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epilating by a b - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 09:49:18 EST ID:LO+3pyFA No.405592 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how can one stand the excruciating pain when epilating? i cant do it

i just want my legs to be hairless :l so i came up with this: since regular pain killer didnt do the job i thought about acupuncture - are there acupuncture points for analgesia or local anesthesia? :) so that one could epilate oneself without feeling pain
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a b - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 12:46:35 EST ID:LO+3pyFA No.405607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405605

ok so youre basically saying: fire-walking exists but the method differs. hmm. please divulge how its done properly :) as you may know, in the 90's there was this esoteric chinese sect "fa lun gong", well, members of this set themselves on fire to show that, uh, their superpowers are for real (see this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiananmen_Square_self-immolation_incident )

heres a pic of 'jonn mumford' piercing his cheek with a needle to demontrate his 'yogic' abilities

i tried different methods (i.e. waxing) but it didnt work for me. it just doesnt 'grab' the hair... *phew* ... leg hair is so soft that it cant be plucked with a tweezer


>>405606

good feeling you say O_o well it definetely hurts like hell - i cant do it
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Jarvis Bluddleham - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 02:45:06 EST ID:4tihdy48 No.405608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405607
Oh, fire walking. My mistake, I didn't think you were being literal, I thought you were talking about walking over hot coals. Yeah, no, fire walking isn't a thing. Sucks about the waxing. Unfortunately, I don't really think I have any other advice. Maybe you have a busted epilator?
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Cornelius Brookville - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 05:27:14 EST ID:nqRc3EvG No.405609 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405607
Are you sure? That can't by any means be "definite". It sure sounds like you might just need to open your mind a little about it, for starters try pulling out just a portion of hairs in a session, and see if it results in a good feeling yet. Really, the little fuckers are getting purged to the core, instead of just getting their growth rolled back to the first day of their existance, so it's like you cut them of with weekly surprlus shrinkage.

Maybe sugarring might work for you. Isn't the real reason leg hairs can't be plucked because there's just too damn many of them for it to be remotely practical?
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a b - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 06:45:36 EST ID:LO+3pyFA No.405610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405608

youre right, i meant hot coals..

i even did IPL ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intense_pulsed_light ) on it but it didnt do a thing, and IPL is expensive too, youll need thousands of dollars (the IPL parlor i went to charges 100 bucks a session, i did one session - the hair didnt lessen a bit)... and ipl hurts too :\

>>405609

youre right, but, i dont know the real reason leg hair cant be plucked - try it yourself :) i'd do it if it was possible. ok, i'll try sugaring *goes off googling*
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John Bleblinglet - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 23:35:53 EST ID:/OG1EjaB No.405614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405610
Shit, I'm kicking myself a little for not posting about how much of a fucking scam laser hair removal is. You'd get better results with homeopathy. Sounds like this IPL is a bird of the same feather.


Rate my sissy bear ass pls. by Emma Blythewell - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 17:32:05 EST ID:npxHTcyA No.405494 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS NOWHERE
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Phyllis Piffingstark - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 18:11:37 EST ID:Mh9Cu0qP No.405495 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405494

no/10
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Caroline Wabberford - Thu, 19 Jul 2018 04:49:31 EST ID:/OG1EjaB No.405500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
deiner, are you cheating on /ga/ with /cd/? I am almost unironically shocked.

Shame, we need all the posters we can get over there.
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Jenny Nurrynut - Fri, 20 Jul 2018 02:34:53 EST ID:o85QKsOr No.405501 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405494
Hazmatsuit_Porn/10
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Phoebe Bemmlechag - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 02:17:13 EST ID:GnBnCu3l No.405588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405494

This guy is a cop the sort of cop that's like not nice.
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Clara Brenningbanks - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 23:16:07 EST ID:Wn0wEHp/ No.405613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Moose out of 10.


Anal sex? by Cyril Blallerfoot - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 23:41:24 EST ID:P1KLGz+K No.405550 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Myself and a friend of mine have just started having sex fairly recently and I'm a bi trans female and his is a bisexual male he wants me to peg him and wanted to know if there was any tips on how to do it safely as he is very inexperienced in anal play with anything bigger than his fingers. Any tips on how I should go about doing it safely for him to enjoy it...
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Frederick Peddleson - Thu, 26 Jul 2018 06:55:28 EST ID:Mh9Cu0qP No.405551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405550

2 things.
1 is lube
2 is amyl nitrates.

have fun!
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Nathaniel Fankinson - Fri, 27 Jul 2018 22:49:22 EST ID:/OG1EjaB No.405555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Does he know how to douche? Cause a cock has a much better chance of striking oil than a fucking finger or two.

