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Brandi Walters
Brandi Walters

Thank you so much

March 17th, 2017 9:02 pm EDT

An incredibly busy day today and I was a bitworn out. THen I saw my6 email and realized how many6 peop;le have taken a look at my profile. THANK YOU SO MUCH! You really brightened my day. I never expected anything like this.  I have yet to decide to upgrade or not but soon will make that decision. It will then require a certain time commitment frm me but at least I can answer emails and such.I am still trying to get some more images up at the moment.

Blessings,
Brandi 


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Brandi Walters
Brandi Walters

Hello !!

March 16th, 2017 8:32 pm EDT

I am new here and still figuring out how it all works, Some very nice comments from other members.I have way to busy latsly to be here much,but so far so good.

 


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Michelle Renee
Michelle Renee

Travels of a Canadian TG gal

February 11th, 2017 8:39 am EST

I am enjoying my time in Florida this year trying to get that perfect tan with the least amount of tan lines. Has been difficult meeting other gals as they all seem to be too far from me or I have already passed them by while moving south.

There needs to be a TG Snowbirds site.


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Linda Hammer
Linda Hammer

New first trip help please

January 2nd, 2017 11:31 am EST

 

I just got a challenge from my sister.  She knows that I enjoy wearing dress and all that is proper under them.  She also knows that I want to feel a breeze under my skirt, I am strictly “In the closet”.   I have not been out in the public view, ever.

 

I plan to drive out to visit with her next May.  I live in California, she is in Indiana.

 

Her challenge is:  One day on that trip, you will check into a motel as Mike and the next day, check out as Linda.  You are to stay dressed all day.  This includes stopping at a proper restaurant for lunch.  Either take a picture, or get someone else to get a picture of you along the way as proof.  When I get fuel I am to use the Ladies room to relieve myself.  Snap a selfie of my face in the mirror so she knows I did that too.  I am to check in to the next motel as Linda.  I can leave the next day as Mike. Along the way, I am sure that I will not see anyone.  I am also sure that I will be scared out of my bra.  I also know that if I let the situation become embarrassing, it will.  Yes, they are going to talk.  So – if they are talking about me, they are leaving someone else alone.  As a reward for me finally doing what I have wanted to do for 40 years, she will make me a dress.  Not buy me a dress, but she will sew me a dress.  She has never seen me made up as Linda, so this will also be a major first.  My sister making her big brother a pretty dress and then I will be in a bra and panties while she adjusts it.  Should be quite a trip.

 

I have started by selecting a dress that a lady of my age would wear.  Mid-calf, maybe a bit more.  Floor length would be wrong for a trip.  Second, an older lady would wear heels, but subdued and with a shorter heel, perhaps 2 inches.  I bought a black leather purse with a shoulder strap, and I am putting over my shoulder every time I walk around.  I think that it should be second nature to have the bag.  Boys have pockets, ladies carry a purse.  And when I walk, it is in the heels.  I have to get used to them.  I normally wear flats.  About 2 months before I depart, I am going to wear the wig every time I am home.  I need to be accustomed to it on my head.  I think the same with make-up.  If I am not going anywhere, but on a full face.  Tone it down to age appropriate.  Then I am going to the food court at a mall.  Get something to eat and just people watch. Not the pretty young ladies that we wish we looked like, but ladies in my age bracket.  Watch how they walk, carry the purse, move their hands, hold their arms.

 

I know that a lot of you ladies out there are out all the time.  You are comfortable and feel with the city.  I am 70, 6 ft. tall and weigh, well, I wear an 18.  Please help a neophyte gurl out with suggestions on – well, everything.  PLEASE!

 

The hotel I start from: Probably Tucumcari, NM. Small independent operation or chain?  Day ending around Effingham, IL. Check into a major chain, i.e. Best Western, or a small independent?  The restaurant:  Chain like a Denny’s or Mom & Pop?  I know that everyone wears jeans, but I want to wear a dress.  I don’t think it would be that out of place.  Should I go with flats or the short heel?  I feel a dress gets heel.

 

HELP PLEASE!

 


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Jenna Nicol...
Jenna Nicol...

