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Acceptance Garments / Re: Women's Clothing
« Last post by JoniDee on Today at 10:24:51 AM »
My issue here is not whether I have a problem with all or any crossdressing, it is with honesty, trust, and credibility.  If people come here for advice, and they are told they should wear a bra or that they look good with a bra, and then they see you saying that wearing a bra, panties, and or women's jeans is not cross dressing, your credibility is gone.  It makes me wonder what your true motives are sometimes, is it to help guys with gyne, gas light them, or get validation for yourself?
This area of the website was created for those who have accepted their gynecomastia and want to talk about it and how estrogen has affected their body and mind. There is no "gaslighting" being done. If you do not wish to partake in or lurk, then why are you here? Go to the other areas of this website if you want to remove your breasts and "go flat".

We are here to support one another, not to challenge our fashion choices.

Love,
Joni ❤️
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Acceptance Garments / Re: Women's Clothing
« Last post by aboywithgirls on Today at 08:03:52 AM »
I can only speak for myself, however I do believe that 42CSUPRISE is correct. 

We can all agree about how estrogen effects our bodies. People born male can develop breasts, softer skin, and fat redistribution which gives the body a feminine appearance. 

More subjective is how estrogen effects our individual brains. There are some things that are not subjective such as heightened emotional response, whether a happy or sad response. What IS subjective is how else estrogen works on our brains. Does it help us identify with others who are estrogen dominant such as genetic women? Does that in turn effect how we wish to present ourselves? Such as what we choose to wear? How we wear our hair or other grooming habits?

I believe that it is all connected. It is very unfair and judgmental to write  something here that says what people can wear or can't wear. Estrogen is a very powerful substance that has been responsible for the survival of our species for hundreds of thousands, if not millions of years. 

Be kind, love you guys, 

Sophie ❤️
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Acceptance Garments / Re: Women's Clothing
« Last post by 42CSuprise! on Yesterday at 09:07:09 PM »
My issue here is not whether I have a problem with all or any crossdressing, it is with honesty, trust, and credibility.  If people come here for advice, and they are told they should wear a bra or that they look good with a bra, and then they see you saying that wearing a bra, panties, and or women's jeans is not cross dressing, your credibility is gone.  It makes me wonder what your true motives are sometimes, is it to help guys with gyne, gas light them, or get validation for yourself?
I'm confused about your need to clarify the points you make on this thread which I started some time ago.  Are you deputized to police the threads to make certain language is used correctly?  It must be lonely being the person who is always evaluating everyone else's word choice and stepping in when you believe confusion will lead to some unhappy end for someone.  The other possibility is to walk on by and allow the world to unfold exactly as it is unfolding in that place at that time.  Everyone here is trying to wrap their minds around the fact nature has given them breast tissue.  We talk about brassieres and clothing but the conversation really has deeper meaning.  Living with elevated estrogen is about more than having a curvaceous body that warrants wearing clothes designed for women's similarly curvaceous bodies.  Estrogen affects how we see the world and deal with emotions.  You're right, of course, the world has long judged men who look or act like women.  A great many teens got in deep trouble decades ago because they began wearing their hair long.  You can imagine what wearing earrings does, so wearing brassieres is often the source of judgment, even on this website.  That is why this section devoted to self-acceptance was created by the man who started this website.  Men here are supporting one another in finding some path through this hormonal quagmire that allows us to feel good about the choices we make.  We really don't need thought police explaining to us what words mean.  We're a pretty smart bunch here.  You're welcome to hang out with us if you're prepared to put down your badge, whether you wear a brassiere or not.  8)
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Acceptance / Re: Are You Surprised at the Size of Your Breasts?
« Last post by aboywithgirls on Yesterday at 10:16:34 AM »
I may be mistaken but I think that the biggest issue is that the male muscular structure is larger and bulkier than females so articulating the arms especially when the Traps are developed is the core of the issue.

Many years ago I was able to scratch the whole of my back w/o any discomfort in my shoulders. Then as i built my traps and deltoids, the ability to scratch my back became a journey into cramps and muscular limitations.

Women in large part have smaller developed traps as a result and can articulate better.
I think that this is very true!

I've mentioned before that I didn't go through the typical male puberty. I noticed my guy friends all seemed to turn into men overnight. Their muscles developed, they grew body hair and got bigger and taller. 

I think that you all know by now how my puberty went. However I think that taxmapper is spot on. 

Sophie ❤️
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Acceptance Garments / Re: Women's Clothing
« Last post by aboywithgirls on Yesterday at 09:22:40 AM »
One thing for me: 

My entire life I have wondered why I couldn't fit into women's clothing.

As I keep saying, I keep asking... where are my hips.


well now my body is changing and my thighs seem to alter just a bit.  I tried a pair of women's lee riders and they fit way better than the Wranglers I have worn for more than 20 years.

So IDK what the main issue is..  I am just looking at what fits me now.

And men's clothing seems to be not fairing well.
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Ask a Doctor / Too old?
« Last post by Pioneer66 on August 12, 2022, 09:47:51 PM »
Hello, 
 I am new here. I was wondering, I just turned 59  is that too old to get gynecomastia surgery, due to skin getting thinner as we age?
 Thank You 
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Acceptance Garments / Re: Women's Clothing
« Last post by taxmapper on August 12, 2022, 02:44:42 PM »
One thing for me:  

My entire life I have wondered why I couldn't fit into women's clothing. 

As I keep saying, I keep asking... where are my hips. 


well now my body is changing and my thighs seem to alter just a bit.   I tried a pair of women's lee riders and they fit way better than the Wranglers I have worn for more than 20 years. 

So IDK what the main issue is..   I am just looking at what fits me now. 

And men's clothing seems to be not fairing well. 
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Acceptance Garments / Re: Women's Clothing
« Last post by gmast on August 12, 2022, 02:09:28 PM »
My issue here is not whether I have a problem with all or any crossdressing, it is with honesty, trust, and credibility.  If people come here for advice, and they are told they should wear a bra or that they look good with a bra, and then they see you saying that wearing a bra, panties, and or women's jeans is not cross dressing, your credibility is gone.  It makes me wonder what your true motives are sometimes, is it to help guys with gyne, gas light them, or get validation for yourself?
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Acceptance / Re: Are You Surprised at the Size of Your Breasts?
« Last post by taxmapper on August 12, 2022, 01:28:12 PM »
I may be mistaken but I think that the biggest issue is that the male muscular structure is larger and bulkier than females so articulating the arms especially when the Traps are developed is the core of the issue. 

Many years ago I was able to scratch the whole of my back w/o any discomfort in my shoulders. Then as i built my traps and deltoids, the ability to scratch my back became a journey into cramps and muscular limitations. 

Women in large part have smaller developed traps as a result and can articulate better. 
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Acceptance / Re: Are You Surprised at the Size of Your Breasts?
« Last post by Dudewithboobs on August 12, 2022, 01:14:33 PM »
Yeah the two hook isn’t bad I’m kind of impressed how quick I can throw a bra on and get it in place and out the door. A little practice all it took after being annoyed with the bring it to the front spin it lift it adjust it scoop swoop it just too much lol
Pretty sure if my wife seen me she’d probably ask this isn’t new to you is it lol. 
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