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- Sun, 16 Aug 2020 13:11:30 EST HvtlFAJC No.407505
File: 1597597890635.jpg -(23072B / 22.53KB, 800x1000) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Riddle me this.
Explain to me without using a buzzword; directly referencing any politician; resorting to radfem or referencing any colligate studies.


Why are you a woman; or man. And why should you be a woman or man?

Is there any real benefit to being either when you can be neither ? Both? infinite Stardust?


I identify as a Non-binary Masc-Presenting Omnisexual Meat Puppet who streams twice a week dressed as a well endowed goth woman.

Rip me a new one. Shaprio.
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Batman - Sun, 16 Aug 2020 16:58:07 EST 7rbJxHX0 No.407515 Reply
>>407514

I like how this person didn't actually read the post and saw a trigger word.
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Eugene Fonnergold - Sun, 16 Aug 2020 23:07:25 EST 7lzO7mnB No.407516 Reply
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I'm gay, and into men, and the only way for this to work is if I'm a dude

K-I-S-S-I-N-G

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- Fri, 14 Aug 2020 17:15:38 EST XjlXln7i No.407498
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Anyone else worried about this situation?

>You finally managed to get a bf
>But now you're going to kiss
>You haven't kissed before
>You have no idea how to do it well
Do you cancel the kiss? Tell him you're rarted so you can't kiss?
Try but then not try very hard, and become an embarrassment because it was so bad?
Try really hard and go all out, only to realize you're an embarrassment because you failed?
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Sidney Nurrynack - Sat, 15 Aug 2020 19:43:10 EST 0c+Hct+H No.407501 Reply
Don't worry OP just go for it!!

God can you imagine how cute and hot your partner telling you they want to kiss you but they're nervous about how bad they might be at it.
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Charlotte Blullerbodge - Sat, 15 Aug 2020 20:58:56 EST XjlXln7i No.407502 Reply
>>407499
I suppose, but awkward.
It's not immediate urgency, still have to do the first part, but this board is so slow now.


>>407501
Sure, but I'm not that young anymore. I turned 30 this year, though living a "young life" (rather than "professional"), and if I get a guy he'll probably be around 33-35... It's kind of past the "cute" phase, and gone into the "ok I don't wanna deal with this" territory.
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Cornelius Mobbermat - Sun, 16 Aug 2020 03:44:44 EST LKzeRb2X No.407504 Reply
i mean there really isn't that much of a qualitative difference between never having done it and not having done it in a really long time, so you could just say that if you feel like you have to say something and feel like it's less of an admission than saying you've never kissed anyone period

but like that other poster said, i dunno about 30 just because I don't have any experience there, i can't imagine it's very different, but i'm pretty confident that for women into their 20's being a virgin is still a plus or at the very least neutral in most guys' minds

if he's already into you in general, i somehow really doubt that that would be a deal breaker for a guy

trouble stealthing

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- Tue, 11 Aug 2020 20:24:53 EST FbqTW1VS No.407495
File: 1597191893626.png -(217410B / 212.31KB, 464x473) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. trouble stealthing
i've been on t for a while now and i've reached a stage where, over the past couple of weeks, i've begun to make friends and become acquainted with people who can't tell i'm not cis. while this is sorta fuckin awesome, it's also highkey terrifying - i've spent so long not passing that i often make jokes in regards to my gender identity, and my genitals (that makes it sound awful lmao, i mean like i'll joke about getting pregnant etc nothing graphic). i have no idea how to tell my new friends, if i even want to tell them, or how i need to reprogram my social interactions so as to not out myself. help me seedy
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Hedda Dullyfutch - Wed, 12 Aug 2020 16:34:49 EST qvvMo5m0 No.407496 Reply
>>407495
Honestly if you're the kinda person to joke constantly about this, think about not bothering with going stealth?
I tried for a while and honestly it just got to the point where it just felt like I was hiding who I am again, leading to more stress. I'm now mostly out apart from at work, and honestly I feel like I should come out just so I can take advantage of all the good joke opportunities I deliberately miss to not draw attention.

