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  1. Impact of VR on life

    People have always wanted to master their environment, to extend our agency. We want our hands to be able to do more; that’s why we have hammers.

    VR allows us to go beyond the limitations of physical tools to do anything that can be computed. If you want to create a two-mile high tower made out of toothpicks, you can do it.

    I think VR porn will probably be good to relationships and to women in particular but it depends on the person and relationship it self. It might be distasteful to point it out, but a lot of men spend a lot of money on relationships in order to make women happy. The reason they do this is sex. Sex is how a lot of women derive their power in relationships.

    VR porn won’t completely replace sex. Men still want the relationship and for a person to be ‘there’. But all the same, I’d argue that there are a lot of men out there who are on the fence about getting a girlfriend (myself included). In one hand, I like the intimacy, sex, and companionship. But on the other hand, relationships can be expensive, inefficient, and often a real pain. So if you’re on the fence about it in the first place, and then an amazing substitute good comes along, it can tip the balance in a dangerous direction for many, many men.

    I think there will always be girlfriends. But in order for women to keep their men, they’re going to have to step up their game.

    There are cultures, such as in Japan and Italy, where it’s often accepted by the spouse that the man is going to have a mistress. But she doesn’t mind, as long as he remains a reliable head of the household. Similarly, we may see a social shift where women simply accept that their husbands are having sex with ultra-realistic simulations whose beauty she’ll never compare with. I don’t know. But it’s sure going to be fun and interesting watching it all unfold.

    Health and safety

    There are many health and safety considerations of virtual reality. A number of unwanted symptoms have been caused by prolonged use of virtual reality, and these may have slowed proliferation of the technology. Most virtual reality systems come with consumer warnings, including: seizures; developmental issues in children; trip-and-fall and collision warnings; discomfort; repetitive stress injury; and interference with medical devices. Some users may experience twitches, seizures or blackouts while using VR headsets, even if they do not have a history of epilepsy and have never had blackouts or seizures before. As many as one in 4000 people may experience these symptoms. Since these symptoms are more common among people under the age of 20, children are advised against using VR headsets. Other problems may occur in physical interactions with one’s environment. While wearing VR headsets, people quickly lose awareness of their real-world surroundings and may injure themselves by tripping over, or colliding with real-world objects.

    VR headsets may regularly cause eye fatigue, as does all screened technology, because people tend to blink less when watching screens, causing their eyes to become more dried out. There have been some concerns about VR headsets contributing to myopia, but although VR headsets sit close to the eyes, they may not necessarily contribute to nearsightedness if the focal length of the image being displayed is sufficiently far away.

    Virtual reality sickness (also known as cybersickness) occurs when a person’s exposure to a virtual environment causes symptoms that are similar to motion sickness symptoms. The most common symptoms are general discomfort, headache, stomach awareness, nausea, vomiting, pallor, sweating, fatigue, drowsiness, disorientation, and apathy. For example, in 1995, Nintendo released a gaming console known as the Virtual Boy. Worn as a headpiece and connected to a typical controller, the Virtual Boy received much criticism for its negative physical effects, including “dizziness, nausea, and headaches”. These motion sickness symptoms are caused by a disconnect between what is being seen and what the rest of the body perceives. When the vestibular system, the body’s internal balancing system, does not experience the motion that it expects from visual input through the eyes, the user may experience VR sickness. This can also happen if the VR system does not have a high enough frame rate, or if there is a lag between the body’s movement and the onscreen visual reaction to it. Because approximately 25–40% of people experience some kind of VR sickness when using VR machines, companies are actively looking for ways to reduce VR sickness.

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  2. Impact of VR on life

    People have always wanted to master their environment, to extend our agency. We want our hands to be able to do more; that's why we have hammers.

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    VR allows us to go beyond the limitations of physical tools to do anything that can be computed. If you want to create a two-mile high tower made out of toothpicks, you can do it.

    I think VR porn will probably be good to relationships and to women in particular but it depends on the person and relationship it self. It might be distasteful to point it out, but a lot of men spend a lot of money on relationships in order to make women happy. The reason they do this is sex. Sex is how a lot of women derive their power in relationships.

