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  • 14 Nov 2021
    Hello everyone, How is everyone ? myself, I am in sissy heaven, I spent Friday, Saturday & Sunday as Joanne. I got to go food shopping, walked my dogs & even raked the lawn, of course my wife was losing her mind, she don't think I should go out in public & let the neighbors see me as Joanne. I don't know why she is the one worried about it, I am the one out there. I told her that I didn't care who sees me, this is who I am. Maybe one day she will get over her fears & go with me when I go out.
    201 Posted by Joanne Watters
  • Hello everyone, How is everyone ? myself, I am in sissy heaven, I spent Friday, Saturday & Sunday as Joanne. I got to go food shopping, walked my dogs & even raked the lawn, of course my wife was losing her mind, she don't think I should go out in public & let the neighbors see me as Joanne. I don't know why she is the one worried about it, I am the one out there. I told her that I didn't care who sees me, this is who I am. Maybe one day she will get over her fears & go with me when I go out.
    Nov 14, 2021 201
  • 26 Mar 2021
    Nature played a cruel joke on me, by giving me the mind of a woman and the body of a guy. Each morning I wake up and have to leave the sweet slumber of a female existence and take on the drab and sad mask of a male.  I've known since I was about 6 years old that I didn't really belong in this body. Growing up in a strict Catholic home, I learned very quickly to pretend to be male, al along feeling my female heart tugging at my mind.  What was first a doubt as to how real my female feelings were, grew stronger over time to a certainty of my female heart. I continued to live the "fake" male life, as in the 60's and 70's, I was unaware that transitioning was even possible.  Had I known then that it was possible, I would have made the decision to transition back then.  As I got older, life kind of got in the way.   As a male, I was very successful in the High Tech industry, made a lot of money, got married and had 2 daughters.  I don't ever regret my children, as I love them.   However, I often wonder how my life had gone if I transitioned in the late 60's. As I write this, I've reached the age where transitioning would not be medically advised, but I could just live as the real me, even if SRS, Facial Feminization and breast implantes would not be advised. (OK maybe get the breast implants).  However, that youthful female form would not be possible now. So now I can only  dream about what might have been.        
    642 Posted by Michelle Gweneth
  • Nature played a cruel joke on me, by giving me the mind of a woman and the body of a guy. Each morning I wake up and have to leave the sweet slumber of a female existence and take on the drab and sad mask of a male.  I've known since I was about 6 years old that I didn't really belong in this body. Growing up in a strict Catholic home, I learned very quickly to pretend to be male, al along feeling my female heart tugging at my mind.  What was first a doubt as to how real my female feelings were, grew stronger over time to a certainty of my female heart. I continued to live the "fake" male life, as in the 60's and 70's, I was unaware that transitioning was even possible.  Had I known then that it was possible, I would have made the decision to transition back then.  As I got older, life kind of got in the way.   As a male, I was very successful in the High Tech industry, made a lot of money, got married and had 2 daughters.  I don't ever regret my children, as I love them.   However, I often wonder how my life had gone if I transitioned in the late 60's. As I write this, I've reached the age where transitioning would not be medically advised, but I could just live as the real me, even if SRS, Facial Feminization and breast implantes would not be advised. (OK maybe get the breast implants).  However, that youthful female form would not be possible now. So now I can only  dream about what might have been.        
