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Any other FTMs on here? by Eugene Feggleman - Sat, 14 May 2016 12:52:46 EST ID:PxDyI8oY No.398302 Banned Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Don't worry tranny girls, I'm not trying to take over your space, I'm just wondering if any other FTMs visit this site.
>inb4 calling me a girl
>inb4 REEEE get out
User was Tinal'd for this post
User was banned by: SeVeNaD
Reason: You can go now.
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Shitting Grimdock - Sun, 15 May 2016 09:12:47 EST ID:sXJJd4QZ No.398306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just swung by the board for a look but it surprises me that I've met several just at pissups on my pretty small uni campus. I guess like a hobby or special interest once you are chums with somebody then you end up in some of their circles, but I've met more than I've seen unfortunately obvious MTFs on campus. You'd think it would be the other way around with how easily FTMs pass after they find a friendly barber and go on testosterone for a while.
Oryx - Sun, 15 May 2016 20:49:19 EST ID:fhYF9S8L No.398308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
most of them literally treat it like a hobby to receive extra super special attention
John Blackgold - Mon, 16 May 2016 08:33:23 EST ID:TbEnlZQM No.398309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lol wat why was this post banned?

Maybe this is a Bump When Trans thread

Caroline Crindleforth - Mon, 16 May 2016 09:59:10 EST ID:kDwV0Gni No.398311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Check the rng. I believe its because they figured out this was just some troll.
Fuck Drongerdale - Mon, 16 May 2016 23:57:42 EST ID:DxE3I9FB No.398313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hi guys.

I can never pass, what do I do now? by forever a man !!FZiLXxZ1 - Mon, 04 Apr 2016 12:59:29 EST ID:y/ap2FSd No.397941 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I started hrt last year at 25 and now I am 26 and never missed a dose, its been 14 months of hrt. I got all the changes I think I will ever get out of hrt, I mean 14 months is a long long time to be on hormones with perfect levels and not end up passing.

So I am asking now what the fuck do I do? I can't pass so I can't even go full time as a girl and I don't want to live anymore because all I ever wanted was to be a girl and be seen as a girl and not a freak. What do I do with my life now knowing I will never become a girl like all of you were so lucky to become?
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Fanny Dambledale - Fri, 15 Apr 2016 15:14:06 EST ID:fi+PR+bc No.398077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
buncha rude ass niggas in this thread.
i love you forever a man. at least youve been able to try your sexualities. im stuck unable to. qq
Fucking Cimmerforth - Tue, 26 Apr 2016 17:25:15 EST ID:w7ndXbSD No.398120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You never really know. She may just be fishing for attention in a place she's familiar with, setting herself up for whatever of that sort comes, such as getting stalked by chasers of course.
Sophie Crettingwater - Tue, 26 Apr 2016 22:20:42 EST ID:rxZgzhGx No.398127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i was fucking full time before i was on hormones, i didnt pass at the time, but i sure as hell pass now... there is alot of shit that goes into being a woman. for starters maybe dressing like one would help
Betsy Worthingcocke - Wed, 27 Apr 2016 00:58:15 EST ID:xYsIvlCq No.398131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dont bump a kayla thread, go away.
Oryx - Sun, 15 May 2016 20:43:52 EST ID:fhYF9S8L No.398307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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sup Kayla don't loose hope =}

Vaping nicotine while on hrt by Snow - Wed, 11 May 2016 00:25:50 EST ID:ikKOO2ZV No.398265 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you think vaping a small amount of nicotine(bottle says 1%) will block estrogen the same way standard cigarettes do?

I'm around 2 months hrt and last month when I started smoking a fag a day a week later I noticed my skin wasn't as soft and my facial hair started growing like it did pre-hrt, obviously I stopped as soon as I noticed, but I'm also addicted to nicotine...Do you think vaping a tiny amount will have the same effect?

Also, general smoking/420 thread I guess.
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Walter Finnerspear - Fri, 13 May 2016 01:49:45 EST ID:biSFtgyF No.398288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nicotine from vaping has a lower absorption rate so 1mg e-liquid != 1mg real cigarette (and depends on the person IIRC), when I switched from a pack a day it was like 5ml of 18mg/mL a day to keep cravings away.

