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I can say it in a word and say "normal" but that is just me and doesn't convey any meaning at all. I have seen the posts about dilation but even then it usually is just described as uncomfortable or painful or annoying, which is about as helpful as "normal".

Going through the forums more deeply I have found one or two posts under obscure thread titles that start to approach answering the questions giving a nugget or two of description before veering into more emotional and psychologic territory, which is understandable given the joy of the moment most of these posters must be experiences.

I get the difficulty in describing indescribable sensations i. What does sweet taste like? What's it like to have an opposable thumb?

Sorry for the double post, I need to remember posts aren't editable here If you're interested in reading material check the "Books" sub-Forum in the "Entertainment Forum".

I guess I am "one of the new post-ops" Drea was referring to. Lets see if I can come close to what I think you are really asking -- this is a timeline, and things change over time.

At Pacific Standard Time on January 15 I could not have told you where my pain and feelings were coming from, all of me hurt. That was when I was brought to my room from the recovery ward.

For the first few weeks I could feel touch in the surgical field and most of it was recognizeable as coming from the right general area.

Painful sensations from inside the neo vagina did not however give me an accurate guide to source location. A painful sensation from inside of it DID feel like it was on my outer labia.

A yeast infection I developed did make the whole area painful on a uniform basis which did confuse things a bit more than just a bit.

I was able to sense where my dilator was with pretty good accuracy and relation to position. It felt like where it really was!

After the sutures had all dissolved, about 3 - 4 weeks touch sensations were traceable to specific locations, but just a bit off. It depended on the source of the tissue used for the plastic applications.

At about 7 weeks dilation did produce pleasurable sensation when the dilator tip was near the site of my prostate gland, and that was identifiable for where it was.

Sensation in the vagina did have some but not much similarity to sensation of the scrotal and penile shaft in nature, but I could identify its general location.

At six months nerve sensations became identifiable as to location on a predictable basis. In addition to basic pressure and temperature sensations, there were feelings that distinguished between pleasant and unpleasant touch and chemical contacts.

Last December at the 11 month spot in time, the clitoral and clitoral hood areas began intensifying their sensitivity to certain types of touch, and it is getting better every day.

My vulvar area is NOT the soul source of my erotic sensations, which was true before the surgery. There was some "phantom limb" types of sensation that resolved themselves over time and experience.

I know that my brain was highly involved in the matter as far as experience and repetition goes for lining my nerve patterns up, just the way they had been learned in my childhood and young adulthood.

Unless I specifically want an erotic dilation session, and prepare for it, dilation is the same as brushing my teeth and taking my full load of daily medication.

I classify a hot shower as a more pleasant single experience, and a bubble bath tops it all. Hey Vickie thanks for the response, you're on the right track.

I guess I'm really just on a search for the mundane, every day details of sensation - as if trying to describe if to someone with no frame of reference Thanks again for responding.

Put a glob of soap on your fingers and rub it in the palm of the other hand, or make an O of your forefinger and thumb and treat the center of the O to the hand soap.

Imagine that happening down in your crotch. That is the mundane, everyday sensation that I get from my daily chore.

I'm 13 months postop, and about 3 years on HRT. The time before both of those things seems forever ago. I am at that point that you mention, "so natural that I don't feel ill at ease any more".

Surgery - it was painful, but I tolerated the pain well. In fact, probably too well - I was overactive and caused myself problems at times.

Recovery - I had a number of post-op problems, and took nearly 2 months to be healed completely. I still have one post-op problem that may never be fixed.

Dilation - It's just a hygiene thing like many other things I do. I find it a pleasant, in the way that toothbrushing is pleasant. Sometimes it feels a lot better than toothbrushing could ever feel.

My doctor's instructions about it were rather loose, and I try to dilate every other day, but miss at least one day a week. Urination - At my job, I listen to other women doing their thing at about 10 times the rate I do.

And it's messy, I use lots of TP and occasional cleaning wipes. In spite of that, it's the time that I'm most conscious of my new parts, and I love the change.

Panties - Yes, it's good to pull them up and not have to tuck stuff away. It's a funny thing that catches me by surprise occasionally - the old habit of tucking has me reaching for something that isn't there any more - good for an inward smile.

I wear pantyhose 3 or 4 times a week. They feel especially comfortable nowadays. But, there is some residual postop sensitivity.

