Crossdressers, what is your occupation

I was fortunate enough to meet many wonderful ladies at Esprit this year, and perhaps by coincidence found that a good number of the transgendered woman I met were in the engineering field. This sparked a conversation that could only be of interest to engineers and statisticians about the distribution of transgender woman, whether the engineering field had a higher proportion of transgender woman, or perhaps the engineers we meet are self selected because engineering fields tend to be more tolerant.

This is where you come in, dear reader. I’d love to learn more about what you do for a living – perhaps there is a typical crossdresser occupation or perhaps (as I expect) the transgendered travel through all walks of life. Nonetheless it will be interesting to hear what the community on Crossdresser Heaven have to say about it all.

The only promise I can make is that this poll will reveal an “Internet Truth” – which is a piece of information believed to be true because it is published and shared by others on the Internet. The weight of the “Internet Truth’s” broad distribution compensates for any lack of substantiating evidence or flaws in scientific method.

Crossdressers, What Is Your Occupation?

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Terri
Terri
13 years ago

Hello,

There is no place around here that is willing to hire a cross-dresserr or a transgender person, or even is willing to even give me a chance to be a woman in public.

Jessica Sideways
Jessica Sideways
13 years ago
Reply to  Terri

Where is "here"? Have you considered moving? Going to University? Robbing a bank?

Terri
Terri
13 years ago

hello,

I need help in everything that deals with being female

Bill
Bill
13 years ago

I cast my vote in two catagories, construction and other. I was trained in the carpentry trade but also worked in other building trades, i.e. masonry, equipment opreation, structural and mechanical maintenance, cabinet making. I also hold a class A CDL and can drive anything from an 18 wheeler to a small pickup.

I think all engineers should serve an apprenticeship in the trades so they know what it's like to troubleshoot and repair their designs and contraptions. Prehaps then they would simplify things.

Ellen James
Ellen James
13 years ago

I answered "other" because retired and government servce did not appear as choices. Ellen

tinalynn ann
tinalynn ann
13 years ago

i work as a janitor

Michelle
Michelle
13 years ago

I'm the Operations Manager for a medium size company for 5 years now. Before I was the II Manager for a very large corporation.

Kelli43938
Kelli43938
12 years ago

Vanessa, A friend of mine pointed out why you have such a large partion of girl in the engineering field and it was an interesting thought. Engineers, draftspersons, designers and the like have a heavy artistic trait about them and she said she wasn’t surprised that there are so many that crossdress. I meet gals like me EVERYWHERE! It kind of made sense and just thought I’d offer that conclusion.

Vanessa Law
Vanessa Law
12 years ago
Reply to  Kelli43938

Interesting way of thinking about it. People don’t typically view engineers as artistic, more analytical – but for many the analytical skills are merely the paintbrush.

Paparay
Paparay
12 years ago

Retired Custodian

Stacy Love
Stacy Love
12 years ago

Firefighter…..construction worker part time.

Tammy
Tammy
12 years ago

I’m a Electronic tech. But the job does not make us what we are. It is the feeling that brings us to dress. I could be a cook or a bus driver or anything in all kinds of work you well find a cross dresser. Some with the same feeling as I have. It drives us into what we do.

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