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Besides either being born in the right body or being able to just change to your desired body.......... what would you wish for if you had a magic wand?

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Sara_Leighanne

I have thought about this a lot. I would want to picture my body, face and most importantly age and wave the wand. I would probably want to start young so that I would the full experience of puberty and growing into a woman. Other reason would be so that I could start early as a ballerina or dancer of some discipline.

 

I often have a fantasy where something really bad happens to my body and The doctors tell me they have a experimental program where they can download my mind into another body that is brain dead. I agree but all they have is a 9 year old girl. Yea it is a silly fantasy I know. 

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not so silly - I've had it to....never got it down to a specific age - but young...

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This would be kinda nice. 

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QuestioningAmber

I think for me what I would want to do is wave the magic wand and just have a more accepting and supportive society. I look at the chaos of politics, the hate going around, and the us vs them stances, and make that go away. Where I can go be Amber tomorrow and not worry about being singled out as an odd ball.

 

I can appreciate the desire to have grown up female, but there are certain things I would have lost out on. One thing is my wife and I wouldn't be together because she never would have dated me because I was female. I don't know if I would have survived some of the things growing up with the way my mom was with boys, what it would have been like being the only girl.

 

This is just my take on what I would want. There is still a part of me that would want to have a magic female body with all the reproductive organs still.

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A better political climate would certainly be good.

And to be honest, I would miss my family/children who are my main support these days.  Even my ex has been supportive (although she is still my ex)  So I don't regret my past.  

But still how wonderful it would have been to grow up as you wish you could have.

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Charlize

I remember as a child  dreaming nightly of being a girl but it was only a dream.  Instead i learned a male life.  So much to learn, so many experiences over all those years.  I'm gad of them.  I've had a good life.  Now i've grown to understand the beauty of seeing both sides so i wouldn't want to loose that.

What would i do with a wand......i'm not sure so i guess i would put it away for someone else, who feels they need it.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize 

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what a beautiful sentiment... you certainly are a kind and generous person Charlize

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On 7/27/2020 at 2:40 AM, Shay said:

being able to just change to your desired body

This one.
Just like @Charlize my AMAB life has been part of my identity for this long, and it brought me to the place I am today.  I have no desire to reject that or have it vanish (with a magic wand ?‍♀️)

Great question though, Heather Shay.  Everybody's reply is the Correct Answer❣️

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I agree. @KayC  it is nice to see answers and both you and @Charlize have such a beautiful attitude and self acceptance and you have given you joy to see that our lives are individual and so special and something we should be proud of no matter how many struggles we have been through.

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Dana Michelle

Immortality, a cure for depression and PTSD, to never have to go to the bathroom, a warp capable starship

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Wow that is going to take some wand....i wish I had one to give you for real

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