Ohh look, another trans* blog. I'm Lucy, eighteen and transgender and pretty proud to be honest. Anyone can message me for help or advice (even though I'm pretty shit) but if you use male pronouns or ask me about my body, I will completely ignore you. Good day. Any questions about being transgender or anything related, just ask away! -------------------------------------------------------
Depends on the occasion lol
I have none i’m afraid and I can’t afford it. I really want some though. I can take fiesty pictures for my beautiful followers. yes yes yes!
I’m so used to living my life in such a boring fashion and oh so carefully and I’m sick of this shit. I want to look and feel sexy and empowered! gah.
But I’m not. I’m just me who is plain and boring not the feisty demi god that I want to be :(
I just answered / deleted all the questions, comments and submissions in there. Im sorry if I didn’t answer yours, but if I answered all my anonymous messages my blog would just be full of them.
But basically if you said something nice; awe thank you I love you.
If not; die.
Well firstly, you don’t need any money to actually start your transition, it’s just starting to move in to your preferred gender. Even your deed poll name change can be done for free (in the UK anyway). Obviously if you plan on changing your wardrobe, there will be that to pay for.
In terms of medical transition, the obvious answer would be to go with the NHS, which will be primarily free other than travel and physical medications (hormone pills are about £10 every other month and injection blockers are about £50 a month) but some people, such as if you’re in full time education don’t have to pay for these either.
The main problem with the NHS is how incredibly slow they are. If you want to get on to a medical transition without the year and a bit waiting list, you’d have to go private. I attend a private clinic in London called Gender Care.
With them you would need to have two initial appointments, one with a Psychiatrist and the other with an Endocrinologist. These two appointments are around £200 each. You would then need to go to various follow up appointments every few months with the endocrinologist at about £95 each.
So in total for private you may be looking at about £700 to go for private treatment.
I’m sorry I can’t give any information about the cost in the United States but I hope this will help some of my British followers looking to transition.
I’m trying to apply for apprenticeships at the moment and I have an interview on Thursday, yeah that’s good and all but they want to see my exam certificates. And all of them are in my birth name. Now, the obvious solution would be to get them amended. But I can’t at £21.50 per certificate! It’s just a fucking piece of paper, utter dick heads trying to profit out my shitty circumstances.
The sexy one
The one with the sex
I live my life really weirdly and I find comfort in planning every little detail. Right down to when, where and how I take selfies.
So I’m probably going to take some in the next few hours and idk what to do this time. I think I’ve selfied through my entire wardrobe now! But seriously, taking selfies is no laughing matter when my last one got over 700 notes! (wow and thank you!)
So any suggestions on what I should wear for this selfie occasion?
I need a new hard drive for my computer because mine are full and because of the way my PC works I can only use an exact matching hard drive ugh