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Can't afford surgery

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- Sun, 11 Aug 2019 16:12:43 EST b0wzrFah No.406362
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I just found out I can't get surgery and I want to die because of it. I have no way to do this. I'm screwed. This sucks. I'm probably going to end up in the hospital again.
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Oliver Wishsune - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 04:49:43 EST 7hJCOOod No.406419 Reply
>>406416
>there are multiple independent cultures that have the concept of a third gender
>this is somehow news to me
Ignorance on your level is sadly not a regional problem. nb
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George Mabberfock - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 09:16:48 EST cRgwbbBt No.406421 Reply
>>406419
>couldn't tell native americans from indians and is getting reflective and butthurt
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Oliver Wishsune - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 15:15:23 EST 7hJCOOod No.406427 Reply
>>406421
>I don't have an argument so I'm going to pretend to be retarded like this is the future
smoke more and read, argue less nb

amab privilege

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- Mon, 12 Aug 2019 09:44:22 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406371
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Is this just TERF nonsense or an actual thing. I mean, I definitely feel like it's a double-edged sword, and I don't know if the good parts really outweigh the bad.

On the one hand, you have this implicit confidence having been raised in a society that from birth considers you to be a natural born leader. You're encouraged to explore many interests that girls never are, which leads to life long passions and career options many women don't have. I guess that's all I can think of actually.

On the other hand, you have to learn countless unspoken social queues, subtle behaviors, and complex mores to build relationships with other women. You have years of socialization that you're not allowed to be girly or like girly things (this doesn't just magically go away when you realize you actually are a girl) and even with the greatest support structure, you'll always carry this sense of shame, some more than others, this feeling like you're wrong, deficient, a failed man, a sissy. All of us deal with this to some extent or another, and some of use deal with even worse things like being disowned by our families, kicked out of our houses, and fired from our jobs.

I mean the whole "being trans" thing in general, kind of a shitty draw. Yeah ok, I might be part of one of the most oppressed and universally reviled peoples on Earth right now, we might be openly beaten and killed in the streets, in an ostensibly developed world superpower, that does nothing but strip our rights and protections away as hate crimes against us are on the rise. We have to live our lives feeling like impostors because people can't take 5 minutes to learn some very basic science with an open mind, just existing around some people makes them feel uncomfortable if we don't pass well enough and the media exposure and education that would help eliminate this is called "forced diversity" and "left-wing propaganda".

But shit, that 20 years I got living as a guy (during which time my body was getting irreversibly more masculine, I grew to hate myself more and more every day and developed severe mental illnesses I still have to this day and will always have from living every second of my life feeling like I was controlling a strangers corpse in a fake world without being able to understand why)? WORTH it.

Ok I think I actually just answered my own question but I'm up for debate.
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Cornelius Wemblehood - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 06:23:31 EST zqV9w1QZ No.406406 Reply
>>406396
First off, it means fretting about misgendering people is useable as a ticket for ignoring other categorically-similar factors. It gives you a nice green light to bring up western "communists", while merely not letting you throw them around as some grand definition of anything or anyone else that relates to talking points of theirs; and it sets out to set aside all those popularly vaunted "defectors" to the west, to cut through the unclarity of what sort of people should be included for examination. It goes so far as to tollerate a demand to have fights with goosesteppers be personal. And it gives two explanations for why you'd go out your damn way to talk about something ridiculous as the "liberation of Germany"...

...really, do you also speak of your courts as liberating criminals from their tragic inability to get through life by the book? Oh but *you* wouldn't want to commit crime! I do wonder where you get it in your head that you can force any bizarre perspectives on a country to fit by insert yourself into it, and as the special person that gets to be the one that counts.

And ... a language barrier? Combined with a tone fitting with holding that over my head. When you be due to think, given the topic, that a language "barrier" would be a reasonable little complicating factor to consider. And yet, you want to hold it up as a nightmare complication?

>>406397
None, just some nice, homestyle Krokodil, some Vodka, a bit of de-denatured alcohol, moonshine and some Heroin made from poppy seeds.

