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Blocks/Hangups .... by Beatrice Seggleshit - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 04:43:11 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.380499 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a bit of a problem I suppose that a fair amount of people will be able to sympathize with. It comes in two 'stages' I suppose:

  1. I have a lot of mental hangups and blocks in regards to ... y'know, being me. It's all (I would wager) because my dad was super homophobic when I was a kid and I've done WONDERS in getting over a LOT of these but I .... I'm impatient because I'm 28 and want to make more progress, faster. How do you all get the courage to do stuff, such as going out and buying clothes, or trying out makeup for the first time?

2. I feel A LOT will sympathize with this one but...

I fear that I won't turn out well. That I won't pass and in the end I'll turn out like some half-gendered freak that can barely get through society without 75% of the onlookers gawking. I worry that I am just setting myself up for even MORE unhappiness and sorrow whereas if I just stayed as I am ... yeah, life would suck. I'd be trapped in a body I loathe and despise, betrayed by my own thoughts.

But ... I've been dealing with that for 28 years now. I feel ... more pro at dealing with that than not being able to interact with the world as the girl I feel I am or the depression that I feel I will get when I realize at the point of no-return that I won't turn out as a girl but rather some in-between .... thing.

Any advice?
Lillian Bottingnitch - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 05:23:51 EST ID:Ruy3nqW/ No.380501 Ignore Report Quick Reply
  1. I can relate. My dad was pretty homophobic as well growing up, did a lot of... well I wouldn't say damage. Or maybe I should? I'm getting away from the issue; My best friend's girlfriend has taught me a lot about makeup and she's given me a lot of clothes. Basically, get a friend to help you out. Easier said then done, I know. Hard to come out of the shell. Gotta start somewhere though. Baring a friend, pinterest. Seriously. As much as I hate to admit it, pinterest is a treasure trove of resources. And talk about the most girly site on the net.

2. You've gotta decide something. Do you want to solve your issues by dealing with the problems? Or by avoiding them? It boils down to that for your choices. You seem to be in a pretty dark place emotionally, so I'll ask you this: Which outcome is worse? Why and how? What can you do to prevent it?

This is a shitty card to be dealt, all this trans shit. In a heart beat I'd trade it all just for some stability. Not having to question existence would be fucking SUBLIME. All that said, you play with what you've got. If you can't/won't transition then you've got to really come to terms with what being trans means to you. It doesn't have to be full force 100% one or the other. Right now I'm presenting as a guy out and about and wearing girl's clothing when I'm at home. For me, I don't really feel the need to present as a woman. I have a lot of responsibilities I have to juggle and it doesn't leave a lot of wiggle room. Do I wish I could just be a woman? Fuck yes, that'd be great. But I've got to be realistic about my goals and desires and for me that means doing little things that only I'll know about. Pluck my eyebrows, keep clean shaven, really take care of my looks, etc. I'm even thinking about being more fashionable, in my own way.

What I'm trying to get at is this; find your happy medium. A wise man once said the middle path is more serene (sic). If that means transition, excellent. If it doesn't, excellent. Transgenderism is incredibly personal. Make it your own! I believe in you!
Esther Nollerville - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 23:08:26 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.380517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>Which outcome is worse? Why and how? What can you do to prevent it?

In the end, I think that my best chance at happiness is to transition which is why I'm even here, why I'm seeing a therapist, why I have an appointment for hormones, why I am trying (WITHOUT SUCCESS) to voice train. So far the voice training is what is wearing me down the most ... all this watching and making weird noises for NOTHING.

But in the end I feel based on having these thoughts since I can remember, that transitioning is my best chance even if it's ... a fairly remote chance at that, of being happy. I wonder if I'll ever be able to be happy, honestly.

>> Not having to question existence would be fucking SUBLIME.

This, a million fucking times this.

>>What I'm trying to get at is this; find your happy medium. A wise man once said the middle path is more serene (sic).

My happy medium would be interacting with the world as I feel, I don't feel that's achievable. I know I'm horribly pessimistic so I don't know if it's my negativity or what.

