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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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Emma Bullybadge - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 19:20:30 EST ID:GzeQyR96 No.403040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403039
Lol psychoanalysis... Jesus..
I understand 100% what you mean, it's a passing thread tho, you should post as honest a picture as possible. So I did that no makeup, just woken up, not that I'm against it but this is a good place I understand what your base looks like... I actually wear makeup in my day to day normally.

You assume quiet a bit for 2 sentences ..
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Edwin Gammerwater - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 20:09:32 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403040

Exactly, this is a passing thread, no one looks great straight out of bed, no one looks great when they have been up all night, it doesn't make it honest, doing your daily routine and taking a photo in regular lighting is honest, why wouldnt you want to have a picture of how you normally look day to day to be evaluated?

All i did was expand on your "makeup makes you look less male and not a woman so dont suggest it" idea.
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Barnaby Smallwill - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 20:16:40 EST ID:cePAuQQQ No.403042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403041
I disagree, life is not good lighting,all jobs you can where makeup at and no one waking you up at 5 am. You went full psychoanalysis mode, assumed what my lifestyle was and all... But I mean it's what evs. Kinda funny tbh.
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Barnaby Smallwill - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 20:19:02 EST ID:cePAuQQQ No.403043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403042
Also like to ad:
>No one looks great out of bed
This thread isn't about looking great it's about looking cis.
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Edwin Gammerwater - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 01:24:40 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403042
>photo in regular lighting
>good lighting
just so you know i didnt say good lighting.

>assumed what my lifestyle was
Did i? i was being incredibly general on how your picture made you seem and how your 2 sentences made you seem. You posted the picture and thats how i saw you in that picture i gave you my perspective on how you appeared in that image and your sentences.

>isn't about looking great
Sure, ill give you that, its a turn of phrase
>it's about looking cis
Yeah well, i dont know why you posted a photo of yourself straight out of bed knowing that. transwomen rarely pass as cis and when they do, they are wearing makeup that covers all the "male bits".


Mexico by Alice Blimmledane - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 20:09:51 EST ID:YGWLuC8a No.402947 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm moving back from Canada to Mexico for uni, how bad of a decision is it? I was born and lived there until high school so it will not be a culture shock or anything like that, but it probably means I will not be able to come out the closet for longer (if at all) and that is really dragging me down, on the other side, it means I will be able to get an undergraduate's degree (maybe even a Master's) from a prestigious uni, should I give up that idea and just stay? It's not like I'm happy here either anyway.
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Oliver Sorryshit - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 06:41:44 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402980 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402979

honestly, i would see if the university you're going to has a LGBT club and chat to them, maybe if you just stick to the university and surrounds you'll be good.
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Alice Blimmledane - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 06:55:39 EST ID:YGWLuC8a No.402981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402980
I'll look into it, I guess I could do that, it's a very conservative town anyways so who knows what'll happen but we'll see.
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Molly Blatherwill - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 15:35:41 EST ID:BlB9sz1H No.403024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402979
>>402981
I thought Mexico had a lot of transpeople. Maybe not as much as Brazil but still a significant number.

I would think that if you just act respectable don't make waves in the community and stay away from drugs and prostitution you should be fine. I know Mexico is dangerous but from what I hear that whole threat is overplayed unless you have associations with narcos.
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John Worthinglock - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 13:33:20 EST ID:YGWLuC8a No.403037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403024
It does have a lot of them, but they're mostly living in Mexico City from what I've seen and I'd be going to another city about 6 hours away. Yeah, that's kinda what I'm planning to do, just keep my head down and mind my own business, maybe move to Mexico City eventually but we'll see.
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Jack Turveyford - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 17:51:20 EST ID:BQme08m2 No.403045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403037
I'd say that's a good plan.
All the best


Hi Seedy by Polly Bezzletene - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 18:06:23 EST ID:e9mjG9U5 No.402386 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A pointless thread.

Is anyone who was posting between 2009 to 2013 around? How are you doing? If not that's okay.