Even if you can get a hold of poppers, get him nice and hard first, it relaxes the pelvic floor muscles.
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Betsy Brobberfidge - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 02:23:38 EST ID:2LnASUar No.405581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405551
>amyl nitrates
Kinda unhealthy but it does puff your prostate right up.
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Cornelius Novingdine - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 16:19:54 EST ID:LUlIwd7n No.405612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Remember to clean the asshole. Nothing is more disgusting than shit.


Opinions About Sonic the Sissyhog? by Sidney Mennerpatch - Mon, 11 Dec 2017 21:03:41 EST ID:mqt5dlDB No.404491 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://games.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600090425

http://games.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600090426

http://games.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600090462

http://games.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600090509
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Betsy Blackfuck - Fri, 23 Feb 2018 20:21:50 EST ID:mqt5dlDB No.404858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bump
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Edwin Chillerbanks - Thu, 26 Jul 2018 15:08:29 EST ID:mqt5dlDB No.405552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
BASED
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Cornelius Piblingfoot - Thu, 26 Jul 2018 18:09:05 EST ID:nqRc3EvG No.405553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>404491
Clearly it's the result of this...
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Cornelius Piblingfoot - Thu, 26 Jul 2018 18:15:50 EST ID:nqRc3EvG No.405554 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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...combined with this!
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Shit Fendlehene - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 11:19:59 EST ID:mqt5dlDB No.405611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://archiveofourown.org/works/11798901 Chapter 2 is up


Transgender is not Haram by السلام عليكم - Sat, 31 Mar 2018 06:47:22 EST ID:6OESwApW No.404957 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://youtu.be/slY4AXs0_ec
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Jarvis Smallforth - Sat, 12 May 2018 16:13:56 EST ID:YMUFI45V No.405254 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I guess it really isn't harem.

https://www.facebook.com/Nayyab-Ali-Pakistans-First-Transgender-Politician-NA-141-434071907042783/
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Fucking Tillingdale - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 13:59:46 EST ID:YMUFI45V No.405440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405134
I was told that the Qur'an is read backwards. Is this true and does that hold true for this particular version?
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Betsy Husslegold - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 05:00:30 EST ID:Mh9Cu0qP No.405445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405440

Na'ruq, rabka halla

Mind blower.
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Hedda Tillingfield - Mon, 13 Aug 2018 09:25:13 EST ID:YMUFI45V No.405604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Does the Qur'an get worse as you progress through the chapters?
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Nigel Gimmerpudge - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 01:04:04 EST ID:wXklkGrh No.405615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405440
Arabic is written and read right-to-left, and what would appear to be the back cover of a book to people used to reading English is actually the front cover of a book written in Arabic. To Arabic readers (and readers of Hebrew and Farsi), English is "read backwards." A more helpful distinction is to say that English is read left-to-right and Arabic is read right-to-left.

This is irrelevant in English translations of the Quran, which are written as English is customarily written, left-to-right.


n+1 by Henry Pockspear - Sat, 05 May 2018 20:22:10 EST ID:ImY/LGTn No.405209 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I transitioned for gossip and compliments, lipstick and mascara, for crying at the movies, for being someone’s girlfriend, for letting her pay the check or carry my bags, for the benevolent chauvinism of bank tellers and cable guys, for the telephonic intimacy of long-distance female friendship, for fixing my make-up in the bathroom flanked like Christ by a sinner on each side, for sex toys, for feeling hot, for getting hit on by butches, for that secret knowledge of which dykes to watch out for, for Daisy Dukes, bikini tops, and all the dresses, and, my god, for the breasts. But now you begin to see the problem with desire: we rarely want the things we should.
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Graham Ferringstock - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 10:03:49 EST ID:mpUORh9i No.405593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405590

Actually I'm not thinking of detransitioning. "Opting out" meant out of life. I know there's some kind of rule about sayig it so I tried to be vague, but I guess I was too vague.

