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experiences lowering dose of spiro

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- Sat, 31 Jul 2021 19:57:52 EST LKzeRb2X No.408626
File: 1627775872422.jpg -(44732B / 43.68KB, 1000x1000) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. experiences lowering dose of spiro
i'm on 200mg right now but the cocktail of meds i'm on is causing me to get some wicked constipation, i'm trying diet/supplements to fix it before i change anything for good, i reduced wellbutrin from 300mg to 150mg for a couple days and couldn't handle it, so i'll cross that bridge when i come to it but not now i like the drug if not for this one specific side-effect, the other probably most culpable med is glycopyrrolate that i take for hyperhidrosis i'm on the max dose of that but it's not an option in any way shape or form for me to reduce that one, i still get breakthrough sweating for no apparent reason let alone when it's hot or i'm doing work, and for whatever reason cutting wellbutrin in half made the sweating even worse bizarrely even though it's not an SSRI so i don't know why stopping it would cause that

i've heard even from my doctor that after being on estrogen for a year or two you can lower the dose of it and it doesn't affect T levels too much but i'm really reticent to try since my hairs filled in dramatically, my skins cleared up to the point i have a couple blemishes now and then mostly on my arms, and it's so much softer and smoother to the point it's visibly slow, my body hairs thinned dramatically, my body and facial hair grows much more slowly, i feel great, good energy, and i really don't want to change anything that would mess this up, especially the hair, but i'm not sure what's from estrogen and what's from lack of testosterone or how well higher estrogen levels will keep test down by itself, and i think cutting it would help with both the constipation and the sweating at the same time so i'd be willing to give it a try in theory if dietary changes don't cut it, the constipations slowly gotten worse and worse since being on HRT i don't think that's the cause but i don't know what is, since i've been on all of my other meds for a year before i even started and i only started noticing it being extremely bad the way it is now a few months ago
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Hedda Paffinglet - Mon, 09 Aug 2021 13:04:28 EST HXrA8HQX No.408635 Reply
He has me on 10mg/week but I get a 100mg vile every mpnth is what I'm saying
Hedda Paffinglet - Mon, 09 Aug 2021 13:11:50 EST HXrA8HQX No.408636 Reply
I don't mind the shots that much honestly, still don't like the thought of lowering/cutting out spiro for some reason, I've been on HRT for a little over a year and a half now and I've been really pleased with my results so far so I'm hesitant to change anything at all, especially since stuff like hair regrowth and my skin clearing up and softening quite a bit, I wonder if estrogen monotherapy keeps DHT down very well
Shit Bebblekack - Tue, 10 Aug 2021 10:12:14 EST 9QN5bfKc No.408640 Reply
I dunno about DHT since my doctor doesn't check that, but on E monotherapy I've also had appreciable skin improvements and softening, and also noticed hair regrowth a month or to ago, plus steady, consistent breast development, and I'm just approaching 5 months this week.

I also don't know what's from E and what's from suppressed T, but I got full suppression on injectable E alone.

Is the trans community more educated and more likely to come from a privileged background?

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- Tue, 22 Jun 2021 03:09:36 EST FgtzGzTH No.408521
File: 1624345776323.jpg -(8386B / 8.19KB, 300x168) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Is the trans community more educated and more likely to come from a privileged background?
Not trans people themselves, but rather the community. Anyone can be born trans just as anyone can be born gay or straight or black or white or rich or poor.

However, to have come to the realization that you are trans, and then to have had the support systems or the ability to find therapists and doctors who could help you transition is something that perhaps only a more privileged class can attain in today's society.

I don't want to be misunderstood, and I wish to be corrected where I am wrong, and I do think society is rapidly changing, but is there an educational and financial gap between those who identify as trans and those who do not?

