|Originally posted by nefardec |
I guess you don't know that everyone has estrogen in their bodies as well. And if you were to get your crotch kicked in by an angry tranny wearing stilettos, your testosterone levels might change too, or if you eat a lot of soy, fenugreek, red clover, etc, etc. So the answer is yes, there are natural estrogen supplements, and no, there is no difference between someone who changes their body either way.
Also, look up 'gynecomastia'.
Right, but there's quite a leap from using protein to build "unnatural" (What is a natural amount of muscle?), and eating a lot of soy to become a woman. Yes, they may change your testosterone/estrogen levels a bit, but not to the extent that you're seeking.
I just thought that analogy was a bit weak is all. There's only a certain extent that taking protein supplements can make you build muscle. To go further, you need some sort of HGH, anabolic steroids, etc. Much the same way as you could raise your estrogen levels to a certain extent by eating a lot of soy, but it's not going to turn you into a woman.
The fact is, you can't do what you're trying to do without medical procedures and hormone therapy. There's no au naturale means to change yourself from a man to a woman (in the sexual sense, not gender).
|Originally posted by OrangestO |
This isn't about physics, this is about waves.