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i'm not boymoding i'm just gender nonconforming

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- Thu, 10 Mar 2022 09:58:39 EST WVMaBk5M No.410936
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i'm not boymoding i'm just gender nonconforming
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Hedda Sallerhood - Fri, 11 Mar 2022 11:12:20 EST zH9VWM1I No.410937 Reply
Nothing wrong with that, you do you OP.

Keep the D

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- Fri, 04 Feb 2022 11:28:20 EST JBX+5Yzn No.410763
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Recently i wanted to lose some weight and workout to have some of that female body goals that i'm looking for but i realize that if i'm keep doing this (goal being estrogen) Will My penis shrink ? Because i don't want that
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Fanny Gimmerdale - Fri, 11 Feb 2022 00:39:31 EST ckZgCNHw No.410775 Reply
It definitely becomes softer and smoother and it's more difficult to achieve a solid erection, the flaccid size shrunk a lot but erect only maybe marginally smaller, testicles shrunk a fucking LOT though, that's expected under any circumstances but they're much smaller and rescind in a way they never used to, might also have something to my dose of spiro though 200mg is kind of on the higher side but i was also trying to deal with acne and minor androgenic alopesia both of which are pretty much gone now but i'm scared to cut my dose because if the second one came back i would actually kill myself, or i would at least think about it a lot and maybe even try before coming to terms with wigs

sex/orgasm does kind of change though, at least for me it did, it became a much more full-body experience and even just being touched almost anywhere elicits this almost orgasmic feeling (by a man in the context of sex obviously not just constantly all the time) and get these kind of full-body shivers during sex that feel better than anything i ever remember experiencing during sex as a guy, the flip side is that it's much harder to actually cum and when I do it's hard to explain, it feels almost disappointing, maybe because it's not as big of a spike in pleasure as busting because the entire act is so much more enjoyable, nothing comes out at all either, ever, maybe a little bit of pre if I'm doing it for a long time, but a lot of times bone dry too, i mean i never came a huge amount but still, i also really don't have much of a refractory period anymore i can just keep going if i want to, i stopped though because i was doing it like 3 or 4 times and it was starting to kind of ache behind my balls

how much of this is hrt and how much of this is my own weird biology i couldn't tell you,
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Martha Tootham - Fri, 11 Feb 2022 08:26:07 EST OrZJH5pX No.410779 Reply
I was on 200 mg spiro and had quite a bit of atrophy and no longer got "morning wood" or that hard, but I have known others who have been on the same dosage and are still huge and have issues with getting spontaneous erections. It seems to be down to your personal chemistry really, but it is "use it or lose it" as a rule. I used every so often to keep my srs prospects brighter, but if you just want to retain size/function of your penis you could try the same, if you're concerned that it just won't be unaffected by luck.
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Walter Dezzlefield - Thu, 17 Mar 2022 23:19:00 EST 3mS2pP2h No.410979 Reply
I'm a dom and I never noticed any shrinkage or ED. It's probably worse if you never use it/have severe genital dysphoria. Still plan on going SRS though.

The process of self acceptance

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- Sun, 06 Feb 2022 18:05:47 EST HfZ9O5MN No.410769
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Kind of a dead board, so bear with me just trying to come up with some sort of worthwhile topic. I'm bad at this.

Obviously it's no secret that trans people are afflicted with many disadvantages in life, from being treated as a joke, a political football, the bizarre/ravenous obsession from malicious people who pretend to be experts, social/family rejection, institutional barriers, etc etc. Many people point to the high rate of mental illness to write trans people off as delusional freaks rather than realize that all the things I listed, even with excluding the element of dysphoria itself, is a recipe for inflicting mental illness as a deeply cut wound rather than an innate trait. This isn't to say that trans people aren't more naturally inclined towards mental illness, that's where the topic of dysphoria comes into play (with the most common symptom being depression, and eating disorders also being pretty common) but it's more trying to illustrate the point that mental illness can be worsened or created when the society you live in mistreats you on a fundamental human level. Humans are social creatures after all, our overall health is greatly influenced by our interactions with each other or lack thereof.