Cotton panties boring are far more comfortable than the pretty ones that I'd like to wear. What do I feel - I always felt like that other body part ruled my life.

It hijacked my consciousness all too frequently, and often totally inappropriately. I now feel free to live my life without that foreign object being in charge, I love that I can interact with anyone now, and not have the sexual dissonance in the background.

My term for it: "Peace in the panties". I do hope that everyone who needs to have surgery can eventually get there.

I am not saying however that it's the only solution, or even a perfect solution. But, for me, It's been a godsend, so glad that I had that opportunity.

I didn't have much pain at all. What discomfort I had was from my bowels being slow to wake up from the anesthesia, not from the op site.

Dilation quickly just becomes a chore that has to be done. How does it feel? Like it always should have.

I've sat down for years before SRS, so that hasn't changed at all. The only major change was needing to stock more toilet paper.

The biggest change with SRS was a profound feeling of congruence, of completeness and that I'm whole. What I like about Leah's post here is that it pretty simply gives the impression of the day to day experience.

Unless one's desire really was to just know what the surgery process is like, what post-op chores are line or post-op sex, I think it can't be stated much better than above.

I can never relate to these kinds of questions because they never crossed my radar. But it's kinda like what some people just before starting HRT ask.

What does it feel like to have boobs? In my day to day life, I don't notice or feel my fingers or my knees or my toes unless I focus on that area for some reason.

And I don't feel any breast growth. It isn't like that flesh feels different to everything else. As the healing continues, it is feeling more and more like nothing.

Like any other part of me. Shockingly, I am happy that my underwear fits better. I have no clue what went where or where things came from.

The sitting to pee thing is much messier at the moment but it's better than it was. Painful, yes!!! Dilation, routine, just like shaving was before and I hated to shave.

Restroom, yes, a lot easier and the women's locker room is a lot friendlier place to use now. HRT took care of clothes fitting right, as I was using them I noticed a large pun intended change in my bottom and hip areas so the surgery just made it perfect.

I am 7 years post op now so how does everything feel after all these years, perfect, like nature intended it to be this way, and that's a good feeling.

Hi Kira Firstly, I really wish for you that you can experience these things yourself one day. You sound like a young lady who really needs to have SRS and I hope you'll enjoy the journey to it in the same way I did.

What's it like being an post op MTF? Imagine being on a long journey home from a distant place, and then finally getting home and that "glad to be home" feeling.

We have all had that feeling after a long flight and a dreary drive home from the airport! Having SRS is that same feeling but ten times better and with a huge sense of sense pride, achievement and the relief that you are finally YOU.

For the physical side. Well my SRS experience was pretty much painless Charing Cross in London are fantastic and I will always look back on it with fond memories.

Dilation wasn't much fun in the early days though and it hurt like hell Things are obviously very different physically, but it was strange because it was like I just forgot overnight how my old kit felt and worked and my new kit just felt completely natural, as if I'd always had a vagina.

I took to my female anatomy like a duck to water and it just felt, and still does, totally normal. So whilst things are now in different places it is not something that I have ever really been that aware of.

Feeling the urge to pee is the same as before but the feeling is now lower down and of course, I have nothing to grab and squeeze any more if I'm fit to burst!

But generally, my brain just seemed to adjust straight away. Using ladies toilets is the same as before I had the surgery but the actual act of peeing became much easier for me anyway because there's no awkward untucking and re-tucking You just lower your now nicely fitting undies and sit down, completely hands free, just like any woman has to do.

However you now need to be aware of the general state of the toilet and the seat because the urethra is much shorter and positioned lower than before and so the dreaded urinary tract infections UTF are always a risk for females.

I have had a few in my 8 years post op and they are not nice. I never had a single UTF in all my years will male equipment but hey ho.

And you'll never realise how essential toilet paper is when you're a woman! Sensitivity is something I have thankfully retained and the great thing about being a female is that I can feel aroused without having to worry about anyone seeing a tell-tale bulge!

That is so liberating So how does being post op feel? It feels great to just be the real me after years of turmoil.

I hope you get to be who you want to be one day too Kira. I understand exactly what your asking, I ask it also..

But never get the response that Im looking for. I dont have to spread my fingers apart to bypass the junk so I can feel the smoothness between my legs.

