>first I jokely put on a woman's coat's The bitchy student assistant says "Do you want to be a girl?" In my head, "Why the fuq you asked that"
>Second I have a girly appearance (I think) and I guy said he would pay me a dollar if I shut up for one day I said, "Give me ten" He said, "7.50" I replied, "no ten bucks." "I'm trying to meet you in the middle and you are being a girl about it"
>third I... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
They don't know. I'm out to a lot of people, and most the school doesn't even know me (especially not that I'm trans). You would be suprised how many people can't tell at all and act shocked after you tell them. In all likelyhood, they probably think you are gay.
>I gave 2 hints >first 50% percent of people I want to be its not the people it's what they have >second it starts with the letter T >She immediately guessed transgender >of course I told her wrong >But, what the fuck
>public or private I'd prefer more professional things in public. I don't want him shouting "SWEETIE" across mcdonalds to get my attention. In private he better call me the nastiest shit.
>PDA Don't do it. It has to be brief, affect no one else, and not be too emotional. A brief kiss upon dropping off your babe at work, is acceptable. Making out while waiting to order popcorn, don't do that shit.
I don't want to discuss prevention because it's a futile effort. Teaching the causes, effects, transmission and prevention to people have been largely ineffective. Most recent cases, according to the CDC, are those who were infected by people who didn't know their status. This is why STD testing is so crucial, especially for ANY MSM with a higher emphasis on those who black or white.
What I want to talk about is the counter-movement of groups like the Sero Project who are a "network of people with HIV and allies fighting for freedom from stigma and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5604749 The thing is that there isn't much to say about this.
If someone who knows he's hiv+ lies about his status when having sex, then yeah, they should face the law.
The thing is, a lot of people don't know their status, and that's why encouraging them to get tested is the best thing to do.
I'm all for stopping discrimination against hiv+ people. Yeah, many of them got it because they were irresponsible, but there's also a fair amount of people who did everything right... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey so I finished spartacus a while back and am currently watching black sails and loving the gayness of both TV shows and I'm thinking about starting Da Vinci's Demons. Now I did some research and aparently there's like one gay kiss in the entire series? Please tell me there's actually more to it than that? Cause if not it won't even be worth watching for me. I'm bored of hetero characters. This being said, would anyone like to advise TV shows like spartacus and black sails with gay characters? I heard some things about penny dreadful but... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I remember one time I was in a shop with my cousin. While i was trying on a pair of pink beats headphones. At the time I had shoulder length hair and a bushy beard. A female employee asked "would you ladies like any help today?". When I turn around, she turns bright red, apologises and runs away giggling. If took me a minute to catch on to what happened, but my cousin and I LAUGHED for a good 10 minutes about it.
My question is.. Why do trans people get so offended about being missgendered?
I know this kind of question has been asked before, but this time it's slightly different. I'm a gay writer working on a drama novel with a handful of LGBT characters, one of whom is a transwoman. The story takes place at a time where trans resources weren't widely known about, so the character doesn't transition. On top of that, they're past the point of no return concerning masculine appearance to ever be able to pass well.
What I wanted to emphasize about the character was what they feel about themself over what society feels about individuals... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Did you ever try to repress your trans-ness? How? Did you do so by trying hard to act like your birth sex? How did that work out? Yes, for about 4-5 years I heavily repressed my feelings, by overcompensating and trying to be as female as possible. Drugs, alcohol, and self harm were also pretty day to day ways to cope with all of it.
>How did your behavior/view of yourself change after you realized you were trans? How about after you accepted... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5603449 >What did you do to become more like your desired sex before hormones (if you're on them)? How did that work out?
I just got a little affectionate with guys being my feminine self, but took great distance to implying I'm any interested in a gay way. People would usually pick on my female side and subconsciously get protective.
>Did you ever try to repress your trans-ness? How? Did you do so by trying hard to act like your birth sex? How did... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
▶Informed Consent Providers: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/932389/Trans/Stepping%20Forward%20-%20Informed%20Conent%20Clinics.pdf ▶infographs suck for makeup ▶Trans Info Dump: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1d9KKqP9IHa5ZxU84a_Jf0vIAh7e8nj_lCW27KbYBh0/edit?usp=sharing ▶Size charts: http://www.americanapparel.net/sizing/default.asp?chart=womens.pantse_conversion_chart.php ▶Transition timelines: http://imgur.com/a/qWpxv ▶Voice Training: http://pastebin.com/dgipdsge ▶HRT info: https://web.archive.rg/web/0000000000000... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I thought this might be an interesting experiment. Gay men ask questions to lesbians that you've never understood about being Lebanese or about lesbian culture. And Lesbians ask gay men things you've never understood about being gay or about gay male culture.
There was a 42 bottom guy that I was interested in and was originally planning on keeping him as my regular. He came over a week ago with the intent to talk only but being deprived for so long of sex I fucked him bare.
During this process and afterwards, several things have had me worried that he is HIV positive. Accumulating all the things into one, what do you think?
- I asked for him to lube his hole with his spit, and he said he had a hard time producing saliva (dry mouth) Why is this a worry? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HIV_salivary_gland_disease
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