Also, fairly certain that's Buddhist.
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Getting by by Lillian Bottingnitch - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 05:56:12 EST ID:Ruy3nqW/ No.380502 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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/cd/, I want to say I'm sorry. I've been lurking (posting here and there) for a few years now, dealing with my issues on my own. I'm finally at a healthy point in regards to my identity, or at least I'm really close.

But there have been times when I've just been so pissed off about this whole ordeal. "Why can't I be a regular guy? Who's going to love me?" kind of crap. I've posted vitriol and criticisms of people and just plain been bitchy. And I don't want to do that any more. I'm sick of all this internal drama. I'm turning 25 soon and I just want to fucking relax. So I'm doing a few things for myself. The details aren't important, but this post plays into it. Call it acceptance. Or maybe I'm making peace internally through an external means. I digress.

/cd/, I'm sorry I've been a bitch. I hope you all find your peace and happiness, whatever that means for you.
Nathaniel Cheblingtet - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 14:11:08 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.380513 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Congrats nerd
we forgive you
Doris Grandhood - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 20:40:02 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.380515 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yep its common dw,

>there's always one

gender fluid, gender blur, gender queer by Nell Gusslenit - Mon, 22 Sep 2014 21:05:31 EST ID:sCreyMz0 No.378624 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm physically female. I present myself as male or female depending on how I feel that day. I see my trans friends changing voices and growing or losing hair and muscle, sometimes I'm a little jealous of their ability to just know which gender they are. at the same time I like my ability to be androgynous.

anybody else like me out there?
any quick tips on switching genders day to day? me, i either wear tight pants and a bra or baggy pants and boots. most of the time people use the correct pronoun for the gender i'm trying to be.

i'm trying to improve my fashion sense...
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Beatrice Lightham - Tue, 04 Nov 2014 11:02:13 EST ID:AIrf8RBL No.380439 Ignore Report Quick Reply

So you have absolutely no dissociative tendencies, as a transwoman?

Sorry about your body not being right, but at least you have a winning personality ~<3
Ian Cripperson - Wed, 05 Nov 2014 12:46:25 EST ID:NXz/9Kn4 No.380479 Ignore Report Quick Reply
there's a huuuuge difference between gender dysphoria and sex dysphoria, and between passing and non passing trans people. and i think that most genderqueer people are simply uncomfortable with their ascribed gender (which is no wonder, gender is a rigid and cold thing) and i think it's a way to identify out of a gender without being critical of the system. i think most AFAB people feel this deeply as they have been socialized with femininity from birth. and a lot of AMAB people do it to get out of their position of male-hood and male roles but end up not accountable for their privelege, even though everyone sees them as and treats them as male. people with sex dysphoria are actually uncomfortable with their body (similar to body dysmorphia) and seek to change that. and then there are people like me who thought they were trans, decided full time is a big commitment, thought they were genderqueer, decided that gender is oppressive, and now take hormones as a gender-nonconforming AMAB individual.

Passing / stealth transwomen are important i believe because no one even knows theyre trans. theyre treated as a cis girl and thus have little male roles in their day to day life. as shitty as it is for non-passing women, they are seen by most people as gender-nonconforming men and i think that's very different from passing or stealth trans people. the opposite goes for trans men. they do not get male privilege until they are actually passing, and face blatant misogyny up until that point. these are very different issues, and i think it's important for all gender-nonconforming people (and people alike) to stand in solidarity against gender and oppression but individual issues are very different.
Simon Suttingbanks - Wed, 05 Nov 2014 13:14:35 EST ID:A/lpQXM1 No.380480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't see anything wrong with male and female roles in society. If you don't identify as either role then that's fine too. But there is nothing wrong with wanting to be binary female. A lot of queer groups I've been to are like "fight the power" hate society and want to revamp it. And then they bring up the whos more trans arguement its fucking bs.
David Hedgestuck - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 01:23:19 EST ID:NXz/9Kn4 No.380498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
for the most part, and in nearly all food producing societies, women have been relegated to domestic work while men handle economic work. this for one weakens the social and political power of women in industrial and tribal cultures alike. because AFAB people generally have the ability to reproduce (and in food producing societies, they can have 1 child per year - quite a bit), they are often nursing children and taking care of domestic matters. this happens because food production relies on labor and the more hands you have the more prosperous you are. this division of labor by sex is the basis for gender, and therefore notions of masculinity and femininity in our culture. because women and femininity are not valued as equal to males and masculinity, it's important to be critical of gender and the oppression it perpetuates.

