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Probably weird for me to ask and something that's too curious


Mary Jane

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First off i still don’t know my gender and 2nd I think I’m curious about this because trans still seems right and before getting them I for some reason want to know how it feels. How does the private part feel if I ever decide to change it and how would breasts if I ever get breasts 

 

i am super sorry if this is too far ??

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The question is fine, Mary Jane.  But I'm not sure how to answer it. Breasts just feel like a part of you, totally natural, just there.  My personal reaction had more to do with what they looked like than how they felt.  It just seemed so amazing, so beautiful, so feminine, to see them in the mirror on my own body.  Kind of miraculous, actually, after imagining it all my life.

 

I don't have the "private part" so I'll refrain from talking about that.  Others I'm sure can weigh in on how that felt to them.

 

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Carolynn Got it right as far as boobies are concerned. Its a strange thing but as much as you always wanted them as many woman like us do once they are there they just become part of you. Granted they do let you know they are there when they develop. Mine blossomed and it wasnt to funny when you forget and bash them.

Being honest as the years go by they become a bit of a hazard. many of my female freinds dislike theres but for me i suppose the magic is still there. Looking in the mirror and seeing them poking out is still quite wonderful. BUT Its not a sexual thing. its more a degree of satisfaction. You have reached a goal and theres the proof

 

Private parts are a diffrent matter. I its like anything on your body. You just get use to it. once you get over that honeymoon period then its basically just a part of you.  You no longer think about it. Ok so if you have dysphoria then perhaps thats the only thing that can alleviate the symptoms. But that isnt always the case. Much the same as you dont think about your arm. Its still there but it isnt constanly on your mind. being honest the only time i think is when its there starring at me in the mirror. Then you do notice for about 2 minutes. But thats more thinking about what if and i wonder how things may have been diffrent. So I wouldnt put to much emphasis on what you can physically change i would first concentrate on what you can mentally change before you go anywhere near physical changes. Some people never physically change them selfs. Its a matter of choice and what ultimatly makes you happy. if you let what defines you be ruled by whats between your legs then is that really the right way to think? 

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2 hours ago, Maid In Bedlam said:

if you let what defines you be ruled by whats between your legs then is that really the right way to think? 

That’s exactly right. It’s what’s between your ears that really matters. The joy for me is seeing the physical me start to reflect the inner me. Then I wonder, “what if I were blind?” The inner me would be that much more important. Although remarks along the lines of “you look beautiful “ would be received better than “you look handsome”. So there is that.

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Ok, so for starters breasts... right now they're sore. ?

 

In seriousness though, and I'm still in the shallow end of transition, they're a part of me. A part I have to protect because if I don't they let me know. I have no earthly idea how women ran before the invention of the bra. If you really want to know how they feel on your chest, I'd suggest a pair of forms but you probably don't have the means to get them at this point. You can fake it with a couple of small water balloons (use good quality rubber) and a borrowed bra. That's what I did when I was your age. Do not overfill. You can also manage with socks, but I remember preferring the balloons. Again, and I can't stress this enough, don't use the kind designed to break on impact. Good, solid rubber balloons.

 

As for my privates, they're just another part of me, but they feel right. That's just the best way to describe them. They feel like I've got the right parts and it shut the dysphoria monster up.

 

Hugs!

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Thank you all for answering ? and was kind of expecting the answers because everything I have (even things I put on like glasses or clothes) is just there it feels natural, I barely notice it. all of it pretty much feels like nothing maybe I feel it but as @Maid In Bedlam said “you don’t think about your arm” and yea with everything it’s like that, for me anyways

7 hours ago, Maid In Bedlam said:

i would first concentrate on what you can mentally change before you go anywhere near physical changes. Some people never physically change them selfs. Its a matter of choice and what ultimatly makes you happy. if you let what defines you be ruled by whats between your legs then is that really the right way to think? 

 

6 hours ago, AgnesBardsie said:

That’s exactly right. It’s what’s between your ears that really matters. The joy for me is seeing the physical me start to reflect the inner me. Then I wonder, “what if I were blind?” The inner me would be that much more important. Although remarks along the lines of “you look beautiful “ would be received better than “you look handsome”. So there is that.

 yea I’m going mental first not physical i know I don’t need to physically change, that it’s entirely up to me 

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