Happy New Year 2017

January 1st, 2017 8:38 pm EST

Happy New Year! What an evening! This evening I went to DSW in guy mode and bought two pair of shoes. I really wanted to go out as Jenna when I returned home from this shopping trip. My wife had no objections and so I got ready. Amazingly, I was ready to go in less than 30 minutes.

I went to Menards with no intentions on buying anything. I walked around looking for mirrors so that I could see myself in different lighting and different surroundings. The bedroom department provided many viewing options. It was so wonderful seeing myself looking like I know I should.

I then went to Target and actually did some shopping. I found a nice top, a bracelet and a wristlet. I enjoyed going into the fitting room to try on the top. I felt so...normal and alive. I walked around the store a while before checking out and leaving.

What a great start to 2017! I hope your year started just as great as mine did.

Hugs


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Lynne Love
Lynne Love

HH

December 25th, 2016 8:20 am EST

Happy holidays to all and have a great new year xoxooxo


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Jeri Leaf
Jeri Leaf

A Real Live Knight in Shining Armor

December 7th, 2016 3:10 pm EST

I have never been one to go in for the whole stars aligning thing.  I have met some incredible women in my life and a few of those encounters turned into great relationships of varying length.  Only twice have I had real electric reactions and true chemistry with someone and those turned into the longest two relationships I have had.

 

That taken into account I have recently learned that things happen when you least expect them and from sources that you may not anticipate or have planned for even in the slightest.  Last night is the most recent example of that for me…

 

I went out yesterday afternoon for no particular reason other than feeling motivated to take the time to dress nice before leaving.  I put on my favorite skinny jeans, a cute top with cold shoulder sleeves to show off my tattoos.  I brought it all together with a great pair of knee high boots with furry trim and a comfy fur coat that matches the boots perfectly.  No not real fur, I love animals too much.  I loved how I looked and felt very confident in my outfit.  

 

I stopped to see my girlfriends at a nice resale store.  I had a haircut with my favorite stylist and very good friend.  Then I went to the mall for some shopping.  So pretty much a normal afternoon and evening out.  Or so I thought…

 

While shopping in Macys I was walking across one of the central aisles and heading into the dress department.  As I was stepping from the tile floor of the aisle to the carpet of the dress displays I stuck a heel and fell!  

 

Now I have never fallen in heels.  Never once in several years.  I have ran across uneven pavement.  I have walked on ice.  I have danced really hard for hours on end.  Through all of that I have always kept my feet under me.  So I find it pretty funny that a quarter inch high piece of trim between two types of flooring got me.  The good news is I managed to catch myself on a dress display and avoid hitting the ground.  The bad news is I hurt my ankle and worse I ripped my jeans badly.  

 

At that moment only my clear thinking and confidence kept me from taking off my boots and running from the Macys.  I was that embarrassed.  Instead I went into the nearest dressing room and sat down in a cubicle to regroup and pull myself together.  My jeans were wrecked and I did not want to go back out in the store in them.  My ankle really hurt and I was very close to tears which meant my makeup was seconds away from meltdown.  I sat in that cubicle and just tried to breath for a few minutes.  At least I had some privacy and relative safety.  In moments like that it is so important to allow yourself to calm down and think before you act.

 

Once I got myself under control I took out my cell phone and called the Macys I was in.  I spoke to a nice lady named Janet and explained my situation.  She was very concerned for me and offered to send someone right away.  I love my local Macys more than I can explain!  That being said I expected them to send someone with an absolutely horrible pair of jeans in any size but mine.  At that moment I was so grateful that they were going to help me that I would have gladly paid full price for a pair of sweat pants.  I waited and snapped selfies while making silly faces to cheer myself up until I heard someone come down the fitting room hallway.  They stopped and knocked on my door.  I got up, composed myself as best I could and let them in.  When I saw who they sent my heart literally skipped a beat.

 

An incredibly tall man was waiting outside the door.  He had short dark hair.  Was dressed very well and had a warm smile.  Also he was absolutely gorgeous!  Really really realllllly gorgeous…did I mention he was gorgeous?

