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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

FTM Testosterone and the Clitoris






This was a recent comment/question from a trans female who clearly found out too late how testosterone poisoning can negatively affect the female brain/body.
There is a common adjective often associated with sex between lesbians, RAW! Raw isnt merely indicative of the deep levels of emotional intimacy lesbian lovers reach, but RAW in the physical CLITORAL sense lesbians experience! Unlike the heterosexual PIV (penis in vagina) standard maintained by males of female partners, where clitoral love making is stripped down to mere foreplay or worse, outright ignored, the clitoris IS a primary focus in sex between lesbians. 

One thing sex between lesbians teaches right out of the gate, is just how RAW and vulnerable an excited, engorged clitoris is. An aroused, exposed (from the hood) clitoris may very well be the most sensitive thing on the damn planet! And in an aroused exposed state, the clitoris can handle brief moments of direct contact before that contact turns from insane pleasure to sharp pangs of pain. 

The female body having evolutionized to a greater degree than the male body at this juncture in time, our sexual organs are nicely and neatly tucked away. Females being responsible for the creation of life itself, our bodies need to be smarter and safer ensuring another generation will be born and man/woman-kind will continue. I could go on here but for the purpose of this post I've said enough, I will save the genius of female anatomy for another day.

My point being, only when aroused does the clitoris expose herself to brief pleasures of outside elements. The average length of the clitoris is generally about 4 inches, some are obviously going to be larger, some smaller. Most clitoris length stays safely inside the female body, that is until the clitoris is aroused or drugs like testosterone affect her. A clitoris on the poison of high doses of testosterone push and swell the clitoris from the safety of inside the female body, exposing her. 

Except unlike the exposure from sexual arousal, testosterone keeps the clitoris in an aroused, exposed state. That constant exposure can and does dry and dull the clitoris, which in turn lessens the length of the female orgasm and lowers its intensity. The exposed clitoris has to basically build up a tolerance in order to exist in her new testosteroned state. This dullness can also occur in women who use vibrators too often, clitoral sensation is lessened, dulling or making orgasm difficult or sometimes impossible. 

Testosterone's poisoning clitoral effects will vary from female to female, some woman's clitoris' continue to remain within the body keeping them safe, they may retain good clitoral sensitivity. However their clitoral sensitivity may still be dulled from seeking constant sexual relief through masturbation/vibrators etc. This may also lend to the reasons why so many trans females who pre testosterone poisoning were never (or had little) interest in vaginal sex and post testosterone poisoning, become largely/only interested in vaginal sex.

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  1. I'm not a doctor so I can't say what the physical, medical issues specific to this issue are. We know that testosterone will increase the size of the clitoris an inch or two and generally increases sex drive. However, I'm not sure what the effects on the clitoris are. Is a swollen clitoris more orgasmic than one that hasn't been increased an inch or two with testosterone? I can't see how it is. Testosterone use in a biological female doesn't change the fact that it's still a clitoris. Again, I'm not a physician.

    "FTM trouble with achieving an orgasm

    2011-11-11 04:20:41

    Alright so I'm having really fantastic feeling sex and simulation on my clitoris and in my vagina and I find myself reaching an edge and then instead of achieving pleasure the sex because too intense and my clit feels raw and I don't come but I have to stop

    I'm also a transman, so I was born a woman and have female genitalia but feel and live as a man, I've been on hormone replacement therapy for 4 months so I inject testosterone into my system every 2 weeks. This has increased my sex drive tremendously and also enlarged my clitoris.

    But I'm still having all this trouble reaching an orgasm

    Tips?"

    http://www.kiloki.com/en/forum/health-women-sexual-health/6080/ftm-trouble-with-achieving-an-orgasm.html

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  2. I watched a video of an FTM claiming they now had a constant clit 'hard on'. There's not end to the delusion apparently.

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    1. Your comment not only shows your lack of research and education, but your need to be an insensitive bully as well.