    Mar 26, 2021 642
  • 27 Feb 2021
    Wishing...In my mind, I sometimes wish I had a wonderful and youthful body in which to live my life in. I guess each of us has that same wish at some time. My ideal body would be this -
    348 Posted by Michelle Gweneth
  • Wishing...In my mind, I sometimes wish I had a wonderful and youthful body in which to live my life in. I guess each of us has that same wish at some time. My ideal body would be this -
    Feb 27, 2021 348
  • 13 Jan 2021
    Well Hello  My  Sisters  its  been a  long time  since I  ve  wrote a  Blog here  and  I  hope  some will  like  my  Story because  I t  really  did  happen .    I  have  been dressing  more than I  have  in  my  Past .  Since  December  of  2019  My  Whole world went  upside down when  My  Dear  Mother  Passed  away  from  Cancer . She  Lived  with Me since  We  moved  from  the  City  back  in  2012 but  She  knew  of  my  Dressing but did  not support it  .  So  I  have been  working  on  my  apearence and  adding to my  wardrobe along  with  new  wigs and  make  up  .  As  I  said  I  have  been dressing more and  going  out  but  not  in  public . This  Summer  was  great  for  me and  I  did a  lot  of driving in  City  and  Hwy .  On  the  Night  of July 13th  was a  night that  I  will not forget because  I  was  dressed  and  I  was  in  an Accident with  a  Large  Moose .  I  had  been In  Northern Ontario with  a  female  friend when  we  decided to  take  anther  route  that  Crossed  over  the  Border  to  the  Province of  Quebec . this  Route  is  very  sceanic  but  is  a  Major Winter  Emergency  Truck  route .   We desided to  take  this route but  we  was  in  no  hurry  to  return to  Our  City . It  was  sometime  around 10  Pm  when  we  crossed  over  to  Quebec and We  had  no  problems there   was  no  traffic. We  was  making  good  time  as  we  travelled  along and  we  was  followed by  a  Semi who  was  heading  South  like  us .   We was  clipping along good and  I  had  estimated  that  we  would  crossing  back  into  Ontario  sometime around 12 Am . Just  then as  we  headed  down a  long  streach  of  the  hwy  just  we  approched  a  curve in the  hill  in front  of  us  was  a  Large  Moose .  With  No  time  to  react to it  I  struck  and  killed  It !  When I  came to i  was  in a  ditch about 60 feet  in  1  foot  of  water . The  windshield  was  cradleed in in front  of  me and for a  time  i  had no idea  where  I  was . There  was  glass  all  over and  because  I  was  in a  Dress i  had  fragments of  glass  in  my  cleavege . It  was  not  long  befor  i heard someone  say  they would  get  help and  just  before  the  fire department  arrived I  took out  my  breast  forms . With  one  hand  I  reached in the  back  floor to  get  my  running  shoes and  plants then  as  I  tried  to  get them on the  door  opened and  the firemen got  me  out .  I  know this  was  abit  embarissing when I  arrived  in  the  EMG department  of  a  Hospital in  Quebec. I was  checked  out  by  medical  staff and  it  was  discovered  that  I  had  two fractured vertibrea  in  my  Neck . So  I  was  flown to  a  Hospital  in  Montreal to  see  a  specialist .  I  spent  two  weeks  there  before  coming  home . So  If  you  plan to  do  any  travelling when crossed  dressed  be sure  to  be  prepared for  such  things as   "Wild life "  to  cross  your  path  cause  they  sure  can mess  up not  only  your  car but  life  Too !
