Debunking Facial Hair Myths Tips for FTM Transgender Guys

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Facial hair and manliness go hand in hand. It is therefore important for FTM transgender guys to know the nuts and bolts dealing with facial hair and shaving if they want to embrace masculinity. If you are an FTM transgender guy who has started hormone replacement therapy, you might be wondering if you will be able to grow facial hair. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee you would be able to grow it, even if you have started hormone replacement therapy, because facial hair growth is largely based on genetics. If your genetics do not favor facial hair, then you might not be able to grow a beard.

There are some indications that might give you a better picture of whether or not you would be lucky enough to grow a beard. For example, if your dad or uncles have a beard, then your chances of growing one during/after your hormone replacement therapy is higher.

Can Facial Hair Products Help You Grow a Beard?

Many FTM transgender guys would do anything to grow a beard. Unfortunately, many of them are convinced that products like Minoxidil can play a significant role in helping them grow one. However, the truth is that no product can help you grow a beard. As mentioned earlier, genetics is the primary factor that determines hair growth. Therefore, do not invest your money in costly products that blatantly promise to grow a beard overnight. All you need to grow a beard is the right genetics, hormone replacement therapy, and some patience.

Does Shaving Promote Beard Growth?

FTM Transgender GuysThere are several myths that surround facial hair growth. Unfortunately, both cis men and FTM transgender guys swallow some of these myths hook, line, and sinker. One of these myths is that shaving promotes beard growth. The truth of the matter is that it does not, and there has not been a single piece of research that has shown this. Shaving will neither help you grow facial hair nor help your facial hair become thicker.

Does Taking More Testosterone Boost Facial Hair Growth?

Some myths that surround facial hair growth are dangerous and can adversely affect the body. A good example of such a myth is that taking more testosterone can help boost your chances of growing facial hair. While testosterone will make you experience a second puberty, making you grow facial hair, it cannot help you grow facial hair if your genetics do not favor it. Therefore, never make the mistake of taking more testosterone in order to boost facial hair growth. Only take the prescribed amount, as taking more than that might have harmful effects on your body.

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Packing Tips for FTM Transgender Men

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As a FTM transgender guy, how you feel is equally as important as how you look. Therefore, it is important not only to project a male image but also to feel comfortable in your own skin. One of the places that FTM transgender men have a problem when it comes to feeling like a man is in their nether regions. Given that they have neither a male-looking nor a male-feeling crotch, feeling truly manly can pose some challenges. Luckily, all this can be remedied thanks to packing. In fact, packing is crucial for those who have not undergone a sex reassignment surgery.

Packing, for the uninitiated, is the art of creating a male-looking and male-feeling bulge in the crotch. Packing is essential for FTM transgender guys because it offers them a realistic bulge like that of a regular guy. Some of the terms that are used to refer to a packing device include packy, packer, and STP packer. STP packers are particularly beneficial because you can use them to pee while standing like a man.

It is worth mentioning that not all trans men pack. Some say that packing is too hot or sticky, leading to an uncomfortable feeling. If you find that packing is uncomfortable, you don’t have to do it. Additionally, others do not pack simply because they find it unnecessary.

Occasions that May Warrant Packing

Packing can be particularly advantageous in some specific situations. Even if you don’t like packing, wearing one during these occasions can significantly help you project a strong male image. Many of the occasions that may require you to wear a packing device include times where your crotch area is exposed, such as while swimming. Additionally, if you are the daring type who likes to wear tight fitting pants, packing would be handy because it would help you create a male-looking bulge.

Hard Packing and Soft Packing

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As an FTM transgender men, it is important to understand some of the terms that go with packing. Specifically, you must know how to distinguish between hard packing and soft packing. Packing hard can be defined as the act of wearing a dildo or another prosthetic device that is usually erect. Hard packing is usually done for the purpose of sexual enjoyment. Given that men don’t usually walk about with erect phalluses, it would probably be best to leave hard packing for the bedroom. On the other hand, soft packing simply refers to wearing a packing device simply to create the illusion of a flaccid phallus.

In conclusion, if you are packing for the first time, it would be a good idea to do some research on the products and styles available so that you can create a convincing look with your packing device. Researching online will give you plenty of examples to emulate and teach you how the male scrotum sits under underwear.

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