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    2. It's not a delusion lol testosterone will do that

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  3. Initially I would become erect if I even had a passing thought about sex or saw anybody's erogenous zones. My clit would stick out and scrape against my boxers. The skin that covers it is stretched taut, exposing the head- which looks exactly like the head of a penis- a very small one- with a foreskin. None of that is delusional. I have very high sensitivity but I enjoy receiving oral sex and can climax. I've never been very into penetration and was always clitorally-focussed even as a kid. Now the only thing that goes in me is a speculum once a year. My point is that there is as much variation in the bodies of ftm's sexually as there is in all human bodies. Your attempt to segregate and other us by describing our experience based on anecdotes from one person's experience is completely laughable. And stop pretending women's bodies are more evolved than men's. You are such a fucking idiot. I could almost sympathize with your plight if the things you say weren't so unbelievably dumb.

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  4. Anon at 12:56 - I think the point is that some transmen have sexual problems from taking testosterone and nobody warned them. That is a disgrace.

    People giving these meds should be collecting data on the side effects and how common they are.

    Although I read one study about people treated for gender dysphoria and it suggested that most of the people they were treating had serious sexual problems to start with. They were acknowledging that the new equipment might not be perfect, but saying the people had previously not been having sex.

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  5. To above well said my friend ...they think they know but they know jack shit :-)

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  6. "My clit would stick out and scrape against my boxers."

    Wow superman, that's amazing! (But delusional to the rest of the world).

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  7. To above i think your the delusional one also all fetuses are female to start with so really all males transmen and all are ftm ...fact

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  8. @January 22, 2014 at 5:47 PM

    My clitoris grew six inches by just eating broccoli. It rubs against my underwear, and now I have holes in all my undies. It poked through my pants and ended up poking some old lady's dog's eye out.

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  9. I ate some Fukushima fish, and now my clitoris has turned green and purple, and has grown one foot. No, the clitoris didn't grow a foot. I meant to say 12 inches.

    It looks like it's starting to grow tiny legs.

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    1. I wish I could post pics of my hard dick for you,then grab your head and rub the head around your mouth. And trust me, it feels awesome...

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    2. That's super creepy. Don't be that guy.

      -also trans

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  10. I just thought about T and my clit began to expand and seek out every possible f#*k within 50 blocks. I ended up trying to mate with a watermelon, but who cares? It fit just fine.

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    1. If you don't like the information you are reading then leave the blog. Your remarks are careless and you've clearly not had any personal experience. Boxers are loose and as such could and has rubbed against an enlarged clitorus.

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    2. oh no fucking way is it delusional. I'm a transguy (I say F2X, since I'm non op, have considered myself "none of the above" until VERY recently) and I have not had T yet. Still researching, and I very much appreciate all this info! BUT, for the person who thinks that a swollen clitoris being rubbed against fabric every step you take is delusional? Go put a clothespin on it for about 15 minutes and come back to talk THEN. Unless you're a masochist into receiving pain (which will ruin my point), you would then understand this person's issue. IT AIN'T DELUSIONAL. YOU ARE, thinking you can step in that person's shoes from afar without knowing a THING about them. Try a lil more compassion and a lil less judgment. You just might learn something along the way...

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    3. It isn't delusional. I had the problem of my clitoris rubbing against my boxers at one point and it was anything but a fun experience.

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  11. My clit is so big I have to use a wheel barrel. Needless to say, its next to impossible to find boxers that fit.

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    1. Stupid fat arse bitch!!

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  12. I didn't know that they lost sensation like that. That's very sad, just like when they get operations on their errogenous zones,and end up with scars and damaged nerves, and screwing up one of life's biggest pleasures.
    Germany

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  13. I'm so fucking pissed because all the ftm's in my city are dating or married to hot women. Women who are no longer sexually interested in dykes like me. Plus, I'm fat and out of shape. The transmen are just doing what they want and they don't give a shit about lesbians. Plus, some of them are ridiculously handsome and fit. And they are really happy ! Who is gonna put a stop to this? I need to stop obsessing about ftm's and focus on my own life but I can't! Help!!