    VR porn won't completely replace sex. Men still want the relationship and for a person to be 'there'. But all the same, I'd argue that there are a lot of men out there who are on the fence about getting a girlfriend (myself included). In one hand, I like the intimacy, sex, and companionship. But on the other hand, relationships can be expensive, inefficient, and often a real pain. So if you're on the fence about it in the first place, and then an amazing substitute good comes along, it can tip the balance in a dangerous direction for many, many men.
    I think there will always be girlfriends. But in order for women to keep their men, they're going to have to step up their game.

    There are cultures, such as in Japan and Italy, where it's often accepted by the spouse that the man is going to have a mistress. But she doesn't mind, as long as he remains a reliable head of the household. Similarly, we may see a social shift where women simply accept that their husbands are having sex with ultra-realistic simulations whose beauty she'll never compare with. I don't know. But it's sure going to be fun and interesting watching it all unfold.
  3. It’s totally normal to masturbate (touch yourself for sexual pleasure) whether you’re sexually active with other people or not. Masturbation even has health benefits, like reducing stress.

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    Do most people masturbate?

    Lots of people masturbate! Even if they don't talk about it, it’s common for people of any gender or age to do it. Even before puberty, children sometimes discover that touching their genitals feels good. If you have kids and notice them touching their genitals, let them know that masturbating is completely normal, but something they should do in private.

    People masturbate for different reasons — it helps them relax, they want to understand their body better, they want to release sexual tension, or their partner isn’t around. But most people masturbate because it feels good. Many people think that masturbation is only something you do when you don’t have a sex partner. But both single people and people in relationships masturbate.

    Some people masturbate often, others rarely, and some people don’t masturbate at all, some look for inspiration on porn sites like uporn. Different people masturbate in different ways, for different reasons. Masturbation is a totally personal decision, and there’s no “normal” way to go about it.


    Is masturbation healthy?

    You may have heard some crazy things about masturbation being bad for you, like it makes you grow hair in weird places; it causes infertility; it shrinks your genitals; or once you start masturbating you’ll become addicted to it. None of that’s true. Masturbation isn’t unhealthy or bad for you at all. Masturbation can actually be good for your health, both mentally and physically. And it’s pretty much the safest sex out there — there’s no risk of getting pregnant or getting an STD.

    When you have an orgasm, your body releases endorphins, which are hormones that block pain and make you feel good. The good feelings that accompany an orgasm happen whether you’re by yourself or having sex with a partner.

    Plenty of research has shown the health benefits of masturbation. Masturbation can:

    • release sexual tension
    • reduce stress
    • help you sleep better
    • improve your self-esteem and body image
    • help treat sexual problems
    • relieve menstrual cramps and muscle tension
    • strengthen muscle tone in your pelvic and anal areas

    Masturbation also helps you figure out what you like sexually. Where do you want to be touched? How much pressure feels good? How fast or slow? Learning how to have orgasms on your own can make it easier to have one with a partner, because you can tell or show them what feels good. And when you’re comfortable with sex, your body, and talking to your partner, you’re more likely to feel comfortable protecting yourself against STDs and pregnancy.


    How much masturbation is too much?

    Some people masturbate often — every day, or even more than once a day. Some people masturbate closer to once a week, once every few weeks, or every now and then. Some people never masturbate, and that’s fine too. All of these are perfectly normal.

    Masturbation only becomes “too much” if it gets in the way of your job, your responsibilities, or your social life. If that’s a problem for you, you may want to talk to a counselor or therapist.

    Some people learn when they’re young that masturbating is wrong or bad, so they feel guilty about doing it. If you feel that way, try to remember that most people masturbate. It’s perfectly normal, and there’s nothing wrong with it. Talking to a counselor or therapist may help if you have trouble getting over guilty feelings.


    Is it OK to masturbate if you’re in a relationship?

    Definitely. Lots of people in relationships masturbate. Masturbating when you’re in a relationship doesn’t mean your partner isn’t satisfying you. It’s a great way to figure out what you like and what makes you have an orgasm. Then you can show or tell your partner what feels good. Talking about sex with your partner can make it more fun and can even make your relationship stronger. Some people masturbate at the same time as their partner. It’s a way to be sexual together without having any risk of STDs or pregnancy.
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    Any serious pornoholic has definitely at least heard of the tube site known as xHamster.com. Most of you, I’m willing to wager, have fapped to it on more than one occasion. For some of you, it might even be your go-to porn tube site. And, if that is the case, you are certainly not alone. In fact, there are 10 million others who fap to xHamster frequently enough to be registered users. After Xvideos and Porn Hub, it is the third most popular pornographic site on the internet today.

