Welcome to the Gender Society. Established in 1999, The Gender Society is one of the largest online communities for transvestites, crossdressers, transsexuals and transgendered people in the world today, with members right around the globe. We also cater for the families and friends of transgendered people and for their admirers.
Need information? Worried that you might be a transvestite or a crossdresser or, heaven forbid... a transsexual? No problem. We are a self-help group with heaps of members who’ll be only too glad to give you the benefit of their knowledge and experience. Sift through hundreds of articles on transgender related subjects and tens of thousands of forum posts on crossdressing and transsexuality.
Post a question in the forums or get one-to-one advice from other members by visiting our chat rooms. Post some personal ads in our classifieds area, check out our transgender picture galleries, our member’s blogs and use the member search facility (for finding transgendered people near you). We offer a transgender related video archive like YouTube, where you can learn how to apply false eyelashes or develop a female voice and much, much, more.
Don't forget our free, bi-monthly, glossy, transgender lifestyle magazine - Frock!
We also have heaps of new features and benefits with new items being added all the time. And remember, although we do like you to become a Full Member if you find yourself here a lot, Basic Membership is free! I so hope you'll like what we've done with your community.
Hugs, Katie x
My son - approaching five years old, has expressed a desire to own the dress from Disney's 'Frozen'. I listen to my wife explain this to me, and she discourages me from reacting insensitively to his request. I feign indifference but inwardly recoil, not because of some macho reaction to my son's current proclivity towards Princess dresses, but in fear that this might be more than a child-like intrigue. I would not wish him to be as troubled as me. I too am frozen for the moment but warmly loving.
Well, here's that update I warned you about. Had my first meeting with my gender specialist. I like her a lot and she's one of the few gender specialist in Indiana. We actually had a video conference instead of my driving all the way to the other end of the state to meet her face to face. Her end of the video feed was great. My end, she said, not so much. I guess it was tough for her to see me at all (maybe a blessing in disquise). She asked me why I thought might be transgendered rather than just a garden variety crossdresser. When I told her that I first knew there was something "wrong" with me at age 4 and that I had broken mother's heart by asking for an "Easy Bake" oven rather that a Red Ryder BB gun when I was six, she just nodded ...