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I have flown at least a couple dozen times en femme. I never had any issues with TSA. I wear dresstech silicone hip pads and silicone breast forms with no issues. The one thing to be careful about is metal in any waist reduction items. The most I have ever had is an additional pat after getting out of the scanner and only in a few places. I have written a story of my travels before. https://www.crossdresserheaven.com/flying-pretty/
I haven’t had any problems. I dress like most women at the airport – comfy casual clothing. Basically I dress to blend in. Depending on the airport, TSA may want to pat you down or check your luggage. If that happens, I tell them I’m trans. It seems to help. You can request a private screening by a female officer. I used to request it but don’t bother anymore. Be honest and respectful and you’ll be treated accordingly.
Here’s TSA’s policy: https://www.tsa.gov/transgender-passengers
Hi Gloria, There were a few very good discussions about this just a while ago. I think if you search for topics like this: This topic was covered to some degree under the heading Flying in General Chat “Life As It Goes On”
April 23, 2022 at 9:32 am #640765
You will find lots of info that might be helpful.
I hope you have a safe and fun trip,
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