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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

can't handle what T is doing to me

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- Tue, 07 Apr 2020 17:30:04 EST MazOBK2l No.407225
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hi /cd/, needed an anonymous place to vent. I'm a trans guy and ever since I started T a few months ago my libido has been overwhelming. I've fucked a bunch of new people (plus my long-term boyfriend) since January and it's not enough. I'm staying with friends right now and I have no private place to masturbate (I normally need to cum at least twice a day) and it's driving me crazy. It's hard for me to get my mind off of sex and get anything done. I don't want to do anything that my friends would be uncomfortable with but I can hardly control myself.

That plus I seem to be developing... inconvenient? tastes. I've always been a size king but none of my dildos feel filling enough anymore and I can't afford an even bigger one, nor an even more powerful vibrator. Non-con used to be a turn-off/trigger for me but lately I've been fantasizing more and more about being pinned down and fucked against my will until I'm crying and sore. my politics and my kinks are almost diametrically opposed, politically I want trans men to be viewed more or less the same as cis men and I despise straight chasers, but in bed I just want to be tied up and hurt and stretched and be called a pathetic fucktoy only useful for pleasuring cock.

I have no outlet right now. I'm coming home on Sunday where at least I'll be able to masturbate in peace but that feels like it's an eternity away, and thanks to covid it'll be months before I can arrange the gangbang of my dreams. but I don't want to pause T for any reason and I'm kind of getting off on the denial >_<

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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Cornelius Dungersodge - Tue, 07 Apr 2020 10:24:00 EST IwYMhDET No.407224 Reply
>>407223
what is this weirdass link? I ain't clickin that shit.

Sissies and Sissie-wear

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- Thu, 26 Mar 2020 05:17:54 EST XjVAYUhK No.407208
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Can we discuss Crossdressing and Sissydom?

Where do you buy your clothes?

When and how did you discover that you prefer the fashion of the other sex?

Are you ashamed?

Does it arouse you?
Do you cum in womens clothes?

Is sissywear even comfy?
Or does it just look comfy, but is hard and pointy when wearing it?

Do you have any subfetishes?
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Fucking Brogglestuck - Wed, 01 Apr 2020 02:39:55 EST Oc36Wdvo No.407217 Reply
>>407211
>>407213
Didn’t this board start as a cros dressing board and soon evolved into being about transgender discussions?
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Fucking Brogglestuck - Wed, 01 Apr 2020 02:41:13 EST Oc36Wdvo No.407218 Reply
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That feel when you realize that boys used to wear dresses along with girls.

COVID19

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- Sat, 21 Mar 2020 18:06:18 EST eYssy9wX No.407198
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ATTN: CoVID-19 information. A former colleague of mine who is an infectious disease doctor in New Orleans (third highest infection rate in the U.S.) sent me this warning. Please share to anyone potentially using Spironolactone (ie. AMAB trans folk, blood pressure patients,etc).
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Henry Geddlewell - Mon, 23 Mar 2020 00:25:13 EST Oc36Wdvo No.407206 Reply
>>407205
We discussed this at my last visit recently. He’s focusing on T blocking which is why I’m on 200mg of Spiro a day (morning and evening).
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Edward Nollydock - Wed, 01 Apr 2020 05:41:25 EST XjDkB6zq No.407219 Reply
I read the research papers related to this. It sounded like the direction of effect could actually be the opposite? Spironolactone lowers blood pressure and increases potassium levels, while people with covid-19 have the worst outcomes when they have high blood pressure and low potassium levels. So spiro could be protective.

