Thank You!

Thank transgender women for their courage

Thank you all for your supportive and encouraging comments. My heart is overflowing with warmth now. I realize the wonderful thing about cross dressing is that it brings the most wonderful, caring people into my life. Lisa Ann, Alicia, Lynn, April and Polly you have brought a smile to my face!

It seemed as if many of you feel the desire to be ‘femme’ – to dress and act like a woman, but still loving your male body. Lynn’s comment struck me – that she doesn’t feel split, but rather a whole, integrated person who sometimes dresses like a woman, and other times like a guy.

It seems so true that it is all about accepting yourself for who you are. There are no rules as to ‘how’ you should be transgender. Perhaps, for me, it is the ‘type A’ part of my personality that wants to do everything as well as I can. When I feel like dressing as a woman, well, I have to do it ‘all the way’.

Unleash Your Inner Woman

Many times when I’m in ‘male mode’ (as it were), I find myself thinking and acting as a woman. For me, this feels comfortable and right.  Yet it does make me wonder what it would feel like to be a woman every day.

Again, thank you all for your kind words. I have been giving them a lot of thought these past few days.

Hugs,

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I hope I speak for the other posters in glad to be of service 🙂 Sometimes it can be a bit tough, but being a tranny isn’t all bad news. With regards to your comment about ‘being a woman every day’, I would hazard a guess as ‘hard’. Oddly, we (NottsChams) were talking about this the other night. If you think about it, as a guy you just need to comb your hair, clean your teeth and have a shave to look presentable. If you’re presenting as a woman, well it’s a whole different ball game. Make-up and hair take… Read more »

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Liked this article…especially the part…[Perhaps, for me, it is the ‘type A’ part of my personality that wants to do everything as well as I can. When I feel like dressing as a woman, well, I have to do it ‘all the way]. Someday I hope to be at that point even if only for myself in the privacy of my own home when I reach my end goal…vintage costuming. Would love to be able to do it all to perfection in 15 minutes or less…probably unrealistic but aiming high regardless.

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