I just tried on women's clothes and it felt really good, how do I keep from escalating into a full blown tranny?
You don't. It starts with sissy captions/porn. You get hooked on the stuff... that starts to get boring, so you add guys into the mix. You'll start to thirst for cock and sooner or later you'll want to take your desire to be a girl into the real world. You start to crave wearing a skirt, a literal itching craving. It just feels so good. Yeah, good luck. The difference between a crossdresser and a transexual is 2 years.
Can I kill it by lifting weights and listening to Slayer?
>How do you feel
Hot (as in my body feels like it's burning up), embarrased, and guilty about enjoying it.
>why did doing that feel good to you
It made me feel like I was small and girly and could be held down and fucked like a girl...
Yup. My trannyism almost came out of nowhere. Here I was, living a happy, normal life as a guy. Next thing I know I got drunk with some girls and theh somehow got me to put on a really tight dress and some stilletto heels. It got me rock hard. There was nothing like that feeling. Bought my own clothes. Wore em every day and started to notice dysphoria after awhile because I desired to be a girl all the time. Yeah, the feelings just get stronger. I'm now full-on AGP. So, uh, yeah, good luck OP.
The sooner you accept it, the sooner you could have a stronger, taller guy cuddle you.
>Can I kill it by lifting weights and listening to Slayer?
See, it's getting worse by the minute. That won't help you with anything, and eventually when you come to terms with it, you'll realize doing that stuff only held you back. Their are plenty of trannies here that did that.
lifting weights definitely helped me out for a while. i wonder if I had kept at it if I would have been more ok. but at the same time what mostly happened was it got me laid and then i started wanting to be the girls i fucked.
so maybe it's not the best idea. or maybe it is. idk
Best thing to do would be to find a hobby, so you don't become TOO obsessed with this shit, too quickly. Your urge to crossdress won't go away, but basing your whole identity on it is not a good idea.
Masturbate as soon as you put the clothes on or get the urge to want to be a woman. Do this every time. It expels the feelings. You'll feel better after each time you masturbate thinking about being a woman, and won't want to be a woman anymore.
I'm assuming this whole thread is tongue-in-cheek and everyone is just playing along, but on the minuscule chance that OP is serious I'll be the stick in the mud and say that no, just because you like crossdressing doesn't mean you are going to develop a desire to transition. Most men that enjoy crossdressing aren't transwomen in denial, they just enjoy crossdressing.
that depends. is it erection feel good, or is it self realization feel good?? because just being yourself isn't something you usually get a boner over. if you didn't get a boner the first time you tied on the clothing, it means your probably living in the wrong body, or just don't fit the everyday gender binary.
Lol. I'll be the guy to say it. The majority of trannys had a boner when thinking of wearing female clothes, or inhabiting a female body, or both. The one's that didn't get a boner were the previously-effeminate gay men, which are actually the minority. Crossdressing is honestly almost always the first step in transexuality. A man is not putting on women's clothing because it's comfortable. Don't believe me? Read almost every post on every forum "fetish or trans?", written by scared men/boys that need to understand themselves.
This thread seems like a joke, but i think this may be serious.
Don't try woman clothes or you're literally dead. I had a normal life, then one day i've tried a extremely tight dress, high heels, and a thong from my aunt (it was so tight my butt was hurting... and it feels so fucking good).
Now want to be a girl, a cute girl the times i'm not horny, and a bitch slut when i am. I have an collection of cute thongs, some clothes, and as far as i have full access to my sister clothes now, i'm always dressed like a girl.
A bearded, hairy girl... That's disgusting. I just wan't to die.
>Can I kill it by lifting weights and listening to Slayer?
Oh yes no.
I've gone down the road and tried to listen to Slayer, Cannibal Corpse, Burzum, Behemoth, etc.
This, while lifting heavy fucking weight.
I've ended up with a severe sciatic nerve problem, a fucking built body, and a depression because i'll never be a cute girl.
Maybe i leave someday i don't know.
They only help for a time. Tried to learn an instrument, learned to skate and i was running everyday.
It makes you wish you we're a cute girl doing these. I would love to wear shorts and a cute shirt while doing some skate tricks.
Remembering these make me want to kill myself. I'm 19 and the chance i'll pass is zero.
Oh, I worded it wrong. What I meant to say was during your transition, find a hobby. Like I said, basing your whole being around a gender transition is a big mistake. You might be able to become a cute girl doing these things, you might not, but the same way you'tre going to regret NOT transitioning when you're 40, you're also going to regret doing nothing at all with your life and wasting precious time. Plus hobbies help to drown out mean comments and put you in another world.
