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So,why do YOU want to be a girl? by Nathaniel Suggleditch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 17:11:52 EST ID:N3Gv2cHE No.401984 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Discuss all the reasons!!! ^_^
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Molly Cublingdot - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 17:58:28 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.401990 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401989

If im being fair with you, you can do all those things and remain a man :) none of that makes you a girl, those are just stereotypical female things. You dont seem to have a gender disorder you seem to have trouble realising that men can be all those things you mentioned :)

Why am i a girl? i dont know to be honest, i just am? does that make sense? the things i do dont make me a girl, i just am.
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Nathaniel Suggleditch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 18:09:29 EST ID:N3Gv2cHE No.401991 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401990

Yeah you're exactly right, and actually I do want to remain a man. I am actually here because I'm curious why people are trans, but those are reasons that it would be nice to be yeah. And you actually have been the nicest person who has yet responded to me even from just one post. But no, it doesn't make sense. Not
to me at least.
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Henry Sullyshit - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 19:07:28 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.401994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401991

Yeah it can be pretty hard to understand gender identity disorder to people who dont have it.
Im glad you want to remain a man.

Its like close your eyes, imagine you have no body, who are you? are you a boy or a girl? man or woman? male or female?

i just am, im not a man and no matter what obvious things there are that contradicts my claim to be a woman, i just am.
Just like how you're still a guy even though you do all these "girly" things, you have been able to accept your physical body you've been able to accept your sex and thats why you arent a transsexual.

Does that make sense?

A transsexual is the kind of person where if you say they cant be a woman because they have a penis, they will cut it off.
A transsexual is the kind of person where if you say they arent a woman because they have XY chromosomes they will bring up an argument about how like intersex people work.
Sure there are a whole bunch of unpretty trans people out there and yeah lots of them do have underlying reasons as to why they are the way they are, But at the end of the day, if you can be convinced that you are your sex then you arent transsexual.
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Hedda Suvingsodge - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 20:07:27 EST ID:b+8Ecgu5 No.401995 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401994

I'm finally on a computer so I can flesh out my thoughts a little better. I'll try not to be wordy but I will be as wordy as you "girls" are, because you know that's one of the things girls are right.. <- ( That was annoyance )

Ok :)

I do agree totally, about it being hard to understand. It is complicating. But no, just because you say you are a girl, it does not make you one. Now, if we play pretend, you can say you're a girl all the day long, and that is fine, because that is what you're doing, if I am to go by your statement. You are pretending.

So no, it doesn't speak to me. Because you're not old and tired, and you haven't cut your dick off, and you aren't intersex.

So no, it is not brilliant. It is a perversion of a brilliance.
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Jenny Lighthall - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 20:37:37 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.401996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401995


Bullshit reasons for delaying transition that you don't realize are bullshit at the time by George Ballernut - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 01:35:38 EST ID:euCccmvT No.401965 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Was anyone else scared away from transition by reading the wrong websites at an impressionable age?

I've been really close to starting on hormones several times now, but I keep getting cold feet. I think that maybe I have some hang ups related to the misinformation that was available on the internet like 10 years ago.

For instance, there's this website I remember reading when I was like 12 where they have examples of people that regret transitioning and getting SRS. Actually I just searched and found that it's still online:

http://ai.eecs.umich.edu/people/conway/TS/Warning.html

There's one story on there where they say "I thought becoming a woman would be the ultimate turn-on, but now I can't even orgasm." That shit terrified me, since I would definitely get turned on thinking of having sex as a woman. I was so worried that I was just an "autogynephile" and not a *real* trans woman.

I thought I was over that stuff, but maybe not. It should be simple, right? I want to be a girl, so I should take steps to become one. Then why am I still full of guilt and embarrassment about the whole prospect? Even when I'm alone at home and I put on some girl clothes I still feel kind of nervous about it.

