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Transitiegids (A guide to transition, Dutch version)

Als u net begonnen bent of aan het plannen bent om te beginnen met de transitie, lees dan de volgende pagina’s. Deze pagina’s zijn maar een gids, en het is belangrijk om te onthouden dat iedereen een andere ervaring zal hebben. Er zijn geen vaste regels voor wat het beste voor u zult werken, maar deze gids kan in ieder geval helpen.

Algemene Informatie

  • Basis Info over Hormonen
  • Hormonen: Broodjeaapverhalen
  • Het Veranderen van Uw Naam
  • Winkels
  • Transitie
  • M-V tips voor aanpassen
  • V-M tips voor aanpassen
  • Uit de kast komen, ouders vertellen

Transitie verhalen

  • Transitie Ftmichael
  • Transitie Zoe Robinson

Kleren en make-up

  • Kleren Gids
  • Makeup

Spraak en lichaamstaal

Without adequate work on how you speak and how you present yourself, depending on how well you pass physically and where in the world you are, passing may be more difficult for you. This sounds harsh but look at it from the point of view of the average person in the street: you see someone who looks just like everyone around them but the way they move makes them stand out and when they speak, their voice shatters your expectations. Transmen get a helping hand with their voices because of the effects of testosterone on the larynx but word use and mannerisms are just as important as pitch and bass when it comes to passing.

Most people will not go ‘oh my god, that person’s a transsexual!’ because it doesn’t occur to them that Trans people actually walk down the street and live their lives among the rest of society. They may think that you’re gay or simply that you’re odd.

Looking at how people of your age and gender speak, act, position themselves and use all other aspects of body language will help greatly in achieving a successful transition.

  • See: Speech therapy

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