    Headquartered in Limassol, Cyprus, xHamster was founded in 2007 by Alex Hawkings. The minds behind the site wanted to do something different from what they were seeing most porno sites doing at the time. Coming off of the peak popularity of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, xHamsters founders set out to create a site that was equal parts porn tube and xxx social media site.

    A spokesperson for the site said of xHamster’s intentions that the site was meant for "people who wanted to chat, exchange erotic pics and share amateur videos ... to find mutual friends online and maybe discover partners interested in intimate relationships." I think it is fair to say that x Hamster has done a bang-up job of providing the platform that they set out to provide, as it has become a cornucopia of amateur and homemade user-uploaded content.

    As far as the “discover partners interested in intimate relationships” part is concerned, though, I cannot speak to. I have never felt the need to resort to a porn site to find my “intimate relationships,” but I am very curious to know if anyone’s ever had any luck with that aspect of the site.

    The People’s Porn Network

    Along with so much user-uploaded content, though, controversy is bound to come sooner or later. With the number of people out there in the world who are sick fucks—not sick fucks who spend all day fapping in their mothers’ basements the way you are a sick fuck, I’m talking real, clinically ill sick fucks—a site like xHamster that allows its users to upload basically whatever they want was bound to become inundated with illegal and fucked up content. xHamster has not struggled in keeping up with the shifting social tides and establishing a sense of moral duty, though.

    In April of 2016, for example, North Carolina enacted laws that said its counties and cities were allowed to openly discriminate against members of the LGBT community. In response to this, xHamster blocked their site from any users with an IP address based in North Carolina. You might also recall hearing about the People V. Turner sexual assault case.

    To help combat the growing prominence of rape culture in America, xHamster banned all videos involving rape, including those which featured the fucking of unconscious partners. Their social and political involvements don’t stop there, though.

    One of my personal favorite political statements that they made came in response to the 2016 Democratic National Committee email leak, when they offered Debbie Wasserman Shultz $50,000 to star in a porno opposite a Bernie Sanders lookalike. You know, since she already fucked him out of the election. Ah, if that isn’t fucking gold, I don’t know what is.

    The Site Itself

    Obviously, xHamster has made quite a name for themselves in their relatively short period of time as a xxx social media/porn tube. But does the site itself hold up to all the hype? Well, let’s take a look. From the moment you arrive at xHamster’s home page, it is hard not to be impressed by how clean and easy to navigate the web design is. With videos broken into two simple and distinct categories: hot porn videos and newest porn videos. You can also easily filter by best instead of newest and by length (which is a great feature, considering homemade videos, for some reason, tend to be significantly shorter in length).

    To your left, you can easily filter search results by category, channel, or porn star by simply clicking on it. You can also combine tags together with one click—a great feature that, somehow, is glaringly missing from a lot of tube sites that I’ve browsed. Their professional studio content appears right alongside their teeming archive of homemade content, unless you specify otherwise. You can also conveniently filter the videos so that you only see straight, gay, or shemale videos. If you don’t discriminate at all in your hedonism, however, you can always activate all three.

    The most annoying thing that they added was a hardcoded watermark on top of the videos. It sometimes really messes with your fap experience, when you're about to see a guy jizz on a chick's face and then...BOOM! That damn watermark "this video has been uploaded to xHamster" appears on the chick's face like a motherfucking cockblocker! Seriously, whoever thought it was a good idea deserves a kick in the balls!

    As far as xHamster’s social media components are concerned, you have all the usual community-oriented features that you’d be used to on other similar sites (such as Porn Hub)—you can comment on/rate videos, add videos to your favorites, upload videos/pictures, and message users directly. One thing that really sets xHamster apart from the others, though, is that, when you click on their tab labeled “dating,” you are not brought to some sketchy third-party scam “get laid tonight” site; they actually allow you to search and interact with other users to try and score dates. Refreshing, right?

