Transgender Shows The Journey From Male To Female Over 2 Years (15 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       5 May 2020       3239       28

“I guess I just feel like a real person now. Like, everything was gray before. I was alive, but I wasn’t living, if that makes sense. I was acting like a real person and doing things that real people did but everything felt pretend.

Even just after starting hormones, the difference was astounding. I only had estrogen in my body for a couple of days and everything had noticeably changed. It was like an alarm had been ringing in the back of my head my entire life and I was so used to it that I thought it was normal, but all of a sudden it was gone and for the first time in my life I could actually LIVE and hear everything so clearly without the alarm drowning everything out. It was like I could see colors for the first time, like I’d never really smiled and I was just learning what it felt like, like I’d never noticed all the beautiful trees and flowers and weeds and rocks around me.Then, as my body started changing, I’d wake up every day excited to notice something new. My muscles I hated so much (I lifted weights a lot in my denial phase) were suddenly shrinking, my boobs were growing, my skin was softer and more sensitive to the touch. I’d bump my chest against the door frame ’cause I wasn’t used to having anything there to bump. A few months later, the same thing started happening with my hips.

I started seeing a real person in the mirror. Like the mask I’d worn my whole life was slowly fading away and each day my reflection made more and more sense.

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I started experiencing emotions like I always wished I could. I experienced emotions I didn’t even know existed. I would cry at a cute meme on Instagram or a touching story from another trans girl and it felt like pure ecstasy. When I felt angry or sad, I didn’t have to bottle things up and let them out in bursts of anger. I could cry and feel and experience the sadness and feel it slowly melt away from me.

So I guess in summary, I feel ‘real’ now. I feel happy and right and content and grateful that I’m finally able to live as a real person.”

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Viv 3 month s ago
That is horrendous
       
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Dickie 3 month s ago
I'm scared... 36
       
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Fenrisulven 3 month s ago
So he became a doll? Talks about being a real person, but hides behind tonnes of makeup.
Never underestimate the power of large crowds, of stupid people.
       
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Vicki 3 month s ago
I think you're missing a word there in the title. should be something like "Transgender timeline" or "transgender person" as is it makes no sense, because transgender is an adjective.
       
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Jeanne 3 month s ago
Insert Crocodile Dundee bar scene comment.
       
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Clo 3 month s ago
Gross.
       
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Elvie 3 month s ago
As long as she's happy now.
       
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Catherine 3 month s ago
Groce. Still a dude. Now everyone thinks he’s a freak.
       
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Hal 3 month s ago
Does “she” still have male plumbing? If so, she’s a he.
       
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Lidia 3 month s ago
Hal,Even with a change in plumbing, the chromosomes stay the same.
       
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Kent 3 month s ago
hah this dude needs a building permit for that makeup sarcastic
       
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Robin 3 month s ago
why is izismile promoting this mental illness?
       
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Salvador 3 month s ago
Robin,

41 dance3 JC-LOL
       
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Valerie 3 month s ago
2-legged fraud.
       
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Eleanor 3 month s ago
Wow, so much intolerance. Didn’t any of you ever learn that if you don’t have anything nice to say, keep your mouth shut? I learned that in kindergarten, ffs.

This all stems from the idea that women are put on this Earth to be physically objectified. Now that he is a she, men think it’s their right to objectify her. It’s sad that a post like this gets more comments, mostly negative, than anything. Truly disgusting.
       
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Matty 3 month s ago
Eleanor,
FFS? hypocritical much and can't keep your mouth quiet? guess you failed kindergarten.
       
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Eleanor 3 month s ago
Matty, and where did I say anything nasty about anyone? Speaking the truth must have really hit a nerve with you, huh?
       
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Eleanor 3 month s ago
Matty, there is a big difference between bullying someone and calling out that bully.

But I’m not surprised you would choose to focus on my comments rather than the actual issue. Everyone jumps on the bandwagon to support prejudiced behavior. It’s sad.
       
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Lula 3 month s ago
Eleanor,
The pinnacle of hypocrisy: Those who cannot accept themselves, asking the rest of us to accept their self-delusion. belay
       
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Eleanor 3 month s ago
Lula, wut?
       
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Eleanor 3 month s ago
To the person featured in this post: if you happen across these nasty comments, just keep doing you. When people put you down, it’s their problem, not yours. Never let other people’s prejudice and negativity affect you; don’t give them any power in your life, bebby.
       
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Ellen 3 month s ago
Too slow. I can do that in less than 2 years and also revers in even less that less than 2 years. 35
       
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Madie 2 month s ago
The dude in this post is a sexist mysoginist. By pretending to be a woman he'll take away other womans rights by claiming said rights as his own. Why aren't feminists upset over this?
       
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Anthony 2 month s ago
Live and let live I say. Someone feels like they were born into a body that doesn't match how they perceive themselves? It's none of my (or your)
damn business what they do about it. It does amaze me how christian conservatives shout about freedom and liberty right up until they encounter something they don't like or understand.
       
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Noel 2 month s ago
I know this girl. I did him as a dude and then later as a chick. @$$ was the same both times.
       
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Shel 2 month s ago
Gross
       
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Persephone 2 month s ago
Still a man baby, but good for him. As long as he's happy
       
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Kizza 2 month s ago
[email protected]#K you and this post. This person has a mental illness and should not be celebrated, as they most likely will still commit suicide later in their life. dash
       
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