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  • 17 Sep 2016
    How is everybody doing? I just felt the need to rant a bit (again lol). I think I mentioned how my dad and I got dumbells so I could start lifting and I was wondering since he bought them if maybe he was accepting me (not really what this is about). I've been looking at workouts online and of course wishing I could look like these huge guys (knowing I could never get THAT big). Problem is, I read that it's a myth that if a girl lifts weights they'll get bulky. So, that means no matter how much I lift, I can't get bulky at all because I'm a girl on the outside? Just more disappointment if it's true, but then again, I guess it just means I have to do more than just lift. (Like T-shots or something). 
    415 Posted by Kris McKinley
  • How is everybody doing? I just felt the need to rant a bit (again lol). I think I mentioned how my dad and I got dumbells so I could start lifting and I was wondering since he bought them if maybe he was accepting me (not really what this is about). I've been looking at workouts online and of course wishing I could look like these huge guys (knowing I could never get THAT big). Problem is, I read that it's a myth that if a girl lifts weights they'll get bulky. So, that means no matter how much I lift, I can't get bulky at all because I'm a girl on the outside? Just more disappointment if it's true, but then again, I guess it just means I have to do more than just lift. (Like T-shots or something). 
    Sep 17, 2016 415
  • 15 Sep 2016
    Questions, therefore not to be quoted as a scientific study, submitted to a random selection of Transgender female adults. If you had serious wealth and momey was simply no object, would you go for which of the following surgical proceedures.......? Surprisingly, the survey did not include:-  - Elevation (subtle) of the eyebrows and reconstruction of the orbito-frontal area  - Capillary Micro-transplant Surgery  - Feminising rhinoplasty (may be nose remodelling)  - chinplasty  - Tracheal shave     Survey results: Fat reduction                54% Wrinkle eradication       26% Breast Enhancement *  19% Nose remodelling      *  18% Lip enhancement           7% Buttock enhancement    5% Vaginal modelling          4% Simply no idea              2%   * may consider
  • Questions, therefore not to be quoted as a scientific study, submitted to a random selection of Transgender female adults. If you had serious wealth and momey was simply no object, would you go for which of the following surgical proceedures.......? Surprisingly, the survey did not include:-  - Elevation (subtle) of the eyebrows and reconstruction of the orbito-frontal area  - Capillary Micro-transplant Surgery  - Feminising rhinoplasty (may be nose remodelling)  - chinplasty  - Tracheal shave     Survey results: Fat reduction                54% Wrinkle eradication       26% Breast Enhancement *  19% Nose remodelling      *  18% Lip enhancement           7% Buttock enhancement    5% Vaginal modelling          4% Simply no idea              2%   * may consider
    Sep 15, 2016 2256
  • 04 Sep 2016
    Hi gang, It's been way over a year since my surgery (Feb 10, 2015 - I'll never forget this date!) and only just gotten around to experimenting with stimulating myself. Of course my depression has a lot to do with that, bc depression, and the Rx's for it, contribute to low Lobito. Anyway, maybe it is all the attractive women I see at work, but I became aroused last week, and began, umm, experimenting! Now much of what I am going to say comes from a discussion with my surgeon afterwards, because I did not know how an orgasm for a post-op GRS patient manifests itself. My first feeling was the feeling one gets with an erection, not surprising since my clitoris is made from the head of my penis; this is also the feeling a cis woman gets. But the climax is really just mental, bc there is no "ejaculation" anymore, nor is there any fluid discharged from the neo-vagina. The neo-vagina is a "dead-end" cavity that does not secrete any fluid or lubrication the way a natal vagina does. The fluid that drained out next to my finger was just warmed-up, less viscous gel lube I had used. You do have a euphoric feeling afterward, which I have not been able to repeat the second, and only, subsequent time I tried. It was disappointing not being able to repeat the "orgasm"and I haven't had the urge again yet to try again. Well, maybe that woman will come into the store again....my reason for experimenting. I think she likes me. Yikes!