Transgender is not Haram

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- Sat, 31 Mar 2018 06:47:22 EST 6OESwApW No.404957
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https://youtu.be/slY4AXs0_ec
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yourfavorite/x/ !MuS2kOeDuk - Mon, 15 Apr 2019 08:25:47 EST gjPLkU7y No.406009 Reply
>I read a bit of Qu'uran
>Its an interesting book
>I have no desire to see it become law

There is a reason most Islamic Countries are shit holes.
Even before Israel. The Ottomans stagnated for reason.
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Phoebe Pablingwater - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 04:17:45 EST gjPLkU7y No.406030 Reply
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>Allahs Snackbar?
>Hoopmans ohhh what are those?
>Jizzlam????

voice training

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- Fri, 12 Jul 2019 22:53:16 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406259
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https://vocaroo.com/i/s0azRCi7iYP1

This is fucking terrible and makes me feel like shit. What the fuck can I do about it? I get "ma'amed" on the phone all the time and I don't fucking understand how.

I'm fucking blackout drunk right now or else I would never dream of posting this and I'm going to seriously regret doing this in the morning but I just want to not sound disgusting.
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Molly Gundlepod - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 14:06:53 EST fRgBxA0y No.406357 Reply
Trans men: Bring your voice down as low as it can go, to the point where it is ridiculous, say a few sentences like that, then slowly bring it up until you get to a point where it feels comfortable and you can imagine talking like that. It might only be a few notes below your normal voice, but actually the average man's voice is only a few notes below the average woman's voice anyway.

Trans women: do the same, only the other way around, bring it up as high as you can, then drop it until it's comfortable, don't ever try to speak in a range that is uncomfortable to you, it won't sound natural.

> don't ever try to speak in a range that is uncomfortable to you, it won't sound natural.



If you can find a trans-friendly speech therapist they will be happy to help you with this
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James Dobblelen - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 17:40:19 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406376 Reply
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Been training really seriously at this point for a few weeks, like hours a day, and i'm actually making leaps and bounds really fast at this point. Just about there honestly, I'll post back when I think I really am. Still might see a voice trainer later on to work on the finer points but a fairly passing voice is legitimately with-in my reach pretty soon, which feels amazing. It's already like night and day compared to what I posted.

Been doing larynx stretches probably 5 times a day, around 5 minutes and then just spend hours while I'm alone reading things and vocalizing my thoughts aloud and at this point I'm even starting to think in my real voice, which is a really affirming thing.

Made up this exercise I do before I do the voice part that I feel is really actually helping. Just kind of based it on everything I've read so far about this stuff.

Personally, I find it a lot easier to precisely find and vocalize right on that break between my standard range and falsetto while singing. Maybe at least partly because while I can't carry a tune anymore to save my life, I legitimately do have a clear, fairly pretty, and resonating singing voice.

My thought is that maybe since I can produce a much more steady, pleasant pitch singing, that exercises my vocal chords to speak with the same clarity. I'm finding that I can actually move the break up my register quite a bit when singing and then for a period of time afterwards my speaking voice is noticeable higher, clearer, and prettier. Which I think kind of supports that theory

So recently, I've thrown in an hour or so of singing practice before voice practice where I've been doing different exercises. First and longest one I do is sustaining a single tone at a time until I run out of breath, repeat that a few times focusing on singing in the same exact pitch, and try my hardest to produce the tone in the best possible timbre I can, shooting for a crystal clear, steady, birdsong like resonation.

Then I slowly move this up maybe a half step at a time until I hit the break, which I can move up by going back to the previous pitch and raising it very slowly while I'm singing. After I do the slur a couple times, I can make the jump to that note in a natural voice and at this point I can get 2 or 3 notes higher.

After spending a few minutes going over those notes, I'll sing along with songs that are right at the top of my range like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQP_Q9eGKQg and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nAON-MwUPY (lucky for me my favorite two female vocalists are right at that range) for the rest of the session to practice smoother changes in pitch and actually vocalizing words

If there's no advantage to this then fuck it, at least I'm starting to get a lot better at singing and it's actually really fun. It can't be LESS helpful than voice training.

The biggest thing I'm really worried about at this point is my voice is starting to crack a fair bit. The pitch stays in the female range and actually goes up every time, like I'm going through reverse puberty or something. Is this a sign of something serious I should consider, just something like my throat being dry, or maybe it'll stop once I build more muscle and vocal control?

trans CHASING

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- Sun, 11 Aug 2019 01:49:19 EST HGHaJC/B No.406355
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any tips for trans chasers from cuties themselves?

thanks
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Cyril Chibbernock - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 03:54:55 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406356 Reply
don't say trans chasing just do trans chasing

Am I trans?

