I am a transgender male to female. my question is I want to start an estrogen regiment but will a doctor just give the go ahead and ok this for me so that I can live the life I have always wantedView Thread
it makes me so happy to see the support I get a lot of people have made it seem like im a freak when in fact im normal and just one beautiful woman waiting to be released from my cage. I do a lot of window shopping for shoes and clothes that are out there I cant wait to buy my first dress as a woman. the other big jump I gotta get through is my wife...she has expressed her opion on this but I have to be me not what everyone else wants me to beView Thread
well idk when its gonna happen I need to talk to my doctor and its gonna be a work in progress but well worth it. well its been a hard road to hide from the truth my family refuses to accept it so living under their roof I had no choice but when I would get "dressed up" I would either have to do in a public place out of town or hidden in my room and who wants to get all dolled up just to stay in your room and do nothing makes no sense to me. now that I have my freedom I can do it as I please even shopping for new clothes is easierView Thread
I can understand that it is just a process that has to be done and I know once I go under the knife its final but that's what I want I have been feeling this way since I was about 11 and my parents wouldn't help me so I had to wait to get on my own to do this. besides after the operation there wont be people wanting to hurt me for wearing dresses and skirts and doing my make upView Thread
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