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Trial/Expirement by Archie Nishlerk - Wed, 24 Sep 2014 19:39:14 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.378687 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to see how my body responds to the hormones without causing any irreversable effects. I want to see how I respond emotionally to the drugs before I commit to anything. Mainly to see if the effects are unbarable or if I'm a good fit.

I have some questions. How long should I try them out for? How much should I take to guage their effects? And any general advice or warnings.
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Fucking Shakestock - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 21:49:16 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.378897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378886
Well if you're going to willfully stick to unrealistic expectations there's nothing anyone will be able to do for you and you're just going to keep chasing that carrot. Have fun I guess.
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Reuben Coshlin - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 02:15:53 EST ID:g0fANojW No.378903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378786
I don't get it. I don't look nearly as good as you, yet being 2 years full time, I've not been clocked once. If anything, people absolutely can't and won't believe me if I tell them that I'm trans. Heck, I was half naked in front of my whole class and no one batted an eye. I don't understand how you don't pass all the time, clearly something is giving you away, and I doubt it's got to do with your looks.

And for reference, I'm 5'11" with broad shoulders, I rarely wear makeup.
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Emma Fuckingfield - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 02:50:50 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378904 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>378903

i think you misquoted here :p

I think she is just too self conscious and that's whats giving her away, i think she is still holding on to some of the male identity she had growing up, she needs to let it go and just realise that she is 100% a woman and perfect.
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Emma Fuckingfield - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 02:57:06 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378904

what im trying to say is imagine telepathy is real, if you think "they are going to find out i was born a man etc etc etc" then people can pick up on that vibe. just stop worrying about passing and you shall (but make sure you pass before you stop caring :p)
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Charles Savingman - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 12:08:37 EST ID:ANhnyAXt No.378912 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378887
I think I can differentiate between what looks I get
>If you really want to know whether or not you pass, start online dating without mentioning that you're trans to anyone. You'll find out pretty quickly whether or not you pass
I used to get unaware guys at clubs often when I still felt like going there, but maybe that's because they're slightly drunk and I'm pretty much looking my best. Thing is I can't look my best everyday.

>>378892
Yea before, thanks

>>378894
>I'm also a perfectionist, so I understand. I'm saving up for an FFS that everyone tells me I don't need/shouldn't get.
I like you
I think I'am a bit body dysmorphic, but unlike people with diagnosed condition my mood improves after changes happen.
I don't think I'm fishing for compliments, more like looking people who are dealing with similar issues

>>378896
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Your daily pill regimen by Hugh Cragglenodging - Fri, 05 Sep 2014 21:13:02 EST ID:3NKjUI70 No.377878 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So /cd/, how many pills do you take a day?

me:
2 x Spiro 100mg
2 x Estrofem 2mg
1 x Fincar 5mg
2 x Dextroamphetamine 20mg
6 x Collagen sup 1000mg
2-6 x Ibuprofen 200mg

~17 total
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Jack Bleddlegold - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 15:37:29 EST ID:DMVvaa4c No.378885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>377878
2x 2mg progynova
1x 50mg androcur
Vitamin D supplements
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Jarvis Snodman - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 02:13:57 EST ID:VIurPHgh No.378902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Everyone in this thread is taking too much spiro and not enough E.
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Eugene Trotham - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 03:57:47 EST ID:6Og9uXma No.378907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378902
What are your recommendations?
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George Winkinstadge - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 07:03:32 EST ID:ILM2JAad No.378908 Ignore Report Quick Reply
0,5mg androcur
2x2 Gynokadin Gel
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Ebenezer Cronnerdock - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 11:50:00 EST ID:Zi49jwNz No.378911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
1x 25mg Androcur
2x 2mg Progynova
2x 100mg Progesterone (Utrogestan) 15 days a month.

Will be increased to 50mg Androcur and 6mg (mayby 8) Progynova, since my T is still to high and my E too low.


