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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?
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Thomas Crindermudge - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 10:33:18 EST ID:FbNA8o2U No.380362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380361
I doubt it. Just make sure you arn't taking anything that affects your serotonin
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Thomas Crindermudge - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 10:35:32 EST ID:FbNA8o2U No.380363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380362
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
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Fucking Cabbersock - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 11:11:18 EST ID:s7ghGI8V No.380364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380361
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.
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Charlotte Grimhall - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 02:52:53 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.380379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380361
I took mdma 2 times within 2 weeks on 200mg spiro and np ezpz.


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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Isabella Worthingforth - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 09:15:04 EST ID:Yxs8HMgr No.380359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
But if you get a BA, don't you have to get another BA every 8-10 years or so? What if you lose feeling in your boobs?
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Thomas Crindermudge - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 09:23:50 EST ID:FbNA8o2U No.380360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380359
I think you have to get yearly replacement silicone bags if you get BA. It may be less frequent. I have not read much on the topic since I'm fairly satisfied with my boobs. I prefer small boobs neways cause they are more comfortable and aesthetically pleasing. I do wish to achieve a high B cup though right now I'm high A to borderline B
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Beatrice Pesslebark - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 16:44:55 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380359

thats a consequence you'll need to live with, the skin will be stretched anyhow, plus you get a whole 8-10 years to save!!

>>380360
They have methods these days that last a lot longer, afaik silicone isn't even what they use/recommend anymore.
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Fucking Bagglebanks - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 01:36:03 EST ID:rUMKG9Wt No.380377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's to do with the rate of development and is typical of eager DIYers that don't have an accurate sense of how they should be progressing.
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Edwin Clorrydotch - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 01:41:39 EST ID:kHwsF7lJ No.380378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380353
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.


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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Nicholas Braffingson - Wed, 29 Oct 2014 21:18:31 EST ID:459yK7rO No.380290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380198
i see what you mean. i should have checked his other work. i wouldent have started this thread if i had. you gotta admit though, hes pretty good at not seeming like an asshole spouting shit data at a glance to the layman.
sorry for double post.
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John Harringmit - Wed, 29 Oct 2014 22:43:26 EST ID:DXka7fE2 No.380293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>380072

This. I hate peoole who cant mind their own business. Its completely annoying. I want revenge.
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Cyril Ginningbed - Wed, 29 Oct 2014 23:14:54 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.380295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>380293
I thought I was the only one on here who shitposted with shitty image macros

But really, pull your head out of your ass (that goes for >>380072 as well). No, you don't necessarily owe anyone an explanation, but that's no reason to be a dickhead about it. And revenge for what? You have no valid claim to revenge
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Cedric Dizzlewater - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 17:38:54 EST ID:sdSF0g6k No.380373 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Milo Yiannopoulos

Yeah, you'd do better to disregard anything he has to say. He's a hard-right winger and of course is transphobic. And homophobic. And so on. And not interested in even considering other points. No particular malice? Heh, not quite. I think it was just the other day he tweeted "Saying you're proud to be gay is ridiculous, UNLESS there is indeed an element of choice, which is furiously denied by the gay lobby."

And christ, is his twitter such a fun thing to even skim through.

Oh, just saw this choice piece: "I’m proud to be a man, and I consider being a man among the greatest gifts God has given me."

And that article killed some brain cells. "When the hole is dug between his legs, it is lined with the head of his penis and part of his colon." Really? People who write such articles should be forced to actually research the subject material and prove that they did with references and summaries. It's pretty funny that he describes some form of SRS and then leaves out hormone treatment for "the sake of weaker-stomached readers."
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Fucking Bagglebanks - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 01:34:33 EST ID:rUMKG9Wt No.380376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's a study out there that claims that sex changes aren't effective treatment for trangendered persons because of the high suicide rate associated with this segment of the population.

The authors of this study use this outcome to argue for further post operative care for transgendered persons, ie sex change isn't the end of your transition.

But instead bigots and political pundits use this study to argue against providing care for transgendered individuals.

It makes me unbelievably sad to learn that perfectly normal and average people can grow to hate me should they learn I was born a boy.


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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Faggy Honeydale - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 14:23:02 EST ID:4X1Gt9rr No.380368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380366
The permanent and "good" solution is to have a browlift, and make them high enough so that you can pluck them both above and below.
Otherwise you could try to pluck them so they regrow, and then you keep brushing them upwards as they grow out, while also using brow gel.
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Rebecca Brookbury - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 17:22:27 EST ID:tQS5H18U No.380372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>380366
>Stop doing that thing with your eyes (top).
>Let someone trim your eyebrows.

