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Hormones suggested for partial transition? by Henry Banningstotch - Wed, 25 Jun 2014 02:32:15 EST ID:+Ea/UTya No.374295 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My friend is bigender and is wanting a partial transition. He's mostly looking for breast growth, less body hair, and general feminization, but doesn't want his male reproductive bits to stop working, as he still identifies as a guy some of the time. One of my friends is starting her full transition so we were going to order the hormones all at once. I was just wondering what you all thought would be best? Maybe spiro and really low doses of estrogen for 6 months to a year and then switch to just spiro? Thanks
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Hannah Nerrymon - Sat, 28 Jun 2014 05:38:02 EST ID:GkzU4QPw No.374520 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374513
I'm sorry, I didn't know you were privy to secret information while physiology handbooks are not. Naturally you must be right, good sir/madam.
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Augustus Tillingfuck - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 09:33:19 EST ID:gWXtP9F3 No.374572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374520
weird that still every endo ever met ´knows what a loop effect is.
I have to assume that your book is bullshit under this condition
confronted with an AA (E is also one btw) male bodies produce more and more T until the break point where E can surpress it. at this point you probably can reduce the E dosage again to a more healthy level.
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Clara Blytheridge - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 13:23:32 EST ID:ejydJ9U9 No.374772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
At the end of the Day, you have to find out what works for you (personally).
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Angus Blellyson - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 22:39:22 EST ID:HUpTrfoi No.374781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374772
You look amazing from the front. :/ Sorry about the brow...
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Angus Blellyson - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 22:40:56 EST ID:HUpTrfoi No.374783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374781
Shit, how did I post this in this thread??


muscle injections by Jack Nickleworth - Fri, 27 Jun 2014 06:12:10 EST ID:qJxR8/yY No.374456 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so i have a tranny friend who cant inject himherself and wants me to inject
do i inject it to muscle or iv
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Phyllis Sangershit - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 15:02:35 EST ID:BFZvdtwd No.374687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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turks get
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Cyril Crommergold - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 01:11:41 EST ID:qd35MRKb No.374756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374534
Is that Iain Connell?
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Henry Dartridge - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 11:30:33 EST ID:HUpTrfoi No.374769 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>374756
No, it's Aidan Gillen.
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Angus Blellyson - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 22:36:25 EST ID:HUpTrfoi No.374779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374756
My bad, it's Raf Simons' face photoshopped on to Aiden Gillen. I got the image from a Baneposting thread on /fa/, lel

NOBODY KNEW WHO I WAS UNTIL I PUT ON THE GEOBASKETS
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Angus Blellyson - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 22:37:40 EST ID:HUpTrfoi No.374780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374779
at least I think that's what's going on in the image

idfk

probably shouldn't have bumped the thread, either. oops


Social Transition by Molly Hosslesudge - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 23:43:17 EST ID:YvLcsOfi No.374707 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Seeing this brought up some emotions. http://imgur.com/a/qWpxv#GHrnaMK

A couple years ago, timelines brought me a ton of hope. I never looked that bad, got on HRT young and was on my way to a career earning good money. Flash forward here I am. I am happy with my looks for the most part, I am planning a little more work, but I don't usually get clocked. That is until I do anything other than walk and not say anything.

Sure my voice could use a bit of work, but for me, I am having the hardest time with the social side of all this. I was never a jock, or anything, or even a manly man, but I was quit the A type personality. AS it stands I work in a field with men, some of them quite alpha. This makes it hard for me to ease off the gas.

I spend 40 hours a week making sure I don't get trodden down, it makes it so hard to "be a girl" I feel like I have to watch myself, in case I do something boyish. At work, the tomboy attitude is fine, however when the weekend arrives, it is nothing but a major disservice. the only way I could look normal and act how I sometimes do when I slip up is if I went all butch style, really, really not how I feel. Any pointers for someone who "passes" to act more womanly.

By the way, if you feel bad because you don't look perfect, don't. If you exhibit feminine mannerisms, and ARE a girl in how you move, the words and tones you use with people, then you have over half the battle. Don't be as ignorant and pig headed as I have been and assume that blowing money on laser, cosmetic surgery and a fancy wardrobe makes you a woman. It helps, but it also makes you realize just how hard this is.