Just a thought that has occurred to me.
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Graham Clogglechire - Sat, 17 Jul 2021 06:46:20 EST x29iwX2o No.408598 Reply
I wish you were wrong comrade, but that is why capitalism is a scourge to all of us. Under a working society anyone who needed to come out could
Priscilla Chirrychick - Thu, 12 Aug 2021 11:19:06 EST KbUlGEbw No.408644 Reply
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I do think this is partially true. I know a girl who is young and from a wealthy family but has been almost in stasis three years into transition because she has so much neocon shame built up, even though her parents are accepting enough of her being trans to finance surgeries (much faster than I ever dreamed of having them). Granted, it is complicated by her idea of her trans self and her parent's is night and day, and she can't see herself going through life as trans without the million dollar ticket, so she just does nothing and became a full-on no hope /lgbt/ doomer as a solution lol.

On the other hand, my family was poor and I was used to accepting things the way they were, whether it was going hungry or always being on the verge of getting kicked out of where we were living, that accepting the realities of being trans,, whether it was stuff like unchangeable biological shit or having to live like I wanted to and face the consequences or just committing to doing things I'd need to go through like homelessness and doing sex work to get where I wanted to be.
David Huppertore - Fri, 13 Aug 2021 03:39:05 EST EpTkFfrU No.408645 Reply
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Tbh I feel as though it mostly comes down to internet access. People with latent desire for transitioning are gonna have those feelings surface when they read tranny info. And where is tranny info most abundant? The internet.

I do acknowledge of course that internet access is a form of privlage, but I still would posit that that's not all there is to it. Primarily because once someone who has a tranny brain decides to be a tranny, they're gonna take steps towards becoming who they want to be whether they have the means to or not.

>Tl;dr Trans people are privlaged in some ways when compared to the general public (i.e. more likely to have internet access), but the level of "privlage" isn't really significant. Espeically when coupled with all the negatives that can/do come from being trans (look at this thread).

She's gone...

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- Tue, 24 Nov 2020 04:47:03 EST tj7CXMxb No.407742
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Has anyone else repressed for so long that it makes that side of you just faded away? I don't know if this makes me happy or sad. I don't crossdress anymore, or really look into HRT anymore. Maybe I did grow out of it? I don't know, maybe i'm lucky that I did cause it seems like alot of you couldn't. It's weird, I miss her but not drastically?
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Betsy Henderpatch - Mon, 12 Apr 2021 04:22:55 EST PS0QpVyH No.408193 Reply
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I used to be a regular here 2011-2013. I have been off hrt for 5 years now, but recently I think I have relapsed.. thought she was ded
Caroline Bebblestut - Thu, 15 Apr 2021 01:47:41 EST ws2GMKoP No.408202 Reply
I gave up repressing at some point but "this" side of me faded away anyway, and I miss the woman I was supposed to be. Now I'm just a damaged wreck and wonder if I'd have just been better off repressing.

Fren to me was always just what apu says. I remember at times how right wing morons have "taken over" pepe and ok hand, but it just seems so stupid to me because they only did it to "meme on normies" who started using them. They tried making milk a "Nazi thing" too ffs, the only reason that didn't catch on I guess is too many people just drink it normally.
Graham Clogglechire - Sat, 17 Jul 2021 07:03:21 EST x29iwX2o No.408599 Reply
you didn't get out of it, you're just depressed. Me too. I don't even feel anything anymore. I don't even feel in control anymore. I wish someone would help me.


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- Fri, 23 Jul 2021 03:25:58 EST RXzEXgG3 No.408607
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So have any of you accepted that you just can never pass and just live as the other gender? I am a almost six foot tall human with a broad build and know I will never pass as a female except for perfect angles or photoshop. I accepted this in about 2010 and after ten+ years I feel less awful about it. My dysphoria has diminished but never gone away. Have any of you experienced this as well?

And to add on, if any of you think you can pass and properly transition, please try. I am one of the hopeless ones, but I know many of you can do it!
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Sophie Brodgebury - Fri, 23 Jul 2021 23:10:33 EST 3D+mLrw3 No.408610 Reply
Are you saying that you've been a repressor since 2010? Or that you've transitioned and live as a nonpasser?

