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moping by Shitting Sanningstidge - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 03:38:10 EST ID:iRvkFFKG No.380016 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Not gonna put you through the long boring story that all of you have heard before
I've been thinking about this trans thing for 2 years now
got super depressed about it, haven't told anybody but friends, they've been supportive thank god
told my brother, he doesn't understand, thinks transitioning is the worst thing I can do
other bro doesn't know, thinks I'm gay
parents don't know but are stereotypical conservative
fuckbuddy is uncomfortable, thinks it's a waste of a good dick
got a counselor, he's trans, not pushing transitioning but totally pushing it
crossdressed some, feels good man
I want to be a girl so bad- physically, socially, all of it
can't go to the store without being hyperaware of the girl section
i want to go to there
transitioning means tearing the family apart, losing friends, being broke, sacrificing career, all for some boobs and a surgical vagina and a vague hope that things will be better
nobody wants to date the lesbian trans chick
plus I'm male af
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Hedda Clullywater - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 04:01:05 EST ID:qpkrxXQm No.380019 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380018

Thanks. I didn't mean to hijack OP's post, but I feel a little bit better that someone in the living world knows how I feel and what I'm going through.

>switched from phone->PC, if ID changes
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Shitting Sanningstidge - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 04:10:29 EST ID:iRvkFFKG No.380020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380019
OP here, no worries
I dunno about brave, more just tired of things. I'm 20 and from all I've heard it's better to decide things sooner than later, but...
That really sucks on your end- I hope things go well and I feel you, it does help to know other people are out there and they know and can relate. It's just really hard when you've got even your privacy and personal timing completely stripped away by something like this.
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Hedda Clullywater - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 04:26:08 EST ID:qpkrxXQm No.380021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380020

I almost can't believe this is happening... if things don't work out with my family understanding, I'm not sure what I'll do, I haven't made any plans.

But in some twisted way, I'm glad that this decision is being made for me. I've hid my feelings for more than ten years, and I might have kept them hidden for much longer if this decision wasn't forced for me.

Thanks for the kind words, and good luck to you too OP.
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Phineas Mattingsotch - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 06:35:01 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.380022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>380016
Damn, you sound just like me at your age. 20 was when I couldn't take it any more. I had always known getting my christian family to understand just wasn't going to happen, but keeping that inside me for so long had made me incredibly depressed and suicidal. I felt more and more hopeless and apathetic about living a life where I didn't even have a real identity. The turnaround point was when I got a friend to help make moving out, and thus transitioning, possible. By the time I was ready to come out to my family the plan was in place, so I could do what I needed to do regardless of what happened.

It's going to be ugly, possibly the hardest thing you've ever done, but nothing else is going to take that need to be yourself away. Each time you have to fake being a dude it gets just a bit more painful than the last. After years it becomes a regular form of emotional torture that it takes all your effort to keep hidden. The emotional trauma starts killing your ability to perform in work or school, and the impending failures just compound all the other trauma. You're not wrong to be wary of the cost though. I had to take that plan to move out days after coming out; my family wasn't going to let me live how I wanted to and I knew suicide was the only other outcome left for me there. My family threw a huge fit over me leaving, but my mother's insistence that I am what she says I am no matter what and my father's half-acceptance to keep me around wasn't nearly good enough to make me reconsider. Any communication with them since was awkward, unpleasant, or argumentative.

I'm 26 now and I haven't kept contact with any family for some time. Financial troubles have been pretty common for me; I've had to make some hard choices and stall some aspects of transition, sometimes just to stay off the street. Despite that, I'm far happier struggling as myself than I ever was living a life where I don't exist.
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Reuben Pubberchun - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 08:16:12 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380016

OP, things will be okay! dont worry.

