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asldksaf by Cornelius Gacklehood - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 05:57:16 EST ID:zoWSuuHm No.378298 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I cut my hair again.

Someone. Please. Why can't I grow my hair without feeling like getting a haircut!? FUUCK. I think I might invest on a really good wig or something to stop myself from going nuts about looking awful as my hair grows from boy short to long.
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Lydia Smallworth - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 15:02:12 EST ID:KMCRabO9 No.378319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why do you feel like getting a haircut?

Anyways, just don't. It takes so much effort to go to a salon or barber, anyways. Plus you have to pay them money.
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Eliza Cullynick - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 17:13:26 EST ID:12rGqHp1 No.378320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yeah, just wear a hat or wig OP. Depending on your job, you might have to go without at work, which sucks. But suck it up. The awkward length phase is only temporary.

I suppose it's easy for me to say, though. I've had long hair since grade school.
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Lydia Gooddock - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:41:41 EST ID:AFWW4dBW No.378378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I got a haircut because I think bobs are cute and I wanted one. You don't have to have super long hair to pass!
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Henry Sosslefig - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:07:59 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378378

bob isnt the same as boyshort though.
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Hamilton Bunnerbanks - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11:29:17 EST ID:vkyT1A1Z No.378464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378298
Because it doesn't look cute, go find a nice person you're comfortable with, and tell them to make you cute. I took a train in to San Fran and told a gay pirate that, and have fucking loved my hair since.


Libertarian by Wesley Sebberwell - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 11:51:15 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.378107 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Post ITT if you were a Libertarian 6 years ago.
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Graham Pockworth - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:38:19 EST ID:+EDrNCqg No.378341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378339
Well yeah, I feel like we got ourselves into a pickle haha. I like to be optimistic too though that if things weren't so crazy with like huge governments and corporations and there fore the interests of a few people being able to trump the well-being of everyone/the planet and stuff or maybe most people do need to be in a certain mindset about things for it to work out. The idea that we need to like somehow survive the sun exploding lol. I tend to think that the challenges we face as a planet(short of things like sun exploding or anything like that) are more or less self created and possibly because of how we think we need to or can improve on something that tbh works really amazingly, or like feel the need to try to explore space/expand forever/escape death =P I think there are good harmonious ways to live on this planet that really don't require much "enhancing," plants grow themselves honestly, nature is like the most efficient system evar. Some stuff about what the environment our bodies developed in and how different it is from now and problems it may cause. Etc. One of those people =P I do like to think we could be harmonious too and still all "advance" and stuff whatever that means, that seems fun, I like bass. Idk! Like I said idk how things might work out or not and it wasn't the main reason for being anarchist. Idk that I'm marxist or capitalist. Could that be a false dichotomy? I haven't looked up stuff like this in soooo long lol I feel like my sense of what those mean is too basic to go with lol.
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Wesley Semmercheg - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 21:32:15 EST ID:o3AjW1l3 No.378369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Econ/Poli Sci/Math triple major here. I also was a libertarian some time ago before I studied econ (yes around six years to be exact). Libertarianism just does not make sense as a governing philosophy unless you accept some patently absurd ideas.

On Anarchism: I think the case against anarchism can easily be summed up as: government doesn't exist to accommodate those who would otherwise be orderly but rather to mitigate the effect of those who would not. Government may not be perfect, but it is the best system so far conceived.
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Frederick Durringfudging - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 22:56:37 EST ID:XK9Wxj5h No.378371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was an Ancap 16 year old little shit.
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Ebenezer Brubblemot - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 21:08:10 EST ID:kbnEFGTV No.378441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378341
Well... Government is obviously how we keep people from doing stupid, short-sighted shit like polluting and decimating our natural resources. Government can also keep people from robbing, stealing, etc. Furthermore, it can establish programs which reduce the likelihood of people *needing* to engage in those anti-social behaviors by providing help to people that need it.

As to whether it's ethical to 'force' people to play along... No, it's not always ethical but it's not always unethical either. That can only be decided on a case-by-case basis.

In the end, I still feel like it's more ideal to let people act on their own volition, free of rules, but I also recognize that there are many instances where *everyone* has to play along or things just don't work.

