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Keelejustin72:
Hi my name is Justin. I am ftm and for the most part can pass and go stealth fairly well even though I haven't been on hrt. However my biggest issue is that I am curvy and have a large chest. Even with a gc2b binder my chest is still obvious to other people and I don't pass. I have tried underworks binders as well. Even if it isn't safe I need a way to bind my chest flatter. I know most tips and tricks for layering colors etc... But i need help with getting my chest flatter and looking less curvy.

Northern Star Girl:

--- Quote from: Keelejustin72 on July 03, 2021, 03:04:06 pm ---Hi my name is Justin. I am ftm and for the most part can pass and go stealth fairly well even though I haven't been on hrt. However my biggest issue is that I am curvy and have a large chest. Even with a gc2b binder my chest is still obvious to other people and I don't pass. Even if it isn't safe I need a way to bind my chest flatter. I know most tips and tricks for layering colors etc... But i need help with getting my chest flatter and looking less curvy.

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@Keelejustin72
Dear Justin
    Thank you for posting your very good questions...  the Subject Title of your posting should get the attention of other FTM's that may be able to give you their first-hand accounts of their own solutions.

    I will soon be moving your post/thread to the more appropriate subforum that should yield you more answers from other FTMs.....
                        Female to male transsexual talk (FTM)
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    Please know that I am not trying to hijack your post and your questions and concerns but first I wish to Officially Welcome YOU to Susan's Place.
    I am happy to see that you have signed up as a member of Susan's Place and have submitted your first posting. 

    As you post here on the forums you will be able to exchange thoughts and comments with others that are experiencing many of the same things that you wrote about.
 
    This is the right place for you to be to find out what others may have to say that may have been in your circumstances and with your questions and concerns.
    There are a lot of members here that will be able to identify with your situation as you continue to feel free to share it.

You will find this a safe and friendly place to share with others and to read about others similar trials, tribulations, and successes.

    As you are certainly aware you can share with others and involve yourself with some give and take with other like-minded members.  When frustrated or if you have successes you can share it here if you wish and receive support from others and offer support to others. ....
     ***There is a very good chance that you might find that you will make some new like-minded friends here. 

    Please come in and continue to be involved at your own pace.   Other members will be along shortly to give you their thoughts about your questions and concerns that you mentioned in your very first posting.
   
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Northern Star Girl:
@Keelejustin72
Dear Justin
One more thing......
If you feel so inclined please feel free to stop by the Introductions Forum to briefly tell more members about yourself and to let them know of your arrival to Susan's Place.!
 
With more exposure to more members here you will be able to get more responses to your questions and concerns.
Wishing your well as you continue to be involved in the forums.

NOTE: Now, after all of this Greeting and Welcoming stuff, I will give you and other readers the thread back so that the conversation can continue on.
 
Again, I am glad to see that you have joined Susan's Place.  I will be eagerly looking for your future postings around the Forums.

If you have any questions you can contact ME via email    northernstargirl@susans.org
Danielle
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Ryuichi13:
Hi Justin.  Gc2b binders are great, but the seem to be made more  for men with smaller chests.  You might want to try an Underworks binder.  I had a D, almost a DD chest pre-top surgery.  I had two tri-top binders, and each one would flatten my chest pretty nicely.

Ryuichi

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Keelejustin72:
Thanks but I have tried underworld a couple different times to. I am looking for something that is more flattening than a binder.

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