Idk, feel free to go stealth if you think you'll be happier that way. The novelty is good for a while. I'm sure telling friends wouldn't be extremely difficult. I imagine you picked out friends that don't appear to be outwardly transphobic or would be too taken aback if you came out to them, so it should in theory be an easy conversation
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Jack Giffingwater - Sun, 16 Aug 2020 03:13:16 EST g/Bx05E8 No.407503 Reply
>>407495
Well, here's a possible option: I had a similar experience when I first started passing, ages ago, and I eventually decided that I would just tell people I was trans if it came up in casual conversation and not worry about it too much.

Examples:
>people talk about having been in Girl Scouts, I say "oh yeah, me too"
>referring to myself as my parents' 'daughter' when speaking about my childhood from their point of view
>simply saying "nah, I'm trans" if someone says something which obviously assumes I'm cis

Don't have to make a big fuss about it, and letting people flip out over the mere fact that you're trans is a good litmus test for if that person is worth being around. And in my experience, most people don't flip out.

If you don't feel comfortable making those kinds of jokes or sharing that info, and you've just trained yourself to do it to deal with other people's bullshit, then you don't have to keep doing it! But nobody says you have to either be stealth or make some big announcement every time. Set the emotional tone yourself. Being trans ought to be like any other interesting but not all-consuming fact about you, like that you're adopted or you had corrective surgery on a leg.

Butt & Other Implants

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- Tue, 07 Apr 2020 00:05:42 EST IwYMhDET No.407222
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Sup seedy,

Do you have any anecdotes/ first-hand/ second-hand experience with butt, hip, or even breast implants? Did you or a friend get them and how are they? How did everything go?

I did some face things and srs, now I am considering butt/ hip/ breast enchantment, but I'm a bit borderline. I have basically no figure (36B = bwh 38-30-36) but look alright dressed. It just doesn't seem natural to me because I didn't have much of a chance to get actual curves and proportions.

I can't wear certain things, I'll never be able to wear a proper swimsuit, not comfortable showing myself naked or in underwear, I won't be properly comfortable with my current proportions. I am 32 (started at 25) so I want to enjoy the rest of my 30s and feel attractive and confident again. These are normal woman insecurities, though being trans exacerbates them.

But what I worry is that implants won't do enough or will be obvious/ bad or hard to deal with. I don't want a perfect model body/ kardashian ass or anything, just something more proportioned to the rest of me.

It's weird that /r/asktransgender used to be really popular when I started, but it has declined in quality so much. There are almost no threads about implants at all even though that's the most popular cosmetic surgery in the world, and the threads that do exist are just questions with no answers. Do trans women just not care about getting implants? Or are we all focused too much on kawaii vuvus and man rolls to think about spending precious neetbux on implants?
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Simon Peshmit - Sat, 27 Jun 2020 00:43:13 EST EJYrbROe No.407387 Reply
>>407303
thanks anon. I know I'm late in responding, but that's all nice to know.

I just scheduled my surgery this past week for november. I did two consults, both recommended the same thing. silicone breast implants, butt implants, and lipo fat transfer to hips. I went with the doctor who has about 10x the experience with butt implants.

I'm still nervous about it being such a big change that people are going to notice and talk about it behind my back. even though I am doing it in cold weather so I can cover up to an extent. and the pandemic may mean we don't go back to work until after that, that would be great because no one would remember exactly what I looked like before.

nothing is going through insurance even though it might be possible. I don't want to go through that process again though I did it with SRS. My insurance now is even more of a nuisance to deal with, so I'm going about it like a regular woman with insecurities.
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Lydia Pizzlesot - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 03:16:54 EST m+aRkf06 No.407468 Reply
>>407387
Who did you choose and reject? I have pretty much the same nofigure. I am kind of skeptical fat transfer or implants can even do anything for me due to my pelvis shape
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Cornelius Blackman - Tue, 11 Aug 2020 15:55:55 EST L6egn6eT No.407494 Reply
>>407468
He's a smaller doctor in northern Illinois who does a lot of middle-age woman cosmetic stuff. I don't want to mention a name as if I'm saying to avoid him because he did seem competent.