I haven't thought about it in a while, but I actually used to dream of a shift in human consciousness/behavior. It wouldn't take much, on an individual basis, to stop polluting, make people take care of each other, and start exploring the universe in peace. Maybe in the future that will happen. Such a thing would rely on a post-scarcity environment, but scarcity exists in your head as much as it does in real life. Humans really only *need* food, water, and shelter. Everything else is extra.
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Samuel Fandale - Mon, 22 Sep 2014 13:31:35 EST ID:wRWTmL+O No.378613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378441
Right, at the stuff more toward the end lol. I think our culture/mindset is basically a huge part. Some tribes or some mess in places and back in the day provided for everyone in the tribe pretty regardless right? And I do feel like a lot of crime/anti-social behavior as you say is caused by people not you know like having what they need and stuffs or otherwise the situation we created. Food, water and shelter! Food. Foooooooooood I'm trying to get everyone to grow food =) I think there is enough space and everything without some crazy engineering, just taking leads from nature, to grow enough food for everyone. Spread people out more maybe lol. Once you have that like maybe people can chill. Prolly be more chill being more in touch with all those processes too I like to imagine. We do food terribly as it is. But yeah food taken care of they can maybs kinda be like fuck off big companies and governments and all you things that operate with disregard for others like me in less fortunate situations that I slave for and support for I can't remember why =P idk lol


life sucks by Esther Pellerhood - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 17:36:14 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.378428 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does the dysphoria ever go away? I see my body, my adam's apple, my jawline, my hairline, my chin, my penis, my shoulders, and as much as I hate them, the feeling never goes away. It's like a movie where you see yourself become the monster and you can't help but watch it over and over again.
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Angus Pebberdudging - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 18:01:01 EST ID:QzDqioaI No.378431 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>378428
I've been "full-time" for over five years now, and I don't think it ever gets better. you have to just find a way to keep those thoughts out of your mind. This is why so many trans people become drug addicts - it's the easy way. The hard way is to create such a rich, busy life that you don't have time to worry about these things.
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Sophie Gicklegold - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 18:04:58 EST ID:SDtfVdTd No.378432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378428
It never stops completely. I felt it got better after about a year on mones and srs. Dont expect it to go away completely though. Guess the trick is to get your mind off it by doing stuff youre good at. get a job, pets, and a boyfriend that treats you well and it gets easier.
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Edward Trotfield - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 20:55:12 EST ID:ZlcEuxBJ No.378440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Mine has mostly gone away after 4 years on HRT and 2 years full-time. I found going full-time and not getting read as male for two years (so far) did more for my dysphoria than HRT alone. It's easy to bury dysphoria under piles of people considering you to be a pretty girl. Confidence is an amazing thing.

Every once in a while I find it flares up (shoulders!), but 99% of the time it's gone.

I don't think it every goes away completely though, and, for me, seems to be somewhat based in hormone levels. Confidence can't overcome testosterone spikes or daily differences in medication being processed by the body.


First date by Barnaby Geckleman - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 11:30:56 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.378148 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So i just did my first date thing with a guy. He was one of the many ppl that sent me messages and he didnt say anything bad after a week and so i gave him my number, then texted each other for a week and now its the third week and it was pretty good. He doesnt have much of a life because of work and study but he has really good musical taste, all kinds of stuff i have also on my computer minus MIA and beyonce etc
Anyway so i have never been with a guy. The one sexual experience i had with a man resulted in me having a breakdown due to conditioned homophobia when i was a 14.
So we're watching a movie in his tiny room and our phones both go off and its the fuxking police for me and HIS mum WTFF
Turns out my overly worried friend had tried calling me and i didnt answer and so they fucking called the cops!?

anyway after so much hassle and we both calmed down and i was so embarrassed and we were making jokes. So he turns the movie back on and we make out and things got better from there. I couldn't go all the way because i dont even know how to... im a fucking virgin like that... I will have to tell him i guess... fucckkkkk

He was totally respectful tho and so nice. we snuggled after and fuck it was just so ice and he made me of giggly and happy and so perfect in that moment i didnt care about a fucking thing...
In that one moment i dont even know it was okay. we were in his tiny room on his crappy bed and everything was okay...

sigh. well i guess i will have to keep testing him but i do hope he continues to prove his pureness... Im sure it will turn out that he is just into transgirls with dicks and he wanted to "return the favor" and i know thats what he wants so i guess... wtf like? it wouldnt even work really...

