-As a part time t-girl, have you ever considered taking hormones to get closer to your feminine self?
– I recently started HRT with the hope of my body turning more like it “should” have always been. I understand this is some kind of a hopeless effort to try and “pass” as a woman too (since I’m more genderfluid than in the wrong body). I was wondering – if not indiscreet – whether you went through HRT yourself or not, and if that boosted your confidence level, or if you just decided to just use breast forms and wigs and not change your body.
I have no personal experience when it comes to HRT (hormone replacement therapy). I have never felt like permanently modifying my body was something I needed to do, or wanted to do.
I see my body as a blank slate, a new piece of paper, and that I can wear whatever I want to. Obviously my body has characteristics that are typically associated with being physically male, but except for the occasional bouts with dysphoria, I don’t think my body holds me back from presenting as whatever gender I feel like presenting as.
I do wear breast forms, thighs pads, and hip pads as they help with providing a curvier figure. Since most dresses and skirts are designed for someone with a more shapely body, these forms make my clothes fit and look better.
I don’t feel I was born in the wrong body. I don’t feel that being assigned male at birth holds me back in any way from wearing what I want or identifying however I wish. Having the box for “male” checked on a form is a way for others to label me, and it’s not something that I allow to limit who I am.
I like both of my genders. I like being able to go back and forth. I don’t want to do anything to my body that is typically associated with either one of my genders, be it growing a beard or developing breasts. I feel limitless in terms of my gender presentation. I don’t like being limited in terms of what I can wear. Let’s face, society already does that for us.
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