there is absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to be a binary female, this is simply a change in physiology. what is important to note, however, is the treatment of women and men in our culture vary greatly and unfortunately for most trans people (trans men and women alike) people tend to judge based on appearance and whatever sex you are perceived as determines how you're going to be treated. this is true from birth. trans men and women (afab and amab) have very little in common, they grow up very differently and face gender in very different ways. i think it's important not to say who is 'more trans' (dysphoria is the real head of being trans and it is very personal) but to talk about gender as it affects all people and how to create a world in which people are not prescribed a gender, masculine or feminine, from birth (in reality masculine and feminine traits are common to all people and personalities and are independent of sex). this is polarizing and enforces oppression.
Whitey Nendermune - Tue, 11 Nov 2014 06:32:19 EST ID:qODscksn No.380638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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jeez by Phineas Branderstone - Sun, 26 Oct 2014 14:09:58 EST ID:ReQb3Z3M No.380136 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I love you guys and all, but this thread and other trans spaces in general can get really depressing fast- which I understand completely and I've definitely contributed to that vibe before, but... Is there anyone out there who's transitioned (or is in the process of) and is really satisfied about how things are going? Any success stories? It's just really hard to keep moving forwards when half of what I hear are horror stories. Any uplifting moments lately?
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Simon Fipperfoot - Tue, 04 Nov 2014 05:47:18 EST ID:ER8M+sZf No.380437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My life to date: High school drop out -> Math PhD student

Started transition right before the second year of grad school (23 y/o). I'm a bit more than a year deep into it. I've lost nearly 90 pounds (253 -> 167) since starting, and I'll probably lose another 30 before I'm satisfied. People tell me I pass and that I look good, and it's true that people always gender me as a female, but I still think I'm obviously trans. Managed to save 11k over the last year by living cheaply and was recently given 12k as a gift from biological father who I've only recently started having a relationship with. So I'm going to be getting FFS soon (mainly for brow bossing). My voice is also pretty good after 6-7 months of working at it.

I'm not quite where I want to be yet, but I see the light at the end of the tunnel now. Lately, I've felt a lot like transition is just going to be a small, mild speed bump in my 20s and I'll be past it soon.
Phoebe Drummlewack - Tue, 04 Nov 2014 17:39:24 EST ID:5et7xWZF No.380451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's awesome!

OP here, glad this thread kind of took off haha, it's definitely encouraging to see results that are further along sometimes, rather than being stuck in my own head all the time
Alice Suggleman - Tue, 04 Nov 2014 23:44:37 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.380463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Did I see your profile on OKCupid? You look slightly familiar, I think? Maybe I've just seen one of your pics previously here on /cd/...
Alice Suggleman - Wed, 05 Nov 2014 00:38:02 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.380465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, nevermind, I think I probably saw your pic in the last passing thread.
Reuben Cheshworth - Wed, 05 Nov 2014 00:39:11 EST ID:4c9xpNHu No.380466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Could be either. I have that pic on my okc and I've posted in some of the previews passing threads.

transgenderism by Edwin Pinnerchack - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 10:58:07 EST ID:459yK7rO No.379977 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i wondered what you guys thought about this:
the author seems to have no particular malice and does have a point. personally i have no problem with trannies but i dont understand it and i dont want to harm anyone while thinking im supporting them.
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Henry Sanninghure - Tue, 04 Nov 2014 12:05:08 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.380441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>uses us as their shield

fuck off straight boy nobody is buying it
Beatrice Worthingson - Tue, 04 Nov 2014 12:57:24 EST ID:p7CMr6YE No.380443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm two years into hrt and have had a very loving boyfriend since April, planning on having minor ffs around february. It's stupid to generalize anyone that doesn't agree with you.
Henry Sanninghure - Tue, 04 Nov 2014 13:32:58 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.380444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
oh so you're just a dumbass who bought a hate movement's astroturfing then, that's so much better
Thomas Pembleson - Tue, 04 Nov 2014 14:51:53 EST ID:jhTux7kA No.380445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Actually, it's about ethics in game journalism.

