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You don’t have to try do hard. Just be you. #GrAmYo

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Colbie Caillat - Try

WORDS TO LIVE BY:

Regardless of your gender identity or expression this is an affirming song of being authentic. 


"You don’t have to try so hard
You don’t have to, give it all away
You just have to get up, get up, get up, get up
You don’t have to change a single thing”

#GrAmYo

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7PM GROUP TONIGHT BE THERE OR BE SQUARE AT YOUTH IN NEED IN ST. CHARLES.

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What makes some people experience faster changes on T whereas other people don't get those changes until years later down the road? What would make someone respond less to T if their blood levels are within the correct range? Less hormone receptors? Kinda bums me out to think about that. Thank you guys for any insight on this.
Anonymous asked

theartoftransliness:

Adrian: I hope this doesn’t sound like a broken record, because we say this a lot - but much of what happens to your body as you take hormones is dependent on your genetics. Things such as hair growth, voice deepening, hair line changes, those things are really controlled by your genetics. Other things such as fat redisposition and muscle development are things that are more within our control. We can manipulate the latter things to more quickly masculinize our bodies by our eating and exercise habits. It’s important to remember that testosterone is not a miracle drug, and everyone responds to it differently.

In terms of the mechanics behind it - it’s all open to debate. It could be that your bode metabolizes the testosterone less quickly, it could be that your body doesn’t convert much of your free and bound testosterone into di-hydrotestosterone, it could be that you don’t have as many testosterone receptors, it could be that you have something that’s competing with testosterone to be bound to your receptors, it could be that the mechanisms by which testosterone travels through your blood stream is less efficient, it could be that your body is more efficient at removing testosterone from your blood stream before it reaches its target tissues and is excreted from your body…I mean for real it could be anything.

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7PM GROUP TONIGHT BE THERE OR BE SQUARE AT YOUTH IN NEED IN ST. CHARLES.

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Youth Leadership Council (YLC) Application

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Have a #GrAmYo morning #goodmorningSTL

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Thank you #goodmorningSTL for making my #GrAmYo morning a little less stressful. HAVE YOUR SELF A #GRAMYO2014 MORNING

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Time for our 10th Annual Summer Prom.  Saturday August 9th at City Museum.  $10 attend.  Scholarships available.  Amazing time. Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/276335572554450

Posted 2 days ago

True words