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lgballt · 2 days ago
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Clothes - Transmasc folks have no obligation to dress or look a certain way.
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GNC trans men - you’re wonderful!
Gender-conforming trans men - you’re amazing!
Binary trans men - you’re awesome!
Nonbinary trans men - you’re very cool!
Trans men in general - I hope you have a wonderful day. You deserve to feel safe in your identity and in how you choose to present yourself. I wish you happiness and reasons to laugh.
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04thz2 · 2 days ago
Your trans body is valid!
I know that we often only see “conventionally attractive”, white, cis-passing trans guys in the media, but there is so much beautiful diversity in the transmasc community! We come in all shapes and sizes, colours, ethnicities, etc! So it doesn’t matter if you’re short, tall, skinny, fat, muscular, long hair or short hair, skin colour, background, fem or masc presenting, whatever! YOUR trans body is SO FREAKIN VALID! Have an awsome day!
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transenbyconfessions · 2 days ago
I’m having such a hard time being trans/enby. I see all these posts saying that being trans is such a wonderful thing and they love it and don’t need validation from cis people. But honestly right now, I do need that validation. I’m caught between not liking my body now, and knowing I would not like my body post transition bc it still wouldn’t be a cis male body. I feel like I don’t see anyone talk about how much that hurts and aches, and how disconnecting it is from one’s body to just hate it bc it will never be what they deeply want it to be. Bc I am pre-op entirely, and not on hormones, dating is so hard bc I’m gay, but not in the body gay men generally want.
I’m also fat, so that adds so many layers of body hate. I wish wearing a binder felt euphoric to me but tbh it feels uncomfortable, sweaty, no support and my hips still feel way too femme anyway.
All of this to say, I am having a really, really, really hard time in my trans body, in my fat trans body. And I feel like I don’t know anyone who can relate.
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transmasc-shit · 2 days ago
i met one of the managers at my work for the first time tonight and she was like “btw im really obsessed with your name i love it it’s so cool” and i got to say “thanks i chose it myself” and she thought that was so funny
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Thinking about Repo! and like, fuck GeneCo, but
1) Do they do top surgery and
2) What are they gonna do if I don’t pay? Send the Repo Man to REATTACH my boobs??
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nebuloves · 9 months ago
reminder that trans people can be fat. trans people can like being fat. trans people can be confident and fat. trans people dont have to lose weight to pass or be more attractive.
if you're trans and fat i love you, our bodies are stunning, we dont have to conform to skinny people's standards. fat trans people are incredible and deserve the world.
i love my fat trans body.
thin people may reblog but dont say anything. transmeds, transphobes, and fatphobes DNI.
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grrrlangstnatural · 24 days ago
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You shouldn't have to choose between being happy and being respected as the gender you are
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amurder-ofcrows · a month ago
my transition journey in pictures
before realizing i’m trans (she/her)
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coming out as nb (they/them)
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coming out as a trans guy (he/him)
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last photo before starting T (he/him)
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first photo (roughly) after top surgery (he/him)
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one year on T (he/him)
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two years on T (he/him…..?)
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two years post-op (he/him….?)
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today, two and a half years on T and settling on the label of a genderqueer trans man (he/they!)
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it’s been a long journey and there’s still so much to come but i want every young trans person who thinks it won’t get better to know that it does, it totally does. i remember being that scared girl, unsure of what she was, and i remember being that scared boy, scared of not passing enough and being too much of a burden on people. today i’m comfortable knowing that i’m both nonbinary and a man, and that’s ok. some people might not understand at first, but those who matter will try. if someone tries to deny your existence, they don’t belong in your life. being trans is a beautiful experience, a painful, hard, tedious, yet ultimately worth it experience. i’ve lost people along the way while i’ve become myself, but i grew stronger than who they were trying to force me to be.
tl;dr : it does get better. keep fighting
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intersexfairy · 6 days ago
trans men with large chests, especially fat and/or curvy trans men with large chests: you are wonderful and priceless as men in this community. and more than that - this world. you are no less of a man because of your body. you are amazing as you are. there is nothing wrong with you.
and i hope that if you arent comfortable in your body, you're able to do what you need to be comfortable in it and enjoy it - whether that's wearing clothes you like, binding, getting top surgery, embracing your large chest and not hiding it, a combination of these, etc. you deserve happiness. i promise.
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I don’t tell people the story of how I chose my name because I feel ashamed about it. I’m transmasc and the I got the name from a transfemme streamer. I can’t help but feel at least bit guilty that I see the name that she chose as masculine, especially when it’s used for me. I feel worried that I’m invalidating her identity and that seeing her as a man on some level. I don’t know if me using her name is offensive or not.