Not a doctor so take with a grain of salt.

dealing with almost no sex drive while still addicted to masturbating

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- Mon, 17 Feb 2020 08:49:43 EST 2LHwsSys No.407050
File: 1581947383243.png -(595903B / 581.94KB, 629x636) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. dealing with almost no sex drive while still addicted to masturbating
Anyone else have this problem after starting HRT? Like I physically don't want to, not like in a "I want to quit" way but in a "i have 0 sex drive but im still addicted to the dopamine", it's not enjoyable at all anymore unless the desire spontaneously comes into my head, which is like a couple times a week at this point but I still masturbate at least once or twice a day, even looking at wild porn on speed I feel "eh i just want to cum and be done"
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Cornelius Pongerman - Thu, 27 Feb 2020 23:50:54 EST nPxNOSx6 No.407127 Reply
i did at first. i eventually was able to choose when and if i wanted to go at it. somewhat related; if you want to maintain function and size, youll have to keep doing it to replace nocturnal erections.
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Alice Fambledock - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 20:08:43 EST LKzeRb2X No.407128 Reply
>>407127
>if you want to maintain function and size

i don't even want it full stop
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Fuck Greenfuck - Sun, 29 Mar 2020 15:10:44 EST 0Q1YnMAX No.407212 Reply
>>407128
if you are planning on srs, or even thinking about it, maintaining size is important

8 years after - 4 years post-op : go ahead ask questions

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- Sat, 15 Feb 2020 18:05:32 EST TY7InAq7 No.407028
File: 1581807932859.png -(125033B / 122.10KB, 800x800) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. 8 years after - 4 years post-op : go ahead ask questions
I'm stealth, living in Europe, started when I was 32 ... I'll give you 100% genuine true answers. I do pass, without any doubt. Did my surgery in Montreal, had complications. Did not had any need to do ffs, and still don't need, because genetics. I'm a little bit known for my job (I insist, not related to "my condition") in my country and really not "being proud to be trans" bullshit. Just living my life... I lurk here from time to time and this board helped me when I started back then. Started self medicating with the help of 420chan to be honest, that's why I'm still watching this
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Matilda Soshbury - Sat, 22 Feb 2020 11:48:23 EST g/Bx05E8 No.407095 Reply
>>407063
I actually didn't have bottom surgery, just the old snip scoop on the boobs. What made me decide: my body was an unlivable, tumorous, Lovecraftian hell and all I could think about was getting this shit off me. I'd been looking up surgeons since I was 13.

The relief after surgery was unimaginably good. Saved my life.
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Edwin Tillingwell - Sat, 22 Feb 2020 17:45:37 EST TY7InAq7 No.407098 Reply
>>407095
So happy for you. It's incredible how everything is getting "normal" all of the sudden after the surgery, isn't it? I do understand some persons don't feel the same and will never do it, but for me it was not an option. It was about being able to continue living, nothing else. I say that because someone asked me about the "reason". If it was about my sexual life or something. And the answer is 100% nope. My sexual life was just horror for me. Really horrible. But it wasn't about that at all. It's about being for once in your life able to love yourself, and to feel "normal" in your own body (sorry about the term, I'm not opposing to abnormal for those who are different, it was only my feeling about myself, no link whatsoever with anything else). There are days when I look at my body and I just cannot believe that all the freaking body related sufferance is gone. Just, gone. Freaking happy with my body since 4 of July 2016 (yeah, it was so simbolic to have my surgery on the independence day, lol). And to be honest, my sexual life is not the best, as I had complications and still hurts like hell when doing it (and bleeding). I had some ingrow skin on the surgery cuts (bottom of the vag) and never really healed completely. On the outside everything is ok, don't even see the scars anymore and the shape is so natural, that every gynecologist said at least once how incredible the results are. Tried several treatments, that worked a little, but it's not 100% healed. The fact that this problem is inside, it more complicated to treat, so I'll have to get back in surgery this year. But even with this pain and bleeding when dilating (or doing sex with penetration), I'm still freaking happy with my body and would do it again happily. And that's why I can say it's not related to it. I would say sexual life it's about 4% of the whole reason, nothing compared to the rest. Hopefully one day all of this will be completely healed and won't have to take painkillers when dilating once a week. But even if it's not the case, I'm still really happy with my decision. And I anticipate the question: yes even in this situation I have the most "furious" and intense orgasms I ever had my entire life. Everything is working perfectly on this side, thank you very much... lol
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Polly Lightcocke - Wed, 25 Mar 2020 05:52:08 EST m+aRkf06 No.407207 Reply
>>407028
What should I do if certain things about my body were just fucked and they still destroy me inside, almost 5 years of hrt later? It feels like I will simply hate my body for the rest of my life

I want to be a woman

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- Sat, 29 Feb 2020 11:20:07 EST WOi829on No.407129
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Can't deny it any longer. Where do I go from here?

