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Is this a legitimate reason for transitioning? And other questions

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- Mon, 23 Jul 2018 01:49:55 EST XDDAMo6O No.405531
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FORWAR this was written during a molly comedown and after typing all this I just want to say I'm sorry. I was all over the place and most of it devolved to 'in my feelings' type shit. Even after 5 years almost I'm still deeply confused and I could use a bit of insight. To anyone who actually reads this all the way through, thank you. And to anyone who doesn't, I more than understand. Thank you girls.

I was 25 at the time I first started playing around with hormones. I was having serious body image issues at the time, I was very suicidal. Basically I had functional male genitalia as well as a very male distribution of fat. However because of puberty I wound up with a very feminine bone structure (pelvis tilted and wide as my shoulders, hips even wider than that, small hands narrow feet, spine shape, asscrack up to my bellybutton, no adams apple, basically everything).

Initially I wanted to kill myself for how I looked but I decided to start taking hormones instead. I wasn't trying to transition at that point, I just wanted to see what I was supposed to look like for once. What it would look like if my fat distribution actually matched my bone structure for once.

In a way I did like what the hormones did. My ass had always been this wide amorphous noshape, but after about 6 months of estrogen all the sudden it would have this almost perfect rounded heart shape to it. And all this other bone structure seemed like it all finally made sense for once. Even the mannerisms that I could feel I'd been suppressing all these years were finally allowed to breath and that alone felt really wonderful in a way.

At the same time though I developed this feeling of utter horror because of it. I still really wanted to be a man, or at least for society to perceive me that way. I just after looking at myself in the mirror like that I realized I was a freak no matter what. With the hormones I'm just this crossdresser wannabe female to most people, and if I go back to my old fat distribution then I'm just some weird chimpanzee half breed looking thing that women want nothing to do with.

I'm 29 and over halfway to 30 and basically I've been stuck on this question since all this shit started around the time I turned 25. Overall I've spent more time on hormones than off. Usually I'd hit hon status within about 6 months of starting. I never had any intention of actually dressing as a female so I'd have to back off for a few months every now and then just so my figure wouldn't get too out of control.

After taking estrogen for a while I realized how much I fucking hated the feeling of testosterone in my body for so many reasons other than my bones. That's why I've been in this limbo so long, I just can't accept the feeling of testosterone in my body anymore it grosses me out. At the same time I must admit I still really dislike the idea of transitioning. I've been asexual my whole life but I feel like if I do this I'm gonna become this pervert who walks around in women's clothes. Or at least that's what society will see me as. It's not about if I could pass or fail on an individual level, it's about what society thinks of transgenders as a people.

Anyways getting around to my questions... About four years ago I met this really nice guy. He was very shy about it but he's always seemed to have an interest in me. The 3 years we worked together to just last month when I bumped into him at the store. Up until now I guess mentally I've always felt an insistence that my romantic mate had to be a woman. But I'm to a point where I really don't feel that way anymore for some reason. Getting older I guess. I've been alone my entire life. I've had some spectacular failures with women over my life, my body issues and my asexuality have always tripped me up without fail. I've just come to realize it'll never happen, not with a woman at least.

My main question is thus I guess, is transitioning explicitly for the purpose of entering a relationship a legitimate reason to transition at all? It's definitely my feminine qualities this person likes and I do think even if I entered a relationship I'd still like it to be one with somewhat defined gender roles regardless of where I fall in it. It sounds legitimate to me but at the same time I have this feeling of fear that there's something else in my subco…
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Molly Brunningkock - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 20:08:33 EST F+xJNA9N No.405560 Reply
>>405531
I personally think you should relax on this trans-thing. It's an old phenomenon and way of life that has been around for thousands of years. Personally I think taking hormones frivolously without a well thought out timeline is poorly advised. It's a difficult path even if you're rich and pretty.

Personally I don't like how it's considered a congenital mental health disorder. That's the main turn off to being a trans.
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Polly Clazzledale - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 21:12:18 EST lsuwjA4h No.405597 Reply
>>405531
Post pictures of your body?

I have never seen any person's hips be as wide as their shoulders. That just doesn't exist in nature even with biological girls.

https://discord.gg/KNzz9Wk

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- Sat, 23 Jun 2018 17:56:43 EST XOLK1zBN No.405385
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Buncha tranners trying to keep it comfy

if that sounds like a thing you're into you should join, or not. It's your life
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Augustus Gangerfield - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 17:48:17 EST LmzLZI17 No.405398 Reply
Not that chill tbh
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Hamilton Parringspear - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 10:50:51 EST XOLK1zBN No.405582 Reply
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DICKS NOWHERE

Pass thread?

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- Sun, 25 Jun 2017 14:15:33 EST w+dGbFlw No.403559
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Couldn't find one so yeahh
Just wondering what I can do to look more passable?
Being 26, way too tall (6'7) and still not on horomes makes me feel like shit. All my friends say I pass, etc, but you know the drill. Doesn't help that my family doesn't understand why people even transition either, so my motivation isn't the greatest.
And yesss, I know my hair is shit.
Happy big Sunday.
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Matilda Crottingstock - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 13:18:09 EST 8QZZRZO7 No.405578 Reply
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Anyway, sorry to treat you to a veritable Schooln novel of this shit. I'm just surprised--I thought you might be mad or hurt by me potentially trivializing how hard/how much work is is to be a trans girl. But that's the story. And thank you for the compliment.

