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NB Trans by Ted? - Sun, 21 Feb 2016 18:37:03 EST ID:mr0KGJth No.397399 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Shoutout to all my NB trans folk who literally stay in the closet because they don't have the spoons to explain their shit to every other person.

Also ITT: pronouns
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Hamilton Brurringnan - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 00:11:09 EST ID:28FXshuz No.398159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
fuck all the hate towards nonbinary in here
ignorance is what that is
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Fucking Bardfield - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 09:34:41 EST ID:Mc+UJ5vy No.398165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398159
An anonymous forum brings on the "I'm more trans than you" problem even amongst binary MtF.
I have to admit though, while I have nothing against non-binary people there are a lot of special snowflakes out there that basically just get way too offended by bullshit things. I don't like the "UGH YOU DIDN'T USE THE CORRECT PRONOUNS DESPITE NEVER HAVING MET ME" people who will attack anyone who isn't 100% perfect with Zi/zhi/zho/zhum because getting overly offended at stupid and small things is ridiculous. Fuck I still get misgendered at work from time to time and the easiest thing to do is correct them politely and not go into a 20 minute lecture on how it's offensive, or merely just let it slide. Whatever if they believe that they're not in the gender binary then let them, but being angry and super defensive actually hurts the cause more than helps it. People need perspective and to realise transgender is such a new thing in the eyes of many people. 70 years ago there was barely a word because it's only in the last 60 odd years there was a way to medically transition. It's still a subject that the vast majority of people know very little about and usually don't care enough to research.

There are also a lot of people that see a word and attach themselves to it. Like I know this is the "trannier than thou" mentality I complained about but still, if you don't have dysphoria at all, if you are completely happy with your current body and current physical appearance, then you're not non-binary. If a guy wants to wear a dress or a girl wants to cut her hair short or bind purely for appearance reasons then it's not a gender disorder, it's merely just them being unhappy with the societal expectations of their gender and them wanting to express themselves in ways that aren't the norm. I knew a guy that said he was genderqueer (after coming out as gay, then bi, then pan, then back to gay, then back to pan, then polyromantic demisexual fryingpanwhatever) basically because he liked to wear leggings from time to time and was in a feminist group and wanted to feel oppressed.

Non-binary does exist. There are people out t…
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Hugh Fubbershaw - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 11:38:57 EST ID:sPJhIdOb No.398168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398159

Non binary isnt trans. thats the main point we're trying to get at. there is no place for non binary on this board because its not trans.

its queer. its part of the queer community, not trans community.

So ignorance? sure. but this thread is misplaced because this is Transgender discussion not queer discussion.

I mean what does non binary even mean? you dont believe in gender? so what does op have to complain about? op can remain exactly as they are and be non binary. its easy

you cannot be a non binary trans person, because trans denotes going from one gender to another. or even taking on the attributes or wearing clothes of the other gender or whatever.
non binary by definition doesnt recognise gender or sex, non binary is totally open and free, so its contractictory to claim to be neither gender yet desire to be more feminine or wear female clothes, because if youre really non binary, theres no such thing as female clothes or feminine attributes.


Make sense?
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Cunt - Tue, 03 May 2016 16:14:32 EST ID:aELTKZmT No.398187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398168

Fucking this^^^^^^

Go back to tumblr, queers. I miss my 2010 stealth or die hardcore tranny board, not this tumblina "I'm a girl and I have a beard, what's the big deal" bullshit
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Cunt - Tue, 03 May 2016 16:21:54 EST ID:aELTKZmT No.398188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397416
Trans does not mean what you retardedly think it means. It means going from one thing to another. Ambiguity to ambiguity is stasis, not transition.


I did something brave by Sidney Sivinglock - Fri, 29 Apr 2016 01:37:02 EST ID:aW2TvBdS No.398149 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm pretty sure I'm trans. I've come out to my girlfriend, my family, my friends. I've changed my name to something more feminine. But I can't seem to bring myself to dress feminine. I have bad social anxiety. I wear dresses and skirts and all that at home, but as soon as I have to go outside I put on men's pants and a t-shirt, because I am extremely self-conscious. A big part is that I am deeply ashamed of my femininity. Also, my body is noticeably masculine. I am afraid of being visibly trans. This fear has made me repress my true self.