Also all the e juice I've ever bought is measure in mg per mL, 24mg and 18mg are usually the highest level people sell, although if you're using a sub ohm atomizer you'll vape more at a lower level and probably get the same amount of nicotine.

Also I've been on 200 mcg patches for 2 years with an on again off again meth and or amph addiction and vape a decent amount and am not dead yet! (your mileage may vary)
Snow - Fri, 13 May 2016 16:12:02 EST ID:ikKOO2ZV No.398290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Great info, thanks.

I'm gonna try slowing it down, save it for when my anxiety is high, rather than vaping all day I guess.
Jenny Cemmlewater - Fri, 13 May 2016 19:07:41 EST ID:q85IKtYV No.398294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
since this is a smoking thread, it wouldnt be off topic to ask how weed affects estrogen? is it inadvisable to smoke weed while on hrt?
Eugene Snodhall - Fri, 13 May 2016 19:10:17 EST ID:kIwc0/Ng No.398295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I hear weed is a light aa. I dunno i smoke cigs and weed im unhealthy af, i still have experienced feminization from hrt, my levels are right etc.
Snow - Fri, 13 May 2016 21:57:51 EST ID:ikKOO2ZV No.398298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I asked my hrt doctor about this and he says it's just tobacco that's a no-go. I smoke pot every week and had no problems, but as soon as I smoked a few cigs my breasts stopped hurting and facial hair grew quicker.. Nicotine is the devil yo.

NB Trans by Ted? - Sun, 21 Feb 2016 18:37:03 EST ID:mr0KGJth No.397399 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Shoutout to all my NB trans folk who literally stay in the closet because they don't have the spoons to explain their shit to every other person.

Also ITT: pronouns
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Walter Blettingsurk - Fri, 06 May 2016 12:37:57 EST ID:lJCyEqvH No.398217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ugh that's kinda way messier than I thought it was before reading back over it lol.

Anyway so I guess a difference thing here too that might tie it together some more.

There can be a feminine man or a masculine man. They can want to make a new stereotype/gender that describes them better maybe.

There can be someone born male(sex) that is masculine or feminine, that has a problem with their body and wants to transition their body to the feminine side. "dysphoria" but to whatever degree or whatever reason you know not trying to be like you have to have this to do this of course lort lol.

The idea of gender is unnecessary for transition lol. Maybs is something that is implied here and stuff.

It's just like how do you want your body, you have these options lol.

Idk though, there is perhaps an area that I'm leaving out though it may fit in as some of the things I've said but someone claiming it might disagree and I wouldn't argue because I don't know what it's like for them, or again anyone besides myself. Or just more human thingss. Maybe for practicality, maybe for human things like "who am I?" and belonging, or powaaa, etc idk haha. Idk I'll just leave all this lol
Walter Blettingsurk - Fri, 06 May 2016 14:03:29 EST ID:lJCyEqvH No.398218 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also I kinda want to say totally different and unrelated and Imma post everywhere and on everything until other people start posting XD haha

people don't just call you she all of the sudden. Unless you asked them to, you either for example never had a voice that would be considered male or you adjust it enough to not be obviously male. Also unless awesome genetics you are probably putting some effort into appearance, butttt that could be iffy, if you just said you get called she sometimes and didn't say it like you get called it allll the time aka passing basically then that'd be another thing too. But I mean maybe your genetics were just conducive and what I said about the voice thing too but yeah =P idk lol

And you clothes maybe they fit alright at least? haha yeah anyway bored I guesss, oh you did say "mostly" lol, well alrighty then. I mean realistically fitting into one side or the other is probably advantageous and it probably doesn't have to be too much of a stretch from your "true self" or wtf ever lol etc no strong point here lol
Walter Blettingsurk - Fri, 06 May 2016 14:05:08 EST ID:lJCyEqvH No.398219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
as if a conceivable "true self" had to do with appearance or gender anyway =P maybe it does maybe it doesn't lol nbnbnb
Emma Backlehat - Sat, 07 May 2016 10:27:32 EST ID:lczA4sjB No.398232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think you got the big picture about right.
I wouldn't say that being non-binary and self-identifying as a particular gender is a "stereotype" as much as it is choosing yourself where you think you belong, because I doubt that there are many stereotypes about being agender, genderfluid or something as not many people identify as those yet.

