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bathrooms are awkward... by Walter Bevingbetch - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 12:19:51 EST ID:1/T795ul No.378300 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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yep.

I usually use the men's rooms because there are fewer people hanging around them, and I don't know how well I pass. Seems half of the people I interact with think I'm a guy and the other half thinks I'm a girl.

Today a guy at school seemed really confused by my presence in the men's room. He was very vocal about it, but not in a way that was intentionally rude.

"This is the men's room."

Then I peed at a urinal because it's all that was open and fucking spiro plus tea makes me gotta pee lol. And I was putting my belt back on, and he's like, "Oh, you're a guy? I can't tell!"

And I didn't know what to say. Then he's like, "It's one of those days..."

and it was.
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Ernest Brookbanks - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11:53:48 EST ID:SAndXRte No.378467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378447
I don't know if I can last 6 months.

>>378456
Saw GP, got finasteride. He didn't think it would help to regrow what was lost, just slow the loss. Haven't been taking vitamins, no. Guess I'll buy some biotin. Stress levels were until my hair started falling out all over the place. Now it's skyrocketed and I don't want to leave the house, which is affecting my schoolwork and hindering my job search.

i can't take this much longer.
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Graham Drosslesot - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 18:03:46 EST ID:IYIWIC2x No.378476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378467
Vitamin deficiency, I think especially vitamin D can cause hairloss, and so can stress (but I think it's more like thinning). Taking vitamin suppliments would probably help then, and biotin should give you more nutrition to your hair and nails.
Otherwise I suppose it could be caused by some skin disease or maybe something auto-immune, but your GP should probably have noticed if it was something like that.

There is supposedly female pattern baldness too, but that shouldn't happen in your 20's, more like at the very earliest in your 30's.
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Ernest Brookbanks - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 19:31:30 EST ID:SAndXRte No.378478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anyway. For now I've decided to stop being emo.

What should I do with my hair? I'm pretty sure the only reason I've passed at all these past years is because I've had long hair. Might just be crazy, but with it being long I feel the weight may be pulling it out? And having it pulled back can't be good, which I've had to do for yoga and work and school. I can't afford a wig and the thought even depresses the shit out of me. How are you supposed to live wearing wigs all the time? Won't they come off during sex? And then you're still ugly when you take it off. Jesus.

Yeah. Can I cut my hair shorter, and find some way to hide the baldness?
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Edward Trotfield - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 19:52:27 EST ID:ZlcEuxBJ No.378480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378467
>He didn't think it would help to regrow what was lost, just slow the loss.

Finasteride alone didn't help significantly with regrowth for me; finasteride combined with minoxidil caused my hair to grow back rapidly.

Minoxidil is affordable and readily available at most supermarkets and drug stores.
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Ernest Brookbanks - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 19:56:47 EST ID:SAndXRte No.378481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378480
Using it twice daily, thanks :)

Still finding long hairs all over the place throughout the day.


Injections vs pills, before and after, etc? by Hedda Blytheshit - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 01:58:24 EST ID:3OEgO4/D No.378449 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I keep hearing stories about big boosts to people's bodies and overall 'progress' when they switch to shots, but I'm specifically curious if it's a sort of steroid shot (big initial effect) and then evens out or if it's a long term effect. Put fully, I'm curious if it's possible to 'jump start' your body with injections and then swap to pills without losing effect. Is there ANY data that can confirm or deny this, that anyone knows of? Personal stories? Anything to sate my curiosity.

Thanks.
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Shit Bisslepit - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 02:07:14 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378450 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378449

if you can do injections, do them, they are the healiest and best method to take estrogen, because you are guaranteed how much you get injected you, where as with pills your liver might break down some of it, which is why some people take pills sublingually.

However, ymmv, if you take pills correctly you might end up better than injections, because its steady, its the same everyday, where injections slowly tapers off. but injections are better because this is forevz yo, need dat liver for alcohol binges etc.
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Rebecca Shakespear - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 13:18:35 EST ID:G6cCxDpK No.378470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378449
I switched after a year, and I feel like the progress has been a little better but not by much.