Thing is, there were never really any exciting changes. I got the beginning of a few changes and then it just stopped. Like freezing in place an inch from the starting line, having only experienced a quarter of less of the changes HRT "promised" when looking up changes online. No terminus hairs became vellus, though my skin seemed to develop folliculitis, making things bad. I grew peanuts up top - not even a AAA cup. I have to wish I didn't even grow that, because then BE would be covered (where I live); the tiny bit of near-nothing tissue disqualifies me. Not much fat redistribution. Supposedly I pass, which I constantly doubt and still hate my face. I only did so once I got far enough with laser. I had/have hair loss, and while a lot came back with dutasteride and more recently minoxidil, not all of it did.

I had hoped for much more. So combine a really crappy life with a basically failed transition... And there isn't anything to live for. Surgeries exist, but are impossible to attain - like drowning with a life raft right there, just forever out of reach.

Never had any ideas about being a completely different person or stereotyped woman pre-transition. I was a depressed shut-in and thought I would stay a depressed shut-in, hopefully just hating myself less and maybe getting to a point where I could be myself and be comfortable enought to work on issues affecting me. I always thought trans people who suddenly felt so much better on HRT were experiencing mental placebo effects and thought I wouldn't, but I did experience some of those placebo effects. The whole "finally getting on HRT (slowly)!" Those feelings were short lived though, and my hopes got dashed.

Anyway, thanks for explaining further. It's interesting to hear others' perspectives on it.

>>405591
Thanks for your input as well.
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Charlotte Huffingfoot - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 11:48:40 EST ID:Z3aWCBsq No.405595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405593
Are you sure your hormone levels are in the right range? Have you gotten blood tests? Maybe you could use more estrogen. I get the part about not thinking you pass even if people say you do though, dysphoria can shape how we view our own face/body.
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Graham Ferringstock - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 14:45:18 EST ID:mpUORh9i No.405596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405595

I was getting blood tests pretty frequently although not recently. Levels were always fine. Maybe even high estrogen. I'm on 6 mg, and usually take 4 mg of it in halves sublingually throughout the day. Got an MRI about half a year ago to check for prolactinoma. Of course, levels won't matter if I'm any degree of insensitive, but the endo I've seen says it can't/won't be tested.

An idea was kicked around that I have body dysmorphic disorder on top of dysphoria and am working on a bit of CBT for BDD, but it's not doing anything for me.
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Wesley Lightwell - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 06:40:27 EST ID:anuX8NSM No.405600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405596
How about your testosterone levels? 6mg oral/sublingual isn't actually that high contrary to popular opinion it seems to me. Consider injections maybe. And maybe progesterone? My breasts got a bit rounder since going on progesterone. But yeah make sure your T is low.

Dysmorphia is difficult to deal with. After a while you aren't sure how you 'actually' look since theres so much negativity associated with your own appearance. But positive thinking and self-love can help. Retraining your mental pathways. And there is surgery too.
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Cyril Hamblewell - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 12:16:40 EST ID:mpUORh9i No.405601 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405600

All tests showed my testosterone pretty much wiped out. I was on 100 mg cyproterone, prescribed by the first endo I saw, then the second endo I saw dropped me to 50 mg to drop my prolactin levels. Somehow the test after the drop showed even lower T levels. I've been on progesterone on and off for a quite while. I did remember noticing a rounding effect, but not much and it did nothing for size.

I'd love to try injections. I actually got a prescription for them from my first endo, near the end of my time seeing him although for some reason he prescribed a low dose of it at 10mg q 2/52 in comparison to my 6 mg. Unfortunately, I can't really afford them and they're not covered while pills are. I'm on disability.

I don't seem capable of positive thinking or self-love. Hate everything about myself and it's been a crapshoot of a life; it seems too late to try to make something of it now. I think my perspective is reasonably objective and trying to convince myself otherwise is like trying to believe leprechauns exist. I'm not sure how wrong I am about my appearance. For my face, I think it's feminine enough to pass at a glance and let me be gendered correctly, unless a stranger lingers too long. Then they probably start to wonder. As for my body... it's a fatty hairy guy body with slight gynecomastia. Working on the fat and getting laser for the hair, but it's a slow process. Wide shoulders, narrow hips, ugly nipples, thinned out hair, etc. Maybe if I wasn't trans and was fit, it might be some kind of ideal body. Too bad things never line up like that.