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    1. I'm sorry to say that, if these women are sexually interested in Trans men, then they're not lesbians- they're either bisexual or straight. However, if these women aren't interested in lesbians, there's a simple solution- date other lesbians who've been rejected by straight or bisexual women.
      Your body problems are not the fault of the trans men. I understand that it might feel like it's their fault, but that's simply not true. If they're 'ridiculously handsome and fit', it's not because they're trans- it's because they're working out, losing weight, and getting in shape. You could easily do the same. (Recommendation- a great way to lose weight is running or walking. It hurts like a bitch the first few times if you go too fast, but if you find a comfortable, but still difficult pace, it'll help you get in shape really fast.)
      I'm glad that the trans men are really happy, because statistically speaking, trans people are much more likely to commit suicide than other groups. It's not a problem if they're happy, their happiness should not be an obstacle to your own. You can all be successful.
      The only person who can help you stop obsessing about FTMs is yourself. Believe me, if I could make the users of this site stop obsessing about trans people, I would do it in an instance. We don't want special treatment, we don't want to be put under a spotlight, we DEFINITELY DO NOT WANT to eliminate gays and lesbians (hell, I'm a gay man! The fact that I'm trans doesn't make me any less gay. (FTM into men)). We just want to be allowed to live, like everyone else.
      Good luck in all your future endeavors!

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    2. i think they were being sarcastic

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  14. It looks like, at least in one respect, this poster's “transition” has been all too successful. Her account of reduced clitoral sensitivity and other “symptoms” is also a pretty good description of how men experience penile stimulation and orgasm. The “multi orgasmic” male is a rare creature indeed; although immediately after orgasm the penis may be hypersensitive and unbearable to touch, it very quickly becomes insensitive, along with nipples, lips etc. So if you have sex with a man and, after cumming, he immediately rolls over and falls asleep, it isn't (only) because he's an uncaring bastard, but also because his body is telling him “job done”. Just how long a man has to wait before “going again” depends on many factors, but I must disappoint the poster by telling her that it won't get better with age.

    The extreme clitoral sensitivity some women report is generally experienced only by very young males (not beyond early puberty) in the glans (head) of the penis. As years go by, the glans becomes desensitized, not necessarily by excessive masturbation, but just by general “wear and tear”. As Dirt points out, a penis is out there in the world in a way a clitoris usually is not. Unsurprisingly, circumcision also desensitizes the penis. None of this is at all mysterious or unexpected: I wear contact lenses, so my eyeballs are less sensitive than yours, if you do not, because I stick a disk of plastic on them every day.

    So, although it may sound... well, insensitive, this T-ransitioner has got exactly what she signed up for. If she was really ignorant of these rather basic facts of male physiology before deciding to “become” a man, I blame not her, but her medical advisers and dealers of T. As she herself says: “I wish that this fact was made clearer from the start”. It is a shame that she was not made aware that, genitally, “becoming a man” to some extent involves trading substance for schein, quality for quantity.

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  15. In my city (New York City), the FTMs just look like little dykes with adolescent beards and seem to mostly get sex from 'gay' men who use their 'bonus holes (vaginas).'

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  16. Aren't Noo Yorkers wonderful? "Bonus holes"!
    Thankyou "e".

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  17. @Jan 22, 12:56 - Yes, there is variation and not everyone has the problems the poster talks about. The important thing is that that possibility exists and she wasn't warned about it.

    There is a huge problem with the information people are getting about transition - it is inaccurate and incomplete.

    Transition messes up your body and your sex organs. The only reason medical professionals go along with it is that some people are suicidal and miserable without it and they don't have sex lives to start with.

    This is the problem with using euphemisms about what is going on in order to protect people's feelings. Some people think it sounds like no big deal and get pulled into it.

