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What are your reasons for being non op?

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Maid Marion:
I don't seem to have an issue with gender dysphoria. 
I also a very feminine voice and mannerisms.
Enough to easily male fail at least three times when I got my Covid shot this morning.
I tied my hair back in a ponytail and wore a women's parka and boy's insulated pants as it was below 20 degrees.
The Walgreens paperwork only had options for male and female.  If there had been a nonbinary option like Hartford Hospital I would have picked that and put on nail polish.

I've been working on how I walk.  I'm getting old enough to where falling may soon be an issue.
I already have ton of lower leg strength from gardening so I've been working on balance and footwork.

Marion

DeniseGrace:
Have lots of reasons for being non-op.

Cost. Had a serious medical issue (family was told I wouldn't live to morning).

That put me out of employment and onto disability.

Reputation - I was always considered the stable, successful one and adviser to others.

Due to HRT my down there parts are basically non-functional. Shrank more then 50% in size and rarely show any arousal.

My 2nd ex-wife stole basically all my assets. She left while I was at work taking all bank, cash, household, etc.

I love being feminine, but I don't have to have a vagina.

Very demeaning I know, but I was naive I guess I never knew about trans until seeing a porn video at about 21. It really hit me, they were the best of both worlds. Again, I know those are not trans positive images.

I was raised in a household of myself and 4 women. I feel more at home with women. I love looking at beautiful women. Have always been jealous of the sexy, attractive attire. Most male things are BORING.

I have had what I'd call bi experiences. I didn't initiate them, but did place myself where they could happen. I love looking at beautiful women, but would rather have a male partner.

The fact my "male equipment" is of little use has no impact, that's fine. I still have no desire to be surgically induced CIS genitals.

Just my take
DeniseGrace

pamelatransuk:
I am having MDV very soon. I suppose it is debatable whether MDV counts as op or non-op but for me it certainly counts as op.

Of course I am very happy to confirm why I do not desire Vaginoplasty:

The secondary reason is that I do not want the the dilation/maintenance. The major overriding reason(s) for me are:

I am unhappy with my body although not as unhappy as I was before HRT which I have had for over 3 years meaning I must change my body down there. I  am happily asexual with minor lesbian tendencies and therefore I do not want a vagina for sexual participation. For me it is 100% about appearance and alignment of my body to match my mind.

I respect those of us who choose Vaginoplasty or nothing or any other option but for me it is quite simple - I believe MDV solves all for me.

Hugs

Pamela xx

ramilove:
Coming down the home stretch at age 67, not in the best of health with two strokes and borderline obesity, I am less than an ideal candidate for a sexual reassignment surgery. Given my health history, I doubt I could find a surgeon that would perform the surgery in this country. The required investment in time, effort, pain and suffering, hard work, high risk of the surgery amounts to a lopsided costs to benefit ratio. I am transitioning into womanhood less the SRS and less estrogen or as one doctor said “A hormone free transition”.

Pammie:

--- Quote from: pamelatransuk on May 03, 2021, 01:41:52 pm ---I am having MDV very soon. I suppose it is debatable whether MDV counts as op or non-op but for me it certainly counts as op.

Of course I am very happy to confirm why I do not desire Vaginoplasty:

The secondary reason is that I do not want the the dilation/maintenance. The major overriding reason(s) for me are:

I am unhappy with my body although not as unhappy as I was before HRT which I have had for over 3 years meaning I must change my body down there. I  am happily asexual with minor lesbian tendencies and therefore I do not want a vagina for sexual participation. For me it is 100% about appearance and alignment of my body to match my mind.

I respect those of us who choose Vaginoplasty or nothing or any other option but for me it is quite simple - I believe MDV solves all for me.

Hugs

Pamela xx

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You don’t qualify as Non-op hun! You are aligning your body with your real self because you need to. Minimal depth doesn’t change that and is a perfectly valid option. As is no op of course for which I can read there are many valid reasons.


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