I chose Dr. Shifrin in Chicago because he has a lot of experience and good reviews.

What sucks is that I want to avoid hip implants, so we're going to try fat transfer, but if it doesn't stick then it's $13k for implants. That's almost as much as breast, butt, and hip fat together (16k). I worry I'll end up with a big butt and no hips instead of a proportionate pelvis. But I guess I can always save up for a couple more years.

HOME IPL/LASER

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- Fri, 24 Jul 2020 06:32:10 EST o3GbARwD No.407454
File: 1595586730021.jpg -(4226527B / 4.03MB, 5184x3456) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. HOME IPL/LASER
Has anyone gotten one? Thoughts? Which is the best one?
I am basically required to buy one because my chest is really hairy and I don’t have the money or time for years of laser and electro visits.

I want to buy one that plugs into the wall so that way I can gift it/resell it when I (hopefully) don’t need it anymore.
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Reuben Cupperhatch - Sun, 26 Jul 2020 16:45:08 EST qeQC+PZv No.407463 Reply
>>407458
I mean I’ve literally done that before and did pretty well so I will consider it.
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Nell Bravingtock - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 00:22:19 EST o3GbARwD No.407465 Reply
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>>407460
you guys know what im talking about right? these are devices specifically designed for use at home.
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Cornelius Blackman - Tue, 11 Aug 2020 15:48:46 EST L6egn6eT No.407493 Reply
>>407454
I have a Silk'n SensEpil from like 6 years ago. It takes a long time to do legs, so I barely do it anymore and just shave every week like a normal woman.

That said, I had good results. I have thick dark hair on my arms and legs, but thanks to the IPL I barely have any on my arms and significantly reduced it on my legs. It doesn't work so well on fuzzy hair like I have on my butt. Coincidentally I just used it on my face a couple minutes ago for some stray hairs. I had a bunch of laser years ago, so I wouldn't trust home IPL for a full beard, but who knows.

It's probably been five years since I did a full session on my legs, and it's stayed gone.

This is the one I have, I'm surprised they haven't made an improved version since then.
https://www.amazon.com/Silkn-Sensepil-Professional-Permanent-Removal/dp/B003605CAE/

feeling gross on hrt

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- Fri, 31 Jul 2020 18:23:29 EST FbqTW1VS No.407479
File: 1596234209744.png -(116314B / 113.59KB, 480x480) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. feeling gross on hrt
anybody else at a point in their medical/hormonal transition where they feel just as gross as they did during their first puberty? i no longer have the crippling weight of dysphoria on me, but the acne and body odor and shit like that is all coming back and i feel like i'm starting highschool again mentally. i'm an adult now, i'm pretty happy with my body in general and i have sexual partners who i know find me attractive but i just feel icky
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Augustus Gubberworth - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 02:43:15 EST LKzeRb2X No.407485 Reply
A little bit but not especially. After 7 months now I'm starting to see the first major changes and it's starting to become really obvious what I am, and for the most part I'm pretty pleased, it's going well with regard to skin, hair, and that sort of thing. The things that get me upset all have to do more with how it's coming along and how far I still need to go. Still having stubble on my face from really coarse facial hair is starting to get incredibly annoying considering I have to shave every single day and there's still no chance I can hide it all even with makeup without just looking like a drag queen. That and slightly but noticeably uneven breast growth are the things that tend to get me the most now. I have no acne whatsoever on my face minus occasional blemishes but on my body in general and arms in particular it's gotten worse, which is incredibly annoying but hopefully will clear up after a while. The smell thing sort of freaked me out at first when it started being distinctly different. I dunno if it was compounded by the fact I am very not into girls and it was not something I'd ever really smelled or wanted to smell and it was really off putting at first as a result, but isn't that hard to get used to, and also I mean I shower once or twice a day so it never has gotten to the point where it'd be noticeable to anyone but me