Pic is me.
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Cyril Gockleshaw - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 18:21:35 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.380374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380372
if those are both you, there's a lot of hope for op
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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!)


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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Graham Feffingdale - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 03:31:42 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.380347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380341
because its a really long story? like we dont want to write essays of our experiences - this thread was just about the good things. totally fine to have a thread about "how you transitioned" thats fine, theres been heaps over the years, when it comes to "whats good in your life" threads ive seen maybe 3
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Beatrice Pesslebark - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 03:44:40 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380343

just be yourself, everything you do, you do, you are a girl. get that through your head, so can you interact people in the girl position? there is no girl position, girls and guys are basically the same with some differences.

Just be yourself, stop worrying about not knowing things, you're a girl, you learn by experience, so any position you take is the girl position, if you think you're doing something super dooper manly just own it and you'll probs never do it again, the best way to go about your business is to be semi-stealth, which means, dont go walking around with a trans flag and tattooing die cis scum on your arm, be yourself, transition should be allowing you to be free, to be yourself, you dont need to hide, just go out to a bar every Wednesday night, people will put you in the 'girl position', but aslong as you just be yourself, try not to tell every passer by on the street your trans story and how you are trans etc, just chill the fuck out and be yourself.

Good luck.

If you come across as being a girl, then no one will ever think you were a guy, so be yourself, you are free now. time to take off the mask and feel the wind on your personality.
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Faggy Honeydale - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 14:21:26 EST ID:4X1Gt9rr No.380367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380136
Just had FFS, a bit over a week ago, and it's made me much much happier. I kind of finally start to feel like I might make it and may have some good things in life, and I'm also able to talk with my mom a lot more, and I'm not as avoidant in social and physical situations with her.
I've even become slightly happier with my body, I think it's still gonna need some work.
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Betsy Bunham - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 15:48:46 EST ID:Err7NoJV No.380369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380342
Only if you pass
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Beatrice Pesslebark - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 16:40:19 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380369

even that isnt an excuse this day and age, if you dont pass just suck it up and go hang at queer bars. just own yourself stop worrying about things you cannot control.


Wanting to look more feminine/sexy? by Jack Seshwadge - Sat, 04 Oct 2014 16:13:20 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.379042 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I am about 3 months out from hormones, I've got a small amount of andro clothing (I'd have more but I've been broke more often than not) and am going to start really getting into makeup/hairstyles/etc.

I had a really hard time getting over my own 23 years of hard wiring and a homophobic dad (who has turned a new page over and is AMAZING, willing to throw money at me to an extent) and I am just not beginning to have less problems with it.

I am so excited for my titty skittles it ISN'T FUNNY. So excited that I want to jump for joy (waited for this for so fucking long) and now that it's happening I really want to get down to business.

So~ I come to the girls (and the guys if they want to answer) of seedy to ask some questions.

First and foremost, I am not a trap but I do feel that maybe some guides on 'trapping' would be acceptable advice. (Such as the the picture here: http://boards.420chan.org/cd/res/376801.php , very relevant). Does anyone else have any guides, tips, advice on feminizing my appearance? I've done a good amount, hair down to my shoulders by now and am trying everything I can manage but am ALWAYS hungry for more information (the more detailed and lengthy info, the better!)

Secondly, I want to maximize/super charge my boob growth as my genetics don't play into that and I'm rather big so I want big boobs. What can I do to do this?

Until I get the surgery (which I KNOW I am going to, maybe implants too if my boobs don't grow) I need to know how to tuck. Apparently I have been doing this since I was VERY little and never knew but it isn't really acceptable for wearing tighter clothing because I still have that bulge (WHICH I FUCKING HATE). So tips? Guides? Videos!?

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William Blisslespear - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 21:33:27 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.380331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380326
I've done some light googling but I keep getting scotland slang for house and a hook. What is a gaff? I can assume but would like some more edu-ma-kayted peoples to speak up.
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Cyril Gockleshaw - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 21:39:00 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.380333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>380331
An underwear kind of thing that holds your junk in place
tends to look pretty weird but there's no bulge
search how to make a gaff on google, one of the vids has this late transitioner standing up with it and that's exactly how all transwomen look.
I kind of tried to draw it
It just looks strange on its own
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William Blisslespear - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 00:36:59 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.380335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380333
It gives a better idea than none at all, really. Thanks.

