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sam

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i have heared that your libido greatly increases but i am asexual (s*x repulsed) and have absolutly zero libido. i am a compete virgin and have never even m*sterbated. how will it affect me?
 

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Hard to say. I know that I hated my libido when I had male levels of testosterone. As a person, I was asexual, but my body thought it was an almost constantly horny man. I loathed that mismatch between who I was and what my body wanted to do.
 

sam

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Hard to say. I know that I hated my libido when I had male levels of testosterone. As a person, I was asexual, but my body thought it was an almost constantly horny man. I loathed that mismatch between who I was and what my body wanted to do.
wow, that sounds like a nightmare
 

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wow, that sounds like a nightmare
It was. But genital stuff was the worst dysphoria trigger for me, and testosterone induced certain things with those parts that I absolutely hated.
 

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Transition can have a profound affect on how you see yourself in the world. I would say it is best to explore those changes as they happen and not make the assumption they will be bad. I had my sexual orientation change through transition. I fought it at first, but now I accept it. (I fought it because of the effect on others, not so much me.) Sam, I would just try to keep an open mind!
 

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I had no libido for way over a decade, which was fine for me,because I had no partner to live it out with.
Because of the fact that my body produces no testostrone, not even my adrenal hlands do it, my doctor makes me taking DHEA, a hormonal precurser for testosterone. I now have an ever so slught libido. It is very mild, and does not create any sex drive for me,but it is enough so I would not avoid any sexal encounters if the situation is right. For me that would be lesbian, because I have zero interest in men.

So, yes,I now have a bit of a libido, and I like it,because I don't try to avoid interactions with other women anymore.
 

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Sam, I think YMMV. I experienced something like Katie during puberty. It was pure hell, but later it changed. Fast forward to the older me; I don't think I ever felt such mental peace as I gained by losing testosterone, but I identify as somewhere in between. You identify as male. Pretty sure T will increase your libido, but what mental effect you get may be different for everyone. Just my thoughts.

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Mike
 
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