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- Thu, 07 May 2020 11:26:27 EST TxseZUUF No.407294
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Hey is there still anyone here form the good old days? 08-09 genderhack and shit?
Just wondering if anybody stuck around here that long.
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Jack Buzzcocke - Mon, 25 Jan 2021 20:36:36 EST 3IMzhKNd No.407870 Reply
I forgot my trip, but I was on here around 2009, I believe. Happy to report I've been living a storied fully stealth life for years now, now in my 30s! This was a fun thread to see on the one odd occasion I decided to drop in and see what became of this board.
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Matilda Dartwill - Tue, 26 Jan 2021 13:48:48 EST NIeWbelp No.407871 Reply
I just popped back to see how things are. Looks slow but comfy. I've had an interesting life since then, met a lot of 420channers, starting to feel old. I hope everyone else has been doing well. The Internet sure is bigger now. I thought being a mod here was difficult, I can't imagine the suffering of mods on /lgbt/. #/cd/ was a drama-filled hellhole that deserved to be feem'd, and yet now there are a million little discord versions of it. Time is a flat circle.

Good starting point?

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- Thu, 21 Jan 2021 01:30:09 EST 1CGuP7++ No.407851
File: 1611210609913.jpg -(795097B / 776.46KB, 1120x809) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Good starting point?
All it seems to change is the shape of my brow and orbitals and gets rid of my beard shadow. I’m 25, is this a good starting point for my age?
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Emma Magdeline - Mon, 25 Jan 2021 16:33:25 EST ZV/UQ4Go No.407867 Reply
>>407866
Well, aren’t us cuties known for our excessive neuroses if nothing else?

Yeah I’m obsessed over the “few mm of bone” philosophy because it’s plain science.
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Wesley Backleville - Mon, 25 Jan 2021 16:56:06 EST WQCIUv3D No.407868 Reply
>>407867
>plain science

Lmao wheres the research

God damn this is such a depressing level of self-loathing
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Jenny Weddlehood - Mon, 25 Jan 2021 19:58:58 EST 7hJCOOod No.407869 Reply
>>407868
I'm 90% sure that's the Polish skull troll from /tttt/, and you shouldn't be replying to her.

idle question..

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- Mon, 07 Dec 2020 02:11:38 EST NOQSq08G No.407756
File: 1607325098828.jpg -(5846B / 5.71KB, 300x168) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. idle question..
is 25 too late to start on hormones or w.e & end up passing, eventually?
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Sophie Bivingman - Wed, 06 Jan 2021 15:35:35 EST LKzeRb2X No.407805 Reply
The I will tell you is that at 22 I was worried about the same thing, I started the day I turned 23 and it turned out to be wrong. Now there is a bit of a difference there in that 25 is kind of the cut off for full complete development, but likely you might be able to cut it off at the tale end and even revert some of it. The only truly beneficial thing in terms of secondary sex characteristics that I likely got from transitioning relatively young and from a body that was already vaguely feminine underneath the muscle that dissolved on HRT is that the joints in my hip sockets hadn't ossified yet, which is one of the last things to change in ordinary sexual development, so they actually discernably were pushed forward and out, leading to a slightly wider frame in my hips. This could easily still happen at 25 though.

The reality is though, you can't set out to pass and constantly agonize over it. Fact is all of the research seems to indicate that if you want to do it now, even if you think passing is a deal breaker, you will always want to and the drive will become more and more intense as your body ages in a masculine way. Youre just making problems for future you.

I remember the thing that set me over the edge at 22 after fantasizing about doing it since middle school, since before I even knew it was an option, was my hair slightly thinning. I saw and immediately I was like oh no fuck this absolutely not and I knew then and there regardless of if I ended up passing I had to start HRT like immediately and 7 months later after months of therapy to make sure and to deal with not passing potentially I started.

