Search for a cure for crossdressing

To my lovely and faithful readers,

As I progress further in my journey to womanhood I’ve had ample time to reflect on where my voyage began. My first post to Crossdresser Heaven was the innocuously entitled ‘Hello‘ that I shared with the Internet on January 27th 2008 – 3 years, 7 months and 11 days ago. At the time I thought I was a crossdresser, embarking on this journey to understand these strange longings within me, and hopefully to purge this demon from my mind. Many of my earliest postings dwelled on how to cure crossdressing as I furiously sought to save my soul, sanity and the sureness of my marriage.

This wasn’t the first time that I had tried desperately to understand myself, but it was when I first began in earnest on a quest that would stop at nothing less than finding a cure. As constant readers would know, my journey was at times arduous and tiring, but the joy of self discovery kept me moving forward.

Today I’m here to share two things with you. The cure for crossdressing I discovered, and a reaffirmation that I will continue to serve the crossdressing community.

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The Cure for Crossdressing

I transitioned in November 2010, and for the last few years I have neither crossdressed, nor felt any desire to. I’m not only comfortable in my gender expression and role, but happier than I have ever been. Cure would not be a generous enough word to describe my experience, because transitioning has done more than just remove uncomfortable compulsions. Transitioning has been like a rebirth – colors seem brighter, tastes are sweeter and life is more joyful than I could have ever dreamed or imagined.

I know that not all of us on the gender journey are destined for transition, but for me this path is right and true. I encourage you to join me on your unique and beautiful path.

What will become of Crossdresser Heaven?

I have a deep love and care for all who are going through their own struggle with gender. Both for those whose struggle is internal, as well as those who stand alongside them. I have received hundreds of emails and notes from those who are desperately seeking answers – my heart goes out to them, and I couldn’t in good conscience let a valuable resource for the broader gender community fall into disrepair.

Crossdresser Heaven will continue to operate, with a renewed focus on those on their own quest of gender exploration. I will post more articles that are particularly relevant to crossdressers. From makeup and fashion tips, to questions about telling loved ones, or how to deal with the initial conflicting emotions. I think this will allow me to better serve the community, and let you get answers quicker to your questions.

I am excited about what lies ahead, and would be blessed if you would continue to be by my side.

With love and blessings,

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I’m passionate about creating a safe space for everyone in the transgender community to find laughter and friendship on their journey. I completed my physical transition in 2011 and through it I lost everything, and gained everything. I am blessed that I was forced to gaze inward and embark on the journey to discover and live my authentic self. My deepest wish is that all who wander here may find peace, happiness and freedom.
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Tony Adams
Tony Adams
12 years ago

This is SO exciting!

Kendra Anne Johnson
Kendra Anne Johnson
12 years ago

The cure for crossdressing? Nudism! 🙂
But seriously, Vanessa, congrats on finding the solution valid for you.

Vanessa Law
Vanessa Law
12 years ago

🙂 Thanks Kendra. I know it’s not what everyone has in mind when they think of a cure 🙂

11 years ago

Hey Vanessa

ive been reading your articls for well about a month now and i cant thank you enough for your insparation 🙂 but since ive started reading i must ask where exactly are you from? im in the East coast of Canada

9 years ago

Hmm. I wasn’t aware it was an illness that needed cured.

6 years ago
Reply to  Darlene

Hi Darlene! I once thought it was an illness but no more. It’s who you are simply put.

6 years ago

God bless you Vanessa! Thank you for giving me and others the outlet to feel proud of ourselves. At first it was very hard to understand my femme side but now with cdh I understand myself much better.

Ricki dekova
6 years ago

There is no cure for cross dressing! There is only acceptance of who and what we are! The sooner we accept ourselves, the sooner we journey toward our own personal fulfillment! And know, that this is NOT a one pill fits all. For each of us the road is different. Yes for some it may mean a total transformation of hormones and surgery and SRS, but it is not for everyone. We must find our own road. It’s not easy. Nothing in life is easy. But self acceptance does lead to happiness. I am very happy for you Vanessa! I… Read more »

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