    From here, you can filter search results by gender (including trans, genderqueer, and intersex individuals), sexual orientation (everything from hetero, to pansexual, to asexual), age, country, state, and city. User profiles include a short bio, photos, and videos (if they have any), the ability to friend request, subscribe, and send messages.

    The only downside to this is that, and this might be expected, the pickings are pretty slim. I searched for females of any sexual orientation and age range, for example, in the state of New York, and only returned 42 profiles. Compare this to 423 men in New York, and you can start to get an idea of how fucked up the ratio is.

    A Little Something for Everyone

    In addition to the millions of videos and photos available to you for free on xHamster, they also have thousands upon thousands of pages worth of user-created erotic stories to choose from if that’s your thing. Read the erotica of others, write and upload your own, and comment on stories to spark discussion. It is nice to see xHamster doing so much that sets them apart from their competitors.

    Maybe amateur porn is not your cup of tea and you’re sick of only being able to watch clips and excerpts from premium videos. Well, xHamster has you covered there as well. They also offer xHamster Premium, which allows you to purchase full-length premium content, one video at a time. This is a great option for anyone who doesn’t want to commit to a monthly membership fee for a set length of time (usually takes a one-year commitment for most premium paysites), but also wants to enjoy a full-length premium porno film from time to time. Feel free to sign up and purchase as many or as few videos as you wish.

    Combine all of these features I’ve already mentioned with the fact that xHamster also runs their very own cam site (yes, some of the models are also searchable on their dating page), and you have a behemoth of a porn community with endless amounts of content, the possibility to meet and fuck the girl of your dreams, and the ability to purchase premium videos one at a time. There are truly no other sites like it out there today.

    If you are sick of your porn tube being merely a vessel for you to fap through and are ready to take on a bit of a more active role in your porno viewing life, I would definitely recommend giving xHamster a shot. It is completely free to sign up as a member (and even if you don’t you have access to all of their content anyway, save for the social media aspects). I encourage you to register and try your luck at hitting up some of the pornoholic women in your area.

    Or, if you’re feeling especially daring, upload some of your own content. Just please make sure you’re uploading quality content. No more of these 10 second videos of bedsheets rustling under your humping because you’re too stupid to aim a fucking video camera. If you are going to try your hand at amateur pornography, at least have the decency to give us something worth fapping to.

    All in all, xHamster (often misspelled as "xhampster", "xhanster", "xhamester", "exhamster", xhamsters", "xhams", "xhmaster", "x-hamster", "xhamter" or "hamsterx") is a well-designed site with tons of content that allows you to interact with the world of porn like never before. Chances are you could spend hours on this site and never even notice time passing. There is just so much to do there. On that note, I think it is time for me to go browse some more homemade videos. Maybe I’ll even hit up some of these hotties from my state and see what happens. Happy fapping, fuckwads!
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  5. It was early in the morning when i get hot and start attacking my wife to have sex with her but she was crying in start and after that she was enjoy.

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  6. Some unsolicited advice for the internet porn connoisseur: The best porn sites are not always the free porn sites. Odds are, if you’re seeking smut for the low cost of $0, you’re going to come across a lot of unreliable, buggy, ad-filled content. Though it’s worth noting that you’ll likely find better, safer, more ethical porn of you pay for it, there are still a ton of excellent free porn sites to choose from. Rather than spend hours vetting the entire internet, we put together our top 10 free porn sites of 2018.

    Sure, the most popular sites aren’t necessarily the best. But whether you’re prioritizing computer-safe porn, amateur video, or diverse categories, these sites should keep you occupied and keep your budget in mind.

    The top free porn sites of 2018
    1) Pornhub
    Best for: Wide selection, diversity, amateur content

    Pornhub is one of the best porn sites and has an extensive list of different categories, including live cams and VR Porn to choose from. The popular tube site also started an amateur payment program, which rewards its homegrown talent like Jenny Blighe who post original videos and photos.

    The site even has a new Sexual Wellness Center that was launched in early February 2017. The center features information on anatomy and STIs, reproductive health, sex explainers, and talks about what consent really means.

    2) Reddit
    One way to avoid unsafe sites is to join a sex-positive community, which Reddit is running rampant with. Featuring the best collection of amateur porn, porn GIFs, models, classic clips, and curated content online, NSFW Reddit is a totally free treasure trove of porn subreddits for explorers willing to put in discovery time. To be safe stick to content that is hosted on Reddit, Imgur, or Erome and avoid outside links. There’s more porn than you could ever look at on Reddit, there’s no reason to click through to an unknown site. Check out our Reddit NSFW list if you need some help getting started.