You might be pleasantly surprised too. My hair already is thicker than it's ever been by a mile with no thinning anywhere, I thought that would take a few years if it ever did. Losing muscle and shifting fat around has had profound results even at just a year. My total shoulder breadth went from 16 to 14 inches from muscle loss (I was actually pretty builtfat before, went from benching 260 to 120 lol), not only that but its turning out since I had/have a really chubby face, the actual bone structure underneath was surprisingly feminine which on top of the fat shifting has led to me having a fairly close to passing face even st a little under a year. Arm and leg hair used to be very dark and thick but it has completely fallen off my arms to the point there nothing really to shave and is at reasonable levels on my legs that at least don't leave stubble Even the timbre of my voice changed noticeabley as my throat softened and now I can more easily hit the upper register in addition to it sounding distinctly more female

Tl:dr if you're trans you always want to transition, every shred of evidence available supports this, so you should just bite the bullet and talk to a therapist now to see if its the right choice, because if it is it always will be and if it isn't bully for you isnt an easy process have fun being cis, but if you are actually trans, your life will get progressively better in a way you never could even have imagined, no matter how much I stress this it can never be hyperbolic, with support almost every day will be the best day of your life for those first few years as an entirely new sensory universe opens up, and this starts almost with the first shot and with-in a couple weeks noticeable psychological changes will start and you'll slowly but surely be less concerned about passing, even if you don't at first.
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James Briddledale - Wed, 20 Jan 2021 23:08:42 EST 1CGuP7++ No.407850 Reply
>>407756
After 14-15 it’s a matter of genetics. I have a friend who started at 24 and /pol/ said she passed perfectly.
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Mary Timbleton - Mon, 25 Jan 2021 14:35:43 EST nfqMibyY No.407865 Reply
>>407762
How wide are you?

Barry Eppley does clavicle reduction and that coupled with a BA would be "doing something about shoulders". Additionally, you'll often find that broad shoulders are not an issue if you are proportionate in the hips/buttocks area which fat distribution can contribute to.

Any other mtf’s into....

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- Wed, 20 Jan 2021 05:16:13 EST 1CGuP7++ No.407837
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Any other mtf’s into masc4masc gay porn? Any other mtf’s ever do masc4masc hookups?
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Nigel Tootville - Wed, 20 Jan 2021 11:08:16 EST raHmN8BG No.407841 Reply
>>407839
What I meant was being into masc4masc dynamics pre transition
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Nathaniel Norringmick - Wed, 20 Jan 2021 13:06:04 EST eYssy9wX No.407845 Reply
Hay bro, you need a spot?

yes. i used to be really masc-phobic, even maybe homophobic in my early transition. But. ya, it's hot.

i would luv getting in between a hot masc couple. It seems like most masc couples are more like perfect clone4clone though...
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Wesley Backleville - Mon, 25 Jan 2021 13:15:26 EST WQCIUv3D No.407863 Reply
I dunno if this is homophobic probably is but even tho i prefer masc men, seeing one take the submissive role is the opposite of arousing for me, i don't judge them i mean how could i thats my thing too i have no room to, but even still it just looks "off", like it almost cancels out what i find attractive about them, plus i just feel like its a slightly different game, masc4masc seems almost like a wrestling match, im really trying not to be homophobic, like i said no judgement it just doesnt do anything for me

coping with a weaker body/building strength back up

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- Sat, 16 Jan 2021 06:12:19 EST LKzeRb2X No.407822
File: 1610795539755.png -(495219B / 483.61KB, 496x700) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. coping with a weaker body/building strength back up
i was never really jacked or anything, but i was a pretty strong person before HRT, but at this point less than a year and a half in my muscles have fucking dissolved, which in principle I don't give a shit about, it sounds weird to say i "like" it, but i didn't really want them anyway, at least visibly, and i accept what is happening as just a reality of biology, and obviously i don't have a shred of machismo left in me, so i don't have any trouble admitting any of this, honestly i think it's kind of cool how there's this line in the sand, since it makes it really obvious to me which side i'd prefer to be on