For me it's been coming up on 6 years and I don't feel any better about the fucked things. If anything I feel worse about a lot knowing just how far I am from where I need to be with the small sliver of hope gone that something magical and unexpected may happen. I'm at least 6' and I'm not ok with it. I look back on my height growth charts and cry seeing how I once was way shorter and could have remained so, and how it is absurdly common to go anywhere on the internet and see children that age already on hormones like it's nothing. I feel physical discomfort at the narrowness of my pelvis and a burning need to pull it wider with my hands.

I never planned on transitioning from the beginning but I fell into it as the steps I felt required to take due to dysphoria made it seem necessary and no more awkward than finding alternate explanations as to why you are a long haired man who shaves his legs and has no facial hair with poorly compressed breasts who gets plastic surgery to be more like a woman. It became painful and angering to be faced with a deadname on bank notices or cards; at least you could force them to stop by changing it, at least you can shed that label on your death certificate.

I don't expect the pain ever to go away of any time I am reminded I won't be as female on the outside as I am on the inside, of knowing you were born just 5-10 years too early to have transition served to you on a silver platter and as a result must suffer for the rest of existence. You are the last soldier to die in battle before armistice, but you have to stay around to know that fact.

I try to read about and expose myself to all forms of human suffering, but it doesn't help. I only become more alienated from the average person as I see the worst they have to deal with, some of which I have also dealt with myself, and it is dwarfed in comparison. I am always amazed at people who can find peace with these things, which it seems you have.
Lucielle - Sat, 24 Jul 2021 03:50:56 EST RXzEXgG3 No.408611 Reply
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>>a long haired man who shaves his legs and has no facial hair

That's me friend. I'm sorry you suffer so much and I hope something happens that helps you down the line. Last year after masks became a thing, I tried growing out facial hair, but I ended up hating most of it but kept my mustache because alot of my friends complemented me for it and i've gotten used to it having it for over a year now. I look in the mirror sometimes and don't recognize myself. I started to do the pre-transitioning things (vegetarian diet, eating lots of soy, taking some pro-estrogen vitamins and supplements) but I stopped around 2012. I sometimes feel like I killed her inside me. I feel like a different person sometimes, sometimes I don't, my dysphoria isn't overwhelming like yours is, and I am really sorry you have to suffer through it.

>>how it is absurdly common to go anywhere on the internet and see children that age already on hormones like it's nothing

It's actually become a bit jarring how easy it is now, to the point where I think alot of people that aren't like us are making the mistake and going on hormones, but i'm glad it's there for those who really do need it. For reference i'm in my early 30's and in the early 2000's it was ridiculously hard to do so, and I just could never come out to my parents.

>>I try to read about and expose myself to all forms of human suffering, but it doesn't help. I only become more alienated from the average person as I see the worst they have to deal with, some of which I have also dealt with myself, and it is dwarfed in comparison. I am always amazed at people who can find peace with these things, which it seems you have.

I tried to live off hate for awhile, and it drove me to live for a few years. But I just ended up giving into apathy until the last two or three years where I got a little bit of hope in life. I don't know if I found peace, or if i'm just in a better part of life now where the years of repression and apathy finally killed part of me. But I hope something happens to you that can give you peace friend...
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Thomas Shittingfuck - Sun, 25 Jul 2021 20:31:11 EST Gr6eN3Pt No.408613 Reply
>to the point where I think alot of people that aren't like us are making the mistake and going on hormones

just because access has increased doesn't mean the standards of medical care are lower, so the processes designed to filter out those kinds of people out are still effective at doing so, it's still a daunting process that no one would take lightly, i would be willing to entertain reasons other than increased societal acceptance to explain the unprecedented rise of people identifying outside of the gender role they were assigned at birth, but there's a lack of hard evidence, as of yet we have no reason to believe this new generation of trans people are any different intrinsically than those who came before them, or are held up as "really" trans

Anti-trans bills

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- Thu, 06 May 2021 15:10:46 EST aOQEBuDr No.408284
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I'm just going to signal boost this here. Might be against the rules, but despite trying my immediate circle, we're mostly Californians and NY, and that means we can't really do shit.