    2817 Posted by robin w
  • By robin w
    Hi gang, It's been way over a year since my surgery (Feb 10, 2015 - I'll never forget this date!) and only just gotten around to experimenting with stimulating myself. Of course my depression has a lot to do with that, bc depression, and the Rx's for it, contribute to low Lobito. Anyway, maybe it is all the attractive women I see at work, but I became aroused last week, and began, umm, experimenting! Now much of what I am going to say comes from a discussion with my surgeon afterwards, because I did not know how an orgasm for a post-op GRS patient manifests itself. My first feeling was the feeling one gets with an erection, not surprising since my clitoris is made from the head of my penis; this is also the feeling a cis woman gets. But the climax is really just mental, bc there is no "ejaculation" anymore, nor is there any fluid discharged from the neo-vagina. The neo-vagina is a "dead-end" cavity that does not secrete any fluid or lubrication the way a natal vagina does. The fluid that drained out next to my finger was just warmed-up, less viscous gel lube I had used. You do have a euphoric feeling afterward, which I have not been able to repeat the second, and only, subsequent time I tried. It was disappointing not being able to repeat the "orgasm"and I haven't had the urge again yet to try again. Well, maybe that woman will come into the store again....my reason for experimenting. I think she likes me. Yikes!
    Sep 04, 2016 2817
  • 03 Sep 2016
    Nikki arrived first at 'Via' in Manchester's Gay Village. She was sat on a high stool, showing off her graceful legs, in a corner of the bar, exquisitely dressed as usual in 'Chanel' with a full glass of Chardonnay. When she returned with my glass, she told me that she had just got rid of a persistent well-dressed French businesman-type, who insisted on buying her another drink and enjoying the evening with her. I replied "You lucky girl, nothing like that has ever happened to me!". She retorted (bitch) " Are you in any way surprised, dear".   Within five minutes, whilst deciding where to eat, we were joined by two smarlty dressed, suited and tied English Businessmen, apparently on the same tack (was there an annual 'Screwing" convention they were all attending?).  We politely refused their kind and insistent requests to buy us a drink and join us for the evening. One then politely asked me if we were 'on the game'!   I thought for a second, and then replied "Not as yet, we still obtain adequate renumeration from our present employment". Down but not out, he asked "What do you girls do for a living?" I gently but firmly replied   "She is the District Recorder for Manchester, and I am the next rung up. I sit in the High Court in London, as a Judge".   Game, Set and Match: off to 'Velvet' for the usual lovely meal served by the sweet boys, feeling great!
  • Nikki arrived first at 'Via' in Manchester's Gay Village. She was sat on a high stool, showing off her graceful legs, in a corner of the bar, exquisitely dressed as usual in 'Chanel' with a full glass of Chardonnay. When she returned with my glass, she told me that she had just got rid of a persistent well-dressed French businesman-type, who insisted on buying her another drink and enjoying the evening with her. I replied "You lucky girl, nothing like that has ever happened to me!". She retorted (bitch) " Are you in any way surprised, dear".   Within five minutes, whilst deciding where to eat, we were joined by two smarlty dressed, suited and tied English Businessmen, apparently on the same tack (was there an annual 'Screwing" convention they were all attending?).  We politely refused their kind and insistent requests to buy us a drink and join us for the evening. One then politely asked me if we were 'on the game'!   I thought for a second, and then replied "Not as yet, we still obtain adequate renumeration from our present employment". Down but not out, he asked "What do you girls do for a living?" I gently but firmly replied   "She is the District Recorder for Manchester, and I am the next rung up. I sit in the High Court in London, as a Judge".   Game, Set and Match: off to 'Velvet' for the usual lovely meal served by the sweet boys, feeling great!
    Sep 03, 2016 522
  • 31 Aug 2016
    How's everybody doing today(night)? I just felt like blogging and thought I'd share that I finally got myself to practice driving and get comfortable behind the wheel of a car. I actually steered better than I thought I would so I'm hoping it just gets easier from here. If you read my recent blogs, you'll know how nervous I was about driving so I'm just glad that I actually got behind the wheel at all lol. So that's the good news. The bad news is even though I thought my mom was on board with me being trans... Well, I'm still getting arguments that are making me feel guilty. I recently brought up to her how I feel so backstabbed and how easy it would've been for God to have made me the right gender if he could do no wrong and her reply was along the lines of since I said that I think I know better than God... Talks like these make it all the more difficult to stay a Christian in all honesty (just saying). If anything, all I meant was I'd really like some answers. Something I've wondered from a Christian point of view: Was I born a female (even though I should've been male) just to test my faith? Sorry to bring this up again, but I just had to let that out along with the good news because it just seems a one step forward and two steps back sort of thing sometimes.
