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Blaire White by Lillian Crinnertork - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 23:42:32 EST ID:ifIA20Sb No.400295 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Cis male here. What do you guys think of Blaire White? I recently saw an interview with her on the Rubin Report where she said the trans voice has been stolen by the far left and that liberal cis people are fighting fights that the trans community never asked them to. How do you feel about that?

Full video here if you're curious: https://youtu.be/X1NpA6MyosI
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Jenny Pockfield - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 09:09:53 EST ID:5R86TULF No.400670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ya statists =P

not that maybe something could transition alright enough lol

http://www.kosmosjournal.org/news/turning-around-the-anthropocene-unleashing-the-potentials-of-abundance/
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Edward Fungerville - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 03:07:34 EST ID:QFvCIRnn No.400674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400669
Not wanting change is hardly insane. It means that they are catching on to signs that change is likely to wreck them, and are not placated by promises that it will help "something bigger than any actual particular people", and not placated by promises of good things coming through things bigger than tight communities.

Wanting to maintain tradition isn't even an option anyone can clutch. Aggressive interconnection of the world means that you have people ending up working with all sorts of different people. So, who's traditional ways of handling things will be adhered to through such developing situations? Consequently, conservatives tend to be disingenuous about this, since they want their traditions to stand, they want to impose them on others. Though of course they can resort to other solutions, like wanting the strongest traditions among an umbrella group to spread.

Those on the left can't be assumed to be passionate about their way of life. Often, they seem frustrated. Which is the obvious reason why they would want change! Experiencing their way of life not working, and so being intensely eager to try something new. Not that those on the right can't get flak here likewise, they show quite a bit of the same kind of frustration as well, so they get unfaithful to the banner of stability, and show intense craving for change too, it's just that they favour those changes being based on tangible models, on viewable example with positive reputations.

Centrist is an oxymoron. Obviously, anyone meaningfully into politics has to stand for something. Centrists, particularly the many recent offerings the twin parties allowed the public: Dubya,, Hillary, McCain , Jeb and Trump, still obviously stand for certain things. It just means that their causes are not the classic left or right cause package. Doesn't mean that a slow rate of progress is a principle they believe in or defend.
>>400668
Actually, quiet people gotta be extra passionate about heir parties! Likely by a long shot. They're just not so passionate about the contest, about the policies, about the ideology. But they are passionate about the current parties, contrary to the screamers…
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Simon Dindlelun - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 21:27:35 EST ID:RWMaQAgI No.400702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Blair is right. The left is insane. And it is destroying western civilization by importing nonwesterners by the millions. Especially the disgusting religion known as "Islam"
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Alice Neblingkut - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 19:16:52 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400702
>>400702
>The left is insane. And it is destroying western civilization by importing nonwesterners by the millions. Especially the disgusting religion known as "Islam"

Heres why:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gU2moizkfGk
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Polly Giffingback - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 01:09:31 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400727 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400723

Wonderful documentry! love that guy, He also did another documentry called the century of self which is an amazing doco. i might have to check out his other documentaries.


When is it okay? by Henry Mockleforth - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 19:04:47 EST ID:CcRr3VOC No.400658 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Over the past couple of years I have saved about enough money for FFS. Not for everything, just lower and mid face procedures.

I went full time 8 years ago, but have so many concerns about this.

Partly, I think it would break my family's heart. I'm still their child even after everything.

People say I'm pretty, I kiss boys and girls sometimes, but I can never see it. I don't think this is healthy.

Pretty women's faces just seem so amazing to me, not in a sexual way, but just amazing and transcendent, and I know pretty women are just people with their own problems, often really hard ones, but it doesn't seem to make any difference. I don't think this is healthy.

I rarely think people who've had surgery look better when it strips the character out of their faces. I'd rather look like a kook than a melted barbie or z-factory victim. So I'm sceptical of the result I'd get.

One thing I've tried to do is talk honestly with friends about wanting facial surgery, and this has helped a lot with my feelings, even if it strokes my ego a bit.