My bro logic about the levels tapering off is that it keeps your body from developing a 'tolerance' to E if you're not at a constantly high level. Normal women fluctuate a lot too. This might be true or not at all, but it sounds like it could be right. Bro logic.

Pills were cool at first because they were a reminder every 12 hours that I was making progress. Injections are cool now because I have some boobs to remind me how far I've gotten, and I only have to inject every 2 weeks. For the first week, I'm happier after having done it, and for the second, I'm looking forward to my next injection.
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Nathaniel Blerringdadge - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 19:49:59 EST ID:6BFe1EGq No.378479 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378450

As it stands I can't reasonably do injections. When I move back home maybe.

And I don't actually drink, at all, so my liver can take a fair bit more than normal individuals. I'm considering taking pills and seeing if I can do injections around the 3 month period. MOAR DATA!


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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Martin Dablingridge - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 09:46:06 EST ID:0GwwkNn4 No.378105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Simplest voice training you can do is:
#1 : Swallow and keep adam apple up.
#2 : Open mouth repeatitively while having apple up.
#3 : Try breathing while holding adam up, (it lowers just a little for air)
do #1 ~ #3 all day if you can, its muscle control. Its silent too if your shy and not alone. Unlike falsetto, you can practice this all the time.
Then...
#4 : Say simple words, pitch is not important. Like Hiiii Heyyyyy Yooooo, Maaaaan, etc.
#5 : Practive voice power, the rest is up to you.
Much less hassle than going crazy on falsetto and breaking your voice. Its a conscious effort, but when your muscles become strong enough, youll be able to sound bio whatever bro shit you spout. What resonates are the muscles of the throat... the chest only vibrates. So gain control over this, before going crazy on the high end of pitch.

Success!
Now sound like a bio woman.
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Martin Dablingridge - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 09:48:39 EST ID:0GwwkNn4 No.378106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378105
Also screw falsetto. Not worth it.
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Hedda Nellermud - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 12:45:04 EST ID:pwd2Onfb No.378108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378105
does the feeling like you're constantly flexing a muscle ever go away or at least lessen?
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Nicholas Blackshit - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 20:13:58 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378108
it will, the more you do it the less strain you'll feel
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Jarvis Bardridge - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 18:22:19 EST ID:/92lNZ7f No.378477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://webjedi.net/projects/lgbtq/speech-therapy/


What's Your excuse? by Caroline Bashbad - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 01:39:19 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.378412 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://vimeo.com/59133474

Come what is it?
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Frederick Warringway - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11:53:15 EST ID:30B9GJvU No.378466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378451
She -is- attractive because she has such a great attitude. Not everyone is going to like the hair but she's far from ugly.
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Simon Bummerhall - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11:57:01 EST ID:jz05lu9O No.378468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378466
rofl
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Beatrice Bammerhall - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 14:14:50 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.378472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378448

It's desirable because her hairyn3ss goes against societally acceptable beauty standards; in a compleltely natural way. Its not like she's some sort of plastic surgery freak or fucking octomom.
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Sidney Handerduck - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 14:48:21 EST ID:PDNiy9YG No.378474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378472
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naturalistic_fallacy>

It's cool to have a minority opinion, just don't look for ways to justify it's superiority over what is entirely subjective.
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Beatrice Bammerhall - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 17:35:23 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.378475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378474

I posted this because of cd's obssession with hair removal at any cost.
It would be absurd to say that being harry like that is superior.


My experience with Suporn by Sidney Sorryville - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 10:53:52 EST ID:AHFzKgN2 No.378462 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Going to Thailand was amazing only because I finally got to get bottom surgery with Dr. Suporn. I am finally back home in america tired of hearing annoying thai language. That's my only issue with my entire experience, except for the fact that 70% of the other girls I met there were huns. And travelling that far is a killer going there and especially the trip going back. Going back totally fucked my recovery to a snails pace. I am sore all over and dead tired.

