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Trach shave failed

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- Thu, 22 Oct 2020 13:38:16 EST 63QQg2s3 No.407694
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I had a tracheal shave three weeks ago and as you can see in the picture there was barely any appreciable reduction in size. All the trans people I've talked with say it's fine because they don't want to hurt me, cis people avoid talking about it. Although, the nurse that removed the bandages implicitly admitted that it is still quite prominent. I've had people comment on my Adam's apple before ("is that a man or a woman? look at the Adam's apple!") so it's a big source of insecurity. I look ambiguous enough where having a prominent Adam's apple can make some people clock me.

Anyway, is there any hope? even if a surgical revision was possible it wouldn't happen because of all the pandemic nonsense we are going through. Should I try to forget about it?. On the bright side, I didn't have to pay for it (thank you universal healthcare and all the taxpayers) and the scar is healing well.
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Samuel Drunningchuck - Thu, 22 Oct 2020 23:59:20 EST LKzeRb2X No.407695 Reply
I'm not just saying it's fine, I do legitimately think that while it is still visible I would imagine that if you're not looking up most people you run into on a day-to-day basis probably won't notice. I don't personally have one but I have my own set of things I'm insecure about and I think that a lot of us have a tendency to hyperfocus on these things almost searching for them with a microscope and imagine that people we run into are scanning us like the Terminator when in reality people perceive your gender usually based on snap judgments, maybe in cases where there's ambiguity there might be a double-take or something, I still get that, but really there are a lot of people especially now with everyone wearing masks that are gender ambiguous and I don't think it registers with a lot of people in a lot of areas.

Maybe some kind of contouring might make it even less noticeable than it already is, but I think that at this point before considering another surgery I would see if you can get to a place where you're comfortable the way it is, I'm just shy of a year on HRT and I'm kind of still working through what surgeries I think are necessary/viable and which parts I'm just going to have to learn to live with. Personally were I in your situation to begin with, I might've briefly thought about it and then remembered I'm in the US and my insurance only covers HRT and SRS and I'm really lucky to have even that, but again it's not particularly prominent, I don't think it would be particularly noticeable in like a real context not specifically showing it
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Archie Murdwell - Fri, 23 Oct 2020 04:55:27 EST 63QQg2s3 No.407696 Reply
>>407695
>I do legitimately think that while it is still visible I would imagine that if you're not looking up most people you run into on a day-to-day basis probably won't notice.
That was also the case before surgery and that's why I'm so disappointed as there was no improvement. I think you are underestimating how obvious gender markers Adam's apples are, I've had 10 year old children ask me whether I'm a boy or a girl because I have an Adam's apple. I want to be able to walk down the street with my chin up but I'm still self-conscious even after the surgery to fix this problem. I had to wait two years to finally have this simple surgery, the only surgery within my reach because I'm poor, and it was a total failure. It makes me want to stop putting any effort into transitioning.

>but I think that at this point before considering another surgery I would see if you can get to a place where you're comfortable the way it is
I don't want to and I shouldn't have to, that's not how dysphoria works. I'm trying to make my peace with the fact that I won't have the chance the get SRS while I'm young and it makes me miserable.
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Augustus Pockfuck - Sat, 24 Oct 2020 04:44:03 EST LKzeRb2X No.407698 Reply
>>407696
I'm sorry, I didn't mean to come off as callously as I did, I could've worded my response much better.

>I don't want to and I shouldn't have to, that's not how dysphoria works.

I know it's not, and I didn't mean to suggest that it was. I have plenty of tells that I just can do absolutely nothing about, I objectively don't pass most of the time and I have no guarantee that I ever will to the extent I can be stealth.