But today, I put on a skirt and a nice top my girlfriend gave to me, and I walked outside in broad daylight. I walked down busy streets, went to class where people knew me, ordered food at a restaurant, and didn't even break a sweat. Nothing out of the ordinary happened. I'd say I was even less anxious than I normally am, just because I wasn't hiding anymore. Some people gave me nasty looks, and I didn't even care. Why should I care what random strangers think of me?

I feel very proud of myself. It took a lot of hard work and determination to get to this point. Since I came out to myself two years ago, I have grown a lot. I hope that someday soon I can go full time and stop worrying about all this dumb gender stuff. I just wanna get on with my life!
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Shitting Hemblewill - Tue, 03 May 2016 06:42:49 EST ID:sPJhIdOb No.398182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398181

yeah but different people take different times to process these things. shit i was wearing girls clothes before i even knew what trans was and thought i was a disgusting human being because of it. but like i know people who have been legit on hormones for 6 months and havent worn a skirt. there are still people who feel like they need to pass to wear clothes at home.

i mean i think ops doing okay, its a happy moment for them. remember the first time you went out in public in girl clothes? i do. its a huge step to take.

so congrats once again op.
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David Porringkidge - Tue, 03 May 2016 09:58:43 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398181
Technically she didn't say anything about hormones or not though probably not or would've said something but who knowss

Took me longer than 6 months on 'mones to wear a dress or skirt, at home or in public(I may have tried a dress my mom got me like around then) and I still barely have any or any clothes and shit haha, I'm so tall it's hard to find anything that fits and I feel like I stand out and insecurity about looking masculine, etc "man in a dress" etc so yeah I still barely wear stuff like that really lol. Occasionally and I'm much more ready now but just clothes cost money >_> ha and the effort of going out and shopping has always been stressful/a banebut I think I've moved past a lot of that just don't have money. Well shopping is still exhausting haha, was talking to a 6' foot or so cis girl who agreed(am also a bit above that height).

I was def about getting all the advantages I could from hormones, actually before even fucking telling my mom haaa, that's how masculine I felt I was, in appearance(and honestly not sure I felt super stereotypically feminine in other ways), I started self medding and my mom eventually was like, umm are you trying to attract boys too or something at some point ha and I told her. And yeah did the start with andro clothes thin from the post before, etc.

But also so in the andro stage I went hard with like voice(I didn't even necessarily quite realize how hard I went with it lol) and "being myself" and all that all acid'd up and stuff and actually got decent results like that and at least I worked on that aspect because I would be so far behind still otherwise haha. Anyway now I'm just talking about myself ofc big surpriseee lol but yeah people do things all kinds of ways for all kinds of reasons or even without much of a discernible to others reason. nb
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David Porringkidge - Tue, 03 May 2016 09:59:33 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398183
Like a bra that isn't a sports bra that can handle a large rib cage and small breats(across a chest a you know >_>) it's rough fam lol
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David Porringkidge - Tue, 03 May 2016 10:02:29 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398183
Also if I couldn't have gotten hormones by self-medding I probably would've been hella nervous and fucked up about having to go to some therapist to get their approval or whatever, etc nb done hopefully lol
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David Porringkidge - Tue, 03 May 2016 10:03:52 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398183
Noopppeeee also that's not to say I never wore girl clothes before and thought I was either horrible or super weird(everyone is weird right?? right!?!? I would think lol), etc to that too


what do by Priscilla Finninghug - Sun, 01 May 2016 23:18:37 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398177 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I went to like a gymnastics gym today like I've been meaning to for a while! It was cool, they were having like an opening but I wanted to try to get over the fear of doing a backflip like in general that is why a gym like that is good and I totally tried like 4 and didn't land like I was all crouched and touched with my hands but I totally just went for it and I think the little bit of cactus did help but anyway I need to be able to tuck better

tuck better

oh no
I'm never going to be able to talk about it or someone talk to me about it with a straight face

I would like to think
but more like slightly horrified lol

maybe it won't come up so much
I should work on my tuck


Growing up with a trans father by John Brecklekick - Fri, 29 Apr 2016 09:48:49 EST ID:9rmS74JQ No.398155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello everyone. I'm not 100% sure why exactly I'm posting this, other than to reach out and possibly help others and maybe find some people to relate to. This topic is hard to discuss in day to day life and even more difficult to find people that I can connect with.