Anyway this thead is to discuss first dates Do's and don'ts aswell as share weird/good date story's feel free to make a separate thread for either!
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Nathaniel Sallypuck - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 13:34:33 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.378309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378297
It could have been read in any way dw about it ldy
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Lillian Pummerpudge - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 16:24:03 EST ID:2o7oBapo No.378354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't know how any of you find a straight guy who wants to be with you. I've been going on countless dates over the past couple of years and despite having guys previously tell me how hot they think I am and even brag to their friends about me, as soon as I tell them I'm trans they either say they just want to be friends or they run for the hills. I feel like my chances would be better post op, but I'll probably never be able to afford that since I struggle with depression too much to hold down a job. Being trans is fucking lonely as hell.
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Edward Woffingbury - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 19:22:01 EST ID:1v5QCWWp No.378357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378354
Don't get with guys that like you just cuz youre hot. guys who like me do find me attractive, but we only ever get together because I actually like them back based on who they are. Turns out the guys I tend to be attracted to tend to be the open minded guys who *would* get with a trans girl.
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Thomas Clishferk - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 19:13:59 EST ID:aHMTviWi No.378395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378354
At least your pretty
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Hugh Shakeworth - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 05:18:50 EST ID:2o7oBapo No.378458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378395
It's not as if that will last much longer since I'm already 32. I look really young, but I'm really panicking over the thought of starting to show my age before finding a mate. Especially since my generation is generally less accepting of trans people than the generation that your average /cd/er belongs to.

I don't just want to settle either. I've been in FWB situations with guys I wasn't really attracted to out of desperation, but I wouldn't date any of them if the only reason was because I had no other options. Not only would that be unfair to them, but it would make me feel like I was agreeing that I'm somehow less worthy of love due to the way I was born.


Passing Thread by Edwin Billingwell - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 12:22:18 EST ID:sLJwBtNJ No.375775 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i posted on /lgbt/ but they're a bunch of faggots

do I pass? aperture science representin'

also general passing thread
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John Trotworth - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 21:18:24 EST ID:W4JGzBdD No.378930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>376183
lovey
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Priscilla Barringstirk - Wed, 08 Oct 2014 05:15:46 EST ID:YFohDBT2 No.379263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>375775
6 months hrt am I getting anywhere/ potential?
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Simon Clungertin - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 05:14:54 EST ID:sLJwBtNJ No.379503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378849
wow, what a completely worthless post. way to go buddy.
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Basil Bibblebanks - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 02:50:52 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.379777 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>377481
this was me like 1 month on anti androgen's
this is me now after 3 months on anti androgens, and a few weeks on E.

fucking hormones, it's kind of cruel to try and make someone pass without them in my opinion
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Ernest Nobberbadging - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 22:25:19 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.379873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379263
how old are you?


Halp by Isabella Fombleforth - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 22:31:20 EST ID:fviHRDOn No.378275 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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28 years old, still quite feminine.

Fiancee (girl) is really into the whole TG thing, wants me to try whore moans.

Thing is, she wants me to perform as a man, which I have no problem with, even with ED drugs. Wat do? Should I whore moan?
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Graham Pockworth - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 08:22:13 EST ID:+EDrNCqg No.378334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378332
y'all lol. I guess it's good to say this, that way he would be really determined to go ahead anyway right!?

>>378327
Lol. But the person that got a boner not this thread is "just excited." Could be different, could be not that different. I think I'm just commenting to basically bring up how a lot of people transition either for or with sexual stuff in mind, more or less, more or less than they'll say even, and it goes okay for a lot of those people right? And then as they are transitioning they "remember stuff"/reinterpret memories or make things out like it was just being excited and maybe it was truly, I don't care lol, yadda yadda and then they fit a more typical trans model or something! Learn what to say ;P or perhaps things really got clearer. I don't know! Just saying it might not be "suicide" for this person. It might make getting a job more difficult and stuff of course but I feel like you were going with the you will develop gender dysphoria if you transition because you aren't trans and that will make you suicidal angle.

devil's advocate =P

Being trans does suck though OP tread carefullyyyyyy
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Graham Pockworth - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 08:29:48 EST ID:+EDrNCqg No.378336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378334
And don't do it for someone else. Or if you aren't trans and all that of course.
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Phoebe Wuckleworth - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 08:54:12 EST ID:VnNSDU1w No.378337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Alright, got you.

Won't do it.

Thanks.
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Lillian Daffingsurk - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 09:06:24 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378337

at the end of the day its your decision, DO WHAT YOU WANT, we are just giving you our opinions.
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Whitey Clesslepere - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 15:49:02 EST ID:rUI8XJ5W No.378351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378329
rule 34. people think it's just cartoon character porn, but nah, it's universal
warpmymind has a lot of home made, probably pretty harmful, erotic hypnosis files in this vein.
don't... don't go there. it's depravity.


Bailey Jay's friend by Angus Wunnerwater - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 04:46:32 EST ID:sOEsrWfH No.378244 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Am I the only old member left? Anyone else been here long enough to remember that person that claimed to be BJ's friend from school? And would talk a ton of shit about her really being a gay dude that wanted tits?

I thought that person was just a troll. But they may have actually known her.

http://www.xojane.com/issues/bailey-jay-transgender-abusive-relationship

from the article:

"My “friends” confirmed this with statements like, “Well, Bailey is a boy technically...""