Also before someone drops the AGP shit, no, this isn't a fetish for me. The reason it doesn't come as naturally as I would like, is because of my teen years going into my twenties, I was too insecure to act more like a girl.
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Shitting Cranningcocke - Wed, 02 Jul 2014 22:06:56 EST ID:YvLcsOfi No.374740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374714
Don't feel too bad, it might come easy for you, it seems as though it does for some, I was just unlucky.

>>374717
Sometimes I think I would love to change jobs, the thing is, I am not quite ready to leave this field for a couple more years. Reason being, it was hell getting to where I am, and also financially, full of opportunities. Had I been in this career and not spent money on transition, I would be really comfortable, not set, but very comfortable. I don't have expensive tastes when it comes to cars, and I don't have any vices, at all, other than buying clothes. I sort of want to make up for what I can.

With a bit more experience, I might be able to diversify into a different line of work, down the line, then again I might bite the bullet and go back to school again.

That's the problem, I wear dresses like this, and I think I look good in them. Thing is, to a guy checking out a cute girl in a pretty dress, that's all good until she does or says something out of place. :(

>>374735
Pretty much all of what you said make sense! I think I might go book shopping this weekend. I do sometimes act awkward, you know ridged poses and basically second guessing EVERYTHING I do or say.

I have been so tempted to post a timeline, or passport photos, 18 and 23, but I have made it this far without doing it and I think I am stealth, seen as a woman, just a weird, and unlikeable one...
My physical transformation looks good on paper, but if the internet could see the social one, people would chuckle.
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Reuben Sucklekit - Wed, 02 Jul 2014 22:15:50 EST ID:kTTNaH61 No.374741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374740
>That's one of my biggest problems, male aggression. AS soon as I was on the correct anti androgens I felt my anger dissipate, but there is that hardwired male aggression that pops up every now and then.

Ya its not even like a real thing for me. Iv never been in a fight or fronted or any of that shit. But i think about it and it makes me feel awkward. I haven't socially transitioned yet thoughso idk. But like as an example i played lacrosse for a few years and one time i just wrecked this kid with my shoulder as i was bringing the ball down the field. That stuff feels good to me. How do girls show confidence while still not acting like men.... it really hard for me to grasp especiallycausethey are always talking about how they need to act like men to men to get respect but if i do it i seem like a man. Ugh WTF.
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Cyril Crommergold - Wed, 02 Jul 2014 23:10:56 EST ID:qd35MRKb No.374747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
those dresses are so adorable, I'm gonna cry.
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Shitting Cranningcocke - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 00:06:30 EST ID:YvLcsOfi No.374750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374747
Mod cloth has a ton of nice dresses, shipping and duty sucks. Urban Outfitters is nice, also Free People has some pretty clothes too.
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Rebecca Croffingville - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 02:38:17 EST ID:ffi2jtGc No.374761 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If you physically pass, the sooner you stop worrying about every little detail the sooner everything will fall into place. Moving on from thinking like a tranny is probably more important than what "man things" you may still enjoy and do. You don't have to be anything LESS than "you" to socially pass. However, if you have this aura of "oh please don't notice me" and have all this worry about yourself it's noticeable. I've even clocked trannies myself because of this. Some of you folk have this look of "oh god no" and you just need to settle the fuck down and start slinking into what you're gonna be.

As far as male aggression, I can't relate. Anything in my pre-HRT life as far as behaviours went was false at best.

But, like I said if you physically pass, it's not THAT hard. Even your voice doesn't have to be perfect, you heard some woman right? Right. So if you don't sound too too bad, you're likely fine.