It's kinda about choosing where you belong.

It's frustrating that some people believe that you always play for a team and that you are automatically similar to some people depending on their gender. "You think this because you are male", "You should do this as a dude", "Guys on the left, gals on the right". It's divisive and I hate that shit.
George Blackdale - Thu, 12 May 2016 04:54:21 EST ID:xEN5S4XT No.398278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can just say energy, energy works, the sentence in fact becomes clearer if you just say energy

I did something brave by Sidney Sivinglock - Fri, 29 Apr 2016 01:37:02 EST ID:aW2TvBdS No.398149 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm pretty sure I'm trans. I've come out to my girlfriend, my family, my friends. I've changed my name to something more feminine. But I can't seem to bring myself to dress feminine. I have bad social anxiety. I wear dresses and skirts and all that at home, but as soon as I have to go outside I put on men's pants and a t-shirt, because I am extremely self-conscious. A big part is that I am deeply ashamed of my femininity. Also, my body is noticeably masculine. I am afraid of being visibly trans. This fear has made me repress my true self.

But today, I put on a skirt and a nice top my girlfriend gave to me, and I walked outside in broad daylight. I walked down busy streets, went to class where people knew me, ordered food at a restaurant, and didn't even break a sweat. Nothing out of the ordinary happened. I'd say I was even less anxious than I normally am, just because I wasn't hiding anymore. Some people gave me nasty looks, and I didn't even care. Why should I care what random strangers think of me?

I feel very proud of myself. It took a lot of hard work and determination to get to this point. Since I came out to myself two years ago, I have grown a lot. I hope that someday soon I can go full time and stop worrying about all this dumb gender stuff. I just wanna get on with my life!
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Esther Chupperstuck - Tue, 10 May 2016 09:07:56 EST ID:7zyCPCL2 No.398252 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just wanted to point out that this thread is about patting op on the back and saying you're proud of them for being an idiot
Emma Drullerbire - Tue, 10 May 2016 10:22:27 EST ID:lJCyEqvH No.398253 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's really more like "why was this person being so shitty/what happened to them?" lol
Clara Sivingwack - Tue, 10 May 2016 13:21:09 EST ID:DOEUwA1y No.398256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's about overcoming hurdles in life you autist.
Simon Worthingson - Tue, 10 May 2016 13:47:07 EST ID:IYdQvxZO No.398257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you could use a pat yourself, your insight astounds
Emma Drullerbire - Tue, 10 May 2016 16:58:44 EST ID:lJCyEqvH No.398258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
omg that reminds of this line from this video game with ninjas with big heads like throwing stars and stuff and the sensei guy was like "Your grasp of the obvious astounds me" and it was perty hilarious and totally caught you off guard sorta lol

Frans? Also feeling overwhelmed by Lillian Wanderchen - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 16:34:12 EST ID:04Um/4nr No.397138 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How does one take steps to making friends as a girl? I feel like all of my friends have the wrong things in common with me and id be better off without them. Id like to make friends that are girls or even friends that i feel more comfortable being myself around. Whenever i consider challenges like this, the things im really up against it makes cyanide and bridge ledges oh so tempting. I need a complete overhaul and dont even know how to begin. Theres no question that going on like i am ends in suicide but trying to change makes me feel even more hopless
Reuben Gooddock - Tue, 09 Feb 2016 20:11:40 EST ID:uMxYoCPw No.397169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
saying that there is a world of difference between how guys interact with guys and how women interact with women is still a pretty big understatement.

If you want advice, just try being way more considerate and polite.
This is not advice on how to be a woman BTW so please do not read this as "this is what women do" this is what people do when they dont want to be a rude jerk.

Some people LOVE rude jerks, including women.

So basically you want to make NEW friends, im assuming since you are here you are probably not the MOST attractive person/ality and maybe have a oddities about yourself, maybe your posture or shape, but voice is going to be the big one, the way you speak and the learned inflections will play a huge role in how you come off when talking to your female peers.