If I press to hard I still feel sensation from the junk but if I softly caress the area I dont feel the "limb" and I feel like Im holding my real self.

The feeling overcomes me and I know that its a natural feeling. My brain sez "yes you are a woman" and my body sez "I feel as any woman does".

I know this isnt exactly what we are asking but it seems to answer at least some of my question. As far as top sensation.

I also try to internalize the feelings down below and feel what its like inside of me. I have had some success doing this and it feels wonderful.

My hopes are that someone can answer these questions for us and others the way we need them answered but for now we try what we can do to answer them our selfs.

Alexaz I definitely will, though it is a very long ways off in the future and by then I'll probably forget.

Well, perhaps I'm closer than both of you. My surgery date is set for June this year. For now, I feel the same as Alexa says except that my shape is different owing to being on HRT for 20 months.

My breasts are still developing and so they are hurting nearly all of the time I'm not complaining but they are definitely breasts now - though as yet, they don't seem to be as sensitive as I had expected.

Elsewhere, I've had muscle mass reduction and fat redistribution. In the 'downstairs' department, things have also reduced - so when I tuck, it gives the impression that there is nothing there.

The only time I really get a 'reminder' is when I go to the toilet - then of course because I'm pre-surgery ITS there and requires the usual rigmarole of tucking again.

Breast sensation? You say you dont feel much. Is that because your not fully developed or "just the way it is". Maybe others can answer this better.

As time goes on, do you have more sensation on the surface Downstairs: I have heard that HRT reduces size down there In my research very extensive I understand there are a lot of techniques to srs and some seem to create more sensation in the Vagina than others.

Any suggestions, comments, concerning this as I like most others would like the most "feeling" there if possible. Any does or donts from anyone on what will make this more effective and easier on my body.

In answer, the sensitivity I mentioned is the sort of pleasurable sensitivity experienced by some ciswomen and some women here who are further along in their transition than I am.

It's what I believe to be pleasure when the nipples and aereolas are stroked. I must admit that I have found more recently that there are times when I do experience some pleasure but not as much as I thought.

The pain I mentioned is a bit like if you had a bruise behind the nipple, I've now had that for almost 2 years and don't know if it will ever go away but I guess that's the price of womanhood.

Do I mind? Not one bit. It's been over a year since this thread was started, and yet only one person got close to answer the same question, so I'll try to clarify the question as I have the same curiosity.

I know I will find out myself, but that's still a few years down the line and I'm really really curious now, so let me phrase it this way: when an object is inserted into your neo vIt's been over a year since this thread was started, and yet only one person got close to answer the same question, so I'll try to clarify the question as I have the same curiosity.

I've always been intrigued by big changes in the body and what the sensation must be. Like really obese people, how does their body feel to them?

Or people that get breast reductions or mastectomies. A while ago I saw a clip from a stand up comedy routine by a transman, he said if he was into nipple play he would have to be touched in the armpits, because that's where his nipple sensation was after top surgery.

Or like something entirely different? Ridiculous as this may sound, but it's very difficult to describe. Let's look at how a fat person 'feels'.

As that person puts on weight it is a gradual process and so they adjust to the changing body shape etc as it happens.

My bum is bigger than it was before I started hormones- does it feel any different? Well, no - because it happened slowly and so how it felt adapted with the changes over many months.

The only reason that I know it's bigger is because my jeans are tighter. How does a 'neo vagina' your term, not mine feel.

In this instance, the change is sudden BUT it is 'moving things around' so it doesn't necessarily feel like a vagina per se.

I'm now one week post-op and I can describe how it feels in couple of ways Twinges - these tend to feel like they are coming from wherever the nerve was located before the op so a twinge can feel like it has just come from the foreskin area but that isn't there anymore so it must now be from my clitoris.

Tightness - this is a feeling around the whole of the site as it feels like there is still a surgical dressing pushed on the site but there is nothing there.

I put this down to the fact that there is an awful lot of swelling down there. So, I can honestly say that to me - my new vagina just feels like erm gosh this is difficult - ME.

It will take a little while now for my brain to catch up and recognise that there has been some 'shuffling' around down there.

By Jackie C. What's it feel like? Recommended Posts. Guest Posted April 9, Posted April 9, Link to post.

