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Offline Angelic

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What surgery can't fix
« on: November 10, 2018, 10:07:12 am »
Ok I was staring in the mirror today and I thought of something. What if I don't pass because my eyes are too close together? I notice a lot of transwomen have eyes on the edge of their heads. But mine is kind of in the middle. And I have a big head so they kind of look smaller than them.

What if I'm doomed to be male and miserable and never pass for the rest of my life. Because of this.
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Re: What surgery can't fix
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2018, 10:43:20 am »
Don't get hung up. All woman are different

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Re: What surgery can't fix
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2018, 01:24:24 pm »
Don't get hung up. All woman are different

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Looking from your pic your eyes are wider than mine. So you have an easier time to pass. Me I'm stuck with it.
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Re: What surgery can't fix
« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2018, 02:06:10 pm »
Looking from your pic your eyes are wider than mine. So you have an easier time to pass. Me I'm stuck with it.

@Angelic
Please consider to STOP listening to that overly critical critic that is inside your head.   

From reading many of your postings all around the forums it seems to me that you may sometimes be way too critical about your transition situation and about your appearance and future plans to convincingly pass.

As @Kitty June stated in her reply comment:
  "Don't get hung up. All woman are different."

Look around, do some people watching at a busy place like a shopping mall, women come in all shapes, sizes, appearances, etc.  Some are more girly and more feminine and some are quite the contrary...

Just do your best and in your journey keep heading for your goals.  We are our own worst critics... it is perhaps time to recognize that and move on and keep keeping on.
Just stating my opinions, that is all.

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Re: What surgery can't fix
« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2018, 02:36:50 pm »
@Angelic
Please consider to STOP listening to that overly critical critic that is inside your head.   

From reading many of your postings all around the forums it seems to me that you may sometimes be way too critical about your transition situation and about your appearance and future plans to convincingly pass.

As @Kitty June stated in her reply comment:
  "Don't get hung up. All woman are different."

Look around, do some people watching at a busy place like a shopping mall, women come in all shapes, sizes, appearances, etc.  Some are more girly and more feminine and some are quite the contrary...

Just do your best and in your journey keep heading for your goals.  We are our own worst critics... it is perhaps time to recognize that and move on and keep keeping on.
Just stating my opinions, that is all.

Hugs, and wishing you well.
Danielle

Well, the truth be told I'm afraid. I'm not afraid of being a woman around those who accept it or trans places. But I'm afraid of walking around in a shopping mall in girls clothes. Crossdressers say it is a thrill. But I just want to relax. I am almost 6 '5. I stick out like a sore thumb. And I'm so afraid of society.

Here's an example. When I was a teenage lad my dad always took me to play basketball. I never said anything because I was afraid. But I was always afraid to play. Because of all the other boys. They were always rude and hostile to each other for no reason. And I was so afraid of them. And I just wanted to stay indoors. Because I am afraid of people.
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