So advice:
Try not to talk as much, try to ask questions and listen more , try smiling and making sure the person you are talking to knows you are interested in what theyre saying. When it is your turn to talk, try keeping what you share to the same level as whats been shared with you, do not bring up anything TOO personal, DO NOT try to escalate the new encounter to a level of intimate freindship, but dont take it TOO slow. Try and share something about yourself that you WANT people to know about you - If this contradicts the first advice, so be it. If its important they know about your anxiety then bring it up, maybe make a joke about it if you can - if they understand then you are one step closer to having a good freinds, if they don't - then you aren't losing anything.

This is why listening and asking questions is so important in making friends. Sometimes however, people (in this case other women) dont want to be super close, be aware that you might like this person allot and that they are simply being polite!
this can be hard at times, and its important to remember that its not ALWAYS because you are trans. BUT it could be that because you are trans you have very poor social skills and most people are not going to have the patience for you.
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Graham Neshdetch - Sun, 08 May 2016 17:12:39 EST ID:Yz3+7+zE No.398237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397169 This is good

Also, Try to go make friends doing things you enjoy. Don't settle for just having friends by circumstances, go make friends naturally doing things you enjoy. It's ok to do stuff alone and meet people.
Graham Neshdetch - Sun, 08 May 2016 17:16:03 EST ID:Yz3+7+zE No.398238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Double reply sorry, but I also have that pinting

assistance or opinionsz by Caroline Gebberfuck - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 16:31:04 EST ID:fBWolKLj No.397930 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey friends.

Browsed here for a while and wondering what you all think.

On and off since 16 Ive gone through cycles of thinking I am trans (getting diagnosed with GID and getting endo refferal at one point) and then freaking out and purging and trying over mostly do to fear and disbelief at ever being able to pass or transition.

i am 20 now and thinking my chances are slim of ever successfully transitioning. I have a fairly masculine job and just I am pretty muscles but deep down I still would do anything to be female.

Not sure what to do. I have gone through phases where I try to live as male who I am and it usually ends up with me breaking down.

dunno what do you all think?
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Lydia Hottingdock - Thu, 05 May 2016 19:03:12 EST ID:lJCyEqvH No.398207 Ignore Report Quick Reply
At first I was like imma show 'em

but now I don't care nor have the energy lol

but if they talk to me, they find out, usually

sometimes I might be a bit too much lol in a certain way, run ons and/or blocks of text etc lol

transition or not work on yourself, maybe, though maybe you'll come to a different outcome than me(still don't mean transition or not)

and try to be the best person you can I guess in this world

people can see that, I like to think
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Lydia Hottingdock - Thu, 05 May 2016 19:48:15 EST ID:lJCyEqvH No.398208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I was looking for the pic that also had "I'm not even religious but that made me feel better" under it lol, but I just feel like this throws to the kind of feelings/things you get out of tripping anyway, which is what I decided I wanted to come back and say more about, because sometimes I forget that's probably a decently large reason for probably good things.

Tap into the divine beautiful part of yourself ^_^ haha, your existence is 150% as valid as anyone else's. Always things to consider of course. It might not be what society seems to consider or what you think most people will consider as something but like you are alive. Unique. Divine. Nothing else like you, you are as important or not important as anyone else. Like do whatever brings you joy and stuff.

Normally at this point I hate platitudes lol. But I still use this to my advantage lol. And like for real though. Even if it's not what you seemd to want, androgyny for example, idk it can be so amazing lol. There are people out there that will appreciate you. I guess that's always a fear. It might be rough and stuff still don't get me wrong but yeah. Idk, I just wanted to ramble a bit more I guess.

Of course also no one is perfect from the beginning(or ever lol but anyway) and new things are rough and I hate this and to look stupid myself probably lol, but gosh that is a thing that will hold you back in all areas of your life.

