Hello everyone, I have joined PE for two reason; first to make some friends and second is to ask for help. I run a small web site selling products and services to help people that seek to improve their gender presentation. But due to a series of illnesses I can no longer run it alone.
In 2006 I got cancer and for two years I was on Lupron. The Lupron turned off testosterone production. It was heaven. But hell soon followed. After I was declared cured of the cancer, the Lupron was…
I have always made my purchase from www.inhousepharmacy.biz and have always had good service from them. Yesterday someone told me about www.alldaychemist.com they don't seem to have all the same brands but better pricing. One thing I noticed is they don't even have a secure server. Has anyone ever used www.alldaychemist.com?
Also, I…Read More
So the year is 2012 a new year and I have moved from Virginia to Illinois, actually this was more for my moral than anything. I could have stayed in Virginia to finish the Chemo process, live in a small bedroom and not be Shauna for another 4 months but would I be happy, I think not.
My younger brother packed up the trailer on Wednesday, even though he did not want me to leave. I guess I hurt him in a way but I never want to be a burden to anyone, he was absolutely my savor during…
Added by Shauna Baggett on January 21, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
In our quest for definition we have been subjected, and have subjected ourselves, to numerous labels. Transvestite, crossdresser, drag queen, transgender, and the plethora of variations to transsexual - post op, pre op, non-op, not to mention the folks who find themselves to be intersexed or gender queer, androgynous, or even asexual. In the midst of all this - here I am.
Each of these labels has some distinction but, it can be argued, that each also has some ambiguity to its own…Read More
I had a funny realization earlier tonight: I'm 28 and take as many pills as an 82-year-old.
Just five years ago, I didn't take any regular prescription medications. When I went to a doctor or psychiatrist and they asked the standard question of what medications I'm on, the answer was simply none. Now, I have to start reading the ever-growing list, not just…Read More
I am wondering, since I have had my orchiectomy in 2007, I have been going on four years now with no evil "T" in me. I've noticed probably about a 95% reduction in hair on my back. All other body hair has thinned out and appears lighter - although it probably appears lighter due to it being thinned out, not as in color change.
But anyway, I'd say there was a 70% reduction/thinning just from the surgery and having no T in my system (just T that is residual from other glands -…Read More
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