    Transition should come with a great big warning - it isn't a cure for depression or PTSD or loneliness.

    Cross-sex hormones are bad for your health, they change your brain and your personality, they mess with your fertility, and they decrease your ability to enjoy sexual pleasure. Surgery just makes it all worse.

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  18. @Petre - one of the huge problems in all this is that kids still aren't getting good sex education.

    They don't really hear about how clitorises and penises and orgasms work in school. They learn about every fetish imaginable from porn, but nobody sits them down and says, women have erectile tissue in their vulva , etc. Somehow all the work 1970s feminists did talking about women's bodies hasn't gotten to most people.

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  19. Indeed. I didn't get any actual sex-ed. I got a lot of disinformation about how condoms don't work. Unfortunately, doctors, community resources, etc. all assume we all got actual sex-ed. I wish we could put together resources covering hormonal problems, all the additional problems from hormone replacement and/or blockers, and coping techniques for those trying to avoid hormone replacement and/or blockers.

    - Mary

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  20. Dirt - what do you think of setting up a post that is just for sharing what people know about hormones and cross-sex hormones?

    I'll start with I was shocked to find out from another blog that many Japanese women with gender dysphoria have poly-cystic ovarian syndrome before they even take hormones.

    PCOS involves an imbalance of hormones with high androgens and low estrogen. People don't understand its cause, but PCOS is linked with serious medical problems like diabetes, heart attack, depression, and endometrial cancer.

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  21. @January 23, 2014 at 1:12 PM

    Problem is, there's no such thing as "objective" sex education. My stepson asked me (years ago) what is a clitoris? and I told him it's what women have between their legs, and makes them feel good when you rub it, and our pricks are the same thing too, just bigger.
    OK, that's criticizable from many perspectives, but it was the best I came up with at the time.
    I'm not sure I trust professional sex educators to do better.
    And yes, we may feel disappointed that 70s feminism has not led to all that we hoped for, but look at it as a work in progress...

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  22. "The transmen are just doing what they want and they don't give a shit about lesbians. Plus, some of them are ridiculously handsome and fit."

    I bet they all have superman clits too!

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  23. Since nobody else seems to be saying it, let me point out that there are perfectly legitimate medical reasons for prescribing T to a female patient. My cousin now takes a more sophisticated estrogen-blocker, but before it was T, to alleviate her endometriosis. Since she was a butch dyke anyway, she was of course wide open to teasing from her sisters (both male and female). Coals to Newcastle,they said.

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  24. You wanna fuck me in the ass with your superclit? (Is that how guys talk?, I'm doing my best.)

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  25. Anon@3:35 PM

    I'll open up a post tomorrow for your suggestion. I would appreciate those invested in serious discussion and truths about hormones to help me weed out the nonsense posted similar to what we've seen here. Posted merely out of fear and female self hatred.

    dirt

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  26. Petie! Let me know if you get any girl clit action!

    dirt

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  27. You dirty old dike, you make it almost sound tempting. But my boyfriend's prick is clit enough for me, and for why? because I luvv him (cue the soppy music!)

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  28. I wish people would be nicer to each other lifes to short dirt ....

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  29. "I wish people would be nicer to each other lifes to short dirt ...."
    I hope that wasn't directed at me. Dirt and I joke, but we try to play nice. She's my big bro after all (yes, I know in human years she's younger, but allow this in faggot-fantasy land stp).

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  30. "I would appreciate those invested in serious discussion and truths about hormones to help me weed out the nonsense posted similar to what we've seen here."

    Excellent idea, but it needs to be rooted in some kind of medical reality and analytical framework, not just the bat-and-ball "I say, she says" paradigm.

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  31. Petre dirt wont love you for calling her bro..

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  32. @January 23, 2014 at 11:55 AM

    I'm so fucking pissed because all the ftm's in my city are dating or married to hot women.