I'm in my mid 20's now, male. My biological father came out to me and my mom when I was about 10. They were both in their late 30's. It was a shock and my mom immediately wanted complete separation. I was able to keep a good relationship with both of them, and nowadays they're friends again. It was difficult though. My father (now female) is fully passable, post-op. People never know she's trans unless she tells them. When we go places together people think she's my mom (which is weird, but better than obvious tg dad).

I'm still trying to understand how it's affected my growth as a person. I'm mainly looking for others who have grown up with a TG parent, but I'd also love to help anyone that I can in any way I might be able to.

TL;DR My father came out as trans when I was young, my parents divorced, it was a long and brutal ~10 years, but now everything is good.
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Sophie Goshbury - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 02:08:22 EST ID:YycAq8/G No.398161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398155
theres a circlejerk board for this :)
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Laura Honstein - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 09:20:49 EST ID:FlAYbdp9 No.398163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
would you fug her dadpucci?
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Laura Honstein - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 09:24:53 EST ID:FlAYbdp9 No.398164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
also you should transition and have some hot lesbian scissoring action with your dad DD
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Barnaby Sopperchutch - Sun, 01 May 2016 09:06:00 EST ID:eo22g/1Q No.398176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398155
my dad came out as trans when I did. It was pretty weird at the time.

I'm 22 and have been full-time for 5 months. I'm pretty sure he's not going to transition, they've just been on hrt for 2 years.

They're beyond supportive, ok with everything. I feel kinda bad though, I'm happy about passing and being treated as female and stuff. I'm way excited and want to chat to them about it, but they seem slightly sad being an older transitioner.

I don't want to rub it in their face all the time, but I'm way happy wearing qt dresses and stuff in public. It's awks


Body passing by Reuben Sandercocke - Fri, 19 Feb 2016 02:26:28 EST ID:xLrjuslx No.397347 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I've got SRS and implants booked for November.
Is there anything else that can be done to achieve a passable body? I usually just hide it under clothes constantly.
Not really surgery, butt implants aren't that great, but anything to widen hips even slightly?
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Reuben Fushwater - Thu, 21 Apr 2016 22:17:26 EST ID:q24btm+2 No.398108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397728
HOT. That's probably why nobody replied? I'm jealous. Fuck, I wish I could just not be a blob
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Emma Gonnerwurk - Sat, 23 Apr 2016 02:16:32 EST ID:bMz7kSgu No.398112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398108
You could always make a blog eating nonstop like this kinda qt fat Trans chick in Japan https://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&hl=en&rurl=translate.google.ca&sl=ja&tl=en&u=http://ameblo.jp/juice-momo-juice/entry-12143898649.html&usg=ALkJrhjTCdMToCwVeqeOkOHMInKZQlkADA

To lose weight you simply don't eat rice, bread, pasta or sugar. Buy a well reviewed exercise bike off Amazon and wake up like the Rock a few hours before work/school and ride it with increasing intensity 30-45mins a day. On the weekends eat pizza or whatever you want within moderation. Repeat for 3 months never stopping and weight falls off. https://www.instagram.com/p/xgh8k0ohxa/

Also find those meal prep queens on instagram who make all their meals on Sunday for the entire week if you need ideas pic related
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Emma Gonnerwurk - Sat, 23 Apr 2016 02:18:21 EST ID:bMz7kSgu No.398113 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398112
http://ameblo.jp/juice-momo-juice/entry-12143898649.html
oops nb
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Shit Blytheson - Sun, 24 Apr 2016 19:07:57 EST ID:5vSC6g7e No.398115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398108
hiding shoulders then asking for body pass, good one
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Fuck Bucklechuck - Sun, 01 May 2016 06:56:00 EST ID:Dcy1rjnr No.398173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398112
do they like have really big freezers? how does all that even last


Get Spiro without prescription? by Reuben Hickleforth - Fri, 18 Mar 2016 22:33:18 EST ID:czk89Dbq No.397744 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm thinking I might be trans.. (MtF)

I've been considering this for about 3 years now, I started taking some pueraria mirifica these past few months and I think it's been good but there's just not a ton of effect from this.