But I think I must still look trans at least a bit. I have had such a varied range of reactions from people, people saying oh I thought you were really attractive you're pretty I never would have guessed to asking if I was a boy or a girl in the street (in a silly outfit and full makeup to be fair)
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William Sindlelock - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 19:26:28 EST ID:TL5zjnhr No.400659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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do you actually HAVE the money to do it? or are you draining all your funds/borrowing from others?
are you self sufficient and can sustain yourself now and in the foreseeable future?
if so do whatever you want, if not then don't burden your parents.
if you're a student being taken care of by your parents get out of the house and start working first. all that boring normal stuff is way harder to deal with than getting surgeries.
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Jenny Pockfield - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 23:01:39 EST ID:5R86TULF No.400664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have had a lot of these feels among others including a wide range of reactions, quite wide at times, so, feels =P

I can't afford it so far and sorta said fuck it and perhaps even more concerns about even doing it, but also lately I sorta had a lull in hormones and the thought had started resurfacing lately lol eh, I've gone back and forth forever about it, still not having the money regardless. I thought I'd pretty much put it behind and me and I'd say it mostly is. Not that again I don't get wide range, etc for it, it'd probably help in some ways if not a lot, or who knowsss. idk
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Jenny Pockfield - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 09:23:32 EST ID:5R86TULF No.400671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400664
Also I suppose I might've found other things to focus on like trying to grow food and stuff and be sufficient that way, and with that, I'd now be torn between if I even got near that kind of money, paying off our(my mom's really) house and land I want to do this one, also so we can start living more minimally and she doesn't have to keep working so much necessarily, or even get more land lol, although tbf at least they couldn't "take" ffs away from me haha. But again that's just all so unlikely to get that much without like working quite heavily in some job or something for years so yeah, which might happen but then again would be torn, etc and still worries about surgery on da face.

I've gone back and forth like I said, thinking no I look fine or good enough or even liking it to ehhhh and I've settled down on the ups and downs at all and sorta again said fuck it, I think I'm better off than a lot of trans people but that might not being saying much, not to be mean, but really regardless it's looks and I have a problem with how much that seems to matter and stuff but it still bothered me then I felt like with finding what I want to do sorta and stuff I could really let it go, and maybe sorta have many other things to speak for me, but yeah again, not perfect, meh eh, etc bleh blah blue lol. money then still
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Phyllis Clayway - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 00:10:07 EST ID:5pjVliFx No.400688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If your only problem is a sharp jaw or big nose then ffs will be a good decision. If you have structural scale problems or extreme proportional problems current ffs procedures won't do jack shit


14 to 18 years old by Nigel Mettingmick - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 12:49:15 EST ID:m1Wzb9Xr No.400467 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Could I pass??
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Walter Clidgetat - Sat, 08 Oct 2016 06:13:44 EST ID:VdlYmW+7 No.400632 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400622
Dude(ette), your hot. Stop now. Find a bisexual of whichever gender you favor and they will love you to death. Seriously, I'm jealous of your future person.
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Hannah Druzzlewurk - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 11:37:07 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400632
Yeah,love yourself.
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Lillian Crummerdock - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 20:08:37 EST ID:41wf4jL7 No.400660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400632
>stop now
stop what exactly? I probably won't live as a girl tbh
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Phineas Dronningchidging - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 21:47:42 EST ID:cnZjPz55 No.400661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400622
for me it was more like hrt + transition recontextualized my face. long hair, boobs, no real facial hair (laser etc), no body hair (shaving + IPL). I was kind of andro, and it took a lot to get past seeing my face as a male face. If I pull my hair back with no makeup, jewelry, glasses, I can still see the same face.
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Phyllis Clayway - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 00:06:28 EST ID:5pjVliFx No.400687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400661
cause it is the same face.... its a male skull with female textured skin. Thats all. Its not a female face. Hate to break it to you but other people see the male in you to. Its instinctual