Back on the original topic, though. I'm fairly fair complected, have a rather tall, lanky body. I'm assuming that mones will do a fair share of their work but I guess when it comes down to ... I dunno, a cross between feeling better about your body AND looking more feminine outwardly, is the 'trick' (hate using that word, makes it sound like you're trying to trick someone) basically a combination of everything? Clothing? Hair? Makeup? Voice? Mannerisms?

I just worry that I won't ... y'know, ever /get/ there.
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Cyril Gockleshaw - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 02:44:29 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.380345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380335
all of those help a lot
you need a certain amount of each, and a great voice or face or body can really push you in the right direction
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Fucking Cabbersock - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 11:16:04 EST ID:s7ghGI8V No.380365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380315
It's a hell of a lot better. I dunno, I'm not gonna say it's for everyone, but for me personally, I feel so much better taped than not.
I don't do it often though, because it is (if you'll excuse the pun) a bit of a ball-ache, and is often not worth the time. I do it when I'm either feeling very down and need that to be hidden even when going to the toilet, or if I'm on the edge of feeling shit and 9 times out of 10 it will help me feel a lot better.


Voice by Phyllis Bingerworth - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 01:16:54 EST ID:kIdgHiJn No.375564 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I tried to look up youtube videos of how to change my voice, but I am just confused and have no idea what I am looking for. Does anybody have any recommendations? The only thing I have managed to figure out is that I gotta reach a falsetto?
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Matilda Pondlenotch - Sat, 20 Sep 2014 17:44:46 EST ID:pwd2Onfb No.378548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378537
at least for me, when I swallow it goes up higher than I can actually hold it without swallowing

try to just get it higher than where it normally sits
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Hugh Ningerhutch - Sat, 20 Sep 2014 20:16:56 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378537

just keep trying.
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William Blisslespear - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 02:49:17 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.380346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Can someone explain to me what the fuck resonance and intonation are? I'm not even sure what the hell those are. Currently seeking voice training and freaking out that it won't ever work out.
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Beatrice Pesslebark - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 03:33:18 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378519

cover your mouth with a napkin or tissue, it muffles the noise.
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Thomas Crindermudge - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 06:38:24 EST ID:FbNA8o2U No.380356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380346
resonance is like vibration in your throat when you produce a sound using your voice. So if you speak lower in your throat u'll sound more deep cause theres more vibrations your voice has to go through. and intonation is like the way you speak. Like when you use your singing voice or more emotive like talking like a super feminine girl.


General Name Thread.. Unisex names? by Shit Nurringforth - Tue, 28 Oct 2014 08:41:59 EST ID:E+pImF7q No.380228 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Let's talk names, /cd/. How'd you pick yours? How long ago did you pick it out and do you still like it? I'm not actually "out" but I have been thinking about names a lot lately. I'm about 6 months into HRT and it's actually getting hard to hide this from everyone. I have been thinking about going with a gender neutral name, like Jamie or Reese. I actually think Duncan would be a really cute name for a girl. Has anyone actually gone with a gender neutral name? It seems a little indecisive to me to actually do this but there's a lot of benefits of having a gender neutral name. I'd actually be able to go ahead and change it for one. I also buy a lot of clothes online and it feels a little awkward having it addressed to the name I was given, esp. when it's all girls' clothes..

Also, general name thread.
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Angus Blorrydale - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 00:40:32 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.380297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When you have to live like us, choosing a unisex name is setting yourself up for hardship. Just don't.
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Charles Sullykune - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 01:51:58 EST ID:rUMKG9Wt No.380304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm going by Ari right now but I think I might go actually change that to Renee - Renee is the game my mom originally wanted to give me.
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John Hinningcocke - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 08:58:55 EST ID:E+pImF7q No.380309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380297
If I were to choose a gender neutral name then it would give me the option of having it growing with me. I'd go ahead and do the name change and no one would clock me from name alone. Eventually no one would think anything of it just as if a cis female were named Jordan or Logan. (At least that's the hope.. ). I love feminine names but do I think a name like "Allison" is going to fit me as they would a cis female? I just don't know. What about when your name is "Alice" but with the little "M" on your ID card still? How are you going to secure a job for things like hormones and transition expenses? There are the things that concern me anyways..
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Shit Poddlelatch - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 09:45:44 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380310 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380309