    Testosterone will only enlarge the clitoris by an inch or two. No, smoking hot straight women don't want a two or three inch "penis" that really isn't a penis, but is called one. I'm sorry to burst anyone's bubble. FTMs usually pair up with women who really don't like men, but are too afraid to call themselves the dreaded "L" word. Or, some end up with gay males, or bisexual men.

    "Bottom surgery" Metoidioplasty (sometimes called clitoral release) doesn't really create something that would be suitable for penetration. If a female is used to an average size male, Metoidioplasty usually won't do it. Phalloplasty is very expensive, requires skin flaps from the arm or other donor site, and requires a pump or some other device to keep it erect. Think about it. A skin flap from the arm is not erectile tissue. There is always the possibility of the skin flap being rejected. The Belgian woman who was euthanized after botched SRS was afraid her skin flap from the arm was showing signs of rejection. In other words, the skin flap from her arm what was sewn onto her pubic area looked like it was rotting off. Extending the female urethra presents its own set of challenges. Fistulas are an issue. Scar tissue can constrict the urethra (stricture) or the urethra springs a leak (fistula).

    Whether it's a Metoidioplasty of phalloplasty, any time a surgeon takes a scalpel to healthy genitals, there is a possibility of loss of sensation.


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    1. Ever heard of real life prostethics for transmen women love their trans man when they own one of them and ive heard that a lot of women love this more than the so called real thing...

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  33. @petre,

    sounds logical to me....

    I'm not male, so thank you for the insight.

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  34. Men do this sick sh## all the time. Sheep, goats, whatever barnyard animal. I wonder if FTMs hopped up on "T" do the same thing.

    It might be a good idea to stay away from goats if you take too much testosterone...

    Cross dresser who raped neighbour’s pet goat to death escapes prison


    http://www.anorak.co.uk/333936/strange-but-true/cross-dresser-who-raped-neighbours-pet-goat-to-death-escapes-prison.html/

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  35. @January 23, 2014 at 9:46 PM


    They are called dildos.

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  36. Ever heard of real life prostethics?

    Yes, and it's not the same thing as a dildo.

    Since when is a dildo a prosthethic? Do you get fitted for it just like a physician fits a handicapped person with a prosthetic limb?

    If a person has perfectly healthy genitalia, why does he or she need a prosthetic?

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  37. Ever heard of real life prostethics for transmen women love their trans man when they own one of them and ive heard that a lot of women love this more than the so called real thing...

    January 23, 2014 at 9:46 PM



    This is kind of like saying a vibrator is a prosthetic. Yes, it's good once in awhile, but it's not the same as an actual warm blooded human.

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    1. Made of cyber skin not plastic or rubber and not strapped on either medical glue is used ..

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  38. Some FTMs will do just about anything to get that extra half inch of "manhood" even if it could mean loss of physical sensation.

    Get out bike pump...

    Pumping is another technique that’s recommended to stimulate genital growth. Basically, we’re talking about application of low pressure vacuum or suction to the clitoris. The immediate effects of pumping are temporary but pumping over time stretches genital tissues and can lead to permanent enlargement in some people. It’s recommended for pre-op trans men as well as 6-12 months of post-op to ward off retraction (shrinkage.)

    Pumping is safe when done properly. If overdone however, you can cause nerve damage.
    The rules of thumb are: never pump dry (always use a lubricant), when starting out don’t pump for more than 15 minutes, use mild pressure, and stop pumping immediately if you experience pain or any bleeding. We’re talking about genitals here—be conservative!

    http://genderoutlaw.wordpress.com/2008/12/02/dht-cream-pumping/

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  39. January 23, 2014 at 10:26 PM

    I want to follow up on the pumping. How can any sane female with a perfectly healthy clitoris do this to her clitoris? Getting maybe a half inch stretched out clitoris is more important than the possible nerve damage.

    The female anatomy was designed for this.




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  40. The female anatomy was designed for this.

    Meant to say "The female anatomy was NOT designed for this."

    This is so weird that I'm stunned.

