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    Time to step out! Erin77's Avatar
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    5'7 1/2". weight is coming down. lol nuff said

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    I?m 6? and with heels 6?4? to 6?5? depending on what heels I?m wearing and I?m at 186 from 262 I weighed 4 years ago . Still losing and I plan to get back to my 150 weight I used to be my size 9-10 clothes are waiting to be worn again. Getting close too.

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    6?5 and 240....and yes it makes the hard to find clothes, especially shoes...but I love and enjoy when I do!!

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    5’10” and could afford to lose a few lbs. I do enjoy some of the finer things in life
    My wife is also the same height and when we got married she wanted me to wear lifts in my shoes. Maybe I should have said, how about some heels.
    Last edited by Crissy 107; 01-07-2021 at 05:50 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erin77 View Post
    5'7 1/2". weight is coming down. lol nuff said
    Ditto, Erin. I am also 5'7 1/2" and I am *not* saying how much I weigh, but I am working on it! lol

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    Somewhere in-between. Krea's Avatar
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    5' 7" and 136 pounds (9 st 10 lb) which makes it easy to find female clothing that fits.
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    5' 10"ish, 175, size 16, XL shoe 11. Nice to be able to buy most items from the rack.
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    I am 6 feet tall.I was at the grocery store in 3 inch heels,when an older gentleman walked by me and said boy your tall for a girl.We're you a basketball player.I said yes but I'm on a
    different team now.

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    6' a little insulated around the abbs,,

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    I?m 5?11? and 200lbs. Lost 35lbs during 2020... 20lbs to go until my goal!

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    Almost 6’2. Used to list myself at 6’3 when I played basketball. Funny how as a teenage boy I wanted to be taller for that reason.

    I’d rather be 5’9 or so and with much smaller feet.

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    Junior Member Deborah G's Avatar
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    5'11" and about 181 lbs. right now; maybe 170-172 lbs. is my goal, which was my weight in college. Women's shoe size is 12, but I wish it was 10 or 11 to give me unlimited choices.

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    6 foot 2 inches, 183 pounds. Was 135 in college - really thin (twiggy). Had been at a good weight of 171 about 2 years ago, which is ideal body weight for my height, for a female
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    6 feet, 226 pounds. I’ve lost 42 pounds on the last year and want to hit 200 this year.

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    5'8". 138 lbs.

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    6'5". 207lb, big hands. Makes finding tops that are long enough a real challenge. Also means I'll never, ever pass. I don't like walking in heels higher than 3 inches anyway, but that still puts me uncomfortably close to 7ft. I mostly stick to flats when out for that reason. Heels are mostly for indoors now!

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    I'm 5' 6". 132 lbs.
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    6'1", 160 lbs, bmi 21. Size 8/10
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    6'4" 270ish.

    Actually looking to gain weight. HRT's got me softening and curving in places I'd like, and my mind's eye has always seen me as a fuller-figured woman.
    I'd like to settle in at about an 18ish in most women's sizing, and well-built for it.



    I would like to say to all my taller friends here: if you like the heels, wear the heels. I always say "at 6'4, I'm very tall for a woman; what difference will a few more inches make?" People will notate our height no matter what, and nothing we can do will make us shorter. We've got the passage of time and that's it. Don't shrink yourself from the moment. <3
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    5 ft 8 barefoot. Working on moving into our new house has helped me shed a few pounds but am still thicker than I should be

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    5'7", 165.

    BTW, I love the tall ones, so watch out for me ladies. I played basketball in HS and we scrimmaged the ladies team. I think that is where my love of tall women began.
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    I'm 5'4" and 110 lbs.
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    5'9" give or take, about 180... need to lose the belly so i would love to get rid of about 20 to 30 lbs

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    I'm 5ft 10, with a weight of 157 lbs, giving a BMI of 22.5.
    In guy mode I'd love to have legs 2 inches longer, which would save me having to take up trouser hems, as I have a longer torso and shorter legs.
    In girl mode, I just wear heels and all is good.

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