>A man is not putting on women's clothing because it's comfortable.
Why do women wear women's clothing?
>I'm 19 and the chance i'll pass is zero.
That's still pretty young. Unless you have really bad genetics, live in an area where you can't get HRT, or are just lazy, it's definitely possible for you to end up passable.
You don't get it. I'm insinuating that I don't believe someone would choose to crossdress because it's comfortable for them to dress in opposite gender clothing. Clearly if a man(the OP identifies as a man) is crossdressing, he feels it as some sort of tie to the opposite sex. Women wear women's clothing because that's what they were socially conditioned to wear. I'd say the exact same about a woman wanting to dress like the stereotypical man.
Oh i got it, sorry for misunderstooding you.
In this case hobbies will be very helpful
In my case i have somewhat bad genetics (specially a shit male face), getting HRT is somewhat very difficult, and to be honest i'm a bit lazy.
But yeah, i'm already in terms with that, i'm not going to live past 30. I really just want to help others.
>Don't try woman clothes or you're literally dead.
>A bearded, hairy girl... That's disgusting. I just wan't to die.
Please don't kill yourself, there's always a way to pass better.
Thank you. But i need to think about that.
Since my early life i never wanted to live past 30. These desires became stronger as the desire to be a girl started and i think about how hard (and unlikely) it would be.
May the time help.
>Since my early life i never wanted to live past 30. These desires became stronger as the desire to be a girl started and i think about how hard (and unlikely) it would be.
That's so bizarre, I've basically had the same thoughts word for word.
There are actually a lot of straight men who do the whole drag queen thing. You don't have to be trans to like women's clothing or feminine things. Personally I'm hoping it will become more acceptable for men to casually wear feminine clothing without being trans just as it is acceptable for women to wear masculine clothing. Just be you, anon, and find people who accept your interests. You shouldn't have to fit inside any box.
Congrats, you have a new fetish. You are into sissification and domination fantasies, and are getting off on subverting societal expectations and the fear and guilt those expectations cause in you. Fly your freak flag anon. It's cool.
Females have no problem wearing masculine clothing at times. It seems to me like men are a lot more insecure about the status of their identity of a man, than a woman is about her status as a woman. It's just a shitty double standard that too few seem willing to stand up to. In reality, all individuals are a mix of masculine and feminine, we aren't as polar opposites as society tends to portray. We all have both testosterone and estrogen, we all start off the same in the womb. Stop being cowards about it.
Maybe you do have dysphoria, then. You have to remember, trans people transition because it's currently the only treatment for a mental illness. See some shrinks anon. Too many people kill themselves because they are too ashamed to seek help or accept themselves.
When did I say they are the same thing? I think you misunderstood my post. If someone just gets off on it and wants to do it for fun, it's allowed, you know? Not every guy who tries on a skirt is fucking trans as so many in this thread seem to assert.
If I see a female wearing a t-shirt and jeans, I'll think nothing of it. If I see a female wearing a snapback, having short hair, wearing a watch , etc, I'm going to assume she has some sort of leanings to the opposite gender.
If I knew she was actually a straight girl, desu, yes. Probably AAP, and lots of those AAP girls have dysphoria.
Why else would a woman blatantly dress like a bro? It's the equivalent of a male going out in public in a pink dress and heels, except society accepts the former a little bit more.
Not really. Our sex organs have nothing to do with our preferences or interests. Gender norms are a social construct for the most part, so why place such importance on gendering clothing? A woman can be masculine without hating being female and a male can be feminine without hating being a male.
>Grow your hair and nails out
>Pick up the guitar and use that as your excuse
>Acquire gym membership and start working out your cute trap butt with squats and glute focused running sessions.
>Talk to gender therapist and get hormones.
>start practicing with makeup now so you don't look like rodeo clown
>Remember, eyeliner is EVERYTHING
>lips and foundation are important too
>Achieve greater strength in life through the balancing of your masculine and feminine energies.
>Become a Goddess
Right, but until I hear about the man who likes to wear tight, pink dresses in public, I'm going to assume that the person has at least some strong ties with being a female. I mean, why would a masculine man go out in a dress in today's society, unless he felt the strong urge to do so.
I'm not saying guys and girls like this don't exist. Maybe these guys and girl don't feel a strong enough desire to actually take hormones and BE the opposite sex, but there just has to be some sort of cross-gender leaning there.