Guest JackieMichelle Posted April 9, Drea Posted April 9, I'm off topic here, Kira. Just sayin'. Huggs, Joann. I hope this is closer to what you were looking for in an answer.

Posted April 10, Guest Posted April 10, Hi Kira, My last post blew out into cyberspace. This probably won't be half as good - my apologies!

A few "what's it like" tidbits come to mind: Surgery - it was painful, but I tolerated the pain well. In fact, probably too well - I was overactive and caused myself problems at times Recovery - I had a number of post-op problems, and took nearly 2 months to be healed completely.

Sex - See dilation. I am happily married but we're asexual. Love, Megan. Guest Leah Posted April 10, Drea Posted April 10, Again, like it always should have.

Guest KimberlyF Posted April 10, Guest IreneT Posted April 10, Guest Sarah E Posted April 27, The available literature is heterogeneous in patient groups, surgical procedure, outcome measurement tools, and follow-up.

Standardized protocols and prospective study designs are mandatory for correct interpretation and comparability of data.

Horbach, Sophie E. Rectosigmoid Vaginoplasty, aka Sigmoid Colon Vaginoplasty, uses a section of the Sigmoid colon to create the vaginal lining.

First described in , Rectosigmoid Vaginoplasty results in a well-proportioned, self-lubricating vagina, which does not require post-operative dilatation for extended periods of time.

Furthermore, this segment of the colon is thick-walled and large in diameter, and thus carries a lower risk of bleeding after sexual intercourse.

The technique is particularly suited to patients who have short penises, and is also used as a corrective surgery for patients with vaginal obstruction as the result of a previous Vaginoplasty, or in patients who have had Penectomy "nullification.

A sigmoid colon section approximately " in length is harvested as a pedicle flap, with the neurovascular bundle, through an abdominal incision or laparoscopy, then the rest of the colon is reconnected.

The sigmoid colon section is connected to the perineum using genital skin flaps. Orchiectomy, Penectomy, Labiaplasty and Clitoroplasty are also performed as required.

However, satisfaction rates are positive and some surgeons in the U. Neovaginal functionality was rated as 7. Although surgical corrections were frequently necessary, women reported satisfaction with the surgical outcome and with life in general.

Eighty-three patients were included over the course of 22 years, with an average clinical follow-up of 2. Overall, the patients were healthy, with minimal comorbidities.

Forty-eight patients 58 percent had complications, but the majority Excessive mucorrhea occurred in Overall patient satisfaction with appearance and sexual function was high.

This study is one of the largest and longest reported series of rectosigmoid transfers for vaginoplasty in transsexual patients. Rectosigmoid neocolporrhaphies have many times been recommended for secondary or revision surgery when other techniques, such as penile inversion, have failed.

However, the authors believe the rectosigmoid transfer is safe and efficacious, and it should be offered to male-to-female patients for primary vaginoplasty.

Plast Reconstr Surg. Both the Penile Inversion and Rectosigmoid Colon techniques carry the risk of complications. Rare serious complications included tissue necrosis, rectal injuries, fistulas, deep vein thrombosis, and pulmonary embolism.

With the Rectosigmoid Colon technique specifically, diversion colitis, adenocarcinoma of neovagina, introital stenosis, mucocele and constipation have been reported, although with a low incidence.

The choice of which MTF Vaginoplasty technique to pursue is dependent upon a number of factors, including your surgeon's experience with a particular technique, your anatomy, and most importantly, your goals.

Consider the advantages and disadvantages of the techniques, as well as what's most important to you with your surgery outcome, and bring your questions and concerns to your surgery consult.

Together, you and your surgeon can make the final decision about the right MTF Vaginoplasty technique for you.

TIP: To estimate vaginal depth from Penile Inversion Vaginoplasty, subtract 1" from the length of the skin covering the penis. Narendra Kaushik.

Don't miss: Vulvoplasty - Assessing an Alternative to Vaginoplasty. Vulvoplasty is a male-to-female gender affirming procedure that removes the penis, scrotum and testicles, creates the labia and clitoris, and re-positions the urethral opening.

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Is that because your not fully developed or "just the way it is". Maybe others can answer this better. As time goes on, do you have more sensation on the surface Downstairs: I have heard that HRT reduces size down there In my research very extensive I understand there are a lot of techniques to srs and some seem to create more sensation in the Vagina than others.