    434 Posted by Karen Elena Tea
  • Well Hello  My  Sisters  its  been a  long time  since I  ve  wrote a  Blog here  and  I  hope  some will  like  my  Story because  I t  really  did  happen .    I  have  been dressing  more than I  have  in  my  Past .  Since  December  of  2019  My  Whole world went  upside down when  My  Dear  Mother  Passed  away  from  Cancer . She  Lived  with Me since  We  moved  from  the  City  back  in  2012 but  She  knew  of  my  Dressing but did  not support it  .  So  I  have been  working  on  my  apearence and  adding to my  wardrobe along  with  new  wigs and  make  up  .  As  I  said  I  have  been dressing more and  going  out  but  not  in  public . This  Summer  was  great  for  me and  I  did a  lot  of driving in  City  and  Hwy .  On  the  Night  of July 13th  was a  night that  I  will not forget because  I  was  dressed  and  I  was  in  an Accident with  a  Large  Moose .  I  had  been In  Northern Ontario with  a  female  friend when  we  decided to  take  anther  route  that  Crossed  over  the  Border  to  the  Province of  Quebec . this  Route  is  very  sceanic  but  is  a  Major Winter  Emergency  Truck  route .   We desided to  take  this route but  we  was  in  no  hurry  to  return to  Our  City . It  was  sometime  around 10  Pm  when  we  crossed  over  to  Quebec and We  had  no  problems there   was  no  traffic. We  was  making  good  time  as  we  travelled  along and  we  was  followed by  a  Semi who  was  heading  South  like  us .   We was  clipping along good and  I  had  estimated  that  we  would  crossing  back  into  Ontario  sometime around 12 Am . Just  then as  we  headed  down a  long  streach  of  the  hwy  just  we  approched  a  curve in the  hill  in front  of  us  was  a  Large  Moose .  With  No  time  to  react to it  I  struck  and  killed  It !  When I  came to i  was  in a  ditch about 60 feet  in  1  foot  of  water . The  windshield  was  cradleed in in front  of  me and for a  time  i  had no idea  where  I  was . There  was  glass  all  over and  because  I  was  in a  Dress i  had  fragments of  glass  in  my  cleavege . It  was  not  long  befor  i heard someone  say  they would  get  help and  just  before  the  fire department  arrived I  took out  my  breast  forms . With  one  hand  I  reached in the  back  floor to  get  my  running  shoes and  plants then  as  I  tried  to  get them on the  door  opened and  the firemen got  me  out .  I  know this  was  abit  embarissing when I  arrived  in  the  EMG department  of  a  Hospital in  Quebec. I was  checked  out  by  medical  staff and  it  was  discovered  that  I  had  two fractured vertibrea  in  my  Neck . So  I  was  flown to  a  Hospital  in  Montreal to  see  a  specialist .  I  spent  two  weeks  there  before  coming  home . So  If  you  plan to  do  any  travelling when crossed  dressed  be sure  to  be  prepared for  such  things as   "Wild life "  to  cross  your  path  cause  they  sure  can mess  up not  only  your  car but  life  Too !
    Jan 13, 2021 434
  • 21 Nov 2020
    It’s been estimated that Transgender people are twice as likely to think about and attempt suicide than LGB people.  The suicide rates for Transgender people are far, far higher than the national averages in most countries.  It’s difficult to know exactly though, because gender identity is not normally recorded on death certificates.However, in the United States, a survey carried out in 2015 by the National Center for Transgender Equality showed that around 40% of adults who took part reported having attempted suicide at some stage in their lifetime.  That’s nearly nine times the normal rate of attempted suicide among the general US population.We want all of our members to stay safe and the good news is that there are many good people out there who are able to help those of us who are feeling so depressed that we just want it all to stop.  This is fixable.  We just need to allow others to help. Below is a list of mainly support hotlines for several English speaking countries which are generally where our members come from.  Most are able to offer additional support and resources in each of their respective countries.   I want you to promise me that if you ever find that you can’t cope, that you will try calling one of these hotlines before you do anything silly. Promise? United States LGBT National Help Center - calls answered in the US and Canada, chat international LGBT National Hotline 888-843-4564 LGBT National Youth Talkline 800-246-7743 LGBT National Senior Hotline 888-234-7243 LGBT Online chat (all ages) www.lgbthotline.org/chat www.lgbthotline.org   Blackline - 24 hour hotline support geared towards POC, Native and Muslim LGBTQI community 800-604-5841 www.callblackline.com   Crisis Text Line - Not LGBT specific but trained and supportive. Text: 741741 www.crisistextline.org   DeQH Helpline - LGBTQ hotline for South Asian individuals. 