I think a lot of my underestimating how hard this situation must be may have cope for my own tells that I'm insecure about, I guess kind of thinking if people don't notice one they don't notice any, I know that's not true I but I also still believe that it's possible to at least come to a place where we're more at peace about this sort of thing, I don't think it'll just make dysphoria go away, I really don't think anything can do that, but I think that the best way to deal with it is through a combination of medical intervention and therapy, not putting all of one's time and energy to the former, because again as quite a not passing individual at this point in time, it's the only way I could get to a place where I was ok being in public

Sorry again that I wasn't clearer, rereading my post it does come off as kind of minimizing, which wasn't my intention at all.

Trans masc here

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- Tue, 20 Oct 2020 23:07:43 EST 4CV5jh4Q No.407689
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Being a trans man feels so isolating. I feel so lonely, even within the trans community since all I see are trans women, and we are just ignored. On the internet you may be able to find trans masc people, but they are usually very young. In real life there is nobody and I feel so different from everyone
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William Huddlecocke - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 13:08:09 EST LKzeRb2X No.407690 Reply
i see a lot of trans masc people on tiktok, you're right mostly young people though, i think it's an interesting phenomenon trans men actually now make up a larger percentage of transitioners in a lot of places, i think you guys will start to get a lot more exposure and representation in the coming years

i hope at least, it's about time
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Jarvis Gishworth - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 13:28:28 EST g/Bx05E8 No.407691 Reply
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Hey there. I'm a trans man and I'm 29. Having been out for like 16 years now, I would like to say that there are more of us than you think just walking around. We generally just don't talk about it and blend in. Not really including myself in that "we" I guess, as I'll tell anyone (if it comes up) and wear trans flag shirts like a dork.

Is there something you needed or want to talk about in particular, old chap?
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Angus Gondercocke - Fri, 23 Oct 2020 20:26:12 EST EVVo2MTL No.407697 Reply
>>407689
I feel you. Although I'm starting to get the impression that there's more trans men here than I thought? Anyways, I'm 27 and about 6 and a half years on T and currently recovering from stage 1 metoidioplasty. So you aren't alone. We tend to fade into the background.

Horomes first changes, am I this lucky? is this a dream?

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- Sun, 18 Oct 2020 09:17:38 EST hehnJXUO No.407686
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My cheeks are fucking puffy as fuck, like a whole lot of fat migrated to my face I just noticed, also sore nipples, sore I am not brain dead from how T is fogging my brain, wtf is this what you guys were onto?
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Jenny Pittfuck - Mon, 19 Oct 2020 18:41:39 EST RRwHv4+D No.407687 Reply
>>407686
its only gonna get better from here homie!!!!!!!! congrats!!!!!
User is currently banned from all boards
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William Huddlecocke - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 13:30:58 EST LKzeRb2X No.407692 Reply
it started working pretty fast for me too, the psychological changes were really pronounced and amazing from almost the first shot, i think some of that was the psychological effects of the relief but it really does affect your brain, it feels like it was finally starting to work at full capacity now that my brain chemistry started to become in line with how it was structured, since trans women tend to have brains more closely resembling the average cis woman than cis men

it's funny that i get so immersed in things that i just can't even watch especially violent or sad things, it's evened out a bit since but i remember in the first few months i would like see a picture of an animal and start tearing up because it was so cute, it's amazing to feel the positive of side of having such intense emotions, i feel so much more connected with everyone around me and grounded, i have so much more empathy for people and i'm just a lot more mellow now, how much of that is hormones and how much of that is general satisfaction in life and being fully comfortable to act like my self is impossible to tell, but it all comes together

physical changes started pretty quick too, even after 10 months or so now when I'm wearing a mask or makeup I'm already starting to be gendered right, in terms of fat I had a little more material for my body to work with than a lot of people, but what's cool is that I've continued to lose weight and I'm losing weight in exactly the right places, that combined with how the fat shifts around has already made my face explicitly feminine, although it still looks kind of "off", kind of the stereotypical trans face, but honestly my bone structure underneath will make it so I'm almost sure I won't need FFS, i have pretty high cheek-bones, very short brow ridge, etc., i don't have an Adam's apple so I won't need a tracheal shave either

