Poison Part 4— It’s just one little pill.

Fiona Dobson
3 min readMay 30, 2024

We’d been testing Formula FM65 for months on monkeys. It was simply a hormone resequencer, a pharmaceutical intervention tool for helping people experiencing hormonal asymmetry during puberty. To put it simply, it’s a pill that helps teenage girls during puberty. It hurries the hormonal effects along and just helps them become more comfortable in their new menstruating body.

The unusual thing about FM65 was not so much what it did, as it was about how it did it. The effects were to gradually destroy the testosterone production in the body, and elevate the production of estrogen. In a teenage girl these are relatively minor changes. The company was of course a long way from human use trials. That would take at least another three years.

The research process meant that I was around the drug all the time. It’s hardly surprising I’d been able to stock pile a couple of months supply for a little experiment of my own. The elevation of estrogen in a teenage girl was one thing, but imagine the effect on a grown male. Even one as effeminate as Blair. And the reduction of testosterone. The results could be most curious.

Which is why I decided to conduct a little trial of my own.

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Blair, like most men, has no idea what goes on in the female body. Men, like sausage eaters, want…

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Fiona Dobson

The trans blog you’ll love even if you’ve never tried on your sister’s panties. http://FionaDobson.com