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Rebecca
Rebecca

Inspiration

February 6th, 2016 8:01 am EST

I read some of the posts by other girls and I only inspires me to be who I am. I realized that at my age I am who I am that will not change. I somehow feel as If I am embracing the last little bit of me, that I needed to come to terms with Smile


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Victoria ly...
Victoria ly...

Untitled Post

February 4th, 2016 1:42 pm EST

Hopefully with time I,ll be able to fill this up.. Huggs all I,m freshly back... make no mistake willing to make a ton of friends,,, Hoping to get back into writing ,,I see alot of famialar faces..


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Lola
Lola

Newbie

February 3rd, 2016 10:54 am EST

Today is my second day on this site and so far its been very good.  A beautiful lady by the name of Melanie was very kind to write on my page.  I am still trying to get use to this being that I cannot pay for a subscription right now, apparently you can earn it to get different theings opened up for you, which I feel is really good.

Hoping I find someone close to where I live, I really do miss my friend.


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Jessica Sum...
Jessica Sum...

UnitedHealth Medicare to cover SRS

February 2nd, 2016 11:36 am EST

Well I found this as awesome news! One big step among many hurdles to come but every day brings change!

UnitedHealth Medicare to cover SRS


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Jessica Sum...
Jessica Sum...

Transgender Educational Papers for Healthcare Providers

January 31st, 2016 2:10 pm EST

The title kind of speaks for itself. Just click below for printable documentation which can help educate your healthcare provider. 

Transgender Educational Papers for Healthcare Providers


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Jessica Sum...
Jessica Sum...

In Memory of Transgender Victims 2016

January 31st, 2016 1:17 pm EST

I am creating this personal Journal to honor the memories of our sisters who are victims of hate in 2016. I will link to the original articles, just click their names. May they rest peacefully with joy guiding their souls to a more beautiful and loving existence.

You will never be forgotten, Sisters. See you on the otherside someday. 

 

Monica Loera (1973 - 2016)

January 22nd, 2016, Austin, TX ~ Witnesses identified JonCasey William Rowell who was later charged with First Degree Murder. 


 

 


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Jenna Nicol...
Jenna Nicol...

New Experience

January 25th, 2016 7:48 pm EST

In preparation for my laser hair removal treatment, I shaved my legs and chest for the first time. Shaving my legs was an enjoyable experience. I loved seeing more and more of my skin with each stroke. Shaving my chest was not so enjoyable. I do not want to do that again and hopefully I will not have to after the laser treatment.

I sometimes have doubts about what I am doing as far as the hair removal. But I must keep the big picture in mind and focus on the ultimate goal.

Another step toward bringing my body in congruence with my mind. Another step toward Jenna being completely free.


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Kelly Kirk ...
Kelly Kirk ...

Tranisition as a women ?

January 24th, 2016 12:30 am EST

I have been a part time crossdresser for the past Ten years of my life. When I was born 29 years ago my body didn’t know that I was born with a gift. As I grown up life gets harder and it makes me sad because I know that something is not right with me.  The days that I get to crossdress are the best days of the week, only because I get to be the true me. Its sucks that I half to live a double life style and lie to friends and family about myself. Just how can I love something if no one understands me? There is no better feeling then dressing up like a women and making myself look sexy.I am just a person that loves to wear women’s clothes and feel pretty and think of myself as a woman from time to time. The people that make fun of people like me just don’t understand that it’s not easy to look good. Some people say that sports is there number one thing in life that keeps them going. I say dressing as a lady keeps this Girl going and I am proud of it. I just wish there was someone out there in this world that would accept me. Someday yes I will find happiness and get the chance to show the world the true me and not hide it behind closed doors. Dressing up is not something that I do no it’s in my heart I just wish I could have been a bright pretty lady in this world then trying to hide something that I love so munch. Only time will tell if I transition and become a beautiful women but all I know is the more and more I crossdress the more I think about taking the next step in becoming a Girl!!


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Jenna Nicol...
Jenna Nicol...

My Story (Part II)

January 18th, 2016 6:19 pm EST

As I became more independent and started driving, I bought my own feminine clothing and shoes. I did not have much of a style back then. Just buying what I could afford from the local thrift stores. I did not have the nerve to shop in regular stores except for shoes. During one trip to a shoe store at the mall, I ran into one of my sisters after having just purchased a pair of high heels. I was so nervous during the conversation with her. What bad timing!