Oh, I know there's surgery. It's one of the things that makes me more hopeless as I know I'll never afford it. At least, not until I'm in my 60s or 70s through saving up, if ever. "No thanks."


document changing by Oliver Mumbleforth - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 17:21:11 EST ID:FjvWRaQs No.405497 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hello seedy
my psychiatrist said something very silly but i can't stop thinking about it
i barely pass for anything other than a feminine gay looking boy with long-ish hair, and i'm (re)starting college next year. the thing is that my psychiatrist advises me to change my name and gender marker quickly before starting (this process is easy where i live) and start school as a not-yet-there weirdo tranner, she claims this is better than suddenly starting girlmode in second, third, or fourth year and having to explain it then.

does anyone have experience or tips with regards to transitioning while in college? i'm terrifeid and i can't stop thinking about maybe doing it even though i would embarass myself probably
sorry im retarded
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Clara Fuckingstone - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 17:57:56 EST ID:qvvMo5m0 No.405498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405497
I transitioned in the second year of university, and yeah I'd definitely recommend the first year if it's possible and you're confident enough. A fresh start means you'll always be known as that name, that gender. If it's a large college then teachers will know what to do and be respectful even if you don't pass, and it's so much easier making friends or even just dealing with classmates with group projects when you don't have to come out and go "oh can you call me by ___ now?"

First year is generally the easiest too, and they just load work on you after. I don't regret transitioning when I did, it couldn't be earlier and I would have hated delaying it, but fuck. It was real hard. Trying to keep up with assignments, trying to get good attendance and have enough a social life to not go completely crazy, is bad enough without anything else going on, but with hormones messing up your head, trying to get confidence to walk outside and just a hella lot of dysphoria and self-doubt it's incredibly tough.

I'd say don't throw yourself in the deep end until you feel comfortable, but I delayed so much that it got to the point where I was starting to be read as a girl even when I was in "guy" mode because I'd been taking titty skittles for over a year before I actually presented as a girl. Sometimes it can be good to take the plunge.
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David Bimmlefuck - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 19:55:36 EST ID:Mh9Cu0qP No.405499 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405497

I rushed through all my document changes before starting uni. i cannot imagine going through it with my dead name and im so glad i did, it made everything so much easier for me.

It doesnt matter if you're a "weird tranner" its university/college almost everyone will give you the proper pronouns and 95% of people there will be weird. There is a not yet on hrt ftm in one of my units and we all call him, him. because his name is "ian" even if he doesnt exactly look like an Ian.
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Hedda Brunderchutch - Wed, 08 Aug 2018 18:42:14 EST ID:32g2azmx No.405585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hello everyone I'm sorry for taking forever to reply. I have been thinking about your replies and my dilemma in general for a while. It is too late to change my documents before school, but I have not given up on the idea of starting out as a girl regardless.

>>405498
>yeah I'd definitely recommend the first year if it's possible and you're confident enough. A fresh start means you'll always be known as that name, that gender
Indeed, if I stand there on the first day in androgynous or generally feminine clothing and tell others my name despite my ID saying otherwise, they will know me as such. The first impression is the most important one, and I expect all the other students will be too scared and insecure on the first day to oppose the idea of a transgender student too much. I won't appear in a dress, but I'll still aim for a feminine look to reinforce the idea that I am not simply a feminine guy.
>and it's so much easier making friends or even just dealing with classmates with group projects when you don't have to come out and go "oh can you call me by ___ now?"
this is also a big thing, yeah. I'm quite shy and getting it right from the start would save me a lot of later stress regarding asking people to call me a different name.
>but fuck. It was real hard. Trying to keep up with assignments, trying to get good attendance and have enough a social life to not go completely crazy, is bad enough without anything else going on, but with hormones messing up your head, trying to get confidence to walk outside and just a hella lot of dysphoria and self-doubt it's incredibly tough.
All that extra stuff was the reason I took a break from school when first starting hrt and viewing myself differently in a major way. It's simply too much to keep up. Especially when someone asks you why your marks are so bad, you can't tell them that it's because you want to cut your dick off..

>>405499
>It doesnt matter if you're a "weird tranner" its university/college almost everyone will give you the proper pronouns and 95% of people there will be weird.
yes, exactly! everyone is still 'searching' for themselves as I would word it. if i make a good start, it'll stick.
there's a big difference between
'oh yeah there's a tranny in that class, her name is so and so but it's whatever'
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Polly Clazzledale - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 21:20:39 EST ID:lsuwjA4h No.405598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405497
>>405497
Post pics?