Survey: Who are you attracted to? by Cedric Drummerhall - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 06:21:49 EST ID:Py7iuO5O No.378736 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Choose all that apply.
[ ] Men
[ ] Women
[ ] Trans
[ ] Other (Please explain)

Straight non-trans male here. Just curious.
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Nigel Bluttingville - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 03:22:28 EST ID:GFA6j7k8 No.378833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
[x ] Men
[x ] Women
[ ] Trans
[ ] Other (Please explain)
It doesn't matter if you're trans as long as you look like a man or a woman and not a hon or something.
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Hamilton Nivinghuck - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 01:36:21 EST ID:+T5Kjv3j No.378866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
[X] Men - Curious
[X] Women - In a relationship with one
[X] Trans - Also curious
[ ] Other (Please explain)

A bit stumped at the moment. I have been wondering if I was bi for about 10 years now but I have been in two back-to-back long term relationships with women in that time, so no chance to experiment. The one I'm in now could comfortably last forever without much effort; it is fun and easy and yet I'm sure I will regret only ever having been with women.
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Whitey Mammerture - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 13:59:36 EST ID:qt5BR2lU No.378882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
[X] I don't know

I seem to still be attracted to women after hormones, but I like some guys too, now. But it doesn't really matter--I don't want anyone to touch me. My own body disgusts me that badly. The bathroom and shower are bad enough.
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Fucking Shakestock - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 10:09:05 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.378909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All of them, no preferences. I enjoy the things people of different genders each bring to sex and relationships.
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Caroline Blanninghall - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 11:20:28 EST ID:/ORybljV No.378910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
[X] Men
[ ] Women
[ ] Trans
[ ] Other (Please explain)


The bottom line on DIY HRT - MtF Edition by Lillian Hibberfield - Mon, 01 Sep 2014 00:39:48 EST ID:wVAtHFA2 No.377693 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Some people go on about the risks and how foolish someone is for self medicating themselves, but others call bullshit and say how it's simply exaggerated and perfectly safe to do it.

So I call upon /CD to share their opinions on this! Is it safe, or not? I want to begin self medicating, and yet I'm afraid of what to go with for my medication.

What are the most common DIY regimens for AA and E, and where are the cheapest places to purchase them online?
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Charlotte Nillerridge - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 20:16:36 EST ID:c4RWJMys No.378895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378618

Sorry for bump but can someone confirm / deny that IHP requires prescription for US orders?
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Henry Turveyfuck - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 22:03:44 EST ID:ZlcEuxBJ No.378898 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378895
If you've ordered from them before they don't seem to care (I ordered recently with no problems), but they do require prescriptions for new customers.
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Emma Fuckingfield - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 00:23:07 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378899 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378895

i kind of dont want this to be common knowledge, i think once circlejerk started spreading around that you could order from ihp without prescription the jig was up.So with that being said...
I know it feels awkward, but just order. if they start bugging you for a prescription just say that you're going to pass on their fax details to your doctor, then send a follow up (3-4hrs+) saying that you found a cheaper pharmacy and request a refund.
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Jarvis Snodman - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 02:01:02 EST ID:VIurPHgh No.378900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The bottom line is; if you are self medicating and not going for a regular blood test that measures your T and E levels at least you could have taken too much of either an E or T blocker which leads to serious health risks. Or alternatively you took too little which wont give you the desired effect.
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Emma Fuckingfield - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 02:54:46 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378900

this is true, however the risk is very small, just dont take more than 4mg estrogen a day when self medding and any pains consult a doctor. but seriously if you self med for 6 months and go to a doctor you pretty much get a legit script dont give them specifics about where you got the meds just say "the internet".


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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Angus Hosslenon - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 03:39:41 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378871 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378868

yes, she is a late transitioner who was bored with life so they decided to transition (they dont actually say that, but its easy to tell, her kids didnt pay any attention to her etc etc), typical hon case.

i have only seen the first episode however and only seen the reaction from one of her children.
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Cedric Grandspear - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 03:46:15 EST ID:oDGl032L No.378873 Report Quick Reply
Anyways here's the /mtv/ thread for cross reference >>>/mtv/299174.

