Accepting yourself as a crossdresser or transsexual is a daunting undertaking, but it’s the first step to healing.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave this last week you would have heard of Caitlyn Jenner’s big reveal on the cover of Vanity Fair to a whirlwind of press. Formerly known as Bruce Jenner, Olympic Gold Medalist and TV Star, Caitlyn revealed her name and her true feminine body for the first time. The Guardian calls her “life affirming, provocative and downright fabulous”, and many other news outlets have followed suit with praise for her courage and beauty. Yet in the last week we have have learned a lot about ourselves and about being a woman in the world today. Read on to discover a few things we’ve learned.
This week’s Crossdressing Success story is a journey that starts in a darkness that most in our community have been touched by. Many times in my life I have been depressed, and the road ahead looked hopeless with nothing but desolate peaks and dry desert ahead. But it gets better! Please read Samantha’s story as she tells us about the light that has brought hope to her life.
I’m excited to present a new voice on Crossdresser Heaven. Tabitha has kindly shared her insights on a subject near and dear to most of us as she shares her perspective on choosing the perfect panty. This is well worth a read if you’ve ever struggled in the women’s lingerie section. Please take a moment to read, and thank Tabitha for her debut on Crossdresser Heaven!
Freedom is the ability to think your own thoughts, articulate your own truths and lead your own life. Freedom is the freedom to crossdress (or not), the freedom to advocate for transgender rights and the freedom to disagree with those who do. Today we honor those who sacrificed so we could keep this freedom.
You spend your day dreaming about that moment when you can throw off the shackles of your masculinity and exchange your suit and tie for a skirt and heels. Crossdressing at the end of a hard day or a week that seemed to go on forever is a welcome respite. You’re part of the sisterhood. And the sisterhood needs you when you go back to work next week!