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Member Type: Male to Female Transsexual
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East Sussex United Kingdom
May 8, 1966
If I had known twenty years ago what I know now....
that buying girly clothes in department stores is easy, nobody is bothered, they just want your money.....
that marrying a girl is not the same as being a girl......
that being around sexy clothes does not give you the right to wear them.....
that the majority of people are happy to let you be who you are.....
that showing your feminine side does not involve just putting on a skirt.....
that there are a lot of T-girls in the same situation.....
that it is frustrating seeing somebody else in the role you want to occupy.
Basically I am a forty something transsexual. I call myself a transexual because I feel like a woman inside. To me a crossdresser or a transvestite is someone who dresses for fun. That is my take on the words. I sometimes refer to myself a pre-op transexual because it is less depressing than no-op.
I have blonde hair, but not long enough. Blue eyes. Average build. I do not smoke. I drink occasionally. I am 5'9" tall.
However I am now married with children. As a result transition is unlikely, at least for the foreseeable future. My partner recently found out about me and has been amazingly understanding, helping me to shop, giving me advice about fashion, make up, jewellery, allowing my to shave.....
I want to be the one wearing the pretty clothes.
I want to be the one bought perfume and flowers.
I want to be able to wear floral and pink clothes without being ridiculed
I want to be able to show my feminine side all the time, not just when the mood allows.
I want to be able to have a glass of wine in a bar.
I want to be able to ask someone else to put oil and water in my car (that is not a metaphor).
I want to be able to put my car keys in a handbag, not a pocket.
Hopefully that can start to happen now.
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