The name should fit your personality more than your appearance, if that makes any sense.
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William Surringnot - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 04:25:48 EST ID:TkJc0R3r No.380352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380228
Choosing an unisex name means that every person that you meet and introduce yourself to, you will have to wonder whether that person thinks of you as a boy or a girl and it will just be really stressful , at least thats what I think


Exercising. by Barnaby Greenwater - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 07:34:33 EST ID:GuLE9md9 No.380192 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I feel like this could also go in the fitness board, but I feel like it may be a little different. Does anyone have any tips for achieving a feminine frame/body/whatever via exercising? I know there are ways where you can tone your hips, butt, etc in a feminine way, but I just don't know where to start. I want to have a body that I could pass with as both male and female, y'know, genderfluid things, like I said, I just don't really know how to start.

Pic mostly unrelated.
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Basil Hongershaw - Tue, 28 Oct 2014 19:09:08 EST ID:Ruy3nqW/ No.380243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380192
That .gif

Good for her
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Edwin Dronningtig - Tue, 28 Oct 2014 21:32:46 EST ID:+WgjdXP9 No.380249 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380220
Really it should be
>start HRT
>eat a lot
>diet
>work out
sexiness
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Barnaby Bremmerchog - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 01:56:45 EST ID:itBvE/Qt No.380305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380249
You forgot step one, diet so hard that you lose all your male fat deposits
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Lillian Nigglechud - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 04:26:19 EST ID:+806gigT No.380306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380305
yis but often they will go away if you do a little/lot of walking every/other day

my belly has gone way down and other places etc
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William Blisslespear - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 01:00:53 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.380336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm very curious about this too. Should you diet like crazy (i.e. lose as much weight as you can) pre hormones? I've heard of people losing it more easily when they start AA and sometimes 'mones than before.

Going to look at those other threads too.


When does it end by Albert Brookbury - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 00:28:10 EST ID:itBvE/Qt No.380334 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just came across a terrifying acronym
>LGBTQQIAP+
How does this make you feel
How does it make you feel that people degrade actual issues in this fashion
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Beatrice Pesslebark - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 01:39:20 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.380340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380334

lgbtQQiap lol

Everyone wants to be included and in this particular moment, why shouldnt we? sometimes people dont even mention the t, they just say lgb.

i just say queer these days anyhow.
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Polly Bisslehere - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 02:17:56 EST ID:B8iskLt5 No.380344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>380334
u wot m8


'How to be a Woman' ~ 'Crash Course' by Charlotte Bibblehadging - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 17:45:33 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.380319 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Firstly, please don't take the title offensively. I think innately all of us (MtF's) are women and it's not really 'trying' to be one but I was thinking the other night so bare with me here: If we had been born the correct gender, then we would've learned A LOT just by growing up that I think cis-gendered girls just take for granted. It's REALLY hard to ask questions and learn stuff when ... you don't even know what to ask. It's a little easier for those of us with friends who are girls or those of us with sisters who accept us and attempt to help, although I am in neither category. (I blame moving far too much and never developing the ability to make friends nor the courage to approach people.)

So, I figured that a really fantastic idea for a thread would be a thread where we could all collect and explain those little quirks, tips, tricks, and learned behaviors and such that really 'finish' being able to come off as female to society. As we all know, being perceived as female is a series of behaviors, small social quirks and cues, looks, touchups, the way you walk, talk, react. Everything! It gets frustrating sometimes because it's juggling so much simply because a lot of us are overcoming learned behaviors for ten or twenty (or in the case of others, even more!) years of learned behaviors as a gender we were ... not.

How about we all chip in and let everyone know those odd things you learned in your transition that YOU didn't even know to ask but found out by sheer luck and you'd think would be somewhat difficult to find so that we can all share the wisdom.

Basically, I just want a potluck of experience and learning to be placed here. I, for one, am horrible to make this as I am still just starting out and it spooks me but I've already learned a few things here and there (such as coloring your hair or lightening it and trimming/shaping your eyebrows make a bigger difference than you'd think!) which of course I'll share but I definitely think this would benefit us all.
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George Fuckinghall - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 20:39:35 EST ID:JSqTpR9n No.380325 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm not offended, this is actually a really good idea and you're totally right. I think about all the time how I never had the same kind of relationship with my mother or sister or a group of female friends that your average cis girl would have and it destroys me inside a lot.