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- Mon, 23 Jul 2018 19:35:52 EST 8LsqTN7U No.405532
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So I've been questioning for a few days and it's the longest case of "wanting to be a girl" I've had (most of them last a day or two and only happen once every couple months for the past couple years) but this one is continuous and I feel no signs of it stopping yet. It's not dysphoric, but more euphoric, like I seriously want to just wake up one day and become a girl. What should I do? I'm comfortable as a cis male, but I feel so conflicted as being a girl makes me feel so right when I think about it, but my parents are conservative Christians and all my Googling says if I'm going to start HRT at some point, it's better as early as you can get it. I can't decide. Please help, I don't know if I want to because I'm still highly attracted to girls, but want to be one so bad
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Cyril Chibbernock - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 21:31:31 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406353 Reply
>>405534
>You've been female your entire life, you've never had a dead name and nobody wants to bash your fucking head in

I would wake up as Shub-Niggurath to have this be the case
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Cyril Chibbernock - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 22:10:33 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406354 Reply
You don't have to experience gender dysphoria to be trans, but I don't think it's really out of line to say that most of us do. You could also experience it and not be able to recognize what it is, which is the case for some people but after a certain point, at least in my experience, it becomes entirely impossible to ignore what it is and why it's happening to you.

You could just be depressed, you could just hate your body, your voice, your skin, and your hair, you could just feel like you don't have a place in the world, you could just have this weird relationship with the "opposite" gender that you can't understand or place, you could just dissociate constantly and feel like everything is fake and no one can tell what's real and what's not, it could all be other mental illnesses playing tricks on you -- or you could be experiencing all of these things because your trans and this is all part of gender dysphoria. That was the case with me.

After talking with a gender therapist for a few sessions, I came to find out that I started experiencing gender dysphoria as a very young girl. I experienced it as this sort of feeling I could somehow "relate" to girls more, but I didn't look like them and I didn't really fit in all too well with boys either so I just kind of kept a tight circle of other semi-outcasts all the way through high school. I felt occasionally like I wanted to do gender non-conforming things or I'd have these weird ideas like "it'd be nice to be someone's wife some day" and I'd be terrified of them, block them out as hard as I could, because I had an ultra-conservative upbringing.

This intensified when I went through puberty but I still didn't have a way to describe what I was experiencing. I hated that my voice was getting higher but at the same time hated that most boys were becoming more masculine, as I had anticipated I would. I had a weird relationship with sexual attraction, where I was kind of conditioned to be attracted to women and that's what I went along with that, but even before I realized what I was doing I would self-insert as the woman in porn. At this point I started to realize I definitely wasn't straight but was terrified of telling anyone and just considered it a fetish.

Later in life I started to drown out these feelings in drugs and alcohol as they got stronger and stronger until they became impossible to ignore. I didn't start piecing things together until I was 18 or 19, I thought I was just regular gay, and even THAT was a huge hurdle to get over. I didn't make the commitment to transition until I was 22. I feel like I've already waited too long but that's not really true. At this point I dissociate constantly and feel like I'm controlling a body that isn't mine, and I get to the point where the dysphoria becomes so intense I get depressed to the point where I do nothing but smoke weed and stay inside for weeks at a time. It feels like I'm constantly wrapped in barbed wire and everything I do hurts because it isn't me doing any of these things. I go to cry about it and put my face in my arms and feel the stubble of not having shaved for a couple days, or maybe let something out without thinking about the pitch and get even more upset.

I know I just wrote a novel, but I'm coming off of some speed and that was a lot for me. It's a tempting basket to put all your eggs in, but if it is the case that you're trans it really is impossible to explain how much repressing that fucks up your brain and how much better things get every day after deciding to transition, even before starting HRT.

tl;dr: you don't need to experience dysphoria to be trans but most trans people do and it fucking sucks and you could already be experiencing it already but at the same time, it does get to a point where it's impossible to ignore it for what it is.

Good luck though, no one can answer these questions for you. Only a trained gender therapist can. I know it's not so easy to find one, but if anything start going to regular therapy if you don't already and mention gender identity issues in passing, they can give you a referral.