Nell Pundlepire - Tue, 04 Nov 2014 23:18:32 EST ID:p7CMr6YE No.380462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Believe whatever you want, I just want videogames to be videogames. Gonna stick with Nintendo since they got the right idea so far.

Media always represents us as lauras playgrounders by Caroline Drommleshit - Tue, 28 Oct 2014 21:21:00 EST ID:F+6ih6HD No.380247 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am sorry but I am sick of nearly every fucking representation in the media regarding trans issues defaulting to the "man in the dress" trope. Case in point, the new show Transparent. There are countless other shows and movies that do this as well. Dallas buyers club is another example, and look at jakes gylenhauls attitude after filming. He clearly still didn't get it even after playing rayon. He basically played her like a drag queen.

How often are young trans people represented? Never. How often are transwoman that pass well represented? Never. It gives an inaccurate view of the trans community, and I think at the best makes people just patronize us. Whether the PC mainstream says so or not, they still think of us as freaks. Or maybe golf clap worthy for our "bravery" being ourselves.

I am not trying to offend anyone, I just want a more accurate representation, instead of constantly being thrown into the lauras playground stereotype.
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Charlotte Bibblehadging - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 19:06:48 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.380321 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I didn't even know transitioning was a possibility. I hid all my female attributes because of a homophobic father, never got to really have friends who might've introduced me because I have moved more times than I am old. It's a weird place to be. If I had learned of this when I was younger, you bet your fucking ass I'd have done that. I fucking hate that I figured this shit out so late and that's also one of the reasons I struggle with it because I wonder if I will ever be able to go around life as a girl or as some half-gendered freak...


Pretty much. I use information as a crutch and I hate jumping into a pool or taking leaps of faith. It took me the better part of 3 years to even admit to myself that I was transgendered and I wasn't just another 'AGP' male. (Fucking hate that term, accounts for a LOT of confusion.)


Ditto to 307. I wish I had jumped on it sooner but it's also due to lack of funds, ex-wife, kid, moving, lack of jobs. There's a lot of hurdles to get over when you're not 18 and have no debts, burdens or issues to deal with except those that life is JUST now throwing at you. (Not saying it isn't hard, just it might be easier in ways. ^_~)

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Beatrice Pesslebark - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 03:54:29 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380350 Ignore Report Quick Reply

You need to give kids more credit, they are just as up to speed as you are, they can use google, they can use tumblr, they can use circlejerk. they can go onto youtube and look at countless videos.

Kids these days, can legit google "i want to be a girl" and not get lauras playground as the top result. that is progress. because when i was 13 and i googled "i want to be a girl" or "i think i am a girl" or "crossdressing" every result was creepy as fuck.
Beatrice Pesslebark - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 03:57:55 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380351 Ignore Report Quick Reply

you have a kid? i hope you give your child more attention than you give yourself.

sorry if that comes off as being bitchy, but im not a fan of people who transition after having kids
Hamilton Sezzlefield - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 01:57:02 EST ID:s8xeCVjg No.380401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i just realized in my OP I said jake gyllenhaal when I meant jared leto -_-
Shitting Bimmleshit - Mon, 03 Nov 2014 08:03:24 EST ID:lB4wzlBx No.380426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nah, to me its the other way round, mainly because KIm's jaw reminds me of David Coulthard (not in size, just shape)

Not the not passing bit, the Drag Queen-esque fetish freak bit

no MEDICAL way to transition, social transition was possible (but very rare, understandable given the bravery needed to do it without any support), as long as you didn't act like a spoilt rich teen and get ultra-murdered by the praetorian guard

the new generation are fine, it the ones that hit adulthood a few years ago that are fucked, we never had any of this guidance but we arn't late transitioners/hons, just some representation of a trans 20-something would be nice

its fine, without context I cant tell them apart

I'm too sensitive to other people. by Matilda Brodgetatch - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 12:09:00 EST ID:rUMKG9Wt No.380412 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I stop other people's feelings about my transition from affecting me?