TL;DR It feels natchy to switch and I'm probably one'a them enbies though I don't really think of myself that way
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Archie Duckshaw - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 19:05:43 EST Mh9Cu0qP No.405579 Reply
>>405577

tbf its actually very cismale to dress up in womens clothing from time to time, especially in the alternative crowd. i know atleast three cis guys who dont identify as lgbtetc who regularly wear womens clothing in public, just for fun.

I think it especially helps with the de-gendering of clothing thats occurring in western society.
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Caroline Findersitch - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 19:23:19 EST /OG1EjaB No.405580 Reply
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>>405578
Nah, I'm not mad. I'm cis and I just come here to meme.


Not Gonna Transition

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- Fri, 20 Jul 2018 02:58:01 EST o85QKsOr No.405502
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After trying to transition three times I can say that I'm not going to do it in this lifetime.

First things first never ever share your intention to become a trans with anyone who isn't a trans. People will think all sorts of insane delusional things about you and make up all sorts of lies. Ignoring all facts,logic and reason because of their beliefs. They are more likely to try to kill you than assist you. This is one reason I'm chill with living the rest of my life as woman in a semi-handsome mans body.

I'm just going to say that they literally think I have AIDS now because I went to an informed consent clinic for the quote titty skittles. They were working pretty well and should have seen the electrolysist earlier. I would have been moderately hot with the ffs. Of course I would still be in a mans body and not a woman even with the horrible sexual reassignment surgery. That's a fucking dumb surgery to get; inb4 the I imminent shit storm.

Regardless I've come to the realization that becoming a trans woman is great but not for me. God basically promised me that I can become a woman after I die if I'm good. Of course I think that being trans is anyone's right. I think it's an ancient phenomena not a modern novelty. But the people around me made this ancient rite extremely difficult, funny enough it's always been difficult. Again most people are unenlightened and irrational.

As for remaining a man there are countless women who want to be a man and are men in women's bodies so I can deal with the reverse being true. My life is a character building excercise in an infinite universe. So the petty concerns of mortal life are ultimately irrelevant for someone who is supposed to believe in more. I refuse to limit myself to this mad-world.
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Lydia Fuckingstone - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 23:51:13 EST /OG1EjaB No.405535 Reply
>>405529
Yet you asked to have this shit explained to you, so why the FUCK are you giving me sass for doing so?
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Thomas Hettingville - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 22:58:05 EST xxQWec2S No.405540 Reply
Well I'm not sure on the specifics of Christianity and transgenderism. I know in primitive Islam though that a person who was transgender was obligated to dress, live, and conduct themselves according to their identified gender. Supposedly when you get to heaven God does fix the issue but you're still obligated to properly observe your gender identity while alive.
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Beatrice Famblewet - Sun, 29 Jul 2018 20:29:49 EST F+xJNA9N No.405556 Reply
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Contemporary Christianity is essentially a small part of the truth the same with most religious systems. There are plenty of reasons why nobody should care it's almost like Atheism in its absurdity, nice in concept but poor in practice.

butchimus

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- Tue, 24 Jul 2018 01:23:13 EST 0kNuE9NP No.405536
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my dick fell off help
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Matilda Chegglepack - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 14:40:24 EST j2fI3czC No.405546 Reply
Oh shit bro, can I...like...bro it's not gay, can I like fuck your newhole?

Hey check it out

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!dzNq2i3.n2 - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 11:59:49 EST 5kJsMN14 No.405349
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Do I pass?!
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Phineas Socklefoot - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 03:40:49 EST j4rkcr69 No.405473 Reply
>>405366


bitcoin makes me feel sick. It is something i gave up on way, way too early. i could have changed the world. Oh if I could start again, even with the choice of growing up cis, i'd still suffer through it for the cash.
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Doris Drudgepune - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 21:00:00 EST h9n+pWzL No.405484 Reply
>>405483
I don't believe you really mean that!

I bet all you ISIS-apologists just want a harem with four wives, maybe trans ones. Maybe maybe-trans ones. Maybe you're even hoping to include an ex-ISIS waifu who had been physically transitioned for the purpose of snackbarring hirself.

Or maybe you're those gay raving Islamophiles who rally behind muslims while blocking all awareness that they're the complete opposite of your ultra-homophilic depravity and you want to be part of a reverse harem with four husbands.

Potential DIY Castration Technique

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- Sat, 20 May 2017 04:13:12 EST 2IbZEiEJ No.403288
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So, I have been thinking about self-castration.
Actually removing the testicles surgically seems a bit technically difficult for me, so I've been thinking of alternative methods. One possibility is CaCl2 injection. But that would leave some remnant of the testicles which may not be ideal.

So the idea I am thinking of now is, threading a needle and thread through the scrotum, and tying off the spermatic cords so as to stop bloodflow to the testicles and cause them to die and be reabsorbed by the body. This seems minimally invasive and like something I could handle doing by myself, and presumably wouldn't leave a testicular remnant.

Has anyone ever heard of something like this? Have you done it yourself? What do you think of the risk of infection? Since the scrotum itself would still be alive and healthy, to me it seems like it might not be too big of a risk, but I could also take antibiotics while they are reabsorbed by the body to be safe.

Well, what are your thoughts? Does it seem feasible? Are there any risks besides infection to consider?
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Nathaniel Derringford - Mon, 09 Jul 2018 05:52:22 EST qD4aWDPS No.405447 Reply
>>405446
>1-2 mL or less
Maybe not less; in that range. nb.
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Nell Fanspear - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 13:47:17 EST osA1MrQo No.406595 Reply
>>405448
I had mine done with that doc fro myorchie, as a warning his stitching is not that good

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