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  12. What Is Your favorite Sci Fi Flick? 1 2 3 4 5

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  14. What's Your Favorite Western? 1 2 3 4

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    • Jani
      Heathick I would spend time watching people to see how women carry themselves and move differently than men.  Also notice now women speak, in the inflection and tone they use.  You don't have to go "over the top" and get all super fem.  Most women are not, they're just themselves.  You can be also.    Jani
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      Debra,  Did they catch the thief?  Amazing that they tried to sell them in a legitimate market.   Samantha,  Admitting to ourselves who we are and then accepting that is a long term process.  I wouldn't worry too much about being hairless.  Many men are.   If it becomes too difficult then showering at home may be the only alternative.   I'm almost done cutting the firewood for the house.  I've got 3 cords cut, split and covered on pallets ready to move near the front door.  We unfortunately have hundreds of dead ash trees on the farm.  The emerald ash borer is killing them all.  I feel like crying as i take them down but at least they make great firewood.  I've  also set some pieces aside for hafting axes and hammers.  In time wooden baseball bats will disappear. Another ecological disaster.   Hugs,   Charlize
    • SamanthaC
      Good morning everyone. Woke up yesterday morning and confidently announced to myself, "I'm a trans woman". Made feel feel incredibly content and happy. Went about my day and left a voice mail for a endocrinologist, "I'm a trans woman'. And it felt so good to say it aloud and to someone else, even if it was an answering machine. Lost a bit of this bravado when back with my family last night, butbtjis morning, I'm feeling good again. This site really has and continues to help me. Sorry rambling on. On a side note, I assume most of us here dont change and shower at the gym? Im reluctant to go to the mens locker room with a shaved body. Any thoughts?
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      Howdy, I'm a fellow "J-nerd" but I have to admit, I haven't read the mangaka you mentioned. I prefer action genre. My current obsession is Boku no Hero, which I follow the manga and anime for. Looove One Punch man. Still watch classics like DBZ, Yu Yu Hakusho, Rurouni Kenshin. Liked Naruto before the Great Ninja War arc--by then I was "character fatigued"... I also like some of CLAMP's work. Also LOVE Naoki Urasawa's masterpiece Monster.   My first ever manga was Fushigi Yuugi by Yu Watase. That began it all for me. She is a very talented artist too. My only thing with her is that all her stories follow the same love triangle pattern and I don't enjoy how predictable that is. But the Fushigi Yuugi will always have a special place with me as my first.
    • mochi90
      This is a seinen manga that has both a FtM main character and FtM side character. It depicts gender dysphoria at the onset of puberty.    For those of you who don't know, manga is Japanese comic books or graphic novels that are read from right to left. Seinen manga is catergorized as "men's manga" because it deals with more adult issues. There is also shonen (boy's manga), shoujo (girls manga), and josei (women's manga).    Hourou Musuko is available to read online at mangareader.net, and is also available in hardback format on Amazon. 
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      Good morning everyone,🍁   Happy Birthday Lizzie Mc Trucker!🎂 Happy Birthday Annie!🎂 Hope you have a beautifiul day!   Lots of love, Timber Wolf 🐾    
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      Hi Mochi, I'm glad to hear the med is working. I'm really glad. My stepmom struggled with depression and I saw what it can be like.   Lots of love, Timber Wolf 🐾
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      I'm glad they have your medication sorted and you are feeling better. Good luck for good progress!   Tracy
    • tracy_j
      A bit of a twister for me Vicky, but I get the gist. Over here that would be less of an issue, although has occurred in some of the more religious schools. I think my thoughts attune more directly with most of the population here in attempting avoiding confrontation as being no real issue rather than even the presenting of pronouns, as Carolyn examples, which does actually raise the issue in the minds of some.   On a wider front, there is becoming very much increasing resentment here of minority groups getting dis-proportionate representation. That is working against, in this example, trans people, turning what may only be a tricky situation into a confrontation in the minds of people who would otherwise live and let live. In this the press, both good and bad, are probably hindering as much as helping.   Tracy
    • VickySGV
      If I weren't the foot ball, I would never get to be in the game at all. 
    • Carolyn Marie
      https://twitter.com/intent/tweet/complete?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.nbcnews.com%2Ffeature%2Fnbc-out%2Flouisiana-governor-s-race-ad-takes-aim-transgender-rights-n1045176&text=Louisiana governor's race ad takes aim at transgender rights&latest_status_id=1164774685260701696&original_referer=URL&via=nbcnews     So nice to know that we serve a useful purpose as a political football and dog whistle for the right.  Trump will prob (no, will certainly) follow suit.   Carolyn Marie
    • Carolyn Marie
      I think your instincts are serving you well, hon.  They are telling you that danger lies ahead if you come out when you're not ready.  I have always counseled young people here, as have Vicky and others, that they should not come out to parents if there is even a 50/50 chance it won't go well.  There are too many things that can go wrong, and only one thing that can go right, and to me, that's too big a risk.  So my advice has been to not come out to parents unless there is absolutely no other choice, that waiting until you can at least make legal decisions for yourself is too much to bear.   Keep learning about this stuff; talk to people you trust, talk to us, read up on it, gather information that you can someday give to your parents to help them understand you.  You'll survive the next couple of years, hon.  We want to keep you safe, and happy.   HUGS   Carolyn Marie
    • VickySGV
      If she were to ask that face on, my suggestion is to say that you are trying to discover exactly who you are, and that it does take some time.  Perhaps that could be an opening for you to get some counseling about your Gender Dysphoria with the help of your mom.  In most U.S. states, since you are an adolescent, doctors and therapists for your age group cannot discuss gender issues or other specified issues with your parents without your permission, unless you are actively suicidal or thinking about harming another person.  The therapist can become your helper to communicate with your mother and maybe father when the time comes that you are ready.  You can politely  tell her that some comments are not helpful, such as "how girly your figure is" or things like that.  Thank her for being your parent, but tell her you on a a journey of discovery in your mind and will communicate with her as you progress.  I have 3 adult children and had to butt out of their lives for some of their goals, which were hard for me, even though they are all three cis/het.
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