And I'm not talking about bigoted or discriminating feelings. I'm talking about feelings of tragedy and heartbreak. Everyone I know is heartbroken by my transition. Even guys and girls I didn't really know.

As a little backgroung, I was the type of guy who was very attractive - attractive enough to have girls exclaim "omg he's so hot!" among themselves. I'm not even making this up. Cashiers would always stutter when I talked to them and a lot of times I get free extra shit at drive through just by asking for it if it was a chick at the pick up window.

The other day I went to a Wal Mart I used to frequent and I went in girl mode. I went to a cashier I recognized, and when she recognized, she became really sad. Her face contorted and she couldn't hide her frown. She looked down the whole time as she scanned my items.

I felt soooooo bad. I don't even know her, she doesn't even know me. Imagine how the people closes to me felt?


This is coming out like a tumblr vent, so post coping strategies and similar situations I guess to contribute.
Walter Horringfuck - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 12:48:35 EST ID:9ER63ei6 No.380413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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who even knows

i mean, we're talking about one single person here. Not to mention how well put together or catastrophic your getup couldve possibly been. The only "coping" mechanism i can think of is to not put so much stock in the reaction of a single person (or many, for that matter) and more importantly, not to get so caught up overthinking it in your head

if it bugged you that much you shouldve really just asked her what the dillio was, but i realise you mightve been feeling a bit withdrawn and self-conscious in your current state

i know its complex - the truth is there is still a fair amount of stigma and preconceptions regarding transsexuals. People might not necessarily even dislike or mistrust you, but rather be afraid for either you becoming something "other" than the person they know and love, or you becoming something that other people will want to hate and abuse, even if they dont feel that way themselves

in a sort of self-actualising prophecy, a lot of people will assume that others will treat transsexuals badly, and mistrust them. Causing a discomfort when dealing with trannies to actually actualise itself. Its like the classic "oh, id hire you..but the customers might have a problem" bullshit when looking for a job. Without even realising it people are feeding the prejudice they believe themselves to be outside of

the best example you can set is to show conviction in your decision (if you indeed have it) by proving that your life is better and you are a happier person having transition - rather than screwing yourself out of a half-decent future like some people might suppose will be the case
Charlotte Wublingchudging - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 17:08:03 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.380417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this happens allot - esp family. Even if they take it well/accept it; get ready for a long period of "you were gonna be so good as a guy" type deals.

ugh its shit and you have to remember its their problem. also its hard to say because yes anyone seeing you as a different person like that is gonna be hard and scary? better to go with a friend who supports you. Better to move all together, but also maybe you looked embarrassing?

Were u wearing a wig?
was ur beard showing?
were u wearing heels to buy grocery's?
Albert Pessledock - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 18:35:27 EST ID:NVWTP9nw No.380420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You are telling us your current problem is that you are so hot as a guy that a cashier that you do not know recognised you as your male self and couldn't look you in the eye because she was so heartbroken/thought it was a tragedy because you were no longer being a male?

You don't think she was having a hard time looking you in the eye because she felt uncomfortable or didn't know how to interact with you or something like this?


Well either way that sounds weird and I can actually empathise with the feeling of not liking the change of how people see you in some ways but perhaps you can alleviate these issues for yourself by considering that a lot of attractive males of a certain disposition also look attractive as a female. So long as you are not the uber rugged gruff attractive male type you should be OK and with a little adjustment can be the female equivalent to the aesthetic masterpiece that you currently are.

Questions of Forehead Recontouring, and FFS in general by David Crocklechut - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 06:47:42 EST ID:xh6USJyo No.380403 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had FFS like 12 days ago, and I'm happy with it, except for my forehead.

