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I am new here and am very excited to have found this page. I am 45 yo man and have been cross dressing off and on since I was 14. I am married for 20 years now and this is one of the things I haven’t shared with my wife. Lately when I dress I have wanted to move things to a new step.  When I was young and used to dress I owned some fabric breast forms I purchased from lady grace. I really miss how much more complete I felt when I would put those in. Recently I bought some small breast forms. This time they are silicone and I can’t believe how much more femanine and lady like I feel when I have those in. Feeling them jiggle in my bra makes me feel so lady like. Now I am looking into bigger forms. I would really love some quality DDD or even bigger. Does anyone have any recommendations as to where I can get a large pair without breaking the bank to get them? I also came across something called the Gina clip. I love how it looks when applied and would really love to try it. I am having trouble finding it to purchase.  Does anyone know where I find them for sale and has anyone tried them? I am curious about long term wearing and how comfortable they are. Thank you! 

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First, Welcome to the forums Dguzas01. I found a discussion in the Mtf forum titled "Vagina prosthesis? Gina clip?" dated May 30, 2016. To save time, you can just type in gina clip and scroll down and you will find it there. The thread is archived but it should answer your question. From what i've read they are not worth the money. I hope this helps you out.




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This is the link to the post that @BrandiBri referred to above, and I did in fact put my wooden nickle into the discussion as I thought.  I won't really try to stop you from trying one, or even  a prosthetic vulva/vagina if you want one, but from personal experience, it was a matter of the rich and the foolish,.  The rich being the guy you buy it from, and the foolish "the buyer".    The whole topic is helpful though. 


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Thank you Vicky! Definitely some helpfull info in that discussion.  I had been intrigued at the thought of the prosthetic vaginas but now think I will stear clear of them. I am still very interested in the Gina clip though ?. I am just having the hardest time finding where to buy one ☹️.  I did actually make a purchase of some silicone breast forms off of eBay tonight?. For the price they seemed like it was worth the try. The sellers had very good ratings and I was able to purchase a beautiful (hope there as good in person as they look) silicone breast form that covers from the neck to the waist and straps around the back. They are a size DD and am very excited for it.  I also purchased a set of JJ/H cup mastectomy silicone forms?? I have a feeling I went over the top with these but have always dreamed of having a massive chest. Going to have to buy a new bra for these ?more shopping??. Ebay could get me into trouble. I would love to post a pic but don’t think I can put that up. Is there someplace I can put up pics once I get them to show my new self off? 

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5 hours ago, Dguzas01 said:

Is there someplace I can put up pics once I get them to show my new self off? 

You have your own gallery here to put pics in.  Go to your profile and it will link you in.   You cannot post pictures of yourself without full clothing coverage of your chest or bottom  though.  

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22 minutes ago, VickySGV said:

You have your own gallery here to put pics in.  Go to your profile and it will link you in.   You cannot post pictures of yourself without full clothing coverage of your chest or bottom  though.  


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40 minutes ago, VickySGV said:

You have your own gallery here to put pics in.  Go to your profile and it will link you in.   You cannot post pictures of yourself without full clothing coverage of your chest or bottom  though.  

Good to know. I will dress appropriately  ?

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I Think I Will Just Stick To My Bra Wearing...Thank You !

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