I used to come here everyday after highschool when I was a teenager and I found this board really pleasant. I would come home and smoke a bowl and read pages and pages of the never ending discussion about hormones, clothing, triumph and sorrow.

It was nice because seedy trannies taught me so much, they taught me how to manage my difficult hair and about makeup and passing. I was pretty fat as well and the tough love culture here convinced me to become skinny right before coming of age. I grew up in a smallish redneck town with 34,000 people and couldn't have learned any of it without /cd/, and while everyone acted bleak and with a stark honesty you were mostly all pretty nice people. When I finally moved in early 2012 to the big city and started taking hormones it was a wonderful feeling to finally be one of those /cd/ posters who popped skittles and posted in passing threads.

I stopped counting so constantly but in a few months I hit 5 years on hormones. It's weird that all of the faces from back then will all be in their late 20s or early 30s now, I'm 24 myself. Being a tranny is weird, my life has gone in a direction I never thought it would.

Although it slowed down some when that lgbt board came out on a different imageboard, it's nice to see this place hasn't changed much.
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Nathaniel Fenderhood - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 00:15:21 EST ID:fkWEr28b No.403016 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403015
For example, I'm in health school, we are TAUGHT to respect trannies lmao. Im sure we have had some trans girls come into their clinic and the doctor referred to them with female pronouns and never let on that they new they were a man, and those people probably walked out thinking they passed. Just an example.
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Archie Brushhore - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 02:46:50 EST ID:DBSRsRfo No.403017 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I started posting a little around 2012/2013 looking for some advice.

Thanks to /cd/ I figured out how to self med, I found the resources I needed to help me with my voice, learned about all the little things that helped with passing. Honesty that pushed me in the right direction, helped me get to where I am today.

25 years old, 5 years on whoremones, I pass very well. Compared to my old depressed life prior to transition things are pretty damn awesome and I owe much of it to /cd/.
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Molly Crodgefuck - Sat, 22 Apr 2017 01:55:50 EST ID:d3tbpeTf No.403026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403015
I don't know, I am pretty paranoid. I've heard some pretty transphobic shit from my coworkers, I feel like if they knew they wouldn't be talking so freely. I put myself in situations to see what happens, heck I even went to a Trump rally and used the bathroom, no one said anything or did that thing where they awkwardly stop talking that I've seen people do around some of my friends. I've had people at work ask for tampons or if I am on my period cause, "we always work together, I thought we would be in sync." I have had my older coworker ask if I was pregnant when I was sick which she says to fucking everyone. Heck, when I got my job the secretary was going through my paperwork, saw I had a previous name that was male and asked why I put that there, she seemed surprised when I said I was trans, I really try not to mention it. I've just been in a lot of situations and people don't seem to know. Also, when I was going to the doctor, the nurse that helps before the doctor always asks, "When was the last time you had your period?" and I always say, "Oh, I'm transgender it should be marked on my paperwork." they usually look for a minute, apologize, and say they didn't see that and the mood is just weird after that. I mean, you can tell me if that is standard practices, cause honestly, it is just weird every time.
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Molly Crodgefuck - Sat, 22 Apr 2017 01:59:41 EST ID:d3tbpeTf No.403027 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403016
Oh, one really funny time was when I was walking into Walmart. There was a guy collecting signatures for a bathroom bill and he asked me if I wanted to sign the bill. I feel like something would have happened there, or if he knew he would have misgendered me at least.
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Doris Fanlock - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 12:03:35 EST ID:Gcw0ciaM No.403036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I came here in 2011-2012 and lurked around. I started self medding and then i was caught and my parents told me i had to do it the "proper way". The psych told me not to self med and i listened, which wasted about 3 years. After that was finishing highschool and doing uni, I've been self medding properly for the last year, i think im good now.