Weight by Walter Crarryman - Mon, 26 Sep 2016 15:49:58 EST ID:/51hQxxY No.400507 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm a 24yo male. I am 6'2 and I weigh 198 lbs. Is it better to start transitioning after you have lost a lot of weight? Then overeating while you're taking HRT to so the fat will go back on you in a more feminine fashion?
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Molly Sinderbanks - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 10:29:22 EST ID:5R86TULF No.400615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400606
haha righttttt, I'm totally late but wanted to agree though I wouldn't say it's a totally useless concept but is indicative of overly reductive "science" which can be a bit of a problem for "science"

even those three distinctions can of course be broken up further into different things with different stuffs about them =P
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Molly Sinderbanks - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 10:32:37 EST ID:5R86TULF No.400616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400598
so like just right around 6' is genetically superior master race then?
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Emma Ceffingsat - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 15:37:14 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400616
Yes even girls that are 6'0ft are hot.
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Shit Pummerfuck - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 15:45:16 EST ID:5R86TULF No.400656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400655
I was trying to mess with that person and the err 'interesting' mindset they were displaying lol
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Phineas Funderworth - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 18:38:57 EST ID:QFvCIRnn No.400657 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400613
>>400615
The human body automatically determines whether it's had enough or not. Measuring energy manually is redundant as hell. The body is extremely whiny with regards to its sorta-subjective impressions of how much it's consumed. So it's called for to optimize those instinctive judgements.

If you're basing your proper diet on mathematesque nutritionism, to tour your body through an example of proper eating based on that, there is a lot more to it than just a proper amount of calories.


My crotch by Locust - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 03:23:12 EST ID:qaqFfwsB No.400641 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Enjoy. Please someone masturbate to me.
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Hannah Druzzlewurk - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 11:32:51 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
maybe


How to sound like a girl? by Wesley Drublinggold - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 03:18:42 EST ID:ziZB/hsX No.400621 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My normal speaking range is probably on the mid-low side for guys, are there any techniques/practices to sound like a girl? Best case scenario, I want to be able to sing with the same "girl voice"
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Fucking Fepperhood - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 09:54:52 EST ID:5R86TULF No.400624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Practice, mostly =P perhaps some trial and error, and looking stuff up of course, hopefully someone else will help you more lol
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Phyllis Dipperben - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 20:20:23 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400624
I was just planning on sounding like this.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1x4cQnDufOc
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Hamilton Dreffingmore - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 01:06:16 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400627

That shouldnt be too hard to do. assuming you're talking about sounding like the singer (if you can call it that) if you wanted to sound like the instruments they play, then im afraid you'll need to buy an instrument :(
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Phineas Clerringseck - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 06:21:16 EST ID:fX+Pbavo No.400629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400621
https://vimeo.com/user5685555


Drugs and HRT by Phoebe Neshlane - Wed, 24 Aug 2016 23:44:26 EST ID:2ic1bBHK No.399955 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok. I have no hookups since I started HRT and transitioning. Turns out in the rural south pot and drug dealers aren't keen on selling to trans folk like my money isn't good or something.

Anyways, what drugs won't fucking kill me while I'm taking Spiro and Estrodial? I'm a huge DXM fiend - it's always been my favorite even when I could get other stuff. I really enjoyed my last CWE of LSA too. So I'm particularly interested in those. I suppose I'm mostly worried about kidneys getting fucked.

What drugs are ok? What drugs have YOU tried on HRT? Experiences? Comparison to pre-HRT?
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Nicholas Drollyson - Wed, 07 Sep 2016 02:08:51 EST ID:ilZRwAuu No.400156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399967

Music festival!? Hells yeah! But I haven't run into any other trans peeps at festis, been kind of a bummer. Where y'all at??

NB cuz totally off topic
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Polly Gaddlenet - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 01:02:16 EST ID:O05fG3mN No.400619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399956
thanks for the info. a bit to add, depending on how you take your estrogen, it might strain the liver a bit. oral formulations are apparently more notorious for this, so it's recommended to take it sublingually, or by patch/injection.

i'm not on HRT yet, but i like my /psy/s and am dabbling with diphenidine (a dissociative).
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John Gaddlelidge - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 02:01:32 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399955.
>Turns out in the rural south pot and drug dealers aren't keen on selling to trans folk like my money isn't good or something.

Ghetto folk are bigots, everyone knows that. Especially ghetto southern folk.