Fine as in, you don't sound like a gay man when you speak, or you aren't super deep. How you carry yourself in that conversation is super important, how you generally flow as you walk into a room, or gesture. These are all things that can come naturally. Stop sweating shit so much. If you carry yourself like nothing is wrong, it's unlikely anyone will perceive you as such when you are interacting. Confidence goes a hell of a long way. Fake it until you build it, it'll come naturally once you walk in those shoes for awhile.


if I ignore it ... maybe it will go away by Nathaniel Huppertog - Wed, 18 Jun 2014 00:06:42 EST ID:LeAibAU6 No.373855 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have made the decision not to transition because I do not think it will be possible for me to ever pass. Has anyone else taken this route? How do you cope with the regret and dysphoria?
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Charlotte Favinggold - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 16:17:10 EST ID:2o7oBapo No.374581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374578
Unless you're in your 40s your experience is irrelevant. Dysphoria gets worse as you age and I'm guessing you're in your mid 20s tops, which is still young.
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Basil Croddlefield - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 03:15:50 EST ID:PLco/4Sm No.374597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Everyone's different, but I feel like I should share that I was able to 'overcome' my feelings of wanting to transition.

I started crossdressing secretly in high school, and continued throughout college. Soon after I graduated, I got a job and moved out and then indulged heavily for like a year. Lots of makeup, shaving, wearing panties everyday, etc. Probably spent > $1000 on clothes/accessories. seriously considered going to a gender therapist. Then I had a short LDR with a girl who was very supportive. That eventually led to me looking at myself and accepting that being a feminine guy was what I 'really' wanted. and then I lost the motivation to continue shaving. and then I stopped wearing everyday. now I'm probably more manly than I ever have been and have very little urge to crossdress, maybe doing it a couple times a month. I don't feel suppressed at all.

So I guess my advice is to take it slow and figure out who you are, not who you fantasize about being, before making a decision.
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Henry Fepperpodge - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 12:39:20 EST ID:s+766aAu No.374610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374597
You're brave. I always expect these girls to be vicious towards us crossdressers. I enjoy both modes, and don't want to sacrifice one for the other. I take my gender in shifts. I do get dysphoria, but it doesn't really make me hate myself, I've got loads of other reasons to do that.
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Nathaniel Dumblewell - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 17:18:17 EST ID:sDC0ib4K No.374619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374597
inb4 it hits you back in the face
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Albert Bundock - Wed, 02 Jul 2014 23:00:21 EST ID:a6V0ckQw No.374746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374619
This kind of attitude is awful and I see it all the time here. Some people don't have to transition because they're not transgendered, that shouldn't upset anyone here. Maybe you didn't mean it quite like that, but every time someone posts something like "I don't think this is the path for me" there's always "OH YEAH WHEN YOU'RE 40 YOU'RE GONNA BE A HON FREAK CAUSE YOU CAVED FAGGOT" and it's insane. Other people not having to go through what you're going through shouldn't invalidate you to the point where you have to attack them.


The end. by Caroline Gimblehood - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 21:24:28 EST ID:0j5kBfyi No.374588 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Failed transitions, is suicide a understandable answer for someone who cant go back to being a man but also cant go on looking like a man in a dress?
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Hedda Gommerkat - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 13:52:06 EST ID:qt5BR2lU No.374676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm worse off than the OP. Unlike her, I don't pass at all. I'm 6'3" / 190 cm, with feet large enough that the only shoes that exist in my size are crossdresser shoes. I've been on hormones for 6 years, and they didn't do a whole lot. I don't even have the characteristic soft skin that you all got, which I don't understand. I'm seeing Richard Horowitz in at Cedars-Sinai for them, the same doctor as some other SoCal /cd/ people for are doing fine.

It doesn't look like FFS is possible for me. The problems with he way my jaws and teeth are misaligned mean that they actually would need to do reconstructive surgery on my face that would have somewhat of a *masculinizing* effect, from increasing the jaw size.

My dysphoria is terrible now. I'm shivering and crying in bed every morning trying to survive the pain. I want these...things hanging out of my crotch gone. I want a vagina, and boobs that don't look like manboobs. I want a face that doesn't make me shy away immediately and cry. Obviously, I'd never get through a real-life test.

I have money for whatever surgery; they just aren't capable of helping me. I don't see a reason for me to live. I see no future for myself. I see no potential for love - I don't want people touching me as male. I see no hope for fixing any of this.
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Phoebe Crammerfoot - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:27:44 EST ID:ffi2jtGc No.374680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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> is suicide a understandable answer

Nope. You just seem like a tiny minded petty mother fucker though. How were you granted skin and organs to survive this world? Seems like a waste of biological process resulting in a relatively useless organism. Maybe you should be Trans-Amoeba. You might be able to manage a single cell in this dark and oh-so-horrible world.