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transmasc-shit · a day ago
i definitely did not just start crying because i put my school uniform on for the first time while wearing a binder and my chest looked super flat nope not me
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caswarrenart · 8 months ago
Work by trans and nonbinary illustrator Casper Warren
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You can support my work by following, reblogging, DMing me for a print, and/or tipping me on ven/mo @c_art . Thank you for sharing! 🌈
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bikenesmith · 15 days ago
please reblog; black trans person in need
our manipulative landlord revealed she hadn't signed our lease, and had sold the building to new owners who will be occupying all the units early next year.
me + my bf need to move ASAP + scrape together money for a new apartment - 1st/last/deposit and moving costs. this is completely out of the blue as our landlord has been keeping this from us for months, and we are in no financial place to be moving.
we're planning to move with current + former roommates and are looking into housing relief funds right now (as well as legal retribution) but whether that will work out/how fast it will work out is up in the air right now.
if you can't donate please reblog! thanks so much
donate via ko-fi
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so-over-ableism · a month ago
What to expect from Testosterone from just starting to 2 1/2 years
hi friends, i just hit my 2 and a half year mark on T, and i’m going to summarize all the changes in chronological order! this is gonna be long so buckle up
1 month
- SWEAT. so much sweat. the middle of winter? sweat. summer? EVEN MORE sweat. it was the first thing that happened to me, and i felt gross until i got used to it. weirdly enough, the strong body odor wouldn’t really come until 3 months, but by that time, i was already wearing a lot of deodorant to help with the sweat so i didn’t stink. i still have an almost permanently shiny face tho
- oils. your body starts to get oily and combined with the sweat you’re just glistening and you suddenly understand what greasy pizza feels like. you’re an oily snack.
- acne. because of the sweat and oils, your pores start to get clogged and acne begins to form. it’s also natural to get more persistent acne even if you have a skin care routine. remember, you’re essentially a teenage boy going through puberty. you’re gonna get acne and it’s gonna last for a few years. i still have persistent acne
- hunger. i was so fucking hungry for the first few months on t, starting right after i started t. try to keep eating healthy but it’s good to satisfy that hunger because your body is using a lot of energy shifting and also you’re literally going through puberty and that’s when cis guys eat like crazy
3 months
- leg hair thickens and darkens. it’s so fun!!! my leg hair also got a lot longer even tho i stopped shaving a while before i started T. if you already have thick hair/have family with arm hair, it won’t be just your legs. i just am like my moms side of the family and they don’t have a lot of leg hair to begin with let alone arm hair so i had to start from scratch
- start of bottom growth. at this point, your clitoris is going to start to grow. this is because when a baby is in the womb, they begin growing as female, giving the babies nipples and female genitalia. a wave of progesterone happens at a point and at this point, the baby develops in a way that will make them be assigned either male or female at birth. if the baby grows to be amab, testosterone amount grows in the body and the clitoris the baby has gets bigger and the urethra elongates and goes through the now penis, and the vagina closes and the labias majora and minora seal to create the ballsack (which is why there’s a seam on the ballsack) and testicles form in the ballsack. that’s essentially what t is trying to do to you. it’s recognizing the increased testosterone and is trying to grow the penis that would have been grown in fetal development. this normally hurts like a burning sensation, because the clitoris is a bunch of nerves and those nerve endings growing and shifting is painful. just get an ice pack or a heating pad (whatever helps you specifically) and put it between your legs.
- start of voice drop. it won’t be a drastic change, but you may start having voice cracks and your voice may become more ambiguous sounding. it will continue to deepen the longer you’re on t, and it normally hits its peak around 2 years. mine is still getting deeper, but it’s much less drastic than the 1 year to 2 year range
- potential facial hair growth
- menstruation should be stopped by now if not already stopped by norethindrone
6 month
- by this point you’re probably feeling a rollercoaster of emotions. again, it’s puberty. you’re feeling teen angst. you may feel gross. you may feel more irritable. you won’t cry as easily to the point when it’s frustrating when you’re really worked up and just CANT cry it out. you get used to it, don’t worry
- facial hair continues to grow. mostly starts of as baby fuzz but will thicken up over time. i started getting facial hair on my side burns first, then on my chin and neck. even at 2 1/2 years, my beard isn’t fully formed, it’s patchy and needs some more time but it started here
- face structure begins to change from softer to more angular
- fat redistribution. fat moves away from the hips and butt to the stomach and legs. potential weight gain as it shifts
- muscle mass changes. muscles start to appear bulkier without working out. will affect weight as muscle is heavier than fat
- continuing and increase in what i mentioned before
- here’s where my voice went from slightly getting lower to a full on drop
1 year
- upper body is settling into either a rectangular shape or a triangle shape, depending on what you’re starting with. even if you get to a rectangle shape here, you may reach a triangle later on (like i did).
- this is also the point where top surgeons start accepting referrals for the procedure. personally, my doctor did 6 months on T, but most doctors like 6months to a year on T
- leg muscles settle into place, as it can be a bit irregular up until this point (i had thick thighs and small calves up until this point)
2 years
- slow steady muscle building and bulking up. i went from being drowned in my new Philadelphia Flyers jersey i got for christmas last year to completely filling it out a year later. slow and steady wins the race my friends
- if your acne hasn’t gotten better with a skin care routine, or is becoming cystic, i suggest seeing a dermatologist. they can give you antibiotics and creams
- intense hunger starts to die down, as well as mood irregularities
- voice should be pretty deep at this point, and your body has gotten used to the thickened vocal chords so it doesn’t strain your body anymore to talk in a deep voice, it comes naturally. if you’re still having trouble at this point, consider doing vocal training
and that’s all i got folks, i may update this post when i hit 3 years to add what happened between the second and third year but i hope this helps!
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