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People news / Re: Warlockmaker Missing
« Last post by Cindy on Today at 10:58:13 pm »
She is fine. I talk to her regularly.
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People news / Warlockmaker Missing
« Last post by judithlynn on Today at 10:43:45 pm »
Hi;

Has anyone heard from Warlockmaker. She has completely disappeared from the Board and e last heard from her back in December 24th 2018. Does anyone know if she is alright?

JudithLynn
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Coming out of the closet / Re: Out of the office done
« Last post by Wendi on Today at 10:36:38 pm »
With you having come out at the BBQ that should really help with your HR department. Maybe some of them were even at the BBQ and saw you.

When you know what you want you have to take the bill by the horn and you did. Congratulations!

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Male to female transsexual talk (MTF) / Re: To my oldest son.
« Last post by Allie Jayne on Today at 10:36:35 pm »
Melissa, your letter resonates with me as I have a son who I struggle to relate to. It affected my tear ducts as well. I have yet to come out to my 35 y.o. son, but we've never ben able to connect, and I believe it was because he could never see a father in me. I was a single parent from the time he was 3 years old, and he was deprived of both a mother and father, even though I tried to fill both roles. My 38 y.o. daughter has always related to me as her mother, and today, calls me second Mom, even though I am not out to her. I am hoping that my coming out to my son will help him to make sense of his confused relationship with me, and maybe even bring us closer, but I doubt it. It is a cruel part of being trans, and so much sadder when it affects your children.

One thing I would do though, is make sure my son understands that none of this was my choice. I don't want him to ever think I chose this life over being his Dad. I sincerely hope that both of us find a way to get closer to our sons.

Allie
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I totally get what you say, but, i don’t think it’s what the OP was asking. I have a really large upper body, and I can own i all I want , but it won’t get me perceived as female by others. Yes, owning it may help hide some smaller giveaways, but maybe not a 6’4” large frame....

I'm six foot 1 and not exactly small. I found I needed to get my weight to a point where everything balanced. If you get too skinny you won't have enough fat for hips etc and you will look a little.... odd. I couldn't be less than 90kg or over 93-94kg. That seems to be the 'butter zone' for me after a lot of experimentation. There are very tall women out there I've met them so its a given that tall = male.
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Gender Correction Surgery / Re: Post Op 5 days - a few thoughts
« Last post by judithlynn on Today at 10:27:23 pm »
Hi Emma;
Is Alex still with you to look after you?
Best'JudithLynn

PS Very glad you are fine after the surgery
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Gender Correction Surgery / Re: Post Op 5 days - a few thoughts
« Last post by HappyMoni on Today at 10:24:36 pm »
When you see it, it is pretty ugly and the most beautiful thing you have ever seen all at the same time. Clear your mind and soak in the experience. It was magical for me. Don't think of any pain or discomfort, focus on the metamorphisis. You only get one chance to see it for the first time.
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Male to female transsexual talk (MTF) / Re: To my oldest son.
« Last post by Lexxi on Today at 10:14:47 pm »
Hi Melissa,

Wow that really grabbed me by the tear ducts. I sure hope it goes well between the two of you. You really put your heart into that letter and I don't see how he wouldn't be able to feel that one where it really counts.

Good luck to you. Please keep us posted about his answer. I say he's going to answer because I'm keeping positive thoughts for you.  :)

xoxo
Lexxi
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