With that in mind let's pivot to the actual topic of this thread. I look at groups of people like the downright pitiful self cannibalizing souls on /lgbt/ inflicting their rage and pain onto all the other online trans people around them, or the transmedicalists who obsess over how the blue hair tumblrites are "ruining" what the cis™ think of us, and the idea that they may be better accepted by society (or rather the friends and loved ones that rejected or don't completely accept them) if they could just prove that they were "one of the good ones". I look at my own history and how I fell into many of these same traps for years. I look at how even before the media set its mass hysteria target on trans people how it took years to understand my afflictions and then accept that this is in fact what I was, and the even longer process of learning to be okay with it and to not feel a deep painful shame for something I can't really change about myself. I used to tell people pre-transition "the only person I hate in the world is myself" which after going on HRT evolved into "I actually don't hate who I am as a person, I just hate what I am" even though morally/emotionally speaking I was probably at one of my lowest point here. There was a time when in order to shield myself from being a big red target, I instead wielded the cruelties that would've been dealt to me towards other people, and going as far as to justify it because of whatever action that person did. I hated what I was so deeply and profoundly and it frequently haunted me, especially since the internet just doesn't want to shut up about the transes.

There are many traumas that are inflicted on most of us through the process of transition, and nearly all of the issues I'm grappling with/resolving now are entirely new ones that are the direct consequences of the many hostilities faced. Poverty, homelessness, abandonment, and a few medical horror stories. It's been a long and extremely painful road but I feel as though the other side is actually visible even if it stays perpetually distant. I've found myself in a bizarre state where despite having entirely new medical traumas inflicted onto me from my surgical experiences, with each surgery I still manage to feel more at peace with myself and realize how stupid it is to be so fussed about other people. With each step closer to being done I get the more relaxed and at peace with myself and the chaotic world we occupy. The more I feel like I'm able to understand deep philosophical connondrums and the more I feel capable of extending compassion to others. For other people who come from more sheltered environments, I've heard many stories of how undergoing traumatic surgery experiences forced them to grapple with their mortality in a profound way they never had to before. Either way there is a noticeable change that seems to frequently happen.

Anyways don't know where I'm going with this.
tl;dr share your experience
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Thomas Feblingwell - Tue, 01 Mar 2022 17:01:17 EST 4TO/VFre No.410902 Reply
>>410896
Lol where I went to school it was the same. Gym was in whatever clothes you were wearing, there was no changing, though I did just opt-out and take the trouble usually because I am not really a sports person.

>>410901
I would not be surprised if, were it presented to them as an option, most cis kids took the private changing rooms. The group changing rooms seem to be Boomer relics more than anything that anyone was asking for.
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Cornelius Nuffingdure - Thu, 03 Mar 2022 13:14:28 EST cofq1zD6 No.410910 Reply
>>410832
> With the wave of violently transphobic laws rapidly spreading across the US and the way it's mostly targeting the younger people, I worry a lot about what kind of traumatized complexes they'll have when they're older.

It was a funny balance for me, though I think my worldview is still "things are precarious." Cis women helped me, but the system was set up in such a kafkaesque way... it's knife's edge stuff.


>>410881
Yep absolutely, in all cases going after kids is just the start. Alabama and Arkansas banned for <21. It's sadism.


>>410896

Yep, the "kids can't decide" has a lot of people go "oh huh that's reasonable" when it's.... awful torture. People don't really know the facts about transitioning (it has onset around age 12/13, etc.) The suicide angle gets brought up but no one seems to care.
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Cornelius Nuffingdure - Thu, 03 Mar 2022 14:59:48 EST cofq1zD6 No.410911 Reply
>>410832
> With the wave of violently transphobic laws rapidly spreading across the US and the way it's mostly targeting the younger people, I worry a lot about what kind of traumatized complexes they'll have when they're older.

It was a funny balance for me, though I think my worldview is still "things are precarious." Cis women helped me, but the system was set up in such a kafkaesque way... it's knife's edge stuff.


>>410881
Yep absolutely, in all cases going after kids is just the start. Alabama and Arkansas banned for <21. It's sadism.


