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#1

Sorry about the troll down there, please ignore them completely. I don't have any tips as I have never experienced dysphoria, but I thought there should be something more positive on this post. To everyone who has ever been targeted by the troll (or anyone else), you are all incredible people who don't deserve any of the hate you have been given. Please don't listen to anything the troll (or anyone else negative) says, they are a deeply troubled person. Regardless of how others perceive you, you are all cared for by many people. I love all of you guys ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

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A Wild Bean (they/them/any)
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1 year ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Rose, you're the best ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 And, yet again, the troll can go step on a lego.

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Something that I have found helps, aside from baggy clothes that hide everything, is figuring out what parts of your body you think helps you present your chosen way and focusing on them. For example if you think your jawline is a good masc aspect, then get a haircut that flaunts your jawline. Also learning what kinds of styles hide things like chests is a good way to build a gender affirming closet. If you swim a lot sites like TomboyX have compression swim tops and other gender affirming swim wear. Researching and using tools is always a good way to combat dysphoria.
Stay safe darlings

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#3

thanks @fair_weather_rose but dudeeeeeeee that guy isnt even bothering to learn my gender to harras me lol

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#4

Hoodies are great, but not sustainable in the summer. I tend to wear men's cargo shorts and oversized t shirts with my binder. It really depends what you're feeling dysphoria about. If you have a specific thing, comment on my post and I might be able to help

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@cartoon.ghosts its mostly my shoulders, i dont like them being broad like they are

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cartoon.ghostss
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1 year ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Can we trade? Seriously though that's a bit of a harder one. Hoodies and baggy clothes would still probably help, but beyond that I think it might be a bit difficult. Good luck

#7

yea i usually wear a sweater which helps but also ive found dark clothes to help bc it kinda blends with my hair, but yea sure lets trade

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cartoon.ghostss
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1 year ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

That's good. In winter a scarf may also help hide your shoulders, but I don't know about the weather where you live.

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#9

i cant get over how bad my dysphoria is but i hope it gets better for u!

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honestly idk how to say this: YOU ARE F-ING BEAUTIFUL EVEN IF YOU HATE YOUR BODY. HONESTLY- QUEEN, KING, DIGNIFIED RULER, GO GET THAT TOP SURGERY GO WATCH VIDEOS ON HOW TO MAKE YOUR VOICE HIGHER/DEEPER JUST KNOW YOU ARE LIVING PROOF THAT TRANS/GENDERFLUID/AGENDER/NONBINARY/BIGENDER/ETC ARE ALL GORGEOUS

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jordan (pineapple he/she)
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1 year ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

ive watched videos for the voice, and i have a sweater that makes dysphoria go away, uh yea i think im all set

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https://youtu.be/DtItMuCW0vI

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