"I qUit hORMOnEs aNd So CaN You" (Trans Guy Reacts)


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When your cycles start back up again, they do start back up again.



Hmm yes the floor here is made out of
F L O O R

7 hours ago

I’d take t purely to make my clit bigger lmao

19 hours ago

Hey, I thought I would share my story with some of you. I am a non-binary individual who started my medical transition a few years after coming to my own identity. I had shared my personal friendship group with a few transman while I was really struggling with mental illness before I started HRT. Many of my exfriends were harsh to the point of being exclusionist about who transpeople are and what steps you have to take to prove you are transgender. It became a bitter point that I always swore at after I had taken this step or that step in my own medical transition, because I was right and they were wrong for being so harsh and kind of cruel. HRT changed my ability to function quite drastically and it had become a lifeline for me, I did not like every change that came and would not choose to have facial hair if I started again and had control, but I'm really comfortable despite that fact because drawbacks still came with the blessings. Especially since I do have access to support and care and not every transgender person can transition in ways that benefit them(i.e. sometimes people can't access the care they need due to location or price or their own body's physical conditions, etc). After I had my surgery duo(yay back to back hysto and top) I had the carpet pulled out from under me when I couldn't handle the mood swings from HRT, I even tried changing intake method and I am not in a position to be able to afford trying more expensive options right now either so I had to stop and I do not mind the change entirely either because I do get to form my own experiences positively without as much dysphoria now. I confronted my mental health face on and found out something vital which would not have happened had I not gone through medical transition because it provided relief and clarity. I had a low level form of ASD(autism) with a condition called Alexithymia which is responsible for my difficulty in understanding emotion in both others and myself. I wish people who chose to transition but later realized that they were not transgender/had negative experiences through the process and stopped; just stopped for a moment and thought and realized that the experience of a regular transwomen or transman or even a nonbinary person who benefits from medical transition(like myself) is not the same experience they have and thats okay and does not need advice advising to rethink medical transition completely because again it is not the same experience happening here. I also wish that transpeople who are exclusionist about who transpeople are and what they have to do to prove so have a moment and think about the barriers that our community faces since we are from all different walks of life; sometimes the medical care we get can be transphobic or more concerned about other health issues we have, sometimes we can't even afford the medical care, sometimes we have limiting health conditions that impede our ability to transition, sometimes we have cultural barriers or traditions, sometimes even it's an issue of legality or fear based on where we are in the world, and sometimes our dysphoria reducing needs get met in a satisfying way that may be uncomfortable for the next person to go through depending on their life. Our experience is a diverse human one and being transgender connects us in only this aspect so it's hard to know what effects that transperson you saw unless you are close friends. I also wish that any, and I mean any person who is doing any step or part of transition understand this if anything should be taken from what I said. Do your research, talk to yourself constantly about this process, talk to your doctors, talk to other transpeople who have been through this before, talk to your friends, talk to a therapist trained in transgender health and support topics, give yourself time to make these major decisions. If you have life factors that put transition on hold in the middle of it, that is okay, just make sure that you have support during this break. Each step in transition is beautiful and unexpected positive and negative events and emotions happen. It's hard to prepare for what you haven't experienced but researched completely.

22 hours ago

"fuckassery"

1 day ago

the only time its valid to not start T or oestrogen or transition fully in general is if u want 100% biological children with ur partner (my personal opinion)

2 days ago

God this community sounds like a fucking circus. Your so judgemental on everything

2 days ago

“This is...ah....oh”
Lmaooo

2 days ago

Hey Kalvin, I totally agree with you on so many points and have just seen some react videos to Trisha Paytas' pretty transphobic, ignorant "coming out" and "apology". That said, the part (16:30) where you say "I do not understand why non-binary people call themselves a man or a woman; it's so contradictory to me", I just wanted to explain why I identify as non-binary, but sometimes say non-binary female. I am AFAB, but I am non-binary and have been for as long as I can remember, just without a name for it. That said, A scale from binary male to binary female, I am in the middle, but not androgynous - I wear and masculine, androgynous and mildly "feminine" clothes (nothing very feminine) depending on the day, I have long hair, rarely wear make-up (it's more for curiosity than wanting to feel "feminine". I have dysphoria about my large chest, but would also be dysphoric with a "masculine" chest. They/them pronouns feel too impersonal for me to use for myself, so I use she/her because it's the closest to my physical appearance. I will tolerate the term "woman" and "daughter" from some people, but feel dysphoric about "girl" or "lady". I am trans non-binary, but I am just slightly on the "female" side of androgyny in terms of dysphoria and gender expression. That's how "non-binary female" is occasionally used if people are confused about me. There's also gender fluid people who sometimes say they are "male" or "female" depending on the day/week, but that's not my experience, so I can't speak more about that side of it. I hope this helped make it a little less confusing :)

3 days ago

to me this is the sole goal of every non binary person that wants to look androgynous.

