I will definately post how things go through each step in the process. But for every guy, gyno is just not a manly thing, and for all of us testosterone muscleheads, as seen by the world, fall to the "mighty" estrogen hormone is ironic and a catastropic blow to image of myself that I hold onto.
I try to hide my history of AAS because people are just not educated, don't understand, and will never understand. And of course no one knows of my gyno situation, my only refuge is here. And I will go to the plastic surgeon's office alone, face the humilation of sitting amoungst all the women trying to get breast implants, staring at me wondering "What's wrong with him?" But I will be stronger for it, with a new lease on life.
That's how I see this operation and how much it means to me; and I feel like a queer saying all this, but at least Im doing what I have to do, and we can all laugh about how gay I was about this whole situation over a beer. A fuckin men.