presenting as a girl, but it'll still be an androgynous cut. Slowly thin your eyebrows too. I did mine over the course of about a year and no one even noticed. It was actually the first thing I did to start grooming myself and it does help to fram the face well.

Advice for underwear; don't ever go for thongs or very skimpy things unless you have like the tiniest of peens, and even then it doesn't really work unless you tape up. My personal fav is boyshorts. Seriously they're fucking awesome. The problem with most girls underwear is because the crotch isn't really meant to have any space, it's really easy for bits to poke out if you're not tucking well. Alwasy make sure that the crotch is a wide piece of fabric, and not just transformed into a lacy string at the bottom.
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Beatrice Gongernit - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 23:35:06 EST ID:Y7TmeLde No.396779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have actually been wondering about how to start doing this too. I wanted to plan on buying generically unisex things, but in the girls section. So it looks like I could be buying as a gift or something. But as a male, how do you buy underwear without looking like a creep?
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David Hoppernure - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 06:11:01 EST ID:JJjOp1mt No.396780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396779
Just focus on what you're looking for, have fun and smile at people if they look as if you aint' doin nothin wrong hunni :) xoxo
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Betsy Fundlenore - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 08:01:54 EST ID:np/snKq+ No.396807 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396780
OP after reading your post


Body Hair Removal by Molly Bunway - Sun, 03 Jan 2016 04:10:32 EST ID:a+xoVXmx No.396471 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi all,

So... i've been on hrt for a while now and one of the big things bothering me right now is my body hair. I have a good amount of very short and thin black hairs on my stomach and not sure if I should be doing laser or electrolysis for it. Really just want it all gone asap. If anyone who has dealth with this type of issue can provide some info or guidance, i would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks!
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Ebenezer Fondertock - Mon, 04 Jan 2016 00:39:51 EST ID:2+/H5zIa No.396488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396487
>>396482
>>396473

Thanks a tons for the information everyone! I will check out getting laser, if not I will give Nair and shaving a shot. Thanks again!
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Samuel Nunningchutch - Mon, 04 Jan 2016 01:11:37 EST ID:HBql3wRW No.396489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396488
If you do use the shower nair, and dont use it on sensitive areas.
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Clara Peddleworth - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 17:55:41 EST ID:zHOjPuur No.396636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396471
epilate or wax that shit. if you can't get it done permanently rip that shit out asap, especially if it's on your face
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Fuck Gindlecocke - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 20:40:45 EST ID:z8QxoKho No.396642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Duct tape.
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John Beckledock - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 06:36:43 EST ID:Mcs8645Z No.396801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396471
ive been on hrt for two years and havent yet been able to get laser or electro (will probably need electro bc arab)

i shave my face but that still leaves shadow, plucking them out with tweezers works but is hard, takes a long time, and is impossible to get them all for some reaosn

is there an inbetween solution i can go for?


Yo dawgs by !GOACID/XyA - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 07:56:57 EST ID:0+llJUWi No.396736 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Never posted here before, so hi.

I just have some questions.

So I've discovered over the past few years that I identify with being female and male internally. Like I feel both almost equally. I'm primarily sexually attracted to women, but men as well, if they're my type. Some days I feel completely feminine and when I think of msyelf I think of my mind as being a girl. I'm totally at peace with this and suffer no anxieties or ill notions about it.

Now, my question. And please don't take this offensively, but I gotta ask. Why do you guys insist on taking these hormone replacement therapies and getting surgeries? Most often they result in mountains of side effects and health issues, and due to where we currently are in technology, transitioning fully and happily seems extremely rare. In fact, it seems most people are unhappy with their transition, or become unhappy with it over time.

For me personally, I am content in a male body even though I sometime identify is being female. I see my body as only a small representation of myself, and it doesn't to me define my gender. So why y'all wanna risk this stuff? Is it extremely rare to have my kind of acceptance of my body, despite my gender identity being not primarily male?
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Nigger Dannerfut - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 22:04:56 EST ID:6jksRs7n No.396751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396748
Hey now I'm not sure we should entirely blame psychedelics for that lol

But they do have side/after effects and impacts ofc. I usually consider them good lol.
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Fucking Pesslefield - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 04:22:22 EST ID:EujtfyBd No.396757 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396740
What?
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!GOACID/XyA - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 06:32:46 EST ID:0+llJUWi No.396781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396748

I don't really consider having new-found self identity to be a side effect. You could come to that realization without drugs easily, as I'm sure many people on this board have.

>>396749

I'm actually 25. I'm old by 420chan's standards. I've been posting here since 2009.

>>396749

I'm actually 25. I'm old by 420chan's standards.


>>396746
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Fucking Clanningbanks - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:13:46 EST ID:sPJhIdOb No.396782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396781
>I suppose I just have trouble understanding why so many people can't just be x in an x's body, you know?

Im sorry that you didnt understand my reply.
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Squishy - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 21:56:37 EST ID:JJjOp1mt No.396793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396736
Awesome post, and i'm gonna reply without reading any other bullshit cos no doubt there will be plenty. I'll give my persoective. I'm 25, mtf, early stages of this 'physical transition' phase that is essentially for those who have gender itentities that differer from cisgendered, but also experience dysphoria. It's to alleviate the stark feeling of pain, disconnect, confusion and absurdity of being born with a body that does not feel right. It's a spiritual and mental issue that requires part of the physical form as a sacrifice for it's own divine will. I feel the desire to change physically as something intrisic to my being.. it's just part of the journey and we know hormones will assist in making life more comfortable. It's not the best option, and i'm on the fence about surgery, but it's wierd.. I hate seeing trans girls have unsuccessful surgeries and hormone experiences.


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