Disowning/Distancing by Hugh Futtingdale - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 01:01:44 EST ID:yhWvNBfB No.402928 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've basically come to the realization that once I socially transition that I will have to distance myself from my family to some degree. We won't be completely estranged however I know my parents are completely against the idea and have all sorts of their own ideas that are false. However I'm an adult and I can do what I want.

I figure that when I finish college, get a good job and make my own life they'll come around to it. However until then they're going to hate it and they may even after. Has anyone experienced this?
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Beatrice Hinnerhut - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 08:09:39 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402928

I have.
You survive.

I guess just try to keep contact with them, remember it isnt all just about you, its a big deal for someones child to say "im this and not that", remember that they seen you when you couldnt even talk and imagined what kind of life you'd end up having, its as hard on them as it is for you, so i feel that understanding one another helps the process so much more.
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Thomas Breddleway - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 14:08:18 EST ID:RaXE3uWh No.402935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402933
>I have.
>You survive.

I figured I would have to keep in touch. I just think my dad would be very awkward and resistant, just completely uncomfortable and weird. My mom would probably have some association with me after I prove that I'm still able to be productive and upstanding society.

Anyway Whats your life like now? I
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Oliver Sorryshit - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 23:50:02 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402935

Life in general is great. i forgave my parents for all the shit they did to me throughout the years, i maintain contact with them see them every few months and or every kind of event like easter birthdays etc, they call me by my girl name and darling and sweetie and all that, they're trying, i think they seen how much i was trying to keep in touch with them and that in turn made them try to make it easier for me to do that.

At the end of the day they understood that i was who i was and that they could either flow with the river or flow against it.
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William Waddletetch - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 17:56:37 EST ID:9uGkYKNT No.402995 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I guess I just need to make something of myself.
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Eugene Feblingcocke - Sat, 22 Apr 2017 17:03:49 EST ID:V7oILe9r No.403032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Okay I'll just be honest. I don't like complaining about my parents or anything really. Because I end up sounding childish. But my parents are pretty fucking two faced and manipulative. Anything out of the norm and they get all defensive and weird. Especially regarding transgender subjects.

My literally said that I should wait until I'm older because it'll turn out better for me. That's fucking retarded and a sign that she doesn't know what she's talking about. My dad is completely clueless as well.

I'm an adult but they're making this shit way harder than it needs to be. They're not the only one's but yeah they're part of the problem.

I can't stand the thought of my extended social network literally trying to destroy me for being trans. It's a real source of stress in my life.


Gender queer by Cyril Penkinnitch - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 02:41:44 EST ID:KX16HYED No.402931 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0hmULQc5jIw

So recently one of the youtube people I watch came out as gender queer. Video above. And based on his criteria I think that makes me gender queer too, even though I identify as cis. I don't believe in traditional gender roles, despite my burlyness I'm a sub in near all my relationships by choice, I love leopard print so I own and go out in things that are made for woman (mostly accessories like sunglasses and my cellphone case) and I don't identify those as women's things I think of them as my things.

Is there something she's leaving out, did I miss something or did I end up being queer with out knowing it?
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Rebecca Bollytotch - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 07:37:02 EST ID:qvvMo5m0 No.402932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402931
Did you even watch it?
Never heard of this person before btw but saw the video and it was surprisingly good.
She said it's more than just clothes or sexual preference or whatnot, it's what you personally feel.

Picking out fashion that might be closer to "women's" items is not being genderqueer, that's just liking that fashion choice. Wearing dresses or putting on makeup doesn't class you as genderqueer. YOU identify yourself as such. If you don't feel correct in the gender you're labelled, if you feel uncomfortable by being called "just" male, if you feel like your personal identity doesn't suit what you've been labelled as, then you COULD be genderqueer. You could just not like the traditional role that - as a man - you have to play out. It's completely up to you and how you personally feel.

TLR - things don't define you. YOU define you.
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Priscilla Bunfuck - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 18:36:49 EST ID:K+jr58lB No.402945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402932
Op here on phone so might have a different ID. I guess I'm cis then. But if I'm totally honest I think I need to do some retrospection at a later date when I'm mentally ready to take a long look at myself.
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Eliza Blonningway - Sat, 22 Apr 2017 13:29:41 EST ID:nS5KnSBC No.403031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402932

>TLDR - things don't define you. YOU define you.