Explaining one's transness

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- Sat, 01 Aug 2020 12:41:16 EST fv+khLKM No.407480
File: 1596300076856.jpg -(47677B / 46.56KB, 572x562) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Explaining one's transness
i was talking to my therapist yesterday, and i was like:
"I expected to have to explain my transness on this chat"
and he was like
"you shouldn't have to explain your transness! go talk to trans people!"

he seemed kinda bothered.

i was just going to be like "oh yeah, my one persona is such and such. this is my other persona. they're both me."

what's your take on this?
if you alternate between masc and fem, do you explain this to anyone, or do you just be like "i'm x now. I'm y now"
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Augustus Gubberworth - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 02:29:29 EST LKzeRb2X No.407484 Reply
>if you alternate between masc and fem, do you explain this to anyone, or do you just be like "i'm x now. I'm y now"

I don't in the slightest beyond dressing mostly androgynously, so there are obviously people better qualified to answer this, but I think probably in that case the "thing" that you would be would be non-binary. There are lots of different ways that one can experience this and how (or if) you explain that is up to you, I think what your therapist might mean is to talk to people who would be more likely to understand immediately what you meant if you were to just say that you were non-binary, instead of every time explaining "sometimes I want to present one way, other times I want to present another" and wouldn't have the sort of incredulity about that as a concept that some cis people have.

You shouldn't feel obligated to explain anything, but to some extent the whole point of gender presentation is to be seen as such, so it makes perfect sense to want to, and you shouldn't feel like it's being performative if it's something you want to do, you don't need any other explanation beyond that.

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

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- Sat, 15 Feb 2020 18:05:32 EST TY7InAq7 No.407028
File: 1581807932859.png -(125033B / 122.10KB, 800x800) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. 8 years after - 4 years post-op : go ahead ask questions
I'm stealth, living in Europe, started when I was 32 ... I'll give you 100% genuine true answers. I do pass, without any doubt. Did my surgery in Montreal, had complications. Did not had any need to do ffs, and still don't need, because genetics. I'm a little bit known for my job (I insist, not related to "my condition") in my country and really not "being proud to be trans" bullshit. Just living my life... I lurk here from time to time and this board helped me when I started back then. Started self medicating with the help of 420chan to be honest, that's why I'm still watching this
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Lydia Pizzlesot - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 03:03:07 EST m+aRkf06 No.407467 Reply
>>407249
I've been to therapists. I'm bitter at this point because the one I stayed with longest never even suggested hrt as a possibility to me even though what I would talk about was obviously trans shit. I'm so mad at myself and the world for it not being easier to learn about transition when it was needed for me.
I almost killed myself after an appointment with that therapist one night because she started going on about how happy another of her patients (age 12) was after transitioning, and early transitioners are one of my bad triggers. Mind you, this was after I started self medding, no thanks to her.

I haven't really found online discussion very helpful, if anything it just comes down to a person every once in a while feeling similar to me. Most people seem to basically be happy or at least acceptable about their situation after a few years. The only person I have felt as a kindred spirit was a trans woman I met while having surgery. I think it's insensitive to whine to her about most of the the things that cause me pain because she's 15+ years older than me, and anything I say she has almost certainly faced worse.

I've had all common surgeries except BA, though I'm dissatisfied with all of them. The only things left I could potentially do are shoulder reduction or rib removal, but I'm currently not convinced either of those would actually help much, because of their limited scope. Having done psychs in the past, I'm kind of unsure I'd be able to mentally handle a trip as I am now. I've heard of ketamine being useful for depression, but haven't looked into it much.

