Note to self: When hard-packing large, step into your binder and pull it up before putting on your harnessed cock.
I went to SUNY New Paltz for my undergrad and grad degrees from 2004 - 2009. Loved it!
I’m envious of the huge, jacked up guys at the gym who lift with terrible form but somehow still get enormous.
MC and I are vacationing in the Bahamas right now and I’ve never been “sir’d” so many times in my life. I think I understand the reasoning for this, but it feels kind of awkward since I am not being viewed as a 20-something adult and am often asked how old I am and where my parents are. I’ve read about other people’s experiences of their perceived gender varying depending on their location, and I can now attest to that.
I recently heard a gender-neutral term for genitalia that I liked: front nub.
Thanks! MC does not approve of the camo shirt, haha.
I like to browse through the Craigslist personals every couple of days, particularly those with a keyword of “ftm”. I just came across a post advertising a “NYC FTM Sex Club”. I’m not sure if it’s legitimate, but it sounds somewhat interesting.
“…extremly curious to have some encounter with a ttrangerder Female Boy.”
It’s been one month since I started taking the correct dose of testosterone cream. The changes I’ve noticed so far are:
-My voice feels slightly deeper, but I’m not sure if it actually sounds deeper
-Increase in face, neck, and chest acne
-Change in body odor
-Slight mood elevation
-Some cock growth
-Fine, dark chin hairs sprouting
-Increased cock sensitivity
-Slight increase in irritability
Having a non-binary gender identity can be difficult to navigate in professions in which you’re dealing directly with a great deal of people. For instance, if you use gender neutral pronouns, you basically have to give a “Gender Neutral Pronouns 101” speech to every person you’re working with or encounter at your job. Similarly, if your pronouns or name don’t appear to “match” your gender, you will have to formally explain the reason for that to co-workers and new people who you meet and hope that they will comply. Bathroom access might be difficult, as well, if you work in a building that has gender-segregated restrooms.
It may be difficult and frustrating to endure, but certainly not impossible. Good self-advocacy will be of assistance to you. I wish you luck on your journey!