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    3) Chaturbate
    Of all the sites on this list, Chaturbate often features the most amateurs. While some of their models have built a large and loyal following, there are always new people joining to try their hand at camming. Models of all shapes, colors, and identities have a space on Chaturbate, and the number of genuine, average couples that show up to cam is strangely heartwarming.

    4) HomeMoviesTube
    Best for: Amateur and homemade content, real couples

    HomeMoviesTube is one of the premier amateur sites, featuring low-quality video filmed by real people and a lot of IRL couples documenting their escapades. Categories are pretty standard, featuring more than 30 channels you can sift through to find exactly what you’re interested in.

    5) Porn.com
    Best for: Free HD videos, VR porn

    This top porn site lands the top list due to its extensive list of different categories to indulge in. It’s one of the heavyweights of the industry, with over 114,000 videos available, including HD porn videos, VR porn, and full-length movies. Porn.com also has channels for popular production studios like Evil Angel, Bang Bros, and Brazzers. Also, as a nice gesture, Porn.com bought a website last year that only features clowns having sex, otherwise known as clown porn. So if you’ve always dreamed of facing an erotic fear, this might be the free porn site for you.

    6) MyFreeCams
    Best for: Live cams, live chat, round-the-clock streaming

    Founded in 2002, MyFreeCams is one of the oldest live cam sites around. They have thousands of models around the world, so no matter what time of day you log on someone will be working. Name recognition has helped the company, leading to a steady stream of new models alongside experienced veterans. At any point in time, there are at least 1,000 models online in open rooms. It’s up to you to pay your dues to see what you want and tip accordingly — though you can technically get away with paying nothing (or very little) and still watching a full, intimate show.

    7) xHamster
    Best for: Cultural commentary, social network, original series

    The somewhat controversial xHamster is unique in that it also tries to connect users like any other social media network — except it’s full of free porn. Not all the videos on xHamster are free, but with some digging, you can find some gems for little to no cost.

    8) ePorner
    Best for: Huge library, hardcore categories, HD clips

    A straightforward and organized site, ePorner is a fast and simple path to find the perfect video when you need it. The porn site specializes in “low-quality” and “hardcore” porn. It features more than 900,000 uploads and has a long list of special categories.

    9) Redtube
    RedTube has a clean interface, making it easy to surf the site, and it’s regularly updated. Launched in 2007, RedTube’s archives include over 1 million videos of every imaginable stripe, as well as sexy photo galleries. Aside from being one of the best free porn sites, it boasts a built-in social network that it claims has over 3 million registered users, and it’s active on Instagram and Snapchat.

    10) Uporn.com
    Best for: Categories, original content, playlists

    The best destination for free Uporn videos that are updated daily and always streaming fast! We’re 100% convinced that fresh Uporn.com videos are filled with free teen porn or milf xxx action will keep you satisfied! For full member advantages, you can create an account and after that, you’ll be able to add the best videos to your Uporn favorites list, for example. It’s free and it takes seconds to complete! Always check out Uporn first for the best in erotic xxx adult streaming porn videos!
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    Transgender health care is the health related care of preventative medicine, physical health, and mental health that transgender people experience. The heightened levels of violence and abuse that transgender people experience result in unique adverse effects on bodily and mental health.

    Gender dysphoria is the sense of incongruity between a person’s sex and their gender and is a motivator in some transgender people’s decision to begin transitioning. However, health care for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals encompasses more than just transition related care; preventative care and sexual health are two aspects of transgender health care that are often overlooked.

    Additionally, transphobia in medicine has limited access to necessary health care for transgender people. The limited access applies to areas of physical health such as sexually transmitted infections and hormone replacement therapy, mental health, and preventative care.

    Various options are available for transgender people to pursue physical transition. There have been options for transitioning for transgender individuals since 1917. While many transgender people do elect to transition physically, every transgender person has different needs and, as such, there is no required transition plan. Preventative health care is a crucial part of transitioning and a primary care physician is recommended for transgender people who are transitioning.

