Fuck Yeah Binders!

ftmconfessions:

jesse-lamps:

I won’t need to use this anymore but just putting it out there for anyone who binds with Underworks binders

psa for anyone who’s money issues are tight.

ftmconfessions:

jesse-lamps:

I won’t need to use this anymore but just putting it out there for anyone who binds with Underworks binders

psa for anyone who’s money issues are tight.

(Source: , via madokaheart)

Binder Probz

r0ckadoodle:

  1. when someone catches you putting your binder on
  2. when you try putting on your binder after a shower and you’re still kind of wet
  3. people asking where your boobs went
  4. not getting the right size
  5. seeing the binder through your shirt
  6. SUMMER
  7. the constant doubt that your chest is lop-sided
  8. having to exersize with one on
  9. those terrifying seconds/minutes when your stuck half-way in your binder
  10. roll ups
  11. back pain

(Source: keintheoptimisticbeaver, via r0ckadoodle)

perririri:

Finally got my first ever binder

perririri:

Finally got my first ever binder

cgsodope:

I think I finally have the confidence to wear a tank top. Some of you might not understand why this simple thing might be so hard but for those that know and understand. This is a big step and I’m kinda happy with my journey.

cgsodope:

I think I finally have the confidence to wear a tank top. Some of you might not understand why this simple thing might be so hard but for those that know and understand. This is a big step and I’m kinda happy with my journey.

blackandyellowdoodles:

did a workout in the sho binder to see if it was suitable for exercise.
it is.
i wouldn’t want to do sustained cardio in my tri-top, but this first test seems to show that the sho could be alright.
i mean, it doesn’t compress as well, and i think it might be obvious i have breasts, but if i can breath while exercising that’s always good.
((while i recommend it, be aware of your own body and don’t do anything to hurt yourself!))

blackandyellowdoodles:

did a workout in the sho binder to see if it was suitable for exercise.

it is.

i wouldn’t want to do sustained cardio in my tri-top, but this first test seems to show that the sho could be alright.

i mean, it doesn’t compress as well, and i think it might be obvious i have breasts, but if i can breath while exercising that’s always good.

((while i recommend it, be aware of your own body and don’t do anything to hurt yourself!))

ukitai:

hey, ladies, gents and non-binary cuties. i bought my first binder and … i think it’s working quite well!! i’m on the cusp between an a or b cup, and i bought a size small. as asian sizing tends to run smaller, i recommend you measure yourself before purchasing. here’s the link… it’s less than five dollars, which includes shipping, and it works much better than a sports bra.

crazyideasfromaweirdperson:

So I think it’s pretty obvious my boobs aren’t the only thing my binder holds in..

I tried to get pics as close to same pose as possible, to show the best comparison. I’m not going to have a completely flat chest, because of my size, but damn, this is close.

Having read horror stories of crushed ribs and hard breathing, I’m surprised that I can breathe pretty normally in this. It tucks into my pants, almost past my butt, which helps with my silhouette and my muffin top. It’s a different feeling fabric than I expected, but I like it. It’s smooth and my shirt slides over it nicely. I feel like I could have gotten one size smaller for more chest compression, but I’m satisfied with this, considering I can breathe. It was pretty easy to pull on over my head, with a bit of tugging obviously.

Overall I’m really satisfied. This is a large Underworks 997 in black; I ordered it the night of Sunday, March 2, and it arrived this morning, Friday, March 7.

(Source: crazyideasfromawhiteperson)

kirschtxin:

MY BINDER CAME AH

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tbh i might order one in a smaller size but im so happy!!! I’m usually a DD and oh man this is incredible

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artizarv:

This is what happened when I put on my first binder.
I think I was trapped for about 15 minutes lmao;;

artizarv:

This is what happened when I put on my first binder.

I think I was trapped for about 15 minutes lmao;;

blackandyellowdoodles:

anonymous said:

someone getting their first binder and after finally getting it on realising how flat it makes them and how happy they feel?? Sorry if it’s not great just I recently went through this and it was great! :D

blackandyellowdoodles:

anonymous said:

someone getting their first binder and after finally getting it on realising how flat it makes them and how happy they feel?? Sorry if it’s not great just I recently went through this and it was great! :D

the-boy-in-the-trapper-hat:

if you are friends with a transguy, you will no doubt have heard this question. i apologise to the people who i ask constantly XD

the-boy-in-the-trapper-hat:

if you are friends with a transguy, you will no doubt have heard this question. i apologise to the people who i ask constantly XD

(Source: lucaslgbt)

cryptid-being:

As requested, this is my homemade binder. I used a pair of ladies shapewear underwear or whatever it’s called (as long as it has the controlled top/compression part you’re good) You can find them at Target, Wal-Mart, etc. I just  cut a slit in the crotch for my head. And hey ho there you go. It was rather long, so I just folded it back over. Oh and I’m a C cup, so if you have a smaller chest it”ll probably work better. I hope this helps!

How To Know If Your Binder is Causing Harm

journeyintomanhood:

Even with a proper binder a person can get injuries. For a long time I thought that the pain I was feeling was just normal discomfort from binding but I was wrong.

  • You are being bruised
  • You are unable to take a full, deep breath
  • You are in excruciating pain at the end of the day: discomfort…

therealalexbertie:

Here’s a very simple guide on how I personally get out of my binder. It’s different for everyone because people have different body types though! (Mine is only mid compression too!)

Tips: 

  • I know it’s gross but if you’re damp in any way it’ll be difficult to get out or into your binder.
  • Instead of pulling from the waist pull from the top so it doesn’t roll up!
  • It will stretch with time.
  • Don’t let it roll up & Try to slide it off without folding it on itself!
  • Keep your arms up high to make it easier to get past your shoulders
  • If all else fails: Try to take your arms out through the neck hole and pull it down to step out of it. BUT this means you have to get it past your hips which may prove just as hard as your shoulders!