"In response to the horrific anti-trans legislation being proposed across the U.S., myself and a group of trans allies have been working on a website that facilitates mass civic engagement in opposition to these bills: https://www.tracktranslegislation.com/ The website’s goal is to help people find out which bills require urgent action and then help them take immediate action.

We could use your help in 2 ways:
Spreading the word about the website as a tool for coordinating mass opposition. We have been circulating the attached social media assets, which you are welcome to share as well.
Advising us on how we could improve the site to assist you in calling others to take action and stay informed on these bills. We want to help you drive the movement against these bills!"

Thinking about all the kids getting their adolescences woodchippered by these crackdowns is keeping me the fuck up at night. They're basically legally mandating the same experience I had being force-outed and prevented from transitioning in the early naughts. I'd really like it if we could fight back somehow.
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Fuck Hicklegold - Sun, 09 May 2021 18:59:11 EST aOQEBuDr No.408298 Reply
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hey yo, so you know, there's a lot of people in other states who worry and give a shit about you. seems like you're definitely helping take care of and literally keep alive at least one trans person and that's very valuable
William Goodson - Thu, 27 May 2021 17:25:47 EST HfZ9O5MN No.408375 Reply
Yo update your site there's been a ton of new bills and shit recently. I was sharing your site with people but can't really do that if it's so behind on stuff.
Alice Bullyridge - Fri, 28 May 2021 18:12:06 EST yOHrQ5T7 No.408379 Reply
It's actually not my site, but I'll hit them up. Getting immobilized by depression is common enough for us, so that's always a possibility

masks = ez mode

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- Fri, 02 Apr 2021 20:21:22 EST LKzeRb2X No.408172
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Anyone else really enjoying this shit? it's so clutch that it's been socially acceptable to just cover my face in public for my entire transition, a bit over a year in I never get misgendered anymore, but i'm not looking forward to when they go away tbh, even though my face is really starting to shape up, it's still now and probably always will be borderline at best without FFS which is no where in my future that I can see, as a student with no insurance, hopefully I'll at least be through with laser by then at least, and counting my blessings that my voice definitively doesn't give it away when I'm wearing a mask, so maybe that'll help when i finally am forced to show my hobgoblin ass mug to the world, this shit has really spoiled me, it's like training wheels for passing, I've not been harassed once in a pretty conservative area, and am starting to get hit on to boot, which is not the norm here, I really doubt these country yokel dudes would call me sweety and hon if they could tell, some dude even called me sunshine the other day lmao
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Wesley Denninggold - Tue, 22 Jun 2021 10:56:09 EST LKzeRb2X No.408522 Reply
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Ok this is fucking with me i personally think this is just objectively a much better picture why did it give me male this time, idgaf about the number that's stupid but what is it that's making the computer think i'm a man?
Beatrice Blurrydale - Tue, 22 Jun 2021 15:48:32 EST 7n38kxIJ No.408523 Reply
I think two things: the angle in the second one makes the chin appear more square and the jaw stronger, and the hair being tied back can be interpreted by the system as a short haircut more correlated with men. Same as if every man in their training examples had glasses and no women did, then simply wearing glasses would get an image classified as man.
Caroline Sollershaw - Tue, 22 Jun 2021 16:36:57 EST WQCIUv3D No.408525 Reply
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These algorithms are retarded, they get cis people wrong too especially racial minorities, >>408523 is pretty on the mark, honestly probably just that you're looking at the camera and wearing more makeup in the first one