Your family will be fine with it, they will just need to accept it, just don't be a cunt about it, give them lee-way, don't go around making demands of them straight away, play it cool, don't be a stuck up transgirl who gives them a long complicated letter they'll never understand and definitely don't make demands of them, respect them whilst you're in their home.

you will be their son and their brother for a while, you cant change that over night, when i came out to my parents they were like "dont be daft" but i said "im not", they hated my guts, but i said i dont care what you call me or what you think of me, i know who i am and thats all that matters to me, so if you want to call me he, boyname etc, it hurts, but ill still be here, and when you come around and realise this isnt going away i wont hold anything against you.

The best thing you can do is show them your hand and stick with them. transition isnt all just about you, they are involved also. if they say "we dont want you living here if you do this" say fine, i just thought i could be honest with you for once, but i will wait till i move out to live comfortably. Still take your mones etc, if your parents read the paper ask for the real estate section, if you use your computer in a common living area make sure they see you looking for rooms.

The best thing you can do is slowly show them who you really are, dont go full creep, and start wearing mini skirts etc, start with a girl body wash or something, start wearing girls deodorant. just start little and every now and then show them a little more of who you are.

As i said, give them leeway, if they arent comfy with you dressing in obvious femme clothes around the house, say thats fine, and wear boyfriend jeans ( i guess a lot of guys wear skinny jeans, but if you dont already dont start with them) and a t-shirt or something and then maybe one day the t-shirt is a singlet, oops you forgot to put the t-shirt on! etc.

I hope you're getting me so far.
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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:
http://yiannopoulos.net/2014/08/15/transgenderism-is-a-psychiatric-disorder-its-sufferers-need-therapy-not-surgery/
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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Eliza Picklebanks - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 18:45:25 EST ID:8y1WDJNP No.379999 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379992
You do realize that most of the world is uneducated about transgenderism and will listen to this twat more than an actual transperson. This is why I feel like the world will never understand us is because cis people assume shit about us and spread the word out to other idiot cis people.
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Whitey Hirrylad - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 19:00:12 EST ID:UoaKdTXe No.380000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379997
then it should be easy for you to link one? Ive never seen a valid one anywhere.
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Matilda Fallermuck - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 20:02:44 EST ID:459yK7rO No.380003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here,
i take it the consensus of the community is that he dosent know what hes talking about?
i dont know any trannies on a personal level so i decided to ask the internet. personally i like the idea of transhumanism, no reason to meekly accept the body you were born in when weve developed options.
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Shitting Gobberstet - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 20:27:14 EST ID:UoaKdTXe No.380004 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380003
well if youre interested I can lay some of the things out for you. Thats only my personal knowledge though. And I am not going to search for sources unless Ive a personal interest in it.

>Transgenderism has been wrongly bracketed with homosexuality as just another sort of sexual identity
sex and gender arent the same, and basically nobody really argues for it. They're (probably) loosely connected

>other mental stuff is treated by therapy and drugs
you cant tread GID with anything but transition. that option simply doesnt exist (yet?). unless he wants to just let every transperson suicide, he probably should continure doing transitions.

>believe they were born with the wrong sex organs
implying thats all there is to it. Sex organs are important, of course. But at least for me, the social aspect is so much more important. He doesnt seem to differentiate between sex and gender at all.

>They’ve got enough data now to know that patients who undergo transitions often end up dead: tragically, a huge proportion commit suicide after having the surgery.
One surgery doesnt take away the pains and problems of being trans. Id like to see the numbers compared between non ops (and wanting op) and people that got it though. I bet it will be obvious that the rates are lower.
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Isabella Himmernetch - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 03:28:52 EST ID:BMc+T1E6 No.380015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380003
He's full of shit. Naively, it seems like therapy and antidepressants/antipsychotics would be the first thing you try, but this has been tried and it doesn't work.

Shitting pointed out the rest that is wrong with the article. Is anyone really surprised that transsexuals do worse than a group of cis people, considering how anyone who is visibly trans is treated in society? The study also goes back to 1973, just consider how much worse it was 40 years ago.

Comparing trans people who want hormones and/or surgery and got that treatment vs. trans people who only got therapy would be more meaningful and I'd be interested in a long-term study on that, but that's not what the source is about.