I am still dependent on parents financially/medically, and they don't believe in the whole "trans" thing. Also, were I to transition, I would not want to ever do the drag thing that all trans people seem to feel compelled to do. I would just dress/hairstyle gender-neutral. And I wouldn't ever try to pretend that I were actually female (or bother others with my delusions). Also, my personality is generally a bit too happy-go-lucky to convince a therapist that I had the right sort of manic-depressive desperation they look for to deem someone "trans".

My plan is to, for now:
>Drink a fuckton of licorice tea
>Take 2g pueraria mirifica per day (and HOPEFULLY Spiro if I can get some)
>general femboy routine overall (lots of yoga+cardio, shaving body, etc)
Once I get into college I will switch out the pueraria, doing 3 weeks pueraria and then 1 week taking lots of soy milk and saw palmetto repeatedly.

But I cannot find any Spiro available!
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Hamilton Brurringnan - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 00:13:58 EST ID:28FXshuz No.398160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398126
different pharmacies have different prices, which one do you use?
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Hugh Fubbershaw - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 04:09:29 EST ID:sPJhIdOb No.398162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398123

100 100mg pills for $5.90. thats in Australia though.
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John Bonkinwidge - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 12:44:58 EST ID:XCkgFXrQ No.398170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398126
My grocery store's pharmacy (in the US, a chain like Albertson's or Kroger, etc. Wal Mart & Target are probably the same) has a discount card you can get for like $20 a year. Then 30 pills of most generics (spiro & E included) is $4.

Insurance will do really bizarre things to prescription prices. So if you're in the US, there's no reason to pay that much. It's not your fault though. They just don't tell you it's an option usually.
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Martha Pibberput - Sun, 01 May 2016 04:00:55 EST ID:gSAbShFw No.398172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397778

Does in house still sell without a script? I tried but it asks for a prescription when I order. Should I just ignore that?
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Phoebe Fushman - Sun, 01 May 2016 08:00:20 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398172
read thread nb


trans Christians by Cyril Pozzlebidging - Sun, 13 Dec 2015 00:34:41 EST ID:xPDcwX0x No.395948 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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are there any trans believers IN THE MESSIAH here?

"There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus."
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Walter Cisslelock - Wed, 27 Apr 2016 07:59:11 EST ID:i5IxdO1j No.398137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398128
How big was religion in your life before all of that?
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Laura Honstein - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 11:30:13 EST ID:FlAYbdp9 No.398166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you silly goys and your silly hippie jew fanboyism, smh fam tbh
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Hugh Fubbershaw - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 11:44:32 EST ID:sPJhIdOb No.398169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398128

haha is that because most people when they see something astonishing or something major happens they blurt out "jesus christ!"?

when i die ill probably blurt out "cheese and crackers!"
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Sidney Grimstone - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 22:51:42 EST ID:rxZgzhGx No.398171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398137
i was a full on athiest, i used to believe God was a creation of man
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Phoebe Fushman - Sun, 01 May 2016 08:01:22 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398171
Your family you were raised with, etc? =P Where are you from? =P


Totally based trans blows out non passing fetishists by Fuck Dackledock - Tue, 26 Apr 2016 20:24:26 EST ID:h0Id+G93 No.398121 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/brooklyn-fink-ubc-pride-flag-1.3553719
>burned a rainbow LGBT pride flag at her university to protest "offensive" symbol
>"Ten, 12 years ago I was just a tall woman and nobody thought anything of it"
>"Because these gender nonconformers are being so loud and proud, everybody looks and they can see oh, that tall woman with a deep voice, maybe she's a dude."
>Trans "advocacy" group leader throws her under bus
>Threatened with explusion from university, for-profit unis don't like risky politics
>Charged with (laughable) crime by cops for trolling the gays on campus
>Heavy hand of police and state get involved