On a final note though, I will say that just because you feel uncomfortable about the idea of presenting as feminine, doesn't mean that you aren't trans. You have to do a lot of soul searc…
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the hon net

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- Sat, 10 Aug 2019 21:25:51 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406352
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Anyone ever check out forums like TransPulse or Susan's? I mean given the demographic of people who use forums outside of a specific subset of weird extremely online people, it's mainly older transwomen, and it's really fucking surreal. I mean I get that you're valid whenever you transition and whether or not you pass etc. but ho-ly shit... not a comforting glimpse into the future... is it just that they're all late transitioners? A lot of people who transition early like their late teens early-mid 20's don't even need FFS to really pass, in fact I'll go out on a limb and say probably most don't.

Who are these people and what did they do to end up where they are?

>Answer me this question: are these the shadows of the things that Will be, or are they shadows of things that May be, only
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James Dobblelen - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 02:28:20 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406375 Reply
damn this thread is actually pretty mean now that I'm looking back on it and I only made it because of my constant crippling anxiety about my future

nb and it'd be cool if no one else did either
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Jarvis Crirringfire - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 08:46:14 EST +3IBuC1V No.406407 Reply
>>406375

Hey.

Its a shadow of what was.

To truly understand a place like susans you need to understand the context of the trans community pre 2000's which was very very different from what it is today.

A note on the phenomenon known as transgenderism

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- Mon, 05 Aug 2019 16:02:59 EST 1oELgCT+ No.406337
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>>406329
Banned for trolling? Um, this seems sincere, and factually accurate. Jsut because he isn't buying into the mentally ills delusions, doesn't make it trolling. The fact of the matter is, trans is a mental disorder. Caused by the enormous influx of estrogen mimicers in the food chain. It all adds up, and it is resulting in masculine woman, empowered by a surplus of the chemicals that make them female. And the opposite is true for effected males. Resulting in limpwristed emasculated men, confused and then fooled into thinking they are a female stuck in a mans body. Sorry, you are a Guinea pig in the new age, and you are being lied to so the powers that be dont have to address a problem they can't fix. Everything on the supermarket shelf has a potential estogen mimicer. If you aren't doing something to counteract that, its only a matter of time until you start take on feminine mannerisms and temperaments. Its a damn shame this problem is beignswept under the rug, Nd encouraged as some sort of marginalized group that needs protection and a societal embrace. The reality is you are being ignored. Amd lied to so the root cause of your confused feelings doesn't get addressed. Transgenderism is a chemical problem, one that occurs after birth, and only in modern western society, where the market is oversaturated with processed goods and wrapped in plastic. This is not a troll post. I am being genuine, and i have put in the research. If you think i am incorrect, than prove it and show me otherwise. I am open to facts
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David Bardforth - Fri, 09 Aug 2019 04:30:03 EST zqV9w1QZ No.406350 Reply
>>406342
>wouldn't you want to know the FACTS?
Well, geeeeeee, that depends, you know? This profoundly mighty prophet power to, like *abracadabra*, just know facts, what is the catch of it? Does it result in eventually getting ripped to pieces by Moabites, Romans, Sodomites, Vikings, Native Americans or somesuch? Are you talking about something in some sort of set of holy powers that make you a target of the unholy?

I mean, I shouldn't be some sort of Satanic power, like sorcery? Is it based on findings from nazi superscience which for that reason, cannot have their basies sensibly explained even halfway?

Or are they literal soothsayer powers, cause you sound completely intollerant of the fact that dangers don't work in the same simple manner as back in some people's good ol' days when the issue was lead from the aqueducts?

And what if I already had such clairvoyant power and was more intrigued by the ability to reign down fire and sulphur on others? Kinda seems more important, really seems more impactful.

You clearly show just want to play locust games. It's so grotesque, people's whose thoughts and expectations are all like: '' "Let there be misery for gender-abominations!", and inevitable misery for gender abominations appeared!''
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Cyril Chibbernock - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 17:23:46 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406364 Reply
nb and please for the love of all that is fuck don't bump this thread to reply to me, but I really can't not say

>only in modern western society

This is the only fragment I read and this is so obscenely, demonstrably, objectively, incontrovertibly false and it can so easily be proven wrong with less than 1 single minute of research googling "how long have there been trans people?" that it's genuinely disconcerting that anyone could possibly believe this and it's scary how the mind can twist and warp the information it takes in completely unconsciously to make such a ridiculous falsehood plausible to anyone who is not medically retarded. The staunch unwillingness for these people (a decent third of the US population) to learn literally anything or take in any news other than The Gateway Pundit or read any scientific papers published after 1950 seriously is turning me into a doomer.