will warn you though, a lot of that weight loss was muscle, and i don't mind that so much because i was actually pretty built, but you will probably want to do some strength training just to stay tone

my voice training is going really well too, HRT doesn't raise your vocal range but it absolutely does change the timbre of it and makes it much easier to stay in the feminine range of your register with out breaking into a falsetto, I didn't have the best or the worst starting point being a tenor, the hardest thing is with stuff like coughing and clearing my throat but even that I'm starting to get better at that too

another cool thing is that my center of gravity has already kind of moved and i have pretty large thighs and it's changed gait without me really having to try

even my hands and feet are starting to smaller, i've gone down about half a shoe size, which is huge for me being right on the threshold of a women's 11-12, i can start to just buy shoes in real stores now and not have to go online or plus size stores

body hair is thinning a lot too and a lot of it is turning into those white hairs, i'm almost to the point i don't have to shave my arms, facial hair is slightly thinner but not much, it's A LOT softer though so much easier to shave/wax

i don't want to imply that any of this is necessary to be valid, i don't want to make anyone feel bad about themselves, but i think everyone even before transitioning can pick out features they like and really almost nothing is insurmountable, it's just easier and harder to pass and passing isn't even really the goal, and i got my own things i'm insecure about

Saving for FFS hell

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

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

I want to give up. How did ya'll do it? I'm almost there but this shit is wearing me thin. I just want my surgery. Anyone else in the same boat?
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Ian Hammleson - Mon, 12 Oct 2020 00:42:26 EST vLtow5kH No.407684 Reply
I started trading crypto to try and make some money, in particular for FFS. I had more than enough but I made some mistakes and my porfolio crashed a bit. I could still afford it if I wanted now though. Not planning to get much that's super expensive. Want to get brow bossing done with Chettawutt (around $10k total including various expenses), and then see how I look and what I want to do from there. Way I see if if you're tight on money if you can get your main 'issue' area (for me, it's brow bossing) done first it will help give you confidence and allow you to chill a bit while saving up for the rest. And maybe you'll even feel comfortable enough that you stop wanting the other stuff so much. Of course doing it all at once is cheaper overall though.
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Jarvis Tillingwell - Tue, 20 Oct 2020 00:07:33 EST 4v8fkPKO No.407688 Reply
>I just want my surgery.
If you're currently living under substandard quality of shelter conditions then it's important that you asses the true nature of the goal you've set for yourself (transitioning through surgery) and its potential ramifications. When you have something like a gender reassignment surgery there is a better chance than not that your physical and mental state will be tested in a way that will make your life harder, not easier.

What if you discover you cannot mentally deal with the persistent pain of dilation? What if you can't work due to infection for a few weeks? What if you're homeless at some point after the surgery? How will you afford the lifelong medications needed? Something as radical as gender re-assignment should be considered very carefully from the vantage point of secure housing, stable pay, and psychological wisdom.
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Simon Memmerwill - Thu, 22 Oct 2020 12:17:08 EST 7hJCOOod No.407693 Reply
>>407688
>don't get SRS until you're in your 50s
Not unconvinced you aren't an aut-right.

Hermaphrodite; scary thing happened and I dont know where else to go

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- Wed, 30 Sep 2020 12:23:20 EST gibOuT4B No.407636
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I have an elusive entrance that is difficult to access on the surface of my anus and a toothbrush aborted a pregnancy I didnt know i was fertile and i feel awful.
It came out in the toilet and now im vulnerable. I have taken too long to contact this board. I always wanted to be sexy on here which is a shame because this is a messy introduction.
Adelaide heart is my m2f name
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Adelaide - Mon, 05 Oct 2020 20:15:15 EST 686kpX2g No.407663 Reply
I'm still on Discord phone app. There's a trans board on it