>>378868
Well it's a family comedy-drama centered around Mort Pfefferman, played by Jeffrey Tambor in pic related, who comes out as trans to his family. From the revelation of Mort's coming out, a lot of it is about the adjustment and issues his kids have to deal with as well as their own secrets, including their own sexual lives, being unraveled. It's gotten rave reviews and not only being the best show Amazon Instant Video has come out with but best new show this year. I figure that the trans community might appreciate this show.
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Lillian Ducklefut - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 09:00:41 EST ID:ANhnyAXt No.378876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378864
havent seen or even heard about it before, but I think it encourages stereotype that trans are creepy ugly men with too much free time
Besides showing fugly hons is best way to kick young transitioners back in the closet
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George Bopperwod - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 17:43:02 EST ID:wyNDtD4a No.378891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
is this why jeff tambor's character's plotline the 4th season of arrested development had so much crossdressing as a reference to this show or something
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William Dartcocke - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 19:39:20 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.378893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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it made me sad and happy, i liked it, watched the entire season within 2 days.

however i feel like because Maura was so early in the transition she didnt portray a good amout of self consciousness and general awkwar/uncomfortablness.... maybe that doesnt happen when you are older but like that's what happened to mne when i first started dressing


Switching back to pills from injections by Martin Nonnerville - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 17:38:32 EST ID:BnNgFNO9 No.378890 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have an issue. Two months ago, I went to an OBGYN to get my levels checked because my endo (at mazzoni center) refused to check for my E levels and only cared about my T levels being suppressed. I got my results and the OBGYN had a major concern over the results. My levels tested at 1436 PG/ML which is 4 times greater than of a natal female's levels.

I contacted my endo about the results and he said that those levels are normal for injections because I was a t the peak. Now this confused me because I got my blood tested 5 days after my shot, so I figured it would be a lot lower than my results. So I take 20mg/.5cc of delestrogen every week in the glute and 100 mg spiro. So I deced to lower my dose to .3cc every week and hoping to get my levels back on track hopefully.

I figured that my high E levels stopped me from changing much as my breasts haven't grown in a long time and nothing else has changed. I also started late and it could be a genetic thing as well. So I ask, should i go go back to pills and see iof it'll restarted changes or no?


Yay by Angus Grimstone - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 19:45:35 EST ID:gx21uOum No.378818 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just saying stop fucking worrying about it. GF of almost 2 years.
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Eugene Fimblelock - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 00:43:32 EST ID:gx21uOum No.378865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378860
Its a statement for all the depressed, emo, sun-hating, basement dwelling Kaylas that think they'll never find anyone. Sorry I had to spell it out for ya
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Barnaby Mibberworth - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 01:40:09 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.378867 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378865
your single minded ideals for life goals don't apply to everyone; shoo with your pretentious attention seeking blog threads
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Betsy Brookhall - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 04:45:41 EST ID:rift3TwE No.378875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378865
Well, I personally appreciate the message.

Pretty much everyone I've seen just wants to use me for sex. Sex is nice, sure, but I want something more.
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Ernest Snodfoot - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 16:35:04 EST ID:2o7oBapo No.378888 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Congrats, op, but the "it happened to me so it could happen to you" logic is really annoying.
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Eliza Medgechore - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 02:04:26 EST ID:FrggDhyS No.378901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378888
My problems are solved so they don't exist anymore!


1 4 the $, 2 4 the show by Hedda Podgeman - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 20:23:48 EST ID:yblArQza No.378850 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How did you come out? what gave you the courage? I feel like I'm just gonna put it off a few more months then off myself. Should I just do it in secret?
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Barnaby Mibberworth - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:16:53 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.378852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
By being prepared enough to move out if it went bad. Don't expect anything to go your way. I was very suicidal beforehand, but I eventually decided that there was no point in killing myself before even trying to make my life worth living. That was years ago and none of my family accepts me now, but I'm over them and much happier with being myself.
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Angus Hosslenon - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:40:28 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378856 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378850

i was moving out and just said "mum, dad im a transexual" and then let it roll from there.
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Angus Publingdet - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 23:54:11 EST ID:ulyStB52 No.378863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I didn't intend too. I was pretty set on the idea of never transitioning, but....