Chaser? by Eugene Sablinghot - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 18:25:04 EST ID:EM9giYrm No.379949 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I know I'm trans, I've known since I was young, I get dysphoria, I'm loving transition, etc. Here's the thing though, I fap to shemale porn and futa. I'm submissive, so I'd only like to be topped by another transgirl. I find cis girls attractive when I'm out and about, and I don't think of them having a penis. However, if a transgirl sends me nudes, I want to see the penis. Strapons aren't too appealing, I like the idea of the girl not caring about her own penis and making me feel more feminine than her by using hers on me. Am I a chaser? What is wrong with me? I don't like guys, I do like cis girls, but I always get off to trans girls.
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Sophie Nillertedge - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 22:49:32 EST ID:KWBvvY8P No.380011 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here again, I have felt so much guilt over this for ages. I can get off to other stuff, I just wish I could have closure on whatever makes me into this. That or find something I like even more. I wonder if I'll ever be able to date a cis girl, I do like them a lot in real life but as soon as I'm horny it's like nope, futa time. I want to be helped.
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Phineas Mattingsotch - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 00:20:57 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.380012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>380011
For me, I find porn with trans girls attractive in part because I can relate more strongly to the body type. I love porn with cis girls, but sometimes it just feels too different and I want to see girls more like myself. I wouldn't worry though, being with a partner is totally different. I don't have any problems enjoying the sex I have with cis men or women.
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Reuben Pubberchun - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 00:56:12 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380013 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380011

have you ever considered just doing nothing when you get horny? just be aware that you're horny and just do nothing about it?
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Cornelius Gucklewill - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 03:00:11 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.380014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380013
What's that supposed to do ._.
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Reuben Pubberchun - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 08:45:31 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380014

give you self control? which will eventually allow you to stop looking at futa porn because you wont need porn?


"The Questionnaire" help thread by Martha Turveywill - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 04:22:16 EST ID:NjuvzkKk No.379788 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi. My therapist thought I might be transgendered and a trans friend recommended I come here and ask for a questionnaire. She said I'm probably not trans, but I've thought about it a little bit in the past. I've never yearned to live in a females body, though I'd like to know a bit more about what being trans is like for reference.

Thanks
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Eliza Memmledirk - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 20:24:39 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.379909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379850
i get what you're saying totally but you are filling in allot for me without knowing much except that i did a dance class in highschool and i being in the guy role was confusing.
Im not saying i was bad at it or awkward?
of course i was awkward at first but i have good rhythm so i go the hang of it? i had to stop because i felt a sense of yearning that i had allot throughout my life that made me feel sick - so i left the situation.
It makes you/me feel sick because you think "this is wrong i shudnt want that i should be happy with what i am/have" and trying to repress that causes the brains frustration.
When i say i felt empty i mean there was a sense of satisfaction and warmth of being with this person but it was like i was in the wrong timeline - allot of my life - not most.
I havent gone and added to my memory, i have remembered scenarios where i have felt that yearning and then shame-guilt - disgust and confusion over why i was disgusted - emptyness - resignation and the depression - which wud lead me to looking for something else to put this negativity on - transfer these issues onto another issue as a way of avoiding dealing with something that was confusing and not what i could understand.
I grew up and i saw i was a boy and the world treated me as a boy and i agreed- i saw myself and thought "im a boy" so when i exhibited these other responses or behaviors it was confusing and i tried to repress it out of denial.

i havent added these memories, i understand them now tho. i dont think that MEANS i am trans- i think there is more to it than just being feminine in some or allot of ways.

"normal" is a very hard word to understand these days but if know what it is like to feel normal then you know what i mean when i say since starting transition i have felt more normal everyday - more real - more alive and more responsible for myself - more in tune with myself on a level where i just. feel. normal.
I am more comfortable in every situation - family, friends, with boys and esp other girls.