I digress... Anyways Going to thailand was amazing mostly. Finally having the right parts has increased my body image ten fold and all my feelings of knowing who I am are finally filled with validation, in other words I finally feel passable and mentally strong enough to accept myself and start focusing on other things in this life. Like seriously all my girl clothes seem to fit a shit ton more nice just cause theres no more bulge.

When I was in thailand it was a 17 hour flight and 1 hour drive from the airport to chonburi. I basically slept in cramped wierd positions the whole time so I woke up the next day feeling sore all over. But the anticipation of getting the surgery 2 days from then were gripping me. I met all the initial girls there and they were fun and I finally met trans girls like me who felt it was just a congenital disorder that just need to be fixed and go on with life. Insted of the all to usual gender queer pony shit where I live in northern cali. It would have been nice but the hons were so annoying when we ate in groups they sounded like loud men and attracted unwanted stares and attention. After I got surgery and got back from the hospital everyone just wanted to stay at the hotel and not do anything. Like seriously nobody was adventurous and wanted to eat better cheaper food outside or plan a nice trip to bangkok, because chonburi has nothing to do. People nickname it chonboring apparently. It's a ghetto town with hardly anything. Although there is a fun mall to go to thats within walking distance. I bought a bunch of cute thai asian fashion cloths over there.

So anyways the surgery I have no memory of when they knocked me out and this was the first time I was going under. All I remember was waking up still all deli…
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Rebecca Shakespear - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 13:11:08 EST ID:G6cCxDpK No.378469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well congratulations on getting that done.

Why'd you choose suporn over any doctor in the US? Did he say anything that convinced you? Who else did you consult with, and why were they not right for you?
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Sidney Sorryville - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 13:52:24 EST ID:AHFzKgN2 No.378471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378469
Most surgeons that do bottom surgery do the shitty penile inversion technique thats been around since the 50's. Why would I pick a 60 year old technique? I chose Suporn because out of all the surgeons I considered in america I found atleast 1 or more person who got the surgeon by an american sugeon or UK surgeon has had written online about horror stories with them. I also enquired about Suporn via e-mail with meltzer and some other surgeons and they said hes a good surgeon but they also advertised getting it with them lol.

Anyways the main reson is because every surgeon in america and UK do penile inversion and from what Ive researched online I have not found a single horror story about him. He also told me when I got the surgery that I would only have 1 inch of depth with penile inversion because My penis was small. He is the pioneer when it comes to this surgery and he wants to standardize his chonburi flap technique as the normal surgery that surgeons do now. Like he told me that hes really open to teaching any surgeon out there to learn it.

Another reason is because his team is amazing and they help you recover for an entire month before you leave everyone else is just like heres ur surgery k now leave.


asldksaf by Cornelius Gacklehood - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 05:57:16 EST ID:zoWSuuHm No.378298 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I cut my hair again.

Someone. Please. Why can't I grow my hair without feeling like getting a haircut!? FUUCK. I think I might invest on a really good wig or something to stop myself from going nuts about looking awful as my hair grows from boy short to long.
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Lydia Smallworth - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 15:02:12 EST ID:KMCRabO9 No.378319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why do you feel like getting a haircut?

Anyways, just don't. It takes so much effort to go to a salon or barber, anyways. Plus you have to pay them money.
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Eliza Cullynick - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 17:13:26 EST ID:12rGqHp1 No.378320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yeah, just wear a hat or wig OP. Depending on your job, you might have to go without at work, which sucks. But suck it up. The awkward length phase is only temporary.