    They get their healthy breasts lopped off and their areolas and nipples surgically trimmed down to size. Loss of sensation is common, and every now and then a nipple graft doesn't take. Many can't even feel their nipples. They are "pumping" their healthy clitoris now. Pumping it up like a balloon or bike tire. If they get "bottom surgery", it's impossible to completely rule out the loss of sensation. It doesn't always happen, but if a surgeon is going to cut around those delicate areas, it's a possibility. All of this is just for cosmetic reasons, so they can say they have something that resembles a "penis". What are women doing to their healthy breasts and genitals? I don't know whether to laugh or cry.

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  41. @petre

    It never fails that every time we start talking about serious stuff, some FTM comes along and brags about how her 2 inch clitoris "penetrates" the girl friend. I swear they sound just like guys bragging saying, "mine is yada yada yada...so big... and so on". "Manhood" is often measured in inches, or centimeters depending on what country you live it. It happens all the time. FTMs crow about their 2 and a half inches. I've lost count of the times they do this.

    Maybe the clitoris wasn't designed to be pumped like a balloon or carved up with a scalpel. The pumping and "bottom surgery" are ghastly to me.

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  42. This contraption looks just like what I used to calk around my bathtub. When you aren't "pumping", use it to calk around the bathtub or sink.

    http://www.extremerestraints.com/nipple-and-pussy-pumps_221/clitoris-enhancer-clit-pump-kit_1248.html?a=transguys

    The gage makes it look so mechanical.

    http://transguys.com/shop/pumps-cylinders

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  43. Made of cyber skin not plastic or rubber and not strapped on either medical glue is used ..

    January 23, 2014 at 10:58 PM



    I've always wanted medical glue on my perfectly healthy crotch...

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  44. I pumped and pumped and pumped, blew the darn pump out, the gage was turning round and round, and now I look like a horse.


    (a Shetland pony)

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  45. I pumped and pumped and now all the hot women in town are so impressed they've built me my own stable. Who wouldn't want to date me baby?

    a Shetland (FTM) pony


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  46. I pumped and pumped and now all the hot women in town are so impressed they've built me my own stable. Who wouldn't want to date me baby?

    a Shetland (FTM) pony


    If I shove my erogenous and perfectly fit and healthy clitoris into a contraption that looks like what I used to caulk around my bath tub (complete with a handy gage and all), will I get a stable too?

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  47. Look at this gadget that looks like it came straight from Home Depot.

    Clit Pump can enlarge your clitoris and enhance sensitivity

    No, it DOES not enhance sensitivity unless the possibility of nerve damage is considered enhancing sensitivity.


    http://www.extremerestraints.com/nipple-and-pussy-pumps_221/clitoris-enhancer-clit-pump-kit_1248.html?a=transguys

    It utilizes the same concept as traditional penis pumps, which have been effective in enlarging penis sizes

    Not necessarily true as to enlarging the size.

    Various penis pump devices have been used for males with erectile dysfunction. This is done under the supervision of a physician. Penis pumps bought online or wherever to enlarge the penis for healthy males have been known to cause problems (scarring, loss of sensation, gangrene, etc.).

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  48. If they get "bottom surgery", it's impossible to completely rule out the loss of sensation.

    Actually, it's pretty much a foregone conclusion. Even with real, nature-given penises, a good "rule-of-thumb", so to speak, is the bigger it is, the less sensitive.

    A cautious thankyou to whoever posted the bathtub decalking tip, though it really just serves to remind me that I'm a dirty bitch who doesn't clean his bathroom often enough. )-:

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  49. I saw one response that claimed that all men are FTM. Please remind this contributor that there is a factor beyond testosterone that determines the true sex of a developing fetus: DNA and the XY chromosome. Consequently, the commenter's "fact" that all men are FTM is not "fact" at all. Their comment demonstrates a misconception, faulty reasoning and ignorance regarding basic biology. It would be like saying that if you planted a seed in your garden and added water, you will surely grow a carrot. Well, we can certainly create the environment in which a carrot can thrive. We may even produce something that looks very much like a carrot with some effort (possible food coloring or by adding something more "natural" to the soil that boosts the root's betacarotene.) However, if one seed planted is that of a parsnip and a second seed is that of a carrot, no matter what is done to make both vegetables look orange, only one will is a true carrot. There will always be undeniable differences between the two. You can read the seed packet but most people will be able to taste the difference, if not see it for themselves.