I dont think you should have the absolutist ideas about people in general, its good to commit yourself to a stance on something but when you start saying "every trans person makes up BS about their childhood to help prove they are really meant to be a girl" then i think thats when you get a bit silly.
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Hugh Buzzford - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:20:44 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379909

yeah you've hit it right on the head there.

I dont know what memories are real or not, but when people use one obscure little details about their childhood as justification for their being trans, you can generally tell its either made up, or they are bluring the truth, because if you had actual trans feelings back then, then lots of things would make you uncomfy, not just dancing.

I know what you're saying, i have been there, i have felt that emptiness also growing up, but im not going to say it was my trans feelings, because back then, it wasnt, back then it was just empty feelings.
But as an Adult, a Trans Adult, you can reflect and say "hmm thats the reason why".

Im not saying every trans person makes up BS about their childhood, im saying generally they make up BS about their childhood, for a bunch of different reasons, but mostly for peace of mind, justification and verification of their transness.

But the thing is, is that i can never ever know for sure how you felt back then, but i just call it how i see it and i know a whole load of trans people, they all say the same bullshit stories, for example why that one specific memory thats so open ended it could mean anything? maybe you just didnt like dancing, maybe you didnt like the person you danced with, maybe you werent feeling your best that day, maybe you were worried about the homework you hadnt done, maybe you were worried about failing the test, maybe you didnt like girls and when you were forced to dance with one it made you feel empty because you wanted to dance with a boy?
Do you see what im saying?

So dont use memories or whatever to justify your current self, you are who you are.
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Nathaniel Bardfield - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 06:01:24 EST ID:+806gigT No.379972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379913
Exactly, memory is a very tangible thing and can be altered however so slightly to help fit in more with your current world view. I guess the last thing you want is to feel like you are tricking yourself or wrong about being trans and you need more than just feelings to prove etc

For me though i look for the pattern, that sense of yearning, that feeling of confusion and trying to block out that feeling. And i hate to go on about this but it wasnt just the dance thing, it was allot of things of course! it was everything! I didnt have those overt thoughts (well i did but i would tell myself i am silly and supress them with sexism and feelings of shame and disgust)

And for the record - i love to dance and i like girls and guys (girls more then- guys more now ) and i never worried about homework yadda yadda i didnt care about shit except my own self serving introspection blah blah

anyway who cares.
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Caroline Dillyfoot - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 06:40:43 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379972

:)

what im saying is, we dont need to know, you are who you are and we accept that, if people start interrogating you about your past and how you know you're really trans, then just say you have had issues with it since childhood, you dont need to take a stroll down memory lane :)
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Thomas Sorringwell - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 22:21:09 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.380005 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379973
thats actually what i was going to say instead of who cares but my boy had just finished making dinner


well then by Reuben Blackville - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 13:25:11 EST ID:2SF4KDv+ No.379854 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>happy 22 year old male
>gorgeous girlfriend
>seeing counsellor about gender issues
>I want to wear womens clothes and have breasts
the fuck
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Simon Benningkere - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 17:10:01 EST ID:2SF4KDv+ No.379944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379855
nope, just said I'm having gender confusion and issues
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Simon Benningkere - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 17:16:16 EST ID:2SF4KDv+ No.379945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379865
not really, anything tickles my pickle. You're using it in derogatory sense but I just don't feel comfortable in my skin
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Emma Sapperlock - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 17:24:05 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.379946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379944
Well you have to say a bit more if you want any kind of real responses. At this point all that can be said is don't sweep the issue under the rug.
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Hugh Buzzford - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 18:56:05 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379854

OP, have you tried crossdressing? maybe you just need to get it out of your system, im not saying prance around outside in a frilly dress, keep it in your home, see how you go, maybe buy some breast forms or something.
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Reuben Conningpeck - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 14:33:46 EST ID:PTq/jxeX No.379989 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379854
OP this same thing happened to me at 24. I think it's because everything was going so well that I could finally feel that something deep down wasn't right.

