I Want a Female Body
Okay, you’re a biological male, born with a male body, but you’re regularly looking at yourself in the mirror and saying, “I want a female body.”
Here at NatureDay some of our customers are in your position, so we understand a bit about where you’re coming from. We can sympathize with many of the challenges you’re facing, and understand how tempting it can be to pay large amounts for body feminization procedures – facial surgeries/reconstructions, liposuction, butt implants, breast augmentation, and the list goes on.
It’s a tough spot to be in, and we’re not going to pretend we know the right answer.
However, we’re huge supporters of natural food and herbal-based treatments in combination with a balanced diet and specialized approach to body conditioning.
With all that said, here’s a question.
Who Defines Your Femininity?
Of course you’ve considered this, and maybe it doesn’t rock your psychological world, but let’s go through this together for a moment. Do you really need the contours of Marilyn Monroe to be feminine? Do you have to be skinny, curvaceous or voluptuous? Do you have to talk or walk a certain way?
Fundamentally, do you need to dramatically alter your appearance to…
- Improve self-image?
- Boost self-esteem?
- Build congruence between your appearance and how you feel?
- Blend into society better as a woman?
Fundamentally, do you agree with this statement from a 2016 Hippocratic Post, “Sculpting the Transgender Body” when they say,
“Psychologically, transgender people need to fit in with their gender identity. Hormone replacement therapy which can limit the growth of facial hair and encourage breast budding, can only do so much. You can’t get rid of a prominent Adam’s apple by taking estrogen. The feminine waist to hip ratio isn’t going to happen unless fat is removed from the waist and repositioned on the hips.”
Of course to a certain degree, if you agree with outdated notions of sexual identities, this is true. But how much of these images are projected, or even bombarded upon transgender people to convince them that the only way to be feminine is to shell out tons of cash and take tremendous health risks?
What about Gender Dysphoria?
If we turn to this Gender Dysphoria Guide for definitions, as quoted,
“The World Health Organization defines Sex as the biological and physiological characteristics that define men and women. Gender refers to the socially constructed roles, behaviors, activities, and attributes that a given society considers appropriate for men and women.”
Wait a minute – socially constructed roles, behaviors, activities, and attributes a given society considers appropriate…so then doesn’t this mean it’s up to YOU how feminine you are? Isn’t it YOU who decides what defines this femininity?
And let’s be clear,
“It’s not yet known what causes gender dysphoria.”
That’s because it could be argued it’s all a made-up ploy to push expensive medical procedures (not to mention pharmaceuticals). We just want to present this argument to you to get you thinking and considering all-natural methods first before diving into far more serious approaches.
Honestly, just look at the potential complications and Risks of Facial Surgery alone, not to mention all the many other feminization procedures:
- Serious Infections & Scarring
Again, all we’re setting out to do here is get you to consider safer, less invasive, and all-natural approaches to adding some femininity to your body before making potentially irreversible decisions. If you’re interested, check out our breast cream and browse our thousands of Male Breast Reviews (with text and images).