My little ring is smaller than man's ring

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- Sun, 11 Oct 2020 14:14:23 EST 686kpX2g No.407678
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My little ring finger is smaller than a mans
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Augustus Fuckingbury - Sun, 11 Oct 2020 17:12:21 EST LKzeRb2X No.407682 Reply
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my hands got noticeably smaller after starting HRT, but I lost a bunch of weight too, like 30-40 pounds since starting, a lot of that was muscle because of estrogen, i went from being able to bench 300-310 to barely being able to fire off ten push ups, i would seriously recommend strength training from the start to reduce this, building it back up with female test levels is not easy lol

i legitimately feel like it made me discernibly better at playing instruments (the ones I play at least) and working with electronics since they're more nimble

also ignore my weird fucked up looking hands lol i was born with mild CP and one of my psych meds gives me a slight tremor

also went down a shoe size too which i am ecstatic about because I can wear women's 11-12 now which you can actually buy in regular stores, i thought I was going to have to have foot surgery at some point, I still might but it's lower on my list now
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Augustus Fuckingbury - Sun, 11 Oct 2020 17:13:24 EST LKzeRb2X No.407683 Reply
>>407682
god fucking damn it kirt you have had 15 years to sort this shit out how does every other site figure out autorotate? step up

Go legit?

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- Sun, 11 Oct 2020 06:48:08 EST 686kpX2g No.407673
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I'm trying to start HRT. I'm waiting for a disability check to be accepted and then start right away. What kind of doctor do I talk to? Is it too risky to order mones online and skip the doctor's office?
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Doris Blythefoot - Sun, 11 Oct 2020 16:15:55 EST u96ujrOX No.407679 Reply
im always incredibly dubious that someones grounded in reality and has healthily formed concepts of beauty when they go around posting cute anime girls, as if theres just some kind of desperation and obsession with being associated with it and the level of surreal beauty it represents
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Augustus Fuckingbury - Sun, 11 Oct 2020 16:24:34 EST LKzeRb2X No.407680 Reply
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>>407679
im always incredibly dubious that someones grounded in reality and has healthily formed concepts of beauty when they go around posting classical art, as if theres just some kind of desperation and obsession with being associated with it and the level of surreal beauty it represents
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Augustus Fuckingbury - Sun, 11 Oct 2020 16:58:49 EST LKzeRb2X No.407681 Reply
You should see a therapist first and then they usually recommend doctor, usually endo but can be a GP too, I see a GP who specializes in it in Chicago but you don't need to go all over, any GP can prescribe them, it's just kind of important to find one who isn't going to be judgmental about it, because there are unfortunately many who are.

If you're in the states, from what I've heard you can technically go to any Planned Parenthood to start HRT post haste, they'll do a brief interview to make sure you aren't cracked and then just send you on your way with estrodial and spironolactone

However, in my mind it's crucial to see a therapist first, because what they'll do is spend at least a month or two with you going through a process of differentiation to rule out any other possible psychological reasons that you might want to transition that don't have to do with gender identity. This can suck in principle, because for the most part we're pretty certain by the time we get to this point, and it's almost patronizing to suggest that it could be anything else, however as we both probably know, living as a gender you aren't sucks, and detransitioning really sucks (60% of people who start detransitioning stop and just decide either they really are what they think they or just suck it, the latter I would imagine is miserable). So it's important to go through this stage. It's also very possible to perceive yourself as a binary trans person when you're non-binary, and this process helps you to kind of experiment with gender non-conformity and you very well might find that you can get to a place where you're comfortable with yourself and your gender presentation just doing stuff like wearing makeup or traditionally feminine clothing without transitioning.