Woops, that got kind of off topic. So anyway, /cd/, what were your bullshit reasons for delaying your transition?
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Emma Gullerledge - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 07:11:39 EST ID:rAwIo4bC No.401975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401965
I found Laura's Playground when I was younger and holy shit just the fake-ass home pagei that was sickly pink and full of images you'd find in a 5 year old's sticker book really put me off.
I wanted to be a girl, I never have a shit about being "feminine", and as soon as I started browsing the forum I felt completely alienated because they were completely obsessed with that part of transition.
There were also some really ill informed documentaries. They would either only follow the very late transitioners and essentially make a mockery of them, or they'd follow the super young, and each show every single person would say "oh I knew who I was since birth". As a kid I was...well...a kid. I can't say there was anything abnormal. I can pick out some ultra fem things I did as a kid but I can also pick out many masculine things. At the time I didn't even think about gender. It was only when I started puberty that I started panicking and hating myself and there wasn't a single documentary where people didn't "get it" straight away so I never thought I was trans until about 15-16 and even at that point it was questioning and being unsure
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Nathaniel Suggleditch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 16:59:59 EST ID:N3Gv2cHE No.401982 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It is very interesting how transgirls tell anyone who will listen to transition, and in the same breath spout the statistics about suicide and depression in the trans community. Care to explain that one? Oh wait, I already know. At least I think I do but tell me if I'm wrong. You're an oppressed minority right? Tell me if I'm wrong. I truly want to hear.

Well, OP I suppose if you feel you are a woman on the inside and you feel like you will be one the rest of your entire life, then the only logical option would be to get multiple surgeries of the face and body and take synthetic hormones everyday for the rest of your life. And remember, if you don't also get hand surgery, people will always know that you once were a man.

I know you'll make the right decision for you, do keep us updated.
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Molly Cublingdot - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 17:19:17 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.401986 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401982
>Care to explain that one?
I think you're generalising just a tad, why do trans people tell people to transition? its because when people do things that worked for them it works for 'everyone' even if it isnt necessarily the right thing to do. Its like imagine if you went to pizza hut and had a supreme pizza and started telling everyone that its amazing and that they should go buy one, then when people do they dont like it because they dont like olives or whatever else you get on a supreme pizza.

on the suicide rates? i dont think ive seen anybody say "transition! because if you live in america there is 41% chance they you will attempt to kill yourself! "

>Oh wait, I already know. At least I think I do but tell me if I'm wrong.
I think your perception of trans people and the community at large is wrong. I think you're conflating us with tumblr trannies, with the trannies that are heavily liberal. Trannies have all ideologies behind them, There is no tranny archetype when it comes to politics, yeah you have the liberal leftist tranny, you have the right wing tranny you have the centrist tranny. Thinking that trannies are all the same is a bit short sighted.

>if you don't also get hand surgery, people will always know that you once were a man.

Love it. this made me laugh :)


So i suppose, why do you tell people not to transition? because it worked for you. which as i said earlier isnt always correct, its always best to get people to speak with a therapist, this is a mistake we made previously on /cd where we used to just get people to self med when we should've taken more precautions and encouraged therapy and may i suggest that you too suggest people go see a therapist? if you genuinely care about these people and arent just projecting hate you'll suggest people see a therapist :)
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Nathaniel Suggleditch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 18:14:32 EST ID:N3Gv2cHE No.401992 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401986

I may project annoyance at times but there is no hate. Therapy is a great resource as well. It is very important to distinguish between a true therapist and a bullshit therapist, though. Make sure you get a real therapist.
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Molly Cublingdot - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 18:45:43 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.401993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401992

I totally agree, there are diagnosis factories and there are therapists that you can work your issues out with. I highly recommend not going to a gender therapist ever, go to a therapist that will butt heads with you from time to time and tell you that you're being irrational.

Dont go to therapists just to get confirmation hat you're a tranny go to therapists because you need to work on your issues and at the end of the day you still want to be the gender you say you are, then great, good work.


Passing Thread by Archie Fossleforth - Sat, 09 Jul 2016 00:28:22 EST ID:F3ksySQh No.399054 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can we get a new passing thread going?
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Ian Drissleson - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:23:41 EST ID:oN+fwxLI No.401940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401932

I'll point out just one of your flaws.. just one. "God forbid you appreciate non standard forms of beauty" and yet passing means looking like a female, so which is it? I'm sort of tired so my answers are becoming less thought out so I'll be back tmrw or maybe later today but before I go I'll just say this: if you truly have a reason for believing something, for example you make a claim, any claim.. then you must be able to prove it, restate it in different words. If I were on a religious forum and we were debating the existence of God, I wouldn't expect people to do anything but discuss the issue at hand. That is what I will be doing here.