I think about suicide a lot, but the issue is I don't actually want to be dead. I'm only living for the one maybe two good days per month. At this point I don't even know if I'm any better than when I started
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Nathaniel Sendlefot - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 10:55:56 EST LKzeRb2X No.407471 Reply
>>407467
I'm really sorry this is how things are going for you, and i wish i could offer you advice, the only thing i can tell you from horrible personal experience is that ketamine/dissociatives are NOT the move for us, you will see a man in the mirror and it will make you want to kill yourself, gender solely lies in one's feelings towards themselves, detaching yourself from those feelings is counterproductive, it won't make you feel like a girl, it will just make you angry that you don't and convince you that you just must not have that "essence" that makes a person "really" trans, but in reality there is no such thing

acid though, i think legitimately helped me a lot in terms of sort of subconsciously categorizing myself as part of a subgroup of women nor men, but i already had a borderline unhealthy fondness for it anyway and feel more comfortable and at home in that head space than i do in any other

i do have some belief in a higher power and the last trip i had not too long ago was deeply religious and i started to reflect on the mystery of how me and my very liberal but very religious sister-in-law are part of the same group and share a similar bond, and i when i looked in the mirror i legitimately saw my face shifting as i stopped picking out the masculine features and started picking feminine ones and even now i still do that and i finally like what i see in the mirror

i will say though, i feel like i worked my entire life to get to a point where this trip could happen, and just throwing acid into the mix for you right now specifically probably isn't the best idea, i'm sorry that there aren't any easy answers for this, i think maybe reflecting on the fact that our goal isn't to transform ourselves into fitting into the static category of "woman", the definitions of the words "man" and "woman" themselves have changed, they've come to represent a desire to act in traditionally masculine and feminine ways, that just so happens to correlate strongly with sex. this is a better construct for understanding the reality of the world, for describing something that is and always will be, there's no single thing inside of us that makes us trans or not, gender is a behavior not a trait, the desire to act is the thing itself.

fully comprehending this won't magically make other people feel the same, but i think another important step is realizing that it's the case that most people already do whether they like it or not because gender presentation is something that emerges from a collection of signifiers and after crossing a certain threshold people start to implicitly see you as a woman, which is the thing that makes homophobic men hate us the most, because they hate that they could potentially be attracted to us

i think even more significantly reflecting on the fact that our internal universes are all so radically different that it's completely impossible that anyone else feel the "same" way you do, to most people who don't have the same or a similar thing going on in themselves that they don't like, we're just another other

I think I might be regressing.

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- Thu, 20 Feb 2020 14:41:37 EST wh5oOOVd No.407080
File: 1582227697000.jpg -(117802B / 115.04KB, 1293x1034) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I think I might be regressing.
Is it possible that you are regressing back into your pre-transition state even if you're still on hormones?

I am currently at 0.1mg Estrodial patches that I change twice a week and I've bee on this dosage forever. The worst part of it all is that I am likely going to be staying on this dosage for the foreseeable future as my doctors including my new doctor at the Desert Aids Center in Palm Springs told me that my liver is producing a lot of enzymes. I have an ultrasound scheduled on March 3rd.

But besides the estrogen I am also taking 100mg (or two 50mg tablets) of Spironolactone as well as a half pill of Finasteride. I also have some other general health medications and a Vitamin D deficiency.

I've noticed some things like I'm starting to get erections again which is something that I haven't had to worry about for the past year. Wet dreams which lead to ejaculation. My old older order slightly coming back. I thought all of these things were suppose to change. I feel like I'm suppose to be in Hell because I'm some wicked soul being punished for a deed that I have no memory of. Every time I get close to happiness it seems like it gets yanked away. I feel like I'm that one Greek mythological figure. I think his name was Tantalus.

Please tell me that the universe and my body isn't betraying me forcing me to go back to how I was off of the hormones to my sad and pathetic life as a guy. Things should be better for me now and yet it feels like I am slipping over the edge of a cliff that I once volunteer to jump off of only to regret it later.

