Which first takes the golden medal?

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  • First time half/ under dressed.
  • First time half/ under dressed in public.
  • First time half/ underdressed in front of someone.
  • First time fully dressed.
  • First time fully dressed in public.
  • First time fully dressed in front of someone.
  • First time you told someone.
  • First time accepted by someone.
  • First time "with" someone dressed. (Keep this one PG please)
  • First time you wore a feminine item
  • First professional make over.
  • First time someone called you miss/ma'am ect.
  • First time you passed
  • The inevitable First other I forgot.
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    • #483394
      MelanieElizabeth
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      It’s definitely the first time I full dressed. Like many of us cding is progressive, it starts with little things then gradually escalates into the full deal. I remember sloppily applying makeup and lowering my head to put on a cheap costume wig and then looking up and seeing her for the first time. Just seeing the image in the mirror was one thing but then seeing it move was another. Hearing her speak was the final straw it was my voice coming her. I couldn’t believe my eyes and ears it was surreal.  Finally the realization hit me the reflection was me, my heart beating out of my chest. Many years of fantasy was a reality in just a few short seconds. It’s the moment dressing was no longer a cheap thrill, the moment I knew it was something more. It’s a moment that has changed my life.

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        To see ones self though it all, the trenches gone,the wall with drawn, oh there you at last the woman I see inside and out.

        If memories match and akin we are Im smiling for you. Peace at last.

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      Regine Rich
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      My gold moment, is and always will be, the day I told my wife. Her acceptance and participation is what enables me to move forward, eah and every step, with no feelings of guilt or fear.
      Hug, Regi👩💕

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        No anxiety off getting caught and hiding hiding yourself from the world. To be accepted as you is a marvelous gift. Freedom to be at long last.

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        Leonara
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        That is so special…thanks for sharing

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      Paula F
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      I had to pick the last choice “other”.

      Mine is definitely the first time I  went on a real date with a man as his GF.  Definitely a magi al night for me.  I do love to be romanced.

      PaulaF

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Tis feeling I’m yet to see, as glorious as the skies and sea. To be romanced, wooed and be upon the arms of another. Thought so Serene and exciting.

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      Amy Myers
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      I answered “First time dressed in public”, and honestly it was a bit of a tough choice, but that was really the most important success, and led to mane many more!

      Amy

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      Terri Johnson
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      This is so personal to each of us. For instance, my first time fully dressed and with makeup the look was not what I hoped for — kind of “dowdy”. For some reason I continued on and my look evolved as I found the clothes, etc. which more matched the look I wanted and was able to achieve.

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      Prudence
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      My first’s have changed. Became bolder. And I guess my perception of Gold Medal qualifications have as well. Last Fall on the beach in a Bathing suit might be it now. At the same time. My first time out dressed was something I’ll never forget!!   Hugs Pru  P.s., Riding my Harley as Pru could overtake the Beach as #1

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        A bathing suit. You’re a braver women than me honey. The Harley thing sounds so fun too.

         

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      Jeannie Jones
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      I knew some ladies who were also struggling and while chatting we all agreed that we had been given a feminine side by a higher power (in varying degrees) and it would not be right to reject that gift.

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Jeannie I personally never felt comfortable as a male and know I’m much happier living life as femininely as possible.

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          Jeannie Jones
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          There certainly is a wide spectrum here😊

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      Heather Jameson
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      My first that means the most to me was the first time I accepted myself. That day standing in front of a mirror crying and playing with my hand gun. It made me realize I’m worth it dressed however and taking my life was not the answer. After that life got a lot better.

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Heather, I hope things are much better for you now. My feminine feeling messed me up for a long time too. I always felt worthless.