It's really crazy lol. I feel like I'm talking with a bunch of 15 year olds but many of you are probably even older than me. Your mind is literally stagnating.
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Cedric Numbleworth - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:42:19 EST ID:zRcbjR7U No.401942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401940
lol love the your mind is stagnating because I disagree/haven't gotten to respond yet.

The idea of "passing" is hella problematic, and there is a lot of toxicity in trans stuff, particularly this board, and it's something that has bothered me to no fucking end as long as I've been on this board. It's so funny, I have all these words and shit for stuff now, but shit always bothered me before intuitively.

People want to pass so they don't face the stigma of being trans, so they can get a big of cis/passing privilege as it were since we are here. Look at how much distress it causes people. I have always been aware how fucking close I was to being almost totally on the other side of the line and feeling happy I passed often enough and had people react positively more often that not has literally caused me fucking distress at life many times and still, I have serious fucking problems with life and how things are, some can be helped some not necessarily, that seemed like something that couldn't be helped, but I'd say it's not actually so. We can have a world that accepts people better. That helps them join the party, to use weeozy's metaphor.

Getting people to accept(and understand I guess if possible but not actually necessary tbh) is going to help people. Affirming that there are different types of beauty, and there are, it's not like we're just making this up here, people find all kinds of different things attractive, etc, is going to help.

This board is toxic af often af, maybe seems slightly better than it's been though, but you still get those kinds of posts.

It's funny because you actually are the 15 year old, with what you say and understand, and your degree of empathy and thinking you know what everyone and everything is like aka you think they're the same. bravo

didn't proofread deal with it =P
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Cedric Numbleworth - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:46:23 EST ID:zRcbjR7U No.401943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401940
like do continue to utilize as many harmful and commonly used to discredit transpeople tropes as you can rather than say, talking about the points. you're aren't enlightened to some shit, you're typical af

btw reasoning is really deep down based on emotional or unreasoned stances on things. You either think people are intrinsically valuable, or you think some other shit that leads to eugenics or something, for example
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Ian Sennerketch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 06:10:58 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.401971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399193
About 6 months later.
Switched to bicalutamide (and low dose spiro which I plan to drop after next blood test hopefully) and I have to say I like bicalutamide.
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Nathaniel Suggleditch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 17:23:52 EST ID:N3Gv2cHE No.401988 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401942

>btw reasoning is really deep down based on emotional or unreasoned stances on things.


Drunk and wanted to say by Drunk Onrum - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 02:03:27 EST ID:eV/cHJ7p No.401780 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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About a year ago I shared my storey here and was told I probably just had a bad relationship with my father and wasn't trans. Just want to let yall (hopefully the person that tools me this) know, fixed that shit and would still rather be born a woman. I feel horrible and wrong all the time but my hair is being long and I'm happy about that but not the comments people make about it. I'm barrel chested and I work warehouse, my knuckles are thick and I punch hard. I've created a persona that passes perfectly as a man but it's a mask. I feel like is be just as aggressive as I normally am because being born a woman wouldn't have changed how I grew up. I learned from the street my whole life and some of my biggest role models are homeless. I just feel wrong as a male. Since I can remember. I'm 20 and this has been going on for a decade and a half and I've only amped up the male to try to drown it out. I can't transition for a lot of reasons right now and it hurts.

Sorry for the blog post. I love you all and hope to a god I don't even believe in that you are doing well, or at the very least you can fix what is keeping you sad. Thank you for reading, as reward here is an art I did.
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Cedric Numbleworth - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:55:02 EST ID:zRcbjR7U No.401944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401923
this

make it yourself even

people with substance abuse problems do have some issue or another, generally, especially if it's taken to the point that it's harmful to the person. Any time in fact a person is "unhealthy" in whatever way, SOMETHING is going on. They did not just sit there and "unbiasedly"(whatever that would mean) weigh the pros and cons and come to the totally fully authentic autonomous decision that you not what, fucking myself up is actually better for me! Of course not. Which throws to problems with our penal systems, etc it throws to how fucked up our society is that depression and anxiety and all kinds of things are more widespread than ever(even with tall the problems before, and more than just increased diagnosis, people readily admit in memes they want to kill themselves and like fucking everyone can relate be real). This isn't everyone just having a person problem, it's symptoms. We need to get on that shit.