Since you're clearly fishing so basically you asked, the second one is a much better picture, I can't tell without actually seeing you in person and it's not like you couldn't do with FFS you would look a lot better but if your makeup, voice, skin, body shape, etc. is all on point I don't know if I would immediately notice, it's a weird blend of masculine and feminine features even in bone structure, it will come down to the angle people catch you at, hair maybe too? But six one way half dozen another because you let it down it covers up your jaw but also your cheek bones, leaving only the chin the most unfortunate part by far, pull it back jaws more prominent but you can see high-ish cheekbones easier that i think helps

I agree with the algorithm in terms of a ballpark number, maybe a little less, and for a trans woman specifically obv

I feel like my life's already over

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- Wed, 23 Jun 2021 05:57:31 EST BGxSfu05 No.408534
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Hi /cd/ . I'm sure you get lots of posts like this but I guess I just need somewhere to hurl my despair.

I found this corner of the internet when i was maybe 12-13 in the early 2010s,, i knew i was trans but thought it was already too late and i could never pass lol (i'm stupid). so i resigned myself to repression forever,, when i was 16 i finally broke and started hrt but at this point it ACTUALLY was too late, i'm 6 ft 3 and disgusting. I've had ffs and an orchi since then and,,, two years since ive had ffs at this point and its like just. i'm realizing i really am never going to look like a girl.
there's nothing i can ever do.
I've been dating this 5 ft 2 actual youngshit and i love her so much but it makes me want to die lol.
I also have some other friends who actually pass and just... seeing what could have been like.
I just feel like my life is already over and has been for years and i'm just waiting to die. the only reason I haven't yet is because I don't know what comes after and I'm scared.

Idk I just was wondering if anyone here relates....
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Nigel Sopperstidge - Sat, 26 Jun 2021 07:50:05 EST 0f0XFc7t No.408560 Reply
I have not been to this board. But everyone is important if they have a view. So all is cool. I am totally straight, but conforming to society IMO is not mandatory. Because things seem differ that is not the point.ent doesn't mean a person is wrong. I mean I am very straight, so going to gaing to gay bar, feeling mans huge breasts. We are not perfect, but we are cool as can be.
Polly Blackdale - Mon, 28 Jun 2021 01:56:56 EST jKnioPbA No.408565 Reply
I'd find it hilarious if it weren't so obnoxious that a literal 16 year old transitioner is whining about youngshits as if you aren't one. Goddamn, I know is this useless because you're a fucking child but get a grip and get some perspective.
Polly Blackdale - Mon, 28 Jun 2021 01:58:02 EST jKnioPbA No.408566 Reply
Not to mention you've literally gotten ffs, probably even for free or on daddy's money
Jesus fucking Christ

im lesbian (t4t)

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- Tue, 01 Jun 2021 00:04:41 EST OFAFAhjS No.408396
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why r trans girls so pretty theyre like elves
Reuben Nettingnon - Tue, 01 Jun 2021 21:33:00 EST LKzeRb2X No.408401 Reply
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i look like a witch tbh, especially from the profile with a long nose and chin, i had a weak chin for a guy, people made fun of me for being the stereotypical chinlet nerd, now it's too prominent somehow

i miss when the point i'm at now would just be something i idly day-dreamed about, it could exist in my mind without me having to do anything, and i wouldn't feel any pressure because all i had to do is wait, but now i'm there and i don't know if i'm ready, there's increasingly less time be optimistic that my face will shape up a little more, maybe it has plenty already and i'm worried about nothing, i know i need to finish laser at least

I wanna pass but I'm old

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- Fri, 09 Apr 2021 13:53:18 EST jxChHwEj No.408185
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Hey /cd/

So I'm 28, 29 this year, (like everyone else) and I just figured out that I wanna be a girl like 6 months ago. I'd been using drugs to suppress my feelings since puberty, and I finally got sober. Thanks drugs.