>>410896

Yep, the "kids can't decide" has a lot of people go "oh huh that's reasonable" when it's.... awful torture. People don't really know the facts about transitioning (it has onset around age 12/13, etc.) The suicide angle gets brought up but no one seems to care.

fuck i might be a igirl

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- Sat, 02 Oct 2021 16:29:08 EST /sasPfZf No.408762
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so here i am smoking tea instead of drinking or smoking flower and i'm just kinda like fuck. . . i have already had hrt consultations, i feel better around people who i'm out to and i can express myself fem. but fuck. fuck fuck fuck how the fuck did this happen to me and why do i keep on looking for validation in the worst places like circlejerk and this fucking board?

i know i hate myself because i won't even let myself be happy about discovering this about myself, i can't just do things that make me feel feminine, i mean, i can hardly get my parents to get it. . .

i'm not even sure what i'm trying to say, this place just feels far away enough from anything else to dump this non sense.

i remember a few months ago, before i was really even out to myself in any meaningful capacity, just browsing this board obsessively. at the same time i was getting super stoned on wax and staying up until like 5 talking about gender with people in other dorms and just generally dissociating through the months.

at this point i was still just connecting the dots. shit like "well my life hasn't had any traumatic events, so why am i dissociating?" etc. etc. that's how i've come about it: going from symptoms to cause as opposed to inherently feeling like a girl and then feeling dysphoric.

most of my life after middle school, and sometimes even before that, i have felt like i was underwater. not really able to do what i wanted, nothing i did mattered enough to change that. i just couldn't wait to be old enough to live on my own and "start life." it got so much worse over the pandemic. there was nothing to feel but this self hate and dissociated mess.

i have had some trans moments (tm) throughout my life. i admitted i was emotionally a girl, and then forgot about it, i wore dresses when i was little, had long hair, fucking hated sports, never socially fit in at all with anyone my age. the repression is real. like if there is one thing that is real in this world it 's the human brain's ability to pretend the thoughts it just had didn't happen.

idk. maybe it's the acid and internet and college that are corrupting me. it's not like the only future i can imagine for myself involved having a boyfriend who sees me as a woman and who makes me feel loved.

i honestly wish i never heard about blanchard, jk rowling, /ttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt/ or whatever it's called. the brainworms are real too.

i don't even know if i'm trying to convince myself i'm trans or not anymore. sometimes i just wish i was a girl.
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Nell Ganningchit - Mon, 21 Feb 2022 21:59:29 EST V/UGi72E No.410807 Reply
>>410788
yeah i'm now just horribly crushing/jealous of all the girls around me. i guess it's better than smoking my brains out and wondering why i can't feel real.
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Wesley Baggleshaw - Tue, 22 Feb 2022 09:08:54 EST cofq1zD6 No.410808 Reply
>>410807
Thankfully that goes away I think? Cis women were/are kind to me. It took time.
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Frederick Soshsit - Tue, 01 Mar 2022 13:55:05 EST D7X3UUxR No.410900 Reply
>>410807
to me that was at least a sign i was playing the game i wanted to be playing

i don't know how much of my satisfaction now a few years in is because of self-acceptance or just luck that i had a pretty decent roll in terms of features, i actually feel guilty almost i don't seem to have some of the struggles some other trans women have, and like i'm throwing them under the bus being stealth, even though that's for my physical safety in the environment i live in
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Transhumanism

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- Mon, 28 Nov 2016 04:32:52 EST H9777eH0 No.401328
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How many of you would willingly merge yourself with technology in order attain ideal femininity?

Under what conditions would you do so?
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William Dartshit - Sun, 09 Jan 2022 01:47:43 EST xtXhR7QI No.410699 Reply
>>401328
idk, seems sketchy... Like imagine you upload your consciousness to some sort of simulation. But then something breaks and you end up suffering for what feels like an eternity with no way out.

FFS surgeons

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- Fri, 11 Jun 2021 16:12:42 EST cofq1zD6 No.408448
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Who do people go to these days?

