Thank you for sharing that, Luca. And, for your kind words. You are beautiful.
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I know this is a late respond but you remind me of the YouTuber TheLexiKitty in terms of appearance, only difference is her hair is ever so slightly longer and she wears glasses.
I had to look up Lexi because I hadn't seen her before. She does somewhat resemble Sophie/Misery and they are both pretty!
@Misery I hope you are able to get more confident in your appearance because I really do think you look great.
I have come a long way with my self-confidence and I'm a lot less shy about posting pictures now. It takes time to overcome negative feelings about yourself but hopefully all the positivity you receive on here is helping.
You, and other trans women, will always have my unwavering support, by the way.
You have beautiful eyes. I hope you feel free to be who you wish to be.It makes me a bit nervous to do this and frankly I'm not sure WHY I'm doing this (well, okay, I often dont know why I do things) but here:
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As I've said, I'm really rather self-conscious about my appearance, considering the whole trans thing.
I'm hoping that, whenever I might post another such photo, I'll... you know, look more like a girl.
I'm exactly the same way. I'm not a fan of wearing glasses but I have astigmatism which, in my case, causes blurred vision. I will not drive without glasses and I need to wear them when I'm watching TV or on the computer too.I actually do wear glasses... sometimes... or at least I'm supposed to, sorta, as I'm extremely nearsighted. I wear them when driving because it's dangerous not to, but I dont like the blasted things.
Driving is one of the few times I can take my glasses off. I can't focus on anything closer than 5 metres.
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You understand!Are you nearsighted, farsighted, or neither? I don't think I'm either, I just have constant blurry vision.
I think driving without glasses would be a good way for me to get arrested on suspicion of drunk driving.
I don't know if I've ever mentioned this on here before, but when I was in driving school, they made everyone walk in a straight line with "drunk goggles" to show how hard it is to function when you're intoxicated, and I was the only one who was able to walk in a straight line.
It scared me, because it proved that being drunk and still functional could give me false confidence, so I've been very conscious of not putting myself in dangerous situations when I've been drinking.
I don't really drink very much at all anymore, and certainly not like I did when I was in my late teens and early 20s.
Anyway, I'm steering this thread way off the rails, sorry. Just thought that was an interesting story that I don't think I've told before.