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Do you consider a pre-transition Transsexual wearing their genders clothing to be cross dressing?
I was reading a manga when it came to mind.

A lot of people list Transsexuals under cross-dressing. But is that so? Just because their sex is opposite?

What about pre-transition Transsexuals? It doesn't matter if they identify as trans, know their feelings, etc.

I don't see why it would be considered so.
no....but prior to transition i considered myself a cross dresser. i dressed and presented my <female> self as a male....thus, cross dressing, but i don't do that anymore.

much love and hope. pj
Post transition transsexual people: did your sexual orientation change after transition?
And specifically, how did the relationship between others of the sex you transitioned to change, if at all?
This is not a cut and dry issue. And their orientation didn't "change" as much as their true orientation becomes known to them. As a friend once told me:

"You managed to convince yourself you were male for many years.... what's to say you couldn't also deny your true sexuality as well?"

She has a point, no?


When a trans person's true orientation emerges is really random.

The object of affection dosen't change for some folks.

A change can occur during transition.

A change can even happen years after SRS!




You've probably already read my story:

In my old life I thought I was straight. Turns out I just had well developed coping skills.

After I came out I became asexual.

Shortly after I started transition I told my therapist I thought I would become attracted to men.

And sure enough a few years later I can say I was right. But if you were to measure the strength of my heteroness on a scale of 10, I would rate it a 4. But who knows maybe that'll change in time, because as the old saying goes:

"The only constant in life is change"




edit: Contrary to popular belief.... any change in orientation is NOT related to HRT.
Where in the world can a MTF transsexual do the transition and study at university at the same time?
I mean somewhere with cheap university and living costs but good transition qualities?
Not UK, cuz it's damn costly.
I need estimation about the costs, please.
Thanks.
I live in Iran.
It's not possible to do the transition here.
You can not study with transition, and surgeons here are professionals in **** the results.
I know about IT and worked as System Administrator in an international company here for 1 year.
If Iran will let you leave and you can afford it any western country that will accept you.
Is there any transsexual here who didn't transition and still living life without thinking of suicide everyday?
I mean a transsexual who doesn't want to transition for the rest of life (Whatever the reason is)
I really doubt you'll find such a person here. Think about it, why hang out in a place that's only going to constantly remind you about your situation?

Do such people exist? YES. Many are living in denial, trying desperately trying not to face who they truly are. Some people are trying NOT to transition because of family. And some don't have the money to transition. But all of them are bound to be unhappy.
LGBT: How do you transsexual minors who can't transition make it?
However you transsexual minors who live life without being able to transition manage to do it without having your thighs turned into a blood-red road map I will never know. You're so much stronger than I am.
You make it because you have to. Listen to Rocky:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Z5OookwO…
LGBT: What would cause a transsexual to regret transition?
Given that the SRS and HRT didn't bring up any complications, why would someone just one day feel like they were cissexual after years of believing they were transsexual?
One of the things i find continually frustrating about the term transsexual, is the ludicrous notion that people have, that it is about changing your gender , to change ,One would have to be of the opposite. , To much envious is discussed on the exterior resolution when the pivotal point society seems to miss repeatedly, The fact that persons with GID have always had the brain of a female so therefor have always been female . Its the jealous females and the low iq males who taunt people with GID .
The main objective for any person starting hrt is self acceptance once you accept yourself as the gender you are, fully accept yourself and realize that you are as worthy as any other person of your actual gender . The only way to know someones gender is to ask them . ( but don't its rude )
As for regrets i have not met any who have regretted i would advice that seeing the correct people is the safe option going through transition alone is not advisable .
Your friend reveals to you that they are transsexual, pre-transition. How do you react? Do you change pronouns?
A hypothetical poll.

FtM or MtF, either one goes.
Well..

Yay! Now I have a transgendered buddy! I'm trans, but I'm the only one I know.

That aside, of course I'd change pronouns. It wouldn't be right to call a girl a boy, or a boy a girl.
Now if they were transgendered we'd have to talk about what they mean, since that's an umbrella term.
I am a MTF transsexual, How do I start to transition?
I am 22 years old, I have already accepted who I am. I have chosen a name, told my friends and family. I am waiting to go to camh in toronto, ontario. They are the only ones I know that can prescribe hormones. That will take about a year. I am just wondering how to start transitioning into a woman physically? LIke for cloths, makeup, shoes, things like that
The best advice that i can give you is to take your time. You have LOTS of research and planning to do..... There's no rush; Just like anything else, the more time and effort you put into transition, the better the outcome will be. :-) There are so many facets to Transsexuality but the best thing you can do is look at it as a medical condition. If you do this on your own it's very, very difficult! The more support you reach out to, the more smoothly your transition will go.