Nah bruh.

You only know who you are by knowing what's not you. You are defined by things. Figure, meet background.


Transgender Health by Ernest Paddlefad - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 17:18:58 EST ID:2k54T+z6 No.402881 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't think being transgender should be considered a mental health issue.
I think transitioning obviously has medical implications.
Though I believe that a doctor should be able to prescribe pills to transwomen without the approval without a psychologists approval.
I also think that a male should be able to change his name to a female name without the approval of a psychologist.
However I think that SRS and actual legal gender change should require psychological analysis and consent.
I know that institutionalized medicine and psychology will not agree.
However I think that historical precedent supports my position.

http://www.strawpoll.me/12733834
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Thomas Sattingnatch - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 17:09:00 EST ID:1cQzV8JI No.402943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402938
>a recreational T shot after my orchi once.
Sounds like fun.
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Sophie Hamblewuck - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 11:53:06 EST ID:CJvvzhhF No.402987 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402943
It was. Was right before a kinda slutty festival so it just seemed appropriate.

Definitely reminded my why i got and orchi in the first place though. I do enjoy having feelings other than hot, hungry, and horny.
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Hannah Worthingdock - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 20:36:04 EST ID:8/2YWqq1 No.403000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402929
brb replacing mini m&ms with e-pills in their tubes
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Molly Blatherwill - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 15:17:17 EST ID:BlB9sz1H No.403023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402881
I personally think you should be able to buy estrogen and t-blockers over the counter.
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Wesley Buzzway - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 22:04:02 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403023

Why do you think this? Dont you think that people should make sure that transitioning is right for them before engaging in it?


Drogas by Phineas Lightbanks - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 18:10:30 EST ID:cbW8TkRV No.402996 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I get estrogen without a prescription?
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Ian Clogglelane - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 04:42:46 EST ID:47yKIh+U No.403007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402996
I wonder if it's possible to pill farm hormones and t-blockers.
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Sophie Hepperbanks - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 08:02:54 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403007

you can but there are already places on the internet that sell hormones without a script, its just incredibly easy to get a script these days along with the money you save buying them legit.
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Barnaby Breckleworth - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 10:22:05 EST ID:xUD1smrB No.403010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403008
Pill farming is getting pills that you don't need/didn't go through the proper channels via prescription. Not going online and buying possibly counterfeit medication.
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Sophie Hepperbanks - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 11:12:54 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403011 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403010

I know what pill farming is, its like buying cold and flu tablets with psuedo in them and selling them to meth cooks for 10x the cost,
what im saying is you shouldn't even need to get to that point, its so easy to get a script, seriously in most cases you dont even need to exhibit signs of dysphoria you just need to go get them to confirm you are of sound mind to make permanent life altering decisions, so even if you are a fetishist its incredibly easy to get hormones. of course im talking about the western culture north america/europe/uk/aus etc. Its just a bullshit way of going about it because people should be talking with a therapist/whoever who is going to push back and make sure that the decision is actually correct and your self diagnosis is correct and its not another mental health issue which needs to be addressed.


I havent used an online pharmacy in ages but i never got counterfeit meds when i did.
So if you wanted to be a pill farmer you'd need to get a decent demand for your supply anyway, its like why buy from a weed dealer selling shake when you have a weed store down the road?
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Lydia Cammershaw - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 15:50:27 EST ID:TB3CfBga No.403012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just get a prescription, it's better if you do the bloodwork and have a doctor helping you so you don't die from a blood clot or permanently damage your liver friend.


