- November 6, 2020 at 7:26 am #90296
- November 20, 2020 at 11:15 pm #90898DeeAnn HopingsAMBASSADOR
Larry, a question for you:
Have you done any sort of therapy related to the issues that you raise? That would seem to be a good place to start. The human mechanism often acts to resist change; particularly significant changes like you are discussing that will impact many parts of you life. A good therapist can help you work through those issues so that you can decide upon a course of action…
- December 17, 2020 at 11:41 am #91665Zachary NewcombeFREE
Hi Larry I know how you are feeling. You said something that sort of blew me away something about a phantom dick? I used to think I was the only person that felt like I could actually have an invisible penis. I never heard the term phantom dick before but it explains how I feel. It is so real for me that i am able to orgasm just by thought alone. I began my transition on 2002 completed by 2007. I had always dressed like a man so there was not alot of change. I elected not to have bottom surgery as did not want to loose my v. And risk loosening my clitoris. I have been married for 32 years to a wonderful woman who tho identifies as a lesbian chooses to live with me in our small rural northern Ontario Canada as husband and wife. We moved here so that I could present as a man with no one knowing who I used to be. Havingvtop surgery and a hysterectomy and starting HRT was enough for me. I too am a top and have that desire for particular positions and intimacy. I have a very strong libido and as I have been fortunate enough to find a packing product that gives me a satisfying package in my clothing. I never take it off. Other products are out there that can complete your desires. I found them and I hope to think I’m not the only transman that has the need for reality or as close as I can get to it. Anyways thank you for broadening my vocabulary – phantom dick –
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