So this is for trans people that are 'full-time' here, how is your day to day?
By that I mean, are you constantly worried that you're getting 'clocked'? Do you worry about what restroom to use? Do you get annoyed when randoms use the wrong pronoun? Are you concerned with physical violence? Do you worry about revisiting a store you used to visit often as your old self? Bumping into an old acquaintance that might not know you transitioned?
>>5670080 >So this is for trans people that are 'full-time' here, how is your day to day? Rather ordinary and boring, except I'm a woman now. >By that I mean, are you constantly worried that you're getting 'clocked'? Nope. That hasn't even happened once in the past year. Sure, it'd be annoying if it happened, but too unlikely to worry about. >Do you worry about what restroom to use? Not... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5670407 Pretty much this. Additionally I don't rely on makeup and clothes to pass. I can basically go in boy mode and still everyone assume I'm a woman and since my language is gendered I can tell that immediately.
>>5670507 Oh, that sounds useful. Here everyone just says things like Thanks man, Hey there buddy, and the constant Dude that people say to everyone, boy or girl here.
>>5670080 My day to day is a lot nicer now, but there are a lot of reasons for that, not just my transition. At the same time I transitioned, I started getting in shape, and I also started eating way healthier and taking far better care of myself all around. So on top of actually enjoying life as a woman,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
hey /lgbt/ i don't know if this is the proper place to ask this but, What is a Rusty Venture? I've heard it's when you take your finger and run it around a guys asshole while you pull the guy off into his own face.
ITT those of us who are college students post our college, our year, what our brand of queerness is, how strong the LGBT community there is. Or we just discuss what the LGBT college experience is like.
Bi male, stanford, junior. LGBT community is super strong for the L, G and T. No B community to speak of :(. School in general is really good for LGBT, I haven't had a single bad encounter despite being reasonably visible (I paint my nails).
MtF (pre-HRT) at GA Tech, 4th year. No one really has time to give a shit about LGBT people tbqh, but that's a good thing. Everyone is pretty live and let live, never knew anyone that really hated gays or trans people, aside from the evangelical group that shows up once a year for a couple days. Counseling center had been great for me, LGBTQIA center is pretty helpful, never been to a Pride Alliance meeting so I can't comment, more support stuff for trans or NB people than I was expecting when I first started to try and find stuff.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5gaRVSZN6s 7:00 onwards Danny and Ross talks about a character in a Larry game and the crying game, about how they look like girls but are dudes. Very insensitive considering their friend nirA is trance.
>Bi's are a bunch of cheating scum who will always end up with the opposite sex." >"Bisexuals" don't exist they are either closted gay men or attention whoring straight women." Which meme do you prefer more? both are horrible in their own way but would you rather be seen as a faker or as a cheater?
i don't know if this belongs here but i need help tips for bottoming for the first time? I've read some stuff online and my one friend has told me about his experience but i just wanna get more info by the way my bf is 8 inches
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