Things should be better for me now. My insurance agreed to cover the cost for laser hair removal AND hair transplants. I'm seeing medical professionals who actually care and know what the fuck they're doing instead of treating this as if the year is 1910. Please tell me this is all in my head.

"Everyone told me that it would get better but every day feels exactly the same."
— "Sick of the Sun." Poppy.
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Angus Crorringdale - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 18:51:44 EST Oc36Wdvo No.407452 Reply
>>407446
My testosterone levels are being suppressed courtesy of the extra dosage of spironolactone and finasteride. However, my estrogen is below the desired amount that my doctor wants me to get to. Right now I'm on a two patches a week plan meaning I swap out two patches twice per day instead of one making four patches per week. I wish I could work up the nerve to just take injections.
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Lydia Pizzlesot - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 02:29:53 EST m+aRkf06 No.407466 Reply
>>407452
Injections are honestly not that bad. I can do them with 30g needles even. It's also nice to not need to take pills every day, makes it feel a bit less fake

mtf hair regrowth

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- Fri, 05 Jun 2020 13:08:04 EST LUxxkJzH No.407362
File: 1591376884122.jpg -(778560B / 760.31KB, 1762x963) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. mtf hair regrowth
I was really worried about having thinning hair before I started but about 5 months after starting HRT it's thicker than it's ever been, and it was really thick as a kid. It's hard to take a good picture but everything that doesn't stay combed down is new growth. Guess I thought I'd share for anyone else who is worried about it. I am still pretty young but I still had noticeable hair loss because it ran in the family, obviously with more loss it would take longer but usually the effect is the same, there are timelines of people almost completely bald having at least passable hair after a couple years. I think spiro contributes to this more, my dose since starting is 200mg and a weekly shot of 10mg estradiol valerate.

Also doesn't show in this pic well but the hair line is starting to come down too and once it actually fills in a bit more it won't have that distinctive male pattern of it going up on the sides
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Edward Heshforth - Sat, 25 Jul 2020 21:35:03 EST 31r/BKcO No.407459 Reply
>>407450
I think that's a combination of new growth and just her not brushing it well, but you can tell some of it is new, for me even at 9 months my hairline is completely different, it forms a distinctly female pattern, it's much thicker all over and the tiny spot on the top of my head is totally gone

I think if you're younger hair is actually one of the first things that noticeably changes, head hair gets thicker, body hair gets thinner, facial hair unfortunately remains the same, but for me at least when my skin started softening up I could shave a lot closer and against the grain without getting bumps, i mean i also started doing a psychotic self-care routine that includes shaving twice a day, usually for like a good 10-15 minutes

Transgender Representation in Video Games

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- Tue, 02 Jun 2020 17:42:12 EST sM8N4LHh No.407350
File: 1591134132858.png -(145660B / 142.25KB, 819x942) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Transgender Representation in Video Games
Recently, an infamous title among hardcore gamers- Dwarf Fortress- recently announced its intentions of adding transgender representation to the "Dwarf"s (main controllable characters of the games).

This created a lot of controversy (such as articles like these https://www.oneangrygamer.net/2019/03/dwarf-fortress-on-steam-will-feature-trans-dwarves-but-you-cant-talk-about-it-on-the-forums/80873/ ) and distasteful pictures such as the OP. Some people said they were going to create disturbing "murder farms" for transsexuals in game.

What do the people here think about this? Do you think Dwarf Fortress should include transgender dwarves, or do you think it would open our community to more abuse from bigots?
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Walter Snodson - Wed, 22 Jul 2020 14:15:01 EST LKzeRb2X No.407448 Reply
>>407444
>I don't agree with people making "trans kill farms" in any game, it's just a cuntish thing to do

