- Member Type: Silver Member
- Age: 36
- Location: Washington, PA, United States
- Orientation: Bisexual (Non-Op M2F )
- Listed As: Friend, Girl (M2F)
- Looking For: Friends
- Last Active: Feb 6th, 2018
- Joined: Jan 10th, 2018
MTF, 36, transitioned last year, full time F, living with my boyfriend. Pronouns etc, any is fine.
The reason I wanted to transition was simple, I enjoyed erotic role-playing as a female character in an online game so much I decided to transition since I wanted to have sex like that - being dominated naturally due to difference in strength and size (not tied up or whips or anything like that). No other reason for my transition.
I quit work to transition since I didn't want to deal with BS that would result if I kept that job. I planned HRT, electrolysis, FFS, boob job, voice surgery, voice training, and drastic dieting from day one since I wanted to do EVERYTHING to pass. I'm keeping my bits and pieces. I went all out for one year, everything went as planned, I pass, I'm happy!
Not one person said a single negative thing to me about transitioning the whole time. Lots of looks of shock along the way since when presenting as a girl I decided to always be flamboyantly feminine (tastefully) and dress very provocatively; it was quite humorous at times, but no one reacted negatively. Every time I saw realization dawning on someone's face, or fingers pointing or nudging a friend, I couldn't help but smile (and laugh to myself). I met my supportive boyfriend early on and he moved in soon after; this confirmed that this is what I want.
Planning and having money helped me pass quickly, it cost $70k. Having tons of fun during the transition instead of fearing it was the key to positive social interaction while transitioning, and having one (only one) truly supportive person (my boyfriend) kept my confidence high.
I'll never consider myself to be a girl. I'm the same guy I've always been, permanently acting/role-playing as a girl, and I love it because I love how I look and it's incredibly fun always being the center of attention everywhere I go.