Any suggestions, comments, concerning this as I like most others would like the most "feeling" there if possible. Any does or donts from anyone on what will make this more effective and easier on my body.

In answer, the sensitivity I mentioned is the sort of pleasurable sensitivity experienced by some ciswomen and some women here who are further along in their transition than I am.

It's what I believe to be pleasure when the nipples and aereolas are stroked. I must admit that I have found more recently that there are times when I do experience some pleasure but not as much as I thought.

The pain I mentioned is a bit like if you had a bruise behind the nipple, I've now had that for almost 2 years and don't know if it will ever go away but I guess that's the price of womanhood.

Do I mind? Not one bit. It's been over a year since this thread was started, and yet only one person got close to answer the same question, so I'll try to clarify the question as I have the same curiosity.

I know I will find out myself, but that's still a few years down the line and I'm really really curious now, so let me phrase it this way: when an object is inserted into your neo vIt's been over a year since this thread was started, and yet only one person got close to answer the same question, so I'll try to clarify the question as I have the same curiosity.

I've always been intrigued by big changes in the body and what the sensation must be. Like really obese people, how does their body feel to them?

Or people that get breast reductions or mastectomies. A while ago I saw a clip from a stand up comedy routine by a transman, he said if he was into nipple play he would have to be touched in the armpits, because that's where his nipple sensation was after top surgery.

Or like something entirely different? Ridiculous as this may sound, but it's very difficult to describe. Let's look at how a fat person 'feels'.

As that person puts on weight it is a gradual process and so they adjust to the changing body shape etc as it happens.

My bum is bigger than it was before I started hormones- does it feel any different? Well, no - because it happened slowly and so how it felt adapted with the changes over many months.

The only reason that I know it's bigger is because my jeans are tighter. How does a 'neo vagina' your term, not mine feel. In this instance, the change is sudden BUT it is 'moving things around' so it doesn't necessarily feel like a vagina per se.

I'm now one week post-op and I can describe how it feels in couple of ways Twinges - these tend to feel like they are coming from wherever the nerve was located before the op so a twinge can feel like it has just come from the foreskin area but that isn't there anymore so it must now be from my clitoris.

Tightness - this is a feeling around the whole of the site as it feels like there is still a surgical dressing pushed on the site but there is nothing there.

I put this down to the fact that there is an awful lot of swelling down there. So, I can honestly say that to me - my new vagina just feels like erm gosh this is difficult - ME.

It will take a little while now for my brain to catch up and recognise that there has been some 'shuffling' around down there. By Jackie C. What's it feel like?

Recommended Posts. Guest Posted April 9, Posted April 9, Link to post. Guest JackieMichelle Posted April 9, Drea Posted April 9, I'm off topic here, Kira.

Just sayin'. Huggs, Joann. I hope this is closer to what you were looking for in an answer. Posted April 10, Guest Posted April 10, Hi Kira, My last post blew out into cyberspace.

This probably won't be half as good - my apologies! A few "what's it like" tidbits come to mind: Surgery - it was painful, but I tolerated the pain well.

In fact, probably too well - I was overactive and caused myself problems at times Recovery - I had a number of post-op problems, and took nearly 2 months to be healed completely.

Sex - See dilation. I am happily married but we're asexual. Love, Megan. Guest Leah Posted April 10, Drea Posted April 10, Again, like it always should have.

Guest KimberlyF Posted April 10, Guest IreneT Posted April 10, Guest Sarah E Posted April 27, Posted April 27, But generally, my brain just seemed to adjust straight away Using ladies toilets is the same as before I had the surgery but the actual act of peeing became much easier for me anyway because there's no awkward untucking and re-tucking You just lower your now nicely fitting undies and sit down, completely hands free, just like any woman has to do.

It feels great to just be the real me after years of turmoil I hope you get to be who you want to be one day too Kira. Guest alexaz Posted February 15, Posted February 15, Hi Kira I know this response is very late and not sure if you will see it but here goes.

I am pre everything except I have a therapist now and am a woman in every way but physical I understand exactly what your asking, I ask it also..

And I think it feels like it will after srs. My brain sez "yes you are a woman" and my body sez "I feel as any woman does" I know this isnt exactly what we are asking but it seems to answer at least some of my question.