My parents had been asking me if I was gay for years. I had never really been in a relationship and I've always been a bit feminine, so they just assumed that. They asked me point blank a couple of times and I told him them to fuck off.

Anyways, was coming home from college one day with my mom and we ended up having the same discussion. I was super depressed, but I ended up coming out, at least in terms of sexual orientation. I spent the next hour sobbing and my mom (a very liberal person), who was extremely accepting about me being into guys, could not for the life of her figure out why. She kept prodding on why, and then I told her.

I started hormones three months later.
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Phoebe Dartshaw - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 02:06:48 EST ID:Rnk59Tih No.378869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378850
First I moved out, with my moms help...

I had already tried to get to a gender therapist and everything, and by the time I was moving out I had gotten a referral to one and was just waiting to get a time. But then I wasn't sure how I would do things, because my mom kept calling me, and wanted to visit and such, I never knew if my step father would drop by for something random or if my mom would do the same thing. So I thought a lot about just calling them and somehow cut contact with them, or come out to them... After a bit of thinking I decided to come out to them, but I expected contact to be cut, or that I'd have to cut contact in some way. So I texted my mom that I needed to talk to her about something, then emailed a come out letter sorta, pretty horribly written, but whatever.

Anyway, she took it well, it was a bit weird in the beginning, because she didn't really know wtf trans was and such, but with time she decided to come out to people for me, as I didn't really care... I think my step father sort of disowned me, it's not like he completely disowned me, he keeps me "part of the family" (like christmas present), but I think it's just to keep my younger sisters happy or something, otherwise I haven't talked to him or seen him for a couple of years. But I'm sort of getting closer to my mom, before I was very distant, I'm still distant, but I'm getting closer and opening up more, and she's started to understand what transsexualism is.


Transdermal Patches by Edward Worthingridge - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 23:41:58 EST ID:P2QSuG6z No.378862 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi everyone, I have been taking estrofem sublingual for a couple month and I have been thinking of switching to patches. I know its a bit more expensive, but I am extremely tired of taking pills and I hate injections. Anyone have experience with this? I was thinking of buying Climara 100. If anyone who has experience with patches can fill me in, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you!~
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Ernest Snodfoot - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 16:40:45 EST ID:2o7oBapo No.378889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was on 2 climara 100 patches/week for over a year and my estrogen levels hardly made it over 50. They may work better for different people though.


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

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

i'm trying to improve my fashion sense...
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Basil Pockforth - Wed, 24 Sep 2014 17:15:09 EST ID:48Cp9UVU No.378685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this is why trannies are insufferable nowadays
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Sophie Honderfuck - Wed, 24 Sep 2014 17:53:00 EST ID:DzELO/8Q No.378686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>378685
OP here.

i also think the proper pronoun game is a bit silly.

but I had the experience of being captain of teh gay team (gsa) at my high school for a year, in which I met several young, unsure trannys, just beginning to accept their feelings and being ostracized by their family and community (I live in a tiny backwards hick town) it was an eye opener seeing how much prejudice existed in the people I grew up with.

i think the proper pronoun thing is an attempt to create a gender neutral, hate neutral place in language. like, as soon as someone starts trying to guess which pronoun to use for you they immediately become uncomfortable. people like to have things cut and dried. they want you to conform. and then, if they get the pronoun wrong, they can get upset, even angry if they're in a bathroom...
idk. it has its pros and cons. if it catches on it could be a good thing but right now I see it as mostly another thing for str8s to use to disparage the lgbt community.