Before then, I could ignore it as I buried myself in school, and I dismissed trans feels as the need for a steady girlfriend and sexual relationship.


"As a Trans person" by Charlotte Brallercheck - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 02:31:28 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379424 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does it annoy anybody else when people comment on things but have to start with "as a trans person"?

"as a trans person" i think they are just looking for attention or for people to think they are special snowflakes.

So, does it annoy you? what do you think about people who do that?

inb4 every reply starts with "as a trans person"
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Jarvis Fammerman - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 11:42:54 EST ID:ulyStB52 No.379936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379935>>379935
>>if you are talking about differences between males and females in one way or another.
>>It's kinda like having an expert opinion :p

Thanks for giving a live example to this thread on why using the phrase makes you sound like an insufferable twit.
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Jack Sonnerway - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 13:27:48 EST ID:CtZvtOCj No.379940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379424

It sort of breaks the whole concept that transsexuals woman are simply woman, if you refer yourself as transsexual and claim to be special.
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Simon Duckforth - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 14:54:22 EST ID:g52Ge/qj No.379941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379940
That's pretty much fallacy, only like 1/5 of trans women, maybe less, will ever pass well enough to be considered women.
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Ernest Chapperheck - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 10:07:10 EST ID:BMc+T1E6 No.379975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379940
If you say "as a young woman" or "as a black woman", does that imply they're not simply women? You can have qualifiers without breaking things.
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Caroline Dillyfoot - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 11:38:03 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379975

same thing, sounds like they just want attention for being young or being black.

Their opinion still matters.
Just comes off as "im special, so listen to my opinion".

Its like people saying "as a white woman" or "as a male of no colour" or "as a poilitician". they can voice their opinion without stating what/who they are.


how to deal with dickbag family members??? by Nicholas Brurryman - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 23:47:09 EST ID:JGrKq2Gw No.379962 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My sister recently came back from cuba and was at my house this morning. Needless to say, the discussion of my transition came up (it always seems to one way or another) and i'm honestly getting sick of this shit.

Basically, i'm ftm and post everything (for now anyways) and while i wouldn't say my family isn't supportive, they're not exactly... pleasant about it. Whenever it's brought up with my mom, it's usually the old "you'll never be a man if you don't have a penis" logic, and usually i just kinda ignore it.

However, i've been feeling super dysphoric lately and my sister is completely brutal. In the few hours she was there, she called me a "man woman minotaur thing" as well as trying to tell me i'm just a lesbian and because i don't want bottom surgery, i obviously want to be a woman. Nothing really struck me more than her bringing up my sexual assault i experienced with a female cousin of mine when i was kid, saying that "the only reason i want to be a dude is because that experience made me uncomfortable with being a chick" even though i had experienced gender related stuff way before that happened

Anybody got any advice for trying to shovel through this shit without wanting to slip and fall down the stairs?
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Nicholas Brurryman - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 00:00:34 EST ID:JGrKq2Gw No.379963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379962
OP here, meant to say pre everything
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Shitting Hoffingpog - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 00:29:34 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.379965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
how doesn it feel to have a real vagina... please trade with me
and if you could would you trade, or are u just like the surgerys lame
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Shitting Hoffingpog - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 00:30:17 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.379966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
to deal with family i dont know what to say, time usually heals everything
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Nicholas Brurryman - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 00:32:54 EST ID:JGrKq2Gw No.379967 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379965
To be honest, i don't feel much dysphoria with my lower half. My dysphoria usually comes from my chest (DD cups are hard as fuck to hide) as well as my inability to grow facial hair
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Caroline Dillyfoot - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 04:16:47 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379962

Losing your family is usually the biggest thing with transition.

Theres not much you can say, joke along with them? their minds are made up, so just relax. maybe if you have the courage to start being the real you infront of them without T, maybe they will see that you really are a boy.


