Now all that said, I understand that dysmorphia is a thing. I have that too. It's totally separate from gender/sex stuff. Body dysmorphia is a really difficult thing to deal with on a daily basis and I don't think that people should have to if there's a way around it - a combination of doctor-monitored AAS use and cognitive behavioral therapy would be ideal. It's fucking stupid that doctors can prescribe oxycontin but not oxandrolone. The former kills people. And most of the problems with the latter stem from its illegal status.