Nobody has ever gone to jail for burning the Canadian flag, hope to god she doesn't get forced to plead out and instead a constitutional lawyer takes this case pro bono and she becomes the Trans superhero and campus Tumblrina politics final solution.
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Molly Damblestone - Fri, 29 Apr 2016 08:32:30 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398147
>You're my fave poster btw, you're the girl from Georgia right?
Yes! Omg I'm flattered thank you for like letting me know <3 =) Sorry for when it gets hard to read because I went a little too far with the stream of conscious =P or just too huge in general lol

>I met her on UBC campus, she did pass in meatspace in fact nobody had any clue she was Trans until the ubyssey article (campus newspaper) came out then the national articles. Everybody said a cis-woman burned the flag when she did it and assumed she was some right wing crazy religious chick.

Oh no =/ I hope she didn't just break under the pressure of like her own anxiety and overthinking and stuff when she was doing just fine basically cuz that would suck and also can relate to that I thinkkkk anyway(not that I "broke"(in front of anyone lol) but yeah how do you ever know if you're right or not with out asking/outing yourself!? Just gotta let it go ha >_> and I don't think I pass like literally all the time even if mostly and I should stop worrying according to people but of course they would say that right!?!?!). Ugh shit's rough =/
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Molly Damblestone - Fri, 29 Apr 2016 08:37:58 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398153
Or maybe she felt it was worth it to make a statement though I can't help but think it would've been influenced by feeling like the pressure was up on her, but maybe for the other people it does affect more and stuff idkk.
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Hannah Billingridge - Fri, 29 Apr 2016 12:41:04 EST ID:C5bbEp8D No.398156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398121

holy shit this is why gendertrenders are a scourge
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Caroline Minderpitch - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 11:30:20 EST ID:WC0deKl5 No.398167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I agree with her. This is why I'm getting ffs. And praying I don't still look like a tranny after. Fml
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Martha Fumbleten - Mon, 02 May 2016 09:46:22 EST ID:QK0dXDnJ No.398180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fuck this bitch tbh. Seems like an bitter and edgy right-winger.


I am still alive! by Ryo !!tnEhNx11 - Wed, 30 Mar 2016 06:35:30 EST ID:Rwtd9Twz No.397874 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey there, not sure if anyone remembers me but I am bored and drunk and decided to pop back into the public domain. My name is Ryo and I made an appearance on this site about seven years ago, around the same time I decided to start living fulltime as a woman (age 22.) A lot has happened but I have remained female the entire time, went off of hormones --although I think I will probably give them another shot after I have children with the woman I am with now. So the pciture, which is a few days old, represents my progression without HRT and only just working on make-up and not much more. I do plan to get breast augmentation soon but as it stands that's about as far as I have come in my transition, and to be honest I am glad I have really just been feeling it out for a number of years. Never did speak to a therapist... sometimes I wonder what it would have been like if I never decided to do this, but never have I regretted it, as hard as it was and as mean as some people sometimes were.

I don't know what I am really getting it, I guess I still just see a lot of prospective and curious people on here. I have got a few years under my belt and some stories if anyone wants to ask me ect.
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Hamilton Faffingpudge - Fri, 22 Apr 2016 04:15:26 EST ID:Gi2U4gcs No.398110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hey! stick around please
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Clara Gindletet - Mon, 25 Apr 2016 17:15:10 EST ID:OZ5NwZ/b No.398116 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you still do porn?
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Ryo !!tnEhNx11 - Fri, 29 Apr 2016 02:59:33 EST ID:1xmCJK7z No.398151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398116

Had some fun and made a little bit of money but I eventually decided it wasn't for me anymore.
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Hamilton Brurringnan - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 00:02:06 EST ID:28FXshuz No.398158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397874
i have never liked talking to a therapist, it was good to have someone to vent to, but ultimately i think they unconsciously steer people towards what they view as "the acceptable standard transsexual" and like Fuck That.... they have been persuasive with me and i'm just like excuse me but your persuasion has no fucking business in our discussion of how i feel towards my body and shit like that where its like, for me i just needed one for hormones,and i'll need one when i decide to get a surgery or something, otherwise i love to avoid them
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Phyllis Shakeway - Tue, 03 May 2016 23:51:05 EST ID:EoyxZRX/ No.398189 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are you legally female? How did you find a woman willing to have and raise kids with an MTF? I would imagine that a woman like that would be incredibly rare. What part of the country are you in? Is she going to expect you to be a dad to the kids, and just be kinda feminine, or is it a real mom-mom lesbian couple situation? How long consecutively were you on hormones, and didn't it damage your fertility? I was told being on HRT for more than a year or two would result in permanent sterility, so I eventually said fuck it and got an orchi now I sometimes second guess that.