Pic related is wikipedia's image dubbed "various women"
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Alice Fambledock - Sat, 29 Feb 2020 18:51:25 EST LKzeRb2X No.407131 Reply
The process in the states, or at least what I did goes like this: Find a therapist who specializes in gender identity issues, they'll meet with you for a while, any responsible therapist will need a few sessions for what's called the differentiation stage, where they make sure that what you're experiencing isn't because of any other conditions of the mind. They aren't by skeptical by default, and you don't even have to experience gender dysphoria to be trans, although it certainly makes this process more clear cut. Just be honest, and you have nothing to worry about, but do keep an open mind to there being any other potential issues that could be addressed, you'll find out pretty quick once you're on HRT whether or not you're right, but going through with the process when it's not right for you isn't fun. So I've heard, I had some vague doubts that were killed the moment I had my first shot of estradiol. They'll then write a referral or call one in to a doctor, it doesn't have to be an endo or anyone who specializes in this sort of thing, HRT is a pretty basic medical procedure as things go. You meet with the doctor for an initial consultation, they'll write you the orders for bloodwork, you have it done, then you come back for a full physical. Don't worry too much about this, it's not Gattaca, they just want to make sure you aren't dying.

Then you start HRT and that's pretty much it, you'll find out after a few months whether or not you would benefit from plastic surgery like FFS or a tracheal shave or whatnot, I happened to luck out in that regard, or at least I seem to be, I've only been on HRT for a month, but I have shoulders that while still kind of broad taper nicely, a face that was moderately feminine to begin with, and no discernible Adam's apple, which I think might, among other things, points to there being an element of intersexuality in my case but that's neither here nor there. Don't under any circumstances get voice surgery, it's a very dangerous procedure and you could be left mute or talking like you had a tracheostomy and similar results can be achieved with voice training.

I think the first thing to do would be to call your insurance provider and ask what is and isn't covered. Most insurance covers HRT and SRS if you get a recommendation from a licensed therapist, some plans also cover FFS, electrolysis/laser hair removal, and some even cover things like voice training.
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Edward Nibbergold - Fri, 06 Mar 2020 11:59:56 EST rOfuWQny No.407138 Reply
>>407131
anon is on the money here.

there may also be informed consent clinics who do not require a therapist's referral before treating you. the process is similar, but shorter. they'll want more information, like your goals, and ensure you understand the risks with thorough questioning. have you do bloodwork, then the next time you come back, youll be prescribed hrt.

which brings us to the important aspect of planning and support. if you havent done so already, do some planning as to how it could affect your life. are you at risk of harm from your decision? do you live in a supportive household? will your job be at risk? preparing your mind to cope ahead of time will go a long way in the initial stages of your transition.

while a therapist may not be required for you to get hrt, strongly consider having one anyway for this journey, if you can afford one. if not, make friends with other trans people, if you can. are there support groups in your area? can you join an online community like on mastodon or discord with people who are going through the same thing? when your own mind or the external world has you down and youre feeling bad, this sort of stuff is important.

i hope it goes well for you anon, and that you find your authentic self!
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Nell Connertire - Sat, 07 Mar 2020 06:22:58 EST LKzeRb2X No.407142 Reply
>>407138
yeah, if you're in the states I know Planned Parenthood will do it pretty much no questions asked but insurance is a lot less likely to cover it without an actual referral

Coming out to the world.

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- Mon, 13 Jan 2020 21:30:57 EST wh5oOOVd No.406890
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I'm thinking about dressing as a girl this Thursday on my way to my psychiatrist appointment in Cathedral City. I was once told here to listen to my higher self and I cannot help but shake this feeling that I just have to take that plunge. Everyone keeps telling me to do it. Saying that I should since that's me. I'm crippled by fright and afraid something bad might happen to me. But you know what. I feel like I have to do this.

I've been on estrogen and spironolactone for a year or so now. When given a makeover they thought I was actually really pretty. Maybe I'm making this out to be a larger deal than it is even though the threat and dangers of getting clocked are real. Especially where I reside. There is, however, a part of them that feels like I have to throw caution to the wind and enter the world as who I am.