>>399956
>Alcohol seems to be the worst, as it inhibits spironolactone working to a degree. You testosterone will be higher if you're an alcoholic, one night a month is not gonna affect you.

Yeah I can say drinking plus hormones is a no go. I simply cant drink on hormones my body will not process alcohol properly, Ill barf even if Im not drunk. Shit sucks. From what I hear cannabis is popular and can be helpful. But I don't touch it, because of my own reasons.
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Fucking Fepperhood - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 10:42:15 EST ID:5R86TULF No.400625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400156
Omg I feel bad I missed this!

Actually, I haven't necessarily seen many trans people at festivals, but that one I went to that weekend, Imagine music festival in Atlanta basically, I do remember seeing 2 I was pretty sure about, just passingly. Once going into the bathroom(haaa, I think this person was legit trans, kinda went perhaps a certain direction with it because festival(like goofy/less serious, like I think there were short pig tails, if I had to say, it was a little cringe-y but not to be like that lol), but was going into the women's and stuff) and one just walking by. I really let go at this festival like didn't even hardly prepare or dress up and mostly just wore comfy stuff and some people could tell that I talked to and some couldn't.

But yeah I guess I'd feel awkward if I did run into someone trans because I wouldn't want to go up to them and be like hey I can clearly see that you are trans that's why I'm talking you, haha you know? Like I wouldn't care for that when I had the whatever to care about that stuff anymore and wasn't aware of about how things are, but it's still like ayy go figure(it's happened a time or two, at least once where the person was like def just came up because I was trans, this was at counterpoint actually last year, she was like, you're pretty or something(maybe something even along the lines of "admire" or bravery or some bleh shit but it's whatever lol) and maybe something else and then(she seemed like she was probably rolling at least decently hard lol and I was fuckeddddd actually at that time, acid and way too much weed edibles that had me in a chair for hours prior to that at the stage lol so I was awkward-ish anyway) and said if I needed anyone to hang out with her friends and stuff were over there which was nice of her I suppose, and I'm sure I looked super awkward standing and hardly dancing because I was like trying to relearn how to use my body lol in a fluid way, and really though I was standing there with a large group of people I knew/were friends with, just on the edge, there's a group picture lol, and I as like "Oh thanks, I'm with these people"…
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Fucking Fepperhood - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 10:42:52 EST ID:5R86TULF No.400626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400625
Continued

Also one of the friends I knew(that group had recently rearranged the relationships within their group haha) from back home revealed his interest and all the genital questions and all while rolling and all too so sorta awkwardly though I guess it'd go that way naturally somewhat with that stuff, at least he took me out to his car and gave me a fat dab though =P shit hurt lol.

It was an overall good festival, for balance and since I'm talking about it, I also had people tell me I was pretty, like some awkward also guy that I noticed kept staring while I was dancing and stuff, and then another younger guy at his first festival sat and we talked and idk that he ever realized I was trans because he didn't say anything about it and didn't seem awkward. I talked to more random people than ever at that festival, also a girl that was rolling and enjoying her anniversary at that fest, they shared a blunt and we talked some, it didn't come up but doesn't mean she couldn't tell, etc etc was pretty decent. Probably partially I could actually talk to people without a weird look on my face because usually I am tripping my face off at these things lol.

But yeah perhaps there are trans people that care less about that or whatever(having someone talk to them because they are trans obviously), but I wouldn't know so I'd rather not risk it, oh, but I could just talk to them as a person lol it is a festival! Might be obvious what happened though idk. Like I said I haven't actually seen too many trans people so it's not like it's come up much really.

But yeah Imagine is a pretty let loose festival I'd say like do whatever, there were guys in just underwear and stuff walking around, which is cool, since of course there were women essentially doing that also, at about any festival lol. Not just like buff guys or anything either just whoever lol was cool =P I like when people aren't afraid to do whatever weird or whatever.