908-367-3374 www.deqh.org   IM Alive - online crisis chat service.  Not LGBT specific but affirming and supportive www.imalive.org   Translate line - Trans specific support hotline US: 877-565-8860 Canada: 877-330-6366 www.translifeline.org   Trevor Project - LGBTQ suicide prevention hotline for 25 and younger 866-488-7386 www.thetrevorproject.org   US National Orgs FORGE - national Trans org forced on anti-violence 414-559-2123 www.forge-forward.org   Transgender, Gender-variant, and Intersex Justice Project - legal services and advoacy 415-554-8591 www.tgijp.org   Transgender Law Center - national trans legal support 510-587-9898 www.transgenderlawcenter.org   England The Switchboard - LGBT support hotline- answers calls in England, Scotland and Wales 020 7837 6768 switchboard.lgbt   Ireland LGBT Ireland - LGBT support hotline 1890 929 539 www.lgbt.ie   Scotland LGBT Health and Wellbeing  - LGBT hotline 0141 271 2330 www.lgbthealth.org.uk   Wales LGBT Cymru Helpline - LGBT support hotline 01792 828057 or 0800 980 4021 www.lgbtcymru.org.uk Canada LGBT Youthline for those 29 and younger 800-268-9688 also provides online chat www.youthline.ca   The Canada Suicide Prevention Service1.833.456.4566 Available 24/7/365 in both English and Frenchhttps://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/     South Africa Gay and Lesbian Network - LGBT hotline 033 342 6165 gaylesbian.org.za   Australia Q Life 1800 184 527 www.qlife.org.au   Lifeline - 24 hour suicide prevention hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 02 6215 6215 9400 www.lifeline.org.au   Northern Ireland Lifeline - crisis hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 0808 808 8000 www.lifelinehelpline.info   New Zealand Outline NZ - LGBT support hotline 0800 688 5463 www.outline.org.nz
    424 Posted by Katie Glover
  • It’s been estimated that Transgender people are twice as likely to think about and attempt suicide than LGB people.  The suicide rates for Transgender people are far, far higher than the national averages in most countries.  It’s difficult to know exactly though, because gender identity is not normally recorded on death certificates.However, in the United States, a survey carried out in 2015 by the National Center for Transgender Equality showed that around 40% of adults who took part reported having attempted suicide at some stage in their lifetime.  That’s nearly nine times the normal rate of attempted suicide among the general US population.We want all of our members to stay safe and the good news is that there are many good people out there who are able to help those of us who are feeling so depressed that we just want it all to stop.  This is fixable.  We just need to allow others to help. Below is a list of mainly support hotlines for several English speaking countries which are generally where our members come from.  Most are able to offer additional support and resources in each of their respective countries.   I want you to promise me that if you ever find that you can’t cope, that you will try calling one of these hotlines before you do anything silly. Promise? United States LGBT National Help Center - calls answered in the US and Canada, chat international LGBT National Hotline 888-843-4564 LGBT National Youth Talkline 800-246-7743 LGBT National Senior Hotline 888-234-7243 LGBT Online chat (all ages) www.lgbthotline.org/chat www.lgbthotline.org   Blackline - 24 hour hotline support geared towards POC, Native and Muslim LGBTQI community 800-604-5841 www.callblackline.com   Crisis Text Line - Not LGBT specific but trained and supportive. Text: 741741 www.crisistextline.org   DeQH Helpline - LGBTQ hotline for South Asian individuals. 908-367-3374 www.deqh.org   IM Alive - online crisis chat service.  Not LGBT specific but affirming and supportive www.imalive.org   Translate line - Trans specific support hotline US: 877-565-8860 Canada: 877-330-6366 www.translifeline.org   Trevor Project - LGBTQ suicide prevention hotline for 25 and younger 866-488-7386 www.thetrevorproject.org   US National Orgs FORGE - national Trans org forced on anti-violence 414-559-2123 www.forge-forward.org   Transgender, Gender-variant, and Intersex Justice Project - legal services and advoacy 415-554-8591 www.tgijp.org   Transgender Law Center - national trans legal support 510-587-9898 www.transgenderlawcenter.org   England The Switchboard - LGBT support hotline- answers calls in England, Scotland and Wales 020 7837 6768 switchboard.lgbt   Ireland LGBT Ireland - LGBT