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No.75 : Sweetie-chan [11/07/04(Mon)12:45] [Report] 1309797943378.jpg (907815 B, 1600x1200) [YIS] [GIS] [SNAP]
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I found this touching story about a Trap who found her way in life; on a similar note, does anyone know what herb she may have been talking about? My only guess would be soy isoflavones, but I'm not sure.

No.76 : Anonymous [11/07/05(Tue)22:08] [Report] []

She used to post here as Bexxie.

No.77 : Anonymous [11/07/08(Fri)10:18] [Report] []

confirmed on other boards:
pueraria mirifica

No.78 : Anonymous [11/07/08(Fri)10:19] [Report] []

>>77
That said, just because it is a "natural" "herb" doesn't mean you can't overdose on the shit. Just be careful if you use it.

No.79 : Sweetie_chan [11/07/09(Sat)02:52] [Report] 1310194340562.jpg (344148 B, 1600x1200) [YIS] [GIS] []
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>>77
>>78
thnx! I was wondering for so long! Kinda wondering if this might also help with my "man-hands" you know, when the veins pop-out. it ruins so many of my pictures.

No.98 : Anonymous [11/07/28(Thu)08:33] [Report] []

Trans with a receding hairline? Holy SHIT that had to be a horrifying realization, as if she didn't have enough to worry about already. Glad to see everything worked out for her in the end.

No.206 : Anonymous [11/09/03(Sat)16:42] [Report] []

>>79
were gloves

No.217 : yourtrainer [11/09/05(Mon)10:51] [Report] []

>>79

stay away from alcohol, salt and tobacco.

Also don't take pics when it's hot/warm, after exercise or when you've taken aspirins, veins and arteries dilate under those conditions.

Maybe it could be a good idea to cold your hands with something before taking pics.

No.223 : TexiTrap [11/09/07(Wed)14:53] [Report] []

>>75

That's so sweet it's like a giant splash of the cleanest freshest water from the purest spring. This is a story I really needed to read today. Massive uplift.

No.354 : Sweetie_chan [11/11/28(Mon)19:09] [Report] 1322525397792.jpg (625449 B, 3648x2736) [YIS] [GIS] []
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New question.
How do I get my shoulders to be more relaxed and slender. Lately they've been pretty broad especially since I started exercising regularly and sit at a near 90 degree angle, this makes quite a few of my shots come out rather awkward.

No.355 : Anonymous [11/11/28(Mon)23:21] [Report] []

Build your hips/ass/legs up so they look wider than your shoulders. There's not much you can do about the bone structure. Losing muscle in your deltoids is about the only thing you can do.

No.359 : Sweetie_chan [11/11/29(Tue)22:16] [Report] []

>>355
thanks

No.361 : Anonymous [11/12/05(Mon)05:01] [Report] []

Can someone explain exactly what pueraria mirifica does? Like, what are it's overall affects and such? I'm getting some inconsistent results on it.

No.362 : Sweetie_chan [11/12/07(Wed)05:57] [Report] 1323255448461.jpg (190832 B, 919x1300) [YIS] [GIS] []
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I'm planning on getting a dress like this soon. But I want to be sure that I'm gonna wear it right. So I plan on dieting and exercising for a few months. any tips on what I should focus on eating for now? or specific exercise routines?

I've already read >>90 and plan on following that regiment, but I was wondering if anyone had any extra tips.

No.363 : Sweetie_chan [11/12/07(Wed)09:03] [Report] 1323266600952.jpg (46097 B, 325x478) [YIS] [GIS] []
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>>355
I've heard that wearing a corset can actually, over time, make your waist thinner. Obviously I wouldn't have it crushing my lungs, but what's your advice regarding this? Would a girdle be better?

No.367 : Julie #.QqkDUCQV2 [11/12/07(Wed)19:56] [Report] []

>>363 Well, wearing a corset makes your waist thinner over time, but to get good results you need to wear a real corset for corset training. Those can be quite expensive. AND for good results you need to wear it for most of the day (basically you just take it off to sleep). Basically it boils down to this: 'aestethic' corsets will make your waist thinner but not all that much, if you want results get a 'real' corset.

No.368 : Sweetie_chan [11/12/09(Fri)17:32] [Report] 1323469923205.jpg (49450 B, 674x767) [YIS] [GIS] []
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>>367
well, here's the corset I'm trying to get a hold of. It's described as -

This a a stunning Sexy Rose Corset,
With a lovely stretch design & Lovely silky material.
With lace to front & Roses
With Double Boned front. Boned back
Zip to back

So would this count as aesthetic? what would make something a "real" corset?

No.369 : Julie #.QqkDUCQV2 [11/12/09(Fri)18:48] [Report] []

From what I've gathered a leather corset with steel pins(or whatever theyre called) is optimal. Couldnt really find a picture right now, maybe I'll post one if I remember to look for one. If you cant afford anything like that, just make sure that its not plastic pins, those are bent too easily.

No.370 : KeMiCa #.KeMiCa8r6 [11/12/09(Fri)19:34] [Report] []

The phrase to look for is "full steel boned". Plastic bones are rubbish and just bend and give no support, steel bones give you that proper hourglass figure. You also must remember to buy a corset 4" smaller than your true waist size as they'll pull you in a fair bit if done up right.

No.374 : Sweetie_chan [11/12/11(Sun)01:01] [Report] []

>>370
4" sounds a bit harsh for a first time,any way I could ease into this?
Also, should I have someone help me put it on or do it myself?

