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u/PoppyfromDiscord · 7 pointsr/asktransgender

on amazon they sell hip and butt padding that looks natural. it looks very natural if you are wearing jeans or dress pants imo! but in dresses it can be a little weird looking/accentuate lumps and bumps.

i dont know what country your from so i used US amazon: https://www.amazon.com/YIANNA-Womens-Control-Underwear-A1117-Black-M/dp/B0117SMRWW/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1522016691&sr=8-5&keywords=hip+padded+underwear

i would get something with tummy control because it gives an hourglass figure.

outside of that, have you tried doing targeted exercises for your hips? i follow a lot of girls on instagram who have amazing curves and it seems to work for them: https://www.instagram.com/p/BgNboqKFVie/?taken-by=anfisa.nava
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JW8hRIDeWd0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qqcwJ-_WY4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7yfkkDMLPE


for a disclaimer i'm a cis woman who has a triangle body shape (very narrow hips and broader shoulders - i am wider in the chest than the hips which is very unconventional) and i've found that simply doing exercises can really help. there was a buzzfeed youtube video where three people did 100 squats for 30 days, and even doing just that increased their hip diameters by 1-2"... and squats tend to be the least productive exercises for trying to build hip muscles! so i imagine a compound routine that involves rest days and mindful exercises would probably result in higher gains.

if you don't feel comfortable going to a gym or don't have access to a gym you can do a lot of the exercises at home with body weight or heavy books and such. that's what i do because i hate going to the gym.

if all of the exercise stuff gives you anxiety like it does for me, i would just start out by doing squats and lunges with my bodyweight in my bedroom and then move on to other stuff when i feel a lot more comfortable. my bf has exercised for much longer than me and his hips/butt are thicker and more "feminine" looking than mine. i can't recommend it enough though because you do see differences if you stick to it!

sorry for the tl;dr but i would ask a trans woman or google for trans women who have fitness routines and maybe blogs? i wound this but i don't know if it is any helpful. this is just a subject that reigns really close to me because exercise has changed my body a lot and really given me more confidence in my body.