        Love Trisha

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          Heather Jameson
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          Hey Trisha, things are much better now, I was not in a good place back then, it was nearly 20 years ago and I remember it like it was yesterday. That day changed me, it made me realize I’m not worthless and I can help other people in our situation. I’ve been to psychiatrists, a waste of time, take these pills you’ll be fine. Finally got to a clinical psychologist and she was great, after about 6 months of talking to her she got me into therapy and I found my niche talking to the younger people who are as confused as I was but thankfully have a lot more openness and availability to information and help than back in my day. I love working with them and supporting them, I know it shouldn’t but it makes me feel good, like I’m making a difference. I’ve tried to talk about more serious issues on here but I get told it’s too graphic, subjects such as self harm and sexual assault. I’m sorry but they’re real and they happen a lot in our community, I’ve been raped a couple of times and blackmailed for sex when I was 14 and my neighbour caught me dressed, then later drugged and raped then blackmailed into prostitution for about 16 months when I was 16. Not a nice world.

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            Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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            OMG. You’ve been though an awful lot honey. The way I’ve always looked at things if you can survive the worst things you’ve been though, then everyday problems aren’t worth worring about. You must be very strong mentally.

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            Heather Jameson
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            Thanks Trisha, I go by the old adage what does not kill us makes us stronger. It’s been a long difficult road but I’ve learned a lot about life, now I try to use this to help others. My line is you don’t have to make all the same mistakes I did. Thanks for chatting, great topic.

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      Sandy Jayson
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      I replied the first time I told someone, but it is not really. When I told my niece she was actually the second family member I told. When I told her she said she would have my back and gave me a big hug. I was soooo happy I nearly cried.
      . Sandy

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Cassy it is a lovely feeling when someone accepts you like that.

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      Tonya Leren
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      My first that I get the happiest memories from currently… (i voted the inevitable first…  but could have gone first time dressed as is real close…) was my first time wearing my own skirt.

      The day I decided to wear it, I had gone to my normal drinking location. (A friend’s house I’ve been going to regularly due a few years) he knows I dress and has no problem with it as well as no one there.

      Well this day not only did I decide to fully dress, without makeup didn’t have a chance sadly.  But another friend/ friends sister and her new boyfriend happened to be out. So I had to force myself to go ahead and change into the skirt. So it was my first time wearing a skirt I own as well as letting someone new and unexpected as well as someone I didn’t know at all or how they would react. See me en femm.

      It was a great day.

      My real close second was the first time I had gotten my makeup fully done .. I felt so amazing… I felt beautiful and wanted that feeling to never end. I have since of the most amazing female friends who are super helpful and willing to help me in my journey. As well as many make friends who stand behind me willing to be a guardian If needed.

       

      ❤💖Tonya

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Tonya I have something like this happening today. My best friends mum is seeing me dressed for the first time. I’m slightly nervous but apparently she is accepting.

        Love Trisha

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      Angela Booth
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      Gosh how many times have each of us won!

      In my eyes there are many times when the the gold medal moment arrives. From wearing the first piece of clothing , coming out and perfecting the look. It all leads to that day you go out and show yourself off to the world.

      For me it was when I first went out and it seemed a so natural a thing to do.

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Hi Angela my first time in public felt the same. I couldn’t not do it.

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      Emily Lace
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      Very interesting question. My first thought was picking the first time I tried on a feminine item as that started my entire lifetime journey. But after considering all the options, I chose being accepted by someone. When my SO and I finally had the talk, her accepting of my dressing meant the most to me. She still has limits of what she wants to participate with which I totally understand and respect, but not having to hide this part of myself any longer lifted such a burden off of me.

      Hugs,

      Emily

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      • #482190
        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Hi Emily, I still remember the relief I felt when I let it out for the first time. I was in floods of tears but I didn’t have to hide anymore.

        Love Trish

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        Jeannie Jones
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        I chose the first time I put a fem item (panties) on but a very close silver and bronze are telling my so and her accepting the panties 😊

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          Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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          Hi Jeannie, for me it was my sister’s bridesmaid dress she stored in my room. It’s a monoment I’ll never forget.

          Love Trish

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      Brittney Andrews
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      I voted “first time fully dressed in front of someone”. It was September 24 2018. I was attending my second CD/TG support group meeting, but it was my first to where I fully dressed as a woman. It was my first step of not being closeted and becoming a part of a wonderful community.

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Britney, that sounds like a truly wonderful memory.