>>378664 no, you ;)

>>378667 glad i'm not the only one. it is weird. do you have a preference for gender presentation?
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Phineas Penninghood - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 09:42:18 EST ID:aCCmIzwY No.378844 Ignore Report Quick Reply
let me clarify, having people call you different pronouns on different days is stupid. you're playing a game for fun, OP. you are not trans. you are the same person every day. do not confuse your gender with your desire to be EDGY.
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Nigger Mullycocke - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:24:04 EST ID:JlTIes8h No.378854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378686

its fucking simple:
Male presentation; He/Him/His
female presentation; She/Her/Hers
ambiguous presentation :They/Them/Theirs



why do the edgelords have to go all special snowflake and make the rest of us look like twats?
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Betsy Sirryridge - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:53:24 EST ID:7cdIeOvQ No.378859 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378854
I don't mind versions of "it" for ambiguous either.
but "they" also works, especially if there's more than one person.


Through a Bat's Eyes by Emma Siddlekine - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:14:21 EST ID:Ruy3nqW/ No.378851 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Humor me here:

If you discovered a way to turn into a bat, would you truly be a bat? You might fly, eat, and sleep like a bat. You might even learn to live as a bat. Are you truly a bat, or a human experiencing life as a bat?

Further, can the human unlearn the old ways and embrace the life of a bat completely? Or will there always be a 'knowing', a place in your mind that would remain human?

Transparent maybe, but I think it's something that should be read. Not trying to piss in anyone's cheerios here. I came to the conclusion that transitioning isn't right for me, and doubtless there are others like me. Transition or not, it's a hard lot to be dealt. Stay strong, stay true to yourself, and always strive for better.
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Barnaby Mibberworth - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:19:40 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.378853 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378851
fuck off with your spam nb
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George Bopperwod - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:35:14 EST ID:wyNDtD4a No.378855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I came to the conclusion that transitioning isn't right for me
sure... thats why you need to post this
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Angus Hosslenon - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:49:06 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378851

OP we choose to live a life of happiness, one day we wake up and its like "fuck the rest of society, i want to do what i want to do".

can you ever truly be a girl? yes, yes you can for the most part, you just have to live with infetility.

can human unlearn the old ways and learn the new ways? yes... of course we can. what a dumb question, in fact doing this we realise how inequal the world is.

I dont know why you used "bat" instead of girl, but just remember that you will always want to be a bat, all you will do is fight off your temptation time and time again.


Can we have an FFS thread? by Fuck Cravingway - Wed, 24 Sep 2014 20:41:35 EST ID:xLrjuslx No.378689 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Could people post their opinions/experiences with various FFS clinic and etc?
The main ones I'm looking into are Chettawut and T-change. t-change is quite a bit cheaper so if they're good I'll probably go with them.

I'll dump my recommendations because why not.
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Esther Blythewater - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 21:38:47 EST ID:IYIWIC2x No.378788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378787
Never heard of. Ask him what type of forehead recontouring he does. It's likely he only does type 1 or type 2, which can at times just make you look more masculine, and also that he's a poor maxillofacial surgeon.

Expect to travel for FFS, it's not that big of a cost really, and having good results is what matters.
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Doris Pickshit - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 21:47:28 EST ID:AvxCX2qQ No.378789 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378788
I'm moreso interested in nose and jaw/chin work, I don't think my forehead needs work. Thanks for the info though. Also apparently there is also Toby Mayer in the LA area too, so there's someone else to look into.
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Esther Blythewater - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 23:23:15 EST ID:IYIWIC2x No.378792 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378789
If he's a bad surgeon he'll only do burring. Ask them about their techniques and what they do. If they don't shave off bone, and feel secure in cutting the masseter muscle, they're bad surgeons, and your results will be very underwhelming.

I really doubt either of them are good...
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Albert Pumblenerk - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 13:20:21 EST ID:br9APuVd No.378804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378689
I am having a consultation with Spiegel soon, and I am so bad at thinking of questions. Of course I'll ask for opinions on me and how he thinks his techniques are best for me, but what else do I ask about? Has anyone come across a solid list of things to ask a surgeon?
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Sidney Suttingforth - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 17:20:53 EST ID:Sc2zPljL No.378848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378804
The standard stuff + be sure to ask about revisions.


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