No.376 : KeMiCa #.KeMiCa8r6 [11/12/11(Sun)06:25] [Report] []

Oh believe me 4" is fine, when the laces aren't tight it'll be at your normal waist size. Putting one on can be done by yourself quite easily with practice but if you can get someone to help you it'll be a lot easier. As ever there's videos on YouTube showing how to put one on, I'd link you one but all Flash videos are broken for me for some reason.

No.378 : Sweetie_chan [11/12/15(Thu)14:02] [Report] []

>>376
okay, thanks. I guess for now I'll practice with this one, and I'll get a "full steel boned" corset as soon as I figure it out.

something else i was wondering about though, I want to get some hair removed but I'm not sure which to get, Laser or electrolysis. I know electrolysis is more permanent but I was wondering which is a better option.

No.379 : Sweetie_chan [11/12/15(Thu)14:03] [Report] []

also, should I buy a kit and so it myself or go to a professional?

No.380 : Anonymous [11/12/16(Fri)04:26] [Report] []

This thread has inspired me to save up for a corset.

>>379 Laser's effectiveness depends on your skin and hair color. It's also pretty expensive compared to electrolysis.

If you need to do your face, you are going to need to see a professional anyway for either option. Personally, I wouldn't go with a home kit, electrolysis or laser are things that you don't want someone unskilled doing on you.

If you have a transgender support group in your area, I suggest asking around about good low-cost electrolysis professionals. That's the way I plan to go. The downside to electrolysis is pain and potential scarring.

No.381 : Sweetie_chan [11/12/16(Fri)16:42] [Report] []

>>380
Thanks for the info.

No.391 : Sweetie_chan [11/12/21(Wed)22:19] [Report] 1324523958837.jpg (6921 B, 300x300) [YIS] [GIS] []
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I recently found this product called raw mammary tissue concentrate. I was wondering if anyone here had any experience with this product? any info, tips, or experience with it?

No.400 : Anonymous [11/12/26(Mon)19:12] [Report] []

>>368
def relevant
corset-story
google it

No.401 : Anonymous [11/12/27(Tue)03:55] [Report] []

>>400
That site, my God that site. Thank you so much!

No.402 : Sweetie_chan [11/12/29(Thu)03:03] [Report] 1325145825723.jpg (74799 B, 818x731) [YIS] [GIS] []
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>>400
Great site, though I'm wondering if "double boned" is necessary. shouldn't a normal full steel boned corset do just fine? Or is there some other advantage to the double steel bone?

Pic is the corset I ordered, good news is that, I'm skinnier than I thought(yay!) bad news is that it doesn't restrain me at all.

No.413 : Sweetie_chan [12/01/04(Wed)20:41] [Report] 1325727714482.jpg (36414 B, 400x400) [YIS] [GIS] []
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Okay, so I bought a smaller corset, this one is full steel boned. I've found that on ebay, you can find a good corset for not very much, though, whether or not it works is still to be figured out.

I'll post pics of it when it arrives.

No.414 : Sweetie_chan [12/01/04(Wed)21:14] [Report] []

>>362
I have had no luck finding this type of dress. Anyone got a site or some tips to finding a dress ike this?
At this rate I may as well try to make it myself.

No.420 : Anonymous [12/01/10(Tue)02:31] [Report] []

>>400

So I took the plunge and ordered a corset from Corset Story.

It seems like that the US store sometimes has orders filled by the UK owner. Mine was shipped Royal Mail Air Mail, and came in fairly discreet packaging except for one thing; "Ladies Apparel" written in a font that particularly stands out in the Customs declaration field.

So that may be a problem for those of you who live with others.

No.421 : Anonymous [12/01/10(Tue)02:59] [Report] []

>>414

I've did some looking around. The only thing I've been able to find that comes close is this: http://fuxx.us/12v

No.423 : Anonymous [12/01/10(Tue)03:56] [Report] []

>>422

I'll elaborate a little bit. (I really should pick a handle for this board.)

So the dress you want is a long spaghetti strap evening gown with split sides and a straight neckline. Pretty much it's just combing through catalogs or online listings for what you want or going to a dress store and asking.

Alternately, similar evening gowns without split sides are a popular prom dress, so you might be able to pick one up second hand and alter it yourself. Google "put side splits in a skirt" for instructions.

Making it yourself should be pretty easy, as it's a very straight forward dress design. I think it would be a fun little project.

No.424 : Sweetie_chan [12/01/10(Tue)18:12] [Report] []

>>421
thanks though I'm looking for ankle length.
>>423
yeah, I've combed through hundreds of dresses and the only solution i can find is to make the thing myself. It does seem easy enough with all the straight lines and lack of detail. I report on how that goes from here on out.

No.534 : Sweetie_chan [12/03/10(Sat)00:18] [Report] 1331356693011.jpg (546280 B, 1600x1200) [YIS] [GIS] []
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my corset!
It's been a while since I posted so I'll update a bit.

For the dress, I've gotten a fabric that I believe will work, although I still need to practice on it to make sure I don't mess up horribly and ruin the whole dress.

on the corset, It's working pretty good. It's pretty comfortable to wear when I actually put it on right. on another note though, I'm gonna get another one that doesn't go over the shoulder since it not only leaves large indents on my shoulders and, it makes the threading uneven and hard to get right as you can see in the picture.


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