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Posted February 8, 2017
Self-doubt is such a large part of my life now. When my dysphoria is low, I doubt myself for feeling anything other than my assigned gender. When it is high, I doubt my ability to ever feel ok with myself. I’m always doubting the ways that I’m working to understand and come to terms with myself. And I usually recognize those doubting thoughts as irrational, but it doesn’t make them go away or lessen their impact on me.
This one is specific to pre-op/non-op trans women. These ladies have a certain, ahem, elephant trunk-resembling body part. A common way to hide this part is to “tuck” it inbetween their legs (pointing backwards). The trans woman in this comic visualizes the way the thong would fit with this body part and realizes how uncomfortable it would be.