Nervous by Eugene Turveybury - Sun, 16 Apr 2017 13:44:05 EST ID:UUEHvbta No.402913 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm pre everything and have an appointment to see a doctor to establish a transition plan very soon. Will this be the appointment where I get to ask for hormones? How do I ask for hormones? Do I tell them that I feel like I'm stuck and helpless and being betrayed by my male body? Because I do. Will they probably deny me hormones if I am not in girl mode? I don't feel comfortable going out in public in girl mode yet because I feel like it's 'fake' if I'm girl-moding under the influence of testosterone, despite all of my best efforts... should I ask for a counselor or therapist to help me get comfortable with being myself in public, too?

Any thoughts? I've done research but I still feel so nervous, what if they won't believe me?
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Oliver Sorryshit - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 23:08:07 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402946

they wont tell you to take a hike, just you need to be calm and collected, you need to be able to convey your feelings in an articulate manner.

start rehersing what you're going to say, maybe make one of your teddy bears a doctor and talk it, then when you go to see the doctor just imagine its a teddy bear.
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Nathaniel Fuckingfoot - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 14:40:51 EST ID:TB3CfBga No.402989 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Okay my appointment is in 3 hours I'm so nervous
I'll tell you how it goes and stuff
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Nathaniel Fuckingfoot - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 19:54:58 EST ID:TB3CfBga No.402998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402989
So I met the doctor and she was really nice and read my letter and we talked and she asked a bunch of questions that I answered and I had my blood drawn and next week I'll see her and she can write me a prescription for sublingual estradiol and refer me to a therapist!
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Sophie Hepperbanks - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 20:20:44 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402999 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402998

See! told you it would all work out and there was nothing to worry about!
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Lydia Cammershaw - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 23:59:05 EST ID:TB3CfBga No.403001 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402999
You were right, it was way easy. I just had a bad experience with my old provider that was hard to forget.


Maximum breast size by Fanny Grimdale - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 22:15:23 EST ID:rZkjKSEA No.402686 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it even possible for hormones to give you bigger than A cups? I'm still pre-hormones at the moment, and I'm sure it's different for everyone, but it'd be nice to have some idea of whether or not I should be saving money for GRS AND a boob job. I imagine your overall weight is the biggest factor, but I almost never hear from chubbier trans girls about their breast development.
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Frederick Shakeman - Tue, 28 Mar 2017 14:10:32 EST ID:/vIEViaE No.402731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402729
I should mention, I've tried being sure to eat a lot of carbs and protein. I eat a lot of noodles, rice, egg, and sea food already lol. I also try eating veggies often, because that is of course all around good. I already always ate a lot of sugary junk food. With all of this, I still remain pretty flat chested.
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Hellyeah - Wed, 05 Apr 2017 15:55:18 EST ID:h31mOb/D No.402807 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm a c cup at the moment and 6ft 2in. So genetics is a great factor and on my third year. What worked for me is that I would put protein powder with my smoothie.
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MarleyWarley - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 21:22:18 EST ID:ZTUVQtZz No.402841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yes... pic. Me.

I never got any surgeries. This was me 1 year and a half in
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MarleyWarley - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 21:29:32 EST ID:ZTUVQtZz No.402842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This is my body. I am fat due to depakote but I'm finally getting off that medicine
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Augustus Pollyway - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 08:10:51 EST ID:fX+Pbavo No.402985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think whats hard is that there are so many factors, its almost impossible to tell why your chest is small.
I have a B (think its really an A, but whatever), i'm three years in, and i'm hoping i'll grow to be a tanner stage5 C cup.
but, genetics, diet,hormone levels, time on hormones, etc etc, theres too many variables. Obviously some people aren't going to grow much of anything no matter how much they eat, their genes aren't coded that way.

breasts aren't make or break for me, i'm more concerned about waist and hips/pelvis, but those are skeletally determined really.

Anyway, its definately possible for hormones to give you more than an A cup, since i've seen plenty of girls with bigger chests than that. There was a girl here who said her chest grew to D cups or something at like 8 years in.

>>402841
i'm really jealous of you.