I went to Bart, and during the pre-op consultation he said I only needed a type 2. I protested a bit about it, but he reassured me that my brow bossing was mild and it'd be insane to do a type 3 on my forehead, a type 2 would be enough, and that he'd do a type 3 if he needed to. So I agreed, still a bit upset about it, because I didn't think he could remove enough with a type 2.
Then now I see that my forehead does have issues that I was afraid it would have. The shape in profile is fine I suppose, maybe not quite as flat as I would've liked, but it's fine. The big issue is the shape of my forehead if you look from straight above me (and I'd look straight ahead). There you'd see my forehead have a ) shape, which is male. A female has her forehead shaped ] where the outer side of her eye sockets project/protrude about as much as the middle of her forehead.

So what I would like to know is if I'm asking for the impossible, to reshape my forehead to a female forehead, to a ] shape... Or if I could've had it done if only he had agreed to do a type 3?
(Bonus question, I had seen a youtube video of a thailand girl who had a rhinoplasty, and in her nose the surgeon put in a plastic shape thing. I didn't think bart put in those, but my nose tip is very rigid in the up down movement, which could end up annoying, so do I have one of those plastic shape thingies in my nose?)
Lillian Fandock - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 08:16:18 EST ID:9SiHVnDn No.380405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You said it was only 12 days ago, so perhaps things will be more to your liking in a few months when you've had time to heal up.

Perhaps you did need a type 3 though. Perhaps you could discuss this, and your original concerns with Dr Bart and he might offer a revision? I don't see why it wouldn't be possible to do what you wanted.

It's good that you say you're generally happy with it though.
David Crocklechut - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 08:32:17 EST ID:xh6USJyo No.380406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I need to know if it's possible before I discuss it with Bart, so I know I can ask for what I want. Most swelling should be gone now, the swelling leaves the upper face pretty quickly, so I'm quite sure what I'm seeing is more or less exactlu what I'll end up with.

I really do hope he'll do a revision.... If what I'm asking for is possible, obviously.

InHousePharmacy + Entropay = Fail by Nigger Ficklebury - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 01:17:10 EST ID:ROcX6KU9 No.379846 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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IHP keeps rejecting my Entropay card. Anyone else here experiencing this? I talked to their customer support, and they whitelisted my card. Yet it still doesn't work.

What should I do? Are there any other decent sites to get my meds?
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Wesley Perringlurk - Wed, 29 Oct 2014 13:56:15 EST ID:Yrd/mqm6 No.380277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Did this work for anyone else?
Jack Bozzlefeck - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 01:31:24 EST ID:MHC5WJs7 No.380299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They will take western unions to their employee in Vanuatu, you just have to get a hold of them via their support emails or their phone service. They shouldn't need a script for doing it that way.

It's an extra 20-30 buck for the international WU, but if you're SOL on payment options due to rejected cards or w/e, it gets the job did. They're bending over backwards for customer service since their profits have plummeted due to prescriptions being "necessary".
Jack Bozzlefeck - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 01:39:13 EST ID:MHC5WJs7 No.380302 Ignore Report Quick Reply

IHP changes card processors every couple of months. Most peoples payment issues stem from this because each one they switch to shits on the half it was working for to make it work for the half it wasn't.
Jack Bozzlefeck - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 01:42:24 EST ID:MHC5WJs7 No.380303 Ignore Report Quick Reply

To addend, I've been keeping up with IHP's adorably charming support lady about their card processor. They just fucked with their card processors again not less than a month ago
Simon Grimridge - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 18:19:13 EST ID:vcJH9Vin No.380392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Does it have to do with what brand of card you use like visa vs mastercard or is it just random for each person?

Tubular boobs - blech by Martha Dizzlebanks - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 05:31:27 EST ID:RXL90kqy No.380353 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi /cd/.

How do you avoid growing tubular (a,k,a, tranny) boobs? I've heard that being on a lower dose of E helps, but what does that mean - 4 mg? 6mg ? 2mg? Any truth on that, or is it just luck and genetics?

