Leg Razor

posted October 10th, 2015, 2:01 am


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October 25th, 2014, 2:47 am

GreenKrog

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Blegh, years of laser and several electrolysis sessions, and I still have to shave my face twice a week (for feel, not for visibility). And yeah, I use the same razor for my legs and my face. Whatever Annie is doing sh- hold on, is she dry shaving? Dammit Annie! Get some cream or foam or something! No wonder you get all red and cut up! Are you kidding me?

It hasn't come up before, but yup! Cindi Moises is Jewish. By religion or by parents, I couldn't tell you. But she is happy about it! That thingy on the wall under the star of David is a family tree. And I don't know how to make family trees.
Also, Cindi Moises is CLEARLY a morning person. Ugh.

Wonder what religion everyone in the WF universe is? I know what they are! What FAITH are everyone in WF? Now that is a much more interesting question.

Annie is going to be on Youtube? In what capacity? My guess: In the Katy Perry "Last Friday Night" style. Probably not in the 'hey look at the teen tranny' style. She might have gotten a little loose and crazy, but I don't think even Annie would go THAT off the rails.

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October 10th, 2015, 3:52 am

Yan Mouson

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So, this is why it's probably best to tell your friends about your massive secrets. Far be it from me to tell people how to live their lives, and I do respect trans people who choose to remain stealth, but at some point it's got to be more convenient if your friends know. Not only will this avoid the endless series of awkward moments that Annie's life has turned into lately, your friends can also help cover for you so you don't get outed to everyone else. That's why I think it might be good for Annie to figure out who she can trust and tell those people.

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Interesting that you'd bring up religion and faith as separate concepts. Where I live, satistics show that the population is overwhelming Catholic... and yet when I look at the people around me, that can't possibly be right. The vast majority of the people I encounter are either atheists, agnostic or simply non-practicing. Here people are going to give you weird looks if you start talking about God and Jesus, because the idea that the Bible is a work of fiction seems to be commonly understood.

I'm an atheist, yet officially I'm pretty sure I'm counted as Catholic due to being baptized, and judging by the improbable ratio of 83% Catholic to 5% no religious affiliation, I'm also pretty sure that's the case for a lot of people.

We've got people who are officially considered Catholic and take part in all Catholic rites not because they believe any of it, but because it's tradition. I don't know of a single person who goes to church more than once a year at Christmas. That's a pretty major case of dissonance between religion and faith.

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October 12th, 2015, 7:41 am

Chrissy (Guest)

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@Yan Mouson:

Every time I've seen those type of statistics, Non-practicing is typically included in whatever religion a person may have previously identified with/practiced. I usually list Catholic even though I'm non-practicing, and generally agnostic. Sometimes certain religions are named by people because it's less confrontational to name the religion that used to be practiced than to say you don't practice religion.

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October 10th, 2015, 10:02 am

Erin (Guest)

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OH MY GOD ANNIE GOT DRUNK AND CUT OFF HER HANDS- oh never mind there they are.

This was actually my first reaction.

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October 10th, 2015, 11:34 pm

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@Erin: Sorry I can't be a better artist.

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October 11th, 2015, 1:29 am

Yan Mouson

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@GreenKrog: No, Krog, that's not how you do things! You're supposed to say "Yeah, I totally meant to do that. Gotcha good, rigth?"

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October 11th, 2015, 11:39 am

Steph (Guest)

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Greenkrog, your artwork is fine. I admire your posting something every day and a lot of Annie's life parallels our own. I find she has many of the same triggers as I do, so it gives me a sense of hope when I see her overcoming obstacles to become who she really is inside.

Face hairs? Ugh... even after a half dozen laser sessions and almost three years of (mostly) bi-weekly hour-long electrolysis sessions, I still fight with those awful face hairs. The laser did pretty overall on the dark hairs, but way too many didn't respond to laser, so... yeah... lots of fun with irritated skin and swollen skin.

It's worth it, but geez.....

Thankfully, my body hair is almost nil now and shaving my legs isn't something I need to do too often.

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June 9th, 2017, 1:06 pm

sunspark

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I did this insane thing to get rid of my (horribly thick) facial hair. See, I was a teacher, and I simply couldn't be growing out a beard every few weeks for electro sessions, so it had to be taken care of *efficiently*.

I found this place in Dallas (don't know if it still exists) run by a genderqueer dentist. They shot your face up with novocaine, numbing it so that multiple technicians could work simultaneously with the electro machines turned up all the way. (I'm talking ELECTRO, not LASER.) Consider a 1-10 scale: without the numbing, you couldn't handle more than 3 or 4. With it, you get 10. The result? An area's growth that usually requires perhaps three or four visits to clear completely is totally cleared the very first time. Because hair grows in cycles and isn't all present at once, I needed to do this twice more: a week the first time, four days the second, two days the third. Then I was done: no more electro. Only an occasional random hair to tweeze over the years...

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