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So, I’m about two years on T and thinking about getting a hysto now to head off any atrophy that might occur. I’m in a good place now physically and have good insurance, so I would rather do it now than wait. I talked to my doc about it and she gave the the number to a gynecologist and a trans plastic surgeon. I’m not sure which I should pursue. I also don’t know how to get insurance to cover it, because I definitely can’t pay for it myself. Any stories from people who have had a hysto you would be willing to share? Especially how to get insurance to cover it. I would be grateful.

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im gonna yell something because if i need to hear it, then so do some of y'all more likely than not.


MEN ARE ALLOWED TO BE FEMININE

CIS MEN ARE ALLOWED TO BE FEMININE

TRANS MEN ARE ALLOWED TO BE FEMININE

YOU DONT HAVE TO HIDE A PART OF YOURSELF TO APPEAL TO PEOPLE WHO AREN’T YOU

THE ONLY PERSON WHOSE OPINION MATTERS ABOUT YOURSELF IS YOUR OWN



I just had to get that out there.

As of right now im nearly 11 months on testosterone, almost a year, and I’ve had a lot of self doubt and confusion over whether it was the right path or if I had just been deluding myself for nearly 5 years on my identity. I’ve always had a fickle relationship with my gender and sexuality, nothing ever seems to fit quite right, and its brought a lot of pain and needless torment over the years, but that doesn’t mean that my path isn’t the right one.

some aspects of myself are masculine, some are feminine, some are neither. It’s different levels of each for everyone, but we all have them. It doesn’t make you any less of what you say you are.

I hated that I still had feminine aspects of myself years into social transition, I hated that I couldn’t conform to what the general accepted view of what a trans man should be or whatever “trans experience” was deemed valid at the time.

I’ve tried for so long to push down all evidence of my femininity because I felt like that was the only way that I could be accepted in my identity by my family and by society in general.

But that’s not true.

You should be able to express all aspects of yourself, regardless of the expectations of the world around you. it isn’t their body, it isn’t their mind, it isn’t their life.

It will still be a long battle, and doubts and insecurities will always be there, but you can get through it. we can get through it.


Be unapologetically yourself. If nothing else, always strive to be authentic to yourself, whatever that may mean for you at the time.

Thanks for reading my late night PSA.

-Corvus

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So I got my period today and was immediately angry and upset. I wanted to hurt myself and others, which is really out of character for me. But my mum is a social worker and I asked her for help and I’m not mad anymore. Here are the simple steps to surviving a period lads!

1- Gratitude. No matter how shitty something is, showing gratitude for even the tiniest thing can help. Be grateful that you’re flow isn’t too heavy, or that your cramps aren’t as bad. And if they are, at the very least be grateful that your body is doing a natural part of life. It isn’t pleasant but it’s normal and most importantly, it’s healthy.

2- Acceptance. This part is hard at first but I found it freeing more than anything. Remember that a period is a cycle, like breathing and eating. Don’t tell yourself that it’s only for girls, don’t mention gender at all. It’s just a cycle that your body goes through. But the best part? Estrogen essentially goes through your body, but your body doesn’t need it, so it gets rid of it. A period is getting rid of your estrogen. Naturally, what chemical is left? Testosterone! Your period isn’t making you feminine, but it can be seen as a de-feminizing process!

3- that leads on to 3, take care of yourself. After your mental space is grateful and accepts that you actually have less estrogen in your body and more testosterone, take care of yourself! Eat good foods and drink plenty of water to make it lighter and hopefully ease cramping. While your body is running on t, do some workouts to get your ideal body! Do hobbies and things that interest you, keep your mind stimulated!

Obviously I haven’t gone into close details, but this is the general idea! Good luck lads, I hope it helps!

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I NEED HELP FINDING A FANFIC!

It’s the one I got my new name from (dont JUDGE me I was 14) it was a fallout 4 slow burn Hancock x reader, or maybe Hancock x oc? But the character you read it as is named avery, and like. She was like a Cool Girl and she helped hancock with rebuilding stuff in good neighbor maybe, and it might have been called something like “that good neighbor good shit” but if anyone knows where I can find it PLEASE help me. Reblog if you can

Edit: it was NOT goodneighbor good shit

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yall breeders cant say shit until you had an actual mental breakdown about trans life expectancy statistics and conversion camps and the fear that you will legitimately get beat up by the 99% majority white, straight, conservative, Christian kids if you ever come out as trans at school

I’m living a lie for the majority of my week, not knowing how to get through this, and what do yall do? say the f slur bc “it isnt as bad as the n slur”. fuck you

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