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About transfemmefeedee

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    On The First Rung
  • Location Philadelphia, PA, USA

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    5' 6" (168cm)

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  1. Always be transparent. 100% Also, I think you mean feedee and/or gainer.
  2. What everyone should be listening to ^ Watch the video. You won't regret it.
  3. THIS^ 🀩

  4. She's in the finals! I'm so excited. I'm really hoping to see a fat girl as champion!
  5. Looky looky what I got! 🍭🍫 🍬
    Too many calories to even count!Β πŸ˜‹


  6. Also, is this the article you're talking about? https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/13/opinion/sunday/childhood-obesity-health.html?auth=link-dismiss-google1tap I don't find her position too extreme. She's criticizing these campaigns for having little to do with health. Their primary drive is to induce weight loss as if its a panacea to poor health, akin to when fat adults visit their doctor for health issues completely unrelated to their size but their doctor just tells them to lose weight. Her argument is more about shifting to being pro-health rather than anti-fat.
  7. How controversial is the article, I'm curious? The war on obesity has been pretty absurd through and through. In most cases, attempts to pressure and push fat children to be thin have completely backfired, most often by creating a longterm cycle of dieting that damages their metabolism. Weight, imo, is also fairly irrelevant, and I can't think of any reason why children should be weighed at school. Unless you're overdoing it, there isn't anyone out there who seriously claims that exercise is harmful. It's generally pretty great for you. If you're forcing it on kids as an act of discipline, though, don't expect great results. It's better to show them how it can be an enjoyable part of life. Lastly, when it comes to nutrition and diet: parents should focus on nourishing their children and making sure they're eating an abundance of healthful foods. It's a parent's right to run a no junk food, no sugar house. It's not what I would do personally. I grew up eating regular healthy meals, but I also wasn't restricted from sweets, junk and fast food. I grew up without any major disordered eating as well as indulged in fattening foods while nonetheless remaining healthy and slim. Sure I'm gaining weight now... but that's through intention. πŸ˜‰ Without reading her article, I can't say if I find her positions too extreme. They may not necessarily be so. I should note, however, that I don't have children nor have any direct responsibility for children, so this topic is pretty far removed from my life.
  8. Lucked out! I happen to have changing room pictures from the day I bought those jeans! This was in August of 2019, when I was around 145 lbs, give or take a couple. These are from October of 2019, maybe slighter heavier than when I first got them. There's about a 15 lb difference between these pictures and the first set I posted. Hopefully I can find some photos from when I was at my thinnest (130).
  9. lets hope that booty just blows up...show us some progression over time while your gaining too see how big that ass will get!!

    1. transfemmefeedee


      Let's hope it does! Been too lazy to get off it lately to do my squats or bike but I'll get back there... and won't stop eating when I do.

    2. romeos92


      that's what i wanna hear...GROW BOOTY GROW😍

  10. Heyy, appreciate the love on my status, love that you're from Philadelphia PA, that's where I was born & raised 😁

    1. MaybeALittleSquidgy


      On the playground spending most of your days... LOL! (Couldn't resist a Fresh Prince drop on that one :)Β )

    2. HungrylilKitty


      @MaybeALittleSquidgy LOL! whenever I say that to someone I hear that song in my head too lol πŸ˜…πŸ˜‹

    3. transfemmefeedee


      Of course! I'm not a native but I've come to love Philly as my new home. The city had such great vibes this weekend- like one giant party!

  11. Felt cuteΒ πŸ₯°

    Plus my lunch today - she loves to eat my food! 🐱



  12. Thank you! I'll see what I can find!
  13. Hey all, I've gained 30 pounds in the last couple of years, the first 15 unintentional and the second 15 a result of COVID quarantine laziness and indulgence. More recently, I've begun to let go of restraint and have been making quite a pig of myself. Since I'm likely going to keep getting bigger, I figured I should share my journey with y'all! I'm nervous about gaining, especially as I don't have the greatest health as is, but it's something I've fantasized about since I was young and don't think I'll ever feel fully satisfied and content if I don't give it a go! Here are some photos I took wearing clothes I bought last year - the jeans are torn at the upper thigh 😳.
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