>>5633429 It was a dildo flag, and why would they recruit fags? just so they could throw them off of a roof? seems recruitment would be better served recruiting someone you want not someone you are fundamentally opposed to.
ITT: We post something about our bodies we hate (wide shoulders, too tall etc.) and people post pics of cis women who have the same trait in reply.
For example, I loathe having a square-cornered jaw but I'm terrified of getting surgery. Yet women like Olivia Wilde seem to get along just fine with jaws even squarer than mine, so it can't be that bad.
>Tfw about to get hormones but a salaried position is offered in management for an entire market in the industry you have been working in all of your life so you take it and cut your hair and hate yourself for caving to pressure to conform and your hair was so close to being long enough to look okay it just needed like another inch to not look like shit.
You couldn't have worn a wig to hide your hair? From what you have said, it sounds like your hair only had to be short during the review/recruitment portion and you'll be free to grow it out after. Otherwise I don't know why you would take the job.
Didn't actually say anything to comfort my mom because she was super supportive and even seems kind of relieved/glad that she finally knows and can help me with the problem that's turned me into a depressed fuck since I started puberty.
I haven't came out to my dad yet but I'm thinking I might have to give him the "don't worry I still like girls" line
>>5633349 I blame the LGBT lobby for this. It is impossible to find a lifelong relationships in countries consumed by this leftist cancer. It turns people who start with potential to be chaste husband material into hedonist scum using apps like Grindr to fuck strangers. Eastern Europeans and Asians are not affected by LGBT yet so they make for decent spouses.
I'm 18, born male and i am pretty sure that i'm transgender. Growing up I never felt comfortable in my body. I remember crying in front of a mirror because i was "ugly", but i didn't know why I felt that way. I'm 18 and I have never been in anything resembling a romantic relationship. I can't even tell if I like girls or guys at this point. i don't know how to approach anyone with intimate intentions. Girls probably think I'm gay because I present kind of androgynous. I feel that growing not knowing what I was and what I felt has damaged my ability to form meaningful relationships with people in general, especially girls, never having an iota of confidence to approach I girl I may have found attractive.I feel pathetic but I don't know what to do to fix myself. drugs are the only thing keeping me alive right now
>trans girl >#netflix&chill with another trans girl tomorrow >star trek date mk ii fuck yeah >using hair clippers to make my genital hair less gross and boyish >accidentally chop off a chunk of skin >no longer bleeding but still kinda weird-looking >you know, because it's a wound on my fucking balls
So how do I explain this shit to my... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
This is my face with totally no changes to it. I havent done my eyebrows in a few months because last time I did them it turned out horribly. What would be the best way to pass with a face like mine, including makeup tips, hair styling, all that? I've been on a proper dose of spiro for about 3 months now, and my doctor says I'll likely be on estrogen in 2 months.
>>5632949 Thanks. I know that my hair is pretty messed up, and it looks even worse than usual in that pic, but I don't want to cut it because it took me about a year to grow it this far already. Pic is my hair how I normally wear it
I have been with my boyfriend (we are both males) since one year and half ago, he is a really good person and we have practically everything in common (interest, values etc) but there is a issue in the sex, he is like a "sloth" in the bed (very slow movements, no kissing, no biting on the neck.. no eye contact ) im trying my best in order to letting him know about this without harming his feelings, he started indeed trying to be more "passionate" but everytime he tries to have sex with more energy his erection is gone shortly after and he explain this as... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5632916 I'd suggest having him do all the other things that don't require him going slow, the kissing, the biting, the eye contact, and go from there. Maybe if he can't do it as fast he might try fucking you "harder"? Maybe holding you down and pinning you might help you get off.
Who where is /daddyissues/ I feel like I'm always in some way reacting to my father's limited influence on my life
When I explore my sexuality in a masculine way I'm always trying to become him, when I explore it in a feminine way I'm seeking to find and please him all while knowing I can never truly do either even symbolically. I feel like I'll never be put at ease in either role
>dad left when i was really young so i dont remember him >wanted to be a girl >attracted to masculine guys >spent most of the last 1 or 2 years deciding im just a femboy and taking hormones, seriously damaging my social life and health for no distinguishable reason
I'm attracted to the idea of having someone hold, protect, care about me and i want to make them happy, but i have this feeling i just have all these insecurities and issues... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
i've been thinking about this a lot lately and i feel like society and the trans community really push you to seek out this ideal of being a woman. you're supposed to identify strictly as a woman, and try everything you can to prove you're just a normal woman at heart. but i don't understand why that would have any appeal or make any sense when i can't think of a single thing that all cisgender women have in common, other than two x chromosomes and being referred to as women. i can't even see a chromosome or talk to a chromosome or anything like that, so i figure it would be weird to care about not having one. and what's the point in needing to be referred to specifically as a woman? i am what i am and no word is going to change that. as far as i'm concerned it doesn't really matter if people think i'm a woman, a man, or a fish. what matters is that i'm comfortable with my body, that i feel free to explore my femininity, and that i can be myself without feeling insecure about it. so why should i try to be anything in particular other than a well-adjusted, well-rounded, kind person?
>>5632525 You already said that everyone is different.
I'm just nervous what picture of myself I show if I'm so obviously trans but don't try to fit into a female role at all. Afterall I very much do want to be seen as female and I feel I got a lot of shortcomings to compensate for. I think this would be much less of a concern if I pass.
earlier today a guy told me i wasn't trans because i said i don't want to be a woman. he said it doesn't matter that i take hormones, or that i mostly wear clothing for women, or that i wear makeup, or that i'm training my voice to be less resonant/higher, etc. if i don't have a strong feeling that i'm a woman, then i'm not trans. but i don't understand why anyone would try to be a woman when the word doesn't even really mean much of anything. i feel like it actually means a lot more to say that i'm feminine than to say that i'm a woman
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