Is this a legitimate reason for transitioning? And other questions by Doris Hemmerwed - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 01:49:55 EST ID:XDDAMo6O No.405531 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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FORWAR this was written during a molly comedown and after typing all this I just want to say I'm sorry. I was all over the place and most of it devolved to 'in my feelings' type shit. Even after 5 years almost I'm still deeply confused and I could use a bit of insight. To anyone who actually reads this all the way through, thank you. And to anyone who doesn't, I more than understand. Thank you girls.

I was 25 at the time I first started playing around with hormones. I was having serious body image issues at the time, I was very suicidal. Basically I had functional male genitalia as well as a very male distribution of fat. However because of puberty I wound up with a very feminine bone structure (pelvis tilted and wide as my shoulders, hips even wider than that, small hands narrow feet, spine shape, asscrack up to my bellybutton, no adams apple, basically everything).

Initially I wanted to kill myself for how I looked but I decided to start taking hormones instead. I wasn't trying to transition at that point, I just wanted to see what I was supposed to look like for once. What it would look like if my fat distribution actually matched my bone structure for once.

In a way I did like what the hormones did. My ass had always been this wide amorphous noshape, but after about 6 months of estrogen all the sudden it would have this almost perfect rounded heart shape to it. And all this other bone structure seemed like it all finally made sense for once. Even the mannerisms that I could feel I'd been suppressing all these years were finally allowed to breath and that alone felt really wonderful in a way.

At the same time though I developed this feeling of utter horror because of it. I still really wanted to be a man, or at least for society to perceive me that way. I just after looking at myself in the mirror like that I realized I was a freak no matter what. With the hormones I'm just this crossdresser wannabe female to most people, and if I go back to my old fat distribution then I'm just some weird chimpanzee half breed looking thing that women want nothing to do with.

I'm 29 and over halfway to 30 and basically I've been stuck on this question since all this shit started around the time I turned 25. Overall I've spent more time on hormones than off. Usually I'd hit hon status within about 6 months of starting. I never had any intention of actually dressing as a female so I'd have to back off for a few months every now and then just so my figure wouldn't get too out of control.

After taking estrogen for a while I realized how much I fucking hated the feeling of testosterone in my body for so many reasons other than my bones. That's why I've been in this limbo so long, I just can't accept the feeling of testosterone in my body anymore it grosses me out. At the same time I must admit I still really dislike the idea of transitioning. I've been asexual my whole life but I feel like if I do this I'm gonna become this pervert who walks around in women's clothes. Or at least that's what society will see me as. It's not about if I could pass or fail on an individual level, it's about what society thinks of transgenders as a people.

Anyways getting around to my questions... About four years ago I met this really nice guy. He was very shy about it but he's always seemed to have an interest in me. The 3 years we worked together to just last month when I bumped into him at the store. Up until now I guess mentally I've always felt an insistence that my romantic mate had to be a woman. But I'm to a point where I really don't feel that way anymore for some reason. Getting older I guess. I've been alone my entire life. I've had some spectacular failures with women over my life, my body issues and my asexuality have always tripped me up without fail. I've just come to realize it'll never happen, not with a woman at least.
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Thomas Hettingville - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 00:23:06 EST ID:xxQWec2S No.405543 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405541
Yeah I'll work up the courage to hit him up in the next day or two I guess. I'm just afraid because doing this seems like opening a huge can of worms. I'm just not sure what his expectations would be and that's where the fear sets in. I had this dude so frustrated at times I was sure he was about to cry. I would blow him off fairly often too and he never took it well, one time he literally started screaming at me about how I was 'just like a woman' for doing it to him. He's a really nice person and I'm just afraid he might have expectations of me and if I bow out I would feel really shitty if I hurt him on top of all the frustration I've already given him over the years.

But you're right, I know he hasn't had one in a long time but this would be my first time altogether so I suppose I stand a pretty good chance of getting hurt too. Fuck it yeah I'll talk to him and see what's up.

Thank you.
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Doris Blebbledale - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 20:55:06 EST ID:/OG1EjaB No.405548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405543
No problem and good luck ;)
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Molly Brunningkock - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 20:08:33 EST ID:F+xJNA9N No.405560 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405531
I personally think you should relax on this trans-thing. It's an old phenomenon and way of life that has been around for thousands of years. Personally I think taking hormones frivolously without a well thought out timeline is poorly advised. It's a difficult path even if you're rich and pretty.