"i just want to confuse the fuck outta people every time i step foot in public".

3 days ago

I am very concerned for him, cause I feel that his identity crisis is because of his medical issues, BUT-
He is spreading a dangerous message. Saying you can go off hormones is dangerous because going off can have serious side effects.

3 days ago

everyone has their own experiences, their own journey, and feelings. the video they made wasn't to offend other trans people, but maybe they just wanted to help people in a similar situation as they are

4 days ago

“I could say I have depression I don’t” fucking brag about it then

4 days ago

Don’t experiment with hormones. You are going to cause irreversible damage to your body. Not only will you likely become sterile, but you will increase your chances for things like heart disease, certain cancers and will damage your endocrine system for good. It’s not something to do lightly. It is far too easy to get hormones nowadays. There should be extensive screening. As in we need to discover an actual medical test that would determine if someone was trans instead of giving them a questionnaire. It’s sad. Unless we change the system, more and more teens are going to end up detransitioning and regretting the changes they made to their body.

4 days ago

This person seems like they have a lot of mental health issues (mention of depression). As someone who has struggled with some serious depression I feel for them in their search for a community and identity. But it is very important to understand that it is a HUGE deal to take hormones and the change is significant and to be taken seriously. I just hope that they get the help they need but in any case they shouldn't be popularizing the fact that it is ok to go on and off of hormones.

5 days ago

Kalvin — firstly, I like the quote about mental illness and trans being separate. That is obviously my gut, and it’s a disservice to call people crazy so flippantly. Secondly—take hormones or don’t, obviously your choice. That said, Kalvin has a more masculine jaw line than I do, and I’ve been working on pumping up since my teen years. Kalvin looks super masculine and probably has epic pull game. The subject who isn’t taking hormones, God Bless them, doesn’t look very masculine. Sort of typical leftist emo whiteboy look. So Blaire White and Kalvin look super feminine and masculine respectively, and are super squared away. Yaniv and this subject are androgynous. My point is, conservatives always seem to be masculine men and feminine women, while leftists always seem to be androgenous.

6 days ago

"Thats wacky as shit to say" 😅

Fuck me up Kalvin! 💀

6 days ago

i 100% agree with the gender-dysphoria/mental illness thing. i have high functioning autism and feel pretty bad gender dysphoria (common in autistic females), but it's only due to that and i know for damn sure if i transitioned i would feel shitty and need to transition back in a never ending cycle until my body just got fucked up forever.

1 week ago

Would they sound like one of them bitches who’ve been smoking cigarettes for 60 years and have a button in their throat to speak

1 week ago

I am so confused. About everything now. I don't understand it

1 week ago

I feel bad for this person because they have a lot of trauma they need to heal from and I pray they find that healing and peace of mind they deserve

I also think posting a video like they did is dangerous to the trans community because this kind of stuff is why “normal” people don’t take us seriously. Its not a game, its not something you can wear and take off, and we need better psychologists to diagnose trans people correctly from those who don’t know who they are.

1 week ago

So is non binary neither or both? Like wtf.

1 week ago

Woah im late. Haven’t watched yours and London’s stuff for like a year. Sup? Also out of interest are u usin the key “k” to pause and start the video. Coz its wayy easier.

1 week ago

I think they restarted taking T

1 week ago

to me the doctor said that T changes are irreversible

1 week ago

Of course T is not for everyone, many ftm by choice doesn't start it... BUT... this person sounds more like being happy of feminine changes on their body. Like watching an opposite transition video, male to female.
Ok right, I was too quick, she even says it later (I will use she now, since she says she identifies as a woman). She has although tons of problems, I don't even know how she got testosterone... Man, I had to go to a psychologist, and now I am on a year-long waitlist for treatment and medical exams.... HOW the hell it is possible to just go and say, I want T and you get it. I don't live in the US so that might be it, but come on, I want her T! :D

1 week ago

7:02 LmAo those side glances fuckin crack me up. That's how I felt when I heard them say that. RESEARCH before you start T PEOPLE. Muscle growth is very much expected..

1 week ago

Histrio-gender. "My gender is influenced by my need for attention."

1 week ago

I stopped testosterone for 1 year after 3.5 years on testosterone. I’m back on testosterone and have been for 2 years. I was a transgender man the entire time. It was completely the most mentally liberating thing for me. It was the way I realized I didn’t need testosterone to be happy. I feel better back on it, yes, but I have learned emotional resilience that taking testosterone or not I’m still going to be fine. My hair keep growing, I didn’t shave. You can actually take low doses of testosterone to make you more androgynous. Transitioning is not one size fits all. We really have to raise the vibes and release the judgment.

1 week ago

Wake up everyone.!!!!! This is not real person. it´s CGI !!!!!! CGI !!!!!!! CGI !!!

1 week ago

Wake up everyone.!!!!! This is not real person. it´s CGI !!!!!! CGI !!!!!!! CGI !!!

1 week ago