but i wasn't quite prepared for it to happen this quickly to this extent, i think my transition coinciding perfectly with COVID was a huge reason it got so bad still think it's really clutch i got to just wear a mask in public for the whole first year of my transition tbh since i did absolutely nothing for months on end but i've lost ~30-40lbs since I started HRT (like 100lbs since my heaviest but I had been steadily losing fat and gaining muscle for years before) and I really have a feeling almost all of that has got to be muscle

i went from benching 260 to 130, a 10lb dumbbell feels like what a 30lb used to feel like, and legitimately even jars are starting to give me a run for my money

what i'm way more concerned about though is that i'm really into endurance walking/hiking and I used to go on several 4-5 hour walks a week, some as long as 10 hours, but i fell out of doing it when i started HRT and now that i'm starting to get back into it again, even just 2 or 3 hours destroys my body, my thighs start to burn, my calves lock up, my knees start to hurt, i start breathing like i just ran a 5k, and after a few times of that i have cracks in my heals half an inch long and at least a centimetre deep

i feel stupid for letting it get this bad, next to music and writing, this was one of the things i enjoyed doing most in life, it's bad enough that i have to seriously consider when and where i go in a way i didn't used to, but now i'm in a position where i'm worried i won't even be able to do it at all eventually
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Nicholas Bressleden - Tue, 19 Jan 2021 00:40:18 EST LKzeRb2X No.407831 Reply
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>>407827
True, honestly i feel like its a type of situation where like you know how you can't just let domesticated animals go cause they don't have the instincts to survive, i dont have an intuition for where is and isn't safe

I alway Mulan it and wear layers and baggy clothes so people think im a guy but if anything were to actually happen i cant run nearly as fast as i used to be able to

Also i mean some places i used to go i know i probably shouldn't go back to lol, nb
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Walter Nupperchack - Wed, 20 Jan 2021 08:33:09 EST slGNIBnB No.407840 Reply
>>407822
Well, congratulations OP you got what you wanted out of womanhood. I say this tongue in cheek, but it’s part of the gender. Welcome to the world of battling with the lid of the pickle jar now lol.
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Samuel Pittdale - Sun, 24 Jan 2021 11:37:34 EST LKzeRb2X No.407856 Reply
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>>407840
finding that this works really well

it's still a little surreal to unironically not be able to open jars tbh

God I feel disgusting

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- Tue, 28 Apr 2020 22:15:02 EST sFn6b7A/ No.407268
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I've been dealing with a catastrophic amount of shame lately. It's all surrounding how I dealt with my dysphoria when I was younger. From the time I was 12 to the time I was about 18, I used to steal and wear my sisters underwear. It was both to wear during my day to day as well as to masturbate. I feel like a completely disgusting, broken person because of this. I can never undo something that I feel borders on incestuous sexual assault. Having talked through some of it in therapy, I have tried to accept myself as having been going through serious mental health issues and coping the only way I knew how. I've apologized to my sister for it, and she has been forgiving and understanding. I've also tried to look at it as "I had to wear hand-me-down underwear" or "girls often steal their sisters clothes." Neither really help me feel less of this debilitating shame. Help me feel less awful?
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James Briddledale - Wed, 20 Jan 2021 23:04:35 EST 1CGuP7++ No.407849 Reply
I wonder as people become more educated on trans issues if AGP behavior will subside as people start to transition younger and younger. I have a friend who’s a youngshit transbian who never exhibited any agp-type fetishes before or after she transitioned because she started as a child. Not only that her family is massively religious so sex was kind of a taboo conversation so she didn’t really start experimenting with her sexuality until she started hrt at 15. Comparably I’d be considered agp by both blanchard and moser for things like being aroused by self inserting as the woman in romance stories/erotica/porn and for being turned on by shaving my body hair a couple times as a teenager, but yeah, I didn’t ever steal my sister’s clothes, much less her underwear. I never got the appeal of that when I could just wear my step mom’s high heels or make up and make my family laugh at me being silly and flamboyant.
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Jack Clunderkatch - Thu, 21 Jan 2021 12:38:38 EST LKzeRb2X No.407853 Reply
>>407849
>I’d be considered agp by both blanchard and moser for things like being aroused by self inserting as the woman in romance stories/erotica/porn