Does anyone have any stories or advice about their first time coming out to the world and dressing according to their identified gender?

I feel scared shitless and yet it feels like if I don't do this then I may never progress or grow as a human being. Help me. :-(
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Crossdressing (and swimsuits)

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- Sat, 23 Nov 2019 07:11:24 EST 66dfZ0fy No.406736
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Does wearing arouse you or is it just comfy?

How did/do you wear or buy in secret?

are there any swimsuits for sissies / trans that can cover up the crotch-area well?
Anything cute and colourful, with ruffles and mini-skirts?
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John Clivinghone - Fri, 20 Dec 2019 19:17:35 EST YJ0yv/iP No.406795 Reply
Crossdressing is a good way to get in trouble. Be safe and have fun.
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James Beckleshit - Thu, 12 Mar 2020 18:12:33 EST /baPVqCJ No.407179 Reply
>>406736
Necroposting I know, but swimsuits got me into crossdressing lol

Trans beauty advice

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- Sat, 14 Mar 2020 12:36:42 EST LBaAXaeI No.407183
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I also find the woman hand v.s. man hand accepted ratio absolutely ridiculous which says that womens' hands have an index finger and ring finger equal in length whereas men's hands do not.

Lol, just google female hands and you will see that most women do not have equally lengthed index & ring fingers.
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Oliver Chumbleridge - Sat, 14 Mar 2020 15:36:41 EST K6YuZlwY No.407184 Reply
That's not how it works. Both men and women have longer ring fingers on average, women just trend toward equal length ring-index fingers.

horny turk

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- Sat, 10 Jun 2017 10:10:13 EST dwqpfqmV No.403498
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hello i am turk
i want trans girlfriend
can i get one ?: DD where
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Graham Blatherbanks - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 13:26:35 EST o3jOn11Q No.407170 Reply
bum p
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Beatrice Billingforth - Fri, 13 Mar 2020 02:31:09 EST g/Bx05E8 No.407181 Reply
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>>403525
looks more like the troll is entertaining them.

Passing / Presenting Tips for an Absolute Retard

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- Tue, 16 Jul 2019 03:58:36 EST zoklygxc No.406260
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I have no idea where to start when it comes to passing. I am currently on estradiol and recently went back on spironolactone after that one year hiatus. I also switched my larger once-a-week patches that used to fall off for the smaller ones with better adhesives that are twice-a-week. I yearn to start passing and presenting. A friend of mine told me that nobody is going to pass over night so it's better to just start presenting while learning what works and what doesn't. But I'm too much of a pussy to do that. I feel like a helpless child in more ways than just this. I have no idea where to start with vocal training as everybody I asked for help either way my voice is "already there," but there are still those who say it's too masculine. I know it's within the overlap between masculine and feminine pitches though. It just has to be.

How do you handle passing and presenting? Where do you start?

I'm such a failure in life.
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Lydia Hicklefid - Tue, 10 Mar 2020 06:50:32 EST g/Bx05E8 No.407158 Reply
Why did /cd/ suddenly get all obsessed with who's a TERF or a TERF plant or whatever? Half these threads seem like they're about makeup or liver tests and they end up devolving into some weird gender McCarthyism.
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Cyril Brookway - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 18:19:57 EST LKzeRb2X No.407172 Reply
>>407158
>>407160
yeah that's a hill they want to die on evidently, I mean it's better than a spergburglar troll from the future

Nina Paley

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- Mon, 09 Mar 2020 08:46:31 EST qWEqRkll No.407150
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https://mimiandeunice.com/category/jenndra-identitty/

I used to really like Nina back when she was an indie cartoonist, but she turned out to be a real cunt.
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Doris Sullerdock - Mon, 09 Mar 2020 17:30:01 EST 7hJCOOod No.407153 Reply
most indie cartoonists tend toward the opinionated twat spectrum. it's the nature of having a soapbox in the form of a comic for years and years.