It sounds like her friends in HS did think she was just a gay boy. And it sounds like she was too scared to confront anyone about much of anything.

*sigh* we bitch about her a lot here. She has made some dumb life choices. BUT it is impressive she has transitioned so well and found some happiness given her background. It doesn't like her friends, family, or bfs were very supportive.
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Augustus Gimblefield - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 20:01:03 EST ID:sOEsrWfH No.378270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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after reading BJ's story, I was reminded a lot of abuse I received from girls I dated and abuse my eldest sister experienced in her first marriage.

I almost want to write BJ and comment on her story, send well wishes, and thank her for sharing her story. She described the events and her feelings very accurately. I can't say I've seen many go into that kind of dept. Not many will admit that they stuck with someone because fo their own self loathing. People tend to stick with stupid shit like "he's not always like that" or "the good times are really good though"

But writing her is kind of pointless. Her email really goes to her husband. And I don't want to buy her something to stick in her butt off of her amazon wishlist just to send her SLAYER.

So I guess I'll just send out internet hugs to everyone here that has ever been abused.
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John Boshfuck - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 22:15:37 EST ID:LyrDF5da No.378273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well she was presenting openly as female from early on in high school, and still had friends and a love life and a house to come home to, I'm not sure how you could say she didn't have support. Most people still think of trannies as just 'really gay dudes who want tits', the considerate ones don't say it though.
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Augustus Gimblefield - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 23:36:08 EST ID:sOEsrWfH No.378279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378273

are you equating support with 'not beating her to death' or 'not kicking her out of the house"?
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Martin Fellyheg - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:07:42 EST ID:fiIpjkAP No.378343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378261

Jup, I do this a lot too.
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Jarvis Chashstone - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 15:06:05 EST ID:/Rk+rKer No.378345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378273

>really gay dudes who want tits

more like

>really perverted guys who want tits.

in the case of my neighbors who used to illegally packet sniff my wifi.


Bullshit by Augustus Bushsteg - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 01:40:50 EST ID:+SRNfON3 No.378216 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have an amazing friend who takes the time out of his day to make me feel awesome. He gives great advice financially, he inspires me to be better, he is kind and forgiving and basically the kind of mentor and cheerleader more people deserve to have. I don't think he would treat me the same or take the time to let me know what a wonderful person I am if he knew I was trans. He's not a bigot, he just wouldn't be able to see the positives and he wouldn't relate. Life sucks. stealth sucks. Trans sucks.
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Charles Clepperford - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 02:16:15 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378272

the issue here is that she is stealth, she likes him, so she is worried that if she comes out he wont understand. catch up :p
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Walter Brishchadging - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:22:41 EST ID:+SRNfON3 No.378287 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378267
Yeah it was neat originally. More opportunities, people being obviously less odd around you. But it comes with it's own problems, like how I stress out about people finding out. I liked it when I was out because I wasn't holding a secret I was terrified about. Grass is always greener...
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Walter Brishchadging - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:29:39 EST ID:+SRNfON3 No.378288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378272
Yeah and that's maybe a problem. Honestly, I don't know if he's crushing. However, what he may or may not be in love with isn't accurate. It's like falling in love with an actress because of the character she plays in a movie and you imagine she's really like that. Except it's dicks. He thinks I'm just an average girl, but I aint and it sucks because if I told him it would be bye-bye. Plus he's a coworker so extra dmg if he outs me... just gotta keep living stealth and change jobs every few years.
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Nell Crinnermug - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:37:05 EST ID:twYiVAw9 No.378294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>378286

>she likes him,

As a friend, it seems. If it's more than that, she doesn't say.

>so she is worried that if she comes out he wont understand.

No shit. My point is that it's worse than that. He might freak the fuck out. He's expecting the woman he loves to be packing a clam, not a sausage.

Pic related. It's what he doesn't{/**] expect the woman he loves to be packing.
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Nell Crinnermug - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:43:25 EST ID:twYiVAw9 No.378295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>378294

Fucked up the bolding. Damn.

Anyway, I wanted to add a potential strategy for OP.

Just give the dude head before the big reveal. If he freaks out, you can tell him to keep quiet or you'll tell everyone. If he's anti trans, he won't want people to know.

Mischief managed.

(When searching for this image, I realized how many people have this phrase as a tattoo. Disgusting.)