I suppose it's easy for me to say, though. I've had long hair since grade school.
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Lydia Gooddock - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:41:41 EST ID:AFWW4dBW No.378378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I got a haircut because I think bobs are cute and I wanted one. You don't have to have super long hair to pass!
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Henry Sosslefig - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:07:59 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378378

bob isnt the same as boyshort though.
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Hamilton Bunnerbanks - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11:29:17 EST ID:vkyT1A1Z No.378464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378298
Because it doesn't look cute, go find a nice person you're comfortable with, and tell them to make you cute. I took a train in to San Fran and told a gay pirate that, and have fucking loved my hair since.


weight/muscle loss by Isabella Wablingberk - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 10:18:06 EST ID:jkG0+QQt No.378460 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Im trying to lose muscle but its hard to get rid of my lats and arms
is there anything I can take thats NOT an anti androgen for muscle loss?
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James Hendlebanks - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 10:27:26 EST ID:rUI8XJ5W No.378461 Ignore Report Quick Reply
a shit load of amphetamines will cause muscle wasting


multiple orgasms by Fanny Battingshit - Fri, 05 Sep 2014 07:10:14 EST ID:QzDqioaI No.377852 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey, question for women on HRT:
Can you have multiple orgasms? And if so, did you have to learn a particular method or technique to be able to? I've been on full HRT for over 5 years now, and after I orgasm from genital stimulation, I'm still really horny mentally and emotionally, and I commonly still get that tingley feeling inside that makes me want to do more sexytimes, but I basically lose all my sensitivity down there. I've heard it should be the opposite, and it should get *more* sensitive after coming, but it's just useless... I've tried to just keep going but I get no physical pleasure whatsoever. It doesn't feel *bad*, but it seems like a waste of time and it's more difficult because I get totally flaccid, and eventually I just stop. Once I didn't stop and just kept going for like, at least a half hour, and eventually I came again but it was possibly the weakest, most pathetic orgasm I've ever had.

Now I've mostly been talking about masturbation... Maybe it would be better with a partner, since I could be stimulated with other forms of intimacy besides genital stimulation, but I've always been a firm believer that masturbation should be your "practice run" for sex and that one should learn how to pleasure themself perfectly in order to tell their partner what to do. So I'm worried that when I do have sex with someone, it will be short-lived and embarrassing. And besides, masturbation isn't satisfying me like this at all... I'd really like to get to the point where I can have multiples like the average cis female, by any means necessary. Any advice?

pic unrelated
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David Lightfield - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:46:07 EST ID:AhZoCXHU No.378214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm 6 months on hormones, and pre-op (obviously) I'd like to have one orgasm, let alone 2.

I don't know how to masterbate aside from fapping, and although i don't own a dildo, ass stuff isn't all that exciting to me anyway.
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John Girringmet - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 01:27:40 EST ID:YvLcsOfi No.378215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378214
I have never actually been able to figure out how to get off by my butt.. :(
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Martin Honeywater - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:33:15 EST ID:QQXJA9fM No.378223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378215
You have to rub your prostate with the dildo. I myself use a variable speed/multi-mode vibrator. You just feel around with it for the right spot. Stick it in and rub the side nearest your balls and dick, from the inside.
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Sophie Dollerson - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 20:18:22 EST ID:wSz8cwam No.378397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378223
can this be done with a finger?
how much/what kind of lube does it require?
I hate to have to go buy a dildo that i probably wont even use that much.
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James Wuvingwell - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 04:28:55 EST ID:rift3TwE No.378457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Never achieved an anal orgasm, though I'm hoping my boyfriend will be more skilled than my masturbation attempts. We'll see. I don't think a second orgasm is possible with our genitals, but after an orgasm that thing is sensitive as fuck, even if it becomes flaccid.


god damn it i feel so hopeless and dysphoric by Cyril Crirringhetch - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 21:22:32 EST ID:aHv8Xyxs No.378399 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how the fuck do i stop this from happening no matter WHAT I DO when i shave my body? this happens EVERYWHERE except on my chest...

i take care of myself and i'm slim and i take regular showers... it doesn't ever happen unless i shave
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Martin Nickleshaw - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 03:29:47 EST ID:Do1/RGJ+ No.378452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378399
Dick happens bro
and no wonder its not on your chest it usually grow between your legs
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Graham Drosslesot - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 04:02:55 EST ID:IYIWIC2x No.378453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378399
Why are you posting a picture of your dick? Seriously, I really don't understand why you'd take a picture of your dick and then post it here.
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Augustus Membletodge - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 04:07:16 EST ID:GuLE9md9 No.378454 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378453
It's related because they were shaving their genital region. Don't be an ass.
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Graham Drosslesot - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 04:26:56 EST ID:IYIWIC2x No.378455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378454
You don't need to take a picture of your dick for that, crop it out. The dick and it's companions aren't even shaved.
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James Buzzlehat - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 14:17:36 EST ID:dj3gBF+Q No.378473 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>378455