    If the gardening metaphor is too tough for the reader to grasp, let's try another illustration: let's compare that human fetal gestation and development to incubating an iguana egg under the same heat lamp as a dozen chicken eggs. You may get lucky and get all the eggs to hatch but the iguana egg will never become a chicken. Some biologist may try cruel and hopeless attempts to make the iguana resemble a chicken. One may even roll the iguana in glue, cover it in feathers and tape on some prosthetic wings. In the end, you will always have two very different animals. (My bet is that the feathered iguana will be less content.)

    To be fair, there are sometimes genetic explanations for disruptions in fetal sexual development: as in androgyne sensitivity or XXY abnormalities but these conditions are extremely rare and the very great majority of people who identify as transgender do not show DNA evidence of an intersex (or opposite sex condition).

    But for clarity, let's get back to the seed packet. You can go into any gardening center and find carrot seeds. You may even find gourmet varieties that guarantee yellow, white, red or other colors of carrots. You can plant these varieties and they will still become carrots and remain quite different than parsnips.

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  50. You are guarenteed a loss of some sensation in any operation where skin, nerves, etc are cut (and so damaged and scarred) as is the case of "top" and especially "bottom" ftm surgery. It's a foregone conclusion, so it's really a question of how much damage they end up doing, not if any will be done.
    Germany

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  51. Thank you, Petre. You explained it very well. As a woman I don't know what men feel.
    BTW You can call me bro anytime too. ;)

    It makes sense that the clitoris loses sensation when it's not tucked away anymore. I would think twice before giving that up.


    Big

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  52. FYI-My clit is bigger then a fricken carrot any day you trans shamer. Get a life and stop comparing veggies!

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  53. @January 24, 2014 at 1:27 AM

    I bet they get the parts for this thing at a discount hardware store, dump, or yard sale. Save some money by taking a photo of this thing to the local Home Depot and they could point you to where you could find the parts to make your own clitoris stretcher, or whatever you want to call it.

    Get some tubing..it's cheap. Duct tape the tubing to the vacuum cleaner. Turn the vacuum cleaner on. Should work fine! That should really stretch it.

    http://www.extremerestraints.com/nipple-and-pussy-pumps_221/clitoris-enhancer-clit-pump-kit_1248.html?a=transguys

    Seriously, I should not have said to make your own clit stretcher because some FTMs will do anything for an extra half inch.

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  54. I'm sure Dirt doesn't care if Petre calls her 'bro!' Only 'trans' people are so hung up on gender-words. We dykes and fags have been f'ing around with assumptions and stereotypes forever. It is only entertaining to me when I am 'misgendered' and it happens fairly often.

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  55. Seriously folks, "T" (testosterone) will increase the size of the clitoris about an inch or two, maybe three at best. It's not like they don't know this despite all the back slapping bravado. This doesn't stop them from bragging and boasting and pumping with god knows what weird clit stretching contraption. The weird ass devices really don't do anything but make the people who sell them richer. You have a bruised clit from pumping so it swells a quarter of an inch. See, I'm studly. If it weren't so sad it would be funny.




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  56. @Germany

    January 24, 2014 at 6:45 AM

    I think you are right. It sounds logical to me.

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  57. True Testimonial From a Satisfied Customer...Really!