>Meh it would be nice on the off chance that I do. trans communities are the most delusional of all time, and it is said and people don't have to be trans. If you are truly a woman in a man's body then all power to you but that's not what you see here. Look at the passing thread. Everyone in that thread is so cute, total femboi tier but they can't be happy with even that because they don't look exactly like women. It's the truth.

you are talking point and non sequitar as fuck, what's that copypasta lol
and you just quoted ben carson or some shit lmao
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Cedric Numbleworth - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 11:27:58 EST ID:zRcbjR7U No.401947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401944
personal* problem

fb groups are easy to make btw
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Drunk Onrum - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 12:07:17 EST ID:brNW4npm No.401950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401913
Why you broken recording me? I'm just as delusional as you jack. Your pretty words are insignificant homie. You're not smart enough to change anyone.
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Drunk Onrum - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 13:23:22 EST ID:brNW4npm No.401951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401914
Nobody here wants to be the "femboi" that you're looking for. The drama attached is why we're here and not on Grindr. Why are you here if you're just going to misgender people with enough problems already? "The cold truth" is straight your opinion, not a truth.
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Nathaniel Suggleditch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 17:09:11 EST ID:N3Gv2cHE No.401983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401944

Ben Carson is a neuroscientist so I assume he knows more about brains than I do. I enjoy chans and I enjoy 420chan specifically, I've been coming here for a loooong time so I don't really care to go to circlejerk or something. And I don't really care enough to create my own online community about it.

>>401950
>>401951

I stated my feminity not because I want you all to be like me, but because I can relate about feminity. Is there some specific thing that makes you want to be a girl? That's a good thread idea actually I'll make it now.


Touching Shit Anywhere by Fucking Bummerchore - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 09:49:06 EST ID:wiULRUS+ No.401978 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Even when you pass, the TSA knows.

Today I even got hands inside my waistband. Frisky
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Nathaniel Suggleditch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 16:41:32 EST ID:N3Gv2cHE No.401981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
To be honest you probably don't pass.


Skull Analysis by craniumgirl - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 19:40:34 EST ID:5pjVliFx No.401814 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I got my skull measured. Here are the results. Pretty much what I expected. My head is average-leaning masculine. I have a relatively short midface (top of my nose bridge to my upper teeth basically) and small orbits. But these were my only true positives.

I have really wide cheekbones. And my cranial vault is fairly tall. My mandible isn't as wide as it could be, but its still quite strong and "long" in the sense of how far it protrudes ending at the chin (note: this is not to say I have a protrusive mandible in the sense of an underbite or something less than ideal, its actually very ideal, my face is just balanced to accomadated a strongly shaped jaw).

My mouth is also fairly large. Which isn't feminine. So althought I have a short midface, I have a larger mouth which means aesthetically, together with my cranial vault, I still have a pretty typically "long" face of a male compared to a females.

You can look at the results if you are curious.
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craniumgirl - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 18:51:14 EST ID:zD6JxD61 No.401953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401945
People will never not care. The imagine of a man trying to copy a women is viscerally disgusting to people
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craniumgirl - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 18:53:16 EST ID:zD6JxD61 No.401954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401945
>muh passing doesn't matter
>muh smash the gender binary !
No thanks. I like gender roles how they are just fine. In fact I find socieities break down of gender roles largely appalling.
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Ian Sennerketch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 06:35:35 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.401974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401954
I feel like being trans opposed to non-binary is just as reactionary as being gay opposed to trans.
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craniumgirl - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 10:33:03 EST ID:f5BMvqGr No.401979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401974
Im not "opposed" to anything. I just call it like I see it
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Nathaniel Suggleditch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 16:35:42 EST ID:N3Gv2cHE No.401980 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401945

Ok anon. I stated that by writing out long paragraphs about an anonymous person on the internet, you actually reveal more about yourself. It is hard to even understand the inner workings of people we have known irl for years, as the cranium is quite a complex place. To assume even then is often missing the mark. To assume in an area with so many missing variables, is complete delusion.