How do you masturbate? by Hannah Peffingstodge - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 11:51:40 EST ID:LgvRXNzd No.379714 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Jerking off feels weird, so i just squeeze it between my thighs. Can we get a thread about masturbation tips?
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Graham Clannerfod - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:21:59 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.379914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379912
wot

wow, I didn't realize neovaginas had that much movement. I guess that's why dilation is so important? Thanks for that bit of knowledge
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Shitting Turveyworth - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:28:51 EST ID:AZQSrbod No.379915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379914
It's cause the vaginal canal in suporns technique using your scrotal tissue and that stuff stretches
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Nell Huddleridge - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 09:27:53 EST ID:sDC0ib4K No.379933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379915
So Suporn's vags don't look like gaping holes even after years of dilating?
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Eliza Picklebanks - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 20:08:23 EST ID:8y1WDJNP No.379958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379933
You have to dilate every day for a year and then after that only once a week. So if you consider dilating once a week enough to create this "gaping hole" then yes but if not no. I mean people have sex once a week so do they get "gaping holes" from that?
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Eliza Picklebanks - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 00:27:20 EST ID:8y1WDJNP No.379964 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379958
also alot of cis women use dilators as well. There's this thing called vaginismus. Dilators arnt just a transwomen thing.


dreams? by Jack Muffingdale - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 18:21:16 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.379861 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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although this might belong in /dr/ i want to know how u tranny's feel about this.

ok i occasionally dreamed that i was a girl back in the day, and they were my favorite dreams. But since i've transitioned i always dream i'm a girl and they rent as magical does anyone have a similar feeling to this
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Emma Sapperlock - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 16:25:49 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.379943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379932
You aren't reclaiming shit, you're just perpetuating the hate speech we all see on the regular. The only time I call transwomen trannies is when I'm referring to the hateful, bigoted way society sees us: as degenerate trannies. Practically every hateful remark thrown at us has the word in it. The connotations associated with that don't simply go away because you threw a rainbow over your tumblr.

But your argument already devolved into the childish "stop being offended" and "don't like it, too bad", so you're probably too immature to understand what we're trying to tell you anyway. You aren't the dictator of language, kid.
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Graham Clannerfod - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 18:13:40 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.379947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379943
>You aren't the dictator of language, kid.
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Nigger Beffingfield - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 18:23:18 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.379948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379943
literally no one has ever called me tranny in real life
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Hugh Buzzford - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 18:46:04 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379943

If you want to continue discussing this create your own damn thread and lets stop derailing the OPs thread.
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Hugh Buzzford - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 18:48:52 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379942

i cant remember any dreams from my childhood, let alone a week ago. unless i wrote them down.


Transparent by Cedric Grandspear - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 00:28:27 EST ID:oDGl032L No.378864 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup /cd/, I know there's already a thread on /mtv/ about this but given the subject matter at hand, I wanted to come here to get your thoughts about Transparent. What do you guys think of the show and how do you feel they handled transgender issues on it?
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Wesley Crannerheck - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 19:45:26 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379906

nah, you're wrong, the person you quoted is pretty much right.
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David Dibberbury - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 22:24:20 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.379918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Jesus Christ this thread needs popcorn not anything else. It's a comedy fest in here with how ridiculous everyone sounds and how harsh their opinions are.

I'm not sure where to comment first and considering that almost everyone is flaming everyone, I won't bother.

Suffice it to say I think it's a good show. The main topic being that 'life is too fucking complicated.'
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Graham Clannerfod - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 23:25:10 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.379921 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379918
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Samuel Muggledit - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 12:15:33 EST ID:zul48pfx No.379937 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379918
I didn't notice any flaming.
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John Furringwure - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 13:15:06 EST ID:qvMh0VNW No.379938 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379907
nope youre wrong. its basically a catch-all and is most definitely used as such. Its thrown around as a sort of boogeyman. A random, slag-off pejorative as a way of saying "those" people, when in actual fact - like all people who fabricate these little groups who conform to excessive, extreme stereotypes - its just something to demonise, something ficticious to look down your nose at and feel superior to. Like all the people who are all like "feminists think ..... and they are SO dumb and hypocritial because actually...." Im sure theyve got some picture of some "feminist" cunt in their head, an entitled, arrogant loud-mouthed woman they can use to direct their spite towards. In actuality its all just make-believe because people want to argue and to be right when they argue.