Yeah, it sucks, and for a second the idea of someone doing that was upsetting, but just for a moment put yourself into the shoes of someone so hallow and pathetic that they're sitting at home wasting hours and hours solely to build a machine to kill imaginary trans dwarves in some obscure video game no one plays because they're so fucking mad at us for being accepted with-in the zeitgeist and their loser computer toucher selves are left by the wayside to wither and die in irrelevance, the world is leaving them and there's nothing they can do about it :)
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Phoebe Clunningbury - Sat, 25 Jul 2020 04:47:39 EST uFkXlVhe No.407455 Reply
>>407350
lmao the only reason people could possibly have for getting annoyed at this inclusion is bigotry, toady aims to add nearly every single thing imaginable to dwarf fortress, we can know details like what mood a dwarf is and and what their favourite food is
setting up kill farms for trans dwarfs would be kind of hard too, not saying you can't use the game to abuse dwarves but making some kind of contraption that can distinguish between dwarves on gender identity would basically be impossible, you wouldn't be able to do it right now with sexual orientation so I highly doubt you could do it with trans dwarves

MAXIMUM TIDDY

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- Fri, 17 Jul 2020 23:40:40 EST o3GbARwD No.407436
File: 1595043640294.jpg -(28658B / 27.99KB, 640x333) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. MAXIMUM TIDDY
i am starting HRT on monday. how can i maximize my titty growth in the first 6 months?

i am 5'5" ~130 lbs currently.
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Molly Cremmerstock - Sun, 19 Jul 2020 13:56:30 EST BimOVZ44 No.407438 Reply
There are a lot of ways people try. One is eating a bit more and gaining a little to give your body more material to work with to redistribute the fat and then you can cut, so you gain in the right places and lose in the right places, just keep in mind it's a lot harder to cut as a woman and doing cycles like this isn't great for you anyway.

Another is progesterone which helps with mood and breast growth specifically, they can give you oral and/or a cream to put on specific areas if theyre growing unevenly

dealing with almost no sex drive while still addicted to masturbating

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- Mon, 17 Feb 2020 08:49:43 EST 2LHwsSys No.407050
File: 1581947383243.png -(595903B / 581.94KB, 629x636) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. dealing with almost no sex drive while still addicted to masturbating
Anyone else have this problem after starting HRT? Like I physically don't want to, not like in a "I want to quit" way but in a "i have 0 sex drive but im still addicted to the dopamine", it's not enjoyable at all anymore unless the desire spontaneously comes into my head, which is like a couple times a week at this point but I still masturbate at least once or twice a day, even looking at wild porn on speed I feel "eh i just want to cum and be done"
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Ernest Dresslemone - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 08:13:38 EST LKzeRb2X No.407416 Reply
>>407415
damn it one HUNDRED percent is, if you like it there you should stay
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Nicholas Drannernag - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 12:43:08 EST 31r/BKcO No.407418 Reply
>>407416
>>407415
Matt is absolutely right about needing a community you can only post in if you like both shows
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Edwin Piblingbury - Tue, 21 Jul 2020 02:07:40 EST i8SyEHXB No.407443 Reply
I use THC mouthspray cuz I like the high - but once I started HRT, the desire went downnnn. I stopped the HRT for a while, and instant bone......well, after 3-4 weeks.

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- Thu, 07 May 2020 11:26:27 EST TxseZUUF No.407294
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Hey is there still anyone here form the good old days? 08-09 genderhack and shit?
Just wondering if anybody stuck around here that long.
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Charlotte Pindleman - Thu, 16 Jul 2020 06:35:24 EST EzAlSE1z No.407434 Reply
>>407294
Posted on here as a 14 year old cross dresser
now im just a 26 year old cross dresser
feels bad man
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George Hebberdale - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 21:19:58 EST t46wgOvN No.407490 Reply
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Me. Thanks for the support over the years.

>>407434
Oh god do I know how you feel, literally down to the age.
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Betsy Blallerbine - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 17:11:41 EST HlQYHTHW No.407606 Reply
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I used this board to vent and cry about my dysphoria a lot starting in early 2011, until I eventually got on hormones in 2013. So nothing of value there. Outside of the woe is me posting, it was pretty chill and encouraging seeing other peoples timelines and hearing about their experiences though.
Have a Miku.

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