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Informed Consent Providers: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/932389/Trans/Stepping%20Forward%20-%20Informed%20Consent%20Clinics.pdf
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>Where we are:
#transbians on Rizon
1. What is a transbian/trans-lesbian?
MTF transsexuals who are also lesbians
2. Isn't that just a straight guy?
No,orientation is who you go to bed with, but gender identity is who you go to bed as.
3. Are bi trans girls, welcome here?
Yes but please the keep boy drama in MTF General please
4. Are cis lesbians/bisexuals welcome?
5. Do trans-lesbians use their penis when they are pre-op?
Some do, some don't.
Old thread: >>4001311
I've dated another trans girl but it didn't work out. C'est la vie. I'd say its no different then any other relationship except you have to be a lot more cautious when making sure sex can work.
I still need to update to 64 bit for Dying Light. Bleh
oh god yea Spiro tastes horrible.
>that look of disappointment in my dad's eyes when he said he loved and supported me
>that look of disappoitment in my mom's eyes when I said the needles weren't for heroin
They haven't used pronouns or addressed me by name in months.
I'm in one right now, but I don't think it's any cuter than any other relationship. In fact, it's honestly more problematic, especially if the partners are at different stages of transition. I can't even list the number of arguments due to jealousy or getting outed because of the partner. It's certainly not all cutesy rainbows and butterflies.
Well that's shitty.
The first person I told literally tried to kill me so I've been there. I'm sorry anon.
I think it depends on the people like any relationship, to some being at different steps of transition could be an issue, but doesn't matter at all to to some others.
I dunno there are definitely benefits to it, but I am not picky on it personally.
>The first person I told literally tried to kill me so I've been there. I'm sorry anon.
I am sorry you had to go that anon, I am glad you're alive though.
I do E sublingual because I'm over 40 and thus in greater chance of having blood clotting problems. Normally they would have me on patches, but the glue irritates my skin.
The E pills I take are micronized 17beta-estradiol so the estrogen can be absorbed through the membranes in the mouth. Estradiaol-valerate can't be absorbed that way.
*hugs* I'm not sure how I'd handle it if family was against me. It's bad enough to get it from society.
I came out to my parents via email, then phone call two days ago. The last thing my mother said was, "I love you no matter what and I support your decision but I seriously have to think about all this before I can call you again".
>TFW she kept texting every night after I sent the email saying they'd call but never did for almost a week.
>TFW I can't have any expectations for them to want to talk to me again.
>try to snuggle up to you in the pen
Oh god... that reminds me of a pot-bellied pig owned by a guy my family met in Texas. He would get really excited and get aroused randomly. We had no clue why until the owner told us that the pig "has a foot fetish".
I never felt so uncomfortable as that moment, because the pig was leaning against me the most...
So this morning my gf wanted to wake and bake with me before I had to go to work, and as a result I was hella late, so I didn't have time to put on make up. Do I look ok without my war paint or should I just hide in my cubicle all day?
I know I need to get it recolored. I just don't have the money for the 2 boxes of color stripper and however much bleach its gonna take to get rid of all this black to do something new with it.
some ppl are suprised as fuck when they touch my hair cause it looks dry but is soft and healthy as fug
what used to help was when I get haircuts my hairdresser always takes a shaving knif and runs it over the hair (idk what she's doing specifically) and kinda slices off the frizzy stuff
what I do :
washing it as rarely as possible (2-3 times per week in winter)
ohhhh.. while smoking can be cute i thought she had a strange urge to pic related like i sometimes get.
>tfw will never bake a cake with a GF
Ooooh I see. Not gonna lie, if my gf woke me up 30 minutes early to bake a cake with her I'd be.down. We could smoke weed while we cook and make it a wake and bake and bake! Now I've got a cutesy romantic thing to do with her this weekend, thanks anon
>takes a shaving knif and runs it over the hair ... and kinda slices off the frizzy stuff
There are special combs with inset razor blades for doing this. When the razor blade hits a kink in the hair, it will cut it off there.
>some ppl are suprised as fuck when they touch my hair cause it looks dry but is soft and healthy as fug
Mine too. I think it is part hair structure. Mine is thin and smooth. Much smoother than normal for human hair. Then I at least minimally condition it when I wash it. So it ends up that much smoother.
You sound 2cute4me. Hope you find someone special to bake with <3
This is proof that the cause of autism is 4chan.
seriously though, just live your life. if it doesn't impair you too much there's no reason to worry about it.
if it does though, i'd recommend seeing a psychiatrist who can determine if the are any medications that could help.
there's really no reason to drastically change your life because of something that's kind of a 'since birth' thing, unless you've noticed it impact your life in any significant way
I need advice from you people.
I never had a happy relationship with a girl and sex was just horrible when i presented as a guy. I started transtioning and had 2 relationships with men so far, and they have been nice, kinda adventorous and all that. i broke up with my bf a while ago and want to try dating with other women again. Thing is i don´t think they will see me as a woman (even though i pass) and have the expectation to use my penis. To be a ´chick with a dick´ or some shit like that. I don´t want that.