What did therapy do for you by Nicholas Nickleshaw - Thu, 09 Oct 2014 13:26:36 EST ID:oaX/GVnd No.379336 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi, I was wandering what therapy does for you, I'm not talking about how it takes you a step closer to mones (if you choose not to DIY), I mean what does it do for you personally? How did it help YOU deal with your issues and what are some good positives you took from seeing a therapist.
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Nathaniel Fanshaw - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 03:19:21 EST ID:AZQSrbod No.379426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379336
I think therapists are only good as an outlet to talk about all your issues. Like for me I am stealth so I get sad about not being able to talk about all my struggles otherwise i'd out myself. But atleast I can talk about it to my therapist.
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Lydia Nammerdine - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 05:26:51 EST ID:RXL90kqy No.379433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379426

When the therapist is good, knows what they are doing and follows a non-bullshit framework they can be really helpful. Too bad you don't find good therapists that often.
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Fanny Crirringstick - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 06:01:39 EST ID:/XOMnMwt No.379436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379433
I like my therapist he is there to listenand i told him that's all i need. Although I do see him for other reasons.. Like overcoming trauma
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Martha Trotridge - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 13:50:30 EST ID:kWCe2BSF No.379517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379336
Ive gone to psychs/therapists for other things, and they have been worthless.

Therapists are basically good to have someone to talk to for the sake of being able to get it out, if you dont have anyone else. Generic scripted responses and fake empathy. Ive found them more frustrating and isolating than anything else.

Psychs are basically only good for dispensing psych medicine, and half of the time they give you the wrong medication.

Aside from just HRT though, remember that you will have to go to a therapist/psych if you want any surgery stuff, including orchi. So its worth going to them just for that aspect of gatekeeping, where there isnt really a self-medding equivalent (except that one doctor who does orchi without letters).
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Thomas Bremmerstitch - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 11:04:54 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.379934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379336

It really depends on whether you get a good therapist or not. I talked to two different psychologists from age 13-16, both were like OK, but at 16 I moved to another one, and he is so great and it has really helped me a lot, even in ways I didn't know I needed lol.. I recommend everyone at least try therapy, at least it can't hurt right.


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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Jack Muffingdale - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 18:05:40 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.379860 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you should get a prescription for spiro and estro
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Graham Niggergold - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 19:20:13 EST ID:4lPg7u+s No.379864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379860
huuurrrrrrr
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Wesley Crannerheck - Sun, 19 Oct 2014 21:01:56 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379860

Whatever, just shush.

OP, i have no idea about entropay stuff, maybe call entropay support? idk.
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Eugene Pickson - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 20:32:24 EST ID:4hmuaxNB No.379910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379846

Don't bother with entropay. Use e-checks. I just ordered like a month ago and it works fine and no you don't need a prescription.
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Cyril Bardworth - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 04:19:15 EST ID:ROcX6KU9 No.379929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379910
Were you logged in when you tried it? I got it working for myself after logging out. Either it hates my account or IHP most likely changed the checkout forms.

This is my take on what went wrong:
IHP uses two checkout forms, one for registered users, and non-registered. Both are read by the server in the same way. The non-registered had an extra line added to it which asks for a prescription, and the server had to be updated to read the new form. Problem is they forgot to change the form for registered users.

That's a big issue with redundancy. When you change it in one place, you need to change it everywhere else. However, I'm not sure if that was the case. I'm drawing this conclusion from retyping everything, trying several different payment methods, and working ONLY after logging out. Maybe IHP bans accounts for not sending in those prescriptions.



tl;dr:
Logout and complete your transaction.


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