girl, ALL women self-insert as the woman in romance stories wth

blanchard has some of us so fucked up, i'm glad he's at this point mostly a discredited old fogey and the field is moving on, i don't think his theory is total bunk, there do seem to be two distinct biological origins of trans women, but there's way more gray and plenty of overlap, to the point it's a useless construct to understand the reality of what trans women are

i am solely attracted to men but transitioned in my early twenties and didn't even admit to myself that i liked boys until high school, i'm not aroused by myself looking like a woman which is the only thing AGP is, being aroused by the thought of men finding you attractive is categorically not what AGP, it's such an annoying meme, transbians aren't just fetishists who are committed to the bit, they share biological/psychological traits with cis lesbians the same way straight trans women share biological/psychological traits with straight cis women
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Ebenezer Chunnerdock - Thu, 21 Jan 2021 18:30:45 EST yGsPbPRu No.407854 Reply
>>407853
>girl, ALL women self-insert as the woman in romance stories wth
yeah confirmed
that's what they're for. It's also normal to be turnt on by your body being hot and imagining the stuff you could do with it or it being appealing to others. Feeling (at long last) sexual power and confidence and desirability is sexy. I honestly feel like this AGP shit is just trying to shame women for finding themselves hot, especially if they're women who don't "deserve" to because they're not straight or don't look like tiny cis models.

isolating myself from trans friends and feeling lonely

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- Tue, 21 Apr 2020 17:18:14 EST eq5WTl+K No.407260
File: 1587503894496.jpg -(158123B / 154.42KB, 1200x1572) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. isolating myself from trans friends and feeling lonely
I recently got SRS and none of my mtf friends have had it yet
I should be happy, and I guess I am happy with my own body, but I feel.. guilt.. and I feel like I isolated myself from them with this. If I could, I'd give the experience of having the surgery to them instead because I feel like I didn't deserve it. Knowing me, I'd be jealous but the feelings of guilt and loneliness are so crushing.. And it's not like I'm such a social person, I just feel weird alienating myslf from the few friends I have, or at least it feels like that...
might be post-surgery depression but idk

can anyone relate?
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Molly Chuppernock - Tue, 05 Jan 2021 12:38:08 EST EVVo2MTL No.407801 Reply
Join a group with post-op people. You can also be a resource to people who are pre-op. You don't need to keep yourself isolated online, but I understand that post-op depression can be tough to wrangle with sometimes.

Who Else feels like being a crazy hacker linux chick? or is it just m3?

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- Fri, 25 Dec 2020 19:46:18 EST SAuhCbE4 No.407785
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I just want to be the one to peer into the matrix. To have such a vast network conquered by a crazed, transgender technomancer is such an accomplishment.
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Ernest Honderstot - Sat, 16 Jan 2021 06:14:58 EST LKzeRb2X No.407823 Reply
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>>407821
FACT: No cis woman has EVER programmed a computer

ffs

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- Sun, 05 Jul 2020 19:15:59 EST LKzeRb2X No.407399
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At this point i feel like im obviously going to need it, but it's only been 5 months, how long should I wait to see/do they usually make you wait? Grateful to even be starting to get trans face at this point but i dont want to look like that forever.

Also are there degrees in the price depending on what they change? I feel like I would be fine if they just shaved the chin, i can't imagine just thats in the 20,000-50,000 range ive seen quoted, how would you finance it as well, is there a general amount they want up front?

I mean counting my blessings I dont have an Adam's apple so that's a huge painful expensive one I won't need, shoulders are fine, voice will be too I'm fairly confident, so really I think I'm only looking at face, feet (im only a women's 12 tbf but theyre wide as shit and awful looking), and bottom surgery in that order probably, srs will be almost entirely for me, I don't have enough material to work with for them to make anything really functional

Im looking at all the niche surgeries people talk about getting and im terrified im just missing something when I think i'd be fine without any of them
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Lydia Bobbleshit - Tue, 07 Jul 2020 01:16:30 EST LKzeRb2X No.407403 Reply
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>>407402
I mean the hair I don't mind and don't think I will I just have to get it evened out because it used to be more of a pixie cut and has probably grown about 3-4 inches since I started the first of feb.