Even though it's been really rough for me there have been amazing things and times too. I feel so much deeper for it lol. Idk what exactly I mean by deeper. Perhaps dramatic lmao lame. But still. Massive ups and downs or numbness? you still get some of both either way lol. Yeah I need to stop lol I tried some things
Augustus Widdlehut - Fri, 06 May 2016 20:21:06 EST ID:dLm+gU3P No.398223 Ignore Report Quick Reply

It's mostly fear of being feminine or androgynous. When I was 13/14 I used to get mistaken as a girl sometimes and I would get endless shit from my family about it. Or anything feminine I did. Doing anything feminine just makes me feel very anxious even though I enjoy it and that anxiety just sort of spoils it.
George Puffingstat - Fri, 06 May 2016 20:27:30 EST ID:S+BZQ63v No.398224 Ignore Report Quick Reply
same thing happened to me in my early teens and I think it's part of the reason why I'm so vulnerable when it comes to getting misgendered
Sidney Ciggleworth - Fri, 06 May 2016 21:06:31 EST ID:lJCyEqvH No.398225 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I feel like when I was younger I would get offended if someone implied feminine or I feel like somewhat was actively aware or not trying to come off as "gay" for some reason not that I thought I did?

But getting shit from your family is a lot worse and that sucks. I really took what you said as like some borderline troll person saying this is how the world sees you you disgusting trannies lol. So I guess maybe it was more personal than that. That sucks though =/ It's bullshit. Fuck them, in that way anyway, and their bullshit.

maybs try tripping after all ymmv idk

idk try to work through it not even to like necessarily work up to transitioning even but just to get over that however and idk ways except maybe psychedelics which can be pretty powerful I'd say though again ymmv as always obligatory warning lol. What are other ways humans work through trauma? Oh like mindfulness too right. Just recognize it and know and ride it out and what like slow exposure? How does this stuff work? lol. Does thinking and working out how fucked up it is that they were like that like how it's ridiculous to think being feminine is negative or that anyone can't be feminine, etc. Idk. That does suck thoughh also idk what I'm talking about after the mention of psychedelics really or after mindfulness somewhat I guess.


How do you mean? I might relate, like to get misgendered is that people see that you as male or maleness and also trying to be feminine? So like the not wanting to a "man in a dress" type feeling? If they see you as a girl it's chill but if you realize they were seeing you as a guy you all the sudden feel super disgusted by it all? haaaa =/ like seeing a guy with a girl voice etc or something idk blehh ughhh

Growing up with a trans father by John Brecklekick - Fri, 29 Apr 2016 09:48:49 EST ID:9rmS74JQ No.398155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello everyone. I'm not 100% sure why exactly I'm posting this, other than to reach out and possibly help others and maybe find some people to relate to. This topic is hard to discuss in day to day life and even more difficult to find people that I can connect with.

I'm in my mid 20's now, male. My biological father came out to me and my mom when I was about 10. They were both in their late 30's. It was a shock and my mom immediately wanted complete separation. I was able to keep a good relationship with both of them, and nowadays they're friends again. It was difficult though. My father (now female) is fully passable, post-op. People never know she's trans unless she tells them. When we go places together people think she's my mom (which is weird, but better than obvious tg dad).

I'm still trying to understand how it's affected my growth as a person. I'm mainly looking for others who have grown up with a TG parent, but I'd also love to help anyone that I can in any way I might be able to.

TL;DR My father came out as trans when I was young, my parents divorced, it was a long and brutal ~10 years, but now everything is good.
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Nigel Clennerhet - Thu, 05 May 2016 09:03:22 EST ID:eo22g/1Q No.398202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this is a wall of text to end all wall of texts.

But yeah, I agree with you. I'm trying not to bring it up, and it should only get easier as I get more used to being treated female and it's no longer a talking point for me.