It is during these years that I felt the most confused about who I was and what I was doing. I purged all of my feminine items several times. I felt so guilty about having feminine things that I even threw away items belonging to my mother and sisters (sorry about that). I remember questioning my sexual orientation but knew immediately that I was not gay...I was not attracted to men. So what was it? Why did I feel the need to dress like a woman?

I must take this time to recount the events of two encounters with my hometown police. The first encounter occurred as I was dressed up (no makeup, no wig) and walking on the sidewalk around a building. I do not know why I picked that street or that building. Anyway, as I was walking, two police officers drove by and put their spotlights on me. I ducked behind a parked car but it was too late. The officers asked me what I was doing and all the other typical police questions. I was honest with them so they let me go with some words of wisdom...you are going to stick out like a sore thumb dressed like that in this city. I was under the age of 18 but they let me go without calling my parents.

My second encounter took place in a public park. It was dark and I was the only person there. I was dressed in a skimpy outfit. It was time for the park to close and little did I know that the police made rounds of the park before locking the entrance. There I was in the police spotlight once again. The difference this time was that I was over the age of 18 yet the police officer called my parents. The officer let me go after speaking to my parents. On my way home, I threw away all my feminine items in a grocery store dumpster. When I got home, my parents questioned me about what I was doing. I used the excuse of being sexually frustrated. It was the only excuse that seemed plausible so I went with it. My parents bought the excuse. My father told me to masturbate more (yeah, that did not work). I never heard anything else about that night from either of my parents. I wonder if they even remember that night.

Then came what I consider my dark decade...my 20s. I changed my career path, moved away from home, got married and basically lived on the surface of life for ten years. I did not question much. I took on the roles that I was supposed to take on...husband, provider (fortunately, father was never added to my list of roles). I was angry and confused. Angry at the world. Confused about who I was. Buying feminine items just to throw them away when the guilt was too much to bear.

I told my wife about my "crossdressing" a few months after we were married. She told me to throw everything away, which I did. Eventually I bought new things and kept it a secret. Given my past experiences, I became very good at hiding things. I dressed up at every opportunity (which were limited given that my wife is a home body).

As the dark decade came to a close, I felt a change coming on. I started to see some light.


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Jenna Nicol...
Jenna Nicol...

My Story (Part I)

January 16th, 2016 7:31 pm EST

My earliest memory of dressing in female clothing is of when I was 6 or 7 years of age. I was not in school for a reason I cannot remember and I tried on a play dress belonging to my older sisters. I remember the dress being white on the sides with a flowery pattern down the center. My mother caught me wearing it. I do not recall what transpired afterward but I do remember my father making fun of me that night. He jokingly asked if I wanted a bra to go with the dress. I was quite embarrassed about the situation. Little did he know that I did indeed want a bra to go with the dress. Actually, I did not know what I wanted back then.

Fast forward a few years to my fifth grade year...10 years of age. This is the time when I really started dressing. With a mother and two older sisters, I had plenty of female clothing options. Being one of six children, I had to make the most of any opportunity to sift through the closets of my mother and sisters. When my mother took my sisters to school, she left me to watch my younger brothers who were usually sleeping. That is when I sneaked into the bedrooms of my mother and sisters, and tried on their clothes and shoes. I was in heaven. I remember the feeling of pure joy while putting on their clothes and shoes. The time I had to play dress up was limited but I made the most of that time.

My mother and sisters had high heels. I was a natural in heels. I took to walking in them immediately. I love the feel, the sight and the sound of high heeled shoes. Perhaps growing up in the 80s when stiletto high heels were popular helped cultivate that passion. It was a sad day when my feet no longer fit in their shoes. I remember being so desperate to make their shoes fit my feet that I actually cut the back of some shoes to allow my feet to fit in the shoes...I only did that to their older pair of shoes.

Throughout my early teen years, I continued to use the closets of my mother and sisters to satisfy my desire to look like and feel like a girl. I remember dressing up and walking out of the house for just a few seconds. I just felt a need to get out in the world, even if it was for just a few seconds, dressed as I wanted. It was exhilarating. It made me feel alive.


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