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If there is one bit of advice I can give to other girls starting out their transition, it’s that if you have any straight male friends, be prepared to jettison them from your life, because they may never 100% accept you as female. Expect for them to treat you in ways they would never treat a cis-gender woman, like assuming it’s okay to make off-colour jokes about your sexuality or what’s between your legs, or asking to grab your tits, and losing patience when you fail to measure up to their standard of masculinity.


Hey, so, I’m gonna be out of estrogen in three days. >_< And I’m also gonna be out of spiro in a couple weeks. If you’re trans, you know how un-fun it is to run out of your hormones; if not… well, it’s going to send my dysphoria through the roof. And since I’m still disabled, I still don’t really have income to speak of. If you could either donate or signal-boost this post, I’d be much obliged. Thank you <3

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I don’t know what else to do. I’ve tried to keep my head above water. For most of you who know me, that wasn’t happening with any real success. I was making just enough to pay bills, student loans, and MAYBE eat. 

If anyone can help, sweet. If you can’t, also sweet. If you don’t approve, please keep it to yourself. If you think this is easy for me, you’re wrong. 

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