Personally I don't like how it's considered a congenital mental health disorder. That's the main turn off to being a tranny.
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Hedda Chellerstone - Tue, 31 Jul 2018 04:10:06 EST ID:j4rkcr69 No.405563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405543

so what happened
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Polly Clazzledale - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 21:12:18 EST ID:lsuwjA4h No.405597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405531
Post pictures of your body?

I have never seen any person's hips be as wide as their shoulders. That just doesn't exist in nature even with biological girls.


Anyone remember Ren Ludwig? by Whatever happened to Ren Ludwig? - Thu, 07 Dec 2017 07:49:39 EST ID:wqju+Q9y No.404478 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone here still posting from 5 years ago? Anyone remember Ren who used to post here alot? Just curious what happened to them
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Martha Dudgecocke - Tue, 03 Apr 2018 14:24:04 EST ID:4luarcnP No.404981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404975
;3
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George Pobberbury - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 00:07:02 EST ID:eDS9x++3 No.405576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404975
Oh hai Ren, long time no see.
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Matilda Gandersene - Wed, 08 Aug 2018 23:01:57 EST ID:d1KC9Iul No.405587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405576
Hi
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Phyllis Brookshit - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 08:04:46 EST ID:6fblmKDl No.405589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405587
I use to come over and watch Trailer Park Boys with you.
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Lydia Trotfield - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 11:21:35 EST ID:2ZAp7TEo No.405594 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>404478
I totally forgot this site existed but google randomly sent me here, wow, some faces I remember from about that time, maybe 6 or 7 years ago.

There was a girl named Paige on here a long time ago too, maybe she's still on here... from Sacramento/Fresno area. This is Riley if you're still here :)


https://discord.gg/8hW5YYN by Alice Gongerford - Sat, 23 Jun 2018 17:56:43 EST ID:XOLK1zBN No.405385 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Buncha tranners trying to keep it comfy

if that sounds like a thing you're into you should join, or not. It's your life
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Augustus Gangerfield - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 17:48:17 EST ID:LmzLZI17 No.405398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not that chill tbh
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Hamilton Parringspear - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 10:50:51 EST ID:XOLK1zBN No.405582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS NOWHERE
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Molly Buzzhall - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 21:32:11 EST ID:5Ts6NDaQ No.405584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405582

Sound advice.


Pass thread? by Beatrice Tootwill - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 14:15:33 EST ID:w+dGbFlw No.403559 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Couldn't find one so yeahh
Just wondering what I can do to look more passable?
Being 26, way too tall (6'7) and still not on horomes makes me feel like shit. All my friends say I pass, etc, but you know the drill. Doesn't help that my family doesn't understand why people even transition either, so my motivation isn't the greatest.
And yesss, I know my hair is shit.
Happy big Sunday.
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Fucking Clombleworth - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 18:31:57 EST ID:/OG1EjaB No.405575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405573
So wait why even go girlmode? And why try to see if you pass as your birth sex? So many questions

I would bf the fuck outta you that 80% of the time, though.
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Matilda Crottingstock - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 13:16:05 EST ID:8QZZRZO7 No.405577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405575
It's fun? It feels good. It's consistent with how I was a kid, as well--most of the time I'd scrap around in boys' clothes with my shirt off, and then sometimes I'd want like an Edwardian velvet dress with lace trim. And then, as now, I didn't have much of a problem with my vagina--I was just surprised by how much I hated the feeling of the secondary sex characteristics that came with puberty. So really both my body and my clothes preferences have been the same forever.

I started exploring this stuff again after I had had some breathing room on T, 7 years in or so. (I had had a terrible experience as the only tran in a huge high school in 2005-, and I wanted some time to be FTM stealth in peace.) I was worried at first that this meant all my transitioning had been a waste and I actually ended up trying to detransition just to see what was up, but I did not feel right off testosterone at all. My body chem, my mental state, the muscle and fat distribution and subtle junk changes, were very distressing, and I didn't regret having had top surgery at all--on the contrary, I feel like physically and socially transitioning saved my life. So I just tried presenting female as time to time on a lark, with no fake boobs (the feeling of them made me dysphoric in a very pre-surgery way), without stressing about What It All Meant, under the reasoning that I'd suffered enough from what people told me I should do with my gender presentation and gendered body and I should stop GAF about anything but my own comfort level.

