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i dont know what 2 do about my hair so i was wondering wat everyone thought

look at my gallery for pics

i just got internet back from the wind storm :D

i took the colgai test and got and. but i really feel like im ts ik its only a just a test but what did u think of ur results or anything of that soft.

as of late im really confused and im not 100% if im a ts but i love being femine and dressing up, but i can see my future self as a male or as a female.... but deep inside i feel like idk what i really want. or i would come out so i could start transition.

thanks rosey

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I don't know how this plays with therapists, but, from what I understand some people are "part" male and "part" female and happy to vacillate between the two. In that case I would think the question is "how much transition you need" for happiness? For example, female hormones to satisfy that portion of you but perhaps not complete SRS? If anyone knows more, please help.

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Guest BrittaneyJ

Evan, you said it perfectly. How much transition do you need to be happy? Personally I need to go all the way. I am a girl and I can't ever be a guy! But that is just me. For each person it is totally different.


Brittaney J

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I read about the test that it is not good to use to classify by yourself. The problem is the limited amount of questions. For example teh question if it is easy for you to show to north. I know real guys who can not handle a map. I know real girls who are perfect in navigation with the map. So it is not a real good question.

I think, for you it is important what you want. Ask yourself in every point of life if you want to be a girl or a boy. Also take note that a lot of things are also done by both genders. It is strange to be a car mechanic if you are a girl but it is okay. If you want to wear a skirt and you like to fix cars than it is okay. You must not give up somethings because it does not fit into the view of the world of one special gender.

Some ideas to your hair style. Girls often use not there natural hair color. You can do something with this. But this will not be removed within minutes. Make the hairs longer. Do something with your eyebrows. I think that this is a very dominant part of the face and girls eyebrows are not so string as boys eyebrows. You can use powder to higlight them and a pen to make a thin sharp line. Do not take it to serious. I am still learning my make up and hair style.



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hey thanks for the help :D

ik i would wax my eyebrows if i was out but since im still in hiding u know ill have 2 wait

yea i think im ts bc at schooll that all i could thik is being a girl :D and looking pretty and firly girlish like the other girls

only if my parents could be accepting if i came out which laed to my next thing..

i was wondering if i should come out to email or in person (im in hs) so idk what be more aproate ol bad spelling 2 lazy 2 change it

thanks as always rosey

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Guest sara w.

im not sure how many people know this but i know 3 dif ways you can have the hormone therapy


2.hormone patches


i think there might be a fourth but im not entirely sure.

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Guest Sofiadragon
Evan, you said it perfectly. How much transition do you need to be happy? Personally I need to go all the way. I am a girl and I can't ever be a guy! But that is just me. For each person it is totally different.


Brittaney J

I know exactly how you feel I @ first wasn't sure how far that I was going to go w/ this but then after about a month of thinking about living the rest of my life as a male I actually started to get sick to my stomach @ the thought & then when I started to think about living my life as a woman I was getting really happy.

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