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      stephanie plumb
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      I am torn between two moments- they were both equally gold.

      “First time in public” was a special moment.  But even better was “first time in public without a safety net.” 

      Let me explain.  I went out fully femme in public, but I always carried a small back-pack containing male clothing (T shirt, shorts, flip-flops or sneakers)  in case I needed to change in an emergency.

      One day I plucked up the courage to leave the bag hidden in a safe place.  What a revelation it was! It was so liberating.  I had felt like I was cheating…. now I was on my own with no backup plan!  A real gold moment.

      “First time being accepted by someone”  was also a special gold moment.  The first time I met someone face to face at close quarters and swapped “Good mornings” and was totally accepted as being female was a HUGE confidence booster, and set me free to walk where I wished to, and not be worried about who I would meet.    This was truly a liberating moment.

      Stephanie P xx

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Stephanie, you just reminded me of the first time a stranger accepted me as a woman. I was outside Tesco and he called me darling whist asking for a cigarette. I couldn’t stop smiling.

        Love Trisha

        Ps I love your take on being accepted as a women rather than passing.

         

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      Stevie Steiner
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      Hi Trisha, good question and bound to get a variety of answers.  I have to vote first time I told someone – and was accepted.  Yeah, I know I picked two, but they can go together – at least I was lucky enough that way.  To me this is the big one.  Many others are wonderful milestones;  I mean I cant wait to go out with others en femme and just …. live.  But the Gold Medal has to go to coming out, right?  To finally end the hiding and say “This Is Me!”  Emotionally this trumps everything.  For me, not having to hide who i am from my family and (some) friends is the biggest weight off my shoulders I could ever have imagined.   Gold medal?  Heck, a gold, platinum, and diamond encrusted, glorious medal it was!!

      Stevie ❤

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Stevie, you girls are amazing at reminding me of some amazing memories. I was out shopping with my best friend and she said, “what’s holding her up”, whilst I was held up at a til.

        Love Trisha

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      Inga Krasivaya
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      I had to vote for “First Time In Public”, basically because it’s as far as I’ve dared to go yet.  Mind; the buzz from being out and about, fully dressed, was so awesome I can’t think it could be bettered…… unless it will be my first time in daylight with people around…  Hmmm… maybe I need to think on this a little more…  Indecisive Inga…

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Inga it just gets better the more you do and the more others are involved.

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      Grace Scarlett
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      Hi Trish…

      First time fully dressed in public…wandering among everyday people….and being totally IGNORED………

      they do say ” ignorance is bliss”!!!

      I will never forget that buzz….and I still love going out after all these years…..

      … there’s nothing to compare….

      Grace❤️❤️

       

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Gracie on my first public outing I went Tesco and I was just another woman doing her shopping. Ignorance truly is bliss sometimes.

        Love Trisha

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      Polly Stewart
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      Trisha… taking up the dare from my psychologist to come to the meeting dressed ‘en femme’! That really unleashed Polly!

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Polly, my best friend was the first to see Trisha fully. She couldn’t believe the difference. I have I was still the most annoying person on the planet, just in a different way.

        Love Trisha

        Ps thank you for being such a good inspiration. You’ve helped me no end and I’m sure you’ve done the same for others.

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          Polly Stewart
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          Why, thank you, Trisha! What a lovely compliment! 💋❤️💋❤️💋❤️

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      Alison Anderson
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      I would have to say other, but only because my “first” time had several elements that I couldn’t really pick.

      I use first in quotations because I had gone once from a venue to my car (changing in a unisex bathroom), and drove 3 hours home (including stopping for food and fuel).

      But I consider my first time when I had my first makeover by a woman who runs a transformation studio from her home.  On that day, I heard my femme name for the first time, dressed for the first time for someone, had my first makeover, was taught how to do makeup, and had pictures taken, both indoors and in her back yard.  Then we went out into the street, went to a diner, and had a dinner there.  I interacted with the waitress, and when we were leaving the cashier/manager asked us “ladies” how everything was.  Although I tried to feminize my voice, I’m sure that she knew, but treated me no differently.  (I later came to realize that this is another definition of passing; you don’t have to fool the other person, you just have to be accepted.)