Odd Hormonal Question

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- Sun, 08 Mar 2020 10:16:26 EST N7nl8nmp No.407144
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Okay, so something I'm curious about (genuinely not for me) Is it dangerous (like significantly moreso than HRT in general) for someone born male to take testosterone blockers without taking estrogen as well?

I have a friend born male who doesn't want to be anymore but doesn't want to be female either. Agender I guess but they're actually really serious about it, have gender dysphoria, and have been talking seriously about trying to get related surgeries. I voiced this idea as a "what if" but said I didn't know if it was in any way safe.

I know cis men are tested for T levels sometimes for health reasons. And when (I'm MtF myself) I got approved for HRT and was talking to my practitioner about it she wanted to start me on just estrogen and I said if I was gonna be on just one I'd want a T-blocker so she just started me on both. But other the other hand like, prepubescent boys don't usually just keel over dead right?

Picture related to how I suspect this question will be taken
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Nathaniel Warringnat - Sun, 08 Mar 2020 10:21:01 EST N7nl8nmp No.407145 Reply
>>407144
On a side note, I was the board mod here in I think 2007 and resurrected this board after the original founder abandoned it and it got flooded by trolling. I originally just wanted to clean up the board to be usable for other people (and I think posted with a name all of once, to clear up a moderation issue that was causing drama) but it was my original exposure to the formal concept of transgenderism (an interesting note is that in my area (northwest ohio) the term transgenderism is still used by mental health professionals to this day.)
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Priscilla Buzzworth - Sun, 08 Mar 2020 13:10:17 EST rOfuWQny No.407146 Reply
Lack of sex hormones can lead to bone density loss. The scale of time for this happen to a degree that can cause e.g. fractures is years. It can also cause mood issues such as depression. Long term antiandrogen monotherapy resulting in no or very low sex hormones is not something a physician will recommend to an adult. Your friend has several options, but none are ideal. They will all produce some amount of sex differentiation (masculization or feminization).

They can take bicalutamide, an antiandrogen that will block T's effects without reducing circulating T, with Raloxifene, a SERM which will prevent E's action in breast tissue while also acting on the bones to prevent osteoporosis. SERMs extremely experimental and your friend could have difficulty finding a physician to prescribe it due to that affecting their comfort. They also come with higher risk of stroke. With this method, because T is still present, it will be aromitized into E. While breast development would be nonexistent or minimal, it will still cause feminization to the rest of their body.

GNRhAs like Lupron act on the brain to prevent sex hormones from being produced in the gonads. Antiandrogens like dutasteride prevent the conversaion of T to DHT, which is a stronger version of T. They can take these together with a low dose of T to prevent osteoporosis and minimize body masculization. Unfortunately, the low levels of T required to prevent this would also further masculinization to some extent. This is probably the regimen that your friend would find most traction with pursuing through a physician.

If your friend disregarded all of this advice and did antiandrogen monotherapy, the results would depend on the regimen. It is possible that they would still see sex differentiation due to some of the things I've already mentioned. Since a physician wouldn't recommend this either, they would be on their own in acquiring the drugs, too. I won't advise on how to accomplish this as I believe it to be too risky for mental health. Even if they find benefit to their dysphoria, depression can occur unrelated to it. Sex hormones are neurosteroids, which are rather crucial for mood regulation.
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William Pittfoot - Sun, 08 Mar 2020 13:54:57 EST LKzeRb2X No.407147 Reply
>>407146
In addition to all of this, even without estradiol/progesterone, anti-androgens still cause overt feminization in biological males, like breast development, fat redistribution, etc.

I used to feel like this, and I'm not saying this is the case with your friend, lots of non-binary people feel like they do, but it was kind of mostly a saying you're bi when you're really gay type compromise. I'd still say I'm non-binary but close enough to the female side of the spectrum to want to use female pronouns, got on HRT and plan on SRS, took on a different name, etc.

I think I kinda just thought non-binary or not I'm gonna have to choose which side would be easier to work with and in terms of features I'd like female was the clear winner.

Maybe in your friends case they could try MtF HRT along with using binders, cosmetic surgeries, hell even steroids and other drugs thrown in

But yeah anti-androgen monotherapy is dangerous and pointless, it just does the same things but slower and fucks your body up very fast

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