Anyways I've been trying to figure this shit out, I have an appointment with a therapist soon, and I think I'm probably gonna get on hrt, but I'm worried that I won't pass. Like, my face isn't terrible, I've been told I'm good looking, and I've also been told I'm very feminine (not a femboy tho) but it's too late for my hips to grow, and I feel like I've wasted all the years I could have been a hot girl as a depressed dude. Also I have stubble which really sucks. I just wanna go back to when I was like 21 and couldn't grow a beard.

Anyone here transition a little later in life?
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Phineas Sovingforth - Fri, 04 Jun 2021 06:57:39 EST BLYoxbfT No.408405 Reply
either way age is a thing but life is about sacrifices. choose what is most important to you.
David Honeyhall - Fri, 04 Jun 2021 10:41:19 EST LKzeRb2X No.408413 Reply
i think the sports thing is a little more nuanced than the rest of those things, genuinely having a male body for an extended period of can confer an advantage even after hormone levels are comparable to a biological female, because that's a period of time where they can build muscle much easier, and maintaining it is easier building it back up estrogen, that said i didn't because i didn't care to, but now i kind of regret doing that, at this point 10 pounds feels like what 40 used to feel like, and there are things i legitimately can't open or lift anymore, so HRT does dramatically reduce muscle mass, even if you do strength training, in that case it just goes down more slowly

so i guess i think for the most part they should be allowed to play on the team of the gender they're transitioning to if they are physically transitioning and have hormone levels similar to cis women and have for a while, i think it's reasonable to say for professional sports at least that's a requirement, but the younger the age group the more you should just say fuck it and let them play, it's obscene to get up in arms about it when it's like high schoolers, the vast majority of which obviously won't be professional athletes
George Chummlebetch - Fri, 04 Jun 2021 16:15:03 EST yOHrQ5T7 No.408420 Reply
Eh. sports are also inherently unfair. My sister's cis and built pretty sturdy, and she had male-range testosterone levels. All that happened for her was that she was eagerly snapped up by a sports team and hailed as a prodigy. Sports is full of people with natural anatomical and physiological advantage and it's pretty suspicious that the fine-toothed comb for who has an unfair advantaged only comes out for trans women. It's funny to me that people are complaining about the level playing field given that this pastime done the rightest is basically genetic oddities performing against each other.

Also I think whether or not testosterone exposure or male anatomy or whatever is an advantage depends heavily on what sport you're even doing. People just assume female bods are worse at everything but they are definitely not--speaking from previous experience with martial arts, the cis men I sparred with had terrible lower body+hip strength and flexibility. If someone's trying to choke me out with their thighs I'm gonna pray they're not DFAB.


(using terms like male + female loosely here, of course. It's interesting to me that this discussion requires a category for which there isn't a good term--people who went down one track or another physiological-development-wise, which in a lot of discussions maps enough onto DMAB or DFAB but here seems a little too far away from the topic of discussion. I'd say male- and female-bodied because I sometimes call myself female-bodied for convenience, despite being heavily masculinized now, but the lil zoomers scold me about even saying it for myself and I don't want to cause anyone any harm.)

Hip growth at 25/26

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- Fri, 04 Jun 2021 07:26:46 EST YYH7zdqd No.408406
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So I’m gonna be turning 26 in about a week. I started hrt 2 months ago (100mgs spiro and 1mg estradiol sublingual) and I’m concerned that I waited too long to get substantial hip growth. Is there anything I can do to maximize my hip growth rn? Should I remain on the spiro and cut out the estradiol until I have some progesterone? The dysphoria brain worms have kept me up all night tonight and I don’t wanna stress about it. I feel like I need some sorta consolation that everything is gonna be ok.
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Ernest Sushdurk - Thu, 10 Jun 2021 12:10:44 EST 7hJCOOod No.408439 Reply
>but still people call them secretly transgender as a result
People call everyone secretly transgender these days lmao, it's clear you're either deep in the repression tank or you're a stormie looking for conversions.
Isabella Higgleman - Thu, 10 Jun 2021 15:09:23 EST LKzeRb2X No.408440 Reply
thanks you for this lesson in trans phrenology, this is exactly what i mean, this is an individual who has spent hours on end day

