I’m making this tableware model for school and no matter what I do, it ends up looking like genitals- can’t decide whether I’m dysphoric, horny or very very tired.
sorry if this has been asked - i checked the faq and cant find it - but how do you build so much muscle without eating meat/eggs? does t make up for a lack of meat? or is meat just not necessary?
I eat eggs, but haven’t eaten meat in years, so apparently it’s not necessary(to build muscle). unfortunately, genetics play a big role as well.
freddyoakland said: it’s the protein, that’s why people eat meat. but there are plenty of veggies and other foods that actually contain more, easier to break down proteins than meat.
four flights, four times same routine - zero problem, no pat downs, no questions, full body scanners ain’t got nothing on my mr. Limpy*.
I was quite nervous about packing while going through the airport security before flying out to the States and received a lot of messages here on Tumblr from people saying it was probably best to leave a packer in your checked in luggage, but it sounded like almost no one was actually speaking from experience. so, I did a quick Youtube research based on which negative experience seemed super unlikely. in case someone could use them, here are some videos on the topic:
*I don’t wear any harness, so no metal parts there.
1.looking through the air-plane window at night and feeling like a tiny little dot when New York started to suddenly appear.
2.talking to a random old couple from Peru in subway and exchanging addresses with them.
3.seeing Manhattan wake up from between the buildings when going for a cream cheese bagel way too early in the morning.
back from New York. I don’t know how to start this post because I’m still very overwhelmed with the whole experience. it’s going to be a brief description of my trip and I’m going to make another one from a more social perspective later on.
I loved New York’s energy, diversity, adored the architecture, haven’t met one unfriendly person, already missing Manhattan and Brooklyn. meeting Marcelo and William from Blush(the Brazilian agency that found me through Tumblr and decided to pay me to get dragged all the way to New York to participate in a fashion campaign) was nothing, but great as well. Marcelo is the sweetest man, it felt like we care about similar things, I owe the whole experience to him, I loved the adventure. Terry and the rest of the crew was brilliant to work with too, everyone was really chill and completely respectful. the shoot itself didn’t feel like work at all, I had a lot of fun which you’ll probably see once you take a look at the pictures(sometime in April, I believe), I’ll keep you updated about that.
I don’t have many pictures of me from the trip because I was the one taking most photos, but here are a few:
being a Times Square idiot. I took this one for the laugh, Times Square was not my cup of tea at all, but I’m glad we got to see it.
Central Park walk.
veggie burger at Shake Shack.
a couple pictures of the city for those who have never been to NYC:
and in case you were wondering, Will Shish is just as nice and cute in person as he is on the internet. it was also crazy nice to have a guy from Tumblr recognize me and come up to say hi while I was looking around in j.crew somewhere in soho- thanks, Austin(hope I memorized the name right).
quick gpoy before I fly out to New York tomorrow morning.
I’m going to New York in a week! I mentioned very briefly being asked to model in a photoshoot with Terry Richardson behind the camera in NYC before, but I wanted to make sure I felt confident about this project and had all the formalities including us visa, contract and plane tickets taken care of before making it official.
Blush, a Brazilian agency, very enthusiastically offered me participation in a fashion campaign for a designer called Sergio K about two months ago and I’ve been looked after by a Polish modelling agency since then. the photoshoot itself is purely commercial, I will, however, be talking to some Brazilian press about my blog and transition while I’m there. I’ll probably share more details with you after the photoshoot, but I have to say it’s an opportunity for me to not only go to the States for free, see New York and hang out with Will, but, more importantly, make my tiny contribution to the positive image of trans men in the media(and fashion industry?)! I’m very nervous and overwhelmed, but it’s quite an adventure, really stoked for this trip.
I will have been 3 years on T in 2 months! any video requests or whatever suggestions on how we could celebrate?
2012, 2013, 2014 annual birthday picture.
how old do I look this year?
Were you scared when you started everything?
a little, sure. I was mostly extremely excited and very impatient!
can a transexual date another transexual person ?
sure, I don’t see why not. a person can date a person.
I think you're a great guy and everything. But why do you answer an insulting question like the previous anon. And ignore other questions which are asked out of genuine interest?
if you anonymously asked a question out of genuine interest and I haven’t responded to it, it was probably asked before(possibly multiple times) and you should visit my FAQ section.
I’m sorry I don’t reply to every single anon message, even if it’s perfectly polite, but I want blog visitors to be able to scroll through stuff other than repetitive messages.
How big is your "penis"?
big enough. and your “brain”?