> 6'3" with feet the size of a mobile home
Get fat, I know it sounds stupid perhaps, but getting fat might round out all your features w/ hormones enough to mask them. Is a fat ugly ogre of a woman suitable or do you need to look like a cover model?... cuz that shit isn't happening for you. Make your choice because suicide is basically admitting you've exhausted all resources. Maybe you can look like Honey Boo Boo's Mom or something, she passes as a woman, someone has put their weiner in her vagina a few times for the sake of procreation. Dare to dream.
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John Murdwell - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 19:18:04 EST ID:9SbWmIze No.374699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374680
I've been both fat and slightly chubby in this time. Believe me; it hasn't helped. This is why I'm desperate =( I'm at work right now and just want to curl into a ball and cry. Coworkers are watching Belgium pwn us in São Paulo and I just don't care.

I have around $400,000 saved in a surgery fund and it just doesn't do me any good. What good is money if there is nothing you can buy with it that you want?

Friends say it's selfish for me to think about harming myself, but I see it the other way around. I'm in a lot of pain, yet they want me to stick around for their benefit, when they have no way to help me.
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Cedric Sizzlechodging - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 20:12:19 EST ID:ffi2jtGc No.374701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>374699
Help yourself, quit being a Sally Pissesherpants. You are selfish, but for different reasons. You couldn't care less what mess you leave behind, you the lamest motivation for it, Boo hoo you look like shit and literally sound like you don't really care to put much more into it. Maybe transition isn't for you. If it hasn't improved your life and only made shit worse maybe you should get off the mones and stabilize your emotions instead of eating tampons and crying about superficial garbage. Stop being committed to stupid decisions and do something else. If we're talking about you taking your own life or going in a completely different direction, it seems like you really HAVEN'T exhausted all your options. Embrace what you got naturally, fuck transition, it's not worth it if it's leading you suicidal. This is suppose to fix your life, not put it in a shambles.
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Nathaniel Wodgefoot - Wed, 02 Jul 2014 20:23:13 EST ID:gH2H5Bxh No.374734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374699
$400 000 ??? Omg... just give me $15 000 so I can do my GRS and you can do everything you want after !!!

Joking aside, I don't think it's bad of you to think about suicide. I think about it as an option too. But, I try to take it slowly, day after day, not to project myself in a dark future. It's all about living in the present not into any kind of dark fantasies. Before saying something failed, you should first go over with it ... Or, do the reverse thing: how would you do and think things right now if you were sure you cannot fail ... That's a nice one too :)

Anyways, don't let people bully you for feeling miserable. Eventually everyone goes through that phase at least once in life so they are just acting stupid, thinking that this will "save" you ... Just try and find something to change your negative thoughts with some positive ones... and perhaps this exercise will show you other ways to live a nice life ... who knows


Strength training? by Shitting Goodhood - Sat, 28 Jun 2014 17:25:08 EST ID:SAndXRte No.374545 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Maybe a weird question to be asking here, but any of you into lifting heavy things? I started recently (just with 10lbs free weights for now lol) but have fears that if I take it too far I'll get big. Still have testies, spiro and estradiol meds. Wish I'd though to ask my endo but now I won't see him until 2015.

It makes sense that we should all be doing squats with weights for dat ass but yeah. muscle.
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Betsy Sebblemat - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 20:34:45 EST ID:gH2H5Bxh No.374638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Well I'll tell you something weird :) I wasn't into "muscles"' before transition, like at all. But like most of the m2f I have a fucking male bone structure. I'm lucky cause I pass very nicely face-wise :) but my body is still quite androgynous. So I decided to turn this "flaw" into advantage. So I started to do Muay Thai and to tone my body. And guess what. Everyone thinks now that I have an "athletic body" because I do a lot of sport. And I still get hit on by lot of guys (and lot more at my gym cause there they think I've done lot of sport to have this body as a female ).
Of course you'll want just to tone .. so those male bones get a little bit of muscles just to make everyone think you have an athletic body :) Don't exaggerate cause you'll have to loose muscles after.

