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Transsexual MTF. Two Years on YouTube. Post SRS and Breast Augmentation Surgery update


I figured it’s time to update things, since I’ve been on YouTube for 2 years now. I am an MTF transsexual post SRS girl. Here’s a flock of info of general interest to the community, as well as what I’m up to. Remember, if there are any topics you want to see me cover, please email! —-OOPSS Quoted the wrong group near the end… It’s Exodus International, not Amnesty Int’l. Sorry for the confusion. I had my SRS and breast augmentation done in Thailand in Oct. 2010 My SRS video is at… www.youtube.com Here’s my GenderBlenders video on Sexual Response changes… www.youtube.com Here are two great collab channels I vlog on OutLateButGreat (Tuesday chick) — www.youtube.com GenderBlenders (Thursday chick) — www.youtube.com I am comitted to supporting our community. Please email with any questions you might have. Comments on the video are also appreciated. Love you all, Stephie LGBT News — ThatsSoGayLIVE — www.thatssogaylive.com To join or be a reporter, see Sally’s videos on “About TSGL” on the website. I report for ThatsSoGayLIVE. Great resource! TransTube for us trannies — http Live in or near Norrth County San Diego? Join the North County LGBT Coalition. — www.northcountycoalition.org

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25 Comments

  1. Hey stephie! Please make a new video soon! As much as I love your sis, Stephanie, I miss your old videos! I would appreciate it very much. By the way I’m a 16 year old mtf.

    Comment by TheTrannyMike — July 29, 2012 @ 2:16 am

  2. Thanks for the kind words. Yes, there ARE a lot of good people in the world. At 58, you will transition well, dear. Hope your transition goes absolutely wonderful and you become YOU, the wonderful person trapped by birth issues. Hugs,

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 2:40 am

  3. Hi Stephie:
    I’ve followed your progress for quite a while. First thankyou Stephie. I was in transition mtf and had to loose a lot of wheight before I could start hormones. I’m 58 and a coal miner in a small Canadian town. You were some one I could relate to close to my age. you are great at offering info as you changed it helped a lot.I’m finally on hormones and on my way .I have come out to wife family friends town and at work.there are good people in the worid. Hugs Marsha

    Comment by aMarsha2b — July 29, 2012 @ 3:28 am

  4. Thank you. That is so kind of you.

    This transition has given me a new, and true life.I am, and will forever be grateful for being able to truly be myself. Sometimes I look back into the past, and truly marvel at the black-and-white difference correcting myself has made.

    Hugs, dear!

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 4:01 am

  5. You have the best soul/heart ever!

    Comment by Sotaris — July 29, 2012 @ 4:03 am

  6. Thanks so much. In transition, we all change, but the rate of change differs individually. An emotional roller coaster it is, but what a wonderful roller coaster.

    If you’re not seeing enough change, make sure you are seeing a doc who specializes in Transsexuals. Most general docs and many endocrinologists simply do not understand our needs and thus, tend to not medicate accordingly, particularly if you are past 40 or so.

    Best wishes for a wonderful transition.

    Hugs,

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 4:21 am

  7. Thanks, dear. Yeah, darnit, I tend to come across as the grandma type. I’d much rather come across as that ravishing beauty, but,,, alas…..

    -grin-

    Hugs,

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 4:24 am

  8. Stephi you are a wee geg <3 You remind me of the sterotypical cute wee grandma That I luv :3 xxxxxx YOU.ARE.AN.INSPIRATION!:D

    Comment by BabezAlexis — July 29, 2012 @ 4:27 am

  9. Stephie we lovvvveeeee youu !

    Comment by illbyoungforeva — July 29, 2012 @ 5:14 am

  10. Thanks, dear. I hope your own transition is progressing well and it has given you the happiness that my own has given me.

    Hugs,

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 5:48 am

  11. Thanks so much dear. Sorry for the late comments. Somehow I missed the notification. I really appreciate those sweet comments.

    Hugs,

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 6:46 am

  12. Thanks so much. Finally being able to be myself and have mind-and-body in synchronization is just marvelous. I can now enjoy life every day.

    Hugs,

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 7:11 am

  13. Bless your heart, you seem like such a sweet heart. I’m glad that you are happy

    Comment by nearlyace — July 29, 2012 @ 7:24 am

  14. You rock!!!
    You carry yourself just as a genetic grandmother would. Always ladylike. U are such a sweetheart & I wish u nothing but the best

    Comment by EpiphanyChanel — July 29, 2012 @ 8:00 am

  15. Stephe, thanks for sharing your wonderful journey to your true self. Ive followed all your videos so far. Your warmth, compassion and strength bring a smile to my face when i see how well you are doing. Thankyou for being such an inspiration to myself and fellow trans people.

    Comment by JasonMarcus82 — July 29, 2012 @ 8:50 am

  16. Thanks. Dr. Preecha / Dr. Burin at the Preecha Aesthetic Institute (PAI) in Bangkok.Excellent surgeons and fully recommend them. Hugs, Stephe

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 9:36 am

  17. @conway7734
    who did ur SRS??

    Comment by karianime1990 — July 29, 2012 @ 10:34 am

  18. Thanks so much for this video and comments. I see to often the younger transgender but not the other end od the spectrum. Myself, I have had therapy for 7 months and am ready for HRT to begin. This video has given me some of the best information to date.

    Thanks,

    Amanda
    Iowa
    Wishing to have more TG friends

    Comment by lstewartvtc — July 29, 2012 @ 11:12 am

  19. Thanks so much. I find that keeping a positive attitude helps. Given a birth defect that is correctable, correcting it sure does help keep one cheerful. It also helps for when you run across those occasional nay sayers with hateful comments. I guess they condemn dwarfs, and siamese twins too. O well.

    Thank you again for the lovely comment and compliment.

    Hugs,

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 12:12 pm

  20. i love how you’re such a cheerful person! keep smiling :)

    Comment by lily0402 — July 29, 2012 @ 12:35 pm

  21. Thanks. Most trans folk have various correctly gendered parts… sometimes interior only; very occasionally are they external. I do have some testosterone damage, unfortunately. Thanks for the compliment. This has been an incredible journey. Hugs, Stephie

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 1:33 pm

  22. I can’t believe you’re transexual =] you look like a woman 100%

    Comment by itsVERYeri — July 29, 2012 @ 2:08 pm

  23. Thanks so much for asking, and for the kind words. Doing quite well. Healthy, happy and very very busy.

    I’m glad you told your spouse, and she is dealing with it. This change is just so vital to us. Going to therapy should help you both in that regards.

    I’m always here and will occasionally update things. Much love, dear.

    Hugs,
    Stephie

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 2:56 pm

  24. Hi Stephie,

    How have you been. I am really curious as to what you have been up to lately. Are you OK? I certainly hope so. You have been such an inspiration to me and I’m looking forward to more of you positive and lovely posts. Btw I finally told my spouse and she’s dealing with it and coming to therapy with me. Much love, ^^Aria

    Comment by AriaTee2 — July 29, 2012 @ 3:43 pm

  25. ??? What is that? You mean transsexual? Or the three-letter-acronyms? Transsexuals are those born with a defect: their sexual organs are either incorrect, duplicated, ambiguous or defective. Mine were externally male, and without correcting that to female I would have died. SRS is the Sexual Reassignment Surgery to do that. MTF indicates that my external male organs have been properly transformed into female organs (male to female). This is not a choice, it is a necessity for life.

    Comment by conway7734 — July 29, 2012 @ 4:21 pm

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