In the scheme of things, HRT is relatively safe and effective (and as such is the only known treatment for gender dysphoria), but it is a serious medical procedure with serious potential risks and not to be taken lightly, it can cause health issues particularly later in life and very well could shave a couple years or more off your life depending on pre-existing conditions and any illnesses you may get along the way. It makes you slightly more susceptible to cancers, particularly breast cancer naturally, and if you take estradiol orally (which I recommend you don't do, injections tend to be the most convenient and effective RoA, transdermal gels and patches are also safer but a LOT less convenient, the only plus side over injections is slightly more stable levels, but once you're on it for a while alongside an androgen blocker that problem is less pronounced) you can be at a greater risk for diseases of the liver and other organs, in general the shortest route to it being in your bloodstream is the best, because that's where your body ultimately knows how to deal with it. It also makes you slightly more susceptible to heart problems later in life, I would implore you to stop smoking cigarettes if you do and either stop taking or seriously cut back on stimulants if you do those. The most serious complication in general tends to be blood clots, so if you have a family history of DVT they'll do tests to determine whether you have a genetic marker that suggests predisposition for blood clots and if you do then many doctors won't prescribe traditional hormone therapy and you'll have to look around and even then they might have you sign forms acknowledging the risk and you'll probably have to go on blood thinners when you're older. This particular genetic marker is exceptionally rare though, so I wouldn't worry about it too much or at all if no one in your family has a history of DVT, strokes, etc.

I'm saying not to scare you and I don't want to discourage you from starting HRT at all, I'm saying this because it's important information to consider when you're planning to start. Ultimately, the benefits VASTLY outweigh the risks if you have GID, so if you do your outcome will be much better and you could easily end up living longer given the increased risk of mental health problems, drug abuse, eating disorders, etc. that comes with not transitioning despite having a medical need to.

What I'm really trying to do here is strongly discourage you from going the DIY route if at all humanly possible, it can be an exceptionally danger…
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Endstage oldfag tranners

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- Mon, 18 May 2020 17:27:16 EST TYSujzJw No.407327
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Who here is end stage? As in stealth, or fully transitioned, or living your life satisfied with what you've done?

I'm on year 10 of hrt. Living as a normal woman for ages.

Hows your life going? How are you doing? Do you have much contact with the trans community? Do you want contact with other late stage tranners?
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Jenny Clayshaw - Fri, 09 Oct 2020 02:59:02 EST EVVo2MTL No.407667 Reply
>>407327
I don't really belong here since this board is obviously meant for MTFs but I'm 7 years on HRT and I'm almost dome with my surgeries. I'm ready to just be done.
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Reuben Pittdale - Fri, 09 Oct 2020 21:29:32 EST Gr6eN3Pt No.407668 Reply
>>407667
>I don't really belong here since this board is obviously meant for MTFs

I would say that you clearly do, but I can understand where you would think that, assuming you're trans masc, trans femme people are massively over-represented in the trans community at large, I think that's changing though, I've been seeing a lot of content from trans men/trans masc people on TikTok, it's really neat and a side of things I never really had a chance to see before, only half-jokingly I always kind of thought "who would want to go THAT direction?", it seems really obvious now that the answer to that question is "men, probably"

Even though in a lot of ways our struggles are very different, I think we should all be able to be a part of this community and others, I still think we have way more in common than not, and i always like to hear different perspectives and learn about other peoples' experiences

i think a lot of why trans women have more of a presence in popular discourse, as dominated as it is by cishet men, might be because we're generally seen as a bigger threat to their own sense of masculinity, because a lot of them are transphobic as shit and think a trans man will always be a woman and a trans woman will always be a man, so in their minds they only run they risk of being "tricked" by the latter

i've also kind of wondered if some of it might be in part due to a tendency for trans men to want to stay under the radar and be fully stealth so they're taken more seriously by their cis counterparts. i never really understood the pressure that men cis and trans feel to act a certain way, to be "real" men, I just knew that I didn't want to be one full stop and that there were certain ways I could and couldn't act around guys i didn't know to avoid being beaten up
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Frederick Gerryludge - Fri, 09 Oct 2020 21:55:11 EST EVVo2MTL No.407669 Reply
>>407668
It's a lot of things I guess. I don't really relate to most other trans men anymore either anyway, especially ever since my first stage of SRS.

trans Chasers

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- Mon, 18 Nov 2019 13:55:09 EST q0zXnGzr No.406726
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What does this mean? I'm straight, engaged and happily looking forward to marriage with a woman. But I love shemale porn. I fantasize about a hot girl with a big ass and tits and a big fat uncut cock treating me like a bitch. I wanna suck the dick and feel it throb and cum and feel it in my ass all at the same time.

