Anonymous asked: Hey, I know this is a weird Q but I figured i'd shoot. Ok, so technically the easiest way to describe myself to you would be as an MTF. I have been looking like a girl ever since I was 14. I am taking estrogen/tblockers. I started this whenever I turned 18 and started developing a huge fear of my body masculinizing any further. I didn't want me aging/testosterone to affect my ability to pass. However prior to me becoming older I never had issues with my body, in fact if I could have kept myself
the good news is that breasts are mostly made of fatty tissue. depending on your body type, this might make it possible for you to control your breast size by controlling your weight, (within a healthy range, of course).
if you’re located in the united states then it likely comes down to finding the right therapist, and not every single surgeon requires a therapists letter. the best thing you can do is to call around surgeons in your area to try to find someone who doesnt require a letter. if you can’t find one, then your best bet is to find a gender / lgbtq therapist, (someone with a lot of experience and an open mind) who can be trusted to write a letter based on them seeing who you are and not withholding because of a closed mind.
this part isnt relevant to your question, but thank you for asking this question. i also posted your question on my personal blog, parkerkierce.tumblr.com, i feel like the “other” version of you! it’s personally very nice to find out that i’m not the only “trans” person who is comfortable with parts of their body.