I see that Dr. Rahul Seth (at UCSF) and Dr. Del Corral are in-network for me (FFS) so I'm curious if they're any good?
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Thomas Feckleman - Tue, 18 Jan 2022 14:50:34 EST GVPWzaXQ No.410736 Reply
>>408448
I went to Facialteam and I'm happy with the results overall. No insurance coverage so was about 35k euros. Had brow/jaw/nose/tracheal shave done. Would not recommend tracheal shave strongly as my voice/range has been lower since surgery.
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Hugh Wugglekid - Tue, 18 Jan 2022 23:09:01 EST HQliXJiE No.410737 Reply
>>410736
Nice!

Would love to have a little FFS done when I can afford it.
Mainly just brow, jaw, hairline.
35k is pretty reasonable, I remember SRS being around 30k.
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Doris Bommerbury - Wed, 19 Jan 2022 09:19:43 EST GVPWzaXQ No.410738 Reply
>>410737
Wow, 30k? Where did you go? I went to Suporn at that was only 18k USD for the main op and like $2000ish extra for travel, stay at the Chon and spending money.

Transphobia

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- Fri, 04 Oct 2019 14:11:27 EST zoklygxc No.406626
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I don't know if this is some kind of meme or if the person who initially posted this was serious but what do you all think about this tweet?
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Polly Shittingwill - Fri, 07 Jan 2022 16:37:40 EST gUx1stBm No.410696 Reply
>>410695
>>410695
yes haha, twitter user “kitty” shown there is me (though that account is now suspended.)
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Shitting Backledale - Fri, 07 Jan 2022 18:56:58 EST HfZ9O5MN No.410697 Reply
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>though that account is now suspended.
lmao somehow I'm not surprised

Anyways that's wild, because I've had it saved in a memes folder for years now and I've seen it posted around so much. How's it feel going viral for that of all things?
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Albert Smallspear - Fri, 07 Jan 2022 19:32:48 EST gUx1stBm No.410698 Reply
>>410697
I used to get a lot of people would DM me on twitter trying to start a fight but that’s calmed down. Depending on how I’m feeling it’s either kinda funny or kinda annoying when I see people post it.

Pronouns: Asking vs Telling

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- Thu, 16 Dec 2021 14:32:06 EST zpOJX4DF No.410633
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Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I figure that if it's not you'll let me know.

My friend insists to me that I should be asking people their pronouns when I meet them. I consider this a rude question. In this context, I think of pronouns and gender the same way I think of orientation, religion, race, (and so on). If you want me to know, you'll tell me. If I ask you without being prompted, it's rude.

I know that I often do not like getting asked personal questions by strangers. But how I represent also doesn't leave questions about my gender. But on the other-other hand, if I'm unsure about someone's pronouns based on how they look/present isn't it still sort of...I guess shitty for me to go up to them and be like 'oh you look different, can you explain that to me?'

You know what I'm saying? What're your thoughts on this?
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Charles Wennerstud - Sun, 19 Dec 2021 00:05:35 EST 5N7H/6Gc No.410655 Reply
>>410633
Maybe not in certain circles where it seems that it's expected, but unless you're in one of those where like half the people have some meme pronoun it just seems awkward, and obnoxious. Basically any binary trans person I've ever heard from or read about says they don't want to be asked pronouns. Same for me. When I was boymoding someone calling me "she" could make my day but asking my pronouns would mean I'd have to tell them "he" and would just make me uncomfortable. And now, well, being asked for pronouns would make me just as upset as just misgendering me anyway so it's not going to spare my feelings, and if I have to "demand" you call me "she" it's really not going to make me feel better. So that's how I continue. I can't say I've come across enough people whose presentation is ambiguous enough to even be in question even if they're trans and nonpassing. But if they are ambiguous enough I think the correct solution is to use "they" rather than go through some pronoun inquisition.
For trans people, people using the right pronouns isn't about them being "your pronouns," it's about being perceived naturally as a member of your sex. And this may be my enby knowledge goes down but afaik there is no parallel. How does the look and feel of an "ey/em" person differ from a "they/them"? I don't think it does, and so there would be no visceral reaction. It's just pronouns.
So yeah I'm not going to ask for your pronouns in any normal context and I'd rather you not ask for mine.
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Hamilton Gundlenore - Wed, 22 Dec 2021 01:42:34 EST D7X3UUxR No.410659 Reply
>>410655
Yeah being asked where I live is basically proof there's ambiguity at all because no one would they everyone by default, most of the people I run into don't even believe in that and wouldn't gender a non-binary person correctly if they asked, you get they'd with a certain sense of scorn by a lot of people by me especially guys, but I mean I still lucked out being in one of the most liberal areas of a deep red state so I avoided a lot of it, i just see them in the sticks when I have to go from city to city or when they come in from the hills to buy 30-racks and truck window decals