But yeah I'm from relatively near atlanta, northwest Georgia, I've been to imagine every time they've had it, three times. So there's that! =P Person is probably not ever going to see this lol.


stupid question by Eugene Ferringstock - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 22:53:24 EST ID:MuEFT7Iw No.400546 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm mtf early in transition. I told a few people the girl name I was thinking of using but now that they are calling me it it feels weird and uncomfortable :( how do I ask them to stop using it and go back to my boy name?
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Edwin Brabblewetch - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 02:11:52 EST ID:fX+Pbavo No.400555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400550
then tell your friends just that.
you aren't ready for anyone else to know, so they shouldn't call you that so that way no one finds out.
easy
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Eugene Ferringstock - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 02:30:02 EST ID:MuEFT7Iw No.400556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400555
Yeah you're right I think. Now that I think about it it's probably more of a general social anxiety problem. Thank you for the help you've given me.
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Reuben Fanstone - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 23:52:16 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400566 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400546
Yeah just say I dont feel comfortable being called Anne right now.
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Fuck Genkinridge - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 19:03:20 EST ID:wQTCFyhh No.400577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that feelerino when gender neutral birth name
:^)
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Henry Pemmerlit - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 20:27:31 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.400580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400577

>Fuck

I guess that is pretty gender neutral.


Disposing of Old E Pills by Edwin Blytheshaw - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 17:23:17 EST ID:SLHqLSCA No.400543 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Years ago I used to be on grey market hormones, before I got a script. I still have a bunch of titty skittles from back then -- 15 sheets of 28 pills of 2 mg E. (lol, that's 420 pills) Even without a script, I wouldn't be taking these, as I'm on injections now for a few reasons. What's the best way to get rid of these? I need to clean out space in my home.
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Shitting Subbersut - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 19:04:08 EST ID:+BDDOMcP No.400544 Ignore Report Quick Reply
heh i am in the exact same situation
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Lydia Gallerhall - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 21:22:34 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400543

they have probably expired, just throw them in the bin.
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Hugh Chombledock - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 00:31:23 EST ID:QFvCIRnn No.400548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400545
Expired wouldn't mean useless, maybe 80 or 90% effective.
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Shitting Tillingson - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 08:00:18 EST ID:P1Ac1gSC No.400570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ugh I want them...
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Archie Mosslefield - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 16:22:12 EST ID:QFvCIRnn No.400575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400570
So do I.


Orchi by Alexandra Honstein - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 13:04:49 EST ID:fvalRHFb No.400558 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can the helpful /cd/ board elaborate on individual orchi types (subcapsular, simple and radical - inguinal) and how does it affect the appearance of your scrotum post-op? Pics of how it looks afterwards (like a couple of months after) would be most helpful.

I am a non-op (SRS) femboy tbh fam.
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Hugh Chombledock - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 13:34:58 EST ID:QFvCIRnn No.400559 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400558
One of the later two just takes a roundabout route to stop cancer from spreading, I think.

And subcapsular is damn useless, it just keeps the encasing layer, maybe leaving the capacity for them to get in the way and be a weak point.
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Alexandra Honstein - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 13:42:40 EST ID:fvalRHFb No.400560 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400559
Is that so? I heard that subcapsular actually takes care of the glandular tissue that produces testosterone.
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Thomas Pisslelock - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 14:12:21 EST ID:vztj/lKp No.400561 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400560
You probably aren't going to get the viewpoint you are looking for here since we tend to dislike the whole having testicles thing (and most of us seem to want a vag xD)

Like, non-op trans woman and non-op femboy are pretty different states of being in this regard (with the exception of femboys who are just closeted or trans women who are really femboys but felt the need to transition for some reason of course)
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Hugh Chombledock - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 14:19:31 EST ID:QFvCIRnn No.400562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400560
No, I'm pretty sure what it take care of is everything. Testosterone producing tissue, sperm producing tissue, and estrogen producing tissue too. So all that it would leave is the protective tissue around it, leaving you in a really silly situation of easily triggered shelter organ with nothing inside to shelter or protect, just an empty thing to be fussy as if there's anything inside it.