Pic related: blech
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Edwin Clorrydotch - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 01:41:39 EST ID:kHwsF7lJ No.380378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I started on 8mg of pills a day which is high (no spiro) then switched to a high injection dose. I'm happy with where my boobs are so far, not tubular. So yes, luck and genetics basically.
Archie Cluttingman - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 07:09:41 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380381 Ignore Report Quick Reply

nope, if anything your boobs grow more of a cone shape than tubular. it kind of feels like this is scare mongering.
Shit Donkinson - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 12:18:00 EST ID:vztj/lKp No.380386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Tubular breasts isn't a trans specific thing, it's a birth defect that can occur in cis women as well.

The only reason it's a common anxiety in the trans community is that Premarin (the old awful horse pee estrogen no one who knows wtf they are doing uses anymore) probably massively increased the likelihood of breasts growing that way (like most trans-related stuff, this was never really studied).
Fucking Bagglebanks - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 13:08:15 EST ID:rUMKG9Wt No.380387 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why do you lie to the people of /cd/ when you clearly don't know shit. If you take too much estrogen too fast the breast tissue doesn't develop properly. It layers like a pancake and you get tubular and cone looking boobs. In fact, tubular boobs are just further developed cone boobs.
George Fuckingworth - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 16:42:35 EST ID:Xi9hqiVQ No.380388 Ignore Report Quick Reply

There seem to be plenty of ways that genetics can give you weird-looking boobs.

Eyebrows making me look like a bro by Whitey Socklestock - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 13:57:46 EST ID:9SiHVnDn No.380366 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you do with eyebrows like this? Specifically the tops of them. I can shape my eyebrows okay enough but when I try doing anything to the tops of them to get rid of the hairs that grow downwards it looks odd and uneven. I've noticed girls don't seem to have this issue, or they hide it well, but I don't know how. Tried going to a salon but the lady there barely touched the tops even when I asked, said it'd look odd if she did any more.
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Nell Meblingworth - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 00:02:56 EST ID:JxOh5YId No.380375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think you're being extremely self-conscious. You shouldn't worry about going through an entire sexual transition just because your eyebrows are a little on the bushy side. Some men would even find that attractive. I just want you to know because it's a horrible waste of your life to go through self-rejection and sexual confusion just because of one insignificant feature (I swear guys don't give a shit!)
Walter Lightstone - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 08:13:16 EST ID:9SiHVnDn No.380382 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Good advice. I do make that expression often, but I tried going to a salon. Are both of these faces you?


What are you, a chaser? Reality is eyebrows make a huge difference to how a face is perceived.
Cedric Shittingford - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 10:46:06 EST ID:aybg2vKa No.380383 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes both are me. HRT was the best decision in my life. The sad part is I started when I was 25...
Archie Cluttingman - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 10:51:50 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380384 Ignore Report Quick Reply

how are your brows when you are in a rested state? your skin colour looks different in each bit,

Girls can make silly faces, i think the bottom pic is perfect. the top pic just makes it look like you are super angry (which i assume was intentional) but yeah its not really a fair assessment.
Cedric Shittingford - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 10:58:28 EST ID:aybg2vKa No.380385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes, I was super angry back then... I also got much more fat in that area.

Now I think about it... can't even image going back to that hell again.

spiro and mdma by Hedda Hugglecherk - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 10:14:55 EST ID:RjnHSvD+ No.380361 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey everyone, I was just looking for some advice. I'm on vacation for Halloween and my friend offered me Molly (mdma). I just recently began hrt and currently take two 50 mg Spiro per day. Is it a bad idea to mix the two?
Thomas Crindermudge - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 10:33:18 EST ID:FbNA8o2U No.380362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I doubt it. Just make sure you arn't taking anything that affects your serotonin
Thomas Crindermudge - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 10:35:32 EST ID:FbNA8o2U No.380363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh looks like i'm wrong. Did a quick google search and you should read this. http://www.bluelight.org/vb/archive/index.php/t-558261.html

apparently you can't take molly on spiro
Fucking Cabbersock - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 11:11:18 EST ID:s7ghGI8V No.380364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I take 200mg a day of spiro and I've taken MDMA before. As long as you're not taking shit tonnes, and as long as you're not continuously doing it for like a week I'm sure you'll be fine.
Charlotte Grimhall - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 02:52:53 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.380379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I took mdma 2 times within 2 weeks on 200mg spiro and np ezpz.

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