    Ever since I started using this whiz bang, super duper, amazing clit stretcher (with official looking gage on top) my clitoris is so long that I have to wrap it around my leg - twice. Pretty soon I will have to tuck my clit in my sock, or it will drag on the ground when I walk.

    http://www.extremerestraints.com/nipple-and-pussy-pumps_221/clitoris-enhancer-clit-pump-kit_1248.html?a=transguys

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  58. Dear Satisfied Costumer,


    Do all the hot girls in town chase you around? I mean, I've transitioned, and it was the BEST thing I've ever done seriously, but I can't get a date. Maybe a pumped up clit is the answer.

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  59. January 26, 2014 at 9:11 AM


    If a female is crazy enough to stick her clitoris in one of these contraptions that looks like something from Home Depot or Ace Hardware, what does she expect to gain. Maybe a half inch growth from all the stretching. If a woman is stupid enough to stick her clitoris in this weird ass device long enough, even trans websites say nerve damage is possible.

    Pumping is safe when done properly. If overdone however, you can cause nerve damage.

    http://genderoutlaw.wordpress.com/2008/12/02/dht-cream-pumping/

    Read where it says "can cause nerve damage". "T" (testosterone) can increase libido. So, FTMs can have an increased libido, but can have nerve damage from stretching their clitoris with these weird ass contraptions. That doesn't sound like fun to me.

    Look at this thing. What sane female would stick her clitoris in this thing and turn it on. This is still female genitalia. The clitoris is being stretched by something that looks like parts I could buy at a hardware store.

    http://www.extremerestraints.com/nipple-and-pussy-pumps_221/clitoris-enhancer-clit-pump-kit_1248.html?a=transguys

    $98 for this thing that they probably found parts for at a yard sale, Home Depot, or a discount hardware store. Maybe they rummaged around a junk yard for the tubing and gizmos. Stick your clit in this thing and turn it on.

    http://transguys.com/shop/pumps-cylinders

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  60. Sorry to point this out sis, but your reasoning seems pretty phallocentric to me. I think we need to stop measuring our world through penis size, otherwise you are just doing patriarchy a big favour...

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  61. just to let you know about my own experience:
    Before taking T I didn't think much about sex, but during masturbation I could have several orgasms in a row, each of which was intense and highly pleasurable.
    After two years of T, my clit has assumed the "penis head" shape,is nearly two centimeters across, and is visable at all times. I think about sex constantly, but find it difficult to actually achieve an orgasm. When I do cum, it is not particularly intense, I have less contractions than I used to have,and my clit is too numb to cum again for an hour or two.
    Whilst the sex is dissappointing, the other changes to my body have been great and I dont regret doing it.

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  62. This is so misguided. Did you know that all human beings have testosterone? (unless they have some sort of a hormonal imbalance.) Almost all trans men had testosterone before undergoing HRT, they are just now taking a larger amount.

    I know some people's experience has been similar to the one you described, but I personally had zero genital sensitivity prior to taking testosterone, and now am very sensitive. I nearly fell out of the shower when washing my genitals because the sensitivity surprised me. Not everyone's experience with hormones is the same.

    -Zephyr (they/them) (NOT A TRANS MAN)

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  63. First off, I am disgusted by the bantering and the ignorance and especially the mockery and competitiveness aimed at each other about this issue. How old are all of you, because you act like prepubescent boys! But I will aske my question anyway in the hopes of receiving an intelligent answer.
    I am a transmale and have been on T for about four months. My inner labia used to hide nicely inside the labia major. Now, one labia minor is growing outward in a weird shape, and my clitoris is maybe about two or three centimeters larger and more sensitive. Recently, I hit my max testosterone and I am having a bunch of PMS symptoms that are causing my nipples to be really sensitive and larger, and my labia major to be larger, more swollen, and feeling raw, as I rubbed it with sandpaper, yet there is nothing wrong with them. It even hurts when I dry off wi a towel and my pubic hair is even remotely pulled on.
    Does anyone here know why this is? I know that on T my clit should be growing, but do the labia major actually get sore or get larger at different points during transition?
    TLM

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