I'm 2 years into HRT and now fat is correctly redistributed. But of course I have shoulders larger than my hips. Now I feel more secure with my look, cause I'm not skinny anymore (so no one is asking things about my bone structure). I'm more close to the body of Gina Carano , and I'll try to get there one day.
So to answer your question .. yes, go with muscles but in a wise way. Don't over do it. Give yourself a goal and don't go further.
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Oliver Clenningtadging - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 21:09:14 EST ID:k3VSKhLw No.374639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374545
I was thinking about getting some 2 pound wieghts and doing squats with them lol.
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Jarvis Fannermutch - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 23:27:56 EST ID:kg0iB0d1 No.374640 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374638
(i'm not OP)
Actually, thanks for this. Not that I really want to look like a super athletic chick, but I guess when you put it this way, it does make it more bearable, not to mention more of a motivation to try getting toned
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David Sipperpure - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 09:58:54 EST ID:7hS2vbOv No.374661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374638
I'm pretty much at this point haha! I'm like fuck it yeah my arms are a bit muscly but I can almost get into it, I just look really atheletic. I did try to build muscle/be fit in general before though which is probably why I had so much/it's still there. It gives me nice thick thighs though and my butt is pretty alright, my calves are pretty large too actually haha but it totally works my legs are nice =P I haven't been working out my upper body at all but do exercise and try to keep thin/have tried to get my muscles down, while still working out my legs pretty good on and off. I just can't lay off the protein haha, I'm sure I could but I haven't so even though I actually lost weight at one point idk yeah. My muscles def have gotten smaller but def athletic looking for a girl. Posted about "athletic" looking body here >>373881 lol not to bring that post up again.
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Rebecca Niggerfuck - Wed, 02 Jul 2014 03:44:24 EST ID:bmhX7qPy No.374712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I actually bear a strong resemblance to Gina Carano, and resemble a hypothetical brother currently. I'm about her size and frame, with a mesomorphic build.

I'm 100% onboard with the muscle aspects as well. The fact is our frames are almost always more male than female, so if you starve yourself down you only exacerbate your skeletal differences.

Personally I'm doing a ton of endurance cardio with core and lower body exercises to dump my upper body muscle and maintain as much of my lower as possible. Once I dump the fat and muscle, I plan to add some fat back in a female pattern and slightly work my upper body to give the illusion that the slight width is due to muscles rather than bone structure.

Look at most crossfit girls. The serious ones have wide shoulders, and upon close examination it's mostly due to muscle. If you add just enough to hide the bones people will look at you the same way.


Cosplay... by Isabella Worthingspear - Fri, 27 Jun 2014 20:38:10 EST ID:ojq9gSWw No.374498 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok so I'm going to cosplay Junko... But I need some... Chest influence...

I've been eating like a slob for a couple weeks so I have cleavage... The problem is I am too chicken to go into Victoria's Secret alone...

Am I being a bitch? Or should I ask a female friend to help me get the most stuffy bra I can get?
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Phineas Lightbury - Sat, 28 Jun 2014 20:18:09 EST ID:CiqQl2Wi No.374556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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There was a time where my cis roommate was too lazy to do laundry, and she didn't have enough clean underwear to keep up with all of her other clean clothing, so she kept going back to victoria's secret every week or so and stocked up with those bundle deals.

She now has like infinite panties and regrets it. She showed me once, I think she actually owns more thongs than I do articles of clothing.

>mfw
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Betsy Deddlegold - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 04:33:15 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.374565 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>374552

>too funny

pic related
>Lamborghini owners are the type of people who have boyfriends and wear thongs compared to aristocratic Ferrari owners.
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Albert Chodgebanks - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 09:36:16 EST ID:ojq9gSWw No.374659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374511

The quality difference between a walmart bra and a vs bra is negligible, its just that Ive seen a VS push bra in comparison and a standard one and it gives that extra bit of lift.

Also I've been doing crunches since and now am almost back to a rock hard chest haha.

Also It turns out it would cost more than I'd like to assemble such a costume, and that I was recently gifted a suit by my boss, and it is REALLY nice. so I'll just go buy some raybans and find my prop deagles and be a secret agent or something.
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Albert Chodgebanks - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 09:46:35 EST ID:ojq9gSWw No.374660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>374659

Heh, heres my old iD photo, so I'm nor neck or beard at this point.
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Shitting Mumblehall - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 18:17:38 EST ID:pqZB2X2t No.374696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374660
I remember this pic. How do you look now? Are you on mones?