What I discovered: I only like girlmode for a few hours to days, with enough work I can pass just fine even after nearly 10 years on T, and I don't mind female pronouns or social role much during those times, though like I said it gets old fast even if people are nice. Most of the time I simply prefer looking and being received as a scruffy, semi-femme gay guy. I'm sort of loathe to admit it but I guess I'm naturally bigender, although I tell pretty much everyone I'm just FTM.
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Matilda Crottingstock - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 13:18:09 EST ID:8QZZRZO7 No.405578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Anyway, sorry to treat you to a veritable Russian novel of this shit. I'm just surprised--I thought you might be mad or hurt by me potentially trivializing how hard/how much work is is to be a trans girl. But that's the story. And thank you for the compliment.

TL;DR It feels natchy to switch and I'm probably one'a them enbies though I don't really think of myself that way
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Archie Duckshaw - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 19:05:43 EST ID:Mh9Cu0qP No.405579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405577

tbf its actually very cismale to dress up in womens clothing from time to time, especially in the alternative crowd. i know atleast three cis guys who dont identify as lgbtetc who regularly wear womens clothing in public, just for fun.

I think it especially helps with the de-gendering of clothing thats occurring in western society.
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Caroline Findersitch - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 19:23:19 EST ID:/OG1EjaB No.405580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405578
Nah, I'm not mad. I'm cis and I just come here to meme.


Male Lactation/Domperidone/Prolactin by Fuck Clibberham - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 20:17:19 EST ID:5Ts6NDaQ No.405437 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So can a male lactate (maybe grow some small breasts) by simply taking domperidone or do you have to also have to be taking female hormones to lactate?
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Beatrice Dartbury - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 13:58:28 EST ID:5Ts6NDaQ No.405569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS NOWHERE
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Phyllis Firrysick - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 04:24:40 EST ID:Z3aWCBsq No.405570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405442
With just estrogen?
Please explain how one can do this.
I'm on estrogen and progesterone, how can I lactate?
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Jack Fudgenutch - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 20:19:47 EST ID:5Ts6NDaQ No.405571 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405570

Take the following Phytoestrogen supplements (one pill twice a day): Hops (contains 8-Prenylnaringenin aka 8-PN), Soy Isoflavones, Pueraria Mirifica (contains miroestrol), Dong Quai Root, Fenugreek Seed, Shatavari these will grow your boobs out and trick your body in different way that estrogen and progesterone alone won't. Take them for two weeks minimum and you will notice your boobs will be softer, and increase their bounce and size and will do the same to your nipples (minus the bounce) it will make your nipples bigger and longer, then order some Domperidone (1 pill 3 times a day) from online you can get them from China on popular auction site dot com. But only take until you start to lactate then stop, you do not want too much Prolactin production it's not good for you.
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Nell Shittingridge - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 21:18:53 EST ID:Z3aWCBsq No.405572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405571
Thanks. So what exactly do those phytoestrogens do that endogenous estrogen doesn't? Is there a way to do something similar with just like "chemical" drugs you could get off a pharmacy site?
Once you start lactating and get off the domperidone, do you need to do anything special with your estrogen/progesterone dose or just continue normally. Do those prolactin risks decrease once you are off the domperidone but still lactating?
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Jack Fudgenutch - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 16:01:12 EST ID:5Ts6NDaQ No.405574 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405572

They activate/signal/mimic and are in some cases block different processes which promote breast enlargement and stimulate natural Prolactin production (Fenugreek seed) Just look up listed plants on wiki and look at all the different phytoestrogens contained in those plants and what they do. Some contain dozens of different phytoestrogens. Type each one into Google and add breast, milk production, mammary etc and you will find articles on their effects (some studies will conclude they do not work others will find the opposite) But consider the doses they ran the experiments on and what industries they are protecting 8-PN alone is a very powerful phytoestrogen for example with strong feminizing effects but the beer industry would not want you to know that because what would that do to beer sales if they told men that it may grow breasts and feminize you if consumed regularly. I hacked myself in only took weeks with just phytoestrogens alone I didn't even stop taking my testosterone I can't imagine how fast it will work if you are already taking T-blockers and estrogen. I cannot speak to your estrogen/progesterone dose I am a eunuch not a trap/t-girl
I would assume you just continue normally? Your prolactin levels should decrease naturally once you stop taking the domperidone especially if you are not breast pumping regularly or doing things that will prolong and stimulate natural production. Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. I accept no responsibility for sharing information I am simply telling you what I did, not that you should follow my directions.


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