Skin Care by Molly Penkinridge - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 15:21:07 EST ID:pYeyNC07 No.378156 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been on estrogen for a while, my body looks great but my face still looks really bad because I have no idea how to take care of it. How the fuck do you learn all of this? Especially make-up and how to properly clean it. There's so much contradictory information on the internet.
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Hannah Fozzleridge - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 15:52:22 EST ID:AteBbmz5 No.378233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378156
cleanse, exfoliate and moisturize twice a day, use retin-a and always wear sunscreen even if its overcast. you dont need to worry about makeup so long as you dont sleep in it.
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Hannah Fozzleridge - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 15:53:10 EST ID:AteBbmz5 No.378234 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378156
seriously tho this is the absolute last place on the internet you should be asking for beauty advice. chan trannies are basic af. just go read some cis girl blogs or something.
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Jack Niggerbury - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 16:50:56 EST ID:XK9Wxj5h No.378237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378234
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Hedda Tillingshaw - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 03:26:55 EST ID:P0mwR3qx No.378243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378234
True
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Martin Fuckingford - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 16:40:29 EST ID:aCCmIzwY No.378265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Beware of acne scrubs. I tried some of those as a teenager that made my skin worse. For nice face skin, use a gentle ph-balanced face wash/soap and face lotion with SPF. Look for makeup with the word "non-comedogenic" on it, that means it doesn't clog pores. Washing your face more than twice a day could cause it to dry out and your skin to get worse. If your face is very oily, you could try a toner like they have with Proactiv. Oil is what a)makes your skin soft; b) causes acne. Don't squeeze your pores.

Don't pluck your eyebrows way too much or else you will eventually be a middle aged lady who has to draw them in. Supplement plucking with trimming.

Thick foundation, imo, looks bad, especially if it's not quite your skin tone. Try powder or mineral. Just my opinion though, I think girls with a lot of makeup look awful. But some like to wear it. I have a foundation brush and that's all. And sometimes I put eyeliner on the top lid - that took me a while to practice and I don't know any of those tricks that girls like, such as a cat eye or shadow blending. I think those just take practice too.

Also, if you have acne, try not to touch your face too much because your hand oil rubs off on your face.


Careers by Lydia Nommlecocke - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:43:12 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.378173 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to do something prolific in my life, but I'm feeling worried about being stealth. I was wondering what you guys thought about certain careers and whether you'd pursue them or not.

Note: I'm asking about whether you'd pursue them or not in your situation, stealth or out is your choice. Thanks!
http://strawpoll.me/2547870
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Faggy Fennerpore - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 22:29:14 EST ID:+S3eoHAY No.378211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378210
Also, I played keys and sang lead in that band.... So once I'm full-time I'll probably drop vocals from my repertoire, which kinda sucks since it helps you get into bands and shit, but oh well.
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Cyril Clayridge - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 22:41:20 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.378212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378211
I wish I could be a singer. What makes you think it's not possible?
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Faggy Fennerpore - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:24:47 EST ID:+S3eoHAY No.378213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378212
Because of female looking body and mannerisms and male sounding voice. I've got a great singing voice, but only really good as a male singing voice.
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Alice Pittdale - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 18:10:57 EST ID:f1ej5uDf No.378238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378213

Keep singing. Trans female vocals are definitely appreciated. - "A trans female singer/guitarist/songwriter"
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Faggy Gisslewere - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 10:37:44 EST ID:e7s5kx4a No.378247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have med school interviews next month.


Sex and vulnerability by Charles Gillylock - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:52:14 EST ID:TdUxmfbz No.378240 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone else get really anxious when it comes to sex? I get so bad that I think I would cry during. I want sex... I'm just scared of the vulnerability. I don't know if I can feel "safe" with anyone enough to let them penetrate me. I'm scared of being used. I'm scared of being judged. I'm scared that people will only want sex with me because of the idea of me instead of me, myself. I smoke weed every night to try to cope with the anxiety and isolation I feel. Is there anything I can do?
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Charles Banderfuck - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 21:25:28 EST ID:QzDqioaI No.378241 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>378240
date people for a while before having sex with them. for what it's worth, pretty much every cis female feels the same way, especially when they are younger and less experienced. go on legitimate dates without the prospect of sex, get to know them and let them get to know you first. then once you really trust them and like them, sex should come naturally.


breast augmentation by George Darthood - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 16:37:42 EST ID:pmsubTd9 No.378236 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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has anyone had it done? were you happy with results? what band size are you?

i'm considering it. i pretty much just need to find a surgeon, but if the result is going to be shitty balloons 5 meters apart, im dont think its worth it... are there sites with before/after pictures of recent procedures on trans patients?
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Shitting Chibblewuck - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:44:55 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378236

are there sites? probably, but cosmetic surgery is catered to the individual, all you need to do is tell your (potential) surgeon what you want and they'll say if they can do it. ez-pz.


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