I do not believe I'm gay. Have had gay experience due to long time fantasizing of cock, and while enjoying (to a degree) the experiences I find no romantic or any sort of attraction to men, just cocks. A girl with a cock sounds great but realistically for me my woman is perfect.

Any advice/analysis? I can't figure this out. But man I love masturbating to transs, usually dominating men. I can't imagine what I'd do if I came into a situation where the gurl (sorry I don't know which terms to use, trying them all) of my dreams tries to make me suck her cock. I'd want to drop down on my knees.

Not attaching the type of image I'd want to attach as I don't want to offend anyone. Please know I respect gender/sexuality and do not think any less of anyone. This is also why I struggle with this. Why do I feel this way? There's also a thing about a busty black girl with a big black cock. Mmmmmm.....
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Lex est à Hawaï.
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Clara Benkinsadging - Thu, 08 Oct 2020 12:32:20 EST meHg2w6V No.407665 Reply
>>406728
Just be brave and get a strapon. I convinced my wife to try it and she's not really that into it, but she'll do it once in a while and it makes me cum buckets. I've been with a few cuties too and love them, and guys as well, but I only love their cock.

Anal sex?

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- Wed, 25 Jul 2018 23:41:24 EST P1KLGz+K No.405550
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Myself and a friend of mine have just started having sex fairly recently and I'm a bi trans female and his is a bisexual male he wants me to peg him and wanted to know if there was any tips on how to do it safely as he is very inexperienced in anal play with anything bigger than his fingers. Any tips on how I should go about doing it safely for him to enjoy it...
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Cornelius Novingdine - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 16:19:54 EST LUlIwd7n No.405612 Reply
Remember to clean the asshole. Nothing is more disgusting than shit.
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Esther Fandale - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 17:18:11 EST Xdsfmf9E No.405617 Reply
>>405612
>Nothing is more disgusting than shit.
You haven't seen my youtube recommendations.

what the fuck

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- Mon, 21 Sep 2020 04:47:01 EST 2LHwsSys No.407609
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I know is in the category of shit no one wants to see but I can not get past this. How the fuck is it possible there is this much facial hair beneath the root? What is the fuck is the physiology of this? On the surface the hair was pretty soft but these are legitimately like little wires.

I am so glad to have these disgusting little barbs out of my face and I don't really care that it's one of the most painful things I've ever experienced I will 100% do it the 8 or 9 more times it will take to get it all. Even on the areas where it was waxed one pass doesnt nearly get it all. This shit feels so alien, like I am struggling so hard to comprehend how it came out of me. I've been on HRT almost a year now so I'm really hoping it grows back in as broke ass HRT hair like I have on my arms and legs at this point, i dont have to shave or wax my arms really at all at this point
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Jenny Drinderdeg - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 03:49:08 EST AxlT97Sl No.407626 Reply
>>407609
daym did you hardwax your face? ouch. I've tried waxing my face once and bled D :

Sometimes I get manic and pluck my mustache and i still have to take breaks.
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Emma Crucklebury - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 23:05:55 EST LKzeRb2X No.407627 Reply
i started to hard wax my mustache after the hair kind of softened up a bit with HRT but this shit is next level what the fuck

Workout

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- Sun, 20 Sep 2020 14:23:15 EST MYJNgq8j No.407607
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What workouts are good for a feminine body?

