Wow awesome job, there are plenty who started off as men who haven’t made it to where you are: athlete and model with a good physique.
I don’t see the feminine hips or anything else outside of facial features, but thats subjective.
If you don’t mind the personal question; I’ve only known one transgender person in the past and I was curious if it had any effect on sexual orientation? Feel free not to answer.
The person I knew had been a homosexual female who upon transitioning to male became a homosexual male.[/quote]
Your friend’s experience is very common. There’s really not much research that looks at the affects of HRT on sexuality. My story is fairly similar. I would say bi is the best descriptor for myself. But I lived mostly as a butch les for 4 years before I transitioned. For the past couple years I was more into men. I think most (but not all) FTM guys are pretty flexible.
I currently have a hot MTF girlfriend who is 8 inches taller than me and looks like a supermodel. I am teaching her to squat! She wants a bigger butt
Yeah I know a couple FTM guys who compete in bodybuilding or powerlifting around the world. They aren’t really out though.[/quote]
Cool, I had wondered if ones sexuality is defined as an attraction to either whats the same or opposite of oneself, and perhaps that definition remains valid even upon changing yourself.
BTW unless there is some regulation where you compete or some health or personal concern I’m unaware of, there is nothing stopping your from just upping your test dose periodically, and running a blast/cruise type scenario like most men on TRT do. As a male steroid user, I gotta say I’d probably do that if I were in your shoes, but again I’m unsure if there are any deleterious effects of high testosterone doses (or other compounds) on a (formerly) female body.
Anyways thanks for the insight and keep up the good work.