now at this point you could really only ever really misgender me on purpose, which some people still do but thankfully it's not something that's necessarily widely known, if someone calls me they I know something is very wrong with how I present myself, or they know i'm trans, like 5-10 years ago I could've had problems with that which is why I did my best to just jump from one to the other, nowadays I see a lot of us running around which is cool, but there's still the slightest tension in the air, where definitely winning the culture war decisively for whatever that's worth, still plenty of people around here to kick our heads in though especially in the country

The silver lining is I'm actually less likely to be misgendered where I live than an all around super liberal area where people are well-meaning but sometimes over-corrective, but I'm around a lot of people who don't want to think about it as a concept, it's something they reject so it's not something in their universe, they don't want us to be trans they don't want to think that so they don't unless they have a jarring reason to

it might be a hot take but it does actually make me feel more integrated and validated than among people who aren't quite sure what to make of me at first glance or who will they/them everybody they meet, because being called they/them is still misgendering, it feels almost just as bad i don't want to put my pronouns anywhere 1. because doing so draws attention i could be doing it because i'm a liberal minded person or I could be doing it because i'm trans which is not an especially easy thing to be where i live and i am a coward 2. i want it to speak for itself and i honestly prefer to live somewhere where it speaks for itself, because that's the idea to me personally, to totally exist in society as a woman with no ambiguity, it's the only way my bum brain will let me be happy i don't know or especially care why, i just have to be kind of tight-lipped about what i am around some people, which sometimes i think sucks but at the same time i'm not tricking them or lying to them, regardless of their opinion on the matter i think it's a simple fact at this point that i'm a woman and almost anyone who sees me would probably think the same unless they were also told ahead of time that i'm trans
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Albert Nuggleman - Tue, 28 Dec 2021 02:30:20 EST yOHrQ5T7 No.410667 Reply
>>410655
>For trans people, people using the right pronouns isn't about them being "your pronouns," it's about being perceived naturally as a member of your sex. And this may be my enby knowledge goes down but afaik there is no parallel. How does the look and feel of an "ey/em" person differ from a "they/them"? I don't think it does, and so there would be no visceral reaction. It's just pronouns.
Mm, this is not like, advice, but talking to NB people I'm close to about their gender + self-concept (social role, body experience, whatever gender tropes they identify with, their history) made a big difference to me with this, especially since friends were gracious enough to really open up once asked. Their descriptions, and watching them more closely/with a different lens thereafter, changed my perception of them, and produced a visceral reaction just like how being socialized to understand binary genders did. It also permanently changed some of my last, ground-in prejudices about the legitimacy or illegitimacy of different types of gender identities.

And I very much don't mean simply using rote memorization or social shame or whatever. I started with the assumption that these pronouns or labels must mean a certain thing to someone (which is likely quite different or more complex than how I see it, and which is not entirely possible for me to understand, not being them). Cause it's not random, the words people are using. They had to arrive at it somehow--where did they hear it and from whom? why did they think they were similar to this person? what does it sound like to them? When I find out what they meant and why they saw themselves as fitting it, calling them that thing made sense; I correctly perceived them as the thing they were with no reminder required.

This could work with literally anyone, by the way. Cause I heard "he" somewhere once, or many times (and was exposed to various concepts for what being a man was), and it clearly stuck, and cis people heard their pronouns (most of the time) and kept them. But if you question us enough, our ways of arriving at those sounds and what we associate with them and how we look are going to be different from other people in the same category. And it's not like people are less or more wrong about being shes or hes; those are all legitimate ways to be the thing.