support hotline 1890 929 539 www.lgbt.ie   Scotland LGBT Health and Wellbeing  - LGBT hotline 0141 271 2330 www.lgbthealth.org.uk   Wales LGBT Cymru Helpline - LGBT support hotline 01792 828057 or 0800 980 4021 www.lgbtcymru.org.uk Canada LGBT Youthline for those 29 and younger 800-268-9688 also provides online chat www.youthline.ca   The Canada Suicide Prevention Service1.833.456.4566 Available 24/7/365 in both English and Frenchhttps://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/     South Africa Gay and Lesbian Network - LGBT hotline 033 342 6165 gaylesbian.org.za   Australia Q Life 1800 184 527 www.qlife.org.au   Lifeline - 24 hour suicide prevention hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 02 6215 6215 9400 www.lifeline.org.au   Northern Ireland Lifeline - crisis hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 0808 808 8000 www.lifelinehelpline.info   New Zealand Outline NZ - LGBT support hotline 0800 688 5463 www.outline.org.nz
    Nov 21, 2020 424
  • 20 Oct 2020
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    460 Posted by Katie Glover
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  • 28 Aug 2020
    Locksdown, the period when absenteeism from normal life enables you to grow your hair and enjoy the lengths that you can go to. Salons reopen but the Masks remain on as you suggest that perhaps it’s time to try a new longer style. Now is the crunch, second cut post reopening, and yet you still enjoy the length and so bounce out. Torment for a closet dweller, you are a woman in your head and now increasingly on your head. Gosh it’s so nice to wear something openly... What lengths we go to. X
    466 Posted by Rachel de Blanc
  • Locksdown, the period when absenteeism from normal life enables you to grow your hair and enjoy the lengths that you can go to. Salons reopen but the Masks remain on as you suggest that perhaps it’s time to try a new longer style. Now is the crunch, second cut post reopening, and yet you still enjoy the length and so bounce out. Torment for a closet dweller, you are a woman in your head and now increasingly on your head. Gosh it’s so nice to wear something openly... What lengths we go to. X
    Aug 28, 2020 466
  • 17 Feb 2020
    Hello Ladies - Ms Briana Andromeda Purcell - the one and only Galaxy Girl here - and this is on my business card too - plus that is my real and legal name - did so last year in August - can you believe it?! Sorry have not had time to post on updates - life has been one grand and great things after another. I went out with friends 2-3 times per month last year and wore 8 different dresses, went and spent the night at a friend's home, spent Thanksgiving and Christmas with 3 different friends and their families last year, visited more restaurants than I can count, and wore a skirt, as these are my favorite attire 6 or 7 days a week for the last 2 years and counting. Not only did I change my name legally in court but not it is on every imaginable document - soc sec, driver's license ( and YES it ways I am a girl - finally ), bank account, all other electronic systems out there - ebay and such, plus you can find me on facebook as my name too.  I have host of friends from here at Gender Society and interestingly from high school - many of whom are my gal pals and we take many of these adventures I mention and all noted here are on facebook and chat it up regularly. I walk into my local grocery store and a cashier and friend calls out my name across the store, I go to the pharmacist and my prescriptions are in my name, same is true of my bank, and even a local restaurant I frequent I am quite the regular and am very well received. Further not only did I have an interview and hit the ball out of the galaxy as myself and use my published book as my resume, I am my life's passion - teaching - as a professor at a local college and teach what I love Physics and Astronomy - currently - as of this writing I am in the midst of a semester in Astronomy and loving it!!! Imagine being yourself morning noon and night, the moment you walk onto the porch and go in any direction - your name is known and people greet you as you and you go to work and you are you in the past, the present, and the future since anyone who meet you - you are you always as you you in your heat, mind, and soul. This is my life now. I cannot relate the elation, joy, and pure bliss of being - be it a sunny or rainy day - I am me and all is well. nothing is more empowering or uplifting as being whole and happy in life. Being in front of the class long ago I was not me yet and always felt off and unbalanced - now out, fully me and teaching what I love I feel the depth of my being and soul and the whole of the topics that I guide the young people into and through.  