I've not even legitimately tried to wear makeup and get it right though, I'm not wearing any in that picture I think my skin just looks weird because I had just spent 40 minutes shaving and then doused my face in witch hazel and sea breeze, you can kind of see that the splotches around my lip are just from shaving too close if you look closely but I mean don't lol, this is still annoyingly as close as I can shave and I've not found anyway to totally eliminate stubble with makeup so since it's mask season I just don't bother, in terms of consistency though I'm pretty pleased with how my skin is coming along in general, a few months after HRT all of us sudden a switch flipped and I could instantly feel that pressure and started doing a psychotic level of self-care and kind of soured on eating altogether, but even places I don't work on that much skin is noticeably softer

the hair though was what I was worried most about before I started but that's probably been the quickest most dramatic change, probably almost twice as full as it's been and I can tell because half the strands are only like an inch, especially in areas where it was thinning, and the hairline itself is lowering there's like a half inch of that clearly new hair filling in the male pattern, so I really don't even need that dishonest haircut any more it's just where my hair parts naturally and how I like to do it, don't really care for pulling it back no matter where my hairline is, lot of how quickly it's going is probably from starting out on 200mg of spiro because I had hair loss and acne, neither of which I have now, which is brilliant

also there's leave-in conditioner in it i hadn't washed out yet it's not actually this greasy lls

thanks for the info, that answered my question, I was under the impression it was more of a thing they did in one go, 12k is pretty reasonable, i also imagined there would be some kind of financing available but i mean now that i think about it that doesn't really make any sense because they can't reposes your chin if you default on it

beyond the chin really starting to think priorities wise I'll go with feet next because it'll be great to wearing something other than sneakers and vans, I mean you can tell from this the jaw line isn't great but when I'm not looking straight up at a 180 degree angle it doesn't look this sharp or defined at all, well laser on my neck is obviously first before anything but that's next to nothing compared to surgery, I'll knock that out in a few months probably
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Nicholas Bressleden - Tue, 19 Jan 2021 00:32:20 EST LKzeRb2X No.407830 Reply
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Shamelessly necroing my own thread lol

At this point at a little over the year mark my take is probably actually not, least not to pass at a glance, which I don't think i quite do but i am close enough to it that i can see it happening soon and to the point i look at myself and see a woman every time

wdyt dont hold back

A lot of it is probably laser/neurotic skin care routine tbh, but still i'm not as worried the basic frame will just be impossible to deal with, its crazy how it filled in around the chin and jaw, the only thing i'm really still a little worried about is the brow ridge ill post it, its not cavemen prominent or anything at least this is awesome dude i didnt expect it to work as fast as it did
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Nicholas Bressleden - Tue, 19 Jan 2021 00:54:32 EST LKzeRb2X No.407833 Reply
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>>407830
shit, pic of brow like i was talking about

Voice feminization surgery

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- Wed, 02 Dec 2020 22:42:01 EST 6/o81QVc No.407755
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Just starting my transition in Canada. Thoughts on voice feminization options?

There's a guy who does a surgery in Montreal. Worth the cost, or just stick to voice training?
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Henry Pabberhon - Wed, 13 Jan 2021 11:56:36 EST LKzeRb2X No.407812 Reply
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>>407781
Completely forgot i said id post this lol mb

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.lilithwittmann.voicepitchanalyzer

Been using it probably for like a year and a half now, it's neat cause there's a live waveform you can kind of shape your voice with by kind of just working on the pitch and not caring so much about the timbre, once you can get to and stay in your goal range, it's easier to clean it up by listening to yourself as you talk, I have a pair of headphones I use that are noise canceling with an active pass through so if i turn that on, I can hear myself instantly as i talk without a delay or without hearing what my voice sounds like to me as much, but just listening to it back on your computer should work just as well