>some ppl are suprised as fuck when they touch my hair cause it looks dry but is soft and healthy as fug
let me touch :3
my hair is long, but wavy and it's breaking everywhere and dry and everything ;_;
>messy broken hair competition
Inb4 bad quality
Just be upfront early on, plenty of girls are understanding. Make sure you're honest and open about your likes, dislikes, etc.
I mean... it's not a good thing but so? Just work with the therapist to find coping mechanisms for your Autism and you should be okay assuming you're high functioning.
Mines either amazing or shitty. No middle ground. My curls work beautifully when they work but then blargh when they dry out.
Never even thought of that, not gonna lie
He looks so much better then that 12 year old boy looking dyke.
post more cuties
I feel you my coming out has been quite a disaster. But again that might be because even though it's been many years I'm still not really ok with being who I am, and I wasn't able to reassure them / give them the impression that I know where I'm going. Which I don't.
Hang in there
Anybody have this comic? It involved a MtF dressed girly and someone telling them "you look like a parody of a woman" and in the next panel the person is looking andro and someone tells them "why did you even bother transitioning?" or something like that.
>half-naked muscled hotties
oh boy do I have a treat for you
I rly woke up in time
>I knew you were a pedo Lilly!
look at this little slut riding it :^)
I personally prefer when most of the muscles are on the lower body.
Yea but there's something appealing about the idea of being held in a firm embrace by a protective woman. Then again that thought could totally be why I'm into butch girls lately
Because most of us are bisexual anyway so it's not a big deal. People talk about girls all the time in mtfg.
It wasn't my family, it was the person who I thought of as my best friend.
I just wish I didn't put off transitioning because of that, if I started then I probably could have turned out pretty attractive but now I'm kind of fucked.
Hi, cis girl here...can I ask you ladies for some advice? Or would another thread be more appropriate (the question is about trans lesbians, but as I am not one idk if I should post it here)
I'll do my best to help Anon!
True enough! I still don't personally find the images appealing myself but eh, I've seen worse so whatever.
I think Bisexuality is definitely the majority of trans girls, but who knows. That said you shouldn't feel bad for liking who you like. I don't feel bad for liking girls!
Eh, I think some girls look awesome with muscles and some look great without. Doesn't bother me any.
Okay so basically- I'm bi, and I've been dating this "guy" for three months. Things were going peachy keen for a bit but "he" then told me "he" struggles with depression. I helped him as much as I could but there was not really any good results. Today "he" texts me a super long text about being depressed and having to work things out on his own because he was afraid I'd leave him. I told him that no matter what I'd want to help him with his troubles and that's when he came out to me that "he" was in fact a pre op transwoman and she's started taking hormones this week behind my back.
I hold nothing against her and I just really would like to help but I'm at a loss as to how to go about it ; ;
Just provide support. Chances are she will become more interested in men and want to experiment eventually. Plenty of trans girls in relationships come out and say they want to stay with their gf just for that to break down on either end. If you are bi and she is bi or lesbian then it will work out. If you are straight or she is straight you'll have some issues and the relationship won't last.
Well keeping a secret like that and taking hormones behind your back is something to be concerned about. It shows lack of trust. If you choose to stay be warned it's going to be a bumpy road and most couples that were together before transitioning don't make it.
Well.... a long thorough talk is definitely in order, and you need to consider on your own if you're okay dating someone whose transgender. While she has the right to start HRT without your approval, that's definitely something she should tell you asap. A week is a little iffy to me but nothing too bad.
More then anything you need a lot of communication and open discussion. You need to tell her what about it you're okay with, what bothers you, and what you want out of the relationship. It's pretty much like any relationship going through a major change.
She'll need support and love if you want to keep things going for sure, though that's true of any relationship. A little reading on what she'll be going through is good, but again more then anything talking to her and asking her will get you a much better understanding then strangers likely will.
Good luck Anon and I sincerely hope it works out for you both.
>hormones don't magically change your sexual orientation
Well that's not entirely true, we have so many threads about this where their sexual orientation changes out of nowhere after being on hormones, then again some don't so it's a gamble really.
it is mostly "i was bi and now leaning more toward A than B" stuff
and tbh if you already do something like transition it is way more likely to express your sexuality more open
I doubt it has anything to do with hormones
more a "hey I can finally be myself" thing
I think the belief is more that once you've come to terms with yourself and can accept yourself, you're less likely to repress other things. At least thats a major theory. IE Someone becoming Bi is less about 'oh I suddenly like girls' and more about 'I'm allowed to like who I like'.
I've always liked tomboys but never really translated it further then femmes with a tomboy personality. So I can't say I'm overly surprised that I ended up weak in the knee's for a yummy butch.
Okay! off to dinner though so i'll post more when I get back
Back in an hour or so if you have more questions, I'll respond then!