And though the second part of your post want addressed to me I'll take a moment and respond because it may be the only time I agree with you. We should simply allow people to express the gender that they feel they are, whether they pass or not. Others should simply use the correct pronouns and treat them in the way that they expect to be treated as that gender, even if they don't pass. I agree, it is very toxic.


um idk by Shit Fudgechetch - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 23:15:59 EST ID:OzVGpa/2 No.401960 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>be over one year off hormones
>finally free of dysphoria and being trans
>now am normal male
>4 months in
>grow out beard and mustache
>" this beard and mustache doesn't really fit me..."
>shave it
>8 months in
>"hmm, maybe I should shave my upper body, just to see what it looks like"
>shave
>14 months in
>"this seems so boring, my boy clothes seem so boring, I wish had my old androgynous clothes back. I wish I had longer hair"
>16 months in
>look down
>see my hips actually get bigger
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Drunk Onrum - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 00:00:44 EST ID:brNW4npm No.401961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds like it. I would say you always were, and are. I'm in the sale, sometimes capsizing boat.
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Drunk Onrum - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 00:01:20 EST ID:brNW4npm No.401962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401961
*same

Nb
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Ian Sennerketch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 01:29:26 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.401963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401960
Had you gotten laser before that? Does facial hair come back if you go off HRT?
Also how long were you on HRT originally?

Also you are probably trans as the other poster said.
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Walter Guffingfuck - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 03:17:02 EST ID:CDNahub7 No.401967 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS NOWHERE
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Shit Fudgechetch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 07:44:14 EST ID:OzVGpa/2 No.401977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401963
No. I tweezed my facial hair. Now most, if not all, of the hairs are fine or thin. It did come back to a certain extent with some new hairs forming. It came back to how it was before around 8-12 months.

I was on HRT for nearly 2 years.


Trans-friendly dating? by David Gedgeville - Mon, 21 Nov 2016 02:45:41 EST ID:BM1jfS/v No.401277 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are your dating lives like, /cd/? How do you find trans-friendly partners with ease?

I don't have much luck with OKC because nobody's interested and it seems like almost every trans/GQ person that I see on there is a Tumblrina bunself. And I've tried Tinder but the people who *do* like my profile are fucking terrible at chatting and our conversations are one-sided, even when my profile says that I'm okay with being just friends too. And I don't want to use a paid dating site unless

Feel free to talk about dating stories. :)b Crazy, successful, whatever kind that you're comfortable with.

Once I (a pre-op trans man) had a cishet guy tell me he was interested in me because I was so brave and confident about being openly trans... but then said that he only saw me as a girl and he asked if I would be his girlfriend! I have no idea how I didn't blow up at him for being a complete douche. He was in his late 30's and I'm only 24 so I wouldn't be interested anyway.
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Hedda Hittingwut - Mon, 26 Dec 2016 04:32:07 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.401558 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401551

Feelin so woke.
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Simon Trotdale - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 03:31:01 EST ID:ilZRwAuu No.401749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Is this considered necro? *shrug*

>What are your dating lives like, /cd/? How do you find trans-friendly partners with ease?

My dating life has been a fucking disaster not because people don't accept that I'm trans, but because I've been so focused on this romantic bullshit that (American) society has pushed down our throats since I can remember. Doesn't help the fact that I was raised as a guy and didn't start hormones until I was 28ish.

I made too big a deal about finding love. I broke up with a boy post-transition (but pre-op) because I idealized him romantically. Looking back objectively, he was a nice guy. We had lots in common and he was really hot. He was my +1 to a friends wedding and all the girls were telling me how cute/hot he was.

I broke up with him, of course. He didn't seem very interested in me as a person. Or, at least, that's what I convinced myself of. I had this idea in my head of what a relationship is supposed to be like and what he was supposed to do, and I got stuck on that idea and I guess I blew up the relationship. This happened with the next few guys I dated too.