Humorously, I started doing this because I simply wanted to know the best algorithm for not tripping up on people's pronouns. turns out, that is a) stop low-key seeing binary genders as the only real genders, and b) know enough NB people to start involuntarily stereotyping different pronoun groups, lol

nobody wants an actual relationship with a trans woman

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- Mon, 13 Sep 2021 17:39:03 EST LKzeRb2X No.408691
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i feel like just a novelty, it doesn't matter how close i feel to a guy it always creeps into our conversations that in the back of their heads is the thought this will never go anywhere, when the time comes they'll leave behind their plaything for an actual woman who can bear their own children, that's the dream, that's a life actually well lived, the most fundamental desire we as humans have, to not have it almost seems pathological, i obviously have it too but i can't do anything about it, it doesn't matter what i look like it doesn't matter that i'm starting to be able to pass it's not actually what anyone seriously wants, i don't even mean like marriage sure i'd love to be married to someone some day but even just a casual partnership with the knowledge it will be finite appears out of the question, either out of shame or simply that i don't even register as a potential, i'll never have an actual boyfriend no one will ever call me their girlfriend, friend is where it ends, i can hang out with a person every day and we're best buds, taken out to nice restaurants as pals, they say all these nice things to me i feel as though i've finally made it then there's always soon after a gut punch of a clarification, i know i'm primed to pick these things but it seems almost intentionally reiterated "what are friends for?", "you're a good friend", "how's it going buddy?" some men are very fond of me, they like me very much and say so, you're so nice, you're so pretty, sure i'm a "lovely person" but i'll never hear "i love you"

and then once i get SRS what happens then? the one redeeming feature that at least let me be held once in a while is gone, and i'm left still barren, still useless, now without even that tiny bit of a reason to give me the time of day, a pointless life, a useless eater
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Eugene Wummerweg - Thu, 16 Dec 2021 16:43:12 EST sTHfGaHo No.410636 Reply
>i feel like just a novelty, it doesn't matter how close i feel to a guy it always creeps into our conversations that in the back of their heads is the thought this will never go anywhere, when the time comes they'll leave behind their plaything for an actual woman who can bear their own children, that's the dream, that's a life actually well lived, the most fundamental desire we as humans have

I'd actually be in a relationship with a transwoman. However she'd have to be very attractive, to me at least. Also we would have to have several things in common that aren't common to your average person. I find that a lot of transwomen aren't pragmatic or realistic enough about their role in society. Most people don't understand transpeople and don't want to. Also the LGBT community is problematic as well, some people are very nice and well socialized while others are fucking trainwreck who want to bring you down with them.
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Wesley Fanshaw - Thu, 16 Dec 2021 17:12:36 EST HfZ9O5MN No.410637 Reply
>>410636
>we would have to have several things in common that aren't common to your average person
Probably wouldn't be that hard to find tbh, but I'm not sure how well that will scale with your metric of what you consider "very attractive"
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Fuck Wellyterk - Thu, 16 Dec 2021 21:51:58 EST sTHfGaHo No.410638 Reply
>>410637
> I'm not sure how well that will scale with your metric of what you consider "very attractive"

I have my own personal standards.

is this a thing

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- Mon, 01 Feb 2021 12:49:36 EST 2kBByxPq No.407906
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i was never gender conforming growing up but that's the extent of it, i'm a cis guy. but looking back every relationship i've had that actually got off the ground / had an emotional connection / etc was with a trans person. i feel weird about it because i honestly have no explanation, should i pay any mind to this realization?
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Lydia Tootwell - Mon, 08 Feb 2021 02:39:14 EST EVVo2MTL No.407970 Reply
>>407968
He didn't say if he was exclusive towards trans women or not
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OP - Wed, 17 Feb 2021 17:36:12 EST gz6LjNMv No.408019 Reply
>>407958
this is the post that resonated with me most tbh, i wonder if i'm like, some kinda straight-passing demisexual or something like that

>>407968
it's not rooted in sexual desire at all, it's an emotional thing and i'm not particularly attracted to traditionally masculine traits