    467 Posted by Kris McKinley
  • How's everybody doing today(night)? I just felt like blogging and thought I'd share that I finally got myself to practice driving and get comfortable behind the wheel of a car. I actually steered better than I thought I would so I'm hoping it just gets easier from here. If you read my recent blogs, you'll know how nervous I was about driving so I'm just glad that I actually got behind the wheel at all lol. So that's the good news. The bad news is even though I thought my mom was on board with me being trans... Well, I'm still getting arguments that are making me feel guilty. I recently brought up to her how I feel so backstabbed and how easy it would've been for God to have made me the right gender if he could do no wrong and her reply was along the lines of since I said that I think I know better than God... Talks like these make it all the more difficult to stay a Christian in all honesty (just saying). If anything, all I meant was I'd really like some answers. Something I've wondered from a Christian point of view: Was I born a female (even though I should've been male) just to test my faith? Sorry to bring this up again, but I just had to let that out along with the good news because it just seems a one step forward and two steps back sort of thing sometimes.
    Aug 31, 2016 467
  • 21 Aug 2016
    A pastor who believes that natural disasters are sent by God to punish Gay and Trans people, has been driven out of his home in Louisiana by Historic Floods. Do we welcome 53 year-old Tony Perkins into to the LGBTI community, or let him continue to be punished and sink or swim?
  • A pastor who believes that natural disasters are sent by God to punish Gay and Trans people, has been driven out of his home in Louisiana by Historic Floods. Do we welcome 53 year-old Tony Perkins into to the LGBTI community, or let him continue to be punished and sink or swim?
    Aug 21, 2016 394
  • 20 Aug 2016
    Part Two Trans weekends   I allot half hour periods twice a day to those Trans females who wish to discuss issues relevant to my medical expertise. If they stick to the protocol, I feel that I can really contribute to their planning and positively influence their furure welfare. However, this is increasingly rarely the case; and, I am frequently expected to act as Psychiatrist, Psychologist and counsellor. In order to escape, I have to just get up and say I am going to the loo or bed. Thus, I have reluctantly decided to terminate this free facility.
  • Part Two Trans weekends   I allot half hour periods twice a day to those Trans females who wish to discuss issues relevant to my medical expertise. If they stick to the protocol, I feel that I can really contribute to their planning and positively influence their furure welfare. However, this is increasingly rarely the case; and, I am frequently expected to act as Psychiatrist, Psychologist and counsellor. In order to escape, I have to just get up and say I am going to the loo or bed. Thus, I have reluctantly decided to terminate this free facility.
    Aug 20, 2016 361
  • 20 Aug 2016
    Part One:   Last Friday week, in the early afternoon, I was standing chatting to the Trans girls in the bar of our Hotel, when I noticed a young and extremely well dressed, attractive young woman looking at me across the crowd. Every time I looked in her direction shw was looking at me with a lovely smile on her pretty face. After a while, she came across and started an animated conversation. It was her very first time with the group, having obtained a cancellation, at the last minute. We swapped details, and it became quite clear that her intentions this weekend were to meet someone nice. If I had been of the same inclination, I would have had no hesitation in accepting her advances. She must have realised that I was not going down her route, and eventually wandered off. Did I make a mistake? Well, we will never know.
  • Part One:   Last Friday week, in the early afternoon, I was standing chatting to the Trans girls in the bar of our Hotel, when I noticed a young and extremely well dressed, attractive young woman looking at me across the crowd. Every time I looked in her direction shw was looking at me with a lovely smile on her pretty face. After a while, she came across and started an animated conversation. It was her very first time with the group, having obtained a cancellation, at the last minute. We swapped details, and it became quite clear that her intentions this weekend were to meet someone nice. If I had been of the same inclination, I would have had no hesitation in accepting her advances. She must have realised that I was not going down her route, and eventually wandered off. Did I make a mistake? Well, we will never know.