These raving lunatics with their rotting syphilitic brains control the most powerful country on the planet Earth and we are categorically doomed unless Xi saves us from ourselves or the United States government completely collapses.
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Oliver Wishsune - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 15:18:02 EST 7hJCOOod No.406428 Reply
>>406364
China has some of the most oppressive LGBT policies on Earth despite historically being friendlier to gays than the West, they won't save shit. The future is the totalitarian bootheel, enjoy your meager semblance of freedom while you still can.

Serious Talk: Bottom Surgery

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- Tue, 30 Jul 2019 12:10:35 EST zoklygxc No.406310
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How come through the decades of bottom surgery being conducted on patients haven't there be even the slightest increase in the process of making a neovagina look aesthetically pleasing? I recently read a lot of stories on /r/neovaginadisasters and it seems like from the inception of this surgical procedure and today it has plateaued. I would expect the surgeons and doctors responsible for this to at least have newer knowledge that could lead to the betterment and perfection of the process yet this still feels like how it was during the first one ever conducted.

I know a friend is holding out for CRISPR technology and has faith that technology will soon boom (if it hasn't already started that is), but it just boggles my mind that there hasn't even been the slightest improvement of the process.

Who honestly, as of right this moment, conducts the best bottom surgery to have an aesthetically pleasing vagina?
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Reuben Gunkinpotch - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 15:03:37 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406323 Reply
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>>406322
yeah, best of luck, go with hair plugs though if you have the money or finasteride or anything like that

I really really hope I caught it in time, i want my own hair so fucking bad, wearing wigs is peak hon

i mean no offense

there are SOME good ones but I'd be paranoid everyone would know, pic related lol
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Lydia Duckcocke - Fri, 02 Aug 2019 19:30:09 EST NlPFu+lA No.406328 Reply
Don't do that yourself.
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Polly Soppercocke - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 22:23:52 EST zoklygxc No.406336 Reply
>>406323
Do you think it's possible to get a custom wig made that uses your own hair? I've been growing my hair out and it's been getting very long that I could probably get to cutting portions off while still retaining some length. My near baldness is only on the top portion of my head. A friend of mine basically called it the Hulk Hogan. But if there was some way to make a wig tailored for me that covers up what needs to be covered up made from my own hair folicals that might be cool.

Hi Seedy

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- Sat, 25 Feb 2017 18:06:23 EST e9mjG9U5 No.402386
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A pointless thread.

Is anyone who was posting between 2009 to 2013 around? How are you doing? If not that's okay.

I used to come here everyday after highschool when I was a teenager and I found this board really pleasant. I would come home and smoke a bowl and read pages and pages of the never ending discussion about hormones, clothing, triumph and sorrow.

It was nice because seedy cuties taught me so much, they taught me how to manage my difficult hair and about makeup and passing. I was pretty fat as well and the tough love culture here convinced me to become skinny right before coming of age. I grew up in a smallish redneck town with 34,000 people and couldn't have learned any of it without /cd/, and while everyone acted bleak and with a stark honesty you were mostly all pretty nice people. When I finally moved in early 2012 to the big city and started taking hormones it was a wonderful feeling to finally be one of those /cd/ posters who popped skittles and posted in passing threads.

I stopped counting so constantly but in a few months I hit 5 years on hormones. It's weird that all of the faces from back then will all be in their late 20s or early 30s now, I'm 24 myself. Being a trans is weird, my life has gone in a direction I never thought it would.

Although it slowed down some when that lgbt board came out on a different imageboard, it's nice to see this place hasn't changed much.
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George Siddlegold - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 06:18:52 EST JoKQc8md No.406289 Reply
>>402394
I remember you (or your ex-gf) from irc for another chan. Whatever happened to you? Are you still alive? I've wondered about you since you left. I hope you're doing better.
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catbus - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 18:53:13 EST LJULIlJy No.406309 Reply
>>406289
Yes I remember too, from #/int/, I forget the handle but I'm sure it started with an r. Fuck that was a long time ago now. I am so old
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TÜRK - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 13:33:46 EST utpQPXtx No.406335 Reply
>>402409
malmısın çek git ülkeden aQ hakkaten 3 gram beyin yok tıravestilerde

gel evlen benle gidelim beraber ben çalışıp sana bakarım karım ol

Any Enbies in here?