Not going stealth by Alice Blimmledane - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 07:09:55 EST ID:YGWLuC8a No.402982 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been thinking about this a lot recently, is it really necessary to change my voice and get a SRS? Where I live trans people don't usually seem to go stealth, it obviously leads to getting discriminated a lot more, but I think I'd be content with my actual voice (which is already sort of faggy anyways) and an orchi, even if I'm alone for the rest of my life.


Vent!! 2.0 by Phoebe Sedgehall - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 07:52:13 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402105 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Since the last vent thread went pretty well....

How are you going? whats on your mind?
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Eliza Blegglewill - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 22:10:21 EST ID:Jga6p55e No.402894 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402892
who the fuck says that
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Charles Criffingfut - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 01:42:19 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.402897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402892

stop being such a cissy!
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Ghengis Dong - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 10:51:40 EST ID:1oACUh3X No.402902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402892
Crossdressing Cis-male (Please don't lynch me)

Being that I crossdress I'm not the typical guy you'd describe as being offended by the term "cis" but none of my cis-friends express the sentiments your describing. I'm sure there exists people like that but the term isn't nearly as divisive as you seem to imply.

However, on the internet, I definitely know people who use cis excessively. Whenever they're misgendered or encounter someone rude they'll brand them as cis much the same way your racist uncle would always refer to someone's race if they have a bad encounter with an ethnic minority. Used in that context, within trans-havens it begins to take on the character of a slur.

This is pretty limited to toxic people though, and we don't have to allow that kind of appropriation of what is a sound and useful word.
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Hamilton Briffingdale - Mon, 17 Apr 2017 19:20:00 EST ID:IyN+xLru No.402925 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is a trend I've noticed after spending time in MTF and FTM centered spaces. It's really stood out.

Transgirls are extremely insecure about their identification. We're nervous about showing each other pictures of ourselves, nervous about not passing, nervous about being fakes.

How could we not be? Our voices are different than girls we know, we grow more hair in different places, we have 5 o clock shadow that we can't get rid of, we're taller than any girls we know. We put ourselves through bills of thousands of dollars and intense pain to get rid of our hair, have surgery on our faces, chests, and genitals. We accuse each other of just being men who are following trends, We hate our sisters who are visibly trans for being prideful, and call ourselves real girls for hating ourselves and living in fear.

I'm so sick of this culture. Passing threads are full of so much pride and concealed dysphoria it's depressing to be around. Sometimes I wonder how much of my dysphoria is just from hating my body an how much of it is from knowing I'm trans and being affected by this culture.

How do you deal with it? I'm struggling here, I hate who I am and what my body looks like, I just want to get rid of the few relationships I have in real life and live alone as a girl.
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Barnaby Ciffingfuck - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 06:04:15 EST ID:DU03Yaoe No.402976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402925

First, stop feeling hate.

Instead, focus on what you love or enjoy about yourself.

Self-hatred is juvenile and stupid.

Stop now.

Be the girl and person you want to be, and enjoy being it.
Nothing else you can do, unless you want to needlessly feel pain.


Weird body image problems by Charles Chandertetch - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 16:48:52 EST ID:lSExDK+1 No.402908 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've always found women beautiful in a not really sexual way, just admiring their looks.
I'm thinking of trying the anorexic look again with long hair, should I try crossdressing to see if I look more "natural" as a woman.
I think I've never really accepted being a man and my dick doesn't even work.
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Fanny Sisslestut - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 18:07:25 EST ID:IyN+xLru No.402909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Try it out yeah. Show us pics too if you do.
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Cedric Hullywill - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 21:43:44 EST ID:jBS0bVSC No.402911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402908
Being anorexic is just going to highlight your male bone structure. In most cases fat tannins pass better.
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Edwin Gabberbury - Sun, 16 Apr 2017 16:14:27 EST ID:kAnNvJWr No.402914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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sure
bit of the ol anorexia

no biggie
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Ernest Beshham - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 23:03:46 EST ID:2k54T+z6 No.403014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402914
You could probably go on a diet and loose a lot of weight.


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