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MadameDuFromage

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Lesbians can be creepers to, equal opportunity and all.  ;)


Good job on your first adventure.  Before long it's going to be business as usual.
 

Linde

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MadameDuFromage said:
Lesbians can be creepers to, equal opportunity and all.  ;)
Yeah, specifically if you happen to run into TERF type ladies.  What I found out, all the TERF's I ever met were not very attractive women, and I would not have been interested into them at all.

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Katie, I'd whistle at you if I could figure out how to text it. Don't worry, not lesbian.

When I was coming to a point of finally figuring myself out, I learned so much by my reaction to others reaction to me. Being deep in the closet all my life, I figured being out, I would be highly embarrassed. Instead, I was elated the first time I was seen as female. It was awesome! It is a big part of this, this social aspect. Sounds like you reacted as I did.
 

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Hi Katie,

All I can say is "Wow". I am impressed.  You don't need much FFS at all.

Funny you should mention your lip, as I didn't even notice the asymmetry initially. The reason I found your comment so prescient is that when I saw your pictures I thought there was only one thing you needed to be completely femme - a lip lift. You already have a very feminine face. If you got a lip lift and maybe some fat injections in your upper lip, it would totally transform you.  I doubt you could pass as male after that.

You have beautiful eyes, BTW. Gorgeous! You need to shape your brows, though, hun.  You better tend to that or I may come over there and pluck them for you!

With kindness,

Terri

 

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Thanks, Terri. Yes, my upper lip is an area of insecurity for me. Has been since 2006 when I acquired that scar in a motorcycle crash (I also got a lovely plate in my left wrist). Even before I made any attempts to pass as female in public, my upper lip was a part of me that I hated.

Yeah, I have Andy Rooney eyebrows. I hate them. I couldn't do much with them the day that picture was taken. I had to officiate my grandfather's funeral the next day and I didn't want to show up with super feminine eyebrows when I was only out to one person in my family (my sister). My oldest and youngest sons have even bushier eyebrows than I do, and I feel sorry for them. Sure, they are very likely cisgender and will live as men when they grow up, but even as men they are going to have really bushy eyebrows. Fortunately, neither of my daughters got the crazy eyebrow genes.
 

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Katie! How did I miss your thread? I guess I need to pay more attention. I just started following your Pilgrims Progress thread but haven't posted anything yet. I have some catching up to do. I think just a light wax job on the brows will do the trick.

Hugs!
 
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