    Hormone replacement therapy

    A transgender woman before and after two years of hormone replacement therapy.
    Main article: Hormone replacement therapy (transgender)
    Hormone replacement therapy is primarily concerned with alleviating gender dysphoria in transgender people. Regular monitoring by an endocrinologist is a strong recommendation to ensure the safety of the individual as they transition.

    Access to hormone replacement therapy has been shown to improve quality of life for people in the female-to-male community when compared to female-to-male people who do not have access to hormone replacement therapy. Despite the improvement in quality of life, there are still dangers with hormone replacement therapy, in particular with self-medication. An examination of the use of self-medication found that people who self-medicated were more likely to experience adverse health effects from preexisting conditions such as high blood pressure as well as slower development of desired secondary sex characteristics.

    Hormone therapy for transgender individuals has been shown in medical literature to be safe, when supervised by a qualified medical professional.

    Sex reassignment surgery
    Main article: Sex reassignment surgery
    Sex reassignment surgery, also known as gender reassignment surgery, has a goal of lessening dysphoria for transgender people, much like hormone replacement therapy. The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) Standards of Care recommend additional requirements for sex reassignment surgery when compared to hormone replacement therapy. Whereas hormone replacement therapy can be obtained through something as simple as an informed consent form, sex reassignment surgery can require a supporting letter from a licensed therapist (two letters for genital surgery such as vaginoplasty or phalloplasty), hormonal treatment, and (for genital surgery) completion of a 12-month period in which the person lives full-time as their gender. WPATH standards, while commonly used in gender clinics, are non-binding; many trans patients undergoing surgery do not meet all of the eligibility criteria.

    Preventative health care
    Preventative care for transgender people includes the monitoring of risk factors that are associated with hormone replacement therapy, such as prolactin levels in transgender women and polycythemia levels in transgender men.

    Despite the importance of preventative care, access to preventative care is significantly limited by several factors, including discrimination and erasure. A study on young transgender women’s access to HIV treatment found that one of the main contributors to not accessing care was the use of incorrect name and pronouns. A metaanalysis of the National Transgender Discrimination Survey examined respondents who used the “gender not listed here” option on the survey and their experiences with accessing health care. Over a third of the people who chose that option said that they had avoided accessing general care due to bias and fears of social repercussions.

    Mental health care
    Gender dysphoria
    Main article: Gender dysphoria
    Gender dysphoria is a well-documented occurrence, with references to it dating back to 1894. Gender dysphoria is currently classified as a mental illness in the DSM-5 and has been called “transsexualism” and “gender identity disorder” in past versions of the DSM. Gender dysphoria is a significant motivator in transgender people’s decisions to pursue transition.

    Mental illness
    Mental illness and gender dysphoria have been linked to each other. In a study on the comorbidity of gender dysphoria and other mental problems, roughly 30 percent of both male-to-female and female-to-male populations reported substance abuse problems related to their gender dysphoria.

    Rates of depression and anxiety in the transgender community are significantly higher than those found in the general population. The heightened rates are caused in part by lack of effective social support for transgender people, especially those pre-transition or early on in their transition. A 2003 study concluded that the heightened rate of depression and other mental illness among both transgender men and women may be caused in part due to minority stress.

    HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY

    Dr. Horowitz offers treatment to people both on a strictly consultative basis and as part of their comprehensive medical care with him as the primary internist. He also offers on line consultations to those who live far away and may have difficulty traveling to the Los Angeles area for gender related care. The Center For Transgender Medicine strives to give you the best possible outcomes from your hormone therapy through optimization of your hormone regimen and strict medical oversight to keep you safe. Dr. Horowitz recognizes the WPATH standards of care guidelines.

    FEMINIZING THERAPY

    Feminizing hormone therapy includes estrogen supplementation, testosterone suppression therapy and, in some cases, progesterone to enhance physical transition. The goals of treatment are breast development, feminized complexion, softening and feminizing of body contours. Dr. Horowitz uses oral, injectable, implantable and topical estrogen preparations that are customized to the individual’s needs.

    MASCULINIZING THERAPY

    Masculinizing hormone therapy helps to stop all menstrual activity, develop facial and body hair, lower the voice, and modify the body to a masculine shape. Testosterone is offered as injectable, implantable, or topical preparations according the patient’s needs and preference.
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