There are many new and other adventures in life ahead of course and not all things are perfect - but I come to see the nature of my being - always in motion, a dynamic force - always for good and positivity - and expressing joy. I smile all the time and will shed a few tears of joy - did so 4 times last week driving to and from my career not believing the beauty of my life. I have grown in more dimensions than I can fully relate and only use words each of which needs time over coffee for full range of explanation - I have grown, evolved, and blossomed in terms of body, mind, socially, emotionally, and spiritually to become the whole, caring, creative, intelligent, kind, beautiful and brilliant woman I am. That is the one thing I did not expect - physical changes aside as they were hoped for and  somewhat expected in all this, it is the blossoming of my whole being - the total emergence of the girl I have been all along since childhood inside along so many other personal dimensions.  I am ever at work in artistic ways - took a couple of fun glass classes and wish to do that as an art form plus learn crocheting and/or knitting, am at work on the rewrite of my book to add my name and my voice to it plus pictures finally, along with exploring my sci-fi story series long ago which secretly had me and now there are a new flourish of ideas growing in me once again, plus a bio story as well in the works. Plus being the teacher I am and crafting all sorts of ideas for the classroom. May consider other art forms too, like tiles and such. Even made a cute 'lunchbox' adorned with young-minded frivality that is cute and fun. I am incredibly far more social than I ever was decades ago, even friends I had as a child who are my gal pals now, commented as such. I thank my friends daily in my thoughts and prayers as they are the ones who helped my open all  of these new doors and explore new pathways in the last 3 years plus seeing my doctor and being on hormones and such in that time. Mind you despite the speed of these times I love the energy and flow but this was no where near my life even as little as 3 years ago. I came out a scant 8 years back and up to 3 years ago the best I could do was on occasion race out the door to the local store run in buy something and come home and not really much if anything else. Besides myself sitting on my bed in a skirt was and still is my cat who knew my secret. I will share other elements so this piece will evolve a bit - just jotting the initial frame at the time plus below are some selected photos over time as well - such as me in a dress a friend measured me for in the first time into my women's bathroom in a public place that she bought for me and I used in my court day for my name and she drove me there and such : Love you all, may your dreams become the story of truth and reality for you in your journey : Ms Briana Andromeda Purcell the one and only Galaxy Girl          
    711 Posted by Briana Purcell
  • Hello Ladies - Ms Briana Andromeda Purcell - the one and only Galaxy Girl here - and this is on my business card too - plus that is my real and legal name - did so last year in August - can you believe it?! Sorry have not had time to post on updates - life has been one grand and great things after another. I went out with friends 2-3 times per month last year and wore 8 different dresses, went and spent the night at a friend's home, spent Thanksgiving and Christmas with 3 different friends and their families last year, visited more restaurants than I can count, and wore a skirt, as these are my favorite attire 6 or 7 days a week for the last 2 years and counting. Not only did I change my name legally in court but not it is on every imaginable document - soc sec, driver's license ( and YES it ways I am a girl - finally ), bank account, all other electronic systems out there - ebay and such, plus you can find me on facebook as my name too.  I have host of friends from here at Gender Society and interestingly from high school - many of whom are my gal pals and we take many of these adventures I mention and all noted here are on facebook and chat it up regularly. I walk into my local grocery store and a cashier and friend calls out my name across the store, I go to the pharmacist and my prescriptions are in my name, same is true of my bank, and even a local restaurant I frequent I am quite the regular and am very well received. Further not only did I have an interview and hit the ball out of the galaxy as myself and use my published book as my resume, I am my life's passion - teaching - as a professor at a local college and teach what I love Physics and Astronomy - currently - as of this