Bleh, life is hard ;0
Hedda Paffingbuck - Thu, 05 May 2016 09:51:58 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah sorry lol

And you could still maybe find someone else to talk about it to! Though that could be difficult, not a transperson would be like okay maybe and a transperson you might actually run into some of the same issues with, in either direction. Thinking about it now ha but anyway yeah. Maybe just your mom? I mean cis mom? Ha idk I assume stuff and stuff idk is it hopeless for them or do they just feel that way? Idk I'm sure you've thought about all of this and not trying t say what to do or really get you to answer because like I said I'm sure you know more of the situation than you could ever tell me so yeah. Life is certainly hardd
Charlotte Blocklework - Thu, 05 May 2016 23:43:24 EST ID:w7ndXbSD No.398209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Damn, you fucking suck. Having a father with an empathy-demanding special burden is a total fucking load of bullshit, whether he's a faggot of one sort or another or standard issue narcissist, or an alcoholic or whatever along those lines, all these attention-gobbling special little snowflakes need to get their brains ventilated.

This absolute lunacy isn't just gonna go on, people will wake up and stop taking this shit and stand up for themselves.

But, oh well, deeply sorry you're permanently damaged in more ways than you're even guessing at.
Ernest Fushlutch - Fri, 06 May 2016 06:56:16 EST ID:eo22g/1Q No.398211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My mum died a year before we both came out :/ They're my only parent.

They are on mones so I just try to keep the conversation there. I ask them a lot about how genders get treated and stuff, I try to ask them a lot about tips and stuff, since they're a source of wisdom
Walter Blettingsurk - Fri, 06 May 2016 08:47:56 EST ID:lJCyEqvH No.398213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ahh I'm sorry =/ Gah that is rough. I wish you and them or whatever the best and that things like work out well and stuff <3


I am still alive! by Ryo !!tnEhNx11 - Wed, 30 Mar 2016 06:35:30 EST ID:Rwtd9Twz No.397874 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey there, not sure if anyone remembers me but I am bored and drunk and decided to pop back into the public domain. My name is Ryo and I made an appearance on this site about seven years ago, around the same time I decided to start living fulltime as a woman (age 22.) A lot has happened but I have remained female the entire time, went off of hormones --although I think I will probably give them another shot after I have children with the woman I am with now. So the pciture, which is a few days old, represents my progression without HRT and only just working on make-up and not much more. I do plan to get breast augmentation soon but as it stands that's about as far as I have come in my transition, and to be honest I am glad I have really just been feeling it out for a number of years. Never did speak to a therapist... sometimes I wonder what it would have been like if I never decided to do this, but never have I regretted it, as hard as it was and as mean as some people sometimes were.

I don't know what I am really getting it, I guess I still just see a lot of prospective and curious people on here. I have got a few years under my belt and some stories if anyone wants to ask me ect.
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Hannah Hinningtat - Wed, 04 May 2016 15:46:10 EST ID:wWWjQH8j No.398198 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm not Ryo, but to the last point it's probably ymmv but that sterility thing has never been researched or proven. Anecdotally I know a few trans women (on record) who had taken hormones for 5 years and quit for 6 months so she could conceive with her partner. She was successful, as were others. People like to talk like they know, but we really dont, and doctors (many whom have never had to deal with this, let alone research this particular topic) are no better. I personally believe we will return to fertility if we quit the medicine, but what do I know?
Samuel Goodham - Wed, 04 May 2016 21:26:44 EST ID:bGbaRmye No.398199 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Also not Ryo but the notion of <permanent> sterility is a load of crap, imo. I haven't banked sperm, been on full dose hrt for 3 years and I plan on getting off of them to have a child in my future. I've read quite a few accounts of women stopping hrt to conceive.
Frederick Berringstatch - Wed, 04 May 2016 23:04:27 EST ID:EoyxZRX/ No.398200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh, well I feel like a Darwin award winner now.

I'd be really interested to know how it goes for you two, and OP, when you do try to conceive, so please give your updates if / when that day comes.
Hedda Paffingbuck - Thu, 05 May 2016 09:57:32 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's still healthier not to be taking AA's all the time, it's not like there was no good reason to do it. Plus lots of other relative things and stuff you could look at to be like well it's not such a big deal ha, depending on maybe who you ask and what they think about things =P
Ryo !!tnEhNx11 - Fri, 06 May 2016 02:41:59 EST ID:1xmCJK7z No.398210 Ignore Report Quick Reply

We met on a dating site. I had actually been with a few girls who had only been with genetic females up until me and didn't mind it. Also, I was completely open and honest on my profile obviously. Further I'll note that of course not every lesbian would have been down and it is obviously a certain type to be open to dating trans women but they are out there and I don't really think it makes them any less of lesbians. That being said, I was actually going to quit the whole online dating thing until I met my current gf and we've been together for almost four years. She's real cool, has her head on straight and helped me in a lot of ways get mine on too.