    Aug 20, 2016 317
  • 11 Aug 2016
    Hello everyone, it's me again. Not sure I'd consider this a rant or just talking. I recently bought some weights for lifting which I've been planning to do for a while. Thing is, my dad went with me and bought them for me. He also seemed more than happy to get them. I can't tell if he realises why I got them, but at the same time with all the steps I've taken (getting a haircut, getting weights, etc.) I would think it'd be obvious, but at the same time I'm not sure he fully believes I'm transgender (or bigender) yet. I said this before, but the one time I brought the subject up to him, he wouldn't answer me as far as if he'd disown me if I was this way or not. I think it should also be said that when I got my hair cut, I told my dad I saw myself being single my whole life... I'm not sure if he realises gender and sexuality are different meaning even if I am going to stay single, I'm still going to try to look like my male self. Not sure exactly why I'm saying all this, but I guess I just had to vent and maybe it's about time I tried to tell my dad again.
    474 Posted by Kris McKinley
  • Hello everyone, it's me again. Not sure I'd consider this a rant or just talking. I recently bought some weights for lifting which I've been planning to do for a while. Thing is, my dad went with me and bought them for me. He also seemed more than happy to get them. I can't tell if he realises why I got them, but at the same time with all the steps I've taken (getting a haircut, getting weights, etc.) I would think it'd be obvious, but at the same time I'm not sure he fully believes I'm transgender (or bigender) yet. I said this before, but the one time I brought the subject up to him, he wouldn't answer me as far as if he'd disown me if I was this way or not. I think it should also be said that when I got my hair cut, I told my dad I saw myself being single my whole life... I'm not sure if he realises gender and sexuality are different meaning even if I am going to stay single, I'm still going to try to look like my male self. Not sure exactly why I'm saying all this, but I guess I just had to vent and maybe it's about time I tried to tell my dad again.
    Aug 11, 2016 474
  • 02 Aug 2016
    Just feeling the need to rant after realizing it's already August. (Time flies after high school). I told myself this would be the Summer I learn or at least start to learn to drive. Yes, I'm 25 and still have this horrible fear of driving. I am a nervous/paranoid person and for those who don't know, I have Asperger's Syndrome. The reason for the title of this blog is because I'm not driving, I constantly battle this gender male stereotype in my head... Telling me things like "What kind of man doesn't drive a car?" "Men love cars so you have to drive!" "Men drive better than women so if you drive badly, YOU are a woman." I absolutely despise this voice in my head and I've brought it up a coulple times how I've been brought up and had to battle sexist beliefs. I'm so nervous to actually get behind the wheel... I keep telling myself (despite that stupid voice) that just because I'm not a driver (yet) doesn't make me less of a man. Still, I hate having this phobia and really hope to overcome it this month. PS: I know men don't drive better than women, but it's something my father ALWAYS said to me growing up and now it's just something that automatically pops up in my head when I try to drive. It really sucks. 
    473 Posted by Kris McKinley
  • Just feeling the need to rant after realizing it's already August. (Time flies after high school). I told myself this would be the Summer I learn or at least start to learn to drive. Yes, I'm 25 and still have this horrible fear of driving. I am a nervous/paranoid person and for those who don't know, I have Asperger's Syndrome. The reason for the title of this blog is because I'm not driving, I constantly battle this gender male stereotype in my head... Telling me things like "What kind of man doesn't drive a car?" "Men love cars so you have to drive!" "Men drive better than women so if you drive badly, YOU are a woman." I absolutely despise this voice in my head and I've brought it up a coulple times how I've been brought up and had to battle sexist beliefs. I'm so nervous to actually get behind the wheel... I keep telling myself (despite that stupid voice) that just because I'm not a driver (yet) doesn't make me less of a man. Still, I hate having this phobia and really hope to overcome it this month. PS: I know men don't drive better than women, but it's something my father ALWAYS said to me growing up and now it's just something that automatically pops up in my head when I try to drive. It really sucks. 
    Aug 02, 2016 473