Also cool to see progress over time, you can see where i started and was like no fuck this but once i started actually doing it on a daily basis as a part of music practice i already did, it got better quite fast, it fluctuates obviously, and again this is with an emphasis on pitch over quality, but at this point ive been able to really work on a natural sound at a natural pitch, to the point people will straight up tell me my voice is changing as if its just something that's happening on its own
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Hedda Bongerpodge - Sun, 17 Jan 2021 17:42:26 EST 9gPpR7qt No.407826 Reply
>>407812
>>407781
i dont mean to put you on the spot but do you have any samples if youre comfortable? i just started and i can get it kind of high-ish but it sounds embarrassingly fake
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Nicholas Bressleden - Tue, 19 Jan 2021 00:52:20 EST LKzeRb2X No.407832 Reply
>>407826
Sure.

>but it sounds embarrassingly fake

I feel that way about mine too sometimes, you can hear there are parts where its locked in and parts that are a little off, but im sure itll get better with time, another problem is that i know what my voice sounds like other than pitch like the color of it and hearing it back since thats a lot rarer than seeing your reflection i still mildly associate it with my male self, it sounds more feminine to me inside my head

https://vocaroo.com/1fbmsRXvJR0g

Saving for FFS hell

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- Wed, 12 Aug 2020 20:31:30 EST KPq04UfN No.407497
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Hello,

Been saving money for FFS the hard way for years now. I'm about a year away but this is seriously one of the hardest things I've ever done. 60% of my income goes to savings, I live in cheap, substandard housing to be able to do that and get by. Black mold, no heating at all, literal holes in the wall, mice, and recently bedbugs. I work my ass off everyday and I still struggle to afford food, bills, and HRT meds. There's been weeks where I've gone hungry or didn't know where my next meal was going to come from.

I want to give up. How did ya'll do it? I'm almost there but this shit is wearing me thin. I just want my surgery. Anyone else in the same boat?
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Henry Pabberhon - Wed, 13 Jan 2021 12:30:37 EST LKzeRb2X No.407815 Reply
>>407688
>What if you discover you cannot mentally deal with the persistent pain of dilation?

lmao she was talking about face surgery...

this is how you know that someone has a very specific bone to pick with the trans community, and i don't get it you guys, of course you think it's gross but that's because you're dudes, i imagine for you it would be a pretty unpleasant experience, lucky for you no one's trying to make you get one, is it just the symbolism of it? i would imagine it's kind of the apotheosis of trans ickiness for you to imagine the procedure in gruesome detail, but just don't do that then lol, no one's making you think about other peoples' intimate major medical procedures, you don't have to give a shit and pretend to care about trans women when you talk with disgust about how invasive and gory a procedure it is, cause even accounting for SRS and other major surgical interventions and all the problems they can potentially entail, >98% STILL report being generally satisfied with transitioning https://whatweknow.inequality.cornell.edu/topics/lgbt-equality/what-does-the-scholarly-research-say-about-the-well-being-of-transgender-people/
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Graham Deckledune - Sat, 16 Jan 2021 02:35:54 EST 7hJCOOod No.407819 Reply
>>407815
It's by and large /d/ browsers who fetishize the girlcock. You see a lot of it with fascist-types too. They get strangely 'possessive' over what people they despise can do with their bodies, pasting it over with some bullshit moralizing spiel.

She's gone...

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- Tue, 24 Nov 2020 04:47:03 EST tj7CXMxb No.407742
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Has anyone else repressed for so long that it makes that side of you just faded away? I don't know if this makes me happy or sad. I don't crossdress anymore, or really look into HRT anymore. Maybe I did grow out of it? I don't know, maybe i'm lucky that I did cause it seems like alot of you couldn't. It's weird, I miss her but not drastically?
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John Blebberlug - Thu, 26 Nov 2020 21:31:19 EST ZK3Jof0V No.407745 Reply
>>407742
IDK I repressed for a long time but it was always a part of me. It's easy to ignore your feelings when all you do is get high and play video games all day. But then I sobered up lel.