Libertarian by Wesley Sebberwell - Wed, 10 Sep 2014 11:51:15 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.378107 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Post ITT if you were a Libertarian 6 years ago.
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Rebecca Gucklefoot - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:15:51 EST ID:1uq9eUju No.378339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378335
>Lots of relatively small communitiesss that people can have choice in what they agree with and don't!?
Well... regardless of whether you're a marxist or capitalist, the goal, more or less, is to enhance the general welfare and ultimately prevent things from going very wrong. Currently we're experiencing global climate change as a result of human actions, which might be considered an example of things going 'very wrong'.
As we look to the future, who knows what challenges we'll face? The Sun will blow up eventually and we'll either live through that or we won't.
In order to meet the challenges we face as a planet, it's going to take a lot.
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Graham Pockworth - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:38:19 EST ID:+EDrNCqg No.378341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378339
Well yeah, I feel like we got ourselves into a pickle haha. I like to be optimistic too though that if things weren't so crazy with like huge governments and corporations and there fore the interests of a few people being able to trump the well-being of everyone/the planet and stuff or maybe most people do need to be in a certain mindset about things for it to work out. The idea that we need to like somehow survive the sun exploding lol. I tend to think that the challenges we face as a planet(short of things like sun exploding or anything like that) are more or less self created and possibly because of how we think we need to or can improve on something that tbh works really amazingly, or like feel the need to try to explore space/expand forever/escape death =P I think there are good harmonious ways to live on this planet that really don't require much "enhancing," plants grow themselves honestly, nature is like the most efficient system evar. Some stuff about what the environment our bodies developed in and how different it is from now and problems it may cause. Etc. One of those people =P I do like to think we could be harmonious too and still all "advance" and stuff whatever that means, that seems fun, I like bass. Idk! Like I said idk how things might work out or not and it wasn't the main reason for being anarchist. Idk that I'm marxist or capitalist. Could that be a false dichotomy? I haven't looked up stuff like this in soooo long lol I feel like my sense of what those mean is too basic to go with lol.
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Wesley Semmercheg - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 21:32:15 EST ID:o3AjW1l3 No.378369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Econ/Poli Sci/Math triple major here. I also was a libertarian some time ago before I studied econ (yes around six years to be exact). Libertarianism just does not make sense as a governing philosophy unless you accept some patently absurd ideas.

On Anarchism: I think the case against anarchism can easily be summed up as: government doesn't exist to accommodate those who would otherwise be orderly but rather to mitigate the effect of those who would not. Government may not be perfect, but it is the best system so far conceived.
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Frederick Durringfudging - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 22:56:37 EST ID:XK9Wxj5h No.378371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was an Ancap 16 year old little shit.
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Ebenezer Brubblemot - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 21:08:10 EST ID:kbnEFGTV No.378441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378341
Well... Government is obviously how we keep people from doing stupid, short-sighted shit like polluting and decimating our natural resources. Government can also keep people from robbing, stealing, etc. Furthermore, it can establish programs which reduce the likelihood of people *needing* to engage in those anti-social behaviors by providing help to people that need it.

As to whether it's ethical to 'force' people to play along... No, it's not always ethical but it's not always unethical either. That can only be decided on a case-by-case basis.

In the end, I still feel like it's more ideal to let people act on their own volition, free of rules, but I also recognize that there are many instances where *everyone* has to play along or things just don't work.