Eventually I realized I was dating guys not because I was super into them, but because of how they treated me like a girl. They validated me. Of course, that's bullshit because we shouldn't be seeking validation from outside ourselves. Eventually I decided that I was going to not pursue guys or let them pursue me because it'd be unfair to them. Sure, a dick in the butt feels AMAZING. But what else? I'm not going to chase them because I'm not attracted to them like that. Sure, I can look at a guy and think "Oh wow, he's hot" (Ian Somerhalder for instance), but then that's it. I don't wanna suck his dick. I don't wanna feel pressured by all the things guys say they want a girl to do. The pressure to act and look a certain way. Fuck that. Besides....

GIRLS. Mother. Fucking. Girls.

I'm girl crazy. Always have been. I've had crushes on girls since I was... 5? 6? How old was I in first grade? Anyway.
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Isabella Sattingdale - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 19:18:49 EST ID:TXPra1hH No.401956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm FtM and I've been on hormones for years, had chest surgery, but no bottom surgery. I have only ever dated girls who were straight but a bit "wild" or whatever at some point, as in they'd only ever liked guys really, but had probably made out with a chick before, and were kinda open/indifferent/curious to genitals. A lot of girls are like that, really.
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Clara Murdstone - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 20:58:04 EST ID:xPU30yn/ No.401957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401956
I love this pictures.
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Simon Blovingworth - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 07:24:36 EST ID:12bFG+lF No.401976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I want a tranny gf. I want to fuck assholes but I want to see the cock there as well.
Tits are always nice!
The problem is the lack of trannies in my area so if I would want to fuck one it would most certainly have to be a whore.


Doubts by Henry Tillingfoot - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 17:57:59 EST ID:2O29VvHq No.401686 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I transitioned 6 years ago, 3 years post op. Nobody ever told me how "hard" and confusing it is after you "completed" your journey.
Sometimes, I'm having doubts, like I was sure I wanted this before and I'm sure now, If I had to choose again, I would choose this, well, maybe without operation, srs results vary a lot and I don't think I was the luckiest one(That's a different story, but I will share if you want to know)
But I'm having doubts, like, I never was one of those people who played only with barbies when they were six, I played with all toys. Everything hit at puberty, but it took me like 4 years before I had a clue what might be wrong with me.
Like I know I'm not 100% female, I don't even think I can be. Some parts of me are male and always been that way. Can't do shit about that but I don't even think I want to. These parts are making me who I am.
But still, maybe I'm totally batshit crazy tranny, at least I think that way sometimes. That I'm something less that others MtF who just looked like they were born for this shit.

Do you experience something similar? What are your thoughts about these kind of things?

This doesn't have to do anything with my looks, when I care I want to fuck my mirror reflection, problem is, most of the time I don't give a shit about my looks.

pic related, I fucking love stock photos.
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Cornelius Bropperbidge - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 06:34:13 EST ID:rPnPTGfI No.401711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401693
I fapped to this picture.
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John Johnson - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 11:00:34 EST ID:9ZVeRDqk No.401731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401693
>this entire master-bait post
Holy shit and I thought the future /pol/tard trolls didn't find this board yet. Looks like I was wrong.
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Barnaby Penkinstedge - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 03:32:42 EST ID:hnzDWbd9 No.401750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401686
stop denying yourself reality, trans is a third gender, both male n females can be masculine and feminine in general, some heavily way one side, third gendered. The whole female or male argument is really obscure, you are third gender just like most cultures that have trans consider them to be. I think were just just so labeled as either male or female to break out of either one you are slapped with being gay or crazy or this is that, but really, third gendered is a fine definition of what trans is.
It may be a little more confusing towards the removal of certain parts, perhaps these people really want to be women in the fullest, but how far will society go to accept that and will it be truly accepted may come down to brain chemistry? If you really feel n perhaps think like a female perhaps. But as far as i know, for certain, trans-gendered is a Third Gender. You aren't a male you aren't fully female, you are trans , Kathoey , etc.
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Rebecca Honnerfield - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 14:14:16 EST ID:zRcbjR7U No.401754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401750
"words, lines, words, lines, *pretends they encompass everything for anyone*"
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Ian Sennerketch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 06:27:25 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.401973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401686
I don't think having doubts makes you not-trans. Don't worry. I think having doubts is normal. In the end there is no definitive 'mental gender'. It's just a decision about how you want to live your life. That archetypal tru-trans might not even really exist, and if they do then they might be just on another mental model of reality and themselves that avoids the kind of introspection you do. And as you seemed to hint at, there was no definitive "completion point". There's no one-size fits all mental experience and not being the ideal "trutrans" doesn't make you any less trans. Your decision or desire to transition and live as a girl makes you trans, nothing else.