writing I am in the midst of a semester in Astronomy and loving it!!! Imagine being yourself morning noon and night, the moment you walk onto the porch and go in any direction - your name is known and people greet you as you and you go to work and you are you in the past, the present, and the future since anyone who meet you - you are you always as you you in your heat, mind, and soul. This is my life now. I cannot relate the elation, joy, and pure bliss of being - be it a sunny or rainy day - I am me and all is well. nothing is more empowering or uplifting as being whole and happy in life. Being in front of the class long ago I was not me yet and always felt off and unbalanced - now out, fully me and teaching what I love I feel the depth of my being and soul and the whole of the topics that I guide the young people into and through.  There are many new and other adventures in life ahead of course and not all things are perfect - but I come to see the nature of my being - always in motion, a dynamic force - always for good and positivity - and expressing joy. I smile all the time and will shed a few tears of joy - did so 4 times last week driving to and from my career not believing the beauty of my life. I have grown in more dimensions than I can fully relate and only use words each of which needs time over coffee for full range of explanation - I have grown, evolved, and blossomed in terms of body, mind, socially, emotionally, and spiritually to become the whole, caring, creative, intelligent, kind, beautiful and brilliant woman I am. That is the one thing I did not expect - physical changes aside as they were hoped for and  somewhat expected in all this, it is the blossoming of my whole being - the total emergence of the girl I have been all along since childhood inside along so many other personal dimensions.  I am ever at work in artistic ways - took a couple of fun glass classes and wish to do that as an art form plus learn crocheting and/or knitting, am at work on the rewrite of my book to add my name and my voice to it plus pictures finally, along with exploring my sci-fi story series long ago which secretly had me and now there are a new flourish of ideas growing in me once again, plus a bio story as well in the works. Plus being the teacher I am and crafting all sorts of ideas for the classroom. May consider other art forms too, like tiles and such. Even made a cute 'lunchbox' adorned with young-minded frivality that is cute and fun. I am incredibly far more social than I ever was decades ago, even friends I had as a child who are my gal pals now, commented as such. I thank my friends daily in my thoughts and prayers as they are the ones who helped my open all  of these new doors and explore new pathways in the last 3 years plus seeing my doctor and being on hormones and such in that time. Mind you despite the speed of these times I love the energy and flow but this was no where near my life even as little as 3 years ago. I came out a scant 8 years back and up to 3 years ago the best I could do was on occasion race out the door to the local store run in buy something and come home and not really much if anything else. Besides myself sitting on my bed in a skirt was and still is my cat who knew my secret. I will share other elements so this piece will evolve a bit - just jotting the initial frame at the time plus below are some selected photos over time as well - such as me in a dress a friend measured me for in the first time into my women's bathroom in a public place that she bought for me and I used in my court day for my name and she drove me there and such : Love you all, may your dreams become the story of truth and reality for you in your journey : Ms Briana Andromeda Purcell the one and only Galaxy Girl          
    Feb 17, 2020 711
  • 07 Feb 2020
    Hi, I'll be brief. I have been shaving, around my groin and upper legs, in unseen locations. There is absolute pleasure in the smoothness of skin, which becomes sensual when even relatively fine body hair is removed.  It's difficult to draw a line in the lather. I'd like to shave entirely, and recall a former member here stating that all body hair below the eyebrows 'Should go'. But it's always too difficult to stop isn't it, all of this. The hair on my head isn't long enough, ears are un-pierced, nails are too short. Mannerisms are restrained, emotions contained. There will be point when I trip up, when I think the disguise remains stronger than it is, and when the evidence is laid bare. At the moment, I just have the bare-faced cheek, and upper legs. Rachel x 
    629 Posted by Rachel de Blanc