 

Considering I have never dated a man in my life and was firmly convinced I was arrow straight that is saying something.  Apparently I am not that straight.  If you had seen him you would understand that no one is that straight.  Yes, bisexuals network of America.  Sign me up!

 

The first thing he did was make sure I was ok.  He asked if I was hurt and I saw genuine concern in his face.  I managed to spit out enough words to assure him I was alright.  I explained what happened and he asked my jeans size.  I told him and he left to find a pair for me.  This was a good thing because I needed to sit down again for a brand new set of reasons.  I am extremely proud of the fact that while my mind was trying to process how I could possibly be that attracted to a man that not a moments concern for what others would think of me if I was gay even crossed my mind.  I could really care less.  Sparks are sparks and not only did I get hit full force with them.  I got the distinct feeling that he had too.

 

When he returned I was delighted to note that he had brought me my size as well as the size above and below just in case.  He also had managed to get me the exact same jeans I had torn.  So not only is he kind and extremely handsome but good at his job too.  I managed a little bit of class in thanking him and told him that he was literally my hero.  He gave me that dashing smile and left me to get changed.

 

After getting myself back together I went out to pay for my new jeans and got a chance to chat with him and the lady I had spoken to on the phone.  I asked them for their names so I could call Macys and get them the kudos they richly deserved for treating me so well.  He wrote them down for me.  When I looked at the paper later I not only found their names but also beneath his name was his phone number!  I had thought I would leave that store very embarrassed and wiping away tears.  Instead I left with a smile on my face that still has not gone away.

 

So after texting him and chatting a bit I have a date this weekend.  I am beyond excited and very convinced that even if things do not work out it is going to be a night to remember.  Knights in shining armor still exist.  They live not in their looks but in the kindness they show to others.  They are armed with compassion and empathy instead of swords and lances.  Their prowess is in words and friendly smiles rather than steel.

 

Not every girl gets to meet a real live Lancelot.  Luckily for me I can now check that off my list.

 

 

Ciao-Jeri


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Liliana
Liliana

Ok going to start new Journel

December 1st, 2016 2:04 pm EST

Thought id start a journel to talk about my feelings and other "issues" and hopefully get some usefull feedback.

So today obsessing alot about not being more femine, getting bad past couple of days. Feeling more sad and depresed again. 


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Kathryn  Ca...
Kathryn Ca...

Medical Tourism

November 25th, 2016 9:29 am EST

Just returned from Thailand. Had SRS/GRS (or whatever the current initials are) at Preecha Aesthetic Institute in Bangkok.  Now in the recovery stage.

Doctor knew I was an active person ( the hospital "ratted" me out - I was roaming the various floors with my catheter bag in my hand), and confined me to the hotel for a week.  He told me in no uncertain terms "NO SHOPPING".  How is a girl supposed to live that way?

Yes, I was up and walking around the morning after the surgery.

I had only three days of the three weeks there to really be a tourist. But that did not mean I could not go to blowout bars and get my nails done (hint: get gel nails. At 80% humidity, regular nail polish takes about 6 hours to dry. I destroyed my manicure in 4 hours)

Thailand is food heaven.  I want to go back, there are dozens of dishes I did not get to try and I only got to spend 3.5 hours at the Weekend Market - it has over 35 acres of fantastic shopping.


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Diana Renee
Diana Renee

Returning from a Successful Shopping Day!

November 22nd, 2016 6:47 pm EST

Sunday was definitely a Fall day so with the chilly weather we decided to go and start our Holiday shopping. The Mall was rather busy as I guess many others had the same thoughts about getting out but also being indoors. I would like to say we made a major dent in our gift list, but instead we ended up at several of our favorite stores and ended up splurgging at Nine West and Victoria Secrets where we found some awesome sales on new boots and intimates. Yes we did manage to find a few gifts, but I think we got caught up looking more for things to add to the wardrobes! We stopped and had lunch at one of the sports bars where we caught some of the games and had a couple glasses of wine with some munchies. We lost track of the time and found ourselves walking back out to the car as the sun was coming down...at least the winds had subsided and when we arrived back at the house we opened some more wine and enjoyed the colorful early evening sky...



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