I haven't thought about it in a while, but I actually used to dream of a shift in human consciousness/behavior. It wouldn't take much, on an individual basis, to stop polluting, make people take care of each other, and start exploring the universe in peace. Maybe in the future that will happen. Such a thing would rely on a post-scarcity environment, but scarcity exists in your head as much as it does in real life. Humans really only *need* food, water, and shelter. Everything else is extra.


life sucks by Esther Pellerhood - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 17:36:14 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.378428 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does the dysphoria ever go away? I see my body, my adam's apple, my jawline, my hairline, my chin, my penis, my shoulders, and as much as I hate them, the feeling never goes away. It's like a movie where you see yourself become the monster and you can't help but watch it over and over again.
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Angus Pebberdudging - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 18:01:01 EST ID:QzDqioaI No.378431 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>378428
I've been "full-time" for over five years now, and I don't think it ever gets better. you have to just find a way to keep those thoughts out of your mind. This is why so many trans people become drug addicts - it's the easy way. The hard way is to create such a rich, busy life that you don't have time to worry about these things.
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Sophie Gicklegold - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 18:04:58 EST ID:SDtfVdTd No.378432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378428
It never stops completely. I felt it got better after about a year on mones and srs. Dont expect it to go away completely though. Guess the trick is to get your mind off it by doing stuff youre good at. get a job, pets, and a boyfriend that treats you well and it gets easier.
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Edward Trotfield - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 20:55:12 EST ID:ZlcEuxBJ No.378440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Mine has mostly gone away after 4 years on HRT and 2 years full-time. I found going full-time and not getting read as male for two years (so far) did more for my dysphoria than HRT alone. It's easy to bury dysphoria under piles of people considering you to be a pretty girl. Confidence is an amazing thing.

Every once in a while I find it flares up (shoulders!), but 99% of the time it's gone.

I don't think it every goes away completely though, and, for me, seems to be somewhat based in hormone levels. Confidence can't overcome testosterone spikes or daily differences in medication being processed by the body.


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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Sophie Gicklegold - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 17:59:59 EST ID:SDtfVdTd No.378430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378429
also 24old and german, legal though.
I know this page:
http://ninaunnormal.blogspot.de/
and this:
http://hormone-kaufen.de/
(I am the author of neither)
you can probably email her and just ask where she got her finasteride, I am pretty sure she took some before she went legal (otherwise you will find it in the earlier posts in the blog I believe). I can tell you that she's a nice person. I mailed with her about the effectiveness of GnRHs shortly before I went on hormones (of course, that was like 18 months ago)
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Lydia Dettingkare - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 19:07:10 EST ID:Zb+JZdOf No.378433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>378429
20yo german here, I get my mones from http://www.qhi.co.uk/
delivery time is about 2 weeks, never had any problems.
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Nigel Fedgechutch - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 19:34:07 EST ID:yHrUBoL9 No.378434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I actually recently found this page.

http://www.sfdph.org/dph/comupg/oservices/medSvs/hlthCtrs/TransGendprotocols122006.pdf

Its a really good resource, especially if you are looking into starting DIY. It has dosages for the majority of the popular drugs and various guidelines for each along with risks and what type of blood tests are good to get and when.
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Shit Bisslepit - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 20:03:48 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>377693

Heres what i did OP.

I figured out what to take and how much to take and self medded, i self medded for about 7 months till then i went to a gender clinic and said "im a transexual, i self medicate, but i think i should start getting my meds from a doctor" the doctor gave me a prescription, asked me to have a mental evaluation in a month and now i get my scripts legit.

There has been no difference in self medding and going at it legit, the meds were the exact same (inhouse actually had newer stock than what i had) the only excepttions are legit has more red tape and my doctor makes me get my blood done every 8 months or so.

"be smart dont be a retart" - Eminem

stay safe, if you have any abnormal pains stop meds and go to the doctors.
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Esther Millerdock - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 20:11:42 EST ID:qK2gzmYT No.378436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378429
  1. Go to your Hausarzt/GP
  2. Tell them you want Finasteride, you suspect that you're balding
  3. Tell them that the 5mg version is cheaper & you want to cut costs by splitting pills (it's actually true)
  4. Enjoy your prescription


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