No, she doesn't want me to be a father to any children we have, she expects a mom mom situation. How we address it with the trans element from the get go is something I personally haven't figured out yet either but I am not going put a child in a place that will make their life harder because of it. Kind of sucks that the climate of trans awareness in the country has been taking some scary shitty turns lately, but you know what people generally are shitty at attempting to understand something outside their scope.

HORMONES: Okay I guess I wasn't really clear originally, I took them for about two years before stopping but not because I wanted to reproduce. Basically I was in a pretty shitty situation at that time, emotionally and financially, I was doing a lot of stupid shit, and when I had started estradiol injections the mood swings were actually pretty bad for me. I had also moved back to Arizona where they do not have informed consent and my insurance company at the time wasn't really being too cool with me being on them. I have meant to get back on them when I had gotten a grip on my life and at the moment we are just holding off to see if I can even have children, if I can't I think I am ready to start again before I get too old and gross and we will find some other avenue to get children in the future.

trans Christians by Cyril Pozzlebidging - Sun, 13 Dec 2015 00:34:41 EST ID:xPDcwX0x No.395948 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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are there any trans believers IN THE MESSIAH here?

"There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus."
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Sophie Crettingwater - Tue, 26 Apr 2016 22:30:09 EST ID:rxZgzhGx No.398128 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i only believe in God because i met the devil tripping on multiple occasions, btw the devil is a liar... praise jesus christ our lord and savior, btw he will ask u at the time of death to say his name, and u will say his name trust me
Walter Cisslelock - Wed, 27 Apr 2016 07:59:11 EST ID:i5IxdO1j No.398137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How big was religion in your life before all of that?
Laura Honstein - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 11:30:13 EST ID:FlAYbdp9 No.398166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you silly goys and your silly hippie jew fanboyism, smh fam tbh
Sidney Grimstone - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 22:51:42 EST ID:rxZgzhGx No.398171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i was a full on athiest, i used to believe God was a creation of man
Phoebe Fushman - Sun, 01 May 2016 08:01:22 EST ID:uZjB8WIm No.398175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Your family you were raised with, etc? =P Where are you from? =P

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Alternatives to Spiro by Cyril Pocklewark - Thu, 07 Apr 2016 12:17:38 EST ID:QK0dXDnJ No.397992 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I was thinking of switching my AA from spiro to something else more powerful. I looked at flutamide and saw that it was really strong but possibly has some negative side effects. But there are similar drugs now with less side effects apparently. One I was looking at is bicalutamide:


Since this has like a 5 day half life and seems really effective at inhibiting the androgen receptor, I was thinking it sounds like it could be decent for an AA. I'm already on 200 mg/day of spiro and last I checked my test was around 1.0 (forgot units but in those units female range is like 0-0.7), and I'll probably get another blood test at some point soonish but I don't want to go up to 250 or 300 mg spiro if I don't have to. Seeing as spiro is short lived and has some agonistic effects on the androgen receptor, where as bicalutamide is a silent antagonist I was wondering if maybe it'd make sense to switch to it instead.

Anybody have any experience with/knowledge of these types of non-steroidal AA? Including flutamide, etc.?
Doris Shakegold - Thu, 07 Apr 2016 13:17:54 EST ID:AsQ4KIrd No.397993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would also like to know about alternatives to spiro
I was self medding in the UK but recently stopped because spiro was causing me really weird heart pains and palpitations, despite me being otherwise fit and healthy
so far I can't find anything else available though
Cyril Pocklewark - Thu, 07 Apr 2016 18:55:32 EST ID:QK0dXDnJ No.397996 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Common in Europe is cyproterone acetate.
John Pittwater - Sun, 24 Apr 2016 12:39:28 EST ID:QK0dXDnJ No.398114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bump. Does anyone have any knowledge about bicalutamide?

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