On My More Male Days

KC wrote…

I’ve recently come to the realization that I am genderfluid and experience slight to major dysphoria about my breasts on my more male days. I enjoy having them on my more female days though. I was wondering if that feeling of dysphoria ever really goes away. I’m considering saving up for top surgery only I fear that if I did get it, I’d regret it on my female days.

What’s your experience?

And what are you thinking about gender right now?

Posted by on January 22nd, 2017 at 08:00 am

Category: your voice 4 comments »

4 Responses to “On My More Male Days”

  1. nola

    same, mate.


  2. Akki

    Exactly how I feel! Right now I’m just trying to lose weight, so they can get smaller too…
    It makes me feel so confused and sad.
    It kinda comforts me to know I’m not alone though.
    I just wish there was more, I don’t know, information or advice or something about this…


    Arin replied:

    Instead of getting top surgery, you could get a breast reduction, which might help you be more comfortable on your male days. That way, on your female days, you wouldn’t regret it?


  3. Sam

    I feel you! But getting surgery to remove your breasts is a pretty big step/change in your life which you may or may not regret. I advise you try binding for a bit so that can help out with your dysphoria on your male days and maybe even try it on during your female days and see if it affects you. But if you truly, TRULY feel getting surgery is best for you I fully support you! :) Best of luck! xox


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