Over the counter supplement for withdrawl by Cyril Hogglestone - Wed, 21 Sep 2016 17:17:09 EST ID:schXjfYD No.400391 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I ran out of estrogen, I can't order more for at least a few months. Is there any thing I could buy at a store to deal with the withdrawl?
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Doris Greenhall - Wed, 21 Sep 2016 22:45:27 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400397

Wouldnt they still need a script?
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Doris Dasslecocke - Wed, 21 Sep 2016 23:13:05 EST ID:nVkOZMvq No.400401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400398
I don't entirely know, but I believe it cannot be considered a medical substance. So maybe that might require a script for something else, maybe it would need to be mixed with a supplement of some sort, the prospect seemed a bit weird.
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Doris Greenhall - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 00:57:02 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400401

OP needs to try this and tell us :p

Ive looked up compounding chemists in my area just to figure out wtf a compounding chemist was and it seems pretty interesting, if i ever find myself wandering past one ill definetly go in and ask.
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Doris Dasslecocke - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 03:53:51 EST ID:nVkOZMvq No.400406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400402
OP probably just needs a more moderated supply of normal estrogen. Maybe somebody needs to try estriol - not that it hasn't been done, I heard it can make you emotional in ways that Estradiol doesn't. Estriol also may not act on bone tissue, so, calcium supplements and vitamin D likely would be decent stopgap measures.
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Sophie Wepperwill - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 20:23:44 EST ID:QFvCIRnn No.400539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400402
This kind of thing would only probably make sense if it was optimized more fully. It's a "compounding" pharmacy, so I think getting full value would imply a whole set of substances which are all useful. So... consider Premarin. Supposedly, synthetic versions of it are actually the most common. But how is something like that defined as a pharmaceutical grade substance? It could simply be so due to the Estrone - something that's due to be regulated anyway, so if Equilin could be included, it would make an estrogen mix very effective, and the unharmfulness of Estriol would balance it. But it's likely that Equilin is considered the key medical ingredient in Premarin, so more plausibly, Equilenin could be included without a script.

But that's just two examples, there's lots of other Estrogens and likely AAs that could be included, though Equilenin seems rather likely because it was first in being synthesized.


Ftmtf by Hedda Winderladge - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 14:09:18 EST ID:w7yWeUp7 No.400204 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm an ex ftm took test for 4 years. Lots of changes I know I can't undo. If I were to start taking estrogen would it help feminize me more, as it does for mtfs?
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Betsy Lightstone - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 12:08:43 EST ID:QG3jrSaz No.400239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400236

i think you may of missed the point, or maybe i have, i dont think op is worried about their estrogen production naturally but are wondering if taking estrogen will ultra feminse them, like as i said "test is basically steroids" and when cis men use steroids they get all muscly and shit so maybe it'll be the same if a cischick goes on estrogen?
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Walter Mummlekidge - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 18:59:42 EST ID:uXwu2p6M No.400243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400239
If you're looking at that, I think you might have to consider that some steroids must be stronger than testosterone, and the particular effects tend to be picked by steroid choice. So, for the feminine equivalent, that would imply you'd have to take equilin, so, just the strongest of the three estrogens in premarin.

And what's discussed is doing the same thing as MtFs, that would imply using an anti-androgen to amplify estrogen - for genetic women there are standard anti-hirutism doses, which I recall as 20 mg spiro or not sure if 1 or 5 mg finasteride.

Of course, there probably must be other stronger estrogens out there.
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Walter Mummlekidge - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 19:13:04 EST ID:uXwu2p6M No.400244 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400243
>and the particular effects tend to be picked by steroid choice.
Ooops, that's out of place. But something that does correspond to that is Estriol, though it's weak in some ways. Though premarin is also sometimes favored for its bizarre effects.
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Thomas Duckway - Sun, 11 Sep 2016 01:49:06 EST ID:Hq/K86R9 No.400247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400243
>licorice root not working
>better drink horse piss
>Bear Grylls

Oh shit my sides.
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Jack Chocklecocke - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 20:13:43 EST ID:wBa8+I/U No.400537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP i hope things are going well for you. i believe that terminal hair (dark thick ones) naturally revert back to vellus hair (thin soft ones) when there's less testosterone around. Bench press (and other chest exercises) and massage is good for breasts if you're interested in those. Also deep andro voices are cool AF and even cis women have them sometimes.


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