      With the aforementioned caveat of “first”, this one adventure fits:  First time fully dressed, First time fully dressed in public, First time dressed in front of someone, First time you told someone (well, sort of; it was obvious and didn’t need to be said), First time accepted by someone (the woman doing the makeover, the waitress, the cashier/manager), First professional makeover, first time called a lady, and First time I passed.  How can I choose only one?

      Why then do I choose other?  Don’t be hard on yourself, Trisha, this isn’t one I’d expect in the list.  It was the first time I had a bridal makeover and photo shoot with the same woman.  (She ran many parties from her home, and we became friends over the years even though there was the occasional business relationship.)  Despite it being close to 100 degrees, and extremely high humidity, it was a very special day for me.  I really felt like a princess or a bride, having to have my gown arranged around me for photos or carried when we went outside to keep it from dragging on the grass.  I felt an incredible joy that surpassed my first makeover and trip to the diner. People have said I was glowing, and looking back, I agree.  Thinking back still makes me smile.

      I have a few photos of that day in my private photo gallery at …/members/alison-anderson/mediapress/bride/ .

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Alison that day sounds incredible. Being a bride is the ultimate feminine experience. It’ll take a lot for that moment to be beaten off the top spot and I hope it happens one day.

        Love Trisha

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      Eva Kelly
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      I remember the first time that I dressed in front of my fiance, girlfriend at the time. She was very excited and accepting.

      Eva

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Eva this is something I’ve yet to experience. Ive had an SO the entire time I’ve been Trisha. It’s something I’m trying to rectify.

        Love Trish

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      This happened to me this morning, I was late to open the office, there was a man waiting at the door when I had pulled up in my car, I have my cell number on the door if anyone needs to contact me. as he could not access the door he rang the number, not knowing who I was when speaking to me he said, Its ok a lady has just pulled up, that is the first time that someone has called me a lady with no makeup on and dressed in all black drab

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Paula you must have got such a buzz from it. I couldn’t stop smiling when a stranger for tool me for a GG.

        Love Trisha

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      Jennifer Swanson
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      First time professional makeover.  I went to Ulta and the girls couldn’t have been sweeter.  Everyone came over to look and they were all so complimentary.  They made me feel like one of the girls.  It was great.

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        Leonara
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        Also, My golden moment was my first makeover at a CD/tg friendly boutique
        the papering i received was so special and unforgettable. I truly felt I
        found my true self..

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          Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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          Hi Jennifer and leonara, there is a place near me that I’m seriously considering going to that does something similar. It’s something I’ve never done but it sounds amazing.

          Love Trisha

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          Leonara
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          Thank you lovely ladies for the “thank you” and taking the time to read my “golden moment”
          Hugs, Leonara

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      Gabriela Romani
      Managing Ambassador
      Registered On: January 11, 2021
      Topics: 84
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      Hi!

      First time being accepted, no contest.

      Yes, I too was obsessed with the idea of passing, and I guess I was rather good at it… after all, I had spent many years going out and nobody ever called me “sir” or treated me in any bad way. Which is what most consider “passing”. But is it really?
      So, I might have thought myself to be passing when shopping while presenting as a woman… or was it maybe that the sales associate had training to treat every customer well, and user the pronouns according to how they are presenting, even though internally she was certain about my true gender?
      Or maybe while walking down the street and not noticing any “looks”, which may have been given as soon as I had got past some of the other people walking in the opposite direction?
      Passing is mostly an illusion, imho. Oh yes, and “passing” with no interaction, or just in photographs, well, closer to wishful thinking.
      However… when the person with whom you are interacting knows, either because it may be easy for them to tell, or because you told them, and they treat you the same way they would treat other females (assuming that is how you are presenting)… That is golden!!
      (Ok, sending this now, end of rant)

      Gaby ♥️

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        Trisha Lilly Hibbert
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        Registered On: December 8, 2020
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        Gabriela I completely agree, behind accepted truly is amazing.

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