Submitted by Olye, the model and photographer.

“First time succeeding at binding. Shopping for an actual binder at the moment.”

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[ed: Genderfork does, on occasion, post photos and quotes which include binding methods that carry long-term health risks. We want to clarify that these methods can be lower risk in low doses (such as for a photo shoot), but no forms of binding carry zero health risk. All people considering binding should be aware of safer options and symptoms of adverse impacts. You can read more here (beware NSFW advertisements). Several binder exchange programs exist online for those unable to afford binders, but some require participants to identify as male or ftm.]

Posted by on June 25th, 2012 at 10:00 am

Category: faces 3 comments »

3 Responses to “binding”

  1. Thomas

    Be careful..
    Good Luck getting a real binder!!


  2. olye

    This picture is quite old it took awhile to be posted.
    I did get a real binder! the university o concordia in montreal gives them at a pay what you can price. They have various kinds and size and colors which is great.


  3. Jesse

    I will admit I get so jealous of people that can bind well. I’m tiny, but with a DD cup. I have a binder from underworks, but it doesn’t work as well as I’d like. Ain’t nothing gonna make these things go away but surgery I guess…


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