>>407968
i've dated cis women, trans women both pre and post op and a trans effeminate-masc-presenting nonbinary individual
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Hedda Bepperforth - Wed, 17 Feb 2021 17:55:47 EST gz6LjNMv No.408020 Reply
>>407959
>chaser alarms
actually i'm usually the one that gets asked out, i'm a weird introvert and unless the other person has clearly hinted at being interested i don't really initiate much. all my relationships have formed pretty organically. nb

trap nostalgia

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- Fri, 20 Sep 2019 00:33:16 EST tb2oJQgL No.406597
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anyone else have nostalgia for trapping days?
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Jarvis Crammlewack - Sat, 27 Mar 2021 11:28:51 EST eYssy9wX No.408143 Reply
>>408142
I honestly feel like it used to be easier to pass because it wasn't such a hotbutton on everyones radar. The biggest threat from cuties was getting catfished; you only cared if you were already a little bit of a societal deviant. Now there's satan worshipping pedos in *your* daughter's lockerroom on the news every day or something.

Cis women even get trannybashed for 'not passing' nowadays.
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Jarvis Crammlewack - Sat, 27 Mar 2021 11:32:28 EST eYssy9wX No.408144 Reply
>>408140
that part did suck though. And like, it's kind of nice being able to get at least *some* medical care that isn't blackmarket/backalley.
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Basil Sengerkene - Sat, 27 Mar 2021 15:08:31 EST LKzeRb2X No.408145 Reply
>>408142
I think it depends on the location really. In Canada, blue counties in the US, most Western European countries other than the UK, and others there are relatively few areas where we face a likely threat of violence. It's always a possibility which is something you can't quite factor out, but in general people are starting to look at this as a civil rights issue like any other, so if someone is racist and homophobic, they're probably going to be transphobic as well, but if someone is anti-racist, pro-gay marriage, etc. then at this point it's likely they also support trans rights. So you probably don't want to be a trans person in a sundown town, but if you live in a coastal suburb most people have no real problem with it or at the very least can be grownups about the whole thing, and the ones that can't know to stay quiet or face social repercussions . This is a huge change from just 10 years ago where almost everyone shit on trans people unanimously. In a way it was the last socially acceptable prejudice and it's very quickly starting to no longer be acceptable.

>>408143
>it wasn't such a hotbutton on everyones radar.

I mean in general I still don't think it is. It's on our radar and it's on transphobes' radars, but most people think about trans issues exactly never. At this point it's an abstract political issue like any other, as in people might have their takes about it, but it's still such a relatively uncommon thing to encounter in person in real life that it's not something that genuinely affects most normal people. It's true that people in general are more aware of it as a concept obviously, but most people still aren't Terminator-style scanning you for tells, so only very obvious ones or a lot of small ones immediately give it away. Another thing is, even today it's still a relatively serious accusation to make about a woman, so people tend not to unless they think they're sure, and even then plenty of masculine looking/sounding cis women get harassed by people falsely thinking they're trans.

I mean obviously right-wing freaks are still having a bit of a meltdown about the whole thing these days, especially after that Gallop poll about rising numbers of LGBT people, but it's not like their prejudice is realistically restricted just to trans people, so most of them deep down hate integrated bathrooms and locker-rooms just as much as they hate gender-neutral ones. These people only make up a third of our country though, and they're concentrated to certain areas, so if you live in the civilized parts of the US, we're actually a pretty socially liberal country all things considered. It's just that we live under minority rule because of retarded shit like the electoral college and wide-spread voter suppression.

Who Else feels like being a crazy hacker linux chick? or is it just m3?

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- Fri, 25 Dec 2020 19:46:18 EST SAuhCbE4 No.407785
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I just want to be the one to peer into the matrix. To have such a vast network conquered by a crazed, transgender technomancer is such an accomplishment.
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Martin Gevingford - Wed, 07 Apr 2021 11:24:28 EST LUxxkJzH No.408179 Reply
>>408178
>u can exist this out

The less I think about this the more sense it makes
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George Sunnerchitch - Sat, 17 Apr 2021 07:23:46 EST EP8tcRnl No.408209 Reply
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>>407785
sauce on this image?

>"stu, what are you doing translating shitposts at 4 in the morning?"
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Simon Gallyford - Sun, 18 Apr 2021 00:10:15 EST uNMCq+sH No.408216 Reply
>>407785
I guess the idea of an alternate true reality that is outside this one is really appealing to people like us. Why not? Who wouldn't wish they could just wake up as their real self? Who didn't have those dreams as a kid.
Pretty obvious on a re-watch the trans themes that went into the matrix, and the latest wachowski show is just straight up about a trans hacker chick

Any FtM here?

