So you're saying he's really a girl?
yep I am and the video Ya shared,Thank Ya,
shows how much the medications can change
a person who already went through puberty by
the looks of them
how much different if they started those same
procedures at say 10-12 would they look?
with surgeries down the road to help facilitate
I've also noticed by research including the males/females
around me who probably thought I was a lil strange since i
didn't always explain why I wanted them to lift their shirts
and show me belly buttons lol
males seem to sit a little higher then the hipbone wheres
a females seems to sit even with the top of the hipbone
again there is always gonna be exceptions to the rules
I usually look for a majority of differences that point to
being the opposite and not just the face or hands,hips etc...
the meds and surgeries help this become that much harder
which is why it's easier to spot the mtf as they are changed
more than a ftm cause there is bigger differences between
think it's easier to spot especially if Ya studied the skeleton
make up of each gender,that's why tptb that are trying hard
to make it so someone cannot be identified by natural gender
if there is no skeletal identification,no "they wore makeup,dresses/
skirts etc.. "identification and then change everything that had
those identifiers throughout history
her/him/he/she to a they/them and a name/number and nothing else(is the goal)
how much does the past change for the way the coming
generations will perceive it?
I would recommend trying older images in medical books
for Your skeletal research as I Believe it will be changed
eventually to a neutral makeup that incorporates both into
one make up