Lesbian Stories : TransgirlxCisgirl Edition by Simon Smallman - Tue, 10 Jun 2014 18:00:48 EST ID:3SXIUJXm No.373335 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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MTF here. Can anyone who has experience in a lesbian relationship with a cisgirl tell us about it?

Feel free to post whatever you want. I'm highly curious on what types of cisgirls choose to date MTF individuals whether you met for a one night stand or are in an ongoing relationship. Tell us your story!

Do you sometimes feel like a token transgender friend she's just with to pass the time until she moves on to a "real man"? Basically what I'm trying to say is: fag hag, or not? (to put it bluntly, do you think she likes you for you?).

Or is it less of a fling and more of a full time thing? Did you maybe used to be boyfriend and girlfirend and she stuck with during your transition because love does not know gender?

I'm interested in a diversity of stories. Just keep it TransgirlxCisgirl. Feel free to post whatever you want about this though, and I'll make a thread about TransgirlxTransgirl and CisgirlxCisgirl later. Lastly, please excuse any ignorance I might have displayed, as I have absolutely noooooo experience in these sorts of relationships. Just trying to get the conversation started! <3

Pic unrelated?
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Phoebe Crammerfoot - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 13:54:13 EST ID:ffi2jtGc No.374677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>373335
I've dated a lot of cis women in my time. There is no "type" I've noticed, I've been with gay girls and bi girls, I avoid straight girls as they tend to idealize and have that "best of both worlds" bullshit in their head. I never felt like the "token transgirl", I've been with women who had kids, been soccer mom #2 for awhile, did school meetings, activities, field trips, etc. I don't live as "a trans girl", just a girl. Have been treated as such in all areas.

Women I've had sex with have been rather accepting and understand with not trying to make it seems like "dude sex" with boobs, cuz really it's not. I've never had a "fling" with a woman while I was transitioning. My longest relationships are 7 years, 3 years and another 3 years (one with kid). I absolutely loved being Mommy #2, I wish the relationship worked out forever but she had become kinda self-loathing and was always on about how I deserved better but I was really happy and didn't agree. We didn't separate for anything "trans related", I just think she was suffering depression and let it effect everything, even her relationship with her kid as she started to put up a divider there too.

I've actually only had transition be a problem in a relationship with the LAST relationship I had before transition and it was a matter of "missing who I was" kinda thing and she had no intention of moving away, she still hasn't moved from that area and it's been like erm, 11 years? I dunno. Awhile let's say. To say the least, I understand. You get attached to somebody and they're uneasy about letting them go even if they are really still "there" but you know, not "there" too. No hard feelings, we still talk and are friends.

The girl I'm in a relationship with now is cool. We never talk about trans stuff, there is really no need. I don't have gender dysphoria anymore as transition did rightfully correct that feeling and it's really been a LONG friggen time since I started. If I'm not in the "mode" now and really a LONG time ago, I probably would never be. So t…
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Fanny Niggerway - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:07:52 EST ID:CiqQl2Wi No.374678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374677

How old are you? Just curious, interesting read.
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Phoebe Crammerfoot - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:10:15 EST ID:ffi2jtGc No.374679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>374678
38 this year, ageless. Still get carded for alcohol, heck, even computer air.

Thanks long term effects of estrogen.
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Fanny Niggerway - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:34:18 EST ID:CiqQl2Wi No.374681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>374679>>374679

Well that's good. A good friend of mine is 39 and looks 10 years younger if he doesn't shave. I'm going to be 22 soon and definitely don't look it. Weird how that works.