I can never pass, what do I do now? by forever a man !!FZiLXxZ1 - Mon, 04 Apr 2016 12:59:29 EST ID:y/ap2FSd No.397941 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I started hrt last year at 25 and now I am 26 and never missed a dose, its been 14 months of hrt. I got all the changes I think I will ever get out of hrt, I mean 14 months is a long long time to be on hormones with perfect levels and not end up passing.

So I am asking now what the fuck do I do? I can't pass so I can't even go full time as a girl and I don't want to live anymore because all I ever wanted was to be a girl and be seen as a girl and not a freak. What do I do with my life now knowing I will never become a girl like all of you were so lucky to become?
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Fanny Dambledale - Fri, 15 Apr 2016 15:14:06 EST ID:fi+PR+bc No.398077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
buncha rude ass niggas in this thread.
i love you forever a man. at least youve been able to try your sexualities. im stuck unable to. qq
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Emma Borringstone - Fri, 15 Apr 2016 17:09:49 EST ID:sPJhIdOb No.398081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398077

>Kayla trying to get us reinvested again

nice try.
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Fucking Cimmerforth - Tue, 26 Apr 2016 17:25:15 EST ID:w7ndXbSD No.398120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398081
You never really know. She may just be fishing for attention in a place she's familiar with, setting herself up for whatever of that sort comes, such as getting stalked by chasers of course.
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Sophie Crettingwater - Tue, 26 Apr 2016 22:20:42 EST ID:rxZgzhGx No.398127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397951
i was fucking full time before i was on hormones, i didnt pass at the time, but i sure as hell pass now... there is alot of shit that goes into being a woman. for starters maybe dressing like one would help
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Betsy Worthingcocke - Wed, 27 Apr 2016 00:58:15 EST ID:xYsIvlCq No.398131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398127
dont bump a kayla thread, go away.


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Alternatives to Spiro by Cyril Pocklewark - Thu, 07 Apr 2016 12:17:38 EST ID:QK0dXDnJ No.397992 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey,

I was thinking of switching my AA from spiro to something else more powerful. I looked at flutamide and saw that it was really strong but possibly has some negative side effects. But there are similar drugs now with less side effects apparently. One I was looking at is bicalutamide:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bicalutamide

Since this has like a 5 day half life and seems really effective at inhibiting the androgen receptor, I was thinking it sounds like it could be decent for an AA. I'm already on 200 mg/day of spiro and last I checked my test was around 1.0 (forgot units but in those units female range is like 0-0.7), and I'll probably get another blood test at some point soonish but I don't want to go up to 250 or 300 mg spiro if I don't have to. Seeing as spiro is short lived and has some agonistic effects on the androgen receptor, where as bicalutamide is a silent antagonist I was wondering if maybe it'd make sense to switch to it instead.

Anybody have any experience with/knowledge of these types of non-steroidal AA? Including flutamide, etc.?
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Doris Shakegold - Thu, 07 Apr 2016 13:17:54 EST ID:AsQ4KIrd No.397993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would also like to know about alternatives to spiro
I was self medding in the UK but recently stopped because spiro was causing me really weird heart pains and palpitations, despite me being otherwise fit and healthy
so far I can't find anything else available though
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Cyril Pocklewark - Thu, 07 Apr 2016 18:55:32 EST ID:QK0dXDnJ No.397996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397993

Common in Europe is cyproterone acetate.
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John Pittwater - Sun, 24 Apr 2016 12:39:28 EST ID:QK0dXDnJ No.398114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bump. Does anyone have any knowledge about bicalutamide?


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