Thanks for sharing your experience. I'm 2 years into transition and still not presenting female really so it's nice to hear from someone so far along.


How Old is Natalie by Cedric Dimmlefuck - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 12:28:27 EST ID:UxuOK6HL No.401648 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I was wondering how old Natalie is? In regards to my own transition,she cd'd for years and she's a late transitionner.
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Lillian Waddleforth - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 15:39:27 EST ID:IUTYZiYH No.401952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Someone posted the foto in question on another chan.
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craniumgirl - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 19:01:43 EST ID:zD6JxD61 No.401955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401952
Holy shit she actually wears that hairstyle in her day to day life. I'm shocked. Truly lacks any social sense
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Clara Murdstone - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 20:59:20 EST ID:xPU30yn/ No.401958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401955
Its a hoochie mama hairstyle.
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Ian Sennerketch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 01:33:01 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.401964 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401952

That lifestyle actually seems kind of fun...
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Walter Guffingfuck - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 03:19:15 EST ID:CDNahub7 No.401969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401964
I agree I'm bad mouthing it out of pure jealousy.


Considering stopping transition by Thomas Bladgegold - Thu, 29 Dec 2016 15:08:52 EST ID:elj720lI No.401598 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi all. I'm about 3 months into HRT. I've noticed that I'm more comfortable with myself now and just generally happier.

However, I'm at the point of no return involving permanent changes by the HRT, and I don't think I can keep going. I've always felt I'll be socially happier as female, but I don't want to spend all my time worrying about passing and everything.

HRT lets me view maleness as it is-- there's nothing inherently wrong with it to me anymore. I could still be a cute femboy and probably be reasonably happy, if a bit too experimental with drugs.

I've looked at masectomy scars. and they're scary. If I somehow lose confidence like I do now further down the line, I'd be all scarred up.

Like, I was never happy as a male, but I'm still not amazingly happy. The world is the same, I can just express myself a little more freely. And people seem more drawn to my presence because I'm more confident in myself.

But. I look at pictures of cute male characters I like, and I think "wow I can still be like that if I stop now" whereas before I'd look at females and be like "wow I can be like that if I transition."

What's wrong with me, eh? Can anyone help? :/ I've known I was trans for years, but now that I'm transitioning, I don't know.
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Albert Brookhall - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 12:09:51 EST ID:jezGytv+ No.401753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401752
>Bicalutamide
Can it be prescribed in the United States?
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MarleyWarley - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 01:42:19 EST ID:I3iq55gU No.401854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401598
You was never trans to begin with
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John Cruvingman - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 19:42:06 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.401890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401854
What makes you say that? I feel infinitely better when taking steps forward in transition (ie HRT) and seeing the femininity in my face and such increase. Stopping the meds and giving up makes me feel awful and like I'm reverting back to the sheltered closeted me.
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Thomas Pollerwell - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 07:57:11 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.401931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401753
I dunno I self med and I don't live in the US.
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Clara Murdstone - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 21:03:06 EST ID:xPU30yn/ No.401959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401931
I have to see if I can get it.
I hate spironolactone.


