There's a chance I'll try hormone therapy in the near/far future, but I'll give it time because of my mother and I'm not quite sure myself. However I do identify as transgendered. I don't have any female cloths but I'm hoping to get some, and I do have some panties and pretty knee socks. :>
I have a fairly masculine build though, big feet, pretty darn tall, and a fairly masculine face (Although I'm not quite sure how to identify a face, but it does feel masculine)
Are there any basic ways to change your voice, if even slightly? I don't really want to get a therapist for it yet, but I would like to get my voice to sound more feminine if even slightly.
Practice? I mean, i don't know where to start really.
Just start trying to speak more like a girl.
I don't really know how to put it. Maybe read some books or something.
Or try to mimic girls.
How does one's personality change when they receive hormone therapy.
Hi, everyone. My account may say I'm new to facepunch, but this is an alternate account, to preserve my anonymity. So, I think i may be transgender. (I'm male in body, by the way.) My reasons are: i feel closer to women, and always have, since i was very small, Including my parents, i've always felt closer to my mom then my dad. I love clothing and fashion, and all that jazz. the way i move, my speech patterns, they are all feminine, and i've felt kinda strange, acting like i do in a male body. What do you guys think? should i tell my parents and get therapy for this? my parents would be 100% accepting, BTW, i know them well enough to say that.
if it helps at all, i'm 15 years old.
So I bought some panty stock.
But I got the medium pair by accident.
It's too short :(
zeldy post yo tits.
this is a completely serious post
Oh my. The panty stockings are ripping
now it's just panty knee stockings.
Eugh, my voice is so deep, whenever anybody expects me to say something I get attacks of social anxiety, I realy need to sort this out, as it's begun to affect my relationchip with my boyfriend.
I can't get HRT unless I go private. NHS won't refer me since I have Disassociative Identity Disorder alongside my GID so they see it as "just a phase" and that I'm too likely to "change my mind".
Hello. Another alt here (I'm not the same person ).
I identify as female. Have done for a long, long time. My problem is that I'm absolutely terrified of telling my family and a couple of months ago this really, really started getting to me. Obviously this doesn't help in even beginning to so much as see a therapist.
I don't think they would react too badly as they are not at all social conservatives, but that doesn't stop me from being scared.
I told a friend I trusted a few years ago. When he started telling other people I backpeddled at the speed of light. Which I regret like hell.