I wish I could just be in my 30s already. I want to be all grown up and comfortable, not a broke 21 year old trying to figure out an education.
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Phoebe Crammerfoot - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:49:58 EST ID:ffi2jtGc No.374686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>374681
People generally guess 20-23 for my age. Yeah, hormones are certainly magic in the long run when it comes to aging. Still get attention from young women. My gf is newly 20yo. We started going out when she was 18. We just get along, can't say much more to that. Doesn't feel like a huge age gap is between us, we enjoy a lot of the same things and a lot of different things. I've introduced her to a lot of 80s/90s kinda stuff that she thinks is totally rad so we've had a lot of sharing and enjoying of things we grew up with which keeps us interesting I think. We're on two sides of a spectrum that have a lot of room to share new and different stuff from eachother's perspective.

I don't specifically go for younger women, I've dated older too. I just flow with whatever fits in. I'm not unaccepting of people based on age, I know better. One gf did get upset though that some people asked if I was her kid and we weren't THAT far apart. It made me laugh, but not so much her. Felt bad.


pulling advice by Nell Mobberbanks - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 09:29:05 EST ID:Zos+LEiv No.374570 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hello i am FTM and i recently got surgery
but sometimes when i pull on it so hard i rip the skin
how can i fix this?
thank you very much
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Jenny Crorrychick - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 12:14:35 EST ID:yHJn4qw3 No.374576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374575
like how not to rip the skin by using someone else's mouth
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Sidney Trotbury - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 04:58:00 EST ID:Y9oF64Ch No.374601 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just wait dude! Give it some time to heal. Try using some cream on the scars once there is no exposed flesh on the wound - stuff for pregnancy stretch marks and stuff is good as it will reduce swelling and visible scars
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Phyllis Sangershit - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:38:07 EST ID:BFZvdtwd No.374682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>374601
this was a good advice
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John Fablingchit - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:41:20 EST ID:kQ/Udr/p No.374684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS NOWHERE
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Sidney Bunfoot - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:44:52 EST ID:TI48SRC8 No.374685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have heard of this new vacuum treatment. Ask your doctor about it.


Starting Progesterone and dutasteride by Cornelius Deddlestone - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 07:54:42 EST ID:uZ3nVKb9 No.374657 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I got on "official" hrt through a doctor who discovered that I was taking diy hrt and she prescribed them to me. The legal route in my country requires a one year real-life experience normally and my therapist is not amused that i got on them moens. I'm still trying to find a doc who prescribes me the moens dfurther but it should be easier when I got a script once.

But I want to take finasteride and progesterone too (I'm about 6 months in) and most doctors I talked to won't prescribe them because they don't do anything according to them. But I want hair regrowth and the best breast growth possible. So I ordered MIcrogest 200mg not knowing that I can't split the capsules and Dutasteride.

Should I start now with Microgest 200mg and cycle it or start with only 100mg?

According to this link finasteride is bad: http://forums.eunuch.org/showthread.php?25832-Finasteride-Dutasteride-show-altered-levels-of-neuroactive-steroids-in-cerebrospinal

I'm taking Androcur and Gynokadin Gel and my levels are fine. Would this be enough for hair growth or is it better with Dutasteride?
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Cedric Cringercocke - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 10:33:34 EST ID:gWXtP9F3 No.374662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374657
Generally, I wouldnt start with prog before the one-year mark. it rises in natal females in the later stages of puberty anway. the general argumentation, as far as I know, is that progesterone IF it does something, takes effect when you reach T stage 3 or 4 and helps you reaching 5. though it seems like theres no guarantee.
apart from that. there is little chance that it does anything.


define hair regrowth. you can regain stuff you lost through male pattern baldness, but you usually cant fix stuff like window peaks with it.

My endo is also of the oponion, that finasteride isnt worth it, though she chemically castrates all her patients anyway, which should greatly reduce DHT in them anyway, so I am not sure.
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Cornelius Deddlestone - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 12:37:17 EST ID:uZ3nVKb9 No.374669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374662

Idk in what tanner stage I am. I don't even know what size I am lol. Probably an A-Cup but there weren't much nipple changes. I started in January with estrogen aleone so I'm about 4-5 months on "proper" hrt with AAs and higher dosage of estrogen. When do nipple changes occur? I only have slightly bigger areolas and nipples are more erect but that's about it...

How long should I take Progesterone and how much? Is starting with 100mg safer? It reads that I should take it for the last 12 days of a 28 day cycle..

>define hair regrowth.

