A student by the name of Selgal has documented her transition from a man to a full-blown woman. She did this by sharing eye-opening photos showcasing her body’s transformation. The images beautifully capture her body’s transformation in what is called a hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
The documentation covered more or less 17 months, and it also gave personal comments about Selgal’s feeling throughout the process. In its most organic form, HRT is about taking sex hormones and other hormonal medications.
Meet Selgal, a student who underwent HRT or cross-sex hormone therapy.
The process efficiently takes out the secondary sexual characteristics of the person. Interestingly, these characteristics are already present at puberty. But since they are not entirely involved in reproduction, they do not show up. This is where medications that contain estrogens and antiandrogens (male-to-female) and androgens like testosterone (female-to-male) are very much needed.
Particularly in trans women, the therapy helps by distributing fats to the hips to the reduce the size of their testicles and penis. This also results to the significant decrease of their muscles’ mass and power capabilities. Eventually, their breast size and facial growth are increased and limited, respectively.
In order to maintain the effectiveness, HTR therapy must be continued for a lifetime.
Describing her incredible journey, Selgal had this to say:
It’s never too late to change who you are. Happiness is real, you just have to be willing to risk anything to find it.”
Her first HRT started in college.
Everyday she would take pictures of herself in front of the mirror.
She wanted to see drastic changes but realized it would take time.
Things then started to change.
“11 months, first picture I took of myself that I actually liked.”
After 12 months of therapy, her breasts were starting to grow in size.
Her facial features were starting to be similar to a woman.
“My mirror is dirty, 14 months HRT.”
Seriously, she looks so cute here.
And here, too!
“After a much-needed haircut, 15 months.”
Her facial hairs are totally gone.
Such transformation indeed!
“Started using makeup and wearing dresses in public, 16 months.”
And here she is now.
Selgal said that “it is never too late to change” who we are and that “happiness is real.” But for us to obtain it, according to her, we must be “willing to risk anything.”
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This is a total disregard for life.
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James Dempsey is a decorated World War II veteran from Woodstock, Georgia.
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This has been one growing concern among travelers.
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Egyptian Celebrity Makes Fun Of Filipino Accent In An Interview
She laughed about how the Filipinos in Dubai talked to her in English.
The various countries across the globe have different languages. In each country, the people possess their own way of pronunciation based on their culture and environment. While English is the universal language, but it's not the first language for many countries across the globe.
Hence, when people speak in English, there is a tendency for them to carry on their own accents, and this has been a common mockery across the globe, especially for individuals who are fluent in speaking the language.
Filipinos are well-known to easily adapt to different languages worldwide. However, just like other nationalities, Filipinos may carry a distinct accent when speaking the language, which is innate and should be understandable....