Btw not gender dysphoric am a fetishist so no radical or permanent stuff
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Nell Blackshaw - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 04:58:30 EST 2LHwsSys No.407611 Reply
Squats naturally, thats a big one people suggest, in general for all other areas, you're looking things that maintain tone without building muscle mass like abdominal workouts and targeted strength training while spending most of your time doing cardio and eating lean
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Angus Murdman - Sun, 27 Sep 2020 19:56:42 EST LKzeRb2X No.407623 Reply
>>407616
I think cardio helps no matter what the RoA is, it all goes in the blood innit

uneven breast growth

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- Mon, 31 Aug 2020 03:53:47 EST LKzeRb2X No.407523
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Its really starting to bother me. What are some remedies? My left is very very noticeabley larger and it's really fucking with me, only on month 7 and i know they'll even out some but it's starting to be seriously distressing

Doc doesnt like to prescribe progesterone so early

This is a crazy idea but what if i started taking my estrogen shots directly into the smaller breast?

Everything is going so well minus this, i agonize over it constantly
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Ebenezer Sinkinhood - Mon, 31 Aug 2020 18:42:23 EST LKzeRb2X No.407527 Reply
>>407526
Yeah i swear to god they look different every time i look at them, idk if thats swelling or psychological or what but objectively im fine, i think with an actual bra even w/o a padding thing they'll look fine, ive been using a body shaper for support since its only been 7 months but there arent individual cups on it so it's harder to situate them in a way they look even.

It all depends on the vantage point, standing straight up with nothing on the left one os very noticeabley larger and hangs to the side in a way that it sticks out really weirdly, but hanging down and pressed together they look normal, it just looks like regular human asymmetry and it's perfectly fine, laying down i can feel a lot of it is actually fat, the left one has slightly more actual breast tissue but again is almost the same, im loath to lose much more weight though even at 5'7"/180 because i don't want to lose the shape my body is starting to take on, and its bad enough i lost all the muscle i did, i was legitimately pretty muscular before i started, now with thinner legs and arms i like how they look better but i dont like not being able to lift things and even tho im physically smaller my BF% is probably much higher, i need to start strength training, i never shouldve stopped lol
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Phyllis Pittville - Mon, 07 Sep 2020 23:24:11 EST DHQXAxB0 No.407595 Reply
>>407523
I had uneven breasts for the first few years, they evened out by the 5th year though. 7 months is early, it will take a while. This doesn't mean your breasts will be perfect, nobodies is. Also shooting estrogen into your breasts is a fucking stupid idea borderline retarded and dangerous, it would make no difference then sticking it in your ass and it would be a whole world safer.
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Henry Suffingbury - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 01:40:33 EST LKzeRb2X No.407603 Reply
>>407595
yeah i realize that now lol i was high and distraught

also they're way more even now and actually wearing a bra instead of just a body shaper helps a lot as one would expect

still slightly noticeable but not as much if I wear a thicker shirt, i was worried over nothing

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- Sat, 05 May 2018 20:22:10 EST ImY/LGTn No.405209
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I transitioned for gossip and compliments, lipstick and mascara, for crying at the movies, for being someone’s girlfriend, for letting her pay the check or carry my bags, for the benevolent chauvinism of bank tellers and cable guys, for the telephonic intimacy of long-distance female friendship, for fixing my make-up in the bathroom flanked like Christ by a sinner on each side, for sex toys, for feeling hot, for getting hit on by butches, for that secret knowledge of which dykes to watch out for, for Daisy Dukes, bikini tops, and all the dresses, and, my god, for the breasts. But now you begin to see the problem with desire: we rarely want the things we should.
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Wesley Lightwell - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 06:40:27 EST anuX8NSM No.405600 Reply
>>405596
How about your testosterone levels? 6mg oral/sublingual isn't actually that high contrary to popular opinion it seems to me. Consider injections maybe. And maybe progesterone? My breasts got a bit rounder since going on progesterone. But yeah make sure your T is low.

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

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

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

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

Oh, I know there's surgery. It's one of the things that makes me more hopeless as I know I'll never afford it. At least, not until I'm in my 60s or 70s through saving up, if ever. "No thanks."
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Hedda Drogglefut - Sun, 13 Sep 2020 16:54:17 EST uWksg5Jl No.407602 Reply
>>407600

tell us more sensei :3

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