>And we're talking public figures

How do you not realize this makes it easier to tell not harder, you see people in real life in brief instances, you don't have time to scrutinize, people might wonder based on that initial impression, but don't usually dwell on it that much because most people have way too much of their own shit to think about, there are plenty of cis women that make people wonder too though as you've clearly said, you can't ever be absolutely certain it's just a judgement based on what you see you can't have direct knowledge of it, so again regardless of whether or not you pass to every single human being on Earth, most people who start young enough can get to a point where they undeniably occupy the social role of women, which is the actual goal here if you'll remember, not to pretend to be cis, passing just makes things easier it's not a necessity and it's not an all or nothing thing, every person out there is coming from a radically different place and that will affect how they evaluate you subconsciously, but their best guess of what gender you identify as comes from an instantaneous impression rather than someone scanning and adding up individual tells

>The pelvis shape is a death sentence for many trans people
>death sentence

this is unreal level of catastrophizing, i don't want to armchair here but could you possibly be looking for an excuse to latch on to as to why transitioning would be "hopeless" so you have a reason to put it off indefinitely even though you want to do it with every bone in your body?

it'd be something that would undeniably be nice to have but by no stretch of the imagination is there any scenario in which whether or not someone has a happy and fulfilling life comes down to how far their hip bones stick out of the socket, this is one of the biggest problems you people have honestly, you can't see the forest for the trees, i say this in the nicest way possible having dealt with severe mental health problems and been in treatment for years, you're sick, you already feel like shit because of it and your brain is actively trying to pick out things to keep you feeling that way, it's how depression works, it sucks for you and it sucks for the people you drag down with you
John Genderpud - Fri, 11 Jun 2021 00:16:02 EST DoPVnUcs No.408444 Reply
Why's no-one mentioned stretches and exercises <---spelled right without cheating!!! with a focus on repetition
It could maybe target male fat to burn it, or maybe even build hip muscle so they look bigger
.....why do you think aerobics and bodysuits were so big in the 80's?

Tranny Chasers

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

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

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

Not attaching the type of image I'd want to attach as I don't want to offend anyone. Please know I respect gender/sexuality and do not think any less of anyone. This is also why I struggle with this. Why do I feel this way? There's also a thing about a busty black girl with a big black cock. Mmmmmm.....
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Nell Mankinford - Tue, 08 Jun 2021 19:21:54 EST LKzeRb2X No.408434 Reply
meh it's alright, i've seen better, might be the fact it's on a woman though that's turning me off tbh
John Genderpud - Fri, 11 Jun 2021 00:19:36 EST DoPVnUcs No.408445 Reply
I stopped using chaturbate to get away from people like this......

botched estrogen shot

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- Sun, 14 Mar 2021 23:08:56 EST LKzeRb2X No.408107
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i accidentally gave myself my shot at too shallow of an angle or something or not deep enough and i think i definitely gave it to myself in this region instead of the muscle, it hurts kind of but mostly feels incredibly weird, i can feel a little bubble around the site and if i put pressure on it it hurts like shit and feels even weirder, i can feel it there constantly and it's driving me crazy, there's not like a bruise around the site just the usual tiny track mark, but then again i just did it an hour ago

will this be fine for this weeks dose at least? i mean it should get in the blood stream either way unless it seeps out somehow but no matter how much pressure i apply nothing comes back out at least, would it affect how it's absorbed?

could something bad happen from it in the long term?