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- Wed, 24 Jul 2019 16:57:43 EST VUmb+i4Q No.406291
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I'm looking to see if there are any AFAB or AMAB people who are Non-Binary (NB, or Enby).

I myself used to come to this board seeking information on transitioning and found a lot of talk of mysterious hormones (Spiro and Estro) and very very little talk of FTM or AFAB struggles with transitioning.

As soon as I launched myself into gay circles I found place where people weren't apart of the binary and they used the gender-neutral pronouns "they/them" where as I had heard only of these "wildly radical 27,000 other genders and their own specific pronouns and some of them want to be dragons and helicopters." When the reality was most of these Non-binary people just wanted to opt out of the gender game and I resonated with that after finding out how men would begin to treat me in the workplace as soon as they figured out I was trans. It grossed me out and I immediately understood what they were all about so I adopted an Enby centiment all the while still feeling the desire to "pass."

What does that even mean when I don't want to play a part in the gender binary?

Also, I really felt personally attacked by the contrapoints video about transtrenders, specifically with the phrase "Have fun being a male lesbian who fucks cats." Lol so if that's you, you're not alone.

I really want to hear your stories and what you feel about this sort of thing. And if there's a better place for Enby chats, let me know!!

Thank you.
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Fiend !!1C9jE+w+ - Sat, 03 Aug 2019 03:09:18 EST GrBVOpdz No.406331 Reply
>>406291
> Non-binary people just wanted to opt out of the gender game
> Enby centiment all the while still feeling the desire to "pass."
This is basically how I feel. I've only recently started my transition, and I do want to get to the point one day where I "pass," but I don't like the way the binary still changes how people get treated.
> What does that even mean when I don't want to play a part in the gender binary?
The way I think about it is like– I want to help break the binary, but from the other side.
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Archie Goodstock - Sat, 03 Aug 2019 10:57:14 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406332 Reply
>>406331
damn i leave for a couple years i come back and Fiend is trans

The terrible fraud of 'transgender medicine'.

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- Sat, 27 Jul 2019 09:49:19 EST yxVOZXNO No.406297
File: 1564235359877.jpg -(12471B / 12.18KB, 480x360) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. The terrible fraud of 'transgender medicine'.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mtQ1geeD_c

Here, /cd/ is a lecture you may find to be helpful.
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Hugh Surringworth - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 02:01:57 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406308 Reply
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>>406305
>all these spooks

No one has to give a shit about your fairy tales. Life is a game where the rules are made up and the points don't matter. You can impose arbitrary restrictions on your life if you want, but you can't expect other people to abide by the same rules.
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Lydia Duckcocke - Fri, 02 Aug 2019 19:32:34 EST NlPFu+lA No.406329 Reply
He's not wrong. As someone who isn't blinded by the politics of division. I can say that the people pushing this agenda do not have the best interests of anyone especially transgender individuals. Not only is the medication bad for you, they encourage transpeople to cut their genitals off which most often leads to suicide. The technology is archaic and backwards. He's not wrong.
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Jack Febberdetch - Fri, 02 Aug 2019 23:56:59 EST 7hJCOOod No.406330 Reply
>>406329
how many times do you retards need to be banned before you learn to stay on the future?

unscheduled drugs/supplements to prevent random erections and prevent dick from functioning

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- Sat, 06 Jul 2019 15:12:46 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406250
File: 1562440366169.jpg -(18387B / 17.96KB, 200x238) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. unscheduled drugs/supplements to prevent random erections and prevent dick from functioning
it's like I'm 8th grade again, there's so much as a draft and I have problems, I don't want to wear a cage 24/7, I don't want to use my dick ever, but I'm also non-binary and I don't think that at this point in time I want transition, other wise I know spiro/estrogen would obviously do the trick.
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Isabella Subberstit - Sat, 06 Jul 2019 17:05:03 EST qvvMo5m0 No.406251 Reply
>>406250
for a non-medical one, squeeze the muscles in your thighs for about 10 seconds, release and repeat til it's gone. It forces blood into your thighs (and away from other areas)
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Nigel Clerringforth - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 13:12:31 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406262 Reply
>I don't think that at this point in time I want transition

well this isn't true anymore, gl to anyone who feels like this tho nb

Nights Into Dreams

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- Tue, 02 Jul 2019 21:02:57 EST 9RLHaSYb No.406244
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>Assumes the gender of whoever merges with it

Yfw Sega was responsible for the very first genderfluid video game character all the way back in 1995

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