Transition Timeline (10 Months on HRT), Breast Growth, Laser Hair Removal

Thought I’d make a short slideshow to show the changes I’ve experienced in my transitioning. I’ll probably be doing a more in depth video next week with more of my actual life story in it. This was just to give an before and after and a rough timeline of how things occur.

And before you even ask, yes, the female nipple is apparently fine on YouTube when presented for educational purposes.
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Breast size and shape are often sources of insecurity for women. Many women believe thereโ€™s nothing they can do about the shape or size of their breasts, other than plastic surgery. As it turns out, there are certain yoga poses that can improve the shape of the breasts, along with the volume of the lungs, while making you feel strong, healthy and confident.
1. Warrior Pose
2. Triangle Pose
3. Cobra Pose
4. Bow Pose
5. Wheel Pose
6. Camel Pose

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