Guest Posted February 15, And as to what you said about tucking: yep. Posted February 16, I will no doubt, revisit once I am post surgery and try to let you know what it's like.

Kerry x. Guest JaneShannon Posted March 1, Posted March 1, Adding to Ky's question, does anyone get phantom pains? Guest alexaz Posted March 8, Posted March 8, Thank you Kerry x The info you gave was helpful but brought up more questions Is that because your not fully developed or "just the way it is" Maybe others can answer this better.

Next but surely not my last question lol. Posted March 22, Sorry for the delay Alexaz, I've been moving house. Guest Promethea Posted July 1, Posted July 1, Posted July 2, Well Promethia, Ridiculous as this may sound, but it's very difficult to describe.

I'm now one week post-op and I can describe how it feels in couple of ways:- 1. Hope this helps Promethius. Archived This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

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AlphaAbsol 22 years old. I bought a 'Men's' product. You bought what? It wasn't even a week ago I wrote in my bio that I never buy any product that says " for Men" on it.

Well, there's an ironic twist to that story now. I was in the store looking at a makeup case, when right there in front of me was a bottle of Nivea men's soothing post shave balm.

I bought it. Why would I do such a thing? Only because the Fabulous 50s lady on YouTube said all the girls on Instagram were using it for makeup primer.

That kinda makes it extra girly in my mind. Anyway, it's great! You only need spot of it, and it feels soooo good after a close shave for those of you that still shave.

And the smell doesn't repel me. It's not your grandfather's man smell. It leaves my face nice and doughy, with zero slimyness.

Love it! I'm starting to have enough feminine confidence that I can use a men's product without feeling oppressed by it.

Stop halfway through when your voice box is high. Hold it as long as you can. You can breathe through your nose while you're doing this, but it takes practice, so don't be discouraged when you can't right away.

It helps develop the muscles you need to talk in a female pitch for longer periods of time. You might be overdoing it don't break your voice , but a swallow of room-temperature water, a good yawn or a nice, deep sigh helps loosen up your vocal muscles again and help prevent injury.

Feeling Bad. Therapy in general takes a long time. You're slowly chipping away at the bad bits and letting the good bits out.

It's like trying to sculpt a statue, but you only get to make a stroke of the chisel every couple weeks.

Sometimes there's a breakthrough and you make a good stroke, sometimes you need to step back and figure out where to make the next nick.

That said, I haven't experienced what you're talking about often, but I have had sessions where I left in tears feeling like all hope is lost. It's part of the healing process, like when your body uses blood to flush out a wound.

I didn't like a lot of myself before I came out. It's only natural that I'd react poorly to anything that makes me recall that part of my life.

For a really mild example, I react viscerally to seeing my deadname. I also react to slowing or stopping any of the work I've been doing to improve myself.

I've seen my gender therapist four times over the past four weeks. She's been getting me to try various things, and to explore how my body reacts i.

As I move through the process, I find myself at times feeling sicker and sicker, more and more dislocated, more and more lost and afraid.

Instead of moving toward self-acceptance, I seem to be moving away. I'm not even sure of the nature of the self I need to accept.

Maybe for me self-discovery and self-acceptance will take a long time. It sure would be easier if I had some positive feelings too.

Have any of you reacted this way to therapy? I will be trying this app out. Thanks for suggesting it DragonflyGirl.

I have had no luck in my attempt at altering my pitch or tone. I bothers me so much. Good morning All.

Coffees on. I know how hard it is to reveal something like this. You looked very handsome. I tried to come out to someone I've known for thirty years today.

I have no idea what she will say or if she will say anything. I am worried I will lose this friendship but relieved to have finally let her know.

I also got to chat with a friend that is a psychologist. I expressed my concern over my neighbors being so trans-phobic. This is beyond disagreeing with another person's life.

I get this sinking feeling the more I think of how many kids are going to be used as weapons against each other because adults want to be stubborn and hateful.

Regardless of all of that I am going to stay positive that there can be a peaceful outcome. I will do my best to be ready for anything that happens I suppose.

What else can I do? If there was ever a time that I wondered why I need to talk to my local pride groups, it would be this. I can tolerate everyone around me hating me but, not the kids that have their whole lives ahead of them and already have enough to worry about.