also i swear to god this shit's starting to make me way more sensitive to pain lmao, when i started like a year and a half ago using the same gauge i remember it barely feeling like anything and now it's such a miserable chore every single sunday, 21 gauge is the thinnest i've found that i can use, i tried 25 and it takes like 30-45 seconds to get it all in, might see about 23 if they have any, these 21 gauge are just ones i got on amazon though, so maybe the pharmacy ones are sharper, can't check for a couple weeks at least
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Molly Sembleford - Wed, 21 Apr 2021 16:01:59 EST LKzeRb2X No.408231 Reply
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bro how am i so bad at this lmao
Phoebe Gemmlehall - Wed, 21 Apr 2021 17:37:34 EST aOQEBuDr No.408232 Reply
Maybe you should get a medical person to do a demo to brush you up on technique, kid. I still check a medication administration manual from time to time.
Clara Drorringchodge - Wed, 21 Apr 2021 22:42:21 EST LKzeRb2X No.408236 Reply
i think it was cause i didn't leave the cold pack on long enough, i could feel this one happening, there was a lot of friction, i just didn't realize it would bruise like that

Need help with tucking :(

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- Sat, 27 Mar 2021 01:15:05 EST X7QXO/Fw No.408141
File: 1616822105180.jpg -(1253086B / 1.20MB, 1920x1080) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Need help with tucking :(
I have a question about tucking.
I am planning on buying my first swimsuit and Obviously, I want to tuck. the question is what tape would be the best. My thoughts were using athletic tape, but i don't know if that is the proper take to use or if there are better solutions. I'm planning on a one piece or maybe a two piece.
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Molly Grandstock - Sun, 28 Mar 2021 13:23:29 EST X7QXO/Fw No.408147 Reply
Yeah having a large cock would suck. Before transitioning i thought there would be more appeal for it. But then again seems more trouble than it’s worth. Especially with bottom dysphoria. I’ll get some tape. Can’t wait to try out the bathing suit i bought
Molly Grandstock - Sun, 28 Mar 2021 14:42:04 EST X7QXO/Fw No.408148 Reply
Yeah having a large cock would suck. Before transitioning i thought there would be more appeal for it. But then again seems more trouble than it’s worth. Especially with bottom dysphoria. I’ll get some tape. Can’t wait to try out the bathing suit i bought
Shitting Cammerforth - Tue, 27 Apr 2021 20:27:04 EST BimOVZ44 No.408259 Reply
I'm always paranoid if I wear something tight that I'll fuck it up and people will see it, which is probably one of the most embarrassing things you can experience

detrans with orchi

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- Wed, 21 Apr 2021 12:54:01 EST FEPpZbfA No.408229
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Anybody here get an orchi and detransition?
What are your experiences so far?
I'm going to detransition and take anti-psychotics.
I'm doing the detrans but WITH the orchi.
picrel unreltaed
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Ernest Shakeworth - Sun, 09 May 2021 22:07:43 EST eYssy9wX No.408299 Reply
Hey i had an orchi and stopped taking my hormones years (4/5?) ago. Sometimes doctors freak out, now mostly they're like 'w/e; informed consent.'. I'm like dykey/twinky androgynous and lucked out with a cute face; i have long hair, my voice is more masc, but i can turn on the 'customer service voice' still. gender is a funny game to me mostly i don't really care.

I can't say i don't struggle with depression, but like, i dunno, who fucking doesn't. I sturggled with depression before too.

I might have some weird shoulder problems from it? or maybe it's just from too much video game RSI. But i've never broken a bone. I'm overdue for a proper bone density scan, but i can update whenever that happens. I try to eat veggies and do load-bearing exercise every day.

I dunno. maybe i'm a little asexual, but the plumbing still works and i still have some libido so it's not a problem for me.

Consider me the guinea pig i guess
Ernest Shakeworth - Sun, 09 May 2021 22:12:45 EST eYssy9wX No.408300 Reply
oh i did definitely have a wierd hot flashy period when i first stopped taking them. kinda mood-swingy. And i think maybe i'm still a bit more sensitive to temperature; i tend to get hot/cold before anybody else. but w/e, i like to layer my fashion anyways.
Thomas Dartbury - Sat, 15 May 2021 14:34:13 EST qo0bOySO No.408334 Reply
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Would never detrans. I'm in it to win it. TRANS THE PLANET

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