At 5/30/14 09:21 PM, Vnzi wrote:
Well, wearing makeup is something to help, but feminizing makeup can do wonders on your overall look. For example, contouring and highlighting can change your overall facial appearance. On acting like a girl? You don't have to worry about that, really act the way you want to.
Best of luck!
Really want to practice makeup but living in a house with Conservative Christians.... kind of hard to find time to go for looking more like a passable lady on a daily basis. Just one more reason I look forward to moving out and away from where I currently live.
At 5/30/14 11:14 PM, WiiFittoToreinaa wrote:
1. Pee sitting down
I already do.
2. don't workout, well you can do toning/jogging but not to get buff
Currently doing jogging, going to start doing sit ups and crunches next week.
3. don't get angry or yell alot
I try not to, but sometimes I can be a bit loud if excited.
4. eat things such as salads and avoid barbiques n such
Getting used to salads will take awhile, funny for me I guess. I am eating less meat which is a good thing in this case.
5. keep your legs closed and sit up at all times
So hard to sit up straight since I usually don't sit in a chair often. As for keeping my legs closed, I practice that when I see myself opening my leg.
6. have intrest in clothing and cute things
I already do. :3
7. use emotes such as (✳¯︶¯✳)/(@^*^@)/｡･ﾟﾟ･(>д<)･ﾟﾟ･｡
Can do, so many fun emotes to use. <3
8. cry a lot and be emotional (it would help you enjoy drama/romance movies better anyways)
I am emotional but hard to cry even when I feel a need to.
9. No burping or farting or discussing about going #2
Burping and farting can't really be helped. As for the latter, I usually get a bit grossed out about that.
10. Make sure you don't revail your kiwi's outlines (you can search amazon for trans panties that does the job)
Did not think about that one, thanks for bringing it up.
You want to be an effective trap right?
Very much so. Practicing a softer and more feminine voice is hard for the moment given how deep my voice is. :'(
At 5/30/14 11:23 PM, Entice wrote:
They also use scrotal tissue. That's why it's a good idea not to get an orchiectomy if you're planning on getting SRS, it reduces the amount of tissue available.
Good to know then.
The risk of losing sexual sensation is really scary, I hope vaginas grown from stem cells become possible really soon but I'm sure politics will get in the way.
More like religion will try to get in the way, politics is usually just looking at why and if it should be ok in these cases. Religious fear-mongering groups will just try to say that we have no right to be happy, they really do need to pull their heads out of their asses.
At 5/31/14 01:21 AM, Sensationalism wrote:
Don't sit with your legs open. Don't hunch over too much. Go for hugs more than handshakes. high fives more than handshakes even. Offer support rather than solutions. Sit with legs crossed as you please. Make sure your bra fits. Make sure it isnt showing. Don't accidentally go in menss bathroom. etc.
So hard to not hunch over, glad I bought a corset to help practice sitting up straight. I prefer hugs over handshakes, and high fives over hand shakes as well. As for the bras and restroom, will just take time and breaking learned heabits.
At 5/31/14 04:25 PM, Painbringer wrote:
BTW, kids these days are getting gender reassignment surgery done as young as 5! That means a cleaner slate and none of the fear that comes with going through puberty.
My BF showed me a video earlier today.
Have seen those, amazing things. I only find it annoying, that once again, religions try to say it's parents "indoctrinating" their kids, quite ironic given the religious parents are the ones indoctrinating, more often than anything.