Never really cross-dressed a lot, did for a play once as kid and maybe very briefly for convention (also crossdressed at this "queer prom" thing with my ex once - it was awful, was surrounded by people half my age). I masturbated once while crossdressing and I felt so disgusted I never did it again. I'm on HRT and that feels better. Little to no libido, it's a relief really. Ofc I'm probably sterile by now but that's what the sperm bank is for.

I like this direction, even though I worry sometimes and lose confidence. I want to pass oneday.
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Henry Pabberhon - Wed, 13 Jan 2021 14:20:17 EST LKzeRb2X No.407817 Reply
Let me put it this way: I used to feel the same way sometimes and now about a year and a half after actually transitioning I can't even begin to comprehend how. I went from feeling like a defective man who just needed to bench more to feel real despite the fact the bigger I got the worse I felt, to a place where I genuinely don't know who I am if I'm not a woman, and in comparison to how I feel then I feel like I'm living more in accordance with nature, everything i do feels purer and more authentic in spite of insecurities about being a "real" woman, a place where I'm starting to actually like catching my reflection and seeing someone who's 70 pounds lighter and starting to develop a body I actually want to have

I wouldn't want you to pass up on this but just the same if it's not truly what you want to do in life it would be a huge mistake, but really i think if anything i described here sounded appealing in the slightest, i think you owe it to yourself to at least talk to a therapist, they won't try to pressure you either way, their entire job is to help you untangle all these feelings and make the right choice, but it's a choice you do have to make definitively, so it's best to talk to someone


Butt & Other Implants

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- Tue, 07 Apr 2020 00:05:42 EST IwYMhDET No.407222
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Sup seedy,

Do you have any anecdotes/ first-hand/ second-hand experience with butt, hip, or even breast implants? Did you or a friend get them and how are they? How did everything go?

I did some face things and srs, now I am considering butt/ hip/ breast enchantment, but I'm a bit borderline. I have basically no figure (36B = bwh 38-30-36) but look alright dressed. It just doesn't seem natural to me because I didn't have much of a chance to get actual curves and proportions.

I can't wear certain things, I'll never be able to wear a proper swimsuit, not comfortable showing myself naked or in underwear, I won't be properly comfortable with my current proportions. I am 32 (started at 25) so I want to enjoy the rest of my 30s and feel attractive and confident again. These are normal woman insecurities, though being trans exacerbates them.

But what I worry is that implants won't do enough or will be obvious/ bad or hard to deal with. I don't want a perfect model body/ kardashian ass or anything, just something more proportioned to the rest of me.

It's weird that /r/asktransgender used to be really popular when I started, but it has declined in quality so much. There are almost no threads about implants at all even though that's the most popular cosmetic surgery in the world, and the threads that do exist are just questions with no answers. Do trans women just not care about getting implants? Or are we all focused too much on kawaii vuvus and man rolls to think about spending precious neetbux on implants?
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Lydia Pizzlesot - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 03:16:54 EST m+aRkf06 No.407468 Reply
>>407387
Who did you choose and reject? I have pretty much the same nofigure. I am kind of skeptical fat transfer or implants can even do anything for me due to my pelvis shape
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Cornelius Blackman - Tue, 11 Aug 2020 15:55:55 EST L6egn6eT No.407494 Reply
>>407468
He's a smaller doctor in northern Illinois who does a lot of middle-age woman cosmetic stuff. I don't want to mention a name as if I'm saying to avoid him because he did seem competent.

I chose Dr. Shifrin in Chicago because he has a lot of experience and good reviews.

What sucks is that I want to avoid hip implants, so we're going to try fat transfer, but if it doesn't stick then it's $13k for implants. That's almost as much as breast, butt, and hip fat together (16k). I worry I'll end up with a big butt and no hips instead of a proportionate pelvis. But I guess I can always save up for a couple more years.

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