Well I think I have widow peaks and everybody tells me my hairline is fine but I think it's a little bit too high and my hair is too short for bangs right now. But I think I wait a little longer if I get some regrowth with androcur and estrogen alone. Should take it's time as far as I know.

thx


title by Fucking Hevingfatch - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 04:12:41 EST ID:LUKYnu3Z No.374650 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Apologies for this monstrous post, but I'd prefer to get everything out on the table to get the most extensive feedback I can.

First transgender thoughts stared at 13 i.e. "Life would be so much easier/I would enjoy life so much more if I were a girl". Didn't say anything to my parents, friends etc. because I thought it was totally out of the "question" (with being autistic was probably petrified of further social rejection too).

Fast forward 3 years, I get a sweater/jumper for christmas. I pull the sleeves up over my hands so I could only see my nails and the ends of my fingers and it looked so so feminine. I thought to myself in that moment, "I could be female if I really wanted to" and continued to follow those thoughts while - unusually - was void of any feelings of dysphoria. I would comically refer to this as my "pre-trans-prime" as I see it/experienced it because it was new, fresh, it felt so clear and I was >>"THIS"<< close to spilling the beans at one point, but of course my mind put it's walls up and started to think it might have been a "phase", or that I was born male for a reason.

From then on I did my best to embrace my femininity despite the self-defeating thoughts, doing everything I could to be who I wanted and do what I wanted; eradicating fear of rejection in any and all areas. I started to write out a letter (for obvious reasons) that would go out to all of those who were close to me, it's been scrapped a few times, but I still have the latest draft.

Present-day: 19 in July and I'm still letting my decisions be dictated by thoughts like "What if I'm wrong about all this?", but the best thing is, I don't feel like I'm striving to be female anymore, I just feel like I've been steadily uncovering more and more of my true self that was always there.

My current concern though, is time. I would imagine that the longer I take to prepare, the smoother my transition would be, however, the sooner I transition the less time my male biology will have to "set-in" which would hopefully make passing slightly easier.

Overall Thoughts? :3
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Matilda Benderridge - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 06:49:25 EST ID:PJDYpJLh No.374653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude just take some skittles, there's a negligible benefit to waiting. I could have started 4 years ago, and even though I was already past puberty, at least I would have been done by now.

If this is what you want, waiting won't help. It's taken me a while to get substantial boobs, but even now I can hide them with some effort. You don't need to prepare for anything. Transition will give you all the time you need and maybe a lot more.
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Ebenezer Grimwill - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 07:16:23 EST ID:t+AFKXsi No.374655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>374653
This

There really isnt a reason to wait before taking hormones if you want to transition anyway + getting from a doctor takes a lot of time you can use to evaluate your situation and prepare your transition


I'll probably have to them by Ebenezer Niggerson - Sat, 28 Jun 2014 14:48:44 EST ID:4YIYqNaF No.374536 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Mfw my mom tells to lift my shirt
>shes was a nurse
>"are you taking hormones?"
>"no, am not"
>she asks the same question over and over, and tries to have a talk with me, for 15 mins
>she warns that shes going to search my room
>shes going to take me and my grandma out for dinner today

I'll have to tell them, there's no escaping this. Any help please?
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Phineas Lightbury - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 16:20:31 EST ID:CiqQl2Wi No.374582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>374536

So did anything happen at dinner?
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Henry Clayson - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 18:03:51 EST ID:lIX2qBcv No.374583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I will admit, I almost want this to happen to me. I want to be open with my close family members, but I'm too scared. It's quite the push, though, that's for sure.
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Rebecca Bardwater - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 18:20:23 EST ID:uZ3nVKb9 No.374584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
my parents act like nothing is going on although my mom discovered my mones and my boobs are getting noticeable. Don't know how to deal with this. They are really trying hard to avoid the topic...
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Martha Sattingsture - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 18:27:54 EST ID:6jtDXtsV No.374585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think that if you make this life changing decision to take hormones your parents deserve to know.
And if your mom is like i dont want you to wear female cothes tell her to stop wearing trousers. Because women dont do that.
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Betsy Fuggledudge - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 01:03:02 EST ID:DEQDwZzL No.374643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well, OP, how was your dinner? Don't leave us hanging, y'all work things out, or what?


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