The absolute first thing you need to do is find a therapist that has experience dealing with gender issues. A good place to start, if you have health insurance, is your insurance company's website. Be prepared to make lots of phone calls and find yourself at dead ends... Finding a good therapist is hard; Finding a good gender therapist is even harder. I guarantee, however, that this investment in time will be worth it. At the same time, you should find a Transgender support group in your area. Even if you have to travel a bit to get there, a real-life support group with folks just like you who have been where you are is an amazing experience. Next, find a doctor that treats Transgender patients. To find one, contact your most local Transgender or GLBT advocacy group

So after all that, you'll have a therapist (who can, after a few months, write a letter recommending hormone treatment) and an M.D. ( that can prescribe hormones and monitor your health throughout your transition.) You also need that therapist to eventually write a letter (if you choose) indicating Gender Reassignment Surgery as part of your treatment as well as provide emotional support while going through this dramatic change in your life.

Don't worry about clothes, makeup and stuff right now!!! I have a theory..

"To start transition you have to stop crossdressing."

As Transsexuals before transition, we crossdress to self-soothe. We try to comfort ourselves but wind up feeling empty and depressed when we can't be who we are outside of the private time we spend "en femme." Stop thinking that way!!! Let the male facade fall away... let "him" go. As he starts to fade away, the woman you are will get stronger... If you think being female is about how you dress, you need to seriously reconsider your self-diagnosis as Transsexual.

I wish you the best... (feel free to send me a message if you're serious and need some help.)

Jessica
..... 5 years in transition; GRS in May 2011
I am a male to female transsexual just starting out transition?
i have just began to try changing my voice i am finding it quite tough going i cant really see how it can happen. Did anyone else feel this way? I would be grateful if anyone could give advice on how much i should be practicing and how long it should take before i can start passing as having a female voice.
Thanks
I might as well add my 2 cents.


Most people use voice DVD's that are available online such as:

www.genderlife.com/top-videos/fin…

transgender.stores.yahoo.net/devf…


You can also get help from speech therapists. Be sure to ask if they have experience with helping transsexual women.

www.mindfulcommunication.com/inde…

www.exceptionalvoice.com/voicefem…


Next, there are lots of videos online at YouTube. This girl is my favorite:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbaj4tIX1… She's amazing.


You can also do voice chat online. One good Yahoo group for that purpose is:

www.voicepotion.com/voicets_chat.…



Okay. Now all those things stress the MECHANICS of voice and PHYSICAL training, but they do not help much with the PSYCHOLOGY of voice. To that end a couple years ago I wrote the following piece about the psychology of voice. In my opinion the psychology of voice is just as important or maybe even MORE important than the mechanics. Here's the piece:



Hi all,

I thought it was about time that someone brought up the subject of psychological barriers to obtaining a female voice. People have already beat to death the mechanics of voice, but rarely discuss the mental aspects. I think these mental barriers are mainly responsible for people giving up on their voice. Some may be asking why I placed this thread here and not on the open board. Because I didn't want some anonymous posters derailing the thread and besides anyone who's serious about developing a female voice will have joined the forum already.

The first barrier occurs at the beginning: To try or not to try. Due to fear, pride or other reason some people never even make an effort at all.

Next up is "What if someone hears me?". Everyone has time alone to work on voice. Talk to yourself in the shower or in the car coming to and from work.

Next hurdle is testing your voice on someone else. You can submit voice sample to sites on the internet. Not being a techie I just started testing my voice on unsuspecting family members. I'll never forget calling my sister early on and fooling her with my new voice. She said "You little Sh*t!" after I told her it was me. This told me I was on the right track. Voice is about taking chances. You have to take chances if you're going to get anywhere.

The next BIG hurdle is your public debut. This is when you go out and about as yourself and use your voice for the first time. Stage fright threw me for a loop at first. My throat would close up and I could only manage a whisper. I just kept at it and eventually got past this. I knew my voice in private was okay, I just had to get over my shyness. This was not easy and took months.

WTF? This hurdle came out of nowhere twice. First, early on I was completely caught off guard how my personality seem to change when I used my new voice. Of course that didn't happen, but my new voice was definitely more expressive and this led me to be even more open with people. Don't be afraid of how you sound! This is the real you finally being expressed, go with it!

WTF?-part 2 After having done lots of private practice and after I was starting to get over my stage fright I had another WTF moment. At first it stopped me in my tracks. This time my voice seemed to sound different than it did in private practice. Once again the answer was to persist and overcome. The term I use for this is to take "ownership" of your new voice. Your new voice is YOU. Your voice is a conduit for not only your thoughts, but emotions and your state of mind. Let yourself go, stop monitoring yourself! Your old voice is the enemy. Again it took me a period of months to fully integrate this lesson.

Don't give up! I told myself at the beginning that failure was not an option. Sometimes I took a break, but I never gave up.

Tape Recorder Fiasco-A tape recorder may work for a lot of people but it almost halted my journey. I was devastated how bad I sounded when I played the tape back. I took a break and went out to a movie. After thinking about it for a bit I never used the tape player again (It eventually got sent to another forum member). After that I went strictly by ear (80%) and feedback from others (20%). If the tape player doesn't work for you, don't be afraid to try something else. There's more than one way to skin a cat.

1. Be patient

2. Be persistent

3. Appreciate how much work voice is psychologically. Mechanics is only a small part of the total project.

4. Practice, practice, practice and then practice some more.

5. Take ownership of your new voice.

6. Never give up.


I hope this helps somebody out there dealing with their own hurdles.


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Hope that helps!

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