Welcome to the world pussy (SRS +4)

My gf and I were up for a lot of the night watching tv. About 6 am they came in to remove the iv drip. I still have the iv in, but that should come out in another hour or two.

Dr Suporn came in about 7 am to remove the bandages, and give the first look. He started by pulling the tape off which hurt like Hell. They use some serious medical grade adhesive. Shocking right? From there he cut away the sutures holding more bandages on that were down into the skin. Pulling that thread out hurt. Then came the big one. The vaginal drain. He said “this is going to hurt”, meanwhile I was laughing as I’m prone to when I’m in pain, and he started pulling. I felt it start about straight back from my belly button about 2/3 between my stomach and my spine. It hurt so bad. Extremely painful. I would not recommend doing that one a second time.

From there he had me get the mirror and look at what he was showing me. My labias are both swollen. As is most of that area. He showed me basic care of using betadine on the suture marks. He showed me the lips and the normal pink that’s there (yay no issue die to circumcised). Then he touched my clit. Oh.My.God. I have never, ever, on my entire life felt something so sensitive. Once I get used to it it’ll be greatly pleasurable, but Jesus was that a unique feeling. So freaking sensitive. I’m still amazed by it. I don’t know of that’s what cis chicks feels, buti never felt anything remotely close to that with old anatomy.

I can also more stand and sit for minor periods. So of course I do both. Be very very careful if you do like I did. It’s Berri disorienting and weak feeling. It’s very easy to fall without realizing it.

As for the rest. I cried for about half an hour. My partner I had leave because I just wanted to be alone in my thoughts and feelings and not comforted. I don’t know what feelings I felt entirely, but loss, happiness, sadness, excitement, grossed out (outs not pretty right now lol), fear, uncertainty, worry, but excitement about what this means. Relief that I don’t regret a thing. Happiness that I might finally be the person I always wanted to be. Or one large step closer anyways. I really am at a surreal and serene point right now. I’m just here. And I love here.

Well minus my pussy hurting…

I’ll be posting pictures as part of another thread series to keep this one somewhat sfw.


Why so much LGBTQ hate from Republicans?

This week is the RNC being hosted in Cleveland, OH. The city of Cleveland has been pretty supportive of LGBTQ rights and protections, and has had a high municipal equality score from the HRC for a few years now. Large Ohio cities on the whole are pretty good overall, with Columbus being a city with a very large LGBTQ population and getting a 100% on that score (Cincinnati also scored 100%). The state hasn’t been the best place for LGBTQ individuals, seeing as the Obergefell SCOTUS decision was based on a case originating in Ohio, but it’s also not nearly as bad as NC or other super red states. Yet this week has seen the Republicans at the RNC put forward the most anti-LGBT platform in its 162 year history. They even did this in spite of an openly gay Republican on the committee to decide the platform.

And I don’t understand why.

I understand that the religious conservatives in this country really don’t like that same sex marriage is allowed nationally. I understand that there is a loud and vocal group within the Republican party who has hijacked it. I see that a lot of the leaders don’t seem understand issues faced by anybody who isn’t a heterosexual white cis-male. But this doesn’t make sense to me. The Republican party has even put forward in their 2016 platform:

We affirm — as did the Declaration of Independence: that all are created equal, endowed by their Creator with inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.


We denounce bigotry, racism, anti-Semitism, ethnic prejudice, and religious intolerance. Therefore, we oppose discrimination based on race, sex, religion, creed, disability, or national origin and support statutes to end such discrimination.

They talk about individual rights, freedoms, and protections. How they want small government and letting individuals choose what’s right for them provided, of course, that they don’t harm others in that choice.

So I ask the Republicans out there how is my attraction to men and women infringing upon any of your rights? I’ve seen and heard the common arguments of, “well it erodes the traditional family values.” What are those values exactly? I’ll assume it’s a healthy, happy, and safe environment to raise a child in. If that’s the case then how do parents who happen to be the same gender and provide those things go against “traditional family values”? And as an aside, what “tradition” are we following? I’d bet that you’re not so supportive of those “traditional” values when it comes to Islamic “traditional family values.”

And what about the trans crusade that’s been launched post national same sex marriage legalization? There hasn’t been a single report of a trans person attacking a cis person in a bathroom, changing room, or other gender segregated facility. There have however been numerous cases of cis people attacking fellow cis peers as well as trans individuals physically and verbally in bathrooms, and that’s seen a drastic increase this year. So what happened to everybody is created equal with inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? I don’t see any asterisks or exclusions around that statement.

This war on LGBTQ people is a largely invisible one. It’s one waged in bathrooms, clubs, on the street, at work, and in every part of life. But unless you’re LGBTQ you’re either oblivious to it, or choose to not stand up for people when you see it. And you’re driving a wedge into American culture and our society by doing this. It’s a wedge that’s easy to cover up and not care about. But we are your friends. We are your coworkers. We are your family. Stop trying to change who we are, and instead let’s work on fixing the actual issues this country faces.