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How should I deal with body dysphoria?
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body dysphoria is tough i have a lot of trans friends and a trans partner. Going off of their advice I would say large loose clothes can help and telling your close friends preferred compliments. like telling them you would rather be called handsome instead of pretty or maybe the other way around. just from my fashion point of view.
these things can make you look more masc: jean jackets, large t-shirts, wide cuffed jeans
these things can make you look more fem : chokers, bracelets, small accessories
just remember you are you
people should love and respect you no matter what changes
and your body now may not be your body forever

lots of love -Ev
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Is it too late for one of my friends who is deeply entrenched in crime (mainly gang related) even though he has tons of opportunities in front of him and goes to a good school? Do I just have to watch him go down that road and accept it?
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in my opinion it is never to late however it can be hard to abandon that reputation/record. I think you should help your friend as much as you can. Try and make sure he gets into a good school and all that.
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