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- Sun, 13 Jun 2021 02:03:38 EST CviEYa87 No.408455
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Experiences taking testosterone? General experiences? Tell me everything
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Molly Grandbury - Mon, 05 Jul 2021 16:29:48 EST HfZ9O5MN No.408588 Reply
>>408587
So not even because you were trying to get swole? I don't understand why someone who eventually transitioned to mtf would do that
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Simon Wenderlock - Mon, 05 Jul 2021 19:05:43 EST eYssy9wX No.408589 Reply
>>408588
i mean i say 'mtf' because its easier but i'm more genderfluid/nonbinary than anything.

Besides it's not like a single shot is gonna transition me into hulk hogan.
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Rebecca Dupperwack - Fri, 09 Jul 2021 22:55:19 EST yOHrQ5T7 No.408596 Reply
>>408588
Idk, maybe testosterone as the experimental drug is required for this to be confusing, but I went off all my t once and (and took estrogen, even) to see if that would be okay, since I'd had a little more life experience than when I started HRT. It wasn't okay, but I don't think it's so weird to mess around with your hormones when they're de facto messy from birth or puberty onward. I thought maybe I'd missed something.

holy shit

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- Sun, 27 Jun 2021 18:23:21 EST LKzeRb2X No.408564
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This app is shooting fish in a barrel

I had no idea

About to do some PnP, i dont know why i counted myself out
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Ian Banderwell - Thu, 29 Jul 2021 02:58:31 EST eYssy9wX No.408619 Reply
>>408616
male sexuality is reduced to a boner in today's 'society'. Like, even having a sexy, confident personality is reduced to "Big Dick Energy". That's literally all most men feel like they have to offer to a sexual situation (especially if it's in 'gay'* context), and it's reinforced constantly.

The only thing I really look for in dickpics are the background, and actual photographic aesthetics. The difference between a blurry, poorly framed pic taken in a messy bathroom vs good lighting and some intentional posing in an interesting location is going to tell you *way* more about if it's going to be a good lay than the apparent size&girth; in my experience.

  • and before you say 'but guy + trans girl isn't gay'. you are correct. But we're also talking about Grindr here, which is absolutely gay.
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Archie Drablingfore - Sat, 31 Jul 2021 16:29:49 EST Gr6eN3Pt No.408623 Reply
>>408619
>That's literally all most men feel like they have to offer to a sexual situation

which is weird to me because that's one of the aspects i focus on the least, or at least not nearly the most, obviously a nice dick is a huge plus but i'm talking more ascetically pleasing rather than just huge, plus i don't want to do heightism i see people as people men included so i don't normally talk like this but being 100% honest only talking about looks i would vastly prefer a dude who was like 6'3" burly and covered in body hair but had an average or even small dick than someone who was like a 5'7" twink with a massive dick, like to an insane degree, i want to feel small i'm not that tall even for a woman but almost every dude i've gone with has been around my height or shorter, feels bad though saying it i can't see how it's different than racial preference which is objectively bigoted

plus i mean someone i actually care about and actually cares about me trumps anything else, tall/short, fat/skinny, big dick, little dick, no dick, whatever i genuinely don't care if it's a guy i can actually talk to and just cuddle with for a day without there being the expectation i blow him every time we're in the same room together in exchange for me getting a guy to hold me while we watch a movie, that still feels like an unequal exchange on my end, the only unequivocal deal breaker i have i guess is smell, i wish there was a way to be like dude i like you i think you're cute but you fucking reek my guy, and i don't mean like a one off thing happens to everyone whatever but some dudes seem to have lost the ancient knowledge of showering every day or at the very least before you meet up with someone you plan on fucking

i digress grindr is suprisingly so-so for finding decent guys like this though, i didn't think any of them would be like this but a few have been
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Archie Drablingfore - Sat, 31 Jul 2021 16:33:01 EST Gr6eN3Pt No.408624 Reply
>>408623
actually i take that back i think racial preference is worse but still it's all in the category of things dudes don't have direct control over

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