I wish I was better prepared for this. Ohh, that's so exciting!!! I'm so happy for you and everyone involved! In celebration of that, I'm going to open up a little more to both you and everyone in a way I didn't expect to.

I can't think of anything else I could possibly offer, so I'll offer some of myself with some "naked" honesty.

I hope it doesn't come across as self-centered, because that's not how I intend it. And I felt sincerely grateful that I was graciously permitted to not wear a full suit and tie, but simply a dressy male shirt, shoes and pants.

And yet, if there's anything that's ever given me dysphoria, this unaltered photo of me especially the non-cropped version showing the other women in attendance wearing their beautiful dresses and shoes is certainly it!

That was a few years ago, after a ton of weight loss but before I let myself gain it all back, plus more.

The smile was very fake and brief. I know it wasn't about me, and it was supposed to be a happy occasion for others, but it still managed to be one of the worst days of my life, for Although, in a way, it eventually turned into one of the best days, because it lead to me being an uncle secretly aunt?

At this point, my head-hair is a lot longer a little past shoulder-length, I always hated that butch-cut, as economical as it was , and my face right now is all stubbley and non-beardy from a recent fruitful experiment in curiosity.

And also puffy from the weight gain the beard normally hides - My brother has an interesting theory that facial hair is "male cleavage".

I have a different theory: Facial hair is male makeup. They're both good at drawing the eye to areas of emphasis, and distracting the eye from other things like the bags under my eyes!

It's my own incredibly roundabout way of saying it, KendraML. But I'm so happy for both you and the guests of honor!!! Congrats to all!! When we have been in the programs and have experience over several years, the differences do mean less and less to us.

A person entering any of them on the First Step though is not ready for the spiritual aspects that they will eventually see. They all need as we did the Experience of others with their drug of choice otherwise it is easy to avoid those experiences that go hand in hand with their own.

An example from a mixed group of Trans Addicts on Face Book was that for alcohol, you buy it easily over the counter, and the drug addict who had to buy from a pusher could not fully get their point across and become in relation to the OTC alcohol abusers.

What mattered really was communication on the overwhelming slavery our drugs place on us, and if was not a matter of "if" that happened but they were only able to listen to HOW in enslaved them.

I wanna come out to my family but I can't. I would add: magazines and websites for middle-aged women are NOT going to be realistic and helpful for a newbie woman.

I was afab, raised as a girl, and the most useful Internet and magazine options, imo, are for teen girls who need questions answered.

Needing help on figuring out my gender. So this long post is basically me talking about myself because your story resembles mine.

I'm a trans male and I knew when I was young very young, but I didn't have the words to say what I was. I was oblivious to my own clues that I showed to myself.

In high school I knew there was something different about me. I thought I was a lesbian but since I wasn't attracted to women it wasn't that, so I checked on that internally a couple of times and decided it wasn't true.

Externally, I didn't have anyone to talk to about it, and I didn't know there was a spectrum of genders and all kinds of mix-and-match possibilities of orientations.

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If additional tissue is required to create a vagina of acceptable depth, skin grafts can be harvested from the abdomen or scrotum. Erectile tissue is removed so that sexual arousal doesn't cause narrowing of the vaginal opening or protrusion of the urethral opening and clitoris.

The urethra is shortened and the urethral meatus is relocated to the appropriate female position. A small, sensate clitoris is created from a small portion of the glans which is left attached to its nerve and blood supply.

Labia minora and majora are constructed from prepuce or penile skin and scrotal skin. The prostate gland, which is typically well-atrophied from hormone replacement therapy, is not touched.

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That said, the optimal surgical technique for MTF Vaginoplasty has not yet been identified, as outcomes of the different techniques have not been adequately compared in academic studies.

Outcome of the penile skin inversion technique was reported in 1, patients, bowel vaginoplasty in patients. Neovaginal stenosis was the most frequent complication in both techniques.

Sexual function and patient satisfaction were overall acceptable, but many different outcome measures were used. QoL was only reported in one study.

Comparison between techniques was difficult due to the lack of standardization. The penile skin inversion technique is the most researched surgical procedure.

Outcome of bowel vaginoplasty has been reported less frequently but does not seem to be inferior.

The available literature is heterogeneous in patient groups, surgical procedure, outcome measurement tools, and follow-up.

Standardized protocols and prospective study designs are mandatory for correct interpretation and comparability of data.

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