  • Hi, I'll be brief. I have been shaving, around my groin and upper legs, in unseen locations. There is absolute pleasure in the smoothness of skin, which becomes sensual when even relatively fine body hair is removed.  It's difficult to draw a line in the lather. I'd like to shave entirely, and recall a former member here stating that all body hair below the eyebrows 'Should go'. But it's always too difficult to stop isn't it, all of this. The hair on my head isn't long enough, ears are un-pierced, nails are too short. Mannerisms are restrained, emotions contained. There will be point when I trip up, when I think the disguise remains stronger than it is, and when the evidence is laid bare. At the moment, I just have the bare-faced cheek, and upper legs. Rachel x 
    Feb 07, 2020 629
  • 08 Dec 2019
    Well Its December and  another Winter in  Northern Ontario  ,Canada. December has  come once again and  it  seams like every years at this  time  of  year I  hear of a "Death" or  passing  of  someone . I  ve  lost many in this  month since 2012  .  First it  was  my  Father then last  year my  Mother and a  family friend who  was  like an uncle to  me since  childhood  and  Now  another . I  loved Christmas growing up because  I  loved having  family  and  friends around but now all that is  gone . it  has  become very  difficult as  of  late hearing Christmas  music on the  radio  or in a  Mall  or  store . It  has  been hard at  times  for me to stomach all this because of  all this  sadness .  Its  almost a  year since  my  Mother 's passing and  almost everyday has  been a struggle . My  life has  been upside down since  that  night and  has  forever changed .  I  know  live alone but it  has  not stopped  me from  dressing in  fact I  spend more  time as  "Karen" at  home then I used  too. I  have been pushing  myself to  be  "out" more but still not  yet  in  full public . I  have  many times  worn a  "bra" under  my  T  shirts but without  forms . I  have on a  few occasions gone  on a  "  day  trip" Fully  dressed  and it  felt  "Great " . I  've  even met this "Online Friend " in  person  Fully  dressed and  make up  at  her  place and with  other  strangers around . It  was  abit  nerve racking at  first but  I  later  found  out that  I  looked "Passable " and  they  thought I  was  "Real " . So  For  now I  'm  just  hoping to  get  thru another month and perhaps without anymore problems  or  "Death  " . There is a  brighter side to  my  story and  that  is I  have a  "GG"  Girl friend  who  soon  will be  my  Wife " .  We  are  planning to "Marry" sometime in the  New  Year and  I 'am looking forwards to it .  So  I  hope that  All  my  friends and  Sisters here have a  Great  "Christmas and  Happy New Year "  Wow !   2020  Here  I  come  !! 
    712 Posted by Karen Elena Tea
  • Well Its December and  another Winter in  Northern Ontario  ,Canada. December has  come once again and  it  seams like every years at this  time  of  year I  hear of a "Death" or  passing  of  someone . I  ve  lost many in this  month since 2012  .  First it  was  my  Father then last  year my  Mother and a  family friend who  was  like an uncle to  me since  childhood  and  Now  another . I  loved Christmas growing up because  I  loved having  family  and  friends around but now all that is  gone . it  has  become very  difficult as  of  late hearing Christmas  music on the  radio  or in a  Mall  or  store . It  has  been hard at  times  for me to stomach all this because of  all this  sadness .  Its  almost a  year since  my  Mother 's passing and  almost everyday has  been a struggle . My  life has  been upside down since  that  night and  has  forever changed .  I  know  live alone but it  has  not stopped  me from  dressing in  fact I  spend more  time as  "Karen" at  home then I used  too. I  have been pushing  myself to  be  "out" more but still not  yet  in  full public . I  have  many times  worn a  "bra" under  my  T  shirts but without  forms . I  have on a  few occasions gone  on a  "  day  trip" Fully  dressed  and it  felt  "Great " . I  've  even met this "Online Friend " in  person  Fully  dressed and  make up  at  her  place and with  other  strangers around . It  was  abit  nerve racking at  first but  I  later  found  out that  I  looked "Passable " and  they  thought I  was  "Real " . So  For  now I  'm  just  hoping to  get  thru another month and perhaps without anymore problems  or  "Death  " . There is a  brighter side to  my  story and  that  is I  have a  "GG"  Girl friend  who  soon  will be  my  Wife " .  We  are  planning to "Marry" sometime in the  New  Year and  I 'am looking forwards to it .  So  I  hope that  All  my  friends and  Sisters here have a  Great  "Christmas and  Happy New Year "  Wow !   2020  Here  I  come  !! 
    Dec 08, 2019 712