>tfw all the tranny propaganda threads on /r9k/ finally got to me and I'm taking spironolactone and estrogen now
I remember wanting to be a tranny in my teens and it kind of made me want to be a man again.
>see all the drawn porn of futa taking it in the ass and having god tier orgasms
>women can stay home and play vidya while doing nothing but house cleaning
>my dad hasn't been in my life for 9 years so I have been raised by a woman to do nothing but clean my room
>put on my sisters dress
>I am 280lbs of fat male with wide shoulders and no feminine features.
>join the gym
>tear out shoulder and knees
>now 315lbs and suicidal with a job
Now I am your average man and as soon as I find a dealer I will be your average drug addict
Probably a few years from now desuwa.
Enjoy your liver damage and suicidal thoughts.
If you're taking estrogen you clearly have psychological issues and more than likely (based off statistics) struggle with depression and suicidal thoughts already. The medication will make them worse.
All advertising works that way. It doesn't create new ideas, only articulates desires that already exist in some form.
This is most obviously the case in politics. For example, Trump's success has not come about because he has invented a whole load of new ideas - he has merely given voice to ideas that have existed in certain parts of American culture for a very long time, perhaps forever.
Can't you guys just post trap porn in these threads? Skip all the arguments and get to the good stuff.
I moved away from home three years ago. I had already been on hormones for a year prior. I also always had a girly face. Friends told me I looked like a girl all the time. Once I was away I started living as a girl. Since then I've had only oral sex. I've blown over 200 guys. I have a pretty well paying job and everyone thinks I'm a girl. Feels good. I have trouble telling the guys I'm a guy so I usually just end it before it gets serious. I've had to change my number 3 times because some guys wouldn't stop calling me. I cant imagine what it's like to be Stacy.