I don't really have much advice to give because I'm early in my transition myself but I just wanted to say I support and understand your idea.
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Edwin Cuckleway - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 21:03:51 EST ID:29eAmRgT No.380328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>380319

Well.. if I may intervene, I don't think it's about "learning" stuff about gestures, behaviors and so ... Gestures and other "language body" stuff will come for sure if we are connected to our feminine energy. That's the key if a woman wants to be feminine. It's not how they move, but how much they are connected to their own "feminine energy".
If you want to fake a woman, it will look .... fake. The more you are aware of your inner womanhood, the more things will come naturally.
Of course, you can type "being feminine" and stuff on Google/Youtube and you'll find tips. But you get tired in the end to pay attention to so many things in public. You will feel that the whole experience is stressful and hard and you will have a felling of failure. And it's normal, because all you're doing is faking a feminine woman.
So, I would start by trying to understand who I am as a woman first. I would try to connect to my womanhood and to explore and express that in a genuine way. I would start by learning about my feminine energy (what's that, how can I connect to it and so on ..)
I transitioned 2/half years ago and I went full-time when I was about 7 months of HRT (and now I'm stealth). I always tried to understand my feminine and masculine part. And also, I always tried to understand why I needed both so much. I've been feminine in my gestures and behavior without paying attention to things. The only thing I had to be aware at first (the first months of my full-time) was walking. But even this changed in time in a natural way.
So, yeah, read whatever you think it's important to learn but really DON'T forget to learn how to connect to your own feminine energy. That's my tip ;)
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William Blisslespear - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 21:35:36 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.380332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380328
I agree wholeheartedly. We are our own people and insofar as that, women/girls. I guess the goal I had of this was that others could help everyone by giving stuff they've found to pass more easily in society and be accepted as a girl/woman by those around them.


>>380325

Thankies! ♥ I had the idea while I was falling asleep, put it on a sticky note like a week ago and never followed up. xD


Hey boobheads. by Ian Drollyhit - Fri, 24 Oct 2014 16:57:13 EST ID:CQJUX0aC No.380066 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just poking in here, since it's been 5 years since I came here for advice and discussion, and things couldn't have gone better.

Somehow I successfully reintegrated into society as a young woman with real world goals and aspirations, surrounded by unknowing, predominantly cis-het individuals and I'm progressing through my field swimmingly.

I guess I just wanted to say that it can be done, genetics backed me and so did my healthcare professionals which I understand isn't always the deal you get.

Perhaps if anyone wanted to ask me anything you think I could answer, I'd be more than happy to help just like those who helped me in 2009. Perhaps questions relating to surgery, psychotherapy, processes or anything. I think I went through them all.

Much love, I'll check back every few hours.
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Fanny Hubbernone - Sat, 25 Oct 2014 17:06:07 EST ID:S34Rlmli No.380111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pics or it didn't happen.
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Hedda Murdwater - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 13:18:45 EST ID:itji/kbf No.380313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Alright, I'm going to be that asshole
Is there any chance of you posting the results of the surgery? There are _no_ resources online or anywhere else that show post-op several years after the fact after it all healed that aren't using outdated methods or on people that are a billion years old.
For people like me, this scares the shit out of me because I have no idea what the results even CAN be.
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Basil Sebbletat - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 14:05:11 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.380314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380313
I actually never have seen results from later on
also, op can still be anonymous
we can hope?
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Charlotte Bibblehadging - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 19:37:01 EST ID:8TgGJ/NH No.380323 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380091
Took me a LONG time to work through this but there are a lot of people who are confused for (to my personal observation) two reasons:

  1. If you're bisexual, or like girls then you can get confused between what you find attractive and what you'd find attractive for yourself. This gets easier with time IMO. For example, I kind of like muscle girls. I'd NEVER want to be muscle-y myself. Think it'd be terrible for me.

2. Because you (the REAL you, on the inside and your mind) is a girl, you're going to see fantasies from the female perspective. It took me a long time to work it out but just because you see yourself in a female perspective getting fucked or sucking cock or WHATEVER does not mean it's strictly sexual. Genetically, males are designed for wanting sex 24/7. That's the dick, not you. It's bullshit but it's a byproduct of the body you were born with (and screwed over by). It's one of the things I hope goes away when I start taking mones is about 50% of my sex drive cause I have FAR too much.
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Basil Sebbletat - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 19:54:03 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.380324 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>380323
Wait, I actually meant that I wasn't going to purposely fap in them, I really don't think it'd make a difference to me what I wore.
I'm just thinking I want overly fem clothes because I've never had girl clothes of my own.


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