The Problem with Late Transitioning by Björk Guðmundsdóttir - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 19:58:56 EST ID:CvYWU3Le No.401735 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Early Transitioners
>actively win pro-trans lawsuits
>lobby for and pass pro-trans legislation
>commit to lives of public advocacy, while all the while being kind enough to sacrifice their ability to pass and assimilate easily
>create a positive and healthy image to heal the damage done by prior generations of trans

Late transitioners:
>campaign to gatekeep and roll back rights for early transitioners out of spite and malice
>are Uncle Toms who actively align themselves with far-right/nationalist groups to be "cool"
>actively regress LGBT rights simply by being alive
>propagate that trans is based in fetishism and not legitimate medicine
>are mostly fetishists and straight males with entitlement and daddy issues

So can anyone here explain why late transitioners do this? Why wouldn't you be more grateful to the people that fight every dayto make your lives easier?
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Cedric Numbleworth - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:22:00 EST ID:zRcbjR7U No.401939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401938
fuckkkk lmao I'm so used to clicking nb I did on that hahaha

I even clicked it again wow, at least I caught it
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Cedric Numbleworth - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:33:21 EST ID:zRcbjR7U No.401941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Like no shit a white person could probably think fuck black people and just see a black person and call the cops saying some shit or another and the cops would swarm that person and still arrest them even once they realize nothing happened just because, and god forbid the black person throws up any resistance, they are at a very real risk of being shot.

And I actually saw a video just the other day of this exact thing happening basically, though the person didn't get shot thank god. It was maybe a year or two old, some white lady saw a black person messing with their window, and called the cops thinking he was trying to steal it. Eventually the cops got there after he drove off some and swarmed him, told to get out, on the ground, etc fuck if tried to ask what was happening, he listed all kinds of info about him and the car, they checked it out, and they still fucking arrested him and processed him knowing they were wrong, and then you literally hear the cops joking about how they said he should be glad they didn't shoot him. made my fucking blood boil. Ofc I hate cops anyway so I was fully ready to boil but that is some sick shit. Cops are ready and their to oppress pretty much all poor people too.

blah blah anecdotal, dismiss, dismiss. Be real. Anecdote over and over again and tons of black people telling you the same thing adds up, and there's more than that to support it too, since you know, your fellow human telling them what you go through isn't enough because you don't experience(because you aren't fucking black). You wouldn't want to be black and interacting with the police.

k hopefully that's enough

I guess you could say saying "fuck black people" and fuck white people" are equally prejudiced, but tbh not even really. Saying fuck black people would be like saying fuck black people for doing what they can to make a world where they aren't treated in these fucked up ways and all the way to killed and shit, and saying fuck white people is just like fuck white people for not doing shit about it, completely dismissing black people's suffering if not actively participating in it.

black people can't be expected to hold everyone'…
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Cedric Numbleworth - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 11:41:44 EST ID:zRcbjR7U No.401948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401941
>I guess you could say saying "fuck black people" and fuck white people" are equally prejudiced, but tbh not even really. Saying fuck black people would be like saying fuck black people for doing what they can to make a world where they aren't treated in these fucked up ways and all the way to killed and shit, and saying fuck white people is just like fuck white people for not doing shit about it, completely dismissing black people's suffering if not actively participating in it.

They are both generalizations though, but if someone actually is aware and willing to help where they can as far as how things go for black people(or at least not get in the way), they probably understand the sentiment and don't take it personally when they hear a black person say fuck white people. Like hell yeah fuck the white supremacist power structures that allow for this shit, that gave people a generational disadvantage that still affects things to this day, and the white people that don't give a fuck and perpetuate it or dismiss what is going on because they don't experience it. That's some valid fucking anger when you have to worry if your, say, brother is coming home tonight, every single time.

Venting can be a helpful thing. Generally people don't actually want to kill all white people or whatever shit. Self-defense aside. But white people benefit from a loooot of shit(even though we still exploit ourselves, we even still exploit ourselves, fuck), and some shit needs to change. Luckily within real leftist movements they want to fight the system that exploits everyone, as opposed to just having a bigger slice of capitalistic exploitative pie.
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Cedric Numbleworth - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 11:44:31 EST ID:zRcbjR7U No.401949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401948
but too until those real movements actually start to take hold things can be done about real material, etc conditions now within how things are, it's probably just as vital to